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Bone and Joint Infections: From Microbiology to Diagnostics and Treatment

by W. Zimmerli

Infections of the bones (osteomyelitis) and joints (septic arthritis) are serious health problems which require antibiotics and often surgery. Awareness among health professionals of the causes and treatment...


Integrative Organismal Biology

by Lynn B. Martin, Cameron K. Ghalambor & Art Woods

Integrative Organismal Biology synthesizes current understandings of the causes and consequences of individual variation at the physiological, behavioral and organismal levels. Emphasizing key topics such as...


International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology

by Kwang W. Jeon

International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology presents comprehensive reviews and current advances in cell and molecular biology. Articles address structure and control of gene expression, nucleocytoplasmic...


The Teaching Brain: An Evolutionary Trait at the Heart of Education

by Vanessa Rodriguez & Michelle Fitzpatrick

What is at work in the mind of a five-year-old explaining the game of tag to a new friend? What is going on in the head of a thirty-five-year-old parent showing a first-grader how to button a coat? And what...


Computer Methods Part B

by Michael L. Johnson & Ludwig Brand

The combination of faster, more advanced computers and more quantitatively oriented biomedical researchers has recently yielded new and more precise methods for the analysis of biomedical data. These better...


G Protein-Coupled Receptors in Health and Disease, Part B

by Ya-Xiong Tao

G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) transduce signals from a diverse array of endogenous ligands, including ions, amino acids, nucleotides, lipids, peptides, and large glycoprotein hormones. They are also responsible...


Dinosaurs!

by Scientific American Editors

Terrible lizards. That’s what the word “dinosaurs” means. Yet dinosaurs are not true lizards, and they are not necessarily terrible either. In fact, paleontologists have overturned one misconception after...


Force of Nature: The Unlikely Story of Wal-Mart's Green Revolution

by Edward Humes

What happens when a renowned river guide teams up with the CEO of one of the largest and least Earth-friendly corporations in the world? When it's former Wal-Mart CEO H. Lee Scott and white-water expert turned...


Climate Change: Identification and Projections

by Philippe de Larminat

Under certain scenarios on the subject of CO2 emissions, by the end of the century the atmospheric concentration could triple its pre-industrial level.

The very large numerical models intended to anticipate...


The Domestication of Language: Cultural Evolution and the Uniqueness of the Human Animal

by Daniel Cloud

Language did not evolve only in the distant past. Our shared understanding of the meanings of words is ever-changing, and we make conscious, rational decisions about which words to use and what to mean by them...


International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology

by Kwang Jeon

International Review of Cell & Molecular Biology presents current advances and comprehensive reviews in cell biology-both plant and animal. Articles address structure and control of gene expression, nucleocytoplasmic...


The Naming of the Shrew

by John Wright

Latin names – frequently unpronounceable, all too often wrong and always a tiny puzzle to unravel – have been annoying the layman since they first became formalised as scientific terms in the eighteenth century....


Hurry Hard: The Russ Howard Story

by Russ Howard & Bob Weeks

“And again, I had to pinch myself. Could this all really be happening? Was it possible that I was now a gold medal winner at fifty?

“I had won many championships, world and Canadian championships, Ontario...


Tissue-Specific Vascular Endothelial Signals and Vector Targeting: Part A

by Renata Pasqualini

The field of genetics is rapidly evolving, and new medical breakthroughs are occurring as a result of advances in our knowledge of genetics. This series continually publishes important reviews of the broadest...


Socio-Genetics

by Marla Sokolowski

Socio-Genetics seeks to understand both the genetic and environmental contributions to individual variations in behavior. Behaviors, like all complex traits, involve multiple genes, a reality that complicates...


Herpetology: An Introductory Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles

by Laurie J. Vitt & Janalee P. Caldwell

This third edition, now fully revised and updated by two of Dr. Zug's colleagues, provides herpetology students and amateur reptile and amphibian keepers with the latest taxonomy and species developments from...


Advances in Insect Physiology: Physiology of Human and Animal Disease Vectors

by Stephen Simpson & Jerome Casas

This latest volume in this series contains articles on the physiology of human and animal disease vectors.The papers in this special issue give rise to key themes for the future and make progress towards answering...


Advances in Microbial Physiology

by Robert K. Poole

Advances in Microbial Physiology is one of the most successful and prestigious series from Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier. It publishes topical and important reviews, interpreting physiology to include...


Microbiology For Dummies

by Jennifer Stearns & Michael Surette

Microbiology is the study of life itself, down to the smallest particle

Microbiology is a fascinating field that explores life down to the tiniest level. Did you know that your body contains more bacteria cells...


Finding Our Tongues: Mothers, Infants, and the Origins of Language

by Dean Falk

A controversial new theory that the origins of spoken language, music, and art lie in the early communication between mothers and infants