Download Humanbiologie kompakt (Bachelor) by Wolfgang Clau?, Cornelia Clauss PDF

By Wolfgang Clau?, Cornelia Clauss

Dieses Buch aus der "Bachelor"-Reihe stellt die Grundz?ge der Biologie des Menschen in konzentrierter shape dar - perfect f?r Studierende der Biowissenschaften, speziell f?r Lehramt, und der Medizin, die einen kompakten ?berblick ?ber dieses weite Feld ben?tigen. Das Kernwissen zur Physiologie, Anatomie und Evolution des Menschen ist in kurzen Kapiteln verst?ndlich zusammengefasst und mit klaren Grafiken anschaulich gemacht. ?bungsfragen am Ende jedes Kapitels erlauben eine ?berpr?fung des Gelernten und bereiten auf Klausuren und Pr?fungen vor. Der dargebotene Stoff ist auf die Lehrveranstaltungen von Bachelorstudieng?ngen zahlreicher deutschsprachiger Universit?ten zugeschnitten. Wer ein Studienmodul "Humanbiologie" durchl?uft, als zuk?nftiger Lehrer die biologische Seite des Themas "Mensch" kurz und b?ndig erfassen m?chte oder im Medizinstudium die Grundlagen der Molekularen Medizin verstehen will, ist mit diesem Buch bestens bedient. Hintergrundinformation: Die Humanbiologie geh?rt als (interdisziplin?re) naturwissenschaftliche Disziplin sowohl zu den Bio- als auch zu den Humanwissenschaften. Sie befasst sich zum einen mit der Biologie des Menschen, zum anderen mit den biologischen Grundlagen der Humanmedizin. Ein besonderes Gewicht hat sie auch f?r den Lehramtsbereich (Ausbildung f?r Gymnasien / P?dagogische Hochschulen). warfare die Humanbiologie fr?her eher an der klassischen Anthropologie ausgerichtet, so haben sich mit Einzug der molekularen Wissenschaften die Inhalte mehr in Richtung einer auf den Menschen angewandten molekularen Biowissenschaft gewandelt, die sich mit der Erkl?rung, Pr?vention und Therapie von Krankheitsursachen befasst. Ein Blick auf die im deutschsprachigen Raum angebotenen neuen Studieng?nge zeigt einen regelrechten growth in diesem Sektor (neben "Humanbiologie" treten dabei verst?rkt auch Bezeichnungen wie Molekulare Medizin, Bio-Medizin, Molekulare Biomedizin, Molecular lifestyles technological know-how o. ?. auf). In zahlreichen Bachelor-Studieng?ngen der Biowissenschaften wird die (moderne) Humanbiologie als eigenst?ndiges Modul angeboten. Zudem finden sich solche Module auch in Studieng?ngen der Medizintechnik, der Gesundheitsbildung, des Wissenschaftsjournalismus and so on. Eine starke Verankerung hat die Humanbiologie schlie?lich an P?dagogischen Hochschulen, wo sie zum Teil in sehr moderne und umfangreiche Programme und Studienangebote eingebunden ist.

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Download Experimental Endocrinology and Reproductive Biology by Chandana Haldar, Muniyandi Singaravel, S. R. Pandi-Perumal, PDF

By Chandana Haldar, Muniyandi Singaravel, S. R. Pandi-Perumal, Daniel P. Cardinali

Major advances were made in Endocrinology in terms of developmental biology, environmental body structure, chronobiology, photobiology, reproductive biology, circulatory and digestive body structure, molecular biology, metabolic body structure, medical and clinical biology, and so forth. Comparative issues of view have additionally sped up the development of endocrinology. This e-book covers a number of subject matters of endocrinology from comparative, experimental, developmental, reproductive and medical endocrine points. one other very important characteristic of this booklet is that greater than part the chapters are defined on the subject of the functionality of melatonin and the constitution of the pineal organ. those trials of this publication are moderate and well timed. Melatonin body structure has been reviewed from numerous issues of view corresponding to antioxidant and scavenger of hydroxyl radical, circadian clock and photoperiodic gonadal reaction together with photoreceptor procedure, and improvement of vertebrates.

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Download Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Gymnophiona by Jean-Marie Exbrayat PDF

By Jean-Marie Exbrayat

One of many little identified species within the risk of extinction, gymophionan amphibians, also are referred to as caecilians or apoda. Gymnophiona includes 154 species belonging to 34 genera and six households. for a few years, experiences at the Gymnophiona have been disparate and nonetheless just a couple of species were deeply studied. thankfully, lately, a few new works were released on their systematics, utilizing either the classical equipment in addition to immunology and molecular biology. New facts have additionally been bought at the biology, lifestyles historical past, reproductive biology, endocrinology and embryonic improvement of a number of species. those attention-grabbing points besides different vital ones on gymnophionan reviews are ably reviewed during this ebook.

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Download Biomaterials for Treating Skin Loss by D P Orgill, C Blanco PDF

By D P Orgill, C Blanco

The first reasons of wounds requiring pores and skin alternative are serious burns and ulcers. fabrics needs to supply a good transitority barrier, advertise therapeutic and minimise scarring. colossal advancements were made to dermis fix biomaterials within the final ten years with common adoption of recent advancements within the scientific region. This ebook presents a complete evaluation of the variety of biomaterials for treating dermis loss. half one discusses the fundamentals of epidermis alternative with chapters on such issues as markets and legislation, biomechanics and the organic atmosphere of epidermis. half then experiences epidermal and dermal substitute know-how with chapters on such themes as substitute supply of keratinocytes, collagen-based and human origin-based dermal substitute, and lyophilized xenogenic items. the ultimate part explores mixed skin and epidermal substitute applied sciences and offers a round-up of dermis substitute rules. With its distinctive editors and foreign workforce of members, Biomaterials for treating pores and skin loss is a regular reference for these learning dermis substitute applied sciences, really these attracted to treating burns and ulcers.

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Download Computational biophysics of membrane proteins by Carmen Domene, Jonathan Hirst, Mary Luckey, Andrew PDF

By Carmen Domene, Jonathan Hirst, Mary Luckey, Andrew Pohorille, Simone Furini, Amitabha Chattopadhyay, Ben Corry, Emad Tajkhorshid, Philip Biggin

Exploring present subject matters in smooth computational and membrane protein biophysics, this publication offers a complete account of the basic ideas underlying various tools and methods used to explain the interesting mechanisms wherein membrane proteins functionality. The ebook discusses the experimental methods hired to check those proteins, with chapters reviewing fresh an important structural advances that experience allowed computational biophysicists to parent how those molecular machines paintings. The publication then explores what computational equipment can be found to researchers and what those have taught us approximately 3 key households of membrane proteins: ion channels, transporters and receptors. The booklet is perfect for researchers in computational chemistry and computational biophysics

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