Karp’s Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments, Binder Ready Version, 8th Edition Karp’s Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments, Binder Ready Version, 8th Edition By Gerald Karp, Janet Iwasa, Wallace Marshall Building on the success of prior editions, Janet Iwasa and Marshall Wallace take the helm to educate the next generation of scientists. Karp’s hallmark presentation of cell biology inspired hundreds of thousands of students by connecting key concepts to experimentation— showing them “how we know what we know.” WileyPLUS is a research-based, online environment for effective teaching and learning. WileyPLUS is packed with interactive study tools and resources—including the complete e-textbook—to give students more value for their money. Schedule a Demo Sign Up for a Test Drive Adopt WileyPLUS Want to learn more about WileyPLUS? Click Here Hear from our Authors What’s Inside About the Authors Table of Contents Experimental Walkthroughs With the new Experimental Walkthroughs, available in WileyPLUS Learning Space, students can see first-hand how key experimental techniques are performed in the lab. These offer a mix of video, which show how researchers carry out experiments, and 3D animations that show a molecular-level view of how the experiments work. Quantitative Tutorial Videos The Quantitative Tutorial provides an accessible, student-friendly review of basic mathematical concepts used within the context of a biological problem, and expands upon the available resources for quantitative and physical concepts within this 8th edition Accessible Approach Janet Iwasa and Marshall Wallace convey how to get your students excited about Cell Biology by taking an experimental approach supported by quantitative tutorials. Instructor Resources Lecture Presentations: The new PowerPoint™ Lecture Presentations contain a combination of key concepts, figures and imagery from the textbook. Clinical Case Studies and Answers: Collection of case studies and their answers that provide a clinical and experimental focus. Clicker Questions: Collection of multiple choice questions, organized in PowerPoint format, that enables instructors to pose questions to students and immediately collect and view the responses of the entire class. Instructors’ Manual: Includes objectives, lecture outlines, and lecture hints, as well as critical thinking questions, Experimental Pathway questions, Human Perspective questions, and art questions. Test Bank: Test your students’ comprehension with this collection of multiple-choice and essay questions organized by the section and learning objectives found in each chapter Respondus: This title is also available with a Respondus-formatted test bank, that can also be uploaded into your LMS course. Online-only Experimental Pathways: Collection of supplementary, online-only Experimental Pathways that relate to topics addressed in the book. Student Resources Clinical Case Studies: Collection of case studies that provide a clinical and experimental focus. Online-only Experimental Pathways: Collection of supplementary, online-only Experimental Pathways that relate to topics addressed in the book. Janet (University of Utah) is well known in the Cell Biology community for her expertise in the visualization of biological processes. Janet’s award-winning illustrations and animations have appeared in scientific journals including Nature, Science and Cell, as well as in the New York Times.. Wallace (University of California, San Francisco) is a well published Cell Biology researcher who serves on the President’s board of the American Society of Cell Biology. Wallace is highly skilled at breaking down complex processes and making content accessible to students. Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study of Cell and Molecular BiologyChapter 2: The Chemical Basis of LifeChapter 3: Bioenergetics, Enzymes and MetabolismChapter 4: The Structure and Function of the Plasma MembraneChapter 5: Aerobic Respiration and the MitochondrionChapter 6: Photosynthesis and the ChloroplastChapter 7: Interactions Between Cells and Their EnvironmentChapter 8: Cytoplasmic Membrane Systems: Structure, Function, and Membrane TraffickingChapter 9: The Cytoskeleton and Cell MotilityChapter 10: The Nature of the Gene and the GenomeChapter 11: Gene Expression: From Transcription to TranslationChapter 12: Control of Gene ExpressionChapter 13: DNA Replication and RepairChapter 14: Cellular ReproductionChapter 15: Cell Signaling and Signal Transduction: Communication between CellsChapter 16: CancerChapter 17: The Immune ResponseChapter 18: Techniques in Cell and Molecular Biology Wiley Team for Success. Dedicated to Student Achievement. 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