Medical Microbiology: The Big Picture (LANGE The Big Picture) By Neal Chamberlain * Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical * Number Of Pages: 456 * Publication Date: 2008-08-05 * ISBN
for the medical profession. The information is concise, accurate and timely." If you don't have unlimited study time Medical Physiology: The Big Picture is exactly what you need! With an emphasis on what you â
, detailed pictures that give an idea of the 'big picture.' That is where this small text excelled. Most of the major, basic pathways needed in medical biochemistry are covered--from TCA cycle to purine
concept: which pathways are activated or inactivated when we eat or when we fast?
With this approach the reader never loses sight of the big picture, ie, what's going on in the body at any particular time
't care for it. I found all the colors too distracting and didn't find the explanations terribly helpful either. The one time I learned biochemistry best was using Mark's Basic Medical Biochemistry
suburban sprawl, sustainable transportation, food shortages, biodiversity, technology, public policy, and more, The Big Picture not only identifies the problems we face but proposes solid, science
a biochemistry or medical biochemistry course, but who are not necessarily biochemistry majors. The book adopts a unique approach to the topic compared with other biochemistry textbooks currently available
-related processes. The text is "picture-oriented" and the commentary is directed towards explaining graphs, figures, and tables.
Nutritional Biochemistry includes a discussion of relevant aspects
I picked up this book because I had some familiarity with the subject matter having worked in that field of biochemistry in the late '60s. That is probably the main reason I