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A Textbook of Head Injury

By A.K. Mahapatra,Raj Kamal

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2005. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 427. Textbook of Head InjuryA.K. Mahapatra,Raj Kamal9788123919416

$18.75

Textbook of Industrial Pharmacy: Drug Delivery Systems, and Cosmetic and Herbal Drug Technology

By Shobha Rani R. Hiremath (ed.)

Orient BlackSwan/ Universities Press, 2008. Softcover. New. Textbook of Industrial Pharmacy is a pioneering effort that aims to bring together the three main specialties of pharmaceutical technology—drug delivery systems and industrial pharmacy, cosmetic technology and herbal drugs—in one book. With separate sections on these branches, this book provides detailed information about current techniques, as well as the concepts and principles on which they are based. Targeted at final year B Pharm and first year M Pharm students, this book includes many step-by-step procedures, illustrations, and examples relating to drug delivery systems, optimisation and validation of pharmaceuticals, herbal drugs and products, cosmetics and cosmeceuticals. In addition, key points and self-assessment questions have been included at the end of every chapter. Special Features: ? Systematic and thorough coverage of syllabus topics ? Step-by-step procedures ? Illustrations that enhance understanding of text ? Six full-colour plates ? Numerous examples to improve comprehension ? Key points and self-assessment questions Printed Pages: 464. NA

$15.95

I Explore: A Science Textbook, 7
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I Explore: A Science Textbook, 7

By Pankaj Tyagi,Parminder Chopra,Shobhita Johari

Cambridge University Press, 2010. Softcover. New. I Explore is an eight-level series of textbooks in science for school students. As envisaged in the National Curriculum Framework (2005) guidelines, these books have been designed to present science as a living body of knowledge where students are encouraged and guided to make exploratory forays of their own. Books 6 to 8 conform strictly to the specification of the latest NCERT syllabus for science at the middle school level. Special care has been taken to inculcate scientific aptitude in students through a variety of exercises and activities and to enhance their investigative and analytical ability. A number of tasks and exercises have been incorporated in the books to facilitate Continuous and Comprehensive Assessment (CCE). Key features • Thematic and activity-oriented approach in a graded manner makes learning comprehensive • Simple and clear style of presentation makes the understanding of concepts easy • Now you know in-text exercises facilitate development of formative skills by reinforcing concepts learnt before moving on to the next section • In-text Activities , In the Laboratory and Project Ideas foster skills of investigation and experimentation • Multiple sections with HOTS questions and activities encourage creative and analytical thinking • Sample test papers at the end of each book help in self-assessment • Do you know? section provides interesting supplementary scientific facts and information • Points to Remember summarises the key points of a chapter and helps in quick recapitulation • Important Definitions listed at the end of the chapter explains scientific terms and definitions • Short biography of a famous scientist given in each chapter chronicles his or her greatest achievements • Teacher`s Manual includes an overview of lessons and additional sample papers Printed Pages: 206. NA

$8.45

Library and Information Science for UGC-NET/SLET/JRF and Other Competitive Examinations, (Objective Type Questions)

By D.K. Pandey

Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2015. Hardcover. New. Printed Pages: 616. NA

$56.07

Textbook of Microbiology

By Kanika Sharma

Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2011. First edition. Softcover. New. This book has been written with an aim to provide an integrated knowledge about the fundamentals as well as applied aspects of Microbiology. It includes description of type, structure and mode of life of microorganisms, as well as the direct and indirect effects of microbial activities on human affairs. The text has been well defined and segregated into individual units, each dedicated to a specific area of Microbiology. Contents UNIT-I: FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF MICROBIOLOGY 1 Introduction to Microbiology 2 History of Microbiology 3 Microbial World 4 Observing, Measuring, and Counting Microbes 5 Culture and Identification of Microbes 6 Taxonomy, Nomenclature, and Classification of Bacteria UNIT-II: MICROBIAL WORLD: PROKARYOTIC MICROBES 7 Archaea 8 Bacteria 9 Cyanobacteria 10 Actinomycetes (Actinobacteria) 11 Mycoplasma 12 Phytoplasmas 13 Submicroscopic Microorganisms: Virus, Viroids, and Prions UNIT-III: MICROBIAL METABOLISM, GROWTH AND GENETICS 14 Chemical Nature of Microbial Cells 15 Concept of Metabolism 16 Microbial Nutrition and Growth 17 Synthesis of Macromolecules 18 Energy Generation 19 Microbial Genetics, Reproduction, and Genetic Exchange UNIT-IV: ENVIRONMENT AND MICROBES 20 Microbial Ecology and Soil Microbiology 21 Water and Air Microbiology 22 Food Microbiology 23 Pollution Microbiology UNIT-V: DISEASE AND MICROBES 24 Disease and Host-Parasite Interaction: Pathogenicity 25 Defense Mechanisms of Host 26 Diseases Caused by Microbial Pathogens 27 Microbial Control UNIT-VI: INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY 28 Fundamentals and Principles of Fermentation Technology 29 Tools of Fermentation Technology 30 Applications of Microbial Fermentation Index Printed Pages: 1211. Textbook of MicrobiologyKanika Sharma9788190840699

$26.06

Green Technologies for Sustainable Agriculture

By Arvind Kumar,Pushpalata Dubey

Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. New. India is an agriculture-based country and Indian agriculture has witnessed a covetable progress during the past days. However, the yield production is not as proportionate as the area of agricultural fields. Hence, it is challenge for our agricultural scientists and policy crisis. So, it is high time to explore and to develop recent strategies for green revolution as well as green technology for sustainable development. The present book opens new vista in designing the various green technology without causing extensive damage to the environment.;This book is a unique compilation of most recent research articles of eminent scientist of the concerned fields of agriculture, which will be helpful for students, research scholars, professors, scientists as well as for policy makers in achieving the goal of green revolution.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Green Technology in Relation to Sustainable Agriculture by Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra; Chapter 2: Soil and Groundwater Pollution by Agrochemicals: A Review by D S Kler, Navneet Kaur and R S Uppal; Chapter 3: Resource Productivity and Allocation Efficiency in the Production of Sunflower and Groundnut in Andhra Pradesh by Y Sudhakar Reddy and G P Reddy; Chapter 4: Vr, Wr Graphical Analysis for Horticultural Traits in Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var botrytis L) by Sanjeev Kumar, U K Kohli and Puja Rattan; Chapter 5: Phyllosphere Studies in Sewage Water Irrigated Fodder Grass Brachiaria mutica by S T Girisha and S Umesha; Chapter 6: Studies on Seed Conservation in Cucumber by C Vanniarajan, Sanjeev Saxena and T Nepolean; Chapter 7: Integrated Weed Management in Soybean (Glycine max) by Pardeep Kumar and Sat Paul Mehra; Chapter 8: Effect of Growth Regulators in Yield and Yield Components in Rice by P Subbaramamma and P S S Murthy; Chapter 9: Climatic influence on Water Use-Efficiencies in Irrigated wheat in India by S Venkataraman; Chapter 10: Genetic Divergence in Mungbean (Vigna radiata L Wilczek) by Ch Mallikarjuna Rao and Y Koteswara Rao; Chapter 11: Effect of Different Growing Media on Cut Flower Production of Gerbera (Gerbera jamesonii) Under Polyhouse Conditions by Lalits Bhangare, A S Jadhav, Madhuri Shirole, T K Tiwari and Subodhini Chavan; Chapter 12: Correlation and Path Analysis for Yield and Other Economic Traits in White x Colour Linted Crosses of American Cotton (G hirsutum L) by B Subbareddy and N Nadarajan; Chapter 13: Allelopathic Effect of Chenopodium murale Towards Lens culinaris by K Lavanya, Daizy R Batish, H P Singh and R K Kohli; Chapter 14: Effect of Sulphur Nutrition on Dry Matter Accumulation, Sugar Yield and Sulphur Uptake in Suru Sugarcane by A S Bhosale, T K Tiwari, C M Thakre, P V Mahatale and P G Ingole; Chapter 15: Dry Matter Accumulation and Nitrogen Uptake of Basmati Rice Varieties as Influenced by Nitrogen Application and Lodging Management by Harmandeep Singh, M S Sidhu and Virender Sardana; Chapter 16: Role of Copper and Manganese Application of Nitrate Reductae and Protease Enzyme Activities of Zingiber officinale Rosc L Var-1 by A Ksheroda Devi and P K Singh; Chapter 17: Reaction of Rice Cultivars Against Gall Midge (Orseolia oryzae Wood Mason) Population of Sambalpur, Orissa Under Natural Infestation Conditions by L Behera, S C Sahu, S Rajamani, H N Subudhi and L K Bose; Chapter 18: Influence of Carbon Sources on In vitro Seed Germination, Protocorn and Shoot Formation in Vanilla planifolia by M C Gayatri and R Kavyashree; Chapter 19: Influence of INM on Availability and Update of Macronutrients to Rice (Oryza sativa L) at Different Stage of Crop Growth by K Hema and G Swarajya Lakshmi; Chapter 20: Uptake of Nutrients by Maize and the Associated Weeds Under integrated Weed Management by S R Ghodake, T K Tiwari and V S Pawar; Chapter 21: Effect of Different Levels of Gulkand on Chemical Composition and Organoleptic Quality of Ic Printed Pages: 322. Green Technologies for Sustainable AgricultureArvind Kumar,Pushpalata Dubey9788170354192

$48.75

Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards and their Impacts on Fisheries/S. Ayyappan, A. Gopalakrishnan and V. S. Basheer 2. Fish Fauna of North East India : Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards/U.C. Goswami, W. Vishwanath, K.C. Jayaram and J.S. Datta Munshi 3. Fish Fauna from Western and Eastern Ghats of India and Prevailing Threats from Natural and Anthropogenic Issues/B. Madhusoodana Kurup and K.V. Radhakrishnan 4. Community Empowerment for Fisheries Co-Management/D. Kumar 5. Conservation and Management of Fish Genetic Resources : India and Global Scenario/W.S.Lakra 6. Sustainable Fisheries for Livelihood Improvement in Wetlands K.K.Vass 7. Anthropogenic Factors in Freshwater Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture/N. Sarangi 8. Subtle Issues and Hazards in Development of Coldwater Fisheries in India/P.C. Mahanta 9. Brackishwater Aquaculture : Performance, Potential and Pitfalls/M. Krishnan and, A.G. Ponniah 10. Marine Fisheries and its Impact on Coastal People/Mohan Joseph Modayil 11. Environment and Fish Health : A Holistic Assessment of Inland Fisheries in India/Manas Kr. Das 12. Impact of Farakka Barrage on Hilsa fisheries - An Overview/Ardhendu Mukherjee and V.R. Suresh 13. Status of the Indian Mangroves and its Roles in Coastal Aquaculture with Reference to Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards/Kumudranjan Naskar 14. Impact of Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards on Coastal Aquatic Environment/K. Dhevendaran 15. Long-term Impact of Tsunami on the Coastal Fisheries/L. Kannan. P. Sampathkumar and T. Thangaradjou 16. Impact of Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards on the Relationship Between Poverty, Environment, and Natural Fish Resources/B.N.Pandey 17. Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards on the Hydrobiology of the Brahmaputra River System/S.P.Biswas and Sanchita Boruah 18. Impact of Man-Made and Natural Hazards on Fisheries of the River Ganga in India/ Printed Pages: 0. NA" />

Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards on Fish and Fisheries

By Umesh C. Goswami

Narendra Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. New. The Indian sub-continent has experienced several natural and anthropogenic threats in various aquabodies comprising freshwater, estuaries, brackishwater, coastal and Marine Water systems. This has affected the Fish Fauna dwelling in such environments, as well as the fisheries for production offish from culture and capture fisheries. We have had the experience of the several Earthquakes (one immediately after independence in 1950 in the north-eastern part of the country, recent earthquakes in Gujarat) cyclones (such as the super cyclones in Orissa and along the Andhra Coast), Tsunami (in the south-east coast in 2005), floods, drought as well as the indiscriminate killing and Fishing of gravid and Juvenile Fishes poisoning the water, poaching, use of pesticides, weedicides, polutants from industries, Agricultural waste, all of which have greatly affected the concerned aqua bodies, fish fauna and fisheries at large. This special release, containing 30 articles from resource persons working in different national Institutions of the ICAR, and Universities of the country, deals with different hazards and threats on the fish fauna from two Biodiversity hot spots of the country, viz. North Hast India, and the Eastern and Western Ghats, their Effects on fish and fisheries of the Country which are included in inland, estuarine, brackishwater, coastal, marine, mangrove, wetlands and certain main River systems, viz. the Brahmaputra and Ganges system problems on shrimp farming, cage culture and migration of Hilsa after the Construction of the Farraka barrage, ecological disruption and long term effects of tsunami etc. This special release on Natural and Anthropogenic hazards on fish and fisheries was compiled in conformity with the focal theme, ""Planet Earth"" and the Symposium of the section Animal, Veterinary and Fishery Sciences on ""Natural and Anthropogenic hazards on the conversation and the Management of Biodiversity"". Table of Contents North East India word/natural"" Title=""natural"">Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards and their Impacts on Fisheries/S. Ayyappan, A. Gopalakrishnan and V. S. Basheer 2. Fish Fauna of North East India : Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards/U.C. Goswami, W. Vishwanath, K.C. Jayaram and J.S. Datta Munshi 3. Fish Fauna from Western and Eastern Ghats of India and Prevailing Threats from Natural and Anthropogenic Issues/B. Madhusoodana Kurup and K.V. Radhakrishnan 4. Community Empowerment for Fisheries Co-Management/D. Kumar 5. Conservation and Management of Fish Genetic Resources : India and Global Scenario/W.S.Lakra 6. Sustainable Fisheries for Livelihood Improvement in Wetlands K.K.Vass 7. Anthropogenic Factors in Freshwater Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture/N. Sarangi 8. Subtle Issues and Hazards in Development of Coldwater Fisheries in India/P.C. Mahanta 9. Brackishwater Aquaculture : Performance, Potential and Pitfalls/M. Krishnan and, A.G. Ponniah 10. Marine Fisheries and its Impact on Coastal People/Mohan Joseph Modayil 11. Environment and Fish Health : A Holistic Assessment of Inland Fisheries in India/Manas Kr. Das 12. Impact of Farakka Barrage on Hilsa fisheries - An Overview/Ardhendu Mukherjee and V.R. Suresh 13. Status of the Indian Mangroves and its Roles in Coastal Aquaculture with Reference to Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards/Kumudranjan Naskar 14. Impact of Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards on Coastal Aquatic Environment/K. Dhevendaran 15. Long-term Impact of Tsunami on the Coastal Fisheries/L. Kannan. P. Sampathkumar and T. Thangaradjou 16. Impact of Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards on the Relationship Between Poverty, Environment, and Natural Fish Resources/B.N.Pandey 17. Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards on the Hydrobiology of the Brahmaputra River System/S.P.Biswas and Sanchita Boruah 18. Impact of Man-Made and Natural Hazards on Fisheries of the River Ganga in India/ Printed Pages: 0. NA

$82.32

Medicinal Chemistry

By Madhu Chopra,V.K. Ahluwalia

Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2007. First edition. Hardcover. New. This book is primarily intended for the students and professionals in the pharmaceutical industry. Assuming Little prior Knowledge of the subject, the book gives a concise introduction to the Chemistry of therapeutically active compounds. It also includes a brief discussion on Drug development from the Discovery to Research Stage leading to final product. 1. The book is written in a readable and accessible style 2. The text is organised into Classes of Drugs with an emphasis on descriptions of their pharmacological effects. 3. The text involves the Study of existing drugs, their Biological properties and their Quantitative structure-activity Relationship (QSAR). Contents Preface Foreword 1. Drug Design and Development 2. Receptors and Drug Action 3. Enzymes : Catalytic Receptors 4. Drug Metabolism 5. Natural Products and Drug Development 6. Anticoagulants 7. Cardiovascular Drugs 8. Antimalarials 9. Analgesics 10. Antibiotics Antibacterials 11. Anticonculsants 12. Cancer Chemotherapy 13. Diuretics 14. Uricosuric Agents 15. Drugs for Aids and Related Disorders 16. Antiamebic Agents 17. Antiseptics and Disinfectants 18. Anthelmintics Printed Pages: 362. Medicinal ChemistryMadhu Chopra,V.K. Ahluwalia9788180521492

$33.56

Environmental Biotechnology and Cleaner Bioprocesses
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Environmental Biotechnology and Cleaner Bioprocesses

By Eugenia J. Olguin, Gloria Sanchez & Elizabeth Hernandez (Eds)

CRC Press/Ane Books, 1999. Hardcover. New. As we enter a new millennium, the environmental issues faced by both developing and industrialised nations are as pressing as ever. Environmental biotechnologies are increasingly being viewed as a major weapon against environmental damage. Cleaner production is part of this strategy and yet there is still widespread ignorance about this emerging technology. Environmental Biotechnology and Cleaner Bioprocesses provides this information at various levels, from introductory to advanced. The first section covers the development of cleaner bioprocesses within the framework of sustainable development. Aspects of environmental policy for small and medium businesses are then discussed using case studies to illustrate principles. The second section covers the recycling and treatment of organic waste, including the use of aquatic plants and microalgae for wastewater treatment and recovery of nutrients. Section three covers bioremediation technologies and finally, section four is dedicated to emerging cleaner bioprocesses and environmentally sound products. All chapters have been written and edited by leading authorities in the field. Students and professionals interested in environmental biotechnology and cleaner production will find the background information and detail they require in this one convenient source. Part 1: General Aspects and Case Studies 1. Cleaner Bioprocesses and Sustainable Development Eugenia J. Olguin 2. Environmental Policy and Small and Medium Enterprises Victor L. Urquidi 3. The Vital Issues Process: Managing Critical Infrastructures in the Global Arena Dennis Engi 4. Environmental Impact of Nitrogen Fertilisers in the `Bajio` Region of Guanajuato State, Mexico Oscar A. Grageda, Fernando Esparza-Garcia and Juan J. Pena-Cabriales 5. Impermeable Barrier Liners in Containment Type Landfills Emir J. Macari and Carlos H. Ortiz-Gomez 6. Control of Submicron Air Toxin Particles after Coal Combustion Utilizing Calcium Manganese Acetate Jianxi Zhao, Donald L. Wise, Edgar B. Gutoff, Joseph D. Gresser and Yiannis A. Levendis Part 2: Recycling and Treatment of Organic Wastes 7. Duckweed-Based Wastewater Treatment for Rational Resource Recovery and Reuse Huub J. Gijzen and Siemen Veenstra 8. Anaerobic Treatment of Tequila Vinasse Kuppusamy Ilangovan. Josefina Linerio, Roberto Briones and Adalberto Noyola 9. Immobilisation of Living Microalgae and their Use for Inorganic Nitrogen and Phosphorous Removal from Water Carlos Garbisu, Itziar Alkorta, Maria J. Llama and Juan L. Serra 10. Engineered Reed Bed Systems for the Treatment of Dirty Waters A.J. Biddlestone and K.R. Gray Part 3: Recalcitrant Compounds Removal 11. Immobilisation of Non-viable Cyanobacteria and their Use for Heavy Metal Adsorption from Water Alicia Blanco, Miguel Angel Sampedro, Begona Sanz, Maria J. Llama and Juan L. Serra 12. Bioremediation: Clean-up Biotechnology for Soils and Aquifers Susana Saval 13. Increasing Bioavailibility of Recalcitrant Molecules in Contaminated Soils Mariano Gutierrez-Rojas 14. Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils Maria Trejo and Rodolfo Quintero 15. Environmental Oil Biocatalysis Rafael Vazquez-Duhalt Part 4: Cleaner Bioprocesses 16. Clean Biological Bleaching Processs in the Pulp and Paper Industry Juan M. Lema, M Teresa Moreira, Carolyn Palma and Gumersindo Feijoo 17. The Cleaner Production Strategy Applied to Animal Production ^Eugenia J. Olguin 18. Clean Technologies Through Microbial Processes for Economic Benefits and Sustainability Horst W. Doelle, Aran Hanpongkittikun and Poonsuk Prasertsan 19. Cleaner Biotechnologies and the Oil Agroindustry Agustin Lopez-Munguia 20. In the Search of Novel and Better Bioinsecticides Argelia Lorence and Rodolfo Quintero 21. Bacillus thuringiensis: A Relationship between cry Gene Expression and Process Conditions Reynold R. Farrera and Mayra de la Torre 22. Cl Printed Pages: 344. Environmental Biotechnology and Cleaner BioprocessesEugenia J. Olguin, Gloria Sanchez & Elizabeth Hernandez (Eds)9780748407293

$22.31

Chemical Process Principles, Part II: Thermodynamics (Second Edition)

By K.M. Watson,O.A. Hougen,R.A. Ragatz

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2004. 2nd edition. Softcover. New. This new edition are in recognition of the great advances made in the development of chemical engineering curricula in terms of the basic engineering sciences. With increasing independenceof instruction from service courses taught by other branches of engineering the treatment of thermodynamics in this textbook has been enlarged particularly in the fields of fluid flow and power generation. Principles of fluid flow with consideration of thrust have been extended to the supersonic range as well as to the flow of compressible fluids through ducts and nozzles. Principles in the generation of power include steam turbines spark- ignition engines compression-ignition engines gas turbines free-piston engines turbojets ramjets and rockets. The thermodynamic problems of these devices are analyzed in terms of basic scientific principles but problems of mechanical design are not treated. Printed Pages: 1072. NA

$8.25

Serials Processing in Libraries

By S. Balakrishnam,P.K. Paliwal (eds.)

Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd., 2001. Hardcover. New. Serials are important enough to warrant separate treatment. Specialized knowledge and skill are required to handle serials. Serials` unique nature requires different treatment than other formats. Better coordination, cooperation, and communications are fostered. Duplicate record keeping is avoided. Most serials organization has been based on the idiosyncratic requirements of particular libraries rather than long-range planning theory, research is lacking about the two forms` relative effectiveness and it is uncertain which model will work best for future technological developments. Some important issues like-introduction; cataloguing of serials; CONSER project of the serials; role of standards in serials automation; serials librarian; serials education; budgeting of serials etc. are given exhaustive treatment in this book. Printed Pages: 270. Serials Processing in LibrariesS. Balakrishnam,P.K. Paliwal (eds.)9788126108916

$37.50

Essentials of ENT Examination Principles and Treatment

By J.T. Shah

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2005. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. Essentials of ENT Examination Principles and TreatmentJ.T. Shah9788123911793

$10.31

Fundamentals of Complex Analysis: Theory and Applications

By K.K. Dubey

I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, 2009. Softcover. New. 14 x 21 cm. The book divided in ten chapters deals with: • Algebra of complex numbers and its various geometrical properties, properties of polar form of complex numbers and regions in the complex plane. • Limit, continuity, differentiability. • Different kinds of complex valued functions. • Different types of transformations. • Conformal mappings of different functions. • Properties of bilinear and special bilinear transformation. • Line integrals, their properties and different theorems. • Sequences and series, Power series, Zero’s of functions, residues and residue theorem, meromorphic functions, different kinds of singularities. • Evaluation of real integrals. • Analytic continuation, construction of harmonic functions, infinite product, their properties and Gamma function. • Schwarz-Christoffel transformations, mapping by multi valued functions, entire functions. • Jenson’s theorem and Poisson-Jenson theorem. The book is designed as a textbook for UG and PG students of science as well as engineering. Contents: Algebra of Complex Numbers / Analytic Functions / Elementary Functions / Conformal Mappings / Complex Integration / Complex Sequences, Series and Power Series / Zeros Singularities and Residue / Special Topics / Mapping by Multivalued Functions and Schwarz-Christoffel Transformation / Growth of Entire Functions / Index. Printed Pages: 296. NA

$7.32

Fundamentals of Bioinformatics

By Harisha S.

I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, 2007. Softcover. New. 16 x 24 cm. Bioinformatics is an upcoming discipline of Life Sciences. It is an integration of computer science, and mathematical and statistical methods to manage and analyze the biological data. The fundamental issues that directly impact an understanding of life at structural, functional and molecular level, and regulation of gene expression can be studied by using bioinformatics tools. The Fundamentals of Bioinformatics is a comprehensive book for undergraduates, postgraduates and research scholars, who urge to learn about theoretical as well as practical aspects of this upcoming field. This pioneering book provides up-to-date information on bioinformatics and emphasizes recent topics like drug design technology, pharmacogenomics, proteomics and genomics. The present textbook will be an asset to Life sciences and technology institutions, since it has been designed based on the prescribed syllabus of various Indian Universities and aboard, and cover all the important topics on Bioinformatics. Contents: Bio-informatics / Database / Sequence Alignment and Database Searching / Phylogenetic Analysis / Predictive Methods / Plasmid Mapping and Primer Design / Proteomics and Genomics / Drug Design Methodology / List of Bioinformatics software / GCG Wisconsin Package / Appendix. Printed Pages: 274. NA

$9.20

Communications Skills for Professionals

By Col. D.S. Cheema

Laxmi Publications Pvt. Ltd, 2015. 5th or later edition. Softcover. New. 18 x 24 cm. Communication is the basic tool which intensifies one`s physical and mental growth. Communications has never received its due as it is taken for granted and the emphasis remains on production activities without realizing how the productivity can be improved by paying more attention to this very vital link within an organization and with the outside world. Communication has come to be known as the Achilles` heel of otherwise brilliant managers; it is their weak spot due to which they remain just managers but do not become leaders. It is well known that unless a leader has the managerial qualities and unless a manager has the leadership qualities, they cannot optimize the resources of an organization. The book `Communication Skills for Professionals` aims at improving communication skills among professionals at different levels of any organization has been long felt and that is the reason the subject of Communication Skills. Effort has been made to make this book suitable for the purpose of the professionals in industry and business houses.Contents: 1. Communications Skills 2. Communications Networks Methods 3. Oral Communication 4. Public Speaking 5. How to Win an Interviews? 6. Developing Good Communication Skills 7. Body Language and Non-Verbal Communications 8. Review of Grammar, Punctuation and Vocabulary Building Printed Pages: 109. NA

$3.57

Introduction to Industrial Chemistry

By Howard L. White

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2015. First edition. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. NA

$29.82

Text Book of Magnetostatistics

By R.K. Verma

Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2006. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 332. Text Book of MagnetostatisticsR.K. Verma9788183560666

$30.00

Science of Dental Materials Clinical Applications

By S. Bhatt

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2011. First edition. Softcover. New. 1 orientation to dentistry.2 general properties of matter. 3 impression materials(auxiliary materials). 4 cast and die materials. 5 dental polymers-resins. 6 prosthetic applicationsof polymers.7 bio-compatible aspects of dental materials.8 restorative dental cements. 9 composite resins. 10 direct filling gold. 11 silver amalgam. 12 dental ceramics. 13 dental waxes. 14 bonding of restoration. 15 casting investment materials. 16 metals solidification and microstructure. Printed Pages: 594. Science of Dental Materials Clinical ApplicationsS. Bhatt9788123913438

$20.63

Class Companion Class 8 Science

By Trishna Knowledge Systems

Pearson Education, 2012. First edition. Softcover. New. The `Class Companion` series is designed in accordance with the CBSE syllabus. It provides supplementary content and learning resources for the school-students of higher grades seeking to solve additional problems and thereby succeeding in their academic and competitive pursuits. The interactive learning design makes learning enjoyable. Inclusion of diverse range of practice exercises— from questions that reinforce learning to questions that tickle the analytical mind to improve students` problem-solving skills. The aim of this series is not only to improve performance in regular examinations but also to aid the development of skills needed to crack the competitive examinations. An invaluable resource for teachers and students, the Class Companion will simplify both teaching and learning. Now, learning will not be complete without the `Companion`! Contents: PART A Learning and Assessment Zone Chapter 1 Crop Production and Management Chapter 2 Microorganisms: Friends and Foe Chapter 3 Synthetic Fibres and Plastics Chapter 4 Metals and Non-Metals Chapter 5 Coal and Petroleum Chapter 6 Combustion and Flame Chapter 7 Conservation of Plants and Animals Chapter 8 Cell - Structure and Functions Chapter 9 Reproduction in Animals Chapter 10 Reaching the Age of Adolescence Chapter 11 Force and Pressure Chapter 12 Friction Chapter 13 Sound Chapter 14 Chemical Effects of Electric Current Chapter 15 Some Natural Phenomena Chapter 16 Light Chapter 17 Stars and Solar System Chapter 18 Pollution of Air and Water PART B Testing Zone PART C Solution Manual Printed Pages: 620. NA

$13.08

Information Technology in Business Management

By J.B. Dixit,Mukesh Dhunna

Laxmi Publications Pvt. Ltd, 2010. First edition. Softcover. New. The book `Information Technology in Business Management` is written for M.B.A., B.B.A., M.Tech./M.E./M.S., B.Tech., B.E., M.C.A., B.C.A., B.C.C.A., M.Sc., B.Sc. (Comp. Sc.), M.I.T., B.I.T., M.Com., B.Com., M.A. Economics, PGDCA and other Computer Programmes. Salient Features of the Book: Motivates the unmotivated students. Covers the basics of computer that every manager should know. Focuses on the technological changes and trends that are revolutionizing the various areas under IT and Business Management. Readers do not require computer experience backgrounds. Covers detailed theory supplemented with appropriate figures, tables and examples. Contents of the book include?Basics of Computer, Information Technology, Problem Solving Methodology, Data Representation, Hardware, The Central Processing Unit, Software Concepts, Multimedia, DOS, Windows XP, Linux, Microsoft Office 2007, DBMS, SQL, Networks and Communications, The Internet and Management Information Systems. Covers adequate number of exercises and review questions of all types. Provides reader friendly approach. Contents: 1. Basics of Computer 2. Information Technology 3. Problem Solving Methodology 4. Data Representation 5. Hardware 6. The Central Processing Unit 7. Software Concepts 8. Multimedia 9. Disk Operating System (DOS) 10. Windows XP 11. Linux 12. Word Processing 13. Spreadsheet Package 14. Presentation Package 15. Database Management System (DBMS) 16. Structured Query Language (SQL) 17. MS Access 18. Networks and Communication 19. The Internet 20. Management Information Systems Index Printed Pages: 797. Information Technology in Business ManagementJ.B. Dixit,Mukesh Dhunna9789380386232

$16.88

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