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Publication Date:
June 2010
ISBN:
978-3-11-023509-8

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    e-dition: Best of Biology / Biologie (eBook Package / eBook-Paket)

    Aims and Scope

    Reviews of selected highlights:

    Eckhart Buddecke: Grundriß der Biochemie [Outline of Biochemistry]
    „Buddeckes Outline of Biochemistry is a didactically outstanding textbook that is especially suited for students.”
    Prof. Dr. Hans Fritz

    Hermann Stannius: Handbuch der Anatomie der Wirbelthiere [Handbook of the Anatomy of Vertebrates]
    „Hermann Stannius is distinguished for his clear and concise presentation and his competent mastery of the reference literature, materials and methods of his time. Making Stannius’ works available as e-dition will help the author obtain the recognition he deserves in the history of science but which he did not receive during his lifetime.”
    Prof. em. Dr. Ragnar Kinzelbach

    Mammalian Cell Biotechnology in Protein Production, ed. by Hansjörg Hauser / Roland Wagner
    „Hauser and Wagner have presented the new possibilities of Mammalian Cell Biology in a very informative and stimulating manner.”
    Prof. Dr. Hans Fritz

    Ernst Haeckel: Natürliche Schöpfungsgeschichte [The History of Creation]
    „This book by Ernst Haeckel is a milestone in the history of biology with a profound impact on politics and society.”
    Prof. em. Dr. Ragnar Kinzelbach

    The Roots of Modern Biochemistry. Ed. by Horst Kleinkauf, Hans von Döhren, Lothar Jaenicke
    The Roots of Modern Biochemistry is a superb introduction into modern biochemistry, much recommended as initial overview of the subject.”
    Prof. Dr. Hans Fritz


    Ragnar Kinzelbach is Professor of Zoology and Ecology, Professor Emeritus of the University of Rostock and President of the German Society for the History and Theory of Biology.

    Hans Fritz is Professor at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich. He is a lifetime member of the International Proteolysis Society and a co-editor of Biological Chemistry.

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    English, German, Multilingual

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