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  • A Place for Strangersby Tony Swain

    Cambridge University Press 1996; US$ 40.00 US$ 32.80

    This controversial and provocative 1993 book isa detailed study of the impact of outsiders on Australian Aboriginal world-views. more...

  • Topics in the Biochemistry of Natural Productsby Tony Swain

    Springer US 2012; US$ 119.00

    The study of plant natural products can be considered to have started in 1806 when Serturner isolated the first of these compounds, morphine, from the opium poppy. Over the next 150 years, numerous elegant and powerful techniques were developed for the isolation and structural identifi­ cation of a variety of classes of these substances. With increasing... more...

  • Biochemistry of Plant Phenolicsby Tony Swain

    Springer US 2013; US$ 99.00

    Phenolic compounds have attracted the attention of those interested in plant constituents for over 200 years. First as dyestuffs, meaicinals and tannins and, much later, because of their potential use in examining the systematic and evolutionary relationships of plants, and their impli­ cation in defence against both herbivores and phytopatho­ gens.... more...

  • English Regional Planning 2000-2010by Corinne Swain; Tim Marshall; Tony Baden

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 52.95

    English Regional Planning 2000-2010 chronicles a vital feature of recent UK planning activity, during the period of the Blair and Brown Labour governments up to 2010. It deals particularly with the regional scale of planning during these years, whereby large steps forward were made, but where policy making often proved very controversial. One purpose... more...

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