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The Manga Guide to Molecular Biology (2009. Auflage)

von Masaharu Takemura, Sakura, Ltd. Becom Co.

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Rin and Ami have been skipping molecular biology class all semester, and Professor Moro has had enough he's sentencing them to summer school on his private island. But they're in store for a special lesson. Using Dr. Moro's virtual reality machine to travel inside the human body, they'll get a close-up look at the fascinating world of molecular biology. Join them in The Manga Guide to Molecular Biology, and learn all about DNA, RNA, proteins, amino acids, and more. Along the way, you'll see chemical reactions first-hand and meet entertaining characters like Enzyme Man and Drinkzilla, who show how the liver metabolizes alcohol. Together with Ami and Rin, you'll learn all about: The organelles and proteins inside cells, and how they support cellular functions The processes of transcription and translation, and your genes' role in synthesizing proteins The pieces that make up our genetic code, like nucleotides, codons, introns, and exons The processes of DNA replication, mitosis and… (mehr)
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Titel:The Manga Guide to Molecular Biology
Autoren:Masaharu Takemura
Weitere Autoren:Sakura, Ltd. Becom Co.
Info:No Starch Press (2009), Ausgabe: 1, Paperback, 256 Seiten
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This book had a better explanation on genes, DNA, and chromosomes than wikipedia and a few other online resources. The pictures, diagrams and analogies help to make the concepts memorable. It also has a nice story to maintain the reader's interest. The diagram showing how genes map to the nucleotides and DNA could have been clearer.

A good basic reference to supplement high school learning and refresh a student's memory. ( )
  quantum.alex | May 31, 2021 |
“The Manga Guide to Molecular Biology” is an excellent teaching tool to the intimidating concepts of Molecular Biology. The guide is written and illustrated in the fun Manga comic format, breaking complex ideas down in to small pieces, and explaining every concept with practical examples.
The cool thing about the book is that it starts as a fiction story of two college girls, Rin and Ami, who went to an isolated island to take a molecular biology make-up class with Professor Moro. There, through the use of Moro's virtual reality machine, they travel inside the human body and learn about the world of molecular biology.
To my surprise, I found this book very interesting and useful. The wonderful scenarios and illustrations transformed a complex world of molecules, DNA, and cell division into a simple visually stimulating world of animation.
I could never imagine that the manga books can teach any serious scientific subjects. Now, that I have discovered these books in my library, I am going to recommend them to my teachers, who are struggling with finding the ways to get students interested in teaching certain concepts. Hopefully, they will find these books useful and will be able to implement them in teaching different subjects in a less intimidating and fun way or at least recommend them to their students. Highly recommend for students studying biology. ( )
  liliaabagi | Mar 28, 2012 |
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Rin and Ami have been skipping molecular biology class all semester, and Professor Moro has had enough he's sentencing them to summer school on his private island. But they're in store for a special lesson. Using Dr. Moro's virtual reality machine to travel inside the human body, they'll get a close-up look at the fascinating world of molecular biology. Join them in The Manga Guide to Molecular Biology, and learn all about DNA, RNA, proteins, amino acids, and more. Along the way, you'll see chemical reactions first-hand and meet entertaining characters like Enzyme Man and Drinkzilla, who show how the liver metabolizes alcohol. Together with Ami and Rin, you'll learn all about: The organelles and proteins inside cells, and how they support cellular functions The processes of transcription and translation, and your genes' role in synthesizing proteins The pieces that make up our genetic code, like nucleotides, codons, introns, and exons The processes of DNA replication, mitosis and

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