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Radar Imaging and Holography

The analysis of the current state and tendencies in radar development shows that novel methods of target viewing are based on a detailed study of echo signals and their informative characteristics. These methods are aimed at obtaining complete data on a target, with emphasis on revealing new steady parameters for their recognition. One way of raising the efficiency of radar technology is to improve available methods of radio vision, or imaging. Radio vision systems provide a high resolution, considerably extending the scope of target detection and recognition. This field of radar science and technology is very promising, because it paves the way from the classical detection of a point target to the imaging of a whole object.     

Author Name :A.Pasmurov, J.Zinoviev

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Glossary of Biotechnology Terms

As a result of biotechnology becoming a highly controversial area, non-technical people, such as lobbyists and public relations people, have had to quickly become conversant about a topic that is highly technical. This glossary aims to provide concise definitions of terms for readers unfamiliar to the area and for persons familiar with biotechnology to learn how the terms are currently being used. The Glossary of Biotechnology Terms is a handy reference for those with little or no training in the biological and chemical sciences because it has been written in non-technical language, and serves to bring the reader up to date on biotechnical terminology so as to communicate effectively.     

Author Name :Kimball R. Nill

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Modern Microbial Genetics

In accordance with its predecessor, the completely revised and expanded Second Edition of Modern Microbial Genetics focuses on how bacteria and bacteriophage arrange and rearrange their genetic material through mutation, evolution, and genetic exchange to take optimal advantage of their environment.The text is divided into three sections: DNA Metabolism, Genetic Response, and Genetic Exchange. The first addresses how DNA replicates, repairs itself, and recombines, as well as how it may be manipulated. The second section is devoted to how microorganisms interact with their environment, including chapters on sporulation and stress shock, and the final section contains the latest information on classic exchange mechanisms such as transformation and conjugation.     

Author Name :Uldis N. Streips

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Practical Cell Analysis

This book discusses cell analysis from setup of a laboratory for cell work to using specific analytical methods. The goal of this book was to create a practical guide for working with cells in an analytical instrumentation setting.As analytical chemistry and biology move closer together, biologists are performing increasingly sophisticated analytical techniques on cells. Chemists are also turning to cells as a relevant and important sample to study newly developed methods. Practical Cell Analysis provides techniques, hints, and time-saving tips explaining what may be common knowledge to one field but are often hidden or unknown to another.     

Author Name :Dimitri Pappas

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Glossary of Biotechnology Terms

The Glossary of Biotechnology Terms is a handy reference for those with little or no training in the biological and chemical sciences because it has been written in non-technical language, and serves to bring the reader up to date on biotechnical terminology so as to communicate effectively.     

Author Name :Kimball R. Nill

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On cloning

In this highly controversial book, John Harris does a lot more than ask why we are so afraid of cloning. He presents a deft and informed defence of human cloning, carefully exposing the rhetorical and highly dubious arguments against it. He begins with an introduction to what a human clone is, before tackling some of the most common and frequently bizarre criticisms of cloning. Offering a brave and lucid insight into this ethical minefield, John Harris at last shows that far from ending the diversity of human life or creating a race of super-clones, cloning has the power to improve and heal human life.     

Author Name :John Harris

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On cloning

In this highly controversial book, John Harris does a lot more than ask why we are so afraid of cloning. He presents a deft and informed defence of human cloning, carefully exposing the rhetorical and highly dubious arguments against it. He begins with an introduction to what a human clone is, before tackling some of the most common and frequently bizarre criticisms of cloning. Offering a brave and lucid insight into this ethical minefield, John Harris at last shows that far from ending the diversity of human life or creating a race of super-clones, cloning has the power to improve and heal human life.     

Author Name :John Harris

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Modern Microbial Genetics

Microbial Genetics focuses on how bacteria and bacteriophage arrange and rearrange their genetic material through mutation, evolution, and genetic exchange to take optimal advantage of their environment.The text is divided into three sections: DNA Metabolism, Genetic Response, and Genetic Exchange. The first addresses how DNA replicates, repairs itself, and recombines, as well as how it may be manipulated. The second section is devoted to how microorganisms interact with their environment, including chapters on sporulation and stress shock, and the final section contains the latest information on classic exchange mechanisms such as transformation and conjugation     

Author Name :Uldis N. Streips

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Biotechnology

This book is an attempt to give you the thorough picture about the subject of Biotechnology.     

Author Name :Christopher Lewis

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Biomechanical Systems Technology

Biomechanics(fromAncientGreek:???"life" and ??a???? "mechanics") is the application of mechanical principles to living organisms, such as `humans,animals,plantsand the functional basic units of life, thecells.The word biomechanics developed during the early 1970s, describing the application of engineering mechanics to biological systems to solve medical problems by studying the function and structure of living organisms. Mechanics is a branch of physics that involves the analysis of forces. Therefore biomechanics is the use of these principles to study the anatomical and functional aspects.     

Author Name :World Scientific Publishing

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