Introductory Mathematics for the Life Sciences
Chemistry for the Life Sciences
Molecular Basis Of Human Nutrition
Metabolic Regulation in Mammals
By David Phoenix
September 02, 1997
Introductory Mathematics for the Life Sciences offers a straightforward introduction to the mathematical principles needed for studies in the life sciences. Starting with the basics of numbers, fractions, ratios, and percentages, the author explains progressively more sophisticated concepts, from ...
By Raul Sutton, Bernard Rockett, Peter G. Swindells
November 20, 2008
Presents short topics tied to numerical or conceptual ideas, reinforced with worked examples and questions Retaining the user-friendly style of the first edition, this text is designed to eliminate the knowledge gap for those life sciences students who have not studied chemistry at an ...
By Tom Sanders, Peter Emery
June 12, 2003
Molecular Basis of Human Nutrition focuses on the metabolic basis of human nutrition, detailing recent knowledge and research in this field. It explains the biochemical functions of the essential nutrients and the physiological consequences of deficient and excessive intakes. These are described ...
By David Gibson, Robert A. Harris
November 22, 2001
Metabolic Regulation in Mammals presents the basic principles of metabolic control, based on investigations conducted during the past twenty years. It explains the impact of recent advances in cell biology, molecular biology and genetics on the field. Beginning with the basic concepts, this text ...
By D H Davies, M A Halablab, T W K Young, F. E. G. Cox, J. Clarke
October 26, 1998
This concise text explores the interactions between pathogens and the immune system. Taking a disease-based approach, it explains how micro-organisms adapted to growth in human hosts can evade the immune system and cause disease.The opening chapter overviews the innate and adaptive immune responses...
By Paul R. Gard
March 03, 1998
The endocrine system is an efficient means of controlling, via hormones, large numbers of cells at many different sites in the body and it is the most important factor in the control of the basic processes of the individual, such as metabolism, growth and reproduction. _ Human Endocrinology is a ...
By John Wrigglesworth
July 02, 1997
^Energy and Life addresses the subject of energy in biological systems. It concentrates on the way in which energy flow through plants, animals and bacteria drives the primary processes of life such as metabolism, movement and ion transport. It deals with living systems from a whole-body approach, ...