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February
Principles and Techniques of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology - Keith Wilson, John WalkerThis new and expanded edition of the bestselling textbook has now been fully revised to include techniques from across the biosciences. It focuses particularly on those techniques that have led to recent advances in molecular biology and is designed to help students understand the theory and practical principles behind those methods. The book will be essential reading for all bioscience undergraduate students and pre-clinical medical students and will complement traditional undergraduate texts in biochemistry and molecular biology.
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February
Physiology: Cases and Problems (Board Review Series) - Linda S. CostanzoBRS Physiology Cases and Problems, Second Edition includes 56 case-based problems and questions that encourage medical students to integrate, problem solve, and think critically. Organized by body system, each chapter provides case studies, questions, and problems followed by complete explanations and solutions including diagrams, graphs, and charts. The book contains most relevant medical physiology and pathophysiology information, and integrates complex information across organ systems. It is helpful for traditional course material and a valuable tool for a clinical vignette review in
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February
Apostle Paul: His Life and Theology - Udo Schnelle, M. Eugene BoringPaul's writings are important not only for the establishment of the Christian faith but for the whole history of Western culture. This title constructs Paul's biography: his pre-Christian life, his conversion, his missionary journeys, and the context of his writings. It is an exposition of the theological themes that run through his writings.
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February
Service-Learning Companion - Dawn Duncan, Joan KopperudMore and more, students, instructors, and institutions are seeing how service learning--a means of combining community service with academic education--enhances the studies, careers, and overall lives of students as they work toward becoming civic-minded citizens and leaders. Service-Learning Companion provides guidance to students who have enrolled in a program with a service-learning component, or a special individual course that focuses on service learning. Its versatile structure allows instructors to implement it as a companion to a main text or to use it as a stand-alone text. Concise and
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February
Essentials of General, Organic, and Biochemistry - Melvin T. ArmoldWritten for students taking a broad course in general, organic and biochemistry, this text covers many examples of chemistry in health care and other applications to real life. The teaching focuses on fostering analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.
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February
A Beautiful Marsupial Afternoon: New (Soma)tics - CA Conrad"He's a poet for our time like Ginsberg was for his."—Eileen Myles "Conrad's work shows us that the body itself is the first source of alienation and estrangement from the self, and is thus the true subject of poetry. Only by engaging this body . . . can we achieve transport."—Bookforum What is the best Love you've ever had in this world? Be quiet while thinking about that Love. If someone comes along and starts talking, quietly shoo them away, you're busy, you're a poet with a penny in your mouth. . . . Now get your pen and paper and write about POVERTY, write line after line about starvation
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February
The Archaeology of Greece: An Introduction - William R. BiersWilliam R. Biers wrote The Archaeology of Greece to introduce students, teachers, and lay readers to the delights of exploring the world of ancient Greece. The great popularity of the first edition testifies to his success. In his preface to the second edition, Biers points out that, while the field of Greek archaeology may seem conservative and slow-moving, it has undergone major changes, especially in regard to work on the Bronze Age. The revised edition brings information on all areas up to date, reflecting the most recent research, and it includes cross references to Perseus II, the
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February
Classical Japanese: A Grammar - Haruo Shirane"Classical Japanese: A Grammar" is a comprehensive, and practical guide to classical Japanese. Extensive notes and historical explanations make this volume useful as both a reference for advanced students and a textbook for beginning students. The volume, which explains how classical Japanese is related to modern Japanese, includes detailed explanations of basic grammar, including helpful, easy-to-use tables of grammatical forms; annotated excerpts from classical premodern texts. Classical Japanese: A Grammar - Exercise Answers and Tables (ISBN: 978-0-231-13530-6) is now available for purchase as
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February
Smiley's People - John le CarréJohn le Carre's classic novels deftly navigate readers through the intricate shadow worlds of international espionage with unsurpassed skill and knowledge and have earned him -- and his hero, British Secret Service agent George Smiley -- unprecedented worldwide acclaim.Rounding off his astonishing vision of a clandestine world, master storyteller le Carre perfects his art in "Smiley's People." In London at dead of night, George Smiley, sometime acting Chief of the Circus (aka the British Secret Service), is summoned from his lonely bed by news of the murder of an ex-agent. Lured back to active
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February
Machinery Malfunction Dignosis and Correction - Robert C. EisenmannDiscusses the technology of analyzing process machinery malfunctions. This book begins with fundamental concepts of mechanical motion, and expands the basic models into acceptable simulations of real machines. It examines relationships between the actual machinery, the analytical model, and the vibration characteristics.