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Current Trends in X-Ray Crystallography
Category :Biochemistry  Language: clicks: 113
This book on X-ray Crystallography is a compilation of current trends in the use of X-ray crystallography and related structural determination methods in various fields. The methods covered here inclu . . . . .
Notes on Conservation Biology
Category :Conservation Biology  Language: clicks: 118
Contents: What is conservation biology? The biology of human-caused extinctions; Systematics and endangered species conservation; Biology of small populations; Introduction; Demography; Genetics; . . . . .
Methods in Cell Biology
Category :Biophysical Methods  Language: clicks: 126
Contents: Introduction/Microscopy; Spectrophotometry; Fluorescence/Flow Cytometry; Radiochemistry; pH and Buffers; Centrifugation; Protein Structure; Differential Solubility; Chromatography; Memb . . . . .
Gamma Radiation
Category :Radiobiology  Language: clicks: 143
Gamma Radiation This book brings new research insights on the properties and behavior of gamma radiation, studies from a wide range of options of gamma radiation applications in Nuclear Physics, industrial processes, . . . . .
Chemical Biology
Category :Biochemistry  Language: clicks: 145
Chemical Biology Chemical biology utilizes chemical principles to modulate systems to either investigate the underlying biology or create new function. Over recent years, chemical biology has received particular atten . . . . .
Organic Chemistry On-Line
Category :Organic Chemistry  Language: clicks: 147
This tutorial consists of a series of short reviews, followed by problems and exercises on that topic. A JavaScript-enabled browser is required to view these exercises, preferably Netscape or Internet . . . . .
Coral Reefs
Category :Marine Biology  Language: clicks: 148
Introduction to the biology, ecology and geology of stony corals and the reef structures they build. Topics include, but not limited to, the following: photobiology, biochemistry, physiology, reprod . . . . .
Motor Systems
Category :Neurobiology  Language: clicks: 152
Contents: Motor Units and Muscle Receptors; Spinal Reflexes and Descending Motor Pathways; Motor Cortex; Basal Ganglia; Cerebellum; Disorders of the Motor System; Ocular Motor System; Ocular Motor Con . . . . .
Homeostasis and Higher Brain Function
Category :Neurobiology  Language: clicks: 169
Contents: Hypothalamus: Structural Organization; Hypothalamic Control of Pituitary Hormones; Central Control of the Autonomic Nervous System & Thermoregulation; Central Control of Feeding Behavior; L . . . . .
Structures of Life
Category :Biochemistry  Language: clicks: 175
Structures of Life Contents: Proteins are the Body's Worker Molecules; X-Ray Crystallography: Art Marries Science; The World of NMR: Magnets, Radio Waves, and Detective Work; Structure-based Drug Design: From the Comp . . . . .
General Biology
Category :Cellular Biology  Language: clicks: 201
General Biology Contents: Introduction to Biology; Chemistry Concepts for Biology; Biological Molecules; Cell Structure and Function; Membrane Structure and Function; Energy Flow; Photosynthesis; Cell Respirat . . . . .
Notes on Conservation Biology
Category :Ecology  Language: clicks: 222
Contents: The biology of human-caused extinctions; Systematics and endangered species conservation; Biology of small populations; Introduction; Genetics; Population viability analysis; Introduction; N . . . . .
Category :Photosynthesis  Language: clicks: 225
Photosynthesis Among the myriads of volumes dedicated to various aspects of photosynthesis, the current one is singular in integrating an update of the most recent insights on this most important biological process . . . . .
Category :Bioinorganic Chemistry  Language: clicks: 229
Biochemistry Contents: Molecular Components of Cells; Protein Dynamics; Metabolism and Its Regulation; Information Transfer.
An Introduction to Biological Aging Theory
Category :Evolution  Language: clicks: 230
An Introduction to Biological Aging Theory Why do we age? The answer to this question is critical to our ability to prevent and treat highly age-related diseases such as cancer and heart disease that now cause the deaths of most people in the . . . . .

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