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  • PK Gupta.
    Digital : ScienceDirect2018
    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.
  • Luke S.P. Moore, James C. Hatcher.
    Digital : Cambridge2019
    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.
  • Bruce R. Smoller and Kim M. Hiatt.
    Digital : Springer2010
    Superficial perivascular dermatitis -- Lichenoid/vacuolar dermatitis -- Superficial perivascular dermatitis with spongiotic epidermal changes -- Superficial perivascular dermatitis with psoriasiform epidermal changes -- Superepidermal blistering processes -- Intraepidermal blisters -- Granulomatous dermatitis -- Cutaneous vasculitis -- Alopecias -- Panniculitis -- Histologic mimics of cutaneous lymphoma -- Dermal pigmentary disorders -- Dermal deposition disorders without pigment.
  • Harry L. Field, John M. Long.
    Digital : Springer2018
    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.
  • Thomas Glover, Kevin Mitchell.
    Print2016
    Status: Not Checked Out
    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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