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- Oxford University Press 2002; US$ 34.99
From one-celled paramecium to giant blue whales, we all have internal clocks that regulate the rhythms we live by. In The Living Clock, John Palmer, one of the world's leading authorities on these rhythms, takes us on a tour of this broad and multifaceted subject, examining everything from glowing fruit flies to the best cures for jet lag. Palmer has... more...
- Springer 2006; US$ 249.00
The electron microscope has been used in hair research for half a century, but the knowledge gained through this study has become rather fragmented over the years. While the molecular biological study of hair has become an active field, even here, as in more traditional research, an understanding of the morphological aspects is essential because the... more...
- Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG 2006; US$ 199.00
The topic of skin aging is of growing importance to all working in the field of dermatology, aesthetic medicine and cosmetic medicine. This volume presents a review of all aspects of skin aging. It is aimed at specialists interested in dermatology, aesthetic medicine, cosmetic science, cutaneous biology and aging research. more...
- Oxford University Press 2006; US$ 34.95
This is true, for he does show theoretically why there is no need for us to age, i.e. that there is no "death gene" that determines, more or less precisely, our longevity. Just don't expect any miracle cures. From a layman's viewpoint, the evolutionary argument he constructs for the development of aging in species is well elucidated and highly convincing.... more...
- IOS Press 2005; US$ 112.00
In occupational safety and health acts, ordinances, regulations, directives, standards and guidelines, A-weighted sound exposures, varying in level and duration, are traditionally converted to an 8-hour-average sound level by applying the 3-dB exchange rate. Under the prerequisite that the energy equivalent rating level does not exceed 85 dB(A)/8 h,... more...
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc 2006; US$ 269.00
The mechanisms of interaction for fields at low frequencies are very different from those at high frequencies. The interaction of electromagnetic fields and waves with biological systems is frequency-dependent. This work is part of the "Advances in Electromagnetic Fields in Living Systems" series. more...
- Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG 2006; US$ 239.00
Contains articles which are the outcome of a colloquium sponsored by Foundation IPSEN, in which interdisciplinary perspectives were brought to bear on conceptual, empirical and clinical aspects of the relationship between frailty and longevity. more...
- University of Minnesota Press 1981; US$ 67.50
This volume explores the significant contributions of animals to our understanding of aging, to improving geriatric medicine, adn to providing companionship and assistance to the elderly. Leo L. Bustad discusses what can be learned from animal life-span s more...
- Penguin Group US 2008; US$ 12.95
A collection of extreme, gross-out, cringe-worthy? and irresistible?trivia. How long does the human head remain conscious after decapitation? What fish communicates by farting? What birds use vomit and poop as weapons? What worm lives in your intestine and may crawl out your nose? What is ?liquid cat?? What historical figure drank the... more...
- Wiley 2008; US$ 188.00
Prominent contributors address issues regarding the toxicity of aluminum which causes an encephalopathy in renal dialysis patients and is also known to damage animals and plants via acid rain. Examines the chemistry and biology of aluminum compounds focusing on the evidence for and against aluminum's role in Alzheimer's disease. more...