Introduction to Bioscience

In recent years there have been many advances made in the field of bioscience. There has been made tremendous progress in the research methodology of biosciences. The progress has been driven by the new and minor modifications to existing techniques in turn propelling and enhancing the scientific investigation. However, the use of any procedure can only be advantageous if there is an appreciation of basic principles, requirements, benefits and pitfalls of the technique employed. This is true for both experienced and beginners in the field of biosciences.

UNIT 1 : INTRODUCTION TO BIOSCIENCE

(Pages 164)

1. Introduction to Bioscience

2. Cell Structure and Function

3. Metabolic Engineering (Cellular Respiration)


UNIT 2 : MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, GENOMICS AND PROTEOMICS

(Pages 65106)

4. DNA and RNA : The Molecular Basis of Heredity

5. Protein Synthesis : Central Dogma


UNIT 3 : CELL PROLIFERATION

(Pages 107130)

6. Cell Division


UNIT 4 : GENETIC ENGINEERING

(Pages 131160)

7. Introduction to Genetic Engineering

8. Gene Sequencing and Human Genome Project

9. Human Reproduction

10. Reproductive Health


UNIT 5 : HUMAN REPRODUCTION AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

(Pages 161204)