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Neurospora: Contributions of a Model Organism
16 July 2011

Neurospora: Contributions of a Model Organism
Neurospora: Contributions of a Model Organism
299 pages | Aug 31 2010 |ISBN: 0195122364| PDF | 25.5 Mb

This book will serve as the definitive reference work on laboratory methods and the basic physiology, biochemistry, development, genetics, and molecular biology of Neurospora, a standard model filamentous fungus. Among the fungi, Neurospora is second only to yeast as a basic model organism, and there has been no standard guide to the organism until now.
Supreme Beings Of Leisure - Supreme Beings Of Leisure (2000)
25 February 2013

Supreme Beings Of Leisure - Supreme Beings Of Leisure (2000)

Supreme Beings Of Leisure | Supreme Beings Of Leisure
Release:2000 | FLAC (image+.cue) | lossless | 315 MB
Genre: Broken Beat, Dub, Downtempo, Jazz Grooves, Trip-Hop
Zero-G Rhythm Organism MULTiFORMAT
8 June 2011

Zero-G Rhythm Organism MULTiFORMAT
Zero-G Rhythm Organism MULTiFORMAT
TEAM ASSiGN | 09 JUNE 2011 | 964MB

Zero-G and Xfonic present RHYTHM ORGANISM - over 800 samples of didgeridoo grooves and single hits from the master, Charlie McMahon. This exciting new sample library is full of amazing electronic didgeridoo sounds played by the brilliant Charlie McMahon. The grooves and single hits can be used for many different music styles from hiphop to techno, trance, electronic music, jazz, swing pop and more.
Stock Photos - Human Organism
22 August 2013

Stock Photos - Human Organism

Stock Photos - Human Organism
25 JPG | XXXL | 70 MB
Stock Photos - Human Organism 2
23 September 2013

Stock Photos - Human Organism 2

Stock Photos - Human Organism 2
25 JPG files | XXXL | 71 MB
Being Human S03E08
7 April 2011

Being Human S03E08
The central premise of Being Human is that various types of supernatural beings exist alongside human beings, with varying degrees of menace; that three of these supernatural beings are opting to live amongst human beings rather than apart from them; and that these three characters are attempting (as much as is possible) to live ordinary human lives despite the pressures and dangers of their situations. They are constantly threatened with exposure or persecution, with pressure from other supernatural creatures, and with problems caused by their attempts to deal with their own natures.
That Complex Whole: Culture And The Evolution Of Human Behavior
7 December 2011

That Complex Whole: Culture And The Evolution Of Human Behavior

That Complex Whole: Culture And The Evolution Of Human Behavior

1999 | 176 | ISBN: 0813337054 , 0813337046 | PDF | 18 Mb

When evolutionary biology stretched out a tentacle called sociobiology and began to probe human behavior back in the 1970s, there was no room for neutrality. Advocates of the new science hailed the dawn of a new era in our understanding of human behavior, while opponents wrung their hands with concern over the new fieldís potential to transform and even destroy anthropology and other social and behavioral sciences. Twenty years later, little has changed. Anthropology and its sister disciplines are still intact and thriving, though they seldom make use of insights from evolutionary biology. Cultural anthropology in particular has recoiled from the biological threat by moving away from the sciences and toward the humanities. During that same time, a new generation of scholars in biological anthropology, psychology, and other fields has made great progress by using evolutionary theory to understand human behavior, applying it to everything from mating and parenting to the study of mental illness. The success of this research program is threatened, however, by its lack of a serious role for the concept of culture.That Complex Whole: Culture and the Evolution of Human Behavior is an effort to develop a scientific study of human behavior that is at once evolutionary and cultural. In a lively, readable style, it deals with such serious, scholarly issues as how to best define culture, the question of whether culture is present in other species, human universals and human diversity, the relationship between culture and behavior, and cultural and moral relativism. It covers existing models of the relationship between cultural and biological evolution, including the concept of the meme and the new science of memetics, as well as the authorís own work on the role of culture in human communications that draws upon the study of animal signals....
The Design of Material, Organism, and Minds: Different Understandings of Design
22 July 2010

The Design of Material, Organism, and Minds
The Design of Material, Organism, and Minds: Different Understandings of Design †By †Silke Konsorski-Lang, Michael Hampe
Publisher: †Springer †2010 | †300 Pages | ISBN: 3540689958 | PDF | 4 MB
Design is eminent throughout different disciplines of science, engineering, humanities, and art. However, within these disciplines, the way in which the term design is understood and applied differs significantly. There still is a profound lack of interdisciplinary research on this issue.†
The Design of Material, Organism, and Minds: Different Understandings of Design
29 September 2010

The Design of Material, Organism, and Minds: Different Understandings of Design


The Design of Material, Organism, and Minds: Different Understandings of Design By Silke Konsorski-Lang, Michael Hampe


Publisher: Springer 2010 | 300 Pages | ISBN: 3540689958 | PDF | 15 MB



Design is eminent throughout different disciplines of science, engineering, humanities, and art. However, within these disciplines, the way in which the term design is understood and applied differs significantly. There still is a profound lack of interdisciplinary research on this issue. The same term is not even guaranteed to carry the same meaning as soon as one crosses over to other disciplines. Therefore, related synergies between disciplines remain largely unexplored and unexploited.This book will address design in the hope of promoting a deeper understanding of it across various disciplines, and to support Design Science as a discipline, which attempts to cover the vast number of currently isolated knowledge sources.
The Cell: Evolution of the First Organism (New Biology)
11 July 2011

The Cell: Evolution of the First Organism (New Biology)

The Cell: Evolution of the First Organism (New Biology) by Joseph Panno

English | 2004 | ISBN:0816049467 | PDF | 17 Mb

Understanding the cell is the key to grasping the significant potential and technological developments of the new biology. Gene therapy, animal cloning, and stem cell therapy are possible now only because of the great advances in our knowledge of cell biology, which modern technology has allowed scientists to make. As researchers are able to understand more about individual cells, questions and theories arise about such elements as DNA, enzymes, and chromosomes.