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  • 1
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Botany ; Plant anatomy ; Plant breeding ; Life sciences ; Plant Sciences ; Plant Breeding/Biotechnology ; Plant Genetics & Genomics ; Plant Anatomy/Development ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Ch. 1. Legumes in Omic Era: Retrospects and Prospects Ch. 2. Advances in Functional Genomics in Legumes -- Ch. 3. Advances in Soybean Genomics -- Ch. 4. Advances in Chickpea Genomics -- Ch. 5. Advances in Pigeonpea Genomics -- Ch. 6. Advances in Lentil Genomics -- Ch. 7. Advances in Cowpea Improvement and Genomics -- Ch. 8. Advances in Greengram and Blackgram Genomics -- Ch. 9. Common Bean Genomics and its Applications in Breeding Programs -- Ch. 10. Pulses biofortification in genomic era:℗ multidisciplinary opportunities and challenges -- Ch. 11. Towards Enriching Genomic Resources in Legumes -- Ch. 12. Bioinformatics for Legume Genomics Research -- Ch. 13. Genetics and genomics of resistance to rust and stemphylium blight in lentil -- Ch. 14. Genomics in studying the legume genome evolution -- Ch. 15. Advances in Pea Genomics
    Abstract: Legumes in the Omic Era provides a timely review of recent advances in legume genomics research and application. In this post-genomic era, enormous amounts of biological information is available that could be of huge potential use for crop improvement applications. This aspect of genomics assisted plant breeding is focused throughout the book for all the important grain legume crops. The role of functional genomics and the importance of bioinformatics tools in present day genomics and molecular breeding research is also discussed in detail. Use of molecular tools for nutritional fortification of grain legume is briefly presented. A chapter has also been contributed on fungal disease resistance to elucidate potential application of genomic tools in molecular breeding of grain legume species. The book contains fifteen chapters contributed by 50 scientists from different countries who are actively involved in analyzing and improving particular legume genomes. This book serves as a reference resource to legumes researchers for the use of genome information℗ twoard the℗ improvement of major legume crops
    Pages: XII, 348 p. 24 illus., 21 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9781461483700
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    Keywords: Cancer Research ; Biomedical Engineering ; Signal processing ; Image processing ; Speech processing systems ; Optical data processing ; Cancer Research ; Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering ; Signal, Image and Speech Processing ; Computer Imaging, Vision, Pattern Recognition and Graphics ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter 1: Classification of Normal Versus Malignant Cells in B-ALL White Blood Cancer Microscopic Images -- Chapter 2: Classification of Leukemic B-Lymphoblast Cells from Blood Smear Microscopic Images with an Attention-Based Deep Learning Method and Advanced Augmentation Techniques -- Chapter 3
    Abstract: This book comprises select peer-reviewed proceedings of the medical challenge - C-NMC challenge: Classification of normal versus malignant cells in B-ALL white blood cancer microscopic images. The challenge was run as part of the IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (IEEE ISBI) 2019 held at Venice, Italy in April 2019. Cell classification via image processing has recently gained interest from the point of view of building computer-assisted diagnostic tools for blood disorders such as leukaemia. In order to arrive at a conclusive decision on disease diagnosis and degree of progression, it is very important to identify malignant cells with high accuracy. Computer-assisted tools can be very helpful in automating the process of cell segmentation and identification because morphologically both cell types appear similar. This particular challenge was run on a curated data set of more than 14000 cell images of very high quality. More than 200 international teams participated in the challenge. This book covers various solutions using machine learning and deep learning approaches. The book will prove useful for academics, researchers, and professionals interested in building low-cost automated diagnostic tools for cancer diagnosis and treatment
    Pages: X, 147 p. 64 illus., 61 illus. in color. : online resource.
    Edition: 1st ed. 2019.
    ISBN: 9789811507984
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    Keywords: Life sciences ; Agriculture ; Botany ; Plant breeding ; Life sciences ; Agriculture ; Plant Sciences ; Plant Genetics & Genomics ; Plant Breeding/Biotechnology ; Life Sciences, general ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Preface -- 1. Cereal Genomics: Excitements, Challenges and Opportunities: Pushpendra K. Gupta, and Rajeev K. Varshney -- 2. Array-Based High-Throughput Dna Markers And Genotyping Platforms For Cereal Genetics And Genomics: Pushpendra K. Gupta, Sachin Rustgi, Reyazul R. Mir -- 3. Sequence based DNA markers and genotyping for cereal genomics and breeding: David Edwards, Pushpendra K. Gupta -- 4. Application of next-generation sequencing technologies for genetic diversity analysis in cereals: Seifollah Kiani, Alina Akhunova, Eduard Akhunov -- 5. Genome sequencing and comparative genomics in cereals: Xi-Yin Wang, Andrew H. Paterson -- 6. Transposons in cereals: shaping genomes and driving their evolution: Jan P. Buchmann, Beat Keller, Thomas Wicker -- 7. Functional Annotation of Plant Genomes: Vindhya Amarasinghe et al -- 8. Different Omics Approaches In Cereals And Their Possible Implications For Developing A System Biology Approach To Study The Mechanism Of Abiotic Stress Tolerance: Palakolanu Sudhakar Reddy, Nese Sreenivasulu -- 9. Functional Genomics of Seed Development in Cereals: Ming Li et al -- 10. Genomics of cereal-based functional foods: Nidhi Rawat, Barbara Laddomada, Bikram S. Gill -- 11. QTL Mapping: Methodology and Applications in Cereal Breeding: Pushpendra K. Gupta, Pawan L. Kulwal, Reyazul R. Mir -- 12. Molecular Genetic Basis of THE Domestication Syndrome in Cereals: Tao Sang, Jiayang Li -- 13. High-throughput and precision phenotyping for cereal breeding programs: Boddupalli M. Prasanna -- 14. Marker-Assisted Selection in Cereals: Platforms, Strategies and Examples: Yunbi Xu et al -- Index
    Abstract: During the last decades, major advances have been made in the field of cereal genomics. For instance, high-density genetic maps, physical maps, QTL maps and even draft genome sequence have become available for several cereal species. This has been facilitated by the development of next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies, so that, it is now possible to sequence genomes of hundreds or thousands of accessions of an individual cereal crop. Significant amounts of data generated using these latest NGS technologies created a demand for computational tools to analyse this massive data. These developments related to technology and the tools, along with their applications not only to plant and genome biology but also to breeding have been documented in this volume. The volume, entitled “Cereal Genomics II”, therefore supplements the earlier edited volume “Cereal Genomics” published in 2004. The new volume has updated chapters, from the leading authorities in their fields, on molecular markers, next generation sequencing platform and their use for QTL analysis, domestication studies, functional genomics and molecular breeding. In addition, there are also chapters on computational genomics, whole genome sequencing and comparative genomics of cereals. The book should prove useful to students, teachers and young research workers as a ready reference to the latest information on cereal genomics
    Pages: : digital.
    Edition: 2nd ed. 2013.
    ISBN: 9789400764019
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    Keywords: Entomology ; Plant breeding ; Plant anatomy ; Biomedical Engineering ; Mycology ; Plant Systematics/Taxonomy/Biogeography ; Plant Breeding/Biotechnology ; Plant Anatomy/Development ; Biomedical Engineering/Biotechnology ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Preface -- Biodiversity of Fungi from Extreme Habitats and Its Industrial Applications -- Rhizospheric Fungi Isolated from Different Plants and Potential Applications in Diverse Sectors -- Endophytic Fungi from Different Niches with Potential Industrial Importance -- Marine Fungal White Biotechnology -- Aspergillus Biodiversity, Ecological Significance, and Industrial Applications -- Fusarium Biodiversity, Ecological Significance, and Industrial Applications -- Penicillium Biodiversity, Ecological Significance, and Industrial Applications -- Trichoderma Biodiversity, Ecological Significance, and Industrial Applications -- Thermostable Enzymes from Fungi Isolated from Hot Springs and Its Applications -- Cold Active Enzymes from Psychrophilic Fungi and Its Applications -- Industrially Important Enzymes from White-Rot Fungi or Filamentous Fungi -- Fungal Enzymes for the Textile Industry -- Fungal Laccase -- Fermentation Process for Production of Fungal Cellulases -- Fungal Lipases -- Fungal Community and Eco-Friendly Bioresources for Novel Secondary Metabolites -- Agriculturally Important Fungi -- Fungal White Biotechnology in Biosurfactants -- Synthetic Biology and a Novel Approach for Pharmaceutically Important Compounds -- Global Scenario of Fungal White Biotechnology -- Appendixes -- Index --
    Abstract: White biotechnology, or industrial biotechnology as it is also known, refers to the use of living cells and/or their enzymes to create industrial products that are more easily degradable, require less energy, create less waste during production and sometimes perform better than products created using traditional chemical processes. Over the last decade considerable progress has been made in white biotechnology research, and further major scientific and technological breakthroughs are expected in the future. Fungi are ubiquitous in nature and have been sorted out from different habitats, including extreme environments (high temperature, low temperature, salinity and pH), and may be associated with plants (epiphytic, endophytic and rhizospheric). The fungal strains are beneficial as well as harmful for human beings. The beneficial fungal strains may play important roles in the agricultural, industrial, and medical sectors. The fungal strains and their products (enzymes, bioactive compounds, and secondary metabolites) are very useful for industry (e.g., the discovery of penicillin from Penicillium chrysogenum). This discovery was a milestone in the development of white biotechnology as the industrial production of penicillin and antibiotics using fungi moved industrial biotechnology into the modern era, transforming it into a global industrial technology. Since then, white biotechnology has steadily developed and now plays a key role in several industrial sectors, providing both high value nutraceutical and pharmaceutical products. The fungal strains and bioactive compounds also play an important role in environmental cleaning. This volume covers the latest developments and research in white biotechnology with a focus on diversity and enzymes
    Pages: XIX, 571 p. 108 illus., 61 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9783030104801
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  • 5
    Keywords: Agriculture ; Microbial ecology ; Sustainable development ; Microbiology ; Soil science ; Soil conservation ; Agriculture ; Microbial ecology ; Sustainable development ; Applied Microbiology ; Soil Science & Conservation ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: 1.50 Years of Development of Beneficial Microbes for Sustainable Agriculture and Society: Progress and Challenges Still to be Met: Part of the Solution To Global Warming and 'Hothouse Earth -- 2.Metabolomics Approaches in Microbial Research: Current Knowledge and Perspective towards the Understanding of Microbe Plasticity -- 3.Is PGPR an Alternative for NPK Fertilizers in Sustainable Agriculture -- 4.Soil: Microbial Cell Factory for Assortment with Beneficial Role in Agriculture -- 5.Insights Into the Unidentified Microbiome: Current Approaches and Implications -- 6.Interactions in Soil-Microbe-Plant System: Adaptation to Stressed Agriculture -- 7. Microbe-mediated Tolerance in Plants against Biotic and Abiotic Stresses -- 8.Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Colonization and Activation of Plant Defence Responses against Phytopathogens -- 9.Microbes as Resource of Biomass, Bioenergy and Biofuel -- 10.Microbe-Mediated Reclamation of Contaminated Soils: Current Status and Future Perspectives -- 11.Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) and Fungi (PGPF): Potential Biological Control Agents of Diseases and Pests -- 12.Biofortification: A Promising Approach Towards Eradication of Hidden Hunger -- 13.Microbes in Foods and Feed Sector -- 14.New Edge Agricultural Bioinputs -- 15.Microbial Bio-production of Proteins and Valuable Metabolites -- 16. 2, 4-diacetylphloroglucinol: A Novel Biotech Bioactive Compound for Sgriculture -- 17.Coral Reef Microbiota and Its Role in Marine Ecosystem Sustainability -- 18.Diversity and Ecology of Ectomycorrhizal Fungi in the Western Ghats -- 19.Halotolerant PGPR Bacteria: Amelioration for Salinity Stress -- 20.Microbial Degradation of Nitro-Aromatic Pesticide: Pendimethalin -- 21.Nisin Production with Aspects on Its Practical Quantification
    Abstract: Microbial communities and their functions play a crucial role in the management of ecological, environmental and agricultural health on the Earth. Microorganisms are the key identified players for plant growth promotion, plant immunization, disease suppression, induced resistance and tolerance against stresses as the indicative parameters of improved crop productivity and sustainable soil health. Beneficial belowground microbial interactions with the rhizosphere help plants mitigate drought and salinity stresses and alleviate water stresses under the unfavorable environmental conditions in the native soils. Microorganisms that are inhabitants of such environmental conditions have potential solutions for them. There are potential microbial communities that can degrade xenobiotic compounds, pesticides and toxic industrial chemicals and help remediate even heavy metals, and thus they find enormous applications in environmental remediation. Microbes have developed intrinsic metabolic capabilities with specific metabolic networks while inhabiting under specific conditions for many generations and, so play a crucial role. The book Microbial Interventions in Agriculture and Environment is an effort to compile and present a great volume of authentic, high-quality, socially-viable, practical and implementable research and technological work on microbial implications. The whole content of the volume covers protocols, methodologies, applications, interactions, role and impact of research and development aspects on microbial interventions and technological outcomes in prospects of agricultural and environmental domain including crop production, plan-soil health management, food & nutrition, nutrient recycling, land reclamation, clean water systems and agro-waste management, biodegradation & bioremediation, biomass to bioenergy, sanitation and rural livelihood security. The covered topics and sub-topics of the microbial domain have high implications for the targeted and wide readership of researchers, students, faculty and scientists working on these areas along with the agri-activists, policymakers, environmentalists, advisors etc. in the Government, industries and non-government level for reference and knowledge generation
    Pages: XIX, 596 p. 81 illus. : online resource.
    Edition: 1st ed. 2019.
    ISBN: 9789811383915
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    Keywords: Life sciences ; Immunology ; Biochemistry ; RNA-ligand interactions ; Life sciences ; Protein-Ligand Interactions ; Protein Science ; Immunology ; Biochemistry, general ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: 〈p〉〈b〉VOLUME 1〈/b〉 -- 〈b〉I. INTRODUCTION〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 1: Lectins: An Overview -- 〈b〉II. INTRACELLULAR LECTINS -- 〈/b〉CHAPTER 2:〈i〉 〈/i〉Lectins in Quality Control:〈i〉 〈/i〉Calnexin and Calreticulin -- CHAPTER 3: P-Type Lectins: Cation-dependent Mannose-6-phosphate Receptor -- CHAPTER 4: P-Type Lectins: Cation-independent Mannose-6-phosphate Receptor -- CHAPTER 5: Mannose-6-phosphate Receptor-Homologous Protein Family -- CHAPTER 6: Lectins of ERAD Pathway: F Box Proteins and M-Type Lectins -- 〈b〉III. L-TYPE LECTINS〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 7: L-Type Lectins in ER-Golgi Intermediate Compartment -- CHAPTER 8: Pentraxins:〈b〉〈i〉 〈/i〉〈/b〉The L-Type Lectins and C-Reactive Protein as a Cardiovascular Risk -- 〈b〉IV. ANIMAL GALECTINS〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER℗ ℗ 9: Ovrview of Animal Galectin: The Prototype Subfamily -- CHAPTER 10: Galecin-1: Forms and Functions -- CHAPTER 11: Tandem-Repeat Type Galectins -- CHAPTER 12: Galectin-3: Forms, Functions,〈b〉〈i〉 〈/i〉〈/b〉and Clinical Manifestations -- CHAPTER 13: Galectin-3: A Cancer Marker with Therapeutic Applications -- 〈b〉V. R-TYPE ANIMAL LECTINS〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 14: R-Type Lectin Families -- CHAPTER 15: Mannose Receptor Family: R-Type Lectins -- 〈b〉VI. I-TYPE LECTINS〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 16: I-Type Lectins: Sialoadhesin Family -- CHAPTER 17: CD33 (Siglec 3) and CD33-Related Siglecs.-〈b〉VII〈/b〉〈b〉. NOVEL SUPER-FAMILIES OF LECTINS〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 18: Fibrinogen-Type lectins -- CHAPTER 19: Chi-lectins: Forms, Functions and℗ Clinical Applications -- CHAPTER 20: Novel Groups of Fuco-lectins and Intlectins -- CHAPTER 21: 〈b〉Annexins (Lipocortins)〈/b〉 -- 〈b〉VOLUME 2〈/b〉 -- 〈b〉VIII. C-TYPE LECTINS〈/b〉 -- 〈b〉Collectins〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 22: C-Type Lectins Family -- CHAPTER 23: Collectins: Mannan Binding Protein as a Model Protein -- CHAPTER 24: Pulmonary SP-A: Forms and Functions -- CHAPTER 25: Surfactant Protein-D -- 〈b〉Selectins 〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 26: L-selectin℗ (CD62L) and its Ligands -- CHAPTER 27: P-selectin℗ (CD62P) and its Ligands -- CHAPTER 28: E-selectin (CD62E) (Endothelial Leukocyte Adhesion℗ ℗ Molecule-1) -- 〈b〉Lectin Receptors on NK Cells〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 29: KLRB Receptor Family and Human Early Activation Antigen (CD69) -- CHAPTER 30: KG2 Subfamily C (KLRC) -- CHAPTER 31: NKG2D Activating Receptor -- CHAPTER 32: KLRC4, KLRG1, and Natural Cytotoxicity Receptors -- 〈b〉Endocytic Receptors〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 33: Asialoglycoprotein Receptor and The Macrophage Galactose- Type Lectin -- CHAPTER 34: Dectin-1 Receptor Family -- CHAPTER 35: Dendritic Cell Lectin Receptors (Dectin-2 Receptors Family) -- CHAPTER 36: DC-SIGN Family of Receptors -- 〈b〉Proteoglycans〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 37: Lectican Protein Family -- CHAPTER 38: Proteoglycans of Central Nervous System -- 〈b〉Emerging Groups of 〈/b〉〈b〉C-Type Lectins〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 39: Regenerating (Reg) Gene Family -- CHAPTER 40: Emerging Groups of C-Type Lectins -- CHAPTER 41: Family of CD93 and Recently Discovered Groups of CTLDs -- 〈b〉IX. CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ANIMAL LECTINS〈/b〉 -- CHAPTER 42: MBL Deficiency as Risk of Infection and Autoimmunity CHAPTER 43: Pulmonary Collectins in Diagnosis and Prevention of Lung Diseases -- CHAPTER 44: Selectins and Associated Adhesion Proteins in Inflammatory Disorders -- CHAPTER 45: Polycystins and Autosomal Polycystic Kidney Disease -- CHAPTER 46: Endogenous Lectins as Drug Targets.〈/p〉〈p〉℗ 〈/p〉〈p〉
    Abstract: 〈i〉Animal Lectins: Form, Function and Clinical Applications〈/i〉 presents up-to-date knowledge of animal lectins. Detailed descriptions on biological activities, tissue and/or subcellular distribution, molecular structure, gene organization, possible functions, clinical applications, lectin-ligand interactions and their intervention for therapeutic purposes are provided. The recently discovered C-type lectins as well as further novel super-families of this group of molecules are described in detail. Furthermore, the clinical significance of animal lectins in inflammatory diseases, defects of immune defense and autoimmunity are described and their application as drugs and therapeutic targets is discussed. With the increasing interest in lectins in biomedical research and their therapeutic applications, this book on animal lectins and associated proteins is a must have for researchers in the area
    Pages: LIV, 1108 p. 173 illus., 69 illus. in color. : digital.
    ISBN: 9783709110652
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    New York, NY : Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Botany ; Plant breeding ; Life sciences ; Plant Breeding/Biotechnology ; Plant Sciences ; Plant Genetics & Genomics ; Springer eBooks
    Pages: : digital
    ISBN: 9781461403562
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    Call number: QZ365WS200:52(3)
    Keywords: Central Nervous System Neoplasms ; Child
    Pages: xiii, 387p. : ill.
    Edition: 3rd ed.
    ISBN: 9783319307879
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    Keywords: Life sciences ; Systems Biology ; Developmental Biology ; Plant Pathology ; Plant breeding ; Mycology ; Biology / Technique ; Life sciences ; Mycology ; Developmental Biology ; Plant Pathology ; Systems Biology ; Biological Techniques ; Plant Breeding/Biotechnology ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: 1. Molecular Diversity and Detection of Endophytic Fungi Based on Their Antimicrobial Biosynthetic Genes -- 2. Molecular Markers and Their Use in Taxonomic Characterization of Trichoderma spp -- 3. Molecular Diversity of Oleaginous Fungi from Virgin Soils and Their Potentiality of Biodiesel Production -- 4. Application of Real-Time PCR for Identification and Detection of Fungi -- 5. DNA Bar-Coding for Diagnostics and Monitoring of Plant Pathogens -- 6. New Generation DNA Markers for Fingerprinting and Structural Analysis of Fungal Community -- 7. Genic Markers in fungi: Availability and Utility for diagnostics -- 8. Molecular Markers for the Identification of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) in the Soil and Plant Roots -- 9. Edible Mushroom Species: Identification Through Molecular Markers -- 10. Detection and Management of Fungal Respiratory Infection by Using Molecular Markers -- 11. Mitochondrial DNA Based Molecular Marker in Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) Research -- 12. Taxonomic Updates with Key Focus on Medically Important Aspergilli -- 13. Current Approach Towards Development of Molecular Markers in Diagnostics of Invasive Aspergillosis -- 14. An Overview of Major Fungal Diseases of Sugarcane in India: Detection and Management Strategies -- 15. Assessing Fungal Diversity by Using Molecular Markers -- 16. Detection of Multi Drug Resistant Fungal Infections in Cancer Patients by Using Molecular Markers
    Abstract: The Kingdom fungi encompass a massive diversity of taxa with wide-ranging ecologies, life cycles, and morphologies ranging from unicellular aquatic chytrids to large mushrooms. Before molecular methods came in existence, taxonomists considered this Kingdom to be a member of the plant kingdom due to certain life styles like immobility and growth habitats. Molecular markers (also known as DNA markers), facilitated a better alternative method over traditional morphological methods, employed for the identification, characterization, and to understand the evolution of fungi. The morphological methods used for identification are mainly dependent on spore color or microscopic features whereas molecular markers are based on DNA polymorphism in the genomic organization. Phylogenetic studies reported in last decade, based on molecular markers, have reshaped the classification system of Kingdom fungi, which divided into one subkingdom, seven phyla, and ten subphyla. Recent advances in molecular mycology have opened the way for researchers to identify and characterize novel fungal species from unique environments. Mycology is concerned with the systematic study of fungi, including their genetic and biochemical properties, their use to humans as a source of medicine and food, as well as their dangers, such as poisoning and infections. In the 21st century with the development of DNA sequencing technologies and phylogenetic analysis based on molecular markers, new insights into fungal taxonomy were provided. This book contains a thorough discussion of molecular characterization and detection of different groups of fungi by using PCR-based markers and provides a comprehensive view of the applications and uses of different molecular markers in molecular mycology. It also addresses the recent molecular markers employed to solve the problems of identification and discusses current approaches used in molecular characterization and detection of fungi
    Pages: XIII, 361 p. 61 illus., 50 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9783319341064
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    Singapore : Springer Singapore
    Keywords: Medicine ; Human Physiology ; Food / Biotechnology ; Metabolic Diseases ; Clinical Nutrition ; Pediatrics ; Animal Physiology ; Biomedicine ; Human Physiology ; Clinical Nutrition ; Food science ; Metabolic Diseases ; Animal Physiology ; Pediatrics ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction To Nutritional Anaemia In Preschool Children -- Epidemiology Of Nutritional Anemia -- Functional Role Of Iron In Nutritional Anemia -- Functional Role Of Vitamin B12 & Folic Acid In Nutritional Anemia -- Functional Role Of Vitamin A In Nutritional Anemia -- Functional Role Of Zinc, Copper And Selenium In Nutritional Anemia -- Impact Of Diarrhoea & Malnutrition In Nutritional Anemia -- Nterventional Strategies -- Bibliography
    Abstract: The book highlights intricate predisposing factors for pathogenesis of nutritional anemia. It delivers valuable information related to this public health hazard influencing the nutritional health of preschool children. The book is valuable for readers in diverse fields to gain insight of the concept of nutritional anemia in preschool children. Additionally, book furnishes clinical and laboratory methods in a comparative way to assess nutritional anemia. Impact of the disorder on health of preschool children has been covered in a simple language. The book mentions need for interventional strategies for the management of nutritional anemia. Infants, preschool children and women during pregnancy and lactation are highly susceptible to dietary deficiency of iron, folic acid and cyanocobalamin leading to comparatively, higher predisposition to development of nutritional anemia. The condition has myriad of ill effects on nutritional health of preschool children
    Pages: XVII, 233 p. 12 illus., 8 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9789811051784
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