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Project Gutenberg · 59, free ebooks. Biology by Edmund B. Wilson. No cover available. Download; Bibrec Download This eBook. A Basic eBook covers concepts at the introductory level, suitable for anyone. Essentials of Cell Biology introduces readers to the core concepts of cell biology. This page contains listing of free Biology Books Online TextBooks and tutorials they are downnloadable or for viewing online in the html pdf zip chm or rar file.


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How do we use model organisms, like zebrafish, to locate specific genes involved in human biology? This eBook will take students through some of the seminal experiments in genetics, allowing students to review some of the data and literature that has provided us with our foundational understanding of our genetic material. Since the discovery of the helical structure of DNA, scientists began to elucidate the value of that structure. The double helix provided both a template and storage mechanism.

Mechanisms of transcription and translation take the information encoded in the DNA helix and make it "work" in cells, through the production of proteins defined by nucleic acid coding regions. Today, we know that the Central Dogma is much more complex. An Intermediate eBook is appropriate for someone who has mastered basic concepts in this subject.

Basic Biology: An Introduction (ebook)

Meant for all audiences, this eBook is a tutorial for those who have little or no experience or those advanced users who are not yet familiar with many of the gene-oriented browser features.

Intermediate The Important X Chromosome This series of articles reviews some important concepts about the X chromosome, such as This series of articles reviews some important concepts about the X chromosome, such as sex determination, X-linkage and X-inactivation. Intermediate Chromatin in Eukaryotic Regulation In eukaryotes, the tight or loose packaging of the genes in chromatin DNA plus specific In eukaryotes, the tight or loose packaging of the genes in chromatin DNA plus specific proteins can control whether the genes can be expressed to form their encoded product.

Chromatin is usually not "permissive" but it can be modified in specific areas to open it up for transcription of the genes. Chromatin is opened by remodeling complexes. Nucleosomes, eight histone molecules plus associate DNA of about nucleotides in length, can be "closed" by removing acetyl groups on the tails of the histones, or "opened" by placing acetyl groups there.

Placement of acetyl or methyl groups on a specific histone can have opposing effects or additive effects on gene expression. The gene expression effect of histone modification placements is called the histone code. DNA itself can be methylation and that also regulates gene expression, generally to turn off the gene.

Intermediate Types of Genetic Disease Genes play a role in many human disorders. Some rare disorders are linked to mutations in Genes play a role in many human disorders.

Some rare disorders are linked to mutations in single genes that follow Mendelian inheritance patterns. Gray-Wilson, D. Collecting and Preserving Insects and Arachnids edited by I. Millar, V. M Uys, R. Urban, , pp, 3. Chapman, Comparative Genomics edited by Nicholas H. Bergman, Lopes, Leonardo M. Crossing Over: The Basics of Evolution: Curious Creatures in Zoology by John Ashton, , pp, multiple formats. The Descent of Man by Charles Darwin, Dictionary of Ecology by Herbert C.

Hanson, , pages. Maggenti, , pp, 3. DNA Replication: Depamphilis ed. Dragons of the air: An account of extinct flying reptiles by H. Seeley, Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Wetlands and Water World Resources Institute, , 80 pp, 6. Elementary Zoology by Vernon L. Elephant Seals: Population Ecology, Behavior, and Physiology by B.

Le Beouf , R. Laws, Enzyme Technology by Martin F. Chaplin, Christopher Bucke, Essays on Wildlife Conservation edited by Peter Moyle, et al. Cummings, Jeffrey D. Esko, Evolution and Philosophy: An Introduction by John S. Wilkins, The Evolution of Aging by Theodore C. Goldsmith, , pages, 1. Smith, , pp, multiple formats. Extinct Monsters by H. Hutchinson, , pp, multiple formats. Extreme Genetic Enginering: Field and Woodland Plants by William S.

Furneaux, , pp, multiple formats. General Biology by Paul Doerder, et al. Genetic Engineering by Idah Sithole-Niang, , pp, 3. Fisher, Genetics and Molecular Biology by Robert Schleif, , pages, 5. Handbook of Medical Entomology by O. Johanssen, W.

Riley, Insects and Diseases by Rennie W. Doane, Inside the Cell by National Institutes of Health, , 84 pages, 2. Intermediate Genetics by Xiwen Cai. Introduction to Bioinformatics by Sabu M. Thampi, , pages, 2. Introduction to Biology by E. Lander, R. Weinberg, C. Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience by Iiro P. Jaaskelainen, , pp, 5.

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Murphy and Marc A. Lappe, Kimball, Kinetics for Bioscientist by Peter Klappa, , pages, 9. Lectures in Theoretical Biophysics by K. Schulten and I. Kosztin, , pages, 3. Marlow, , 5.

This section contains many topics on Biology and Health Sciences and each of these categories contain many free biology books and resources and these are highly beneficial for teachers and students of Health and Biology professionals. Some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded. This note covers the following topics: Importance of infection control for respiratory infections, Hierarchy of controls to reduce risk of transmission of respiratory pathogens , Environmental controls, High-risk settings and TB laboratories.

Author s: Aerosols and Aerobiology. Aerosols and Aerosol-Acquired Disease, The aerobiologic pathway of communicable infectious disease, experimental aerobiological infection, Sample Efficiencies of Biological Threat Agents in Aerosol, Aerosol biophysical characteristics, particle generation methods for infectious agents, Optimization of particle distributions and Initial host-pathogen interaction. Farmers Handbook on Basic Agriculture.

We trust that this Handbook will benefit maximum number of farmers to make farming economically and environmentally more sustainable. The book contains six chapters, each focusing on a particular topic.

Topics covered includes: Automation in Agriculture. This book intends to provide the reader with a comprehensive overview of the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and automation examples in agriculture.

Astrobiology by Leiden University. This note is intended to give a complete overview of the basics of Astrobiology, as well as some idea about future developments. Astrobiology, history, and society. This book addresses important current and historical topics in astrobiology and the search for life beyond Earth, including the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

Approved Lists of Bacterial Names. Names included in the approved List of Bacterial Names are the only names which are nomenclaturally valid as at the 1st January, Alphabetical arrangement under genera, species, and subspecies. Photo Gallery of Bacterial Pathogens. The web contains many images of bacterias.

The purpose of this page is to provide a central location to go to for images of pathogenic bacteria on the web. Medical Biomaterials. Introduction to Biomaterials, Properties of Mechanical and Physico-chemical, Mechanical properties, Resorbability, biodegradation, Biofilm.

Biological Engineering Design. This note illustrates how knowledge and principles of biology, biochemistry, and engineering are integrated to create new products for societal benefit. It uses a case study format to examine recently developed products of pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries: Global Advances in Biogeography.

The book focuses on spatial and temporal variation of biological assemblages in relation to landscape complexity and environmental change. This book is well illustrated with numerous maps, graphics, and photographs, and contains much new basic biogeographical information that is not available elsewhere.

EBOOK: Molecular Biology

It will serve as an invaluable reference for professionals and members of the public interested in global biogeography, evolution, taxonomy, and conservation.

Biogeography Lectures. Introduction to Bioinformatics Lecture. This note explains the following topics: Introduction to Bioinformatics for Medical Research. This note introduces a wide range of bioinformatics tools and concepts for application in medical research. This note is data-centric and focuses on practical use but introduces a few basic theoretical issues too. Biomechanics in Applications. This book focuses on experimental praxis and clinical findings.

The first section is devoted to Injury and clinical biomechanics including overview of the biomechanics of musculoskeletal injury, distraction osteogenesis in mandible, or consequences of drilling.

The next section is on Spine biomechanics with biomechanical models for upper limb after spinal cord injury and an animal model looking at changes occurring as a consequence of spinal cord injury.

Section Musculoskeletal Biomechanics includes the chapter which is devoted to dynamical stability of lumbo-pelvi-femoral complex which involves analysis of relationship among appropriate anatomical structures in this region. The fourth section is on Human and Animal Biomechanics with contributions from foot biomechanics and chewing rhythms in mammals, or adaptations of bats. Theoretical Biomechanics.

The first section of the book, General notes on biomechanics and mechanobiology, comprises from theoretical contributions to Biomechanics often providing hypothesis or rationale for a given phenomenon that experiment or clinical study cannot provide.

It deals with mechanical properties of living cells and tissues, mechanobiology of fracture healing or evolution of locomotor trends in extinct terrestrial giants. The second section, Biomechanical modelling, is devoted to the rapidly growing field of biomechanical models and modelling approaches to improve our understanding about processes in human body.

Biomedical Information Technology Lecture Notes.

This note teaches the design of contemporary information systems for biological and medical data. Forbes Dewey, Prof. Hanry Yu, Prof. Sourav Saha Bhowmick. Biomedical Equipment Technology. This book is intended to serve as a ready reference for learners of vocational higher secondary schools.

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Applications of Biotechnology to Fermented Foods. This book reports on current research to improve the safety and nutrition of these foods through an elucidation of the microorganisms and mechanisms involved in their production. Also included are recommendations for needed research. In developing countries, traditional fermentation serves many purposes.

It can improve the taste of an otherwise bland food, enhance the digestibility of a food that is difficult to assimilate, preserve food from degradation by noxious organisms, and increase nutritional value through the synthesis of essential amino acids and vitamins. National Center for Biotechnology Information, U. Microalgal Biotechnology. Microalgal Biotechnology presents an authoritative and comprehensive overview of the microalgae-based processes and products.

Divided into 10 discreet chapters, the book covers topics on applied technology of microalgae. Microalgal Biotechnology provides an insight into future developments in each field and extensive bibliography. Botany for Ladies.

Jane Loudon, the Mrs Beeton of the Victorian gardening world, wrote several popular books on horticulture and botany specifically for women. In the 18th century, botany books were mostly written for a female audience. Women were encouraged to study botany as it was considered to be an acceptable activity for women. Plant Systematics. Progress in Stem Cell Transplantation. The book covers a wide range of issues related to new developments and innovations in cell-based therapies discussed in basic and clinical chapters from authors around the world involved in stem cell studies and research.

It thereby complements and extends the basic coverage of stem cells, such as mesenchymal stem cells, effect of stem cells on aging, cover hematopoietic stem cells, storage and cryopreservation, issues related to clinical applications such as haploidentical transplants and use of stem cells for the treatment of Huntingtons disease.

Basic Cell and Molecular Biology. This book is a very comprehensive text for understanding cell biology. Gerald Bergtrom, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Cytology by Wilson. This book is concerned with a discussion of the basic facts, concepts, and problems of cellular biology. The authors have provided a general picture of the field, the details of which may be filled in by reference to the many fine sources available.

Introductory Cytogenetics. This note provides an introduction to the structure of eukaryotic genomes, from the level of the chromosome down to the level of the gene.

Basic cytological techniques including the use of the optical microscope will be covered and supported by laboratory exercises. Also includes the application of cytogenetic and molecular techniques in the study of cell division, karyotyping, chromosomal structure, recombination, changes in chromosome number and structure, physical mapping and chromosome evolution.Field and Woodland Plants by William S.

It deals with mechanical properties of living cells and tissues, mechanobiology of fracture healing or evolution of locomotor trends in extinct terrestrial giants. In vivo imaging represents a solution to that uncertainty. Farabee , College-level introductory biology: chemistry, cells, enzymes, metabolism, photosynthesis, genetics, protein synthesis, plants, animals, evolutionary theory, paleobiology, biological diversity, human evolution, population ecology, etc.

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