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Handbook of Pesticides: Methods of Pesticide Residues Analysis (PDF)

Handbook of Pesticides
Author: Leo M.L. Nollet & Hamir Singh Rathore
Release at: 2010
Pages: 630
Edition: First Edition (Methods of Pesticide Residues Analysis)
File Size: 8 MB
File Type: PDF
Language: English



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Handbook of Pesticides by Leo M.L. Nollet & Hamir Singh Rathore is a great Agriculture book for pesticides study available in PDF download. With the introduction of fertilizers and high-yielding varieties of cereals, and other commercial crops, management in agriculture has assumed a new dimension in countries such as India. With the provision of assured irrigation facilities, the intensity of land use has also been stepped up. To avoid risk factors in this high-cost and high-intensity crop management system, farmers need an effective and inexpensive plant protection schedule; this is the reason for the manyfold increase in the use of chemical plant protection in the last two decades.

Chemical plant protection is profi t-induced poisoning of the environment. Among the chemicals used, the organochlorine insecticides have been the major cause of anxiety for ecologists, not only because they persist for so long but also because of the ease with which they are taken up into the bodies of living organisms, especially the fatty tissues of both animals and humans.

Our information on the occurrence of residues in various parts of the environment is very uneven and localized. For example, a great deal of data on residues are available in China (29%), the United States (13%), Japan (7%), India (6%), Spain (6%), and Germany (5%), while we know virtually nothing about the extent of pesticide contamination in Africa, South America, and much of Asia (Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, etc.), although large amounts of organochlorine insecticides have been used in these regions.




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PART I General Aspects

Chapter 2: Methods of and Problems in Analyzing Pesticide Residues in the Environment

Chapter 3: Pesticides: Past, Present, and Future

Chapter 4: Scope and Limitations of Neem Products and Other Botanicals in Plant Protection: A Perspective

PART II Techniques and Analysis

Chapter 5: Analysis of Pesticides in Food Samples by Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

Chapter 6: Disposable Electrochemical Biosensors for Environmental Analysis

Chapter 7: Determination of Pesticides by Matrix Solid-Phase Dispersion and Liquid Chromatography–Tandem Mass Spectrometry

Chapter 8: Analysis of Pesticide Residue Using Electroanalytical Techniques

Chapter 9: Use of Planar Chromatography in Pesticide Residue Analysis

Chapter 10: Role of Surfactants in Thin-Layer Chromatography of Pesticides

Chapter 11: Pressurized Liquid Extraction and Liquid Chromatographic Analysis of Pesticide Residues

Chapter 12: Analysis of Pesticides by Chemiluminescence Detection

Chapter 13: Simple and Affordable Methods: Spectrophotometric, Thin-Layer Chromatographic, and Volumetric Determination of Pesticide Residues

Chapter 14: Recent Trends in Sample Preparation for Pesticide Analysis

PART III Pesticides and the Environment

Chapter 15: Medicinal Plants, Pesticide Residues, and Analysis

Chapter 16: Sample Preparation and Quantifi cation of Pesticide Residues in Water

Chapter 17: Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Milk, Eggs, and Meat

Chapter 18: Determination of Pesticide Residues in Fruits and Vegetables by Using GC–MS and LC–MS

Chapter 19: Pesticides in Fish and Wildlife

Chapter 20: Determination of Pesticides in Human Blood and Urine by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography

Chapter 21: Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Animal Feed

Chapter 22: Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Soils

Index

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Principles & Techniques of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 6th Edition (PDF)

Principles & Techniques of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 6th Edition (PDF)
Author: Keith Wilson & John Walker
Release at: 2005
Pages: 806
Edition: 6th Edition
File Size: 31 MB
File Type: PDF
Language: English



Description of Principles & Techniques of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 6th Edition (PDF)

Principles & Techniques of Biochemistry 6th Edition by Keith Wilson & John Walke is a great book for Biochemistry studies, available in PDF download. Principles & Techniques of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 6th Edition book is set for the task of producing an undergraduate text that covered the theoretical principles and practical details of the experimental techniques that are basic to an understanding of, and that support advances in, biochemistry. In the 30 years that have elapsed since the first edition was launched in 1975, there have been dramatic advances in our understanding of the biochemical processes that characterise living cells. Such advances are typified by the recent completion of theHuman Genome Project and the emergence of numerous allied fields of study such as bioinformatics and proteomics.

The new generic discipline of molecular biology embraces many of these areas of research and so we have felt it appropriate to broaden the title of the book to include molecular biology, as it clearly falls within our original objective. In the process of taking a decision on the content of this sixth edition of our book, we have also attempted to respond to the extremely constructive and encouraging feedback we have received to the survey we conducted of the many academic departments in UK and overseas universities and other institutions that routinely use our book and recommend it to their students

The outcome is that we have broadened the topics covered within the book by including two new chapters, one on cell culture, the other on microscopy. In addition we have considered it appropriate to include major new sections on the principles and practice of clinical biochemistry, including diagnostic enzymology and the statistical considerations underlying the assessment of the quality of quantitative analytical biochemical data and the role and operation of external quality assessment schemes such as the UK NEQAS. We have also taken the decision to modify our original aim of concentrating on those experimental techniques that undergraduates are most likely to encounter in their practical classes and, instead, to discuss all the techniques that now contribute to the rapid advances in our understanding of cellular function.




Content of Principles & Techniques of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 6th Edition (PDF)


Chapter 1: Basic principles

Chapter 2: Cell culture techniques

Chapter 3: Centrifugation

Chapter 4: Microscopy

Chapter 5: Molecular biology, bioinformatics and basic techniques

Chapter 6: Recombinant DNA and genetic analysis

Chapter 7: Immunochemical techniques

Chapter 8: Protein structure, purification, characterisation and function analysis

Chapter 9: Mass spectrometric techniques

Chapter 10: Electrophoretic techniques

Chapter 11: Pasteurellaceae: Avibacterium, Bibersteinia, Mannheimia, and PasteurellaChromatographic techniques

Chapter 12: Spectroscopic techniques: I Atomic and molecular electronic spectroscopy

Chapter 13: Spectroscopic techniques: II Vibrational spectroscopy and electron and nuclear spin orientation in magnetic fields

Chapter 14: Radioisotope techniques

Chapter 15: Enzymes

Chapter 16: Cell membrane receptors

Index

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Animal Behavior An Evolutionary Approach 11th Edition (PDF)

Animal Behavior An Evolutionary Approach 11th Edition (PDF)
Author: Dustin R. Rubenstein & John Alcock
Release at: 2019
Pages: 668
Edition: 11th Edition
File Size: 42 MB
File Type: PDF
Language: English



Description of Animal Behavior An Evolutionary Approach 11th Edition (PDF)

Animal Behavior An Evolutionary Approach 11th Edition by Dustin R. R. & J. Alcock is a great Zoology book available for PDF download. For more than 40 years, Animal Behavior has been the leading textbook for intrducing undergraduate students to the topic of animal behavior. John Alcock authored the first edition of this book in 1975, and after 9 subsequent versions, this 11th edition brings on a new lead author, Dustin Rubenstein. The 11th edition maintains its narrative tone as well as its focus on both evolutionary and mechanistic approaches to understanding how and why animals as different as insects and humans behave the way they do. In an effort to keep up with the rapidly evolving field of animal behavior, this new version also brings a more integrative approach to studying behavior, emphasizing the growing body of research linking behavior to the brain, genes, and hormones, as well as to the surrounding ecological and social environments.

Topics like epigenetics and collective behaviors are highlighted for the first time. Additionally, the book covers the growing number of comparative phylogenetic studies in animal behavior that make use of ever-larger molecular phylogenies to generate and test new ideas in the evolution of animal behaviors. Ultimately, the book retains its primary goal of giving students a window into the various level of analysis that researchers use to explain why all living things—including humans—behave, often in complex ways.

In addition to a new lead author, the 11th edition features several new approaches and features that support both student learning and instructor teaching. After extensive research concluded that most users prefer the classic organizational structure from early editions, rather than the changes that were made in the 10th edition, the book returns to its classic organizational structure, with proximate mechanisms introduced early in the book and before an extended discussion of the ultimate factors underlying behavior. Yet, each chapter attempts to highlight both proximate and ultimate explanations throughout, illustrating the integrative nature of the field today.




Content of Animal Behavior An Evolutionary Approach 11th Edition (PDF)


CHAPTER 1: An Introduction to Animal Behavior

CHAPTER 2: The Integrative Study of Behavior

CHAPTER 3: The Developmental and Genetic Bases of Behavior

CHAPTER 4: The Neural Basis of Behavior

CHAPTER 5: The Physiological Basis of Behavior

CHAPTER 6: Avoiding Predators and Finding Food

CHAPTER 7: Territoriality and Migration

CHAPTER 8: Principles of Communication

CHAPTER 9: Reproductive Behavior

CHAPTER 10: Mating Systems

CHAPTER 11: Parental Care

CHAPTER 12: Principles of Social Evolution

CHAPTER 13: Social Behavior and Sociality

CHAPTER 14: Human Behavior

INDEX

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Physics for Scientists and Engineers 2nd Edition (PDF)

Physics for Scientists and Engineers 2nd Edition (PDF)
Author: Robert Hawkes, Javed Iqbal, Firas Mansour,
Marina Milner-Bolotin & Peter Williams
Release at: 2019
Pages: 1360
Edition: 2nd Edition
File Size: 66 MB
File Type: PDF
Language: English



Description of Physics for Scientists and Engineers 2nd Edition (PDF)

Physics for Scientists and Engineers 2nd Edition by R. Hawkes, J. Iqbal, F. Mansour, M. Milner-Bolotin & P. Williams is a great book available in PDF download. Physics is an exciting field that has changed our understanding of the world we live in and has immense implications for our everyday lives. We believe physics should be seen as the creative process that it is, and we aim to help the reader feel their own thrill of discovery.

To that end, Physics for Scientist and Engineers: An Interactive Approach, Second Edition, has taken a unique student-first development model. Fundamental topics are developed gradually, with great attention to the logical transition from the simple to the complex, and from the intuitive to the mathematical, all while highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of physics. This inquisitive and inspirational science is further supported with current events in Canada and beyond, and innovative pedagogy based on Physics Education Research (PER) such as Interactive Activities, Checkpoints, unique problem-solving strategies via open-ended problems, and ending Examples with “Making sense of the results.”

The vision for this text was to develop it from the student perspective, providing the background, logical development of concepts, and sufficient rigour and challenge necessary to help students excel. It provides a significant array of engaging examples and original problems with varying levels of complexity.




Content of Physics for Scientists and Engineers 2nd Edition (PDF)


SECTION 1: Mechanics

Chapter 1: Introduction to Physics

Chapter 2: Scalars and Vectors

Chapter 3: Motion in One Dimension

Chapter 4: Motion in Two and Three Dimensions

Chapter 5: Forces and Motion

Chapter 6: Work and Energy

Chapter 7: Linear Momentum, Collisions, and Systems of Particles

Chapter 8: Rotational Kinematics and Dynamics

Chapter 9: Rolling Motion

Chapter 10: Equilibrium and Elasticity

Chapter 11: Gravitation

Chapter 12: Fluids

SECTION 2: Waves and Oscillations

Chapter 13: Oscillations

Chapter 14: Waves

Chapter 15: Sound and Interference

SECTION 3: Thermodynamics

Chapter 16: Temperature and the Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics

Chapter 17: Heat, Work, and the First Law of Thermodynamics

Chapter 18: Heat Engines and the Second Law of Thermodynamics

SECTION 4: Electricity, Magnetism, and Optics

Chapter 19: Electric Fields and Forces

Chapter 20: Gauss’s Law

Chapter 21: Electrical Potential Energy and Electric Potential

Chapter 22: Capacitance

Chapter 23: Electric Current and Fundamentals of DC Circuits

Chapter 24: Magnetic Fields and Magnetic Forces

Chapter 25: Electromagnetic Induction

Chapter 26: Alternating Current Circuits

Chapter 27: Electromagnetic Waves and Maxwell’s Equations

Chapter 28: Geometric Optics

Chapter 29: Physical Optics

SECTION 5: Modern Physics

Chapter 30: Relativity

Chapter 31: Fundamental Discoveries of Modern Physics

Chapter 32: Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

Chapter 33: Introduction to Solid-State Physics

Chapter 34: Introduction to Nuclear Physics

Chapter 35: Introduction to Particle Physics

APPENDIX A: Answers to Selected Problems A-1

APPENDIX B: SI Units and Prefixes B-1

APPENDIX C: Geometry and Trigonometry C-1

APPENDIX D: Key Calculus Ideas D-1

APPENDIX E: Useful Mathematic Formulas and Mathematical Symbols E-1

APPENDIX F: Periodic Table

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Environmental Physiology of Animals 2nd Edition (PDF)

Environmental Physiology of Animals 2nd Edition (PDF)
Author: Pat Willmer, Graham Stone & Ian Johnston
Release at: 2005
Pages: 779
Edition: 2nd Edition
File Size: 21 MB
File Type: PDF
Language: English



Description of Environmental Physiology of Animals 2nd Edition (PDF)

Environmental Physiology of Animals 2nd Edition by Pat Willmer, Graham Stone & Ian Johnston is a great book available in (eBook) PDF download. The first edition of this book found a useful place in many libraries and on the shelves of teachers and students as a text for a wide range of undergraduate courses, and we are glad that our targeted market found it readable, interesting and suitably up-to-date in its approach. Our general aim of integrating animal physiology into a more holistic approach, one that includes both an ecological setting and an appreciation of the range of behavioral responses open to individual animals before specific physiological responses need to come into play, has clearly met a need and found a receptive audience.

However, we met with two general criticisms that, although not aimed at the content or the written style, were enough to put off some of the potential users. Firstly, many readers while appreciating the consistent style of illustration found the book visually rather dull. We have been able to address that in this second edition by adding a colour to the production, making the figures both clearer and we hope more attractive. Secondly, and perhaps more importantly, many lecturers reported that they could not adopt this book as their core text for physiology courses because of the omission of material on excitable tissues and control systems. Leaving these topics out of the original book was a conscious decision designed to retain the strongly environmental flavour of the treatmentaafter all nerves, muscle and hormones are not inherently very variable between different habitats. Furthermore there are excellent treatments of nerve and muscle available at suitable levels in existing books on neurobiology.

This new edition will therefore provide a core text for students taking a wide range of physiological modules in colleges and universities, and it should also serve as a useful reference for many lecturers striving to keep updated on the interactions of animal physiology with their own related areas of ecology, behavior and environmental Biology.




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PART 1: BASIC PRINCIPLES

Chapter 1: The Nature and Levels of Adaptation

Chapter 2: Fundamental Mechanisms of Adaptation

Chapter 3: The Problems of Size and Scale

PART 2: CENTRAL ISSUES IN COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY

Chapter 4: Water, Ions, and Osmotic Physiology

Chapter 5: Animal Water Balance, Osmoregulation, and Excretion

Chapter 6: Metabolism and Energy Supply

Chapter 7: Respiration and Circulation

Chapter 8: Temperature and its Effects

Chapter 9: Excitable Tissues: Nervous Systems and Muscles

Chapter 10: Hormones and Chemical Control Systems

PART 3: COPING WITH THE ENVIRONMENT

Chapter 11: Marine Life

Chapter 12: Shorelines and Estuaries

Chapter 13: Fresh Water

Chapter 14: Special Aquatic Habitats

Chapter 15: Terrestrial Life

Chapter 16: Extreme Terrestrial Habitats

Chapter 17: Parasitic Habitats

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An Introduction to Behavioral Ecology 3rd Edition (PDF)

An Introduction to Behavioral Ecology 3rd Edition (PDF)
Author: J.R. Krebs & N.B. Davies
Release at: 1993
Pages: 437
Edition: 3rd Edition
File Size: 38 MB
File Type: PDF
Language: English



Description of An Introduction to Behavioral Ecology 3rd Edition (PDF)

An Introduction to Behavioral Ecology 3rd Edition by J.R. Krebs & N.B. Davies is a great book for Behavioral ecology, available in PDF download. This brief introduction describes the organization and contents of our book. The book is about the survival value of behaviour. We call this subject 'behavioural ecology' because the way in which behaviour contributes to survival and reproduction depends on ecology. If, for example, we want to answer the question 'How does living in a group contribute to an individual's survival?', we have to start thinking in terms of the animal's ecology; the kind of food it eats, its enemies, its nesting requirements and so on. These ecological pressures will determine whether grouping is favoured or penalized by selection. Behavioural ecology is not only concerned with the animal's struggle to survive by exploiting resources and avoiding predators, but also with how behaviour contributes to reproductive success. Much of the book is therefore about competition between individuals for the chance to reproduce and pass on their genes to future generations.

The book emphasizes the theoretical background to each subject discussed, but we prefer to illustrate the theory with examples after a very brief general introduction, rather than developing long, abstract, theoretical arguments. Although none of the ideas we have used are difficult to understand we have placed some of the more complicated arguments and details in boxes which can be ignored if the reader is in a hurry.

Finally a word about the style of presentation. We generally use convenient and informal shorthand rather than traditional formal scientific style. A phrase such as 'Offspring are selected to demand more food than the parent wants to give' is short for 'During the course of evolution selection acting on genetic differences in the begging behaviour of offspring will have favoured an increase in the intensity of begging. This increase will have been favoured to the extent where the level of begging by any individual offspring exceeds the optimum level for the parent'.




Content of An Introduction to Behavioral Ecology 3rd Edition (PDF)


Chapter 1: Natural Selection, Ecology and Behaviour

Chapter 2: Testing Hypotheses in Behavioural Ecology

Chapter 3: Economic Decisions and the Individual

Chapter 4: Predators versus Prey: Evolutionary Arms Races

Chapter 5: Competing for Resources

Chapter 6: Living in Groups

Chapter 7: Fighting and Assessment

Chapter 8: Sexual Conflict and Sexual Selection

Chapter 9: Parental Care and Mating Systems

Chapter 10: Alternative Breeding Strategies

Chapter 11: Co-operation and Helping in Birds, Mammals and Fish

Chapter 12: Altruism in the Social Insects

Chapter 13: The Design of Signals: Ecology and Evolution

Chapter 14: Conclusion

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Life at the Limits: Organisms in Extreme Environments (PDF)

Life at the Limits: Organisms in Extreme Environments (PDF)
Author: David A. Wharton
Release at: 2002
Pages: 319
Edition: 1st Edition
File Size: 2 MB
File Type: PDF
Language: English



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Life at the Limits written by David A. Wharton is one of the best book for understanding complexity of life origin, available in PDF download. I hope you will excuse me starting by talking about myself but it might help to explain some of my background and how I came to write this book. When I was doing my bachelor’s degree in Zoology at the University of Bristol in England, one of my final year projects was on the structure of the eggshell, and the hatching mechanisms of the eggs, of a nematode parasite of cockroaches that rejoices in the splendid name of Hammerschmidtiella diesingi (named after a German nematologist, Hammerschmidt). Nematodes are a group of worm-like invertebrate animals.

The eggshell turned out to have complex systems of pores and spaces in its outer layers. I stayed on at Bristol to do a PhD that followed up this work and looked at the eggshells of a variety of parasitic nematodes. The nematode eggshell is one of the most resistant of all biological structures. In some cases, it can even survive immersion in concentrated sulphuric acid. The eggshell has a layer of lipid, which restricts the exchange of materials between the egg and its environment. The eggs lose water very slowly when exposed to desiccation, enabling the larvae enclosed within them to survive the total loss of water from the egg. The pores in the eggshell of H. diesingi are involved in this process.

The free-living stages of some parasitic nematodes (those developing after the hatching of the egg), and of some free-living nematodes, show extraordinary abilities to survive extreme environmental stresses. They will tolerate freezing, complete desiccation and exposure to chemicals that are fatal to most other organisms (such as the fixatives used to kill and stabilise specimens for microscopy). Most of my career has been involved in trying to determine the mechanisms by which nematodes survive these extreme insults.




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Chapter 1: Introduction: extreme life

Chapter 2: Be it ever so humble

Chapter 3: Life without water

Chapter 4: The hot club

Chapter 5: Cold Lazarus

Chapter 6: More tough choices

Chapter 7: ‘It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it!’

Chapter 8: An extreme biology

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