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  • PK Gupta.
    Contents:
    1. General toxicology
    2. Disposition
    3. Mechanism of toxicity
    4. Target organ toxicity
    5. Pesticides (agrochemicals)
    6. Metals and micronutrients
    7. Nonmetals and micronutrients
    8. Solvents, vapors, and gases
    9. Poisonous and venomous organisms
    10. Poisonous foods and food poisonings
    11. Poisonous plants
    12. Drugs of use, dependence, and abuse
    13. Radioactive materials
    14. Environmental and ecotoxicology
    15. Veterinary toxicology
    16. Clinical toxicology
    17. Brainstorming: toxicology question bank
    Index.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
  • R. Brad Abrahams, Walter Huda, William F. Sensakovic.
    Contents:
    Radiographic imaging
    Mammographic imaging
    Fluoroscopy with image intensifiers
    Interventional radiology with flat-panel detectors
    Computed tomography imaging
    Gamma cameras
    Single-photon emission computed tomography and position emission tomography imaging
    Magnetic resonance basics
    Magnetic resonance imaging
    Ultrasound basics
    Ultrasound imaging and doppler
    Radiation doses
    Radiation safety
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  • Thao Doan, Fabio Lievano, Michelle Swanson-Mungerson, Susan Viselli.
    Summary: "Lippincott® Illustrated Reviews: Immunology, 3e is a relatively new addition to the LIR series. Immunology content was originally covered within the LIR: Microbiology text. However, it eventually became clear that there was demand for a separate text covering immunology content in greater depth. This is especially helpful in med schools where microbiology and immunology are covered separately during basic sciences instruction"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    The Need for Self-Recognition
    Antigens and Receptors
    Barriers to Infection
    Cells of the Innate Immune System
    Innate Immune Function
    Molecules of Adaptive Immunity
    Cells and Organs
    Generation of Immune Diversity: Lymphocyte Antigen Receptors Lymphocyte Development
    Lymphocyte Activation
    Lymphocyte Effector Functions
    Regulation of Adaptive Responses
    The Well Patient: How Innate and Adaptive Immune Responses Maintain Health
    Hypersensitivity Reactions
    Immune Deficiency
    Autoimmunity
    Transplantation
    Immune Pharmacotherapy
    Tumor Immunity
    Measurement of Immune Function.
  • Luke S.P. Moore, James C. Hatcher.
    Contents:
    Biology of bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites and the host-pathogen interactions
    Microbiology and virology laboratory practice
    Health and safety for infectious diseases, microbiology and virology
    Principles of public health in relation to infectious diseases, microbiology and virology
    Infection prevention and control
    Important clinical syndromes presenting from the community and within healthcare organisations
    Understanding use of antimicrobial agents
    Vaccination
    The management of HIV infection
    Travel and geographical health; imported infection and the provision of pre-travel health advice.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2019
  • Michael W. King, PhD, Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine Center for Regenerative Biology and Medicine, Terra Haute, Indiana.
    Contents:
    Amino acids, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids
    Biological building blocks: carbohydrates
    Lipids of biological significance
    Nucleic acids
    Protein structure and function
    Hemoglobin and myoglobin
    Biological membranes and membrane transport
    Vitamins and minerals
    Enzymes and enzyme kinetics
    Carbohydrates: glycolysis and glucose homeostasis
    Carbohydrates: fructose metabolism and feeding behaviors
    Carbohydrates: galactose metabolism
    Carbohydrates: gluconeogenesis, the synthesis of new glucose
    Carbohydrates: glycogen metabolism
    Carbohydrates: pentose phosphate pathway
    Pyruvate dehydrogenase complex and the TCA cycle
    Mitochondrial functions and oxidative phosphorylation
    Ethanol metabolism
    Lipids: fatty acid synthesis
    Lipids: triglyceride and phospholipid synthesis
    Lipids: sphingolipids, ceramides, and glycosphingolipids
    Lipids: the eicosanoids: prostaglandins, leukotrienes, and thromboxanes
    Lipids: bioactive lipids and lipid-sensing receptors
    Lipids: lipid mediators of inflammation
    Lipids: lipolysis, fatty acid oxidation, and ketogenesis
    Lipids: cholesterol metabolism
    Lipids: bile acid metabolism
    Lipids: lipoproteins
    Nitrogen: nitrogen homeostasis and disposal via urea
    Nitrogen: amino acid metabolism
    Nitrogen: amino acid-derived biomolecules
    Nitrogen: nucleotide metabolism
    Nitrogen: heme metabolism
    Nitrogen: metabolic integration
    Chromatin: DNA structure and replication
    Transcription: RNA synthesis, processing, and regulation
    Translation: protein synthesis and modification
    Glycoproteins
    Extracellular matrix: glycosaminoglycans and proteoglycans
    Mechanisms of signal transduction
    Molecular biology tools
    Iron and copper metabolism
    Digestion: anatomy, biochemistry, and physiology
    Gut-brain interactions and feeding behaviors
    Adipose tissue and obesity: associated metabolic disturbances
    Insulin function
    Diabetes mellitus
    Cardiovascular disease: the metabolic syndrome and atherosclerosis
    Peptide hormones
    Steroid and thyroid hormones
    Hemostasis: blood coagulation
    Cancer biology.
    Digital Access AccessPharmacy 2014
  • Harry L. Field, John M. Long.
    Summary: Introduction to Agricultural Engineering Technology: A problem Solving Approach is an invaluable text for agriculture students at the introductory level. The fourth edition has been thoroughly updated and reorganized to meet the current units and standards of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE). The book aims to: Familiarize students with a wide range of applications of engineering principles to agriculture Discuss a selection of independent but related topics Advance students' problem solving abilities Each chapter lists education objects, introductory material, and example problems where appropriate. In addition problems using ISO (metric) units, are now included. The authors have added a new chapter on precision agriculture. About the Authors: Harry L. Field is an Associate Professor of Agricultural Mechanics in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering at Oklahoma State University. John Long is an Assistant Professor of Biological Engineering in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering at Oklahoma State University.

    Contents:
    1. Problem Solving
    2. Significant Figures and Standard Form
    3. Common Units of Measure
    4. Simple Machines
    5. Internal Combustion Engines
    6. Power Trains
    7. Tractors and Power Units
    8. Machinery Calibration
    9. Equipment Efficiency and Capacity
    10. Economics of Agricultural Machinery
    11. Sound and Noise
    12. Measuring Distance
    13. Angles and Areas
    14. Land Description
    15. Differential and Profile Leveling
    16. Weather
    17. Water Runoff
    18. Erosion and Erosion Control
    19. Irrigation
    20. Handling, Moisture Management, and Storage of Biological Products
    21. Animal Waste Management
    22. Insulation and Heat Flow
    23. Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning
    24. Selection of Structural Members
    25. Principles of Electricity
    26. Series and Parallel Circuits
    27. Sizing Conductors
    28. Electric Motors
    Appendices
    Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Thomas Glover, Kevin Mitchell.
    Contents:
    1. Introduction to data analysis
    2. Introduction to probability
    3. Probability distributions
    4. Sampling distributions
    5. Introduction to hypothesis testing
    6. One-sample test of hypothesis
    7. Tests of hypothesis involving two samples
    8. k-Sample tests of hypothesis: the analysis of variance
    9. Two-factor analysis
    10. Linear regression and correlation
    11. Goodness of fit tests
    A. Proofs of selected results
    B. Answeres to even-numbered problems
    C. Tables of distributions and critical values
    References
    Index
    Guide to hypothesis testing.
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    QH323.5 .G573 2016
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