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  • The Colour of Foodby Anne Else

    Awa Press 2013; US$ 9.99

    When Anne Else married at the age of 19, she had never cooked a meal, despite having grown up above a grocery shop. That shaky start notwithstanding, she went on to become an enthusiastic cook?with a bit of help from Elizabeth David, Nancy Spain, Katharine Whitehorn, and the Duchess of Windsor. In this captivating memoir, Else recounts the story of... more...

  • Toxic Effects of Nanomaterialsby Haseeb Ahmad Khan; Ibrahim Abdulwahid Arif

    Bentham Science Publishers 2012; US$ 59.00

    Toxic Effects of Nanomaterials provides an authoritative work of international experts in the field of nanotoxicology spanning 8 chapters. A key feature of the e-book is a broad coverage of phytotoxicity of nanoparticles, which is largely neglected in many texts. more...

  • The Amoeba in the Roomby Nicholas P. Money

    Oxford University Press 2014; US$ 18.99

    Animals and plants rule the world - or do they? A cup of seawater contains 100 million cells which are preyed upon by billions of viruses; a pinch of soil swarms with cryptic microbes whose activities are a mystery; 50 million tons of fungal spores are released into the atmosphere every year and affect the weather; and, human beings are mobile ecosystems... more...

  • Bacteria from Fish and Other Aquatic Animalsby N.B. Buller

    CABI 2004; US$ 135.00

    This manual enables the identification of bacteria that may be found in animals (particularly fish) that inhabit the aquatic environment. The emphasis is on bacteria from farmed aquatic animals and the contents include interpretation of biochemical identification tests and sets. more...

  • Bacterial Cellular Metabolic Systemsby K. Shimizu

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 265.00

    The metabolic regulation of a cell system is of critical importance in systems biology, and a robust model of these mechanisms is essential in predicting the effects on the metabolism of both the culture environment and the knockout of specific genes. Bacterial cellular metabolic systems focuses on this highly topical subject in relation to culture... more...

  • Biofilms in the Dairy Industryby Koon Hoong Teh; Steve Flint; John Brooks; Geoff Knight

    Wiley 2015; US$ 200.00

    In recent years, the formation and impacts of biofilms on dairy manufacturing have been studied extensively, from the effects of microbial enzymes produced during transportation of raw milk to the mechanisms of biofilm formation by thermophilic spore-forming bacteria. The dairy industry now has a better understanding of biofilms and of approaches that... more...

  • Biofilms in the Food Environmentby Anthony L. Pometto III; Ali Demirci

    Wiley 2015; US$ 199.95

    In nature, microorganisms are generally found attached to surfaces as biofilms such as dust, insects, plants, animals and rocks, rather than suspended in solution. Once a biofilm is developed, other microorganisms are free to attach and benefit from this microbial community. The food industry, which has a rich supply of nutrients, solid surfaces,... more...

  • Fungal Biomoleculesby Vijai Kumar Gupta; Robert L. Mach; S. Sreenivasaprasad

    Wiley 2015; US$ 200.00

    Fungi have an integral role to play in the development of the biotechnology and biomedical sectors. The fields of chemical engineering, Agri-food,Biochemical, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics and medical device development all employ fungal products, with fungal biomolecules currently used in a wide range of applications, ranging from drug development... more...

  • Guide to Foodborne Pathogensby Labbé; Ronald G.; Garcí; Santos a

    Wiley 2013; US$ 215.00

    Guide to Foodborne Pathogens  covers pathogens?bacteria, viruses, and parasites?that are most commonly responsible for foodborne illness. An essential guide for anyone in the food industry, research, or regulation who needs to ensure or enforce food safety, the guide delves into the nature of illnesses, the epidemiology of pathogens, and current detection,... more...

  • In Rivers, Lakes, and Pondsby Sabrina Crewe

    Infobase Publishing 2010; US$ 36.00

    From single-cell amoebas and algae to microanimals, In Rivers, Lakes, and Ponds teaches readers about the microscopic creatures that live in the still waters of lakes and ponds and the rushing waters of rivers and streams. more...