4 edition of Principles and models of biological transport found in the catalog.
Principles and models of biological transport
Morton H. Friedman
Includes bibliographical references (p. 485-495) and index.
|Statement||Morton H. Friedman.|
|LC Classifications||QH509 .F76 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 508 p. :|
|Number of Pages||508|
|LC Control Number||2008931308|
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Principles and Models of Biological Transport, 2 nd ed. Morton H. Friedman. Transport processes are ubiquitous in the living organism, underlying nerve conduction and muscle contraction, digestion, kidney function and the nourishment of every cell in the : Hardcover.
Principles and Models of Biological Transport, 2 nd ed. Morton H. Friedman. Transport processes are ubiquitous in the living organism, underlying nerve conduction and muscle contraction, digestion, kidney function and the nourishment of every cell in the body.
Principles and Models of Biological Transport. Authors (view affiliations) Morton H. Friedman The organization of this book differs from most texts that at tempt to present an engineering approach to biological transport.
mass transfer processes is the fact that biological transport is biological. Thus, we do not start with the. Principles and Models of Biological Transport, 2 nd ed.
Morton H. Friedman. Transport processes are ubiquitous in the living organism, underlying nerve conduction and muscle contraction, digestion, kidney function and the nourishment of every cell in the body.
Principles and Models of Biological Transport. Authors The organization of this book differs from most texts that at tempt to present an engineering approach to biological transport. mass transfer processes is the fact that biological transport is biological.
Thus, we do not start with the engineering principles of mass transport. Principles and models of biological transport. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC) Online version: Friedman, Morton H.
Principles and models of biological transport. Berlin ; New York: Principles and models of biological transport book, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Morton H Friedman.
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