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Biochemistry, Volume 1

Biochemistry, Volume 1

John T. Tansey

ISBN: ES8-1-119-32150-7

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Biochemistry addresses the diverse needs of premed, biochemistry, and life science majors by presenting relevant material while still preserving a chemical perspective. Presented within the next generation of WileyPLUS, Biochemistry emphasizes worked problems through video walkthroughs, interactive elements and expanded end-of-chapter problems with a wide range of subject matter and difficulty. The worked problems in the course are both qualitative and quantitative and model for students the biochemical reasoning they need to practice. Students will often be asked to analyze data and make critical assessments of experiments.

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Dynamic Figures
Dynamic figures take key elements from the section and highlight and organize them using a variety of electronic tools that have previously been unavailable or inaccessi-ble to students. An introduction summarizes the dynamic figures. These figures are easy to navigate using a variety of different platforms (including phones and tablets). They provide access to key concepts, metabolites and intermediates, pathways, and enzymes found in each course section.

Worked Problem Videos
The worked problems in the course are both  qualitative and quantitative and model for students the biochemical reasoning they need to practice. Students are often asked to analyze data
and make critical assessments of experiments.

Bioinformatics Exercises
Short, assessable, and content-specific bioinfor-matics exercises serve as virtual hands-on assign-ments that illuminate the connections between theory and applied biochemistry, thereby stimulat-ing student interest and proficiency in the subject.