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Medical Biochemistry and Biotechnology : Biochemistry for Medicine, Dental, Pharmacy and others

By: Dr. Amanullah Mohammed

...ine, dentistry, pharmacy, laboratory medicine, physiotherapy, veterinary science, agriculture, biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, biotechnology, molecular biology, etc. The main purpose is to provide an understanding of the basic concepts in biochemistry and biotechnology which are required for them in a simple and interesting manner. Though there are a lot of book...

... Connective Tissue 283 20.3 Muscle Tissue 287 20.4 Nervous Tissue 290 20.5 Liver 292 20.6 Kidney 293 20.7 Brain 294 20. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 296-333 20.1 Mendelian Genetics and Inheritance 296 20.2 Informational Macromolecules 305 20.3 DNA Replication 309 20.4 Transcription 312 20.5 Translation 317 20.6 Regulation of...

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The Renaissance of Science : The Story of the Cell and Biology

By: Dr. Albert Martini

...e sciences. Fundamental and historical development in the sciences. Great ideas that revolutionize our scientific world. The story of the cell and Biology. The birth of modern Biology. The rise of the modern University and experimental stations. The cell as the basic building block of life. The origin of life. The development of microbiology and microscopy. The ge...

...CE STARTED WITH THE GREAT MEN AND WOMEN OF SCIENCE ABSTRACT ON THE GENESIS OF AN ORDERLY AND SYSTEMATIC UNIVERSE 68 THE STORY OF THE CELL AND BIOLOGY 73 BIOLOGY AS A SCIENCE 73 BIOLOGICAL ORGANIZATION, HIERARCHY OF LIFE 73 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 74 THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES OF THE FUTURE 76 MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY 77 ABSTRACT ON OUR BEAUTIFUL GREEN PL...

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On The Origin Of The Human Mind, Second Edition

By: Ph.D. Andrey Vyshedskiy

...hat it should enter the literature as an alternative to the other theories that explain the origin of humans.” — FREDERICK E WASSERMAN, Professor of Biology, Boston University “The value of Vyshedskiy's book may rest on his highly original concept of mental synthesis and its possible neural basis. I am not a neuroscientist and cannot judge the plausibility of the neura...

..., since Charles Darwin proposed that species evolve under the influence of natural selection (Darwin C, 1859), have been marked by great discoveries. Molecular biology described the genetic principles underlying species evolution and identified specific changes in the human genome since our lineage split off from the chimpanzee line about six million years ago (Somel M, 20...

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The realities of reality : Part II, Making Sense of Why Modern Science Advances (Volume 1)

By: Fritz Dufour, MBA, DESS

...ormation Age, according to the book. Finally, the author talks about nanotechnology, which explores the world of small, meaning at the atomic and the molecular levels and is an inescapable tool in the molecular biology revolution which, itself, is an important factor in scientific progress and in transhumanism or human enhancement defined as the ideology according to which...

...Molecules………………………………………………………………………………………………………..91 2. Atomic Orbitals………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..........................92 3. Molecular Orbitals……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..99 4. The New Atomic Model…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….101 5. Role of Physics in the Understanding of Our Universe……………………………………………………...

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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...parrots? Yes, unless the manufacturers equip the robots with digital or optical or molecular representations of the human figure (masculine and fem... ...viruses, for instance). Why assume that extrasolar creatures must be endowed with a biology of some kind? But isn‟t life as we know it an unavoidab... ...the question. Multi-cellular entities on Earth are manifestations of Carbon-based biology. We cannot imagine beings whose complexity does not spri...

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From Chaos to Harmony

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...my of Sciences in Mos- cow, and an MSc in bio-cybernetics from the Faculty of Biology and Cybernetics at the Institute of Science at St. Petersburg ... ...olutionary Origin of an Altruistic Gene, published May 2006 in the Journal of Molecular Biology and Evolution. 14 From the biological point of view,... ... Origin of an Altruistic Gene, published May 2006 in the Journal of Molecular Biology and Evolution. 14 From the biological point of view, it is cus... ...mea- sures of human altruism: a fresh phenotype for the dopamine D4 receptor, Molecular Psychiatry, April 2005; 10(4):333-335. 19 Editor’s note: Per...

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Corpus of a Siam Mosquito

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...limbed up three flights of stairs. The air in the building smelled like a biology laboratory during the dissection of frogs. They entered: internal ... ...is brother's sweat. He could smell his body odor like any dog getting its molecular high. Jatupon thought it was very romantic. He smiled widely at...

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Algunos Aportes de Mario Crocco a La Neurobiología y Psicofísica - Contreras, Norberto C. - Ediciones Rueda (2014) : Colección de Estudios Iberoamericanos del Nexo Psicofísico

By: Norberto César Contreras

...rientes; en estado de vigilia ocurriría el fenómeno contrario", y mientras que la misma idea en nuestros días se acostumbra suponer realizada a nivel molecular, esta tradición iberoamericana, en particular a resultas de los aportes de Crocco, sostiene que un mecanismo delicadísimo, con base en la física relativística, es la fuente de todos los sindromes de desconexión, des...

...usalmente, porque la acción física viene cuantizada, 92 ** Contraste del cambio intramental y el cambio extramental: la diferencia entre molaridad y molecularidad en la acción causal - Las cosas pensadas son molares o unidades globales, porque son sectores del psiquismo autocognoscente diferenciados por operaciones que realiza semovientemente la misma alma del pensador. E...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...g stars. Atoms have the same relative proportional space between them in sub-molecular space as stars do in inter-galactic space. And they avoid e... ...rly all energy does this. Electrons have the same relative distance of inter- molecular space as light waves do in inter-galactic space. Electrons a... ...es in more and more complex, subtle, interrelations of subatomic, atomic, and molecular bonding. Examine the formation of Hydrogen and Helium. Exa... ...ental design of organic cells splitting is nothing new. Anyone who has taken Biology will recognize it. How organic cells split, how Life works is ... ...otality of 12 as its atomic weight: which is the gateway to a higher level of molecular combinations. As a result of this, the Carbon atom can stru... ...exagonal snowflakes again. They second time they froze inside a cloud: their molecular structure would be completely different. This would force we... ...heir facts into unconnected, detached, fields of bullshit called Physics, and Biology, and Organic Chemistry. Then they isolate the facts inside ea... ...quation ever used in mathematics, in technology, in Physics, in Astronomy, in Biology, in Particle Physics is wrong… They will have to admit that al... ...a profound insight like that. You have to go to University and specialize in biology to learn that… huh? Somebody explain this to me… I don’t unde...

...: Basic aspects and dynamics of the Organic Universe and Organic Life. 3: The origins of modern humans going back 25 million years. 4: Human Psycho-biology. 5: The beginnings of civilization. 6: The effect of civilization upon humans. 7: Death, the existence of evil and its effect on humans. Offered as a free E-book at: http://thepathofsplitness.com/ ...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...s have helped me to understand everything from software patents to synthetic biology. Jerry Reichman has supplied energy, insight, and a vii 37278_u00... ...ided cru- cial support to my work with the sciences in general and synthetic biology in particular. I was also inspired and informed by colleagues and... ...iol- ogy, Nobel laureates Sir John Sulston and Harold Varmus in genomics and biology more generally, Paul Ginsparg in astrophysics, and Harlan Onsrud ... ...xtually but much in terms of inspiration with an article I co-wrote for PLoS Biology with Arti Rai, “Synthetic Biology: Caught between Property Rights... ...Duke Law School’s research grants and Bost Fellowships. My work on synthetic biology and the human genome was supported in part by a CEER grant from t... ...” 12 The scientists describe their task in terms that should be familiar. “A molecular automaton is an engineered molecular system coupled to a (bio)m... ..., for example, owns patent number 6,774,222: This invention relates to novel molecular constructs that act as various logic elements, i.e., gates and ... ...protein. This basic unit can be assembled in any number of formats providing molecular constructs that act like traditional digital logic elements (fli... ...41, 46, 49, 52, 68, 168–170, 175, 177, 200, 237, 247–248, 269n31; over novel molecular constructs that act as various logic ele- ments (#6,774,222), 1...

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Kabbalah, Science and the Meaning of Life

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...a mere machine evolved as an offshoot of research in physics, chemistry, and biology. Eventually, physicists produced a perception that hu- mans are... ...n this mechanical worldview. Until the 1930’s, the predominant belief was that biology was different from all other sciences. It was believed that al... ...living entity that was not mere matter. However, the evolution of contemporary biology could take place only after it was decided to discard the idea... ...etic engineering, T H E C R E D I B I L I T Y O F Q UA N T U M T H E O RY 81 molecular biology, and pharmacology progressed through the life- less m... ...eering, T H E C R E D I B I L I T Y O F Q UA N T U M T H E O RY 81 molecular biology, and pharmacology progressed through the life- less mechanistic... ...e connection between physics and other sciences: All the sciences—chemistry, biology, zoology, anthropology, sociology, and every other sci- ence—de... ...ysics. The problem is that physics has already abandoned these mod- els. Even molecular biology, which studies the most minuscule objects, has yet t... ... outer layer of matter; others re- search deep into its structure, down to the molecular level and to the relationships between atoms and subatomic p...

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Yellow on the Outside, Shame on the inside : Asian Culture Revealed

By: Chi, Anson

...r or lawyer just like me so that we ended up “ ”— — taking the same pre-med biology classes for our final year here at UCI. Are you daydreaming agai... ...th an inquisitive look. “ ” Johnson says that the two of you are in the same molecular biology class together. “ ” Oh, yeah, that's right, Emilie conf... ...isitive look. “ ” Johnson says that the two of you are in the same molecular biology class together. “ ” Oh, yeah, that's right, Emilie confirms. We'r... ... doctor since I need to get ready for my big moment: Emilie. Rushing to my molecular biology class, I get there half an hour early and much to my s... ...nce I need to get ready for my big moment: Emilie. Rushing to my molecular biology class, I get there half an hour early and much to my surprise, I... ...AT itself is a grueling day-long examination that covers physics, chemistry, biology, as well as reading and writing comprehension. I really have to ... ... not least, is the biological sciences section, which concentrates on basic biology and biochemistry, the most important part of the entire exam. I c... .... It's always about — the money. Scene: Chapter 8 In Johnson and Emilie's Molecular Biology Class (first-person – reflection) Character: Johnson O...

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And Gulliver Returns Book V : My Visit to Singaling

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...d won it. Singaling has joined Singapore in its Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology. Researchers from around the world clamor to be... ... Singaling has joined Singapore in its Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology. Researchers from around the world clamor to be allowed to work in...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...But in a synergistic way, computing may actually be driven by advances in biology which are making it possible, as scientists learn more about DNA a... ...arbon nanotubes, in some ways the results of our abilities to work at the molecular level due to computing research, are far stronger than steel and... ...d may lead to new materials with exceptional qualities. - Medicine, biology, and materials science. For example, the use of transgenic goats to... ...der silk in their milk, as is being done by Nexia Biotechnologies. - "Molecular Manufacturing." As offshoots of much of the above research, scie... ...to preserve and transfer knowledge through time. It is called "memory" in biology - and "archive" in library science. The history of the Internet is... ...Yes, unless the manufacturers equip the robots with digital or optical or molecular equivalent of the human image in varying positions (standing, si... ...to preserve and transfer knowledge through time. It is called "memory" in biology - and "archive" in library science. The history of the Internet is...

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Interview with the Future

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ngs, humanity has developed various sciences such as physics, chemistry, biology etc. They are called Natural Sciences, and they are based on man’s... ...very unrefined. We cannot even feel what happens inside our own body, the molecular collisions, or the birth of new cells. Therefore, there are many... ...of the universe, in space and time. The wisdom of Kabbalah can teach you biology, chemistry, physics, you name it. You can learn psychiatry throug...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...on-random principle (such as the increase in order). This, exactly, is the case in biology. There is no reason in principle why not to construct a ... ...y the Jews attest to the veracity of this discovery. Judaism is founded on shared biology as much as shared history and customs. As a religion, it... ...antic, divergent changes in where the system "settles down" (finds a solution). In biology Gould and others have modified the theory of evolution t... ...s will be to preserve and transfer knowledge through time. It is called "memory" in biology - and "archive" in library science. The history of the I... ... Grey - that cross-gender communication is all but impossible. We are separated by biology, by history, by culture, by chemistry, by genetics, in s... ...arrots? Yes, unless the manufacturers equip the robots with digital or optical or molecular representations of the human figure (masculine and fem...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...on-random principle (such as the increase in order). This, exactly, is the case in biology. There is no reason in principle why not to construct a ... ...y the Jews attest to the veracity of this discovery. Judaism is founded on shared biology as much as shared history and customs. As a religion, it... ...antic, divergent changes in where the system "settles down" (finds a solution). In biology Gould and others have modified the theory of evolution t... ...s will be to preserve and transfer knowledge through time. It is called "memory" in biology - and "archive" in library science. The history of the I... ... Grey - that cross-gender communication is all but impossible. We are separated by biology, by history, by culture, by chemistry, by genetics, in s... ...arrots? Yes, unless the manufacturers equip the robots with digital or optical or molecular representations of the human figure (masculine and fem...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

... Against the Most Dangerous Emerging Pathogens: In- sights from Evolutionary Biology, 2 E I D, 245, 246 (Oct.– Dec. 1996) (“Lik... ...as been attrib- uted to Leonard Adleman, a professor of computer science and molecular biology at the University of Southern California. See Wikipedia... ...trib- uted to Leonard Adleman, a professor of computer science and molecular biology at the University of Southern California. See Wikipedia, Computer...

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First and Last Things : A Confession of Faith and a Rule of Life

By: H. G. Wells

...be- lief in the objective reality of classification of which my studies in biology and mineralogy had largely disabused me. Logic, it seemed to me, ha... ...igh, nor eye to see. The uni- verse at that plane to which the mind of the molecular physi- 20 First and Last Things cist descends has none of the sh... ...om- mon life whatever. This hand with which I write is, in the universe of molecular physics, a cloud of warring atoms and molecules, combining and re... ...ere of ether. You see, I hope, what I mean when I say that the universe of molecular physics is at a different level from the universe of common exper... ...f vibration of that. We have reached to a con- ception of that universe of molecular physics by a great en- terprise of organised analysis, and our un... ...y,—but what is its value beyond that? Is the scientific method of value in biology? The great advances made by Darwin and his school in biology were n... ...de. The science of society stands at the extreme end of the scale from the molecular sciences. In these latter there is an infinitude of units; in soc... ...xclu- sively from them. The order is not hereditary—we know just enough of biology and the uncertainties of inheritance to know how silly that would b...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...exclusively from them. The order is not hereditary— we know just enough of biology and the uncertainties of inheritance to know how silly that would b... ...eigh nor eye to see. The uni- verse at that plane to which the mind of the molecular physi- cist descends has none of the shapes or forms of our com- ... ...com- mon life whatever. This hand with which I write is in the universe of molecular physics a cloud of warring atoms and molecules, combining and rec... ...re of ether. You see, I hope, what I mean, when I say that the universe of molecular physics is at a different level from the universe of common exper... ...f vibration or that. We have reached to a con- ception of that universe of molecular physics by a great en- terprise of organised analysis, and our un...

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An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters

By: H. G. Wells

...gy—but what is its value beyond that? Is the scientific method of value in biology? The great advances made by Darwin and his school in biol- ogy were... ...us as with that, sociology stands at the extreme end of the scale from the molecular sciences. In these latter there is an infinitude of units; in soc... ... so forth. I wish, in- deed, it were possible to believe that substituting biology for Greek prose composition or history with models and photo- 161 ...

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