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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.


  • Topics in mathematical biology / Karl Peter Hadeler
    QH323.5

  • Fungal Nanotechnology : Applications in Agriculture, Industry, and Medicine / edited by Ram Prasad
    QK638

  • Chlamydomonas : biotechnology and biomedicine / Michael Hippler, editor
    QK569.C486

  • Developments in fungal biology and applied mycology / Tulasi Satyanarayana, Sunil K. Deshmukh, B.N. Johri, editors
    QK603

  • Chlamydomonas : molecular genetics and physiology / Michael Hippler, editor
    QK569.C486

  • Tumor immune microenvironment in cancer progression and cancer therapy / Pawel Kalinski, editor
    QR188.6

  • Protein reviews. M. Zouhair Atassi, editor
    QP551

  • Phycobiliproteins : recent developments and future applications / Vinod K. Kannaujiya, Shanthy Sundaram, Rajeshwar P. Sinha
    QK898.P64

  • Platelets, haemostasis and inflammation / Andreas Zirlik, Christoph Bode, Meinrad Gawaz, editors
    QP97

  • Landscape perspectives : the holistic nature of landscape / Marc Antrop, Veerle Van Eetvelde
    QH75

  • A mathematical approach to protein biophysics / L. Ridgway Scott, Ariel Fernández
    QH505

  • Plant-microbe interactions in agro-ecological perspectives. Dhananjaya Pratap Singh, Harikesh Bahadur Singh, Ratna Prabha, editors
    QR351

  • Dendroecology : tree-ring analyses applied to ecological studies / Mariano M. Amoroso, Lori D. Daniels, Patrrick J. Baker, J. Julio Camarero, editors
    QK477.2.A6

  • Oaks physiological ecology : exploring the functional diversity of Genus Quercus L. / Eustaquio Gil-Pelegrín, José Javier Peguero-Pina, Domingo Sancho-Knapik, editors
    QK495.Q4

  • Membrane organization and dynamics / Amitabha Chattopadhyay, editor
    QH601

  • Microorganisms for green revolution. Deepak G. Panpatte, Yogeshvari K. Jhala, Rajababu V. Vyas, Harsha N. Shelat, editors
    QR51

  • Stem cell microenvironments and beyond / Alexander Birbrair, editor
    QH588.S83

  • Mathematical and statistical applications in life sciences and engineering / Avishek Adhikari, Mahima Ranjan Adhikari, Yogendra Prasad Chaubey, editors
    QH324

  • Volatiles and food security : role of volatiles in agro-ecosystems / Devendra K. Choudhary, Anil K. Sharma, Prachi Agarwal, Ajit Varma, Narendra Tuteja, editors
    QR351

  • Intangible life : functorial connections in relational biology / A.H. Louie
    QH331

  • The physics of the mind and brain disorders : integrated neural circuits supporting the emergence of mind / Ioan Opris, Manuel F. Casanova, editors
    QP376
    This book covers recent advances in the understanding of brain structure, function and disorders based on the fundamental principles of physics. It covers a broad range of physical phenomena occurring in the brain circuits for perception, cognition, emotion and action, representing the building blocks of the mind. It provides novel insights into the devastating brain disorders of the mind such as schizophrenia, dementia, autism, aging or addictions, as well as into the new devices for brain repair. The book is aimed at basic researchers in the fields of neuroscience, physics, biophysics and clinicians in the fields of neurology, neurosurgery, psychology, psychiatry.

  • Production of plant derived natural compounds through hairy root culture / Sonia Malik, editor
    QK898.B54

  • Uptake and trafficking of protein toxins / Holger Barth, editor
    QP632.B3

  • The multiple inert gas elimination technique (MIGET) / Susan R. Hopkins, Peter D. Wagner
    QP124

  • Emerging concepts targeting immune checkpoints in cancer and autoimmunity / Akihiko Yoshimura, editor
    QR186

  • The Jatropha genome / Suguru Tsuchimoto, editor
    QK495.E9
    This book presents the genetics and genomics of Jatropha, which is used for biofuel, and shows how plant genomics can be used to improve plant breeding. The utilization of plant biofuels is a promising solution to global issues such as the depletion of fossil fuels and resources and climate change. Jatropha curcas L. (jatropha) is a species of shrub belonging to the Euphorbiaceae family. Native to Mesoamerica, it is now grown widely in tropical and subtropical areas in America, Africa and Asia. The seed oil of Jatropha is a suitable source for biodiesel or bio jet fuel, and since it is not edible and can grow in semi-arid lands unsuitable for the cultivation of food crops, its production does not compete with that of food to inflate its price. The characteristics of this promising biofuel plant, however, have not been fully exploited in terms of breeding, mainly because of the lack of information on its genetics and genomics. The structure of the whole genome of Jatropha is analyzed, providing insights into on the plant's genetic system and accelerating the molecular breeding process.

  • Brain-computer interface research : a state-of-the-art summary 6 / Christoph Guger, Brendan Allison, Mikhail Lebedev, editors
    QP360.7

  • Atlas of crabs of the Persian Gulf / Reza Naderloo
    QL444.M33
    This illustrated atlas describes 256 extant brachyuran crab species in the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. Identification keys are provided for 37 brachyuran families, 144 genera and 256 species on the basis of their main synapomorphies. Brief but precise descriptions highlighting the main characteristics are also provided for every family.
    The atlas displays features high-quality color photos, offering a hands-on guide and equipping readers to readily diagnose crab species in the region. Importantly, a line drawing of the first male gonopod, as well as its main diagnostic characteristics, are provided for all species. Further, every species is supplemented with synonymies that encompass the original descriptions, overall revision of the given taxa, monographs and all records from the northwestern Indian Ocean including the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman.
    For each species, the book provides detailed local and global distribution maps, together with important ecological data including habitat preference. Further, it includes a general introduction to the brachyuran crabs with schematic drawings of their external morphology, as well as a comprehensive introduction to the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman as marine ecoregions (geography, hydrology, biology, and environmental condition).
    The book offers an indispensable guide for all professionals, researchers, and students interested in brachyuran crabs around the globe and particularly in the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman.

  • The Broca-Wernicke doctrine : a historical and clinical perspective on localization of language functions / Geert-Jan Rutten
    QP385

  • Imaging in stem cell transplant and cell-based therapy / Tarun Pandey, editor
    QH588.S83

  • Clinical anatomy of the shoulder : an atlas / Murat Bozkurt, Halil İbrahim Açar, editors
    QM541

  • Cannabis sativa L.--botany and biotechnology / Suman Chandra, Hemant Lata, Mahmoud A. ElSohly, editors
    QK495.C194

  • History of human genetics : aspects of its development and global perspectives / Heike I. Petermann, Peter S. Harper, Susanne Doetz, editors
    QH431

  • Neural connectomics challenge / Demian Battaglia, Isabelle Guyon, Vincent Lemaire, Javier Orlandi, Bisakha Ray, Jordi Soriano, editors ; foreword by Florin Popescu
    QP357.5

  • The long-term fate of invasive species : aliens forever or integrated immigrants with time? / Arne Jernelöv
    QH353

  • Ecosystem functions and management : theory and practice / Harpinder Sandhu, editor
    QH541.15.E267

  • Non-coding RNAs in the vasculature / Thomas Thum, Stefanie Dimmeler, editors
    QP623

  • Microbial ecology of extreme environments / Caroline Chénard, Federico M. Lauro, editors
    QR100.9

  • Ecosystems and living resources of the Baltic Sea : their assessment and management / Evald Ojaveer
    QH77.B35

  • Xenobiotics in the soil environment : monitoring, toxicity and management / Muhammad Zaffar Hashmi, Vivek Kumar, Ajit Varma, editors
    QR111

    This book describes the vast variety of xenobiotics, such as pesticides, antibiotics, antibiotic resistance genes, agrochemicals and other pollutants, their interactions with the soil environment, and the currently available strategies and techniques for soil decontamination and bioremediation. Topics covered include: transport mechanisms of pollutants along the Himalayas; use of earthworms in biomonitoring; metagenomic strategies for assessing contaminated sites; xenobiotics in the food chain; phyto-chemical remediation; biodegradation by fungi; and the use of enzymes and potential microbes in biotransformation. Accordingly, the book offers a valuable guide for scientists in the fields of environmental ecology, soil and food sciences, agriculture, and applied microbiology.




  • Biological timekeeping : clocks, rhythms and behaviour / Vinod Kumar, editor
    QH527

    This book is a concise, comprehensive and up-to-date account of fundamental concepts and potential applications of biological timekeeping mechanisms in animals and humans. It also discusses significant aspects of the organization and importance of timekeeping mechanisms in both groups. Divided into seven sections, it addresses important aspects including fundamental concepts; animal and human clocks; clock interactions; clocks and metabolism and immune functions; pineal, melatonin and timekeeping; and clocks, photoperiodism and seasonal behaviours. The book also focuses on biological clock applications in a 24x7 human society, particularly in connection with life-style associated disorders like obesity and diabetes. It is a valuable resource for advanced undergraduates, researchers and professionals engaged in the study of the science of biological timekeeping.


  • The neuropilins : role and function in health and disease / Gera Neufeld, Ofra Kessler, editors
    QP552.N43

    This book covers basic research topics such as the structure-function relationships of neuropilins and mechanisms of neuropilin-mediated signal transduction, details the most important roles of the neuropilins in developmental biology, and addresses their roles in various conditions such as cancer and various eye diseases.

    The two neuropilin genes encode scaffold receptors that can bind several different ligands, and also associate with many other receptors and modify their activity. Further, it has been confirmed that they play important roles in the shaping of major organs and tissues such as the nervous system and the vascular system, and that they can modulate immune responses.

    The book offers a helpful guide for biomedical researchers and all scientists active in the neurosciences, vascular and molecular biology, as well as developmental biology and immunology.


  • Birds as useful indicators of high nature value farmlands : using species distribution models as a tool for monitoring the health of agro-ecosystems / Federico Morelli, Piotr Tryjanowski, editors
    QH541.15.I5

  • Molecular pathogenesis and signal transduction by helicobacter pylori / Nicole Tegtmeyer, Steffen Backert, editors
    QR201.H44

  • Mimicry and meaning : structure and semiotics of biological mimicry / Timo Maran
    QH546

  • Luminescence in electrochemistry : applications in analytical chemistry, physics and biology / Fabien Miomandre, Pierre Audebert, editors
    QP519.9.F56
    This book highlights the various topics in which luminescence and electrochemistry are intimately coupled. The topic of this book is clearly at the frontier between several scientific domains involving physics, chemistry and biology. Applications in these various fields naturally also need to be mentioned, especially concerning displays and advanced investigation techniques in analytical chemistry or for biomedical issues.

  • Genetics and genomics of Setaria / Andrew Doust, Xianmin Diao, editors
    QK495.G74

  • Microtechnology for cell manipulation and sorting / Wonhee Lee, Peter Tseng, Dino Di Carlo, editors
    QH585.2
    This book delves into the recent developments in the microscale and microfluidic technologies that allow manipulation at the single and cell aggregate level. Expert authors review the dominant mechanisms that manipulate and sort biological structures, making this a state-of-the-art overview of conventional cell sorting techniques, the principles of microfluidics, and of microfluidic devices. All chapters highlight the benefits and drawbacks of each technique they discuss, which include magnetic, electrical, optical, acoustic, gravity/sedimentation, inertial, deformability, and aqueous two-phase systems as the dominant mechanisms utilized by microfluidic devices to handle biological samples. Each chapter explains the physics of the mechanism at work, and reviews common geometries and devices to help readers decide the type of style of device required for various applications. This book is appropriate for graduate-level biomedical engineering and analytical chemistry students, as well as engineers and scientists working in the biotechnology industry.

  • The Routledge handbook of neuroethics / edited by L. Syd M. Johnson and Karen S. Rommelfanger
    QP 376 R758 2018eb

  • Neuroimaging personality, social cognition, and character / editor, John R. Absher ; co-editor, Jasmin Cloutier
    QP 376.6 N48 2016eb

    Neuroimaging Personality, Social Cognition, and Character covers the science of combining brain imaging with other analytical techniques for use in understanding cognition, behavior, consciousness, memory, language, visual perception, emotional control, and other human attributes. Multidimensional brain imaging research has led to a greater understanding of character traits such as honesty, generosity, truthfulness, and foresight previously unachieved by quantitative mapping. This book summarizes the latest brain imaging research pertaining to character with structural and functional human brain imaging in both normal individuals and those with brain disease or disorder, including psychiatric disorders. By reviewing and synthesizing the latest structural and functional brain imaging research related to character, this book situates itself into the larger framework of cognitive neuroscience, psychiatric neuroimaging, related fields of research, and a wide range of academic fields, such as politics, psychology, medicine, education, law, and religion.

    Provides a novel innovative reference on the emerging use of neuroimaging to reveal the biological substrates of character, such as optimism, honesty, generosity, and others Features chapters from leading physicians and researchers in the field Contains full-color text that includes both an overview of multiple disciplines and a detailed review of modern neuroimaging tools as they are applied to study human character Presents an integrative volume with far-reaching implications for guiding future imaging research in the social, psychological and medical sciences, and for applying these findings to a wide range of non-clinical disciplines such as law, politics, and religion Connects brain structure and function to human character and integrates modern neuroimaging techniques and other research methods for this purpose

  • Making a scientific case for conscious agency and free will / W.R. Klemm
    QP 360.5 K54 2016eb

    Making a Scientific Case for Conscious Agency and Free Will makes a series of arguments that certain human behaviors are impossible to explain in the absence of free will, and that free will emerges from materialistic processes of brain function. It outlines future directions for neuroscience studies that can harness emerging technologies and tools for systems-level analysis.

    All humans have the sensation that they consciously will certain things to happen and that, in the absence of external constraints, they are free to choose from among alternatives. This notion of free will is deemed obvious by the average person based on common experience. Free will is frequently defended with arguments stemming from social, legal, philosophical, and religious perspectives. But these arguments appeal to consequences--not causes--of choices and decisions. In the past 3 decades, debate has raged within the scientific community over whether free will is in fact an illusion. Because free will would require conscious agency, the supporting corollary is that consciousness itself cannot do anything and is merely an observer rather than an actor.

    Considers arguments for and against free will from religious, social, legal, and neuroscience perspectives Provides thorough coverage of the manifold human behaviors that can be explained only by free will, from consciousness to creativity Outlines future directions for further neuroscience research into the topic

  • The postgenomic condition : ethics, justice, and knowledge after the genome / Jenny Reardon
    QH 431 R297 2017
    Now that we have sequenced the human genome, what does it mean? In The Postgenomic Condition , Jenny Reardon critically examines the decade after the Human Genome Project, and the fundamental questions about meaning, value and justice this landmark achievement left in its wake.

    Drawing on more than a decade of research--in molecular biology labs, commercial startups, governmental agencies, and civic spaces--Reardon demonstrates how the extensive efforts to transform genomics from high tech informatics practiced by a few to meaningful knowledge beneficial to all exposed the limits of long-cherished liberal modes of knowing and governing life. Those in the American South challenged the value of being included in genomics when no hospital served their community. Ethicists and lawyers charged with overseeing Scottish DNA and data questioned how to develop a system of ownership for these resources when their capacity to create things of value--new personalized treatments--remained largely unrealized. Molecular biologists who pioneered genomics asked whether their practices of thinking could survive the deluge of data produced by the growing power of sequencing machines. While the media is filled with grand visions of precision medicine, The Postgenomic Condition shares these actual challenges of the scientists, entrepreneurs, policy makers, bioethicists, lawyers, and patient advocates who sought to leverage liberal democratic practices to render genomic data a new source of meaning and value for interpreting and caring for life. It brings into rich empirical focus the resulting hard on-the-ground questions about how to know and live on a depleted but data-rich, interconnected yet fractured planet, where technoscience garners significant resources, but deeper questions of knowledge and justice urgently demand attention.

  • Synthetic gene network : modeling, analysis, and robust design methods / Bor-Sen Chen, Laboratory of Control and Systems Biology, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan and Yu-Chao Wang, Institute of Biomedical Informatics, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan
    QH430 .C44 2014

    This book develops a rational design and systematic approach to construct a gene network with desired behaviors. In order to achieve this goal, the registry of standard biological parts and experimental techniques are introduced at first. Then these biological components are characterized by a standard modeling method and collected in the component libraries, which can be efficiently reused in engineering synthetic gene networks. Based on the system theory, some design specifications are provided to engineer the synthetic gene networks to robustly track the desired trajectory by employing the component libraries.


  • Human factors in lighting / Peter R. Boyce
    QP82.2.L5 B69 2014

    The availability of electric lighting has changed the lives of people the world over, yet as a major user of electricity it has come under increasing scrutiny in recent years. This scrutiny has focused largely on the environmental consequences, with little consideration of the benefits of lighting. Human Factors in Lighting, Third Edition restores some balance to the discussion by examining the ways in which people interact with lighting. These interactions influence the ability to perform visual tasks; the perception of people, objects, and spaces; human comfort and behavior; as well as human health and safety. It is only by understanding how to use light to achieve these ends that lighting can be provided effectively and efficiently to the benefit of all.

    See What's New in the Third Edition:

    New chapters on the non-image-forming system, lighting for pedestrians, light pollution, and lighting and electricity use Revision of all other chapters to update them to take into account the advances that have been made in our understanding of the effects of light on people over the last decade Integration of the combined effects of light via the visual and non-image-forming systems on performance and perception

    The book covers both the visual and the non-visual effects of light on people as well as the benefits of lighting and the costs it imposes on the environment. It details the consequences of exposure to lighting or lighting technology and the role of exposure to light on such basic functions of the body as circadian rhythms. The author combines information from many different sources and integrates them into a coherent overview of lighting practice that can be used to develop better lighting solutions at a lower environmental cost.


  • Epidemiology of electromagnetic fields / edited by Martin R??sli
    QP82.2.E43 E65 2014

    Appeals to a Wide Audience

    Fueled by more than 30 years of intensive research and debate on the impact of electromagnetic fields (EMF) on everyday life--starting with residential exposure to magnetic fields and the development of childhood cancer in the 70s and continuing with risk of exposure via wireless communications in present day--Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fieldsaddresses ongoing public and scientific controversy surrounding the possible effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) to human health, and provides an in-depth introduction into the methodology of environmental epidemiology that is appropriate for all levels, from student to practicing engineer.

    Exposure to EMF

    Focusing primarily on EMF examples, the author presents the general principles and methodological concepts in environmental epidemiology. Topics of importance in the first part of the book include epidemiological study designs, exposure assessment methods and implications for the study results, as well as selection bias, confounding, and other biases including reverse causality and ecological fallacy. The second part of the book covers environmental epidemiological methods in detail and outlines key examples such as childhood leukemia and exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields, as well as examples that look at brain tumors and mobile phone use. The book also offers a detailed discussion on the range of EMF sources and exposures. In addition, it highlights the sophisticated assessment methods required to address exposure situations, and provides a historical perspective. The third part of the book examines how EMF exposure from the use of wireless communication techniques and other challenges affect risk assessment today and also details future developments.

    Explores environmental epidemiological methods in detail, while critically discussing epidemiological findings Provides a state-of-the-art overview of the scientific evidence of the health effects of EMF Considers how novelty, the steep increase of radiofrequency (RF) EMF exposure from wireless communications, and other challenges affect risk assessment today

    Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fieldsprovides a thorough overview of the subject, and evaluates the scientific evidence surrounding the possible health effects of EMFs.


  • Molecular biology of the cell : the problems book / John Wilson and Tim Hunt
    QH 581.2 W555 2015

    The Problems Bookhelps students appreciate the ways in which experiments and simple calculations can lead to an understanding of how cells work by introducing the experimental foundation of cell and molecular biology. Each chapter reviews key terms, tests for understanding basic concepts, and poses research-based problems. The Problems Bookhas been designed to correspond with the first twenty chapters of Molecular Biology of the Cell, Sixth Edition.


  • An introduction to behavioral endocrinology / Randy J. Nelson, the Ohio State University, Lance J. Kriegsfeld, University of California, Berkeley
    QP 356.45 N45 2017
    An Introduction to Behavioral Endocrinology describes interactions among hormones, brain, and behaviour from a historical perspective. Emphasizing a comparative approach, the text explores the endocrine mechanisms that have evolved in both human and nonhuman animals to solve common problems insurvival and reproduction.

  • The biochemistry of pollution / J.H. Ottaway
    QP 82.2 P6 O87 1980

  • Social by nature : the promise and peril of sociogenomics / Catherine Bliss
    QH 457.5 B54 2018

    Sociogenomics has rapidly become one of the trendiest sciences of the new millennium. Practitioners view human nature and life outcomes as the result of genetic and social factors. In Social by Nature , Catherine Bliss recognizes the promise of this interdisciplinary young science, but also questions its implications for the future. As she points out, the claim that genetic similarities cause groups of people to behave in similar ways is not new--and a dark history of eugenics warns us of its dangers.

    Over the last decade, sociogenomics has enjoyed a largely uncritical rise to prominence and acceptance in popular culture. Researchers have published studies showing that things like educational attainment, gang membership, and life satisfaction are encoded in our DNA long before we say our first word. Strangely, unlike the racial debates over IQ scores in the '70s and '90s, sociogenomics has not received any major backlash. By exposing the shocking parallels between sociogenomics and older, long-discredited, sciences, Bliss persuasively argues for a more thoughtful public reception of any study that reduces human nature to a mere sequence of genes.

    This book is a powerful call for researchers to approach their work in more socially responsible ways, and a must-read for anyone who wants to better understand the scholarship that impacts how we see ourselves and our society.


  • Cyberpsychology and the brain : the interaction of neuroscience and affective computing / Thomas D. Parsons, University of North Texas
    QP 355.2 P368 2017
    Cyberpsychology is a relatively new discipline that is growing at an alarming rate. While a number of cyberpsychology-related journals and books have emerged, none directly address the neuroscience behind it. This book proposes a framework for integrating neuroscience and cyberpsychology for the study of social, cognitive, and affective processes, and the neural systems that support them. A brain-based cyberpsychology can be understood as a branch of psychology that studies the neurocognitive, affective, and social aspects of humans interacting with technology, as well as the affective computing aspects of humans interacting with computational devices or systems. As such, a cyberpsychologist working from a brain-based cyberpsychological framework studies both the ways in which persons make use of devices and the neurocognitive processes, motivations, intentions, behavioural outcomes, and effects of online and offline uses of technology. Cyberpsychology and the Brain brings researchers into the vanguard of cyberpsychology and brain research.

  • The gestation of German biology : philosophy and physiology from Stahl to Schelling / John H. Zammito
    QH 320 G3 Z355 2018
    The emergence of biology as a distinct science in the eighteenth century has long been a subject of scholarly controversy. Michel Foucault, on the one hand, argued that its appearance only after 1800 represented a fundamental rupture with the natural history that preceded it, marking the beginnings of modernity. Ernst Mayr, on the other hand, insisted that even the word "biology" was unclear in its meaning as late as 1800, and that the field itself was essentially prospective well into the 1800s.

    In The Gestation of German Biology , historian of ideas John Zammito presents a different version of the emergence of the field, one that takes on both Foucault and Mayr and emphasizes the scientific progress throughout the eighteenth century that led to the recognition of the need for a special science. The embrace of the term biology around 1800, Zammito shows, was the culmination of a convergence between natural history and human physiology that led to the development of comparative physiology and morphology--the foundations of biology. Magisterial in scope, Zammito's book offers nothing less than a revisionist history of the field, with which anyone interested in the origins of biology will have to contend.

  • Haploidentical Stem Cell Transplantation : an Emerging Treatment Modality / edited by Taner Demirer
    QH588.S83

  • Theoretical molecular biophysics / Philipp O.J. Scherer, Sighart F. Fischer
    QH506

  • Mitochondrial DNA and diseases Hongzhi Sun, Xiangdong Wang, editors
    QP624.5.M58

  • Skin permeation and disposition of therapeutic and cosmeceutical compounds Kenji Sugibayashi, editor
    QP88.5

  • Data Analytics for Protein Crystallization Marc L. Pusey, Ramazan Savas Aygun
    QH324.2

  • Modelling proteasome dynamics in a Bayesian framework / Sabine Stübler
    QP551

  • Glutathione in Plant Growth, Development, and Stress Tolerance
    QK898.G485

  • Biodiversity and conservation of woody plants / M.R. Ahuja, S. Mohan Jain, editors
    QH75

  • The biology of mammalian spermatogonia / Jon M. Oately, Michael D. Griswold, editors
    QL966

  • Endophytes : crop productivity and protection. Dinesh K. Maheshwari, K. Annapurna, editors
    QR351

  • Salicylic acid : a multifaceted hormone / Rahat Nazar, Noushina Iqbal, Nafees A. Khan, editors
    QK898.H67

  • DJ-1/PARK7 protein : Parkinson's disease, cancer and oxidative stress-induced diseases / Hiroyoshi Ariga, Sanae M.M. Iguchi-Ariga, editors
    QP551

  • Pathophysiological aspects of proteases / Sajal Chakraborti, Naranjan S. Dhalla, editors
    QP609.P78

  • Computational neuroscience : first Latin American Workshop, LAWCN 2017, Porto Alegre, Brazil, November 22-24, 2017, Proceedings / Dante Augusto Couto Barone, Eduardo Oliveira Teles, Christian Puhlmann Brackmann (eds.)
    QP357.5

  • Precision medicine, CRISPR, and genome engineering moving from association to biology and therapeutics / Stephen H. Tsang, editor
    QH442

  • Plant responses to hyperarid desert environments Monier M. Abd El-Ghani... [et al.]
    QK938.D4

  • Flora and vegetation of the Czech Republic
    QK339.C8

  • Strain Variation in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex its role in biology, epidemiology and control / Sebastien Gagneux, editor
    QR201.T6

  • Elements of neurogeometry functional architectures of vision / Jean Petitot
    QP383
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