Intracellular and intracellular organisation in relation to biochemical function

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P M BHARGAVA

Published in: Proceedings of the Summer School in Biochemistry, held at Srinagar, in May-June 1962 (Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore) 1963, 245-258.

Abstract:

This paper deals with some aspects of the biochemical basis of biological organisation. The object is primarily to indicate the scope and the nature of the problem, and the avenues which provide an experimental approach to its study. An important outcome of organisation is that the whole is more than the sum of its parts. As a result of biological organisation, the function of any part of a biological system depends on its relation to the whole, and the functional sub-systems of the cells and tissues are mutually interdependent.

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Intracellular and intracellular organisation in relation to biochemical function. P M BHARGAVA. Pro-ceedings of the Summer School in Biochemistry, held at Srinagar, in May-June 1962 (Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore) 1963, 245-258.

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