Avian Flu by Sfakianos, Jeffrey N."Avian Flu" examines the history and science of this disease, as well as how it affects the body. This book also discusses the symptoms and treatment, bringing forward vital information on this timely topic.
The Cell by Joseph PannoUnderstanding the cell is the key to grasping the significant potential and technological developments of the new biology. Presented from the point of view of the cell's motivations, The Cell presents the origins and mechanisms of this element of life and the development of scientific knowledge surrounding it.
Call Number: 571.6 Pan
Publication Date: 2004
Emerging Infectious Diseases by Lisa A. BeltzEmerging Infectious Diseases Emerging Infectious Diseases offers an introduction to emerging and reemerging infectious disease, focusing on significant illnesses found in various regions of the world. Many of these diseases strike tropical regions or developing countries with particular virulence, others are found in temperate or developed areas, and still other microbes and infections are more indiscriminate. This volume includes information on the underlying mechanisms of microbial emergence, the technology used to detect them, and the strategies available to contain them. The author describes the diseases and their causative agents that are major factors in the health of populations the world over. The book contains up-to-date selections from infectious disease journals as well as information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, MedLine Plus, and the American Society for Microbiology. Perfect for students or those new to the field, the book contains Summary Overviews (thumbnail sketches of the basic information about the microbe and the associated disease under examination), Review Questions (testing students' knowledge of the material), and Topics for Further Discussion (encouraging a wider conversation on the implications of the disease and challenging students to think creatively to develop new solutions). This important volume provides broad coverage of a variety of emerging infectious diseases, of which most are directly important to health practitioners in the United States.
Call Number: 616.9 Bel
Publication Date: 2011
Genetics and Cell Biology on File by Diagram Group StaffFrom today's news headlines straight to the classroom, Genetics and Cell Biology On File is a two-volume set that provides 500 images on all aspects of cell biology and genetics, including hard-to-find material on history, theory and application.
Call Number: Ref 575.6 Gen
Publication Date: 2003
Living with Polio by Daniel J. WilsonPolio was the most dreaded childhood disease of twentieth-century America. Every summer during the 1940s and 1950s, parents were terrorized by the thought that polio might cripple their children. Living with Polio is the first book to focus primarily on the personal stories of the men and women who had acute polio and lived with its crippling consequences.
Call Number: 616.835 Wil
Publication Date: 2005
Plague by Lizabeth HardmanAuthor Lizabeth Hardman gives readers a compelling look into the history of the plague. They will learn about the third pandemic, and where the plague is in the world now. Readers will evaluate the impact it could have on the future. Bright images, illustrations, diagrams, and charts provide excellent concise details, perfect for report writing and researching.
Call Number: 616.9232 Har
Publication Date: 2010
The World of the Cell with Free Solutions by Wayne M. Becker; Lewis J. Kleinsmith; Jeff HardinThis is a learning package aimed at beginning students in cell biology. It guides students through the basics of cell structure, function, and mechanisms and continues the tradition of previous editions, covering some of the most difficult concepts - bioenergetics, metabolism, enzyme kinetics, thermodynamics, membrane transport, cell signalling, regulatory mechanisms, transcription and translation, signal transduction, and DNA replication and recombination - at the right level.