Exercise for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Treatment From Molecular to Clinical, Part 1

Biology and Genetics

An Environmental History of Wildlife in England 1650 – 1950 by Tom Williamson
Exercise for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Treatment: From Molecular to Clinical, Part 1 By Junjie Xiao
Roderick Kaine, “Smart and SeXy: The Evolutionary Origins and Biological Underpinnings of Cognitive Differences between the Sexes”
Harmonisation of Regulatory Oversight in Biotechnology Safety Assessment of Transgenic Organisms in the Environment, Volume 5: OECD Consensus Documents by Oecd Organisation For Economic Co-Operation And Development
Candida albicans: Cellular and Molecular Biology by Rajendra Prasad

An Environmental History of Wildlife in England 1650 – 1950 by Tom Williamson

English | January 30th, 2014 | ISBN: 1441108637, 1441124861 | 290 pages | PDF | 3.76 MB

While few detailed surveys of fauna or flora exist in England from the period before the nineteenth century, it is possible to combine the evidence of historical sources (ranging from game books, diaries, churchwardens’ accounts and even folk songs) and our wider knowledge of past land use and landscape, with contemporary analyses made by modern natural scientists, in order to model the situation at various times and places in the more remote past.
This timely volume encompasses both rural and urban environments from 1650 to the mid-twentieth century, drawing on a wide variety of social, historical and ecological sources. It examines the impact of social and economic organisation on the English landscape, biodiversity, the agricultural revolution, landed estates, the coming of large-scale industry and the growth of towns and suburbs. It also develops an original perspective on the complexity and ambiguity of man/animal relationships in this post-medieval period.

Exercise for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Treatment: From Molecular to Clinical, Part 1 By Junjie Xiao

English | PDF,EPUB | 2017 | 320 Pages | ISBN : 981104306X | 12.29 MB

The book provides an intensive overview on exercise for cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment, from basic research to clinical practice. The volume firstly summarizes the acute and chronic response to exercise
Secondly, evidence for exercise as medicine for the heart based on clinical studies and basic research is summarized. Thirdly, molecular mechanisms mediating the beneficial effects of exercise including IGF-1-PI3K-AKT signalling, NO signalling, C/EBPB-Cited4 signalling, Non-coding RNAs, epigenetic regulators, mitochondria adaption and exosomes are presented. Finally, exercise dosing, prescription and future prospects are provided. This book will provide valuable reference for researchers in cell biology, physiology, as well as physician, physical therapist in cardiology, sport medicine, etc.

Roderick Kaine, “Smart and SeXy: The Evolutionary Origins and Biological Underpinnings of Cognitive Differences between the Sexes”

2016 | ISBN-10: 1910524743 | 268 pages | EPUB | 0,5 MB

With more than 300 citations of peer-reviewed journal articles, Smart and SeXy presents the latest research with regards to sex differences in intelligence and their biological causes all in one place. It also provides evolutionary rationales for why and how sex differences in intelligence evolved to begin with; and it does so without concern for what is or is not politically correct. With the “acceptable” narrative abandoned, it openly and honestly explores the differences between the genders.
Roderick Kaine is an American who has a degree in biochemistry, and he has done professional research in both Biology and Neuroscience. After moving on from this work, he has focused on writing and independent scholarship.

Harmonisation of Regulatory Oversight in Biotechnology Safety Assessment of Transgenic Organisms in the Environment, Volume 5: OECD Consensus Documents by Oecd Organisation For Economic Co-Operation And Development

English | 2016 | ISBN: 9264250441 | 296 pages | PDF | 8 MB

This series represents a compilation of the biosafety consensus documents developed by the Oecd Working Group on Harmonisation of Regulatory Oversight in Biotechnology over the periods 2011-12 (Volume 5) and 2013-15 (Volume 6). Volumes 5 and 6 describe the biology, centres of origin, genetics, hybridisation, production and use, and ecology elements of several crops (sugarcane, cassava, sorghum, common bean, cucurbits) and trees (eucalyptus species). They also provide considerations on pathogenicity factors in assessing the potential adverse health effects of bacteria, and the low level presence of transgenic plants in seed and grain commodities.
The consensus documents contain information for use during the regulatory assessment of products of modern biotechnology, i.e. transgenic organisms (plants, animals, micro-organisms), when intended for release in the environment. As such, it should be of value to applicants for use of genetically-engineered organisms in agriculture mainly, to regulators and risk assessors in national authorities for their biosafety assessments, as well as the wider scientific community. More information on this Oecd programme is found at BioTrack online ().

Candida albicans: Cellular and Molecular Biology by Rajendra Prasad

English | 21 Feb. 2017 | ISBN: 3319504088 | 568 Pages | EPUB | 3.95 MB

This book on Candida albicans and similar pathogens provides a timely overview of the groundbreaking discoveries made in the areas of drug resistance, host–pathogen interactions, virulence, host immune system modulation, etc., in the last two decades.
This comprehensive 2nd Edition includes chapters on fungal infections, hyphal morphogenesis, molecular mechanisms of antifungal resistance, antifungal agents, multidrug transporters, virulence mechanisms in Candida albicans, host–pathogen interactions, the cell wall, fungal biofilms, lipids and antifungal resistance, signaling mechanisms and last but not the least host-immune responses. As such, it offers an ideal reference guide for mycologists, researchers, pharmacists, clinicians, and undergraduate students engaged or interested in fungal research. It will also benefit clinicians, who are required to keep abreast of the current state of research on antifungal drug resistance and antifungal development.