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Essential Numerical Computer Methods

by Michael L. Johnson

 

The various chapters within this volume include a wide variety of applications that extend far beyond this limited perception.

As part of the Reliable Lab Solutions series, Essential Numerical Computer Methods...


Trilobite: Eyewitness to Evolution

by Richard Fortey

With Trilobite, Richard Fortey, paleontologist and author of the acclaimed Life, offers a marvelously written, smart and compelling, accessible and witty scientific narrative of the most ubiquitous of fossil...


Mobile DNA: Finding Treasure in Junk

by Haig H. Kazazian

This book thoroughly reviews our current scientific understanding of the significant role that mobile genetic elements play in the evolution and function of genomes and organisms–from plants and animals to...


Energy, Sustainability and the Environment: Technology, Incentives, Behavior

by Fereidoon Perry Sioshansi

The complexity of carbon reduction and economic sustainability is significantly complicated by competing aspects of socioeconomic practices as well as legislative, regulatory, and scientific requirements and...


Peptide and Protein Delivery

by Chris Van Der Walle

The growing area of peptide and protein therapeutics research is of paramount importance to medical application and advancement. A needed reference for entry level researchers and researchers working in interdisciplinary...


Pulse Foods: Processing, Quality and Nutraceutical Applications

by Brijesh K. Tiwari, Aoife Gowen & Brian McKenna

Pulses are nutritionally diverse crops that can be successfully utilized as a food ingredient or a base for new product development. They provide a natural food grade ingredient that is rich in lysine, dietary...


Molecular Wine Microbiology

by Alfonso V. Carrascosa Santiago, Rosario Munoz & Ramon Gonzalez Garcia

Molecular Wine Microbiology features rigorous scientific content written at a level comprehensible for wine professionals as well as advanced students. It includes information on production and spoilage issues,...


The Big Ratchet: How Humanity Thrives in the Face of Natural Crisis

by Ruth DeFries

A MacArthur “Genius” and eminent scientist shows how an ordinary mammal manipulated nature to become a technologically sophisticated city-dweller—and why our history points to an optimistic future in the...


Charles Darwin in Cambridge: The Most Joyful Years

by JOHN VAN WYHE

Charles Darwin's years as a student at the University of Cambridge were some of the most important and formative of his life. Thereafter he always felt a particular affection for Cambridge. For a time he even...


Joseph Conrad and the Ethics of Darwinism: The Challenges of Science: The Challenges of Science

by Allan Hunter

First published in 1983, this book explores a number of avenues of critical thinking about Joseph Conrad, showing him as an author deeply concerned with humankind's ethical motivation and its relationship with...


Prime Mover: A Natural History of Muscle

by Steven Vogel

The story—and the science—of nature's greatest engine. Whether we blink an eye, lift a finger, throw a spear or a ball, walk, run, or merely breathe, we are using muscle. Although muscles differ little in...


Jacob's Ladder: The History of the Human Genome

by Henry Gee

What makes us as humans all alike and yet as individuals so different? Jacob's Ladder delivers a remarkably lucid explanation of what the sequencing of the human genome really tells us. Decoding the sequence,...


Biodiversity, Natural Products and Cancer Treatment

by Victor Kuete & Thomas Efferth

This book is the first of its kind in bringing together biodiversity, chemical ecology, phytochemistry and cancer therapy. The highlight of the book is an exhaustive compilation of scientific data on biodiversity...


Diagnostic Samples: From the Patient to the Laboratory: The Impact of Preanalytical Variables on the Quality of Laboratory Results

by Walter G. Guder, Sheshadri Narayanan & Hermann Wisser

This fourth, updated edition contains the latest developments in preanalytical knowledge. An international team of authors summarizes the information on biological influences, analytical interferences and on...


Horticultural Reviews

by Jules Janick

Horticultural Reviews Volume 42     (Note:  Delete contact information from “Contents”).

Table of Contents

Dedication: Pinhas Spiegel-Roy

Eliezer E. Goldschmidt

1. Ornamental Palms: Biology and Horticulture...


Progress in Inorganic Chemistry

by Kenneth D. Karlin

This series provides inorganic chemists and materials scientists with a forum for critical, authoritative evaluations of advances in every area of the discipline. Volume 59 continues to report recent advances...


Microsporidia: Pathogens of Opportunity

by Louis M. Weiss & James J. Becnel

Microsporidia: Pathogens of Opportunity provides a systematic overview of the biology of microsporidia. Written by leading experts in the field, the book combines background and basic information on microsporidia...


Aristotle's Ladder, Darwin's Tree: The Evolution of Visual Metaphors for Biological Order

by J. David. Archibald

Leading paleontologist David Archibald explores the rich history of visual metaphors for biological order from ancient times to the present and their influence on human beings’ perception of their place in...


Intoxicating Minds: How Drugs Work

by Ciaran Regan

Why do smokers claim that the first cigarette of the day is the best? What is the biological basis behind some heavy drinkers' belief that the "hair-of-the-dog" method alleviates the effects of a hangover? Why...


The Adélie Penguin: Bellwether of Climate Change

by David Ainley & Lucia deLeiris

The Adélie penguin is one of the best-studied birds in the world and is the subject of research programs from a dozen nations interested in monitoring changes in the environment and the food webs of the Southern...