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Practical Skills in Biomolecular Sciences


Practical Skills in Biomolecular Sciences



Practical Skills Biomolecular Sciences


Preface
‘…there is seen to be a need to re-emphasise the practical
nature of the biosciences, through laboratory and fieldwork;
and the need for significant levels of numeracy for a subject
that is both complex and analytical. …there is an explicit
understanding that the biosciences are practical subjects,
and cannot be effectively delivered without significant and
extensive learning, teaching and experience in a field and/or
laboratory environment.’

Foreword, QAAHE Subject Benchmark Statement
for Biosciences (QAAHE, 2007)

Practical work forms the cornerstone of scientific knowledge
and understanding. Consequently, practical work is an
important component of training in the bio-sciences and
successful students must develop a number of skills,
ranging from those required to observe, measure and
record accurately to those associated with operating
up-to-date analytical equipment, alongside broader skills
involved in teamwork and effective study. In creating this
edition, we have maintained the approach of the earlier
versions, aiming to support students (and lecturers) in
courses where cellular and molecular biosciences form a
major component of the syllabus, e.g. biochemistry, biomedical
sciences, biotechnology, genetics, microbiology
and molecular biology. As before, this support is provided in
a concise but user-friendly manner, with key points and
definitions, illustrations, worked examples, tips and hints,
‘how to’ boxes and checklists.

We have used the opportunity of this new edition to
update the content and add fresh material on several topics,
including new chapters on: bioethics (Chapter 22); stable
isotopes (Chapter 44); together with expanded coverage of
microbiology (Chapters 35–41). Additional material has been
added in other chapters to cover a range of topics, including:
graduate attributes, tutorials, peer assessment, active
revision (for example, memorisation techniques),
bibliographic software and academic writing, including the
use of reasoned argument. Overall, the new edition has
seven additional chapters. There are also many new figures,
plus additional margin tips, key points, examples and
definitions. Safety issues are emphasised through the use
of ‘safety notes’.

Some areas move faster than others and, in particular,
those chapters dealing with online resources have seen
many changes. An important new addition to this edition is
practical advice and guidance on the use of Microsoft
Office 2010 software, including Word, Excel and
PowerPoint. Boxes giving details of approaches based on
Office 2003 that appeared in the previous edition will be
available through the book’s website at

www.pearsoned.co.
uk/practicalskills. This online resource will include all study
exercises and their answers, as well as text references and
sources for further study – with ‘live’ web links, where
applicable. We have also updated all references, added
many new sources and have checked the availability of all
online sources.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our wives
and families for their continued support, and to recognise
the following colleagues and friends who have provided
assistance, comment and food for thought at various points
during the production of all editions: James Abbott,
Margaret Adamson, Chris Baldwin, Gary Black, Geoff
Bosson, Eldridge Buultjens, Richard Campbell, Bob
Cherry, Steve Cummings, Mirela Cuculescu, John Dean,
Jackie Eager, Brian Eddy, Neil Fleming, Howard Griffiths,
Alan Grant, Rod Herbert, Steve Hitchin, Helen Hooper, Jane
Illés, Andy Johnston, Alan Jones, Ian Kill, Rhonda Knox,
Lisa Lee-Jones, Phil Manning, Pete Maskrey, Fiona McKieBell,
Steve Millam, Kirsty Millar, Stephen Moore, Rachel
Morris, Lorna Moxham, Bob Newby, Fiona O’Donnell, John
Raven, Steve Reed, Pete Rowell, David Sillars, Liz Smith,
Peter Sprent, Bill Tomlinson, Ruth Valentine, Lorraine
Walsh, Dave Wealleans, Mark White, Will Whitfield, lan
Winship, Bob Young and Hilary-Kay Young. We would also
like to thank the staff of Pearson Education for their friendly
support over the years, and would wish to acknowledge
Pauline Gillett, Owen Knight, Rufus Curnow, Patrick Bond,
Simon Lake and Alex Seabrook for their encouragement
and commitment to the Practical Skills series. Our thanks
are also extended to Sarah Beanland, Sue Gard and Mary
Lince for their excellent work during the preparation of the
new edition. As with the previous editions, we would be
grateful to hear of any errors you might notice, so that these
can be put right at the earliest opportunity.

ROB REED
DAVID HOLMES
JONATHAN WEYERS
ALLAN JONES


English -- 2013 -- ISBN: 1408245523 -- ISBN-13: 9781408245521 -- 553 pages -- PDF -- 11,2 MB

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