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Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Biotechnology for Waste and Wastewater Treatment


Author(s): Frederick Dechow
Publisher: William Andrew, Year: 1990

Description:
Overcoming the hurdle of recovering products from fermentation or biochemical processes is necessary before biotechnology can be brought from the laboratory to commercial status. This text emphasizes basic sorption theory, laboratory evaluation techniques, sorptive materials and their characteristics, the scale-up of laboratory techniques and their industrial applications.




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Author(s): Frederick Dechow
Publisher: William Andrew, Year: 1990

Description:
Overcoming the hurdle of recovering products from fermentation or biochemical processes is necessary before biotechnology can be brought from the laboratory to commercial status. This text emphasizes basic sorption theory, laboratory evaluation techniques, sorptive materials and their characteristics, the scale-up of laboratory techniques and their industrial applications.




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Separation and Purification Techniques in Biotechnology

Author(s): Frederick Dechow
Publisher: William Andrew, Year: 1990

Description:
Overcoming the hurdle of recovering products from fermentation or biochemical processes is necessary before biotechnology can be brought from the laboratory to commercial status. This text emphasizes basic sorption theory, laboratory evaluation techniques, sorptive materials and their characteristics, the scale-up of laboratory techniques and their industrial applications.


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Author(s): Frederick Dechow
Publisher: William Andrew, Year: 1990

Description:
Overcoming the hurdle of recovering products from fermentation or biochemical processes is necessary before biotechnology can be brought from the laboratory to commercial status. This text emphasizes basic sorption theory, laboratory evaluation techniques, sorptive materials and their characteristics, the scale-up of laboratory techniques and their industrial applications.


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Physics and Chemistry Basis of Biotechnology


Author(s): De Cuyper M., Bulte J.W.M. (eds.)
Publisher: Kluwer, Year: 2001

The recent advances in the field of Biotechnology cannot simply be ascribed to one scientific discipline. Rather, scientists from various backgrounds, ranging from fundamental physics and chemistry to the (bio) applied sciences, have joined their efforts in order to make this new era of "high-tech" biotechnology possible.In the present volume of "Focus on Biotechnology", a selected group of distinguished experts describe how their field succeeded in developing the new frontiers of biotechnology. The physical or chemical underlying principles form the core of each chapter, which ends with a sketch of anticipated developments during the next decade.Audience: Any self-respecting scientist who aims to implement his work within the framework of practical applications will find "Focus on Biotechnology - Physics and Chemistry basis Biotechnology" a must-have volume.

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Author(s): De Cuyper M., Bulte J.W.M. (eds.)
Publisher: Kluwer, Year: 2001

The recent advances in the field of Biotechnology cannot simply be ascribed to one scientific discipline. Rather, scientists from various backgrounds, ranging from fundamental physics and chemistry to the (bio) applied sciences, have joined their efforts in order to make this new era of "high-tech" biotechnology possible.In the present volume of "Focus on Biotechnology", a selected group of distinguished experts describe how their field succeeded in developing the new frontiers of biotechnology. The physical or chemical underlying principles form the core of each chapter, which ends with a sketch of anticipated developments during the next decade.Audience: Any self-respecting scientist who aims to implement his work within the framework of practical applications will find "Focus on Biotechnology - Physics and Chemistry basis Biotechnology" a must-have volume.

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Software and Mind: The Mechanistic Myth and Its Consequences

Software and Mind discusses the fallacies of the mechanistic ideology and the degradation of minds caused by these fallacies. Mechanism holds that every aspect of the world can be represented as a simple hierarchical structure of entities. But, while useful in fields like mathematics and manufacturing, this idea is generally worthless, because most aspects of the world are too complex to be reduced to simple structures. Our software-related affairs, in particular, cannot be represented in this fashion. And yet, all programming theories and development systems, and all software applications, attempt to reduce real-world problems to neat hierarchical structures of data, operations, and features.
Addressing general readers as well as software practitioners, 
Using Karl Popper's famous principles of demarcation between science and pseudoscience, the book shows that the mechanistic ideology has turned most of our software-related activities into pseudoscientific pursuits. Using mechanism as warrant, the software elites are promoting invalid, even fraudulent, software notions. They force us to depend on generic, inferior systems, instead of allowing us to develop software skills and to create our own systems. Software mechanism emulates the methods of manufacturing, and thereby restricts us to high levels of abstraction and simple, isolated structures. The benefits of software, however, can be attained only if we start with low-level elements and learn to create complex, interacting structures.

Software, the book argues, is a non-mechanistic phenomenon. So it is akin to language, not to manufactured objects. Like language, it permits us to mirror the world in our minds and to communicate with it. Moreover, we increasingly depend on software in everything we do, in the same way that we depend on language. Thus, being restricted to mechanistic software is like thinking and communicating while being restricted to some ready-made sentences supplied by an elite. Ultimately, by impoverishing software, our elites are achieving what the totalitarian elite described by George Orwell in Nineteen Eighty-Four achieves by impoverishing language: they are degrading our minds.


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Software and Mind discusses the fallacies of the mechanistic ideology and the degradation of minds caused by these fallacies. Mechanism holds that every aspect of the world can be represented as a simple hierarchical structure of entities. But, while useful in fields like mathematics and manufacturing, this idea is generally worthless, because most aspects of the world are too complex to be reduced to simple structures. Our software-related affairs, in particular, cannot be represented in this fashion. And yet, all programming theories and development systems, and all software applications, attempt to reduce real-world problems to neat hierarchical structures of data, operations, and features.
Addressing general readers as well as software practitioners, 
Using Karl Popper's famous principles of demarcation between science and pseudoscience, the book shows that the mechanistic ideology has turned most of our software-related activities into pseudoscientific pursuits. Using mechanism as warrant, the software elites are promoting invalid, even fraudulent, software notions. They force us to depend on generic, inferior systems, instead of allowing us to develop software skills and to create our own systems. Software mechanism emulates the methods of manufacturing, and thereby restricts us to high levels of abstraction and simple, isolated structures. The benefits of software, however, can be attained only if we start with low-level elements and learn to create complex, interacting structures.

Software, the book argues, is a non-mechanistic phenomenon. So it is akin to language, not to manufactured objects. Like language, it permits us to mirror the world in our minds and to communicate with it. Moreover, we increasingly depend on software in everything we do, in the same way that we depend on language. Thus, being restricted to mechanistic software is like thinking and communicating while being restricted to some ready-made sentences supplied by an elite. Ultimately, by impoverishing software, our elites are achieving what the totalitarian elite described by George Orwell in Nineteen Eighty-Four achieves by impoverishing language: they are degrading our minds.


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Fundamentals of Calculus


This open-source book by Crowell, Robbin, and Angenent is a spin-off of a previous open-source book by Robbin and Angenent. It covers the first semester of a freshman calculus course.


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This open-source book by Crowell, Robbin, and Angenent is a spin-off of a previous open-source book by Robbin and Angenent. It covers the first semester of a freshman calculus course.


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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

A Dictionary of Virology



Completely revised and updated, this dictionary includes neabry 3500 entries on classification according to the latest (6th) ICTV report, details of virus structure, replication and role in disease, as well as control or preventative measures, commonly used cell lines and explanations of terms applicable in molecular biology as related to viruses. References to antiviral drugs used clinically or experimentally are also included, as well as numerous hard-to-find anecdotal facts.



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Completely revised and updated, this dictionary includes neabry 3500 entries on classification according to the latest (6th) ICTV report, details of virus structure, replication and role in disease, as well as control or preventative measures, commonly used cell lines and explanations of terms applicable in molecular biology as related to viruses. References to antiviral drugs used clinically or experimentally are also included, as well as numerous hard-to-find anecdotal facts.



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Fundamentals of Biochemistry, Garret


 



Intended for the one- or two-term introductory biochemistry course taught at the junior/senior level, this beautifully and consistently illustrated text gives science majors the most current presentation of biochemistry available. Written by a chemist and a biologist, the book presents biochemistry from balanced perspectives.


CONTENTS......Page 8
Introduction......Page 11
Carbohydrates......Page 53
Lipids and Membranes......Page 87
Nucleic Acids......Page 123
Amino Acids and Proteins......Page 149
Enzymes and Kinetics......Page 191
Vitamins and Coenzymes......Page 235
Introduction to Metabolism......Page 267
Carbohydrate Metabolism......Page 285
Lipid Metabolism......Page 353
Nucleic Acid Metabolism......Page 389
Amino Acid and Protein Metabolism ......Page 437
Photosynthesis......Page 477
General Biochemistry Glossary......Page 511
Suggested Readings......Page 545
Common Important Abbreviations ......Page 547
Index......Page 555

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Intended for the one- or two-term introductory biochemistry course taught at the junior/senior level, this beautifully and consistently illustrated text gives science majors the most current presentation of biochemistry available. Written by a chemist and a biologist, the book presents biochemistry from balanced perspectives.


CONTENTS......Page 8
Introduction......Page 11
Carbohydrates......Page 53
Lipids and Membranes......Page 87
Nucleic Acids......Page 123
Amino Acids and Proteins......Page 149
Enzymes and Kinetics......Page 191
Vitamins and Coenzymes......Page 235
Introduction to Metabolism......Page 267
Carbohydrate Metabolism......Page 285
Lipid Metabolism......Page 353
Nucleic Acid Metabolism......Page 389
Amino Acid and Protein Metabolism ......Page 437
Photosynthesis......Page 477
General Biochemistry Glossary......Page 511
Suggested Readings......Page 545
Common Important Abbreviations ......Page 547
Index......Page 555

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