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  • 1
    Keywords: Bacteriology ; Microbiology ; Biomedical Engineering ; Bacteriology ; Applied Microbiology ; Eukaryotic Microbiology ; Biomedical Engineering/Biotechnology ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction -- Heat stable enzymes from thermophilic microorganisms: biochemical properties and commercial application potential -- Proteins and amino acids from thermophilic microorganisms: current research trends and applications -- Platform chemicals by thermophiles -- Biosurfactants, bioemulsifiers and biopolymers from thermophilic microorganisms -- Applications of thermophiles
    Abstract: Thermophiles and hyperthermophiles exhibit great biotechnological potential, as they can be utilized in processes which require higher temperatures. This book comprehensively deals with all the aspects of thermophiles, starting from the source of these organisms to their latest applications. In addition it presents a compilation of all compounds produced by various thermophilic microorganisms. Due to their application in everyday life, the demands of enzymes that can work at higher temperature have been increasing. In order to keep pace with the increasing demand the industries have to search novel thermophiles producing their product of interest. Hence, this book will be of value for industries working on various biochemical products produced by these thermophiles as well as for scientists and research scholars working on microbiology and products derived from microorganisms
    Pages: VIII, 111 p. 34 illus., 12 illus. in color. : online resource.
    Edition: 1st ed. 2019.
    ISBN: 9789813299191
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  • 2
    Keywords: Medicine ; Human Physiology ; Molecular Biology ; Pharmaceutical technology ; Health Promotion ; Medical Biochemistry ; Oxidative Stress ; Biomedicine ; Human Physiology ; Molecular Medicine ; Pharmaceutical Sciences/Technology ; Oxidative Stress ; Medical Biochemistry ; Health Promotion and Disease Prevention ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter 1. Pancreatic Hormones and Control of Blood Glucose – A Glance -- Chapter 2. Diabetes Mellitus – General Consideration -- Chapter 3. Impaired Glucose Tolerance & Impaired Fasting Glycaemia -- Chapter 4. Prevalence of Diabetes and Its Economic Impact -- Chapter 5. Pregnancy and Diabetes -- Chapter 6. ‘Diabesity’ – Current Situation -- Chapter 7- Oxidative Stress and Diabetes Mellitus -- Chapter 8. Complication of diabetes mellitus -- Chapter 9. Biomarkers of Diabetes and Diabetic Complications -- Chapter 10. Indian Traditional Medicinal Systems, Herbal Medicine and Diabetes -- Chapter 11. Management of Diabetes Mellitus -- Chapter 12. Recent developments in diabetes therapy
    Abstract: In the context of the continual increase in the global incidence of diabetes, this book focuses on particular aspects of the disease such as the socio-economic burden and the effects on individuals and their families. It addresses a wide range of topics regarding its physiological relevance, metabolic angles, biochemistry, and discusses current and upcoming treatment approaches. It is unique in offering a chapter dedicated to herbal remedies for diabetes. Appealing to a broad readership, it is a valuable resource for students, researchers and practitioners working in the area of glucose metabolism, diabetes and human health
    Pages: XXVII, 186 p. 29 illus., 24 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9789811015427
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  • 3
    Keywords: Medicine ; Oncology ; Pharmaceutical technology ; Biomedicine ; Cancer Research ; Pharmaceutical Sciences/Technology ; Oncology ; Springer eBooks
    Abstract: In this book, clinicians and basic scientists from USA, India, and other countries discuss℗ the rationales and clinical experiences with targeted approaches to treat, prevent, or manage cancer. Cancer is a hyperproliferative disorder that is regulated by multiple genes and multiple cell signaling pathways. Genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics have revealed that dysregulation of dozens of genes and their products occur in any given cell type that ultimately leads to cancer. These discoveries are providing unprecedented opportunities to tackle cancer by multi-faceted approaches that target these underpinnings. This book emphasizes a multi-targeted approach to treating cancer,℗ the focus of the 5th International℗ Conference℗ on Translational Cancer Research that was held in Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi (India) from Feb 6-9, 2014
    Pages: XIV, 410 p. 71 illus., 50 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9783319122533
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  • 4
    Keywords: Medicine ; Neurosciences ; Neurology ; Neural networks (Computer science) ; Biomedicine ; Neurosciences ; Neurology ; Mathematical Models of Cognitive Processes and Neural Networks ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction -- Discovery and validation of biomarkers based on computational models of normal and pathological hippocampal rhythms -- DCM, Conductance based models and Clinical applications -- Computational Models of Closed-loop Deep Brain Stimulation -- A multiscale 'working brain' model -- How to render Neural Fields more realistic -- Multilevel computational modeling in epilepsy: classical studies and recent advances -- Computational modeling of neuronal dysfunction at molecular level reveals the role of single neurons in circuit functions in cerebellum granule layer -- Modeling Cortical and Thalamocortical Synaptic Loss and Compensation Mechanisms in Alzheimer's disease -- Toward Networks from Spikes -- Epileptogenic networks: applying network analysis techniques to human seizure activity
    Abstract: This book is a collection of articles by leading researchers working at the cutting edge of neuro-computational modelling of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Each article contains model validation techniques used in the context of the specific problem being studied. Validation is essential for neuro-inspired computational models to become useful tools in the understanding and treatment of disease conditions. Currently, the immense diversity in neuro-computational modelling approaches for investigating brain diseases has created the need for a structured and coordinated approach to benchmark and standardise validation methods and techniques in this field℗ of research. This book serves as a step towards a systematic approach to validation of neuro-computational models used for studying brain diseases, and should be useful for all neuro-computational modellers
    Pages: XVIII, 315 p. 110 illus., 77 illus. in color. : online resource.
    Edition: 1st ed. 2015.
    ISBN: 9783319200378
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  • 5
    Call number: A130:24
    Keywords: Biological Networks, Systems Biology ; Systems Biology
    Pages: xiii, 375 p. : ill.
    Edition: 1. ed.
    ISBN: 9780128140727
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  • 6
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    Chicago : University of Chicago Press
    Call number: F030:42
    Keywords: Knowledge, Theory of ; Science / Philosophy
    Pages: xix, 108 p.
    ISBN: 9780226672984
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  • 7
    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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  • 8
    Keywords: Medicine ; Biomedicine ; Biomedicine general ; Springer eBooks
    Pages: : digital
    ISBN: 9781441959799
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  • 9
    Keywords: Life sciences ; Biochemical engineering ; Computer science ; Agriculture ; Renewable energy sources ; Soil conservation ; Life sciences ; Agriculture ; Soil Science & Conservation ; Life Sciences, general ; Renewable and Green Energy ; Biochemical engineering ; Models and Principles ; Springer eBooks
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter 1: Nutrient use efficiency in plants: an overview -- Part I: Nutrients as a Key Driver of Nutrient Use Efficiency -- Chapter 2: Soils and Inputs Management Options for Increasing Nutrient Use Efficiency -- Chapter 3: Nutrient and water use efficiency in soil: The influence of geological mineral amendments -- Chapter 4: Resource conserving techniques for improving nitrogen use-efficiency -- Chapter 5: Strategies for enhancing phosphorus efficiency in crop production systems.-℗ Chapter 6: Efficiency of soil and fertilizer phosphorus use in time: a comparison between recovered struvite, FePO4-sludge, digestate, animal manure and synthetic fertilizer -- Chapter 7: Strategies for Enhancing Zinc Efficiency in Crop Plants -- Chapter 8: Nitrification inhibitors: classes and its use in nitrification management -- Part-II: Microbiological aspects of Nutrient Use Efficiency -- Chapter 9: Role of Microorganisms in Plant Nutrition and Health -- Chapter 10: Role of Cyanobacteria in Nutrient Cycle and Use Efficiency in the Soil -- Chapter 11: Trichoderma improves nutrient use efficiency in crop plants -- Chapter 12: Bio-priming mediated nutrient use efficiency of crop species -- Chapter 13: Unrealized potential of seed biopriming for versatile agriculture -- Part-III: Molecular and physiological aspects of Nutrient Use Efficiency -- Chapter 14: Improving nutrient use efficiency by exploiting genetic diversity of crops -- Chapter 15: Micro RNA based approach to improve nitrogen use efficiency in plants -- Chapter 16: Biofortification for selecting and developing crop cultivars denser in iron and zinc -- Chapter 17: Understanding genetic and molecular bases of Fe and Zn accumulation towards development of micronutrient enriched maize -- Part-IV: Nutrient Use Efficiency of Crop Species -- Chapter 18: Nitrogen uptake and use efficiency in rice -- Chapter 19: Nutrient-use efficiency in Sorghum -- Chapter 20: Improving nutrient use efficiency in oilseeds Brassica -- Chapter 21: Strategies for higher nutrient use efficiency and productivity in forage crops -- Chapter 22: Integrated nutrient management in potato for increasing nutrient use efficiency and sustainable productivity -- Part-V: Specialised Case Studies -- Chapter 23: Enhancing Nutrient Use Efficiencies in Rainfed Systems -- Chapter 24: Dynamics Of Plant Nutrients, Utilization And Uptake, And Soil Microbial Community In Crops Under Ambient And Elevated Carbon Dioxide -- Chapter 25: Phytometallophore Mediated Nutrient Acquisition by Plants
    Abstract: This book addresses in detail multifaceted approaches to boosting nutrient use efficiency (NUE) that are modified by plant interactions with environmental variables and combine physiological, microbial, biotechnological and agronomic aspects. Conveying an in-depth understanding of the topic will spark the development of new cultivars and strains to induce NUE, coupled with best management practices that will immensely benefit agricultural systems, safeguarding their soil, water, and air quality. Written by recognized experts in the field, the book is intended to provide students, scientists and policymakers with essential insights into holistic approaches to NUE, as well as an overview of some successful case studies. In the present understanding of agriculture, NUE represents a question of process optimization in response to the increasing fragility of our natural resources base and threats to food grain security across the globe. Further improving nutrient use efficiency is a prerequisite to reducing production costs, expanding crop acreage into non-competitive marginal lands with low nutrient resources, and preventing environmental contamination. The nutrients most commonly limiting plant growth are N, P, K, S and micronutrients like Fe, Zn, B and Mo. NUE depends on the ability to efficiently take up the nutrient from the soil, but also on transport, storage, mobilization, usage within the plant and the environment. A number of approaches can help us to understand NUE as a whole. One involves adopting best crop management practices that take into account root-induced rhizosphere processes, which play a pivotal role in controlling nutrient dynamics in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. New technologies, from basic tools like leaf color charts to sophisticated sensor-based systems and laser land leveling, can reduce the dependency on laboratory assistance and manual labor. Another approach concerns the development of crop plants through genetic manipulations that allow them to take up and assimilate nutrients more efficiently, as well as identifying processes of plant responses to nutrient deficiency stress and exploring natural genetic variation. Though only recently introduced, the ability of microbial inoculants to induce NUE is gaining in importance, as the loss, immobilization, release and availability of nutrients are mediated by soil microbial processes
    Pages: XXIII, 417 p. 57 illus., 29 illus. in color. : online resource.
    ISBN: 9788132221692
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  • 10
    Electronic Resource
    Electronic Resource
    s.l. : American Chemical Society
    Inorganic chemistry 16 (1977), S. 1396-1399 
    ISSN: 1520-510X
    Source: ACS Legacy Archives
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
    Type of Medium: Electronic Resource
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