The fundamental aim underlying Cellular and Biochemical Sciences is to emphasize diversified topics of current interest to postgraduate students pursuing different courses in the area of biological sciences including Zoology, Botany, Biochemistry and Biotechnology. The text is also relevant to the students of Life Sciences,Biosciences, Cell Biology, Bioengineering and Pharmacology. A total of 58 topics have been incorporated in the book and some of the topics are rarely found in other books of Biology. New information has been introduced which updates existing knowledge and enables the book to justify its claim as the most comprehensive text in the sphere of cellular and biochemical sciences at the postgraduate and
competitive examination levels. Each and every chapter has been designed in lucid and readable manner. There are references, suggested readings, long questions and objective questions at the end of chapters for revision of topics.
G. Tripathi :- obtained his Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral Degree from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi and subsequently as CSIR-Research Associate and Associate Professor in Indo-US Project in this University. Presently, he is Associate Professor in the Department of Zoology, J.N.V. University, Jodhpur. His area of specialization centres around Biochemical Physiology and Toxicology. He has about 28 years of research experience and supervised several Ph.D. theses. He has been Principal Investigator of various major research projects from different funding agencies including DBT, ICAR, UGS, New Delhi. He has many international research publications to his credit and authored/edited dozen of books in the area of biological sciences. He is working as Editor, Associate Editor, Editorial Board Member and Reviewer of several Indian and foreign research journals. He is a Life Member and Fellow of many reputed scientific societies and Executive Member of learned bodies. He has received a number of Scientific Awards and Honours from various reputed institutions for his outstanding contribution in biology.