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There is no modern book of evolutionary biology that is not about the modern synthesis. So what you are looking for is just an introductory book to evolutionary biology. I think the 2 most common introductory textbook to evolutionary biology are: "Evolution: Making Sense of Life" by Carl Zimmer "Evolution" by Futuyma Note by the way that one can find ...


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Robust texts covering such 4 listed points with rigour include the following selection: Molecular Biology of the Cell Molecular Cell Biology Cell Cycle Regulation The Cell Cycle Principles of Control. & even a review of the latter here. HTH


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Start with "Cell Biology" by Gerald Karp (Wiley). You can then move onto "Molecular Biology of the Cell" by Bruce Alberts and Alexander Johnson (Garland Science).


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The lifetime of Calcium can be considered infinite in biological time scales, it is not a real biomolecule. The half-life time of other biomolecules like IP3, PIP2, receptors, hormones, etc. is species-dependent and within the species strongly depending on the cell and its metabolic state. Short answer: There is no overview for lifetimes of biomolecules. It ...



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