266 books (14 pages) in this category
Discoveries, Ideas and Lessons Learned by Scientists Who Published in The Journal of Parasitology, 1914 - 2014
by John Janovy Jr. & Gerald W. Esch
<p>Reviews key areas in ecological, medical and molecular parasitology</p> <ul> <li>Features essays from some of the world's leading parasitologists</li> </ul> <p> </p> <ul> <li>Each topic is set in context by featuring a key paper from ...eBook
Getting into and Surviving Grad School, Postdocs, and a Research Job
by Prosanta Chakrabarty
<p><em>A Guide to Academia</em> is a handbook for all those individuals thinking seriously about going to graduate school. Written by an author with extensive experience navigating the academic world, the book explains all the steps and ...eBook
by Amlaner, Charles J.
A Handbook on Biotelemetry and Radio Tracking presents the proceedings of an International Conference on Telemetry and Radio Tracking in Biology and Medicine, held in The University of Oxford, Oxford, U.K. on March 20-22, 1979. This book ...eBook
Containing Forty-Four Coloured Engravings
by F. O. Morris
<p>The Cormorant is a bird of almost universal distribution, and belongs to each of the four quarters of the globe. It is also accommodating in the situations it frequents, and makes itself equally at home on sea or land, both near the shore andeBook
With Coloured Figures of the Species and Principal Varieties
by Philip Henry Gosse
<p>The analytical tables of the families, genera, and species, hitherto scarcely known in English zoological works, will, I think, be found useful; nor will the attempt to tabulate the geographical distribution of the species be devoid of ...eBook
Examining The (Un)usual Suspects
by Karl P.N. Shuker
<p>The spectacular front-cover painting by American artist Michael J. Smith, depicting 17 astonishing mystery beasts and other controversial entities, was the inspiration for this latest book by leading cryptozoologist Dr. Karl Shuker. Every oneeBook
by Edwin C. Galbreath
<p>In the summer of 1946 a party from the University of Kansas Museum of Natural History visited exposures of the Laverne formation in Beaver County, Oklahoma, at the invitation of Dr. Stuart Schoff of the United States Geological Survey. When ...eBook
by William Edward Duellman
<p>Probably no ecological group of hylid frogs (some Hyla plus Plectrohyla and Ptychohyla) in Middle America is so poorly known as those species that live in the cloud forests on steep mountain slopes and breed in ...eBook
by Nathan Banks
<p>By thomas E. Snyder Branch of Forest Entomology, Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agriculture.</p> ...eBook
by Asa Crawford Chandler
<p>Since feathers are external and in constant contact with the environment, they would naturally be expected to be among the first structures of the body to feel the in?uence of environmental changes and shocks, and would still be as liable to ...eBook
by Michelson, M. J.
Acetylcholine: An Approach to the Molecular Mechanism of Action is an in-depth study of neurotransmitter system, with much focus on acetylcholine and its action and the cholinergic synapse. <br>The book, divided into seven chapters, covers the ...eBook
by Newell, R. C.
Adaptation to Environment: Essays on the Physiology of Marine Animals contains a series of essays that is intended as a review of the special adaptations of marine organisms to the particular environmental conditions they are likely to encountereBook
by Barbara E. Curry
<p><i>Advances in Marine Biology, Volume 76</i>, the latest release in a series that has been providing in-depth and up-to-date reviews on all aspects of marine biology since 1963 is well known for its contents and editing. This latest addition ...eBook
by Zuckerman, Bert M.
Nematodes as Biological Models, Volume 2: Aging and Other Model Systems contains discussions on free-living nematodes as biological models for pharmacologic and toxicant testing, and for studies on gerontology and nutrition. <br>The book ...eBook
by Rice, Elroy L.
Allelopathy studies the various aspects of allelopathy, the direct or indirect harmful effect by one plant (including microorganisms) on another through the production of chemical compounds that escape into the environment. <br>Chapters ...eBook
A Natural History of the Orbweaving Spiders of the United States, With Special Regard to Their Industry and Habits
by Henry C. McCook
<p>I have now said all that I expect to make public of my observations of spider manners, with the exception of one chapter on General Habits, which I have reserved for the Opening pages of Volume III., and, per haps, a second chapter, which mayeBook
by E. Raymond Hall
<p>The weasel's agility and speed take it in and out of retreats, over obstacles and across open places in amazingly rapid fashion and are responsible for the animal's actions being described as "quick as a flash." The common long-tailed weasel ...eBook
by Vizi, E. S.
Advances in Pharmacological Research and Practice, Volume VII: Aminergic and Peptidergic Receptors focuses on how neurotransmitters, drugs, and hormones affect the plasma membrane. <br>Composed of 14 chapters, the book outlines the manner by ...eBook
by William Edward Duellman
<p>Immediately south of Chinajá is a range of hills, the Serrania de Chinajá, having an almost due east-west axis and a crest of about 600 meters above sea level. South of the Serrania de Chinajá are succeedingly higher ridges building up to theeBook