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Biology - Concordia University Libraries Recent Acquisitions

Titles in the call number range QH - QR (Biology) that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 60 days.

  • Waterfowl populations in the Upper Chesapeake region / Robert E. Stewart
    QL 683 C48 S84 1962

  • Cognitive neuroscience / Marie T. Banich, University of Colorado Boulder, Rebecca J. Compton, Haverford College, Pennsylvania
    QP 360.5 B359 2018
    Updated fully, this accessible and comprehensive text highlights the most important theoretical, conceptual and methodological issues in cognitive neuroscience. Written by two experienced teachers, the consistent narrative ensures that students link concepts across chapters, and the careful selection of topics enables them to grasp the big picture without getting distracted by details. Clinical applications such as developmental disorders, brain injuries and dementias are highlighted. In addition, analogies and examples within the text, opening case studies, and 'In Focus' boxes engage students and demonstrate the relevance of the material to real-world concerns. Students are encouraged to develop the critical thinking skills that will enable them to evaluate future developments in this fast-moving field. A new chapter on Neuroscience and Society considers how cognitive neuroscience issues relate to the law, education, and ethics, highlighting the clinical and real-world relevance. An expanded online package includes a test bank.

  • Critical population and error threshold on the sharp peak landscape for a Moran model / Raphael Cerf
    QP 517 M65C47 2014eb

  • A mutation-selection model with recombination for general genotypes / Steven N. Evans, David Steinsaltz, Kenneth W. Wachter
    QH 390 E92 2013eb

  • Extremophilic Microbial Processing of Lignocellulosic Feedstocks to Biofuels, Value-Added Products, and Usable Power edited by Rajesh K. Sani, Navanietha Krishnaraj Rathinam

  • The gut microbiome in health and disease Dirk Haller, editor

  • Molecular mechanisms of autonomy in biological systems : relativity of code, energy and mass? / by Tara Karimi

  • Nuclear-cytoplasmic transport / Weidong Yang, editor

  • Zoogeography of Arachnida / Petar Beron

  • Textbook of energy balance, neuropeptide hormones, and neuroendocrine function / Eduardo A. Nillni, editor

  • Extremophiles in Eurasian Ecosystems : Ecology, Diversity, and Applications / Dilfuza Egamberdieva, Nils-Kare Birkeland, Hovik Panosyan, Wen-Jun Li, editors

  • Island of Reil (Insula) in the Human Brain Anatomical, Functional, Clinical and Surgical Aspects / Mehmet Turgut, Canan Yurttaş, R. Shane Tubbs, editors

  • Vegetation of the Canary Islands / Marcelino J. del Arco Aguilar, Octavio Rodríguez Delgado

  • Pathological brain detection / Shui-Hua Wang, Yu-Dong Zhang, Zhengchao Dong, Preetha Phillips

  • Gravitational Biology I : Gravity Sensing and Graviorientation in Microorganisms and Plants / Markus Braun [and 4 others]

  • Molecular mechanisms of notch signaling / Tilman Borggrefe, Benedetto Daniele Giaimo, editors

  • Functional nucleic acid based biosensors for food safety detection / Yunbo Luo

  • Current trends in bioinformatics : an insight / Gulshan Wadhwa, P. Shanmughavel, Atul Kumar Singh, Jayesh R. Bellare, editors

  • Behavioral pharmacology of neuropeptides : oxytocin / Rene Hurlemann, Valery Grinevich, editors

  • Anatomy, age and ecology of high mountain plants in Ladakh, the Western Himalaya by Ji?? Dole?al, Miroslav Dvorský, Annett Börner, Jan Wild, Fritz Hans Schweingruber

  • Bioinformatics and the cell : modern computational approaches in genomics, proteomics, and transcriptomics / Xuhua Xia
    QH 324.2 X53 2018

  • Exploring animal encounters : philosophical, cultural, and historical perspectives / Dominik Ohrem, Matthew Calarco, editors

  • Birds of prey : biology and conservation in the XXI century / José Hernán Sarasola, Juan Manuel Grande, Juan José Negro, editors

  • Atlas of non-gynecologic cytology / Xin Jing, Momin T. Siddiqui, Qing Kay Li, editors

  • Advances in membrane proteins. Yu Cao, editor

  • Advances in cognitive neurodynamics (VI) : proceedings of the sixth International Conference on Cognitive Neurodynamics -- 2017 / José M. Delgado-García, Xiaochuan Pan, Raudel Sánchez-Campusano, Rubin Wang, editors

  • Chromosome translocation / Yu Zhang, editor

  • Biology of chlamydia / Georg Häcker, editor

  • Gastrointestinal physiology : development, principles and mechanisms of regulation / Menizibeya Osain Welcome

  • Methane biocatalysis : paving the way to sustainability / Marina G. Kalyuzhnaya, Xin-Hui Xing, editors

  • Targeting protein-protein interactions by small molecules / Chunquan Sheng, Gunda I. Georg, editors

  • HSP70 in human diseases and disorders / Alexzander A. A. Asea, Punit Kaur, editors

  • Endophytes of forest trees : biology and applications / Anna Maria Pirttilä, A. Carolin Frank, editors

  • Theoretical and applied aspects of systems biology / Fabricio Alves Barbosa da Silva, Nicolas Carels, Floriano Paes Silva Junior, editors

  • Algorithms for computational biology : 5th International Conference, AlCoB 2018, Hong Kong, China, June 25-26, 2018, Proceedings / Jesper Jansson, Carlos Martín-Vide, Miguel A. Vega-Rodríguez (eds.)

  • Copper and bacteria : evolution, homeostasis and toxicity / Marc Solioz

  • Therapeutic Use of Medicinal Plants and their Extracts. A.N.M. Alamgir

  • Salinity responses and tolerance in plants. Vinay Kumar, Shabir Hussain Wani, Penna Suprasanna, Lam-Son Phan Tran, editors

  • Practical biostatistics in translational healthcare / Allen M. Khakshooy, Francesco Chiappelli

  • Foundations of biostatistics / M. Ataharul Islam, Abdullah Al-Shiha

  • Emerging and Epizootic Fungal Infections in Animals / Seyedmojtaba Seyedmousavi, G. Sybren de Hoog, Jacques Guillot, Paul E. Verweij, editors
    QR 46 E44 2018

  • Membrane Proteins in Aqueous Solutions From Detergents to Amphipols / by Jean-Luc Popot

  • RNA Metabolism in Mitochondria / Jorge Cruz-Reyes, Michael W. Gray, editors

  • Transcriptome Analysis Introduction and Examples from the Neurosciences / by Alessandro Cellerino, Michele Sanguanini

  • Darwinian Evolution of Molecules Physical and Earth-Historical Perspective of the Origin of Life / by Hiromoto Nakazawa

  • Nicolaus Steno : Biography and Original Papers of a 17th Century Scientist / by Troels Kardel, Paul Maquet
    QM 16 S74 N53 2018eb

  • Human herpesviruses / edited by Yasushi Kawaguchi, Yasuko Mori, Hiroshi Kimura

  • Mycoremediation and Environmental Sustainability Volume 2 / edited by Ram Prasad

  • Mathematical Immunology of Virus Infections by Gennady Bocharov, Vitaly Volpert, Burkhard Ludewig, Andreas Meyerhans

  • Virus protein and nucleoprotein complexes / J. Robin Harris, David Bhella, editors
    QR 460 V57 2018eb

  • The Plant Stem A Microscopic Aspect / by Fritz H. Schweingruber, Annett Börner

  • Genomic approach to asthma / Xiangdong Wang, Zhihong Chen editors

  • The genomes of rosaceous berries and their wild relatives / Timo Hytönen, Julie Graham, Richard Harrison, editors

  • Sound analysis and synthesis with R / Jérôme Sueur

  • Cochlear anatomy via microdissection with clinical implications : an atlas / Charles G. Wright, Peter S. Roland

  • Reproductive and developmental strategies : the continuity of life / Kazuya Kobayashi, Takeshi Kitano, Yasuhiro Iwao, Mariko Kondo, editors

  • Plant nutrients and abiotic stress tolerance / Mirza Hasanuzzaman, Masayuki Fujita, Hirosuke Oku, Kamrun Nahar, Barbara Hawrylak-Nowak, editors

  • Zoological Collections of Germany : the Animal Kingdom in its Amazing Plenty at Museums and Universities / edited by Lothar A. Beck

  • Global Education in Bioethics edited by Henk ten Have

  • Multilevel selection and the theory of evolution : historical and conceptual issues / Ciprian Jeler, editor

  • Evolution education around the globe

  • Groundwater and ecosystems / editors: Luis Ribeiro. [et al.]
    QH 541.5 G76G73 2013

    Groundwater resources are facing increasing pressure from consuming and contaminating activities. There is a growing awareness that the quantitative and qualitative preservation of groundwater resources is a global need, not only to safeguard their future use for public supply and irrigation, but also to protect those ecosystems that depend partially or entirely on groundwater to maintain their species composition and natural ecological processes. Known as groundwater dependent ecosystems (GDEs), they have been a fast-growing field of research during the last two decades.
    This book is intended to provide a diverse overview of important studies on groundwater and ecosystems, including a toolbox for assessing the ecological water requirements for GDEs, and relevant case studies on groundwater/surface-water interactions, as well as the role of nutrients in groundwater for GDEs and ecosystem dependence (vegetation and cave fauna) on groundwater. Case studies are from Australia (nine studies) and Europe (12 studies from nine countries) as well as Argentina, Canada and South Africa.
    This book is of interest to everybody dealing with groundwater and its relationship with ecosystems. It is highly relevant for researchers, managers and decision-makers in the field of water and environment. It provides up-to-date information on crucial factors and parameters that need to be considered when studying groundwater-ecosystem relationships in different environments worldwide.

  • Body reshaping through muscle and skin meridian therapy : an introduction to 6 body types / Jeonhee Jang
    QP 301 J36 2016

    Body Reshaping through Muscle and Skin Meridian Therapy: An Introduction to 6 Body Types shows you how your weight and body shape can be a direct result of ill health and explains the structures and functions involved. It explores much more than just what your scale and the fit of your clothes might tell you. It looks at skin, fat, muscles, diaphragm, historical illnesses or injuries, body posture, body clock or circadian rhythm, digestion, blood vessels, nutrition, sympathetic nervous system, parasympathetic nervous system, and enteric nervous system. By examining the above factors, you will learn how they contribute toward changes in body shape (notice no mention of dieting or exercise).

    Muscle meridian therapy refers to the passive application of treatments to muscles not connected to any major organ. The techniques involved improve all the metabolic balances of the body (pressure, temperature, and balance) as well as your overall health. Therapies can benefit all people, including those with traumas such as digestive system disorders, autonomic nerve system disorders, medication complications, post-childbirth complications, major scarring, posture issues, and pain management.

    The author provides the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) tools and techniques needed for practitioner-guided wellness or at-home wellness understanding and maintenance. The book offers a full guide to "body type" evaluation for muscle meridian therapy and presents a "passive" therapy method (like massage or acupuncture) to complement "active" therapies (like physical therapy and exercise). It covers concepts that are highly individualized yet very "whole body" for physical restoration and balance.

  • Marine algae : biodiversity, taxonomy, environmental assessment, and biotechnology / editors, Leonel Pereira and Joao M. Neto, Department of Life Sciences, IMAR-CMA and MARE, (Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre), University of Coimbra, C
    QK 570.2 M37 2015

    This book is divided into three thematic areas. The first covers a revision of the taxonomy of algae, based on the algae portal, as well as the general aspects of biology and the methodologies used in this branch of marine biology. The second subject area focuses on the use of algae in environmental assessment, with an intensive implementation in Western economies and some emerging economies. The third topic is the potential use of algae in various industries including food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, agricultural fertilizers, and the emerging biofuels industries.

  • Ecotoxicology of amphibians and reptiles / editors, Donald W. Sparling. [et al.]
    QL 641 E36 2010

    Building on the success of its popular predecessor, the second edition of Ecotoxicology of Amphibians and Reptilespresents newly available findings on the species that are important environmental indicators. This new edition covers nearly twice as many topics as the first, including recent developments in the ecotoxicology of amphibians and reptiles, the current status of these animals, and intrinsic factors that affect their susceptibility to contaminants. The book also provides the latest information on specific groups of contaminants and their effects and body burdens in herpetafauna. After a review of how contaminants interact with other ecological factors, the text explores concerns for the future.

    New in the second edition:

    New research on the effects of pesticides, heavy metals, endocrine disrupting chemicals, and UVB Increased focus on the effects of contaminants rather than merely reporting residue information A synthesis of information on atrazine and its effects on gonads at low concentrations Coverage of the potentially alarming new cadre of chemicals that have recently or are about to come on the market for which there is very little or no information Important advances in surveying and monitoring

    One of the major factors behind the writing of the first edition was the worldwide phenomenon of declining amphibian populations. Although this decline has not abated, the breadth of research into its causes has expanded significantly. With chapter contributors carefully selected by the team of editors as leaders in their fields, this book provides an authoritative compendium of the most recent information on effects and residues coupled with a syntheses of what these numbers mean to science and policy.

  • Immunoassays : development, applications and future trends / edited by Richard O'Kennedy, Caroline Murphy
    QP 519.9 I42I49 2017

    The concept behind this book is to provide a detailed and practical overview of the development and use of immunoassays in many different areas. Immunoassays are analytical tests that utilise antibodies to measure the amount, activity or identity of an analyte. This book is designed to provide a critical and helpful insight into the subject and to give the user practical information that may be of assistance in assay format selection, antibody generation/selection and choice of appropriate detection strategies. It is comprised of 13 chapters written by highly experienced researchers in the fields of antibody-based research, immunoassay development, assay validation, diagnostics and microfluidics.

    Beginning with a comprehensive survey of antibodies, immunoassay formats and signalling systems, the book elucidates key topics related to the development of an ideal antibody-based sensor, focuses on the important topic of surface modification, explores key parameters in the immobilisation of antibodies onto solid surfaces, discusses the move to 'lab-on-a-chip'-based devices and investigates the key parameters necessary for their development. Three of the chapters are dedicated to the areas of clinical diagnostics, infectious disease monitoring and food security, where immunoassay-based applications have become highly valuable tools. The future of immunoassays, including next-generation immunoassays, electrochemical-immunoassays and 'lab-on-a-chip'-based systems, is also discussed. The book also covers the use of optical detection systems (with a focus on surface plasmon resonance) in immunoassays, provides a compilation of important, routinely used immunoassay protocols and addresses problems that may be encountered during assay development.

  • Connective tissue : histophysiology, biochemistry, molecular biology / Nikolay Omelyanenko, Leonid Slutsky ; Sergey Mironov, editor
    QM 563 O44 2014

    Connective tissue is a multicomponent, polyfunctional complex of cells and extracellular matrix that serves as a framework for all organs, combining to form a unified organism. It is a structure responsible for numerous vital functions such as tissue-organ integration, morphogenesis, homeostasis maintenance, biomechanical support, and more. The regeneration potential of connective tissue affects healing of damaged tissue and organs, while trauma, stress, and other factors that cause damage to connective tissue can lead to numerous disorders.

    Connective Tissue: Histophysiology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology brings together crucial knowledge of mammalian connective tissue (including human) and its components, both cellular and noncellular, in one authoritative reference. The breadth and depth of information has fundamental scientific significance as well as applied relevance in clinical medicine. The first half of the book covers the structure, classification, biochemical aspects, histogenesis, and cellular elements of connective tissue. It presents data from the macro- to nanolevel organization of the extracellular matrix--its structural and functional aspects--and addresses metabolic functions and the biochemistry and molecular biology of connective tissue ageing.

    The second half of the book reviews current data on the biochemistry and molecular biology of skeletal connective tissue, including bone and cartilage metabolism and regulation. It presents an in-depth analysis of data on the molecular mechanisms of connective tissue ontogenesis, from embryonic development through ageing. It also reports novel findings on bone marrow stroma and describes electron microscopy results of the nanostructure of bone mineral, mineralized cartilage, and teeth compared with coral and seashells. Comprising both classic and modern data on the histopathology, biochemistry, and molecular biology of connective tissue, this book provides a unique resource for clinicians and researchers alike.

  • Autophagy and signaling / edited by Esther Wong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    QR 181.7 A98 2018

    Autophagy and Signaling is an up-to-date overview of the many signaling pathways regulating autophagy in response to different cellular needs. Discussion includes the status and future directions of autophagy signaling research with respect to different aspects of health and disease. These include the roles of autophagy in regulating cell fate, immune response and host defense, nutrient sensing and metabolism, neural functions and homeostasis. The mechanisms and significance of cross-talk between autophagy and other cellular processes is also explored. Lastly, alterations in autophagy observed in aging and age-related pathologies are described.

  • Phospholipid Metabolism in Cellular Signaling / José M. Mato, Ph.D. (Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Madrid, Spain)
    QP 752 M45M38 2018

  • Elevated carbon dioxide : impacts on soil and plant water relations / M.B. Kirkham
    QK 753 C3K57 2011

    Between 1958 and 2008, the CO2concentration in the atmosphere increased from 316 to 385 ppm. Continued increases in CO2concentration will significantly affect long-term climate change, including variations in agricultural yields. Focusing on this critical issue, Elevated Carbon Dioxide: Impacts on Soil and Plant Water Relationspresents research conducted on field-grown sorghum, winter wheat, and rangeland plants under elevated CO2. It describes specific results from pioneering experiments performed over a seven-year period in the Evapotranspiration Laboratory at Kansas State University, along with experiments appearing in peer-reviewed journal articles.

    Select articles from the literature serve as examples in the text. For each paper discussed, the author includes the common and scientific name of the plant under investigation. For each experiment, the author provides the type of soil used (if given in the original article) and general conditions of the experiment. All references are carefully documented so that readers can easily find the original source.

    The first chapter of the book deals with drought, the three types of photosynthesis, and how water moves through the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. With a focus on soil, the next several chapters discuss the composition of the soil atmosphere, the interaction of elevated CO2with physical factors that affect root growth, variable oxygen concentration of soil, and when the atmosphere above soil is elevated with CO2.

    The author goes on to examine the use of carbon isotope ratios in plant science; the effects of elevated CO2on plant water, osmotic, and turgor potentials; and stomata under elevated CO2, including stomatal conductance and density. The text also explains the effects of elevated CO2on transpiration and evapotranspiration, explores historical aspects of water use efficiency, compares C3and C4plants under elevated CO2, and details the advantages of C4photosynthesis. The concluding chapters cover plant anatomy, the effects of elevated CO2on phenology, and measures of plant growth.

    How have plants responded to increased levels of atmospheric CO2? Are some plants reacting better than others? Drawing on a host of scientific studies, this text explores how rising levels of CO2in the atmosphere have impacted water in plants and soils.

  • Clinical nutrition for the health scientist / author, Daphne A. Roe, M.D., Professor of Nutrition, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
    QP 141 R64 2018

  • Physiological Models in Microbiology / editors, Michael J. Bazin, Ph.D. (Senior Lecturer, Department of Microbiology, King's College, London, England), James I. Prosser, Ph.D. (Lecturer, Department of Genetics and Microbiology, University of Ab
    QR 84 P49 2018

  • Environmental Management of Marine Ecosystems / edited by Md. Nazrul Islam, Sven Erik Jørgensen
    QH 541.5 S3E58 2017

    This book will illustrate the current status, trends and effects of climate, natural disturbances and anthropogenic stressors on marine ecosystems. It shows how to integrate different management tools and models in an up-to-date, multidisciplinary approach to environmental management. Through several case studies, it provides a powerful framework for identifying management tools and their applications in coral reefs, fisheries, migratory species, marine islands and associated ecosystems such as mangroves and sea grass beds, including their ecosystem services, the threats to their sustainability, and the actions needed to protect them.

  • Automated instrumentation for radioimmunoassay / editor, Lemuel J. Bowie, Ph.D., Director, Division of Clinical Biochemistry, Evanston Hospital, Evanston, Illinois and Assistant Professor of Clincial Pathology, Northwestern University Medical S
    QP 519.9 R3A98 2018

  • Handbook of Visual Optics, Volume One : Fundamentals and Eye Optics
    QP 475 A783 2017

  • Biology of foodborne parasites / Lihua Xiao, Una Ryan, Yaoyu Feng
    QR 201 P27X53 2015

    While a number of introductory books on basic and molecular biology are available, none highlight the foodborne parasitic pathogens. Until now. A state-of-the-art review, Biology of Foodborne Parasites charts significant progress and outlines key biological techniques applied to foodborne parasitic pathogens research. The book covers basic biology, genetics and genomics, epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, control, and prevention. It showcases recent research that can then be used to spark further breakthroughs.

    The book addresses challenging issues in food pathogen detection. It details individual foodborne protists and helminthes, with each chapter following a similar format for a consistent presentation of information. It discusses topics ranging from basic biology, genetics and genomics, molecular detection and typing, and pathogenesis to epidemiology, molecular epidemiology, treatment and prevention, among other current concerns. It also details the methods used to diagnose the infection, characterize the pathogen, and detect parasites in three food commodities: meats, water, and fresh produce.

    With chapters written by experts in their respective fields, the book presents a reliable roadmap for future development of improved, innovative biological and molecular methods for analysis of foodborne parasitic pathogens. A handy, comprehensive reference on all aspects of biology of foodborne parasites, it highlights research needs and directions, helping you develop advanced diagnostic tools and new intervention measures.

  • Handbook of ecological indicators for assessment of ecosystem health / edited by Sven E. Jorgensen, Fu-Liu Xu, Robert Costanza
    QH 541.15 E265H36 2010

    Continuing in the tradition of its bestselling predecessor, the Handbook of Ecological Indicators for Assessment of Ecosystem Health, Second Editionbrings together world-class editors and contributors who have been at the forefront of ecosystem health assessment research for decades, to provide a sound approach to environmental management and sustainable development.

    Significantly updated and expanded, this authoritative resource details a proven framework for selecting, evaluating, and validating ecological indicators for ecosystem health assessment. It guides readers through the application of this framework to a wide range of ecosystems, including wetlands, estuaries, coastal zones, lakes, forests, marine ecosystems, lagoons, agricultural systems, landscapes, and rivers. The text synthesizes material from a variety of books, journals, and private research, to consider biodiversity, energy needs, ecological economics, and natural capital in the measurement of ecological health.

    Organized for ease of reference, the first part of the handbook provides the required theoretical background. It presents a complete overview of all relevant ecological indicators--including thermodynamics, resilience estimates, exergy, and emergy indicators. The second part focuses on how to effectively apply the ecological indicators to a number of important ecosystems. It includes many examples and case studies that clearly illustrate the advantages and disadvantages of each method for specific applications.

    Offering first-hand insight and practical guidance from practitioners in the field, this complete resource supplies the tools and the well-rounded understanding required to diagnose the health of virtually any ecosystem with much improved accuracy.

  • Chemokine receptors and AIDS / edited by Thomas R. O'Brien
    QR 201 A37C48 2001
    This authoritative reference presents the latest research on the role of chemokines, chemokine receptors, and genetic variability in the susceptibility, prevention, and treatment of HIV-1-exploring new therapeutic strategies for improved treatment of HIV-1 infected patients by blocking chemokine receptor expression.

    With contributions from seasoned experts in the field, Chemokine Receptors and AIDS details
    the role of chemokine receptors in HIV-1 infection and pathogenesis
    the identification and role of the CCR5-D32 allele in HIV infection
    potential novel methods to treat HIV-1 infection by blocking or down-regulating the CCR5 and CXCR4 HIV-1 coreceptors
    strategies using monoclonal antibodies, small molecules, and ribosymes
    and more!
    Offering more than 1200 current references, Chemokine Receptors and AIDS is an essential reference for infectious disease specialists, epidemiologists, virologists, immunologists, pharmacologists, medicinal chemists and biochemists, microbiologists, and medical students in these disciplines.

  • CRC handbook of symbiotic cyanobacteria / by Amar Nath Rai

  • Fundamentals of biofilm research / Zbigniew Lewandowski, Haluk Beyenal
    QR 100.8 B55L49 2014

    The six years that have passed since the publication of the first edition have brought significant advances in both biofilm research and biofilm engineering, which have matured to the extent that biofilm-based technologies are now being designed and implemented. As a result, many chapters have been updated and expanded with the addition of sections reflecting changes in the status quo in biofilm research and engineering. Emphasizing process analysis, engineering systems, biofilm applications, and mathematical modeling, Fundamentals of Biofilm Research, Second Edition provides the tools to unify and advance biofilm research as a whole.

    Retaining the goals of the first edition, this second edition serves as:

    A compendium of knowledge about biofilms and biofilm processes A set of instructions for designing and conducting biofilm experiments A set of instructions for making and using various tools useful in biofilm research A set of computational procedures useful in interpreting results of biofilm research A set of instructions for using the model of stratified biofilms for data interpretation, analysis, and biofilm activity prediction
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