|Publishers||R. Narain Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Dr. Tapan Behl, Dr. Sukhbir Singh, Dr. Sandeep Arora & Dr. Neelam Sharma|
|Subject||Cell & Molecular Biology|
Cell & Molecular Biology
The cellular pattern of living organisms is extremely fragile as well as complex, the properties of which are only acknowledged on qualitative basis, inspite of extensive amount of knowledge of molecular biology, related to the structural and functional characteristics of the cell. Therefore, the cellular applications require expertise in craft skills and rational design. Cells are defined as the general building blocks of life, and can survive as an isolated single unit. The single free-lining cells are contained in species such as, protozoa, bacteria and algae. However, maximum number of cells are constituents of organisms, comprising of multiple cells. These cellular components are required to be stored in controlled conditions, even though they can survive in isolated form.