Kurzlehrbuch Biologie by Gerd Poeggel

By Gerd Poeggel

Von der Zelle zum Mensch!

Mit dem Kurzlehrbuch Biologie bekommst Du:

- Das gesamte prüfungsrelevante Wissen für das Fach Biologie: Bereite Dich sinnvoll auf Semesterprüfungen und Dein Examen vor.

- Eine klare Gliederung und übersichtliche Aufbereitung des Fachs Biologie: Strukturiere Deinen Lernplan, wie Du möchtest.

- Abbildungen: Betrachte genau wie das Gelernte tatsächlich aussieht.

- Tabellen: Schau Dir alle Fakten auf einen Blick an.

- Klinische Bezüge: Lerne die Themen kennen, die Dir später auch in der Klinik wieder begegnen.

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Electron Probe Microanalysis: Applications in Biology and by T. A. Hall (auth.), Dr. Karl Zierold, Herbert K. Hagler

By T. A. Hall (auth.), Dr. Karl Zierold, Herbert K. Hagler Ph.D. (eds.)

The goal of electron probe microanalysis of organic platforms is to spot, localize, and quantify components, mass, and water in cells and tissues. the tactic is predicated at the concept that all electrons and photons rising from an electron beam irradiated specimen comprise details on its constitution and composition. particularly, power spectroscopy of X-rays and electrons after interplay of the electron beam with the specimen is used for this goal. in spite of the fact that, the applying of this technique in biology and medication has to beat 3 particular difficulties: 1. the main constituent of such a lot telephone samples is water. because liquid water isn't suitable with vacuum stipulations within the electron microscope, specimens need to be ready with no worrying the opposite elements, in parti­ cular diffusible ions (elements). 2. Electron probe microanaly­ sis offers actual info on both dry specimens or totally hydrated, frozen specimens. this knowledge often should be con­ verted into quantitative info significant to the mobile biologist or physiologist. three. Cells and tissues usually are not static yet dynamic platforms. therefore, for instance, microanalysis of physiolo­ gical procedures calls for sampling concepts that are tailored to handle particular organic or clinical questions. in the course of contemporary years, awesome growth has been made to beat those difficulties. Cryopreparation, picture research, and electron strength loss spectroscopy are key components that have solved a few difficulties and provide promise for destiny improvements.

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Molecular Modeling of Nucleic Acids by Neocles B. Leontis and John SantaLucia, Jr. (Eds.)

By Neocles B. Leontis and John SantaLucia, Jr. (Eds.)

content material: The energetics of nucleotide ionization in water-counterion environments / Harshica Fernando, Nancy S. Kim, George A. Papadantonakis, and Pierre R. LeBreton --
Parameterization and simulation of the actual houses of phosphorothioate nucleic acids / Kenneth E. Lind, Luke D. Sherlin, Venkatraman Mohan, Richard H. Griffey, and David M. Ferguson --
Crystallographic experiences of RNA inner loops / Stephen R. Holbrook --
Hydrogen-bonding styles saw within the base pairs of duplex oligonucleotides / William N. Hunter, Gordon A. Leonard, and Tom Brown --
constitution and balance of DNA containing inverted anomeric facilities and polarity reversals / James M. Aramini, Johan H. van de Sande, and Markus W. Germann --
Conformational research of nucleic acids : difficulties and suggestions / Andrew N. Lane --
NMR constitution decision of a 28-nucleotide sign popularity particle RNA with whole rest matrix tools utilizing corrected nuclear Overhauser impact intensities / Peter Lukavsky, Todd M. Billeci, Thomas L. James, and Uli Schmitz --
Molecular modeling of DNA utilizing Raman and NMR facts, and the nuclease job of 1,10-phenanthroline-copper ion / W.L. Peticolas, M. Ghomi, A. Spassky, E.M. Evertsz, and T.S. Rush, III --
three-d NOESY-NOESY hybrid-hybrid matrix refinement of a DNA three-way junction / Varatharasa Thiviyanthan, Nishantha Illangasekare, Elliott Gozansky, Frank Zhu, Neocles B. Leontis, Bruce A. Luxon, and David G. Gorenstein --
choice of structural ensembles from NMR facts : conformational sampling and chance evaluate / Nikolai B. Ulyanov, Anwer Mujeeb, Alessandro Donati, Patrick Furrer, He Liu, Shauna Farr-Jones, David E. Konerding, Uli Schmitz, and Thomas L. James --
NMR stories of the binding of an SPXX-containing peptide from high-molecular-weight simple nuclear proteins to an A-T wealthy DNA hairpin / Ning Zhou and Hans J. Vogel --
Thermodynamics of duplex formation and mismatch discrimination on photolithographically synthesized oligonucleotide arrays / Jonathan E. Forman, Ian D. Walton, David Stern, Richard P. Rava, and Mark O. Trulson --
RNA folding dynamics : machine simulations via a genetic set of rules / A.P. Gultyaev, F.H.D. van Batenburg, and C.W.A. Pleij --
An up-to-date recursive set of rules for RNA secondary constitution prediction with more advantageous thermodynamic parameters / David H. Mathews, Troy C. Andre, James Kim, Douglas H. Turner, and Michael Zuker --
Modeling of DNA through molecular dynamics simulation : constitution, bending, and conformational t[r]ansitions / D.L. Beveridge, M.A. younger, and D. Sprous --
Molecular dynamics simulations on nucleic acid platforms utilizing the Cornell et al. strength box and particle mesh Ewald electrostatics / T.E. Cheatham, III, J.L. Miller, T.I. Spector, P. Cieplak, and P.A. Kollman --
Observations at the A as opposed to B equilibrium in molecular dynamics simulations of duplex DNA and RNA / Alexander D. MacKerell, Jr. --
Modeling duplex DNA oligonucleotides with transformed pyrimidine bases / John Miller, Michael Cooney, Karol Miaskiewicz, and Roman Osman --
How the TATA field selects its protein accomplice / Nina Pastor, Leonardo Pardo, and Harel Weinstein --
RNA tectonics and modular modeling of RNA / Eric Westhof, Benoît Masquida, and Luc Jaeger --
Hairpin ribozyme constitution and dynamics / A.R. Banerjee, A. Berzal-Herranz, J. Bond, S. Butcher, J.A. Esteban, J.E. Heckman, B. Sargueil, N. Walter, and J.M. Burke --
Molecular modeling experiences at the ribosome / Stephen C. Harvey, Margaret S. VanLoock, Thomas R. Rasterwood, and Robert K.-Z. Tan --
Modeling strange nucleic acid constructions / Thomas J. Macke and David A. Case --
computing device RNA 3-dimensional modeling from low-resolution information and multiple-sequence info / François significant, Sébastien Lemieux, and Abdelmjid Ftouhi --
Comparative modeling of the three-d constitution of sign attractiveness particle RNA / Christian Zwieb, Krishne Gowda, Niels Larsen, and Florian Müller.

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Applications of Continuous and Steady-State Methods to Root by D. B. Layzell, S. Hunt, B. J. King (auth.), John G. Torrey,

By D. B. Layzell, S. Hunt, B. J. King (auth.), John G. Torrey, Lawrence J. Winship (eds.)

This ebook offers an outstanding representation of the interrelationship among growth in medical technique and conceptual advances, and its publica­ tion may still give a contribution to additional advances. it really is popular that significant advances in realizing usually persist with the advance of recent tools. the improvement of the acetylene aid assay for nitrogenase task offers a great instance of this interrelationship among thought and techniques. Theoretical wisdom ended in a look for substrates for nitro­ genase which may be assayed for extra simply than ammonium, the conventional made from the enzyme. the invention of the aid of acetylene to ethylene by means of nitrogenase supplied the best resolution to the matter by means of provid­ ing a fast, particular, nondestructive, and cheap assay for nitrogenase task. This assay is now utilized by virtually each laboratory doing learn on nitrogen fixation. although, extra use and improvement of the acetylene relief assay has proven that it may underestimate nitrogenase job and will even supply improper relative values below a few conditions. the key challenge is that publicity of legume nodules to acetylene could cause a wide bring up within the resistance to oxygen diffusion into the nodule. This lowered offer of oxygen decreases the speed of nitrogenase task inside a number of minutes.

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Fungal Biology, 4th Edition by Jim Deacon(auth.)

By Jim Deacon(auth.)

Visit the accompanying site from the writer at www.blackwellpublishing.com/deacon.

Fungal Biology is the absolutely up-to-date re-creation of this undergraduate textual content, masking all significant components of fungal biology and offering insights into many topical components.

  • Provides insights into many topical components corresponding to fungal ultrastructure and the mechanisms of fungal development, vital fungal metabolites and the molecular thoughts used to check fungal populations.
  • Focuses at the interactions of fungi that shape the foundation for constructing organic regulate brokers, with a number of advertisement examples of the regulate of insect pests and plant illnesses.
  • Emphasises the useful biology of fungi, with examples from fresh learn.
  • Includes a transparent illustrative account of the positive factors and importance of the most fungal groups.

Content:
Chapter 1 creation: The Fungi and Fungal actions (pages 1–15): Jim Deacon
Chapter 2 the range of Fungi and Fungus?Like Organisms (pages 16–47): Jim Deacon
Chapter three Fungal constitution and Ultrastructure (pages 48–66): Jim Deacon
Chapter four Fungal progress (pages 67–84): Jim Deacon
Chapter five Differentiation and improvement (pages 85–109): Jim Deacon
Chapter 6 Fungal meals (pages 110–121): Jim Deacon
Chapter 7 Fungal Metabolism and Fungal items (pages 122–141): Jim Deacon
Chapter eight Environmental stipulations for development, and Tolerance of Extremes (pages 142–157): Jim Deacon
Chapter nine Fungal Genetics, Molecular Genetics, and Genomics (pages 158–183): Jim Deacon
Chapter 10 Fungal Spores, Spore Dormancy, and Spore Dispersal (pages 184–212): Jim Deacon
Chapter eleven Fungal Ecology: Saprotrophs (pages 213–236): Jim Deacon
Chapter 12 Fungal Interactions: Mechanisms and sensible Exploitation (pages 237–255): Jim Deacon
Chapter thirteen Fungal Symbiosis (pages 256–278): Jim Deacon
Chapter 14 Fungi as Plant Pathogens (pages 279–308): Jim Deacon
Chapter 15 Fungal Parasites of bugs and Nematodes (pages 309–321): Jim Deacon
Chapter sixteen “The Moulds of guy” (pages 322–337): Jim Deacon
Chapter 17 rules and perform of Controlling Fungal progress (pages 338–355): Jim Deacon

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New Frontiers in Bryology: Physiology, Molecular Biology and by Volker Knoop, Yin-Long Qiu, Koichi Yoshinaga (auth.), Andrew

By Volker Knoop, Yin-Long Qiu, Koichi Yoshinaga (auth.), Andrew J. Wood, Melvin J. Oliver, David J. Cove (eds.)

The mosses (Bryophatea, Musci) are a various and commonly disbursed staff of land vegetation. Mosses are beautiful experimental vegetation simply because they express the conventional attributes of fine version structures (Le. ease of progress & upkeep, quick iteration time, and amenable genetics) with the further good thing about a haploid gametophyte that allowed developmental mutants to be recovered with relative ease. furthermore, mosses having the ability to tolerate severe environmental stipulations supply lifelike types for the research of environmental stress-tolerance; relatively when put next to tracheophytes reminiscent of Arabidopsis thaliana during which those vital plant phenotypes are both no longer in actual fact expressed or completely missing. And, in a single of the main intriguing advancements in Plant Biology, effective homologous recombination happens within the moss Physcomitrella patens. the power to accomplish effective homologous recombination (Le. gene knock-outs) in P. patens is at the moment special among all crops and represents a really strong method for the practical research of many plant genes. over the last five years, a world-wide group of moss researchers has developed. A hugely profitable "Moss" convention has been held each year (l998-Mumbai, India; 1999-Carbondale, IL, united states; 2000-Villars, Switzerland; 200l-0kazaki, Japan; 2002-Ambleside, united kingdom; 2003-St. Louis, MO, united states) with "Moss 2004" deliberate to be held in Frieburg Germany. those meetings were instrumental within the production & improvement of robust collaborative ties, and the unfastened trade of either rules and materials.

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Advances in Computational Biology by Pasi Luukka (auth.), Hamid R. Arabnia (eds.)

By Pasi Luukka (auth.), Hamid R. Arabnia (eds.)

Proceedings of The 2009 overseas convention on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology in Las Vegas, NV, July 13-16, 2009. contemporary advances in Computational Biology are lined via numerous issues. either inward study (core parts of computational biology and laptop technology) and outward examine (multi-disciplinary, Inter-disciplinary, and purposes) could be lined through the meetings. those contain: Gene law, Gene expression databases, Gene trend discovery and identity, Genetic community modeling and inference, Gene expression research, RNA and DNA constitution and sequencing, Biomedical engineering, Microarrays, Molecular series and constitution databases, Molecular dynamics and simulation, Molecular series category, alignment and meeting, snapshot processing In drugs and organic sciences, series research and alignment, Informatics and information in Biopharmaceutical examine, software program instruments for computational biology and bioinformatics, Comparative genomics; and more.

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Arabidopsis Protocols 2nd edition (Methods in Molecular by Julio Salinas (Editor), Jose J., Ph.D. Sanchez-Serrano

By Julio Salinas (Editor), Jose J., Ph.D. Sanchez-Serrano (Editor)

This number of with ease reproducible Arabidopsis protocols has been up-to-date to mirror contemporary advances in plant biology, the final touch of the Arabidopsis genome series, that's crucial for learning plant functionality, and the advance of complete platforms techniques that permit worldwide research of gene expression and protein and metabolite dynamics. The authors have integrated approximately all ideas built in Arabidopsis, others lately tailored from the conventional paintings in crop species, and the latest ones utilizing Arabidopsis as a version procedure. Highlights contain the newest methods-transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics - and their novel purposes (phosphoproteomics, DNA microarray-based genotyping, excessive throughput metabolite profiling, and single-cell RNA).

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Toll-Like Receptors: Methods and Protocols by Jakub Siednienko, Sinead M. Miggin (auth.), Claire E. McCoy,

By Jakub Siednienko, Sinead M. Miggin (auth.), Claire E. McCoy, Luke A. J. O’Neill (eds.)

In addition to their priceless function within the struggle opposed to an infection, Toll-Like Receptors (TLRs) in an less than- or over-active kingdom can result in the pathogenesis of ailment, making those receptors a key point of interest for plenty of learn laboratories. In Toll-Like Receptors: tools and Protocols, specialists within the box give a contribution recommendations presently used to review TLRs, their downstream signalling pathways, and their position within the pathogenesis of affliction, with sections studying TLR expression and the applying of genetic concepts and microarray research to TLR examine. Written within the hugely winning Methods in Molecular Biology™ sequence structure, chapters comprise short introductions to the themes, lists of the required fabrics and reagents, step by step, effectively reproducible laboratory protocols, and Notes sections highlighting pointers on troubleshooting and keeping off recognized pitfalls.

Versatile and state of the art, Toll-Like Receptors: equipment and Protocols presents a terrific handbook for quite a lot of biologists and scientific researchers learning those very important parts of the immune system.

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