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  • Somatosensory Systemby Ainsley Iggo

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 99.00

    The waterproof sensory sheet covering the mammalian body has a rich afferent innervation which provides an abundance of complex information for use by the central nervous system often in conjunction with information from receptors in the joints. This book is an attempt to provide a systematic account of the way in which this somatosensory system works.... more...

  • Microenvironmental Aspects of Immunityby B. Jankovic

    Springer US 2012; US$ 119.00

    Investigation of the morphology and function of lym­ phatic tissue evolved rapidly during the past few years. Many new aspects and dimensions have proved to be of gre­ at significance for the understanding of processes which are triggered by immunological means. The cellular coor­ dination that operates in immune response emphasizes aga­ in the importance... more...

  • The Physiology of Aggression and Defeatby Basil Eleftheriou

    Springer US 2012; US$ 99.00

    This short volume contains papers presented at a special symposium, "The Physiology of Aggression and Defeat," during the MAS meetings in Dallas, Texas, in December, 1968. At a time when we need to understand the basic mechan­ isms underlying various forms of aggression, these papers report progress toward this goal. Although the many social, psychologic... more...

  • Freeze-Etch Histologyby L. Orci; A. Perrelet

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; US$ 99.00

    The development of the electron microscope brought one to the other. The purpose of this book is to in a new era, in which cell structures could be provide a bridge, to help those who are familiar visualized down to a macromolecular level. It is of with conventional electron microscopy, to cross course well recognized that some cell components into... more...

  • Influences of Experimental Brain Edema on the Development of the Visual Systemby A. Raedler; J. Sievers

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2012; Not Available

    The experimental brain edema as a result of application of numerous different toxic agents has been the subject of a large number of publications (for synopses see Hirano, 1969; Long et al. , 1965). A concept that took the underlying causes of the lesions as the basis for classification of different types of brain edema was presented by Klatzo (1967).... more...

  • The Great White Bearby Kieran Mulvaney

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2011; US$ 14.99

    An up-close look at virtually everything interesting, important, or culturally relevant about the birth, life, and death of the polar bear. more...

  • The Chimps of Fauna Sanctuaryby Andrew Westoll

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2011; US$ 14.95

    This is a fascinating and moving account of a remarkable community of chimpanzees who gradually learn to become chimps again after spending years in research laboratories.  Brimming with empathy and touching stories, this book makes us question just what we owe to the animals who are our nearest genetic relations. more...

  • GIFT OF DEERby Helen Hoover

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2013; US$ 19.95

    In the farthest wilds of northeastern Minnesota, back in the Gunflint Range, the author of this book and her artist-husband have a two-room cabin home in the bush country. Beginning one Christmas Day when they first watched the starving deer they later named Peter, the Hoovers had many opportunities, a passionate inclination, and the nature skills... more...

  • Brumbyby Kathryn Massey; Mae Lee Sun

    Exisle Publishing 2013; US$ 13.99

    Brumbies - Australia’s wild horses - need our support more than ever before if they are to be protected for the enjoyment of future generations. Bringing together breathtaking photographs of Brumbies in the wild as well as often thought-provoking and entertaining stories from people privileged enough to have encountered or worked with them personally,... more...

  • Wolf Countryby John Theberge; Mary Theberge

    McClelland & Stewart 2013; US$ 21.00

    Wolves arouse a passion in people. Some are fascinated by them; others hate them. Time and again, John and Mary Theberge have been confronted by angry hunters and farmers who repeat the same refrain, ?What good is a wolf anyway?? In Wolf Country , John Theberge provides a gentle answer to that harsh question by describing the lives of the Algonquin... more...