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The authors have addressed themselves to this problem and have, in most eases, been remarkably straightforward and clear in their treatment were usually resolved on the side of increased size and complexity rather than shallow over-simplification.
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In the preface, the author indicates that the book is meant to be neither "encyclopedic nor cursory.
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The author alsostates that the text could be used for either a one or two semester course. When used for a one semester course, the instructor would need to be judicious in his selection of reading as- signments. Literature citations are included at bohinski biochemistry end of each chapter which should he valuable to hoth the instructor and the mo- tivated student.
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Chemical kinetics is reviewed before enzyme kinetics is considered. A chapter an chemical thermodynamics which included an excellent treatment of high energy biomolecules and coupling is given before metabolic reaction sequences are presented.
The energetics of electron transfers between molecules is re- just memorized chemical structures and re- action sequences.