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Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Evolution and Ecology


Title of the book : Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Evolution and Ecology
Author                 : P.S. Verma, V.K. Agarwal
Edition                 : 14 th Edition
Book language   : English
File format          : PDF 
File  size               : 17.5 MB
pages                    : 1292





➤Description :

The multicoloured edition of the textbook of Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Evolution and Ecology is the outcome of sincere and combined efforts of the authors and editors.
This book is meant for students of B.Sc., B.Sc. (Hons.) and M.Sc. of biological group. Students appearing in entrance exams of C.P.M.T., I.F.S., P.C.S. and I.A.S., etc, may be immensely benefited by this book.

➤Brief table of Contents: 

↦ Part I : Cell Biology
↦ Chapters :
 ➥1 : Introduction
 ➥2 : Techniques in Cell Biology
 ➥3 : Cell
 ➥4 : Cytoplasmic Matrix
 ➥5 : Plasma Membrane and Cell Walls
 ➥6 : Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
 ➥7 : Golgi Apparatus
 ➥8 : Lysosomes
 ➥9 : Microbodies : Peroxisomes and Glyoxysomes
 ➥10 : Mitochondria
 ➥11 : Plastids
 ➥12 : Nucleus
 ➥13 : Chromosomes
 ➥14 : Ribosomes
 ➥15 : Cytoskeleton : Microtubules, Microfilaments and Intermediate Filaments
 ➥16 : Centrioles and Basal Bodies
 ➥17 : Cilia and Flagella
 ➥18 :  Cell Growth and Cell Division
 ➥19 :  Reproduction
 ➥20 : Gametogenesis
 ➥21 : Fertilization
 ➥22 : Parthenogenesis
 ➥23 : Growth



↦ Part II : Genetics
 ➥1 : Introduction
 ➥2 : Genetical Terminology
 ➥3 : Mendel and His Work
 ➥4 : Genetic Interaction and Lethal Genes
 ➥5 : Quantitative Genetics
 ➥6 : Inbreeding, Outbreeding and Hybrid Vigour
 ➥7 : Linkage
 ➥8 : Crossing Over
 ➥9 :  Genetic and Cytological Mapping of Chromosomes
 ➥10 : Multiple Alleles
 ➥11 :  Fine Structure of Gene
 ➥12 : Sex-linked Inheritance
 ➥13 : Determination of Sex and Sex Differentiation
 ➥14 : Chromosomal Mutation-I
 ➥15 : Chromosomal Mutation-II
 ➥16 : Gene Mutation
 ➥17 : Cytoplasmic or Extra-Nuclear Inheritance
 ➥18 : Human Genetics
 ➥19 : Eugenics, Euphenics and Genetic Engineering
 ➥20 : Transposable Genetic Elements
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↦ Part III : Molecular Biology
 ➥1 : Introduction
 ➥2 : Identification of the Genetic Materials
 ➥3 : Chemical Nature of Genetic Materialsk
 ➥4 : Replication of DNA
 ➥5 : Non-genetic Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) and Transcription
 ➥6 : Genetic Code
 ➥7 : Protein Synthesis
 ➥8 : Regulation of Gene Action
 ➥9 : Genetic Engineering
 ➥10 : Immunology
 ➥11 : Genetic Recombination and Gene Transfer

↦ Part IV : Ecology
 ➥1 : Introduction
 ➥2 : Development of the Idea of Organic Evolution
 ➥3 : Direct Evidences of Evolution : Fossils
 ➥4 : Indirect Evidences of Evolution
 ➥5 : Theories of Organic Evolution
 ➥6 : Selection in Action
 ➥7 : Population Genetics and Evolution
 ➥8 : Evolution above Species Level
 ➥9 : Isolation
 ➥10 : Speciation
 ➥11 : Barriers 
 ➥12 : Origin of Life


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↦ Part V :Evolutio

 ➥1 : Introduction
 ➥2 : Ecology in India
 ➥3 : Environment
 ➥4 : Abiotic Environmental Factors
 ➥5 : Biotic Environmental Factors
 ➥6 : Population (Population ecology)
 ➥7 : Biotic Communities
 ➥8 : Ecological Succession
 ➥9 :  Ecosystem : Structure and Function
 ➥10 : Biogeochemical Cycles
 ➥11 :  Aquatic Ecosystems : Freshwater Communities
 ➥12 : Aquatic Ecosystems : Estuaries and Marine Communities
 ➥13 : Terrestrial Ecosystems
 ➥14 : Pollution
 ➥15 : Ecology and Human Welfare
 ➥16 : Wild Life Management
 ➥17 : Biogeography
 ➥18 :  Adaptations



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Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Evolution and Ecology

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