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Renewable Energy Policy: Renewable Energy Policy, Renewable Electricity, Commodity

3947.00 руб.*

Renewable Energy Policy: Renewable Energy Policy, Renewable Electricity, Commodity

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Renewable energy policy is the principal driver of the growth in renewable energy use. Renewable energy policy targets exist in some 73 countries around the world, and public policies to promote renewable energy use have become more common in recent years. At least 64 countries have some type of policy to promote renewable power generation. Mandates for solar hot water in new construction are becoming more common at both national and local levels. Mandates for blending biofuels into vehicle fuels have been enacted in 17 countries.
Control in Cells & in Organisms: Student Biology Guide, Aqa A2 Unit 5 (Student Unit Guides)

2553.00 руб.*

Steve Potter

Control in Cells & in Organisms: Student Biology Guide, Aqa A2 Unit 5 (Student Unit Guides)

Student Unit Guides are perfect for revision. Each guide is written by an examiner and explains the unit requirements, summarises the relevant unit content and includes a series of specimen questions and answers. There are three sections to each guide: Introduction -- includes advice on how to use the guide, an explanation of the skills being tested by the assessment objectives, an outline of the unit or module and, depending on the unit, suggestions for how to revise effectively and prepare for the examination questions. Content Guidance -- provides an examiner's overview of the module's key terms and concepts and identifies opportunities to exhibit the skills required by the unit. It is designed to help students to structure their revision and make them aware of the concepts they need to understand the exam and how they might analyse and evaluate topics. Question and Answers -- sample questions and with graded answers which have been carefully written to reflect the style of the...
Transcription Factors in the Nervous System

8143.00 руб.*

Gerald Thiel

Transcription Factors in the Nervous System

This first book to cover neural development, neuronal survival and function on the genetic level outlines promising approaches for novel therapeutic strategies in fighting neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer?s disease. Focusing on transcription factors, the text is clearly divided into three sections devoted to transcriptional control of neural development, brain function and transcriptional dysregulation induced neurological diseases. With a chapter written by Nobel laureate Eric Kandel, this is essential reading for neurobiologists, geneticists, biochemists, cell biologists, neurochemists and molecular biologists.
Cooperative breeding in meerkats: A genetic analysis

8639.00 руб.*

Ashleigh Griffin

Cooperative breeding in meerkats: A genetic analysis

Meerkats are able to survive in harsh desert conditions of southern Africa by living in closely-knit, cooperative societies that have captured the public imagination. They cooperate with one another to defend against predators, to forage and to raise offspring. A "babysitting" meerkat will starve for a whole day to guard a burrow containing pups, rather than join the rest of the group to forage. One of the first questions scientists asked, when attempting to understand self-sacrificing behaviour of meerkats in the light of Darwinian natural selection, was - whose genes are the offspring in the group carrying? Can babysitting behaviour be understood simply as parental care? This thesis describes work that was done to answer this question using genetic markers to calculate relatedness and parentage in meerkat groups in the Kalahari desert region of South Africa.
Resurrection Ecology: Evolutionary Biology, Researcher, Egg, Animal, Scientist, Evolution, Michigan Technological University, Michigan

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Resurrection Ecology: Evolutionary Biology, Researcher, Egg, Animal, Scientist, Evolution, Michigan Technological University, Michigan

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! "Resurrection ecology" is an evolutionary biology technique whereby researchers hatch dormant eggs from lake sediments to study animals as they existed decades ago. It is a new approach that might allow scientists to observe evolution as it occurred, by comparing the animal forms hatched from older eggs with their extant descendants. One such researcher in the field is W. Charles Kerfoot of Michigan Technological University whose results were published in the journal Limnology and Oceanography. He reported on success in a search for "resting eggs" of zooplankton that are dormant in Portage Lake on Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The lake has undergone a considerable amount of change over the last 100 years including flooding by copper mine debris, dredging, and eutrophication.
Survival at 40 Below

1716.00 руб.*

Debbie S. Miller

Survival at 40 Below

The award-winning Alaskan picture book duo is back with a look at the long arctic winter. As temperatures drop and the snow deepens, the animals that make the tundra home must ready themselves for survival. Follow the arctic ground squirrel as it begins the cycle of sleeping, supercooling, and warming that will occur at least a dozen times before spring arrives. See how the wood frog partially freezes itself in hibernation beneath layers of snow, or how the woolly bear caterpillars makes it through the winter months with a special antifreeze substance that prevents ice from forming in their bodies. Then when the temperatures finally rise and the snow begins to melt, these creatures emerge and the pulse of life returns to the arctic. Debbie S.Miller's expert research and accessible writing will fascinate readers as Jon Van Zyle's signature style beautifully captures these animals and their habitat.
Genetic Techniques for Biological Research

8958.00 руб.*

Corinne A. Michels

Genetic Techniques for Biological Research

"We must teach students the conceptual and technical approaches used to solve problems in biology. This book will do this superbly." – Professor Steve Oliver, School of Biological Sciences, University of Manchester, UK Molecular genetic analysis is the fusion of biochemical and genetic approaches to investigate the underlying mechanisms of cellular processes. These techniques have been developed over the past decades by researchers working with model organisms such as bacteriophage, E. coli, Saccharomyces, Drosophila, maize, and more recently, Arabidopsis and C. elegans. The details of cultivation and crossing of each organism differ, but the theory behind molecular genetic analysis is the same for all of these organisms. Genetic Techniques for Biological Research teaches the methods of molecular genetic analysis using a case study approach with the yeast Saccharomyces as the model genetic organism. The tools available for Saccharomyces are the most highly developed,...
Mackerel: Dolphin, Anatomical, Dorsal, Scombridae, Atlantic, Shearwater

5297.00 руб.*

Mackerel: Dolphin, Anatomical, Dorsal, Scombridae, Atlantic, Shearwater

Mackerel is a common name applied to a number of different species of fish, mostly, but not exclusively, from the family Scombridae. They may be found in all tropical and temperate seas. Most live offshore in the oceanic environment but a few, like the Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus maculatus), enter bays and can be caught near bridges and piers. Common features of mackerels are a slim, cylindrical shape (as opposed to the tunas which are deeper bodied) and numerous finlets on the dorsal and ventral sides behind the dorsal and anal fins. The scales are extremely small, if present. The largest species called "mackerel" is the king mackerel (Scomberomorus cavalla) which can grow to 66 inches (1.68 m). A female mackerel lays about 1,000,000 eggs at a time.
Patterns of Behavior: Konrad Lorenz, Niko Tinbergen, and the Founding of Ethology

4620.00 руб.*

Jr., Richard W. Burkhardt

Patterns of Behavior: Konrad Lorenz, Niko Tinbergen, and the Founding of Ethology

It is hard to imagine, by their very name, the life sciences not involving the study of living things, but until the twentieth century much of what was known in the field was based primarily on specimens that had long before taken their last breaths. Only in the last century has ethology--the study of animal behavior--emerged as a major field of the life sciences. In Patterns of Behavior, Richard W. Burkhardt Jr. traces the scientific theories, practices, subjects, and settings integral to the construction of a discipline pivotal to our understanding of the diversity of life. Central to this tale are Konrad Lorenz and Niko Tinbergen, 1973 Nobel laureates whose research helped legitimize the field of ethology and bring international attention to the culture of behavioral research. Demonstrating how matters of practice, politics, and place all shaped "ethology's ecologies," Burkhardt's book offers a sensitive reading of the complex interplay of the field's celebrated pioneers and...
Ruffed Grouse: Grouse, Appalachian Mountains, Bird Migration, Partridge, Phasianidae, Grey Partridge, Polymorphism, Omnivore, Habitat Destruction, Canadian Lynx, Gloger's Rule, Metapopulation

3972.00 руб.*

Ruffed Grouse: Grouse, Appalachian Mountains, Bird Migration, Partridge, Phasianidae, Grey Partridge, Polymorphism, Omnivore, Habitat Destruction, Canadian Lynx, Gloger's Rule, Metapopulation

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Ruffed Grouse, Bonasa umbellus, is a medium-sized grouse occurring in forests from the Appalachian Mountains across Canada to Alaska. It is non-migratory. The Ruffed Grouse is frequently referred to as the "partridge". This is technically wrong - partridges are unrelated phasianids, and in hunting may lead to confusion with the Grey Partridge. That species was introduced to North America from Europe; it is a bird of woodlands, not open areas. The Ruffed Grouse is also sometimes called a "grinch" in parts of rural Kentucky and Ohio, likely due to its spectral quality in the woods.


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