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Life Sciences Contents Anatomy and Physiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 – 12 Biochemistry and Biotechnology

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Bioinformatics, Statistics & Communication Skills . . . 20 – 25 Cell and Molecular Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 – 28 Ecology and Conservation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 – 34

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Microbiology and Infection Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 – 44

WileyPLUS combines the complete, dynamic online text with all of the teaching, testing and learning resources instructors and students need, in one easy-to-use system. WileyPLUS is available with many of Wiley’s market-leading text books denoted throughout this catalogue with the WileyPLUS symbol.

Nutrition and Dietetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 – 46

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Evolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Forensic Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 – 38 Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 – 41

Pharmacology

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Plant Science/Horticulture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Sports Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

NEW EDITION!

Principles of Anatomy and Physiology 13th Edition, 2 Volume Set GERARD J. TORTORA, Bergen Community College and BRYAN H. DERRICKSON, Valencia Community College, USA

The thirteenth edition of the highly successful Principles of Anatomy and Physiology continues to set the standard for the discipline. Paired with an acclaimed illustration program and a host of innovative electronic media, no other text and package offers a teaching and learning environment as rich and complete. New to this edition: • Thoroughly updated Clinical Connections boxes. • Tissue photomicrographs replaced with exceptionally clear images and high magnification blowouts. • Revised illustrations in every chapter updated to provide greater clarity and more saturated colors. • Exhibits expanded to cover new chapters (axial and appendicular skeletons and cranial nerves), providing students with simplified presentation of complex content. • Cadaver video clips, animations, drill and practice exercises, and many other types of interactive media available within a newly enhanced WileyPLUS course. Contents: Volume 1: Unit I: Organization of the Human Body; An Introduction to the Human Body; The Chemical Level of Organization; The Cellular Level of Organization; The Tissue Level of Organization; The Integumentary System. Unit II: Principles of Support and Movement; The Skeletal System: Bone Tissue; The Skeletal System: The Axial Skeleton; The Skeletal System: The Appendicular Skeleton; Joints; Muscle Tissue; The Muscular System. Unit III: Control Systems of the Human Body; Nervous Tissue; The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves; The Brain and Cranial Nerve; The Autonomic Nervous System; Sensory, Motor and Integrative Systems; The Special Senses; The Endocrine System. Volume 2: Unit IV: Maintenance of the Human Body; The Cardiovascular System: The Blood; The Cardiovascular System: The Heart; The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Hemodynamics; The Lymphatic System, Nonspecific Resistance to Disease, and Immunity; The Respiratory System; The Digestive System; Metabolism; The Urinary System; Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Homeostasis. Unit V: Continuity; The Reproductive Systems; Development and Inheritance.

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9780470929186 Approx 1465pp March 2011 Pbk £47.99/€57.60

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RESOURCES to Accompany Tortora’s Principles of Anatomy and Physiology‌ The thirteenth edition of Principles of Anatomy and Physiology is accompanied by a host of dynamic resources designed to help you and your students maximize your time and energies. Please contact your Wiley Representative for details about these and other resources or visit your website at www.wiley.com/college/tortora and click on the text to explore these assets more fully.

WileyPLUS for Anatomy is an innovative, research-based online environment designed for both effective teaching and learning. Utilizing WileyPLUS in your course provides your students with an accessible, affordable, and active learning platform and you tools and resources to efficiently build presentations for a dynamic classroom experience and to create and manage effective assessment strategies. The underlying principles of design, engagement, and measurable outcomes provide the foundation for this powerful, new release of WileyPLUS.

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Resources for Integrating Laboratory Experiences Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology

Photographic Atlas of the Human Body

4th Edition

2nd Edition

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9780471420644

9780470598900

Real Anatomy DVD Atlas of Human Anatomy 9780470501450

3-D imaging dissection software. See page 10 for full details

PowerPhys 2.0 A simulated laboratory experience, providing the opportunity to review knowledge of core physiological concepts, predict outcomes of an experiment, collect data, analyze it and report findings. 9780470138021

Interactions 3.0 Interactive animations and activities for anatomy and physiology. 9780470276617

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Anatomy and Physiology From Science to Life, 2nd Edition GAIL W. JENKINS, Montgomery Community College, CHRISTOPHER P. KEMNITZ, University of Wisconsin – Superior and GERARD J. TORTORA, Bergen Community College, USA

A modular approach that focuses on conceptual learning and develops critical thinking skills...

Anatomy and Physiology, From Science to Life, 2nd edition, builds on the success of its first edition in providing solutions to recurring issues in A&P education – how to better motivate students and help them make the connection to what is important going forward; how to get students to see the forest for the trees; how to help students who lack study and critical thinking skills when they enter the course to succeed and develop these skills; how to make sure that adjuncts cover the key concepts throughout the course. Within this framework, the authors provide students with the knowledge and detail that is needed to move forward in allied health careers, but move the emphasis away from memorization and learning many disjointed facts. Features: • Updated and Streamlined Chapter Stories/Scenarios – Written with a novellike appeal, these introduce each chapter and are then used as a unifying tool throughout the chapter. • New and enhanced visual program – New illustrations appear throughout this 2nd edition. Images for the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems have been newly rendered in a more realistic, contemporary style. • New Exhibits in the Skeletal System Chapters – The use of the Exhibit format is expanded to include the axial and appendicular skeleton for the first time. • MP3 Downloads – Selected illustrations within the text have an accompanying MP3 file available for download. • Resources for students within WileyPLUS are organized around learning styles, with specific strategies and tips for effective study to encourage, engage and maximize students’ time. Contents: PROLOGUE; An Introduction to the Human Body; Chemistry; Cells; The Tissue Level of Organization; BODY SYSTEMS; The Integumentary System; Introduction to the Skeletal System; The Axial Skeleton; The Appendicular Skeleton; Articulations; Muscle Tissue; The Muscular System; Introduction to the Nervous System; The Central Nervous System; The Peripheral Nervous System; Sensory, Motor, and Integrative Systems; The Special Senses; The Endocrine System; The Cardiovascular System: The Blood; The Cardiovascular System: The Heart; The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Hemodynamics; The Lymphatic and Immune Systems; The Respiratory System; The Digestive System; The Urinary System; The Reproductive Systems; EPILOGUE; Appendices; Glossary; Index.

WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book. Resources: WileyPLUS; Laboratory Manual; Real Anatomy; Interactions; A Photographic Atlas of the Human Body: With Selected Cat, Sheep, and Cow Dissections, 2nd Edition; PowerAnatomy; PowerPhys; Fetal Pig Dissection; Cat Dissection; A Brief Atlas of the Skeleton Surface Anatomy; Visual Library; Instructor’s Companion Site; Online Test Bank; Overhead Transparencies; Student Companion Site.

9780470448724 1040pp 2009 Pbk £46.99/€56.40

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology 8th Edition GERARD J. TORTORA, Bergen Community College and BRYAN H. DERRICKSON, Valencia Community College, USA

Formerly known as Introduction to the Human Body, this new edition offers a balanced introduction to the human body especially developed to meet the needs of the one semester course. It provides an effective blend of stunning art and clearly written text to illuminate the complexities of the human body. Class-tested pedagogy is woven into the narrative and figures to ensure that students gain a solid understanding of the material. Features: • Provides students with a basic understanding of the structures and functions of the human body with an emphasis on homeostasis. • Introduces an innovative illustration program that surrounds high quality art with useful pedagogical elements: key concept statements; questions with every figure; orientation insets; matched numbered art to numbered processes listed in text; function overviews with anatomical art. • Employs a concise writing style that emphasizes core content over extraneous detail. • Relates the relevancy of the basic content to everyday life with highly praised Wellness Focus Essays in each chapter, as well as Common Disorders and Medical Terminology and Conditions found at the end of chapters. Contents: Organization of the Human Body; Introductory Chemistry; Cells; Tissues; The Integumentary System; The Skeletal System; Joints; The Muscular System; Nervous Tissue; Central Nervous System, Spinal Nerves, and Cranial Nerves; Autonomic Nervous System; Somatic Senses and Special Senses; The Endocrine System; The Cardiovascular System: Blood; The Cardiovascular System: Heart; The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Circulation; The Lymphatic System and Immunity; The Respiratory System; The Digestive System; Nutrition and Metabolism; The Urinary System; Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance; The Reproductive Systems; Development and Inheritance; Answers to Self-Quizzes and Critical Thinking Applications.

WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work. Resources: WileyPLUS; Instructor’s Companion Web Site; Test Bank; Overhead Transparencies; Student Companion Site; Student Learning Guide; A Photographic Atlas of the Human Body: With Selected Cat, Sheep, and Cow Dissections, 2nd Edition; PowerAnatomy an On-Line Laboratory Manual; PowerPhys CD-ROM; Fetal Pig Dissection: A Laboratory Guide, 2nd Edition; Cat Dissection: A Laboratory Guide, 2nd Edition; Wiley’s Visual Library for Anatomy & Physiology DVD-ROM; Illustrated Notebook. 9780470418857 712pp 2009 Pbk £42.99/€51.60

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

NEW EDITION!

Principles of Human Anatomy 12th Edition GERARD J. TORTORA, Bergen Community College and MARK NIELSEN

Principles of Human Anatomy, a market-leading text through its many editions, successfully blends visual and textual elements to illuminate the complexities of human anatomy. The 12th edition raises the standard for excellence in this discipline with its enhanced illustration program, refined narrative, and the integrated design of dynamic resources like Real Anatomy into the curriculum. Applications representing a variety of clinical perspectives provide readers with both relevance and motivation, engaging students and providing insights into the vital contributions that anatomical knowledge brings to the understanding of functions, diagnosis and treatment of disease. Features: • Extensive revisions to the illustrations program include new skeletal art, muscle art, blood vessel art, and numerous other figures in every chapter of the text. • Most tissue photomicrographs have been replaced with exceptionally clear photomicrographs with high magnification blowouts. • The use of cadaver photographs integrated with line drawings is increased with specifically dissected images created by co-author Mark Nielsen. • Clinical Connections have been greatly expanded in every chapter. • Chapter Introductions have all been newly designed and written. Contents: An Introduction To The Human Body; Cells; Tissues; Development; The Integumentary System; Bone Tissue; The Skeletal System: The Axial Skeleton; The Skeletal System: The Appendicular Skeleton; Joints; Muscle Tissue; The Muscular System; The Cardiovascular System: Blood; The Cardiovascular System: The Heart; The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels; The Lymphatic And Immune System; Nervous Tissue; The Spinal Cord And The Spinal Nerves; The Brain And The Cranial Nerves; The Autonomic Nervous System; Somatic Senses; The Special Senses; The Endocrine System; The Respiratory System; The Digestive System; The Urinary System; The Reproductive Systems; Surface Anatomy; Appendices. Resources: Instructor’s Companion Web Site; Interactions: Exploring the Functions of the Human Body, Version 2.0 DVD; Laboratory Manual; Password Card to Access Power Anatomy; Real Anatomy Software DVD; Test Bank; Transparencies; Wiley’s Visual Library for Anatomy & Physiology DVD-ROM 3.0; WileyPLUS.

WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work. WileyPLUS for Principles of Human Anatomy includes: • Course Calendars: tracks assignments for both students and teachers. • New Course Plan: designed by a subject matter expert uniquely for this course. • Complete online version of the textbook included. • Relevant, student study tools and learning resources to ensure positive learning outcomes, including: • Immediate feedback to boost confidence and help students see a return on investment for each study session. • Pre-created activities to encourage learning outside of the classroom, including: • Course Materials to help you personalize lessons and optimize your time, including: • Progress check. • Instant reports.

9780470567050 1056pp September 2011 Hbk £46.99/€56.40

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY NEW!

Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology for Student Nurses Edited by IAN PEATE, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare at Thames Valley University and MURALITHARAN NAIR, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, University of Hertfordshire, UK

With an applied, interactive, and highly visual approach, Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology for Student Nurses provides students with an exciting and straightforward understanding of anatomy and physiology, enabling them to deliver high quality care in any setting. This book covers the structure and functions of the human body, with clinical applications throughout.

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Features: • A clear, straightforward book on anatomy and physiology for all students in nursing and allied health. • Fully interactive, with an activity section at the end of each chapter, featuring multiple choice questions, diagram labelling, test your learning questions, crosswords, and ‘find out more’. • Generous, full colour illustrations throughout. • Clinical considerations and scenarios throughout showing how the material can be applied to daily practice.

Research for Evidence-Based Practice for Nurses and Health Professionals by ROBERT NEWELL and PHILIP BURNARD 978444331127 • 304pp • October 2010 • Pbk £19.99/€24.00 For full details see page 20

• A companion website where you’ll find further exercises, illustrations, and interactive MCQs www.wiley.com/go/peate Contents: Basic Scientific Principles of Physiology; Cells: Cellular Compartment, Transport System, Fluid Movements; The Immune System; Tissue; The Skin; The Nervous System; The Endocrine System; The Skeletal System; The Muscular System; Cardiac System; The Respiratory System; Circulatory System; The Digestive System and Nutrition; Renal System; The Reproductive Systems; The Special Senses; Genetics. Resources: An accompanying interactive website a testbank of questions and solutions divided up by chapter; scenarios; image archives; self-test quizzes, MCQs and fill in the blank type questions.

9781444334432 584pp February 2011 Pbk £24.99/€30.00

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY NEW EDITION!

The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures Student Edition 8th Edition Edited by LISA DOUGHERTY and SARA LISTER, both of The Royal Marsden Hospital, UK

Clinical skills procedures are a fundamental aspect of nursing care. The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures Student Edition has been specially compiled for pre-registration students to include the essential procedures they need to know. The manual provides the underlying theory and evidence for procedures related to every aspect of a person’s care. Procedures are based on the latest research findings and expert clinical advice, to enable students to provide the best possible care. The manual enables student nurses to deliver clinically effective patient-focused care. Students thus gain the confidence they need to become safe, informed and skilled practitioners.

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Includes the key evidence-based procedures students need to know.

The professional edition for qualified nurses:

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The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures, 8th Edition 9781444335095 • 1208pp • July 2011 • Pbk £37.99/€44.40

• Related topics grouped for quick reference. • Additional headings to aid navigation. • Extra colour photos and diagrams. • Revised multiple choice questions. • Chapters grouped in four new sections: Managing the patient journey, Supporting the patient with human functioning, Supporting the patient through the diagnostic process, supporting the patient through treatment. Contents: Section 1: Managing the patient journey: The context of nursing; Assessment, discharge and end of life care; Infection prevention and control; Risk management and prevention. Section 2: Supporting the patient with human functioning: Communication; Elimination; Moving and positioning; Nutrition, fluid balance and transfusion; Patient comfort and the management of pain; Respiratory Care. Section 3: Supporting the patient through the diagnostic process: Diagnostic procedures; Observations. Section 4: Supporting the patient through treatment: Medicines management and delivery; Perioperative care; Wound management. Resources: Instructor companion site with multiple choice questions and Powerpoint slides of illustrations. Student companion site. 9781444335101 • 1392pp • April 2011 • Pbk • £27.99/€32.40

The ultimate online clinical procedures tool – now available to universities! The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures Online Version The online edition of the Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures includes the full content of the bestselling professional edition plus extra features and functionality for lecturers involved in clinical skills training of nursing procedures. Free online demo available at: www.RoyalMarsdenManual.com Pricing and ordering information: The Royal Marsden Manual Online is available to Academic Institutions. For further information please email: highereducation@wiley.com

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Real Anatomy Software DVD MARK NIELSEN and SHAWN D. MILLER, University of Utah, USA

NEW DISECTION SOFTWARE Not every student can experience an actual cadaver laboratory, but now you can engage your classes with the next best thing!

Mark Nielsen and Shawn Miller, of the University of Utah, lead a team of media and anatomical experts in the creation of this powerful new DVD, Real Anatomy. Their extensive experience in undergraduate anatomy classrooms and cadaver laboratories as well as their passion for the subject matter shine through this new, user-friendly program with its intuitive interface. The 3-D imaging software allows students to dissect through 44 layers of a three-dimensional real human body to study and learn the anatomical structures of all body systems from multiple perspectives. Histology is viewed via a virtual microscope at varied levels of magnification. Professors can use the program to capture and customize images from a large database of stunning cadaver photographs and clear histology micrographs for presentations, quizzing, or testing. Features: • The entire human body, as well as major organs and structures are presented in a 3-D format, and can be rotated to view the image from multiple anatomical perspectives. • Users can dissect through up to 44 layers of the body to discover the relationships of the structures to the whole. • A built in “zoom” feature allows users the ability to get a close-up look at detail, imitating actually being in a lab. • Histology is closely linked to the gross anatomy, providing a better understanding of the links between form and function. • “Snapshots” of any image – with or without labels, zoomed in for detail, or at any layer or perspective – can be saved as a jpeg for use in PowerPoint lectures, quizzes or handouts. • Easy and intuitive tools make it easy to navigate or search through the program to find just the image or perspective desired for study. • Audio pronunciation of all labeled structures provides help in learning the language of anatomy and remembering of terminology. • Includes practice exams with multiple modes for both reviewing and testing. • Student Worksheets are available with activities and resources for integrating the software into your course for a meaningful learning experience. Brief Contents: Tissues; Integumentary System; Skeletal System; Muscular System; Cardiovascular System; Nervous System; Urinary System; Respiratory System; Digestive System; Endocrine System; Reproductive System.

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

NEW EDITION!

Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology 4th Edition CONNIE ALLEN and VALERIE HARPER The Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology by Allen and Harper presents material covered in the 2-semester undergraduate anatomy & physiology laboratory course in a clear and concise way. It is very interactive and contains activities and experiments that enhance readers’ ability to both visualize anatomical structures and understand physiological topics. Features: • Provides self-contained Lab Units that will help keep readers focused on the topics learned in that lab. • Includes fill-in-the blank, art labelling, colouring, identification exercises and Critical Thinking Questions that summarize concepts learned in that lab, with answers at the end of each unit. Highlights of the Revision: • More cadaver photos from Real Anatomy Software DVD. • Improved photomicrographs have been added to relevant Exercises. • Pre-Lab Activities are highlighted in each Exercise. • Exercises that contain new experiments include: Nervous Tissue, Special Senses, Structures of the Endocrine System, Blood Vessel Structure and Function, Lymphatic Structures, and more. • Each lab text comes with access to PowerPhys 2.0. 9780470598900 • 753pp • December 2010 Pbk • Price on request

Fundamentals of Applied Pathophysiology An Essential Guide for Nursing Students MURALITHARAN NAIR, University of Hertfordshire and IAN PEATE, University of Hertfordshire, UK Fundamentals of Applied Pathophysiology makes the sometimes complex subject of pathophysiology accessible and exciting. This unique textbook provides nursing students with a straightforward understanding of applied pathophysiology, enabling them to relate normal body function to pathological changes that may lead to disease processes. This comprehensive and straightforward text explores the systems of the body and associated disorders. Each chapter provides an explanation of the anatomy of the human body, and the effects of disease or illness on normal physiology. Contents: Cell and body tissue physiology; Cancer; Inflammation, immune response and healing; Shock; The heart and associated disorders; The vascular system and associated disorders; The blood and associated disorders; The renal system and associated disorders; The respiratory system and associated disorders; The nervous system and associated disorders; The gastro intestinal tract and associated disorders; Nutrition and associated disorders; The endocrine system and associated disorders; The reproductive systems and associated disorders; Pain and pain management; The musculoskeletal system and associated disorders; Fluid and electrolyte balance and associated disorders; The skin and associated disorders; The eye, ear, nose, throat and associated disorders; Reference values in venous serum (adults). 9780470517956 • 544pp • 2009 • Pbk £29.99/€36.00

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Introduction to Biological Physics for the Health and Life Sciences KIRSTEN FRANKLIN, PAUL MUIR, TERRY SCOTT, LARA WILCOCKS and PAUL YATES all of University of Otago, New Zealand This book aims to demystify fundamental biophysics for students in the health and biosciences required to study physics and to understand the mechanistic behaviour of biosystems. The text is well supplemented by worked conceptual examples that will constitute the main source for the students, whilst combining conceptual examples and practice problems with more quantitative examples and recent technological advances. Contents: I Mechanics: Kinematics; Force and Newton’s Laws of Motion; Motion in a Circle; Statics; Energy; Momentum; Simple Harmonic Motion; Waves; Sound and Hearing; II Bulk Materials: Elasticity: Stress and Strain; Pressure; Buoyancy; Surface Tension and Capillarity; Fluid Dynamics of Non-viscous Fluids; Fluid Dynamics of Viscous Fluids; Molecular Transport Phenomena; III Thermodynamics: Temperature and the Zeroth Law; Ideal Gases; Phase and Temperature Change; Water Vapour and the Atmosphere; Heat Transfer; Thermodynamics and the Body; IV Electricity and DC Circuits: Static Electricity; Electric Force and Electric Field; Electrical Potential and Energy; Capacitance; Direct Currents and DC Circuits; Time Behaviour of RC Circuits; The Nature of Light; Geometric Optics; The Eye and Vision; Wave Optics; VI Radiation and Health: Atoms and Atomic Physics; The Nucleus and Nuclear Physics; Production of Ionizing Radiation; Interactions of Ionizing Radiation; Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation; Medical Imaging; Magnetism and MRI; VII Appendices. 9780470665930 • 464pp • September 2010 Pbk • £39.95/€48.00

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Anatomy and Physiology for the Manual Therapies

Massage for Therapists

ANDREW KUNTZMAN, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio and GERARD J. TORTORA, Bergen Community College, USA

ELISABETH JONES, Private practice

A Guide to Soft Tissue Therapy 3rd Edition

This text is designed to meet the specific needs of students preparing for careers in the manual therapies, such as massage therapy and careers as physical therapy assistants. Features: • Focused Approach. • Outstanding Illustrations. • Clinical Connections. • MP3 Downloads. Contents: Organization of the Human Body; Introductory Chemistry; Cells; Tissues; The Integumentary System; The Skeletal System: Bone Tissue; The Skeletal System: The Appendicular Skeleton; The Skeletal System: The Axial Skeleton; Joints; Muscle Tissue; The Muscular System: Muscles of the Head and Neck; Muscular System: Muscles of the Torso; Muscular System: Muscles of the Upper Extremity; Muscular System: Muscles of the Lower Extremity; Nervous Tissue; The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves; The Brain and Cranial Nerves; The Autonomic Nervous System; Somatic and Special Senses; The Endocrine System; The Cardiovascular System: Blood; The Cardiovascular System: Heart; The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels; The Lymphatic System; The Respiratory System; The Digestive System; Nutrition and Metabolism; The Urinary System; The Reproductive Systems; Appendix A: Measurements; Appendix B: Periodic Table l Appendix C: Answers; Glossary Index.

Massage is a basic skill within physiotherapy, and one which requires a high standard of practical application. It is a skill which is increasingly being taken up by other health care and complementary therapy professionals. This new, third edition of Massage for Therapists is a timely and thorough update which continues the tradition of Margaret Hollis’ hands-on approach. The book is designed to be a step-by-step guide to the theory and practical application of classical massage. Once mastered, these techniques may form the basis for a variety of modifications suitable for specific conditions. Contents: PART 1: INTRODUCTION AND PREPARATION FOR MASSAGE; Introduction to Massage and Relevant Biology; Researched Effects with Indications, Precautions and Contra-indications; Assessment, Treatment Planning and Preparation; PART 2: TECHNIQUES; The Massage Techniques; Massage to the Upper Limb; Massage to the Lower Limb; Massage to the Back, Gluteals and Neck; Massage to the Face, Shoulders and Scalp; Massage to the Abdomen; PART 3: SOME MODIFICATIONS; Massage in Sport; Massage and its uses in Aromatherapy; Shiatsu; Myofascial Release; Massage for Conditions; Glossary; Index.

An Introduction to Biomedical Science in Professional and Clinical Practice SARAH JANE PITT, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Science and JIM CUNNINGHAM, University of Brighton, UK An Introduction to Biomedical Science in Professional and Clinical Practice is essential reading for all trainee biomedical scientists looking for an introduction to the biomedical science profession whether they are undergraduates following an accredited biomedical sciences BSc, graduate trainees or experienced staff with overseas qualifications. This book guides trainees through the subjects, which they need to understand to meet the standards required by the Health Professions Council for state registration. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction to a career as a biomedical scientist; Organization of pathology departments and the role of pathology in healthcare; Communication for biomedical scientists; Quality management in the clinical laboratory; Basic principles of working in a clinical pathology laboratory; Introduction to the biomedical science disciplines; Biomedical science laboratory techniques; Development of knowledge and competency for biomedical scientists; Index. 9780470057155 • 240pp • 2009 • Pbk £27.50/€33.00

9781405159166 • 224pp • 2009 • Pbk £29.99/€36.00

9780470044964 • 848pp • 2009 • Hbk £44.99/€49.50

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BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY NEW EDITION!

Biochemistry 4th Edition DONALD VOET and JUDITH G. VOET, University of Pennsylvania, USA

The “Gold Standard” in Biochemistry text books. Biochemistry 4e, is a modern classic that has been thoroughly revised. Don and Judy Voet explain biochemical concepts while offering a unified presentation of life and its variation through evolution. Incorporates both classical and current research to illustrate the historical source of much of our biochemical knowledge. New to this Edition: • New and updated protein and nucleic acid structures. • New methods of protein structure prediction and design. • Next generation DNA sequencing technologies. Hallmark Features: • As in past editions, the chemical basis of modern Biochemistry is presented in a thorough and uncompromising fashion. • A splendid art program of over 3,000 figures presents both classical and contemporary concepts, experiments, and techniques. • A lucid and elegant writing style captures the historical foundations of contemporary Biochemistry focusing on the scientific process rather than presenting Biochemistry as a body of static facts isolated from the flesh-andblood work of experimentalists. • Themes throughout the text integrate a vast amount of material. The unity of evolutionary processes, the interdependence of elaborate biological control systems and cascades, and the important biomedical consequences of understanding life at the molecular level are themes woven into the text to give students an intellectually satisfying journey, not just a dry presentation of topics and techniques. Resources: A thorough Solutions Manual prepared by the authors, a complete Instructors Resource CD containing all the art in the text suitable for presentation in digital classrooms, and a set of transparencies of key figures are available to enrich teaching and learning from this text.

Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND: Life; Aqueous Solutions; Thermodynamic Principles: A Review. PART II: BIOMOLECULES; Amino Acids; Nucleic Acids, Gene Expression, and Recombinant DNA technology; Techniques of Protein and Nucleic Acid Purification; Covalent Structures of Proteins and Nucleic Acids; Three-Dimensional Structures of Proteins; Protein Folding, Dynamics, and Structural Evolution; Hemoglobin: Protein Function in Microcosm; Sugars and Polysaccharides; Lipids and Membranes. PART III: MECHANISMS OF ENZYME ACTION; Introduction to Enzymes; Rates of Enzymatic Reactions; Enzymatic Catalysis. PART IV: METABOLISM; Introduction to Metabolism; Glycolysis; Glycogen Metabolism; Signal Transduction; Transport Through Membranes; Citric Acid Cycle; Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation; Other Pathways of Carbohydrate Metabolism; Photosynthesis; Lipid Metabolism; Amino Acid Metabolism; Energy Metabolism: Integration and Organ Specializatiom; Nucleotide Metabolism. PART V: EXPRESSION AND TRANSMISSION OF GENETIC INFORMATION; Nucleic Acid Structures; DNA Replication, Repair, and Recombination; Transcription; Translation; Viruses: Paradigms for Cellular Function; Eukaryotic Gene Expression; Molecular Physiology.

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Principles of Biochemistry 3rd Edition DONALD J. VOET, University of Pennsylvania, JUDITH G. VOET, Swarthmore College and CHARLOTTE W. PRATT, Seattle, Washington, USA

Voet, Voet, and Pratt’s Principles of Biochemistry, challenges students to better understand the chemistry behind the biological structure and reactions occurring in living systems. The third edition continues this tradition, and additionally incorporates coverage of recent research and an expanded focus on preparing and supporting students throughout the course. With the addition of new conceptual assessment content to WileyPLUS, students have the opportunity to assess their conceptual understanding of key introductory biochemistry concepts and retrain themselves on their misconceptions. Features: • Author reputation – authors are well-known and highly regarded teachers and researchers, and bring the highest level of accuracy, currency and scholarship to the book. • Balanced coverage, explaining the chemistry behind the biology. • Grounding in chemistry provides students with an understanding of reactions at the molecular level and helps students see patterns and the “big picture”. • Includes the most up-to-date coverage, particularly in areas impacting upon human health and disease. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION; Introduction to the Chemistry of Life; Water; PART II: BIOMOLECULES; Nucleotides, Nucleic Acids, and Genetic Information; Amino Acids; Proteins: Primary Structure; Proteins: Three-Dimensional Structure; Protein Function Part I: Myoglobin and Hemoglobin; Carbohydrates; Lipids and Biological Membranes; Membrane Transport; PART III: ENZYMES; Enzymatic Catalysis; Enzyme Kinetics, Inhibition, and Regulation; PART IV: METABOLISM; Biochemical Signaling; Introduction to Metabolism; Glucose Catabolism; Glycogen Metabolism and Gluconeogenesis; Citric Acid Cycle; Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation; Photosynthesis; Lipid Metabolism; Amino Acid Metabolism; Mammalian Fuel Metabolism: Integration and Regulation; Nucleotide Metabolism; PART V: GENE EXPRESSION AND REPLICATION; Nucleic Acid Structure; DNA Replication, Repair, and Recombination; Transcription and RNA Processing; Translation; Regulation of Gene Expression; Protein Function Part II: Cytoskeletal and Motor Proteins and Antibodies; Appendix; Bioinformatics Exercises; Answers to Bioinformatics Exercises; Solutions to Problems; Glossary; Guide to Media Resources; Index. Resources: WileyPLUS; Instructor’s Website; Image Galley; Testbank; Student Website.

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WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work. WileyPLUS for Principles of Biochemistry includes: • A complete online version of the text, Updated Guided Explorations. • Updated Interactive Exercises. • Updated Animated Figures. • Dynamic links to animations and video from e-book. • A “Link-to-text” feature that allows students to access specific portions of their online text for immediate, contextual help as they are working. • NEW Conceptual assessment material, Homework problems in a multiple choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blank format. • Test Bank items in multiple choice and fill-in-the-blank format. • Instructor’s Manual. • PowerPoint Presentations to summarize chapter content. • Classroom Response System questions. 9780470233962 1248pp 2008 Pbk £47.99/€57.60

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Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlations 7th Edition Edited by THOMAS M. DEVLIN, Drexel University School of Medicine, USA

This book presents a clear and precise discussion of the biochemistry of eukaryotic cells, particularly those of mammalian tissues, relates biochemical events at a cellular level to the subsequent physiological processes in the whole animal, and cites examples of abnormal biochemical processes in human disease. The organization and content are tied together to provide students with the complete picture of biochemistry and how it relates to human diseases.

Resources: Instructor’s Website; Student Website.

Features: • Every chapter has been updated with the latest information and correlations. • New Key Concepts at the beginning of each chapter to assist the reader in identifying major points in a discussion of pathways and processes. • New Key terms are now listed as a study aid at the end of each chapter. • New A Closer Look boxes focus on descriptive cell biology, practical, and other information pertaining to a biochemical topic. • 50% new multiple choice questions at the end of each chapter to test knowledge of the topic. Contents: Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: STRUCTURE OF MACROMOLECULES; Eukaryotic Cell Structure; DNA and RNA: Composition and Structure; Proteins I: Composition and Structure; PART II: TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION; DNA Replication, Recombination, and Repair; RNA: Transcription and RNA Processing; Protein Synthesis: Translation and Posttranslational Modifications; Recombinant DNA and Biotechnology; Regulation of Gene Expression; Proteins II: Structure-Function Relationships in Protein Families; Enzymes: Classification, Kinetics, and Control; The Cytochromes P450 and Nitric Oxide Synthases; Biological Membranes: Structure, Receptors, and Solute Transport; Fundamentals of Signal Transduction; Bioenergetics, Mitochondria, and Oxidative Metabolism; Carbohydrate Metabolism I: Major Metabolic Pathways and Their Control; Carbohydrate Metabolism II: Special Pathways and Glycoconjugates; Lipid Metabolism I: Synthesis, Storage, and Utilization of Fatty Acids and Triacylglycerols; Lipid Metabolism II: Pathways of Metabolism of Special Lipids; Amino Acid and Heme Metabolism; Purine and Pyrimidine Nucleotide Metabolism; Metabolic Interrelationships; Biochemistry of Hormones; Molecular Cell Biology; Cell Cycle, Programmed Cell Death, and Cancer; Digestion and Absorption of Basic Nutritional Constituents; Vitamins and Minerals: Requirements and Function; Macronutrients: Metabolic Effects and Health Implications; Appendix: Review of Organic Chemistry; Glossary; Index.

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Functional Biochemistry in Health and Disease

Essential Physiological Biochemistry

Essential Biochemistry

ERIC NEWSHOLME, formerly of University of Oxford, UK, and TONY LEECH, Gresham’s School, Norfolk, UK

An Organ-Based Approach

CHARLOTTE W. PRATT, Seattle, Washington and KATHLEEN CORNELY, Providence College

This text provides a clear and straightforward account of the biochemistry that is necessary to understand the physiological functions of tissues or organs essential to the life of human beings. Focusing on the dynamic aspects of biochemistry and its application to the basic functions of the body, the book bridges the gap between biochemistry and medical practice. Contents: Preface; INTRODUCTION; Structural and biochemical hierarchy: from the cell to the human; ESSENTIAL TOPICS IN DYNAMIC BIOCHEMISTRY; Energy: in the body, tissues and biochemical processes; Enzymes: activities, properties, regulation and physiology; Transport into the body: the gastrointestinal tract, digestion and absorption; Transport into the cell; ESSENTIAL METABOLISM; Carbohydrate metabolism; Fat metabolism; Protein and amino acid metabolism; Fuel oxidation and ATP generation; Ammonia metabolism; Synthesis of fats, phospholipids, fatty messengers and cholesterol; Hormones: principles underlying their actions; ESSENTIAL PROCESSES OF LIFE; Physical activity: in athletes, non-athletes and patients; Mental activity mental disorders and recreational drugs; Nutrition: inadequate, healthy, unhealthy and excess; Starvation: metabolic changes, survival and death; Defence: barriers, enzymes and the immune system; Survival after trauma: metabolic changes and response of the immune system; Sexual reproduction; Growth of cells: the cell cycle; SERIOUS DISEASES; Cancer: genes, cachexia and death; Atherosclerosis, hypertension and heart atack; Appendices; A Chemistry Relevant to Biochemistry; B Conformational Diseases; Index. 9780471931652 • 544pp • April 2010 • Pbk £37.50/€45.00

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STEPHEN REED, University of Westminster, UK This text provides a fresh, accessible introduction to human metabolism that shows how the physiological actions of selected organs can be explained by their particular biochemical processes. Focusing on metabolic integration, rather than pathways, this book opens with three introductory chapters that explore the principles of metabolism and its control before moving onto ‘themed’ chapters that investigate liver, communication systems (endocrine and neurological), blood and vascular system, muscle and adipose tissue and renal biochemistry. • A fresh, accessible primer that adopts a unique, organ-system based approach to human metabolism. • Assumes only a basic understanding of chemistry. • Chapters are arranged specifically to enable students to grasp key concepts and to aid understanding. • Some chapters include Case Notes, illustrating key aspects of metabolism in cells, tissues and organs. Contents: Introduction to Metabolism; Dynamic and Quantitative Aspects of Metabolism: Bioenergetics and Enzyme Kinetics; Principles of Metabolic Control: Enzymes, Substrates, Inhibitors and Genes; Biochemistry of Intercellular Communication; Metabolic Integration and Coordination; Biochemistry of the Blood and the Vascular System; Biochemistry of the Liver; Biochemistry of Muscle; Biochemistry of the Kidneys; Biochemistry of Connective Tissue: Bone and Adipose; Appendix 1: Answers to Problems; Appendix 2: Table of Important Metabolic Pathways; Index.

2nd Edition

Essential Biochemistry describes the chemical basis of life by placing information about molecules in the appropriate biological context. Selective in its coverage, it emphasizes the topics that accurately reflect the current scope of the field. The material in this book, as well as the depth of coverage, has been chosen to reflect the following goals: • to understand the major themes of biochemistry • to apply biochemical knowledge in solving problems and evaluating related topics • to appreciate the challenges and approaches of modern biochemistry Contents: The Chemical Basis of Life, Aqueous Chemistry, From Genes to Proteins, Protein Structure, Myoglobin and Hemoglobin: A Study of Protein Function, Cytoskeletal and Motor Proteins, Chymotrypsin: A Model Enzyme, Enzyme Kinetics and Inhibition, Lipids and Membranes, Membrane Function, Carbohydrate Chemistry, Overview of Mammalian Metabolism and Bioenergetics, Glucose Metabolism, The Citric Acid Cycle, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Photosynthesis, Lipid Metabolism, Nitrogen Metabolism, Regulation of Mammalian Fuel Metabolism, DNA Replication, Cancer and DNA Repair, Transcription and RNA, Protein Synthesis. Resources: WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book. 9780470504772 • 704pp • February 2010 Hbk • £47.99/€57.60

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Pain-Free Biochemistry An Essential Guide for the Health Sciences PAUL ENGEL, University College Dublin An accessible engaging biochemistry primer, this text features short, bite sized chapters that gently lead students though chemistry and biochemistry essentials without going into unnecessary and intimidating detail. Throughout the book, well-chosen clinical examples engage student interest and enthusiasm for the subject. • Doesn’t assume prior knowledge: Focuses on key concepts and provides all the basic chemistry students might need. • Colour coded: Specially designed so students can see, at a glance, which chapters focus on underpinning chemistry, which on basic biochemistry and which on clinical applications. • Clinically relevant: Topical examples throughout the text show how getting to grips with biochemistry will help students succeed in healthcare practice. Brief Contents: SECTION 1 Foundations; SECTION 2 Catabolism; SECTION 3 Anabolism and Control; SECTION 4 Genes and Protein Synthesis; SECTION 5 Physiological Systems and Clinical Issues; SECTION 6 Appendices; Glossary; MCQ Answers; Index. 9780470060469 • 344pp • 2009 • Pbk £27.50/€33.00

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Essential Biochemistry for Medicine MITCHELL FRY, University of Leeds, UK Essential Biochemistry for Medicine is not intended to be an exhaustive, comprehensive reference; rather a concise, accessible guide that will help first year students, from a wide spectrum of backgrounds, gain a good basic understanding of the biochemistry behind common medical disorders. It integrates biochemistry with clinical applications and the understanding of the etiology of diseases, their diagnosis and treatment. Each chapter includes a concise and simple introduction to the relevant biochemistry and terminology to reinforce what biomedical students have covered, orientate them and encourage them to consider the medical context; whilst at the same time outlining the biochemistry in a simple, “must know” format, for medical students before directing them to the all important clinical considerations. Contents: Preface. Nutritional requirements. Metabolism and energy. Regulating body weight. Digestion and absorption. Synthesis, mobilisation and transport of lipids and lipoproteins. The liver. Alcohol metabolism and cirrhosis. Protein structures. Enzymes and diagnosis. The kidney. Haemostasis. Bone metabolism and calcium homeostasis. Intracellular signaling. Inflammation. The immune response. Mitochondrial dysfunction. Nerve and muscle systems. The cytoskeleton. Genes and medicine. Antibacterial drug resistance. Index. 9780470743270 • 326pp • October 2010 • Pbk £19.99/€24.00

Concepts in Biochemistry 3rd Edition RODNEY F. BOYER, Hope College, USA The third edition of Concepts in Biochemistry is written for students who need an introduction to the fundamental principles of biochemistry and are preparing for a career in the allied health sciences, the biological sciences, and the environmental sciences. Contents: Part I Molecules and Life; Biochemistry: From Atoms to Molecules to Cells; Biomolecules in Water; Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins; Protein Architecture and Biological Function; Part II Dynamic Function of Biomolecules; Enzymes I: Reactions, Kinetics, and Inhibition; Enzymes II: Coenzymes, Regulation, Abzymes, and Ribozymes; Carbohydrates: Structure and Biological Function; Lipids: Structure and Biological Function; Biological Membranes and Cellular Transport; Part III Storage and Transfer of Biological Information; DNA and RNA: Structure and Function; DNA Replication and Transcription: Biosynthesis of DNA and RNA; Translation of RNA: The Genetic Code and Protein Metabolism; Recombinant DNA and Other Topics in Biotechnology; Basic Concepts of Cellular Metabolism and Bioenergetics; Metabolism of Carbohydrates; Production of NADH and NADPH: The Citric Acid Cycle; ATP Formation by Electron-Transport Chains; Metabolism of Fatty Acids and Lipids; Metabolism of Amino Acids and Other Nitrogenous Compounds; Integration, Specialization, and Hormonal Control of Metabolism; Special Topics in Modern Biochemistry; Special Topic I. Signal Transduction: Flow of Information Through Cell Membranes; Special Topic II. Molecular Immunology. 9780471661795 • 736pp • 2005 • Hbk Price on request

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NEW EDITION!

Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry

Physical Biochemistry

JAMES P. ALLEN, Arizona State University, USA

Principles and Applications 2nd Edition

10th Edition MORRIS HEIN, Mount San Antonio College, SCOTT PATTISON, Ball State University and SUSAN ARENA, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign, USA The Tenth Edition of this widely adopted text includes improved explanations, updated materials, cutting-edge developments, emerging technologies, and revisions to the popular Chemistry in Action sections. Hein, Pattison and Arena is a market-proven text that provides the most comprehensive coverage of general, organic, and biochemistry available at this level. Contents: An Introduction to Chemistry; Standards for Measurement; Elements and Compounds; Properties of Matter; Early Atomic Theory and Structure; Nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds; Quantitative Composition of Compounds; Chemical Equations; Calculations from Chemical Equations; Modern Atomic Theory and the Periodic table; Chemical Bonds: The Formation of Compounds from Atoms; The Gaseous State of Matter; Properties of Liquids; Solutions; Acids, Bases, and Salts; Chemical Equilibrium; Oxidation-Reduction; Nuclear Chemistry; Organic chemistry: Saturated Hydrocarbons; Unsaturated Hydrocarbons; Polymers: Macromolecules; Alcohols, Ethers, Phenols, and Thiols; Aldehydes and Ketones; Carboxylic Acids and Esters; Amides and Amines: Organic Nitrogen Compounds; Stereoisomerism; Carbohydrates; Lipids; Amino Acids, Polypeptides, and Proteins; Enzymes; Nucleic Acids and Heredity; Nutrition; Bioenergetics; Carbohydrate Metabolism; Metabolism of Lipids and Proteins. 9780470598801 • 1184pp • February 2011 Hbk • Price on request

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Biophysical Chemistry This text presents physical chemistry through the use of biological and biochemical topics, examples, and applications to biochemistry. It presents a rigorous, up-to-date treatment of the material without presuming unrealistic prior knowledge of mathematical theory. Necessary calculus models are laid out in a step-by-step fashion for students less confident in their maths abilities. The format of the text allows teachers ample flexibility in deciding which derivations to present in class. Students are guided through an in-depth understanding of fundamental concepts – such as a quantum mechanical description of the hydrogen atom – and techniques are presented with an emphasis on learning through analysis of real data. Brief contents: Preface. Basic Thermodynamic and Biochemical Concepts. Part 1: Thermodynamics and Kinetics. First Law of Thermodynamics. Second Law of Thermodynamics. Phase Diagrams, Mixtures, and Chemical Potential. Equilibria and Reactions Involving Protons. Oxidation/Reduction Reactions and Bioenergetics. Kinetics and Enzymes. The Boltzmann Distribution and Statistical Thermodynamics. Part 2: Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy. Quantum Theory: Introduction and Principles. Particle in a Box and Tunneling. Vibrational Motion and Infrared Spectroscopy. Atomic Structure: Hydrogen Atom and Multi-Electron Atoms. Chemical Bonds and Protein Interactions. Electronic Transitions and Optical Spectroscopy. X-Ray Diffraction and Extended X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure. Magnetic Resonance. Part 3: Understanding Biological Systems using Physical Chemistry. Signal Transduction. Membrane Potentials, Transporters, and Channels. Molecular Imaging. Photosynthesis. References and Further Reading. Problems. Answers to Problems. Index

DAVID SHEEHAN, University College Cork, Ireland “As will be seen, there is not much missing here. I thought that the sections were well balanced, with rarely too much or too little on a given topic...This is a text to be welcomed by both teachers and students.” BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY EDUCATION (on the first edition)

The second edition of this successful textbook explains the basic principles behind the key techniques currently used in the modern biochemical laboratory and describes the pros and cons of each technique and compares one to another. It is non-mathematical, comprehensive and approachable for students who are not physical chemists. The new edition has been extensively updated and has two new chapters on proteomics and bioinformatics. • A major update of this comprehensive, accessible introduction to physical biochemistry. • Includes two new chapters on proteomics and bioinformatics. • Introduces experimental approaches with a minimum of mathematics and numerous practical examples. • Provides a bibliography at the end of each chapter. Brief Contents: Introduction; Chromatography; Spectroscopic Techniques; Mass Spectrometry; Electrophoresis; Three-dimensional Structure Determination of Macromolecules; Hydrodynamic Methods; Biocalorimetry; Bioinformatics; Proteomics. Appendix 1: SI units; Appendix 2: The Fourier Transform; Index. 9780470856031 • 422pp • 2009 • Pbk £37.50/€45.00

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Lecture Notes: Clinical Biochemistry

Proteins

8th Edition

DAVID WHITFORD, Queen Mary University of London, UK

GEOFF BECKETT and SIMON WALKER, University of Edinburgh, PETER RAE and PETER ASHBY, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UK Lecture Notes: Clinical Biochemistry presents the fundamental science underpinning common chemical investigations used in clinical practice. It takes a systemsbased approach enabling medical students and junior doctors to understand the value and limitations of chemical investigations. Features: • Develops the skills to select appropriate investigations for diagnosis and management. • Case studies at the end of each chapter provide a clinical setting to help develop test-selection skills. Contents: Preface to the sixth edition; List of abbreviations; Requesting and Interpreting Tests; Disturbances of Water Sodium and Potassium Balance; Acid–Base Balance and Oxygen Transport; Renal Disease; Disorders of Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphate Metabolism; Trauma, Inflammation, Immunity and Malignancy; Liver Disease; Gastrointestinal Tract Disease; Nutrition; Diabetes Mellitus and Hypoglycaemia; Cardiovascular Disorders; Disorders of Iron and Porphyrin Metabolism; Uric Acid, Gout and Purine Metabolism; Disorders of the Hypothalamus and Pituitary; Abnormailities of the Thyroid Function; Disorders of the Adrenal Cortex and Medulla; Investigation of Gonadal Function, Infertility, Menstrual Irregularities and Hirsutism; Pregnancy and Antenatal Screening; Clinical Biochemistry in Paediatrics and Geriatric; Central Nervous System and Cerebrospinal Fluid; Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Chemical Toxicology; Appendix; Index. 9781405193054 • 344pp • January 2010 • Pbk £24.99/€30.00

Structure and Function

This text provides a superb introduction to the study of proteins, focusing on their structure and function. It covers the importance of proteins in biochemistry and introduces the concepts connected with protein folding in a user-friendly manner. Written specifically for undergraduates, it will provide them with the foundation they need in order to undertake more advanced study and analysis. The accompanying web site includes animated protein structures, problems and answers, and links to protein databases and other sites of interest. • Includes a web related resource with problems and answers, animated protein structures, and links to sites of interest. • Contains relevant case studies end of chapter problems and a full glossary. • Provides a glossary of terms. • Full colour throughout. Contents: Preface; An introduction to protein structure and function; Amino acids: the building blocks of proteins; The three-dimensional structure of proteins; The structure and function of fibrous proteins; The structure and function of membrane proteins; The diversity of proteins; Enzyme kinetics, structure, function and catalysis; Protein synthesis, processing and turnover; Protein expression, purification and characterization; Physical methods of determining the three-dimensional structure of proteins; Protein folding in vivo and in vitro; Protein structure and a molecular approach to medicine; Epilogue; Bibliography; Glossary; Appendices; Index.

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Bioscience Laboratory Techniques A Pocket Guide PHILIP BONNER and ALAN HARGREAVES, both of Nottingham Trent University This unique, practical, pocket-sized guide and reference provides every first year bioscience student with all they need to know to prepare reagents correctly and perform fundamental laboratory techniques. It also helps them to analyse their data and present their findings, in addition to directing the reader, via a comprehensive list of references, to relevant further reading. All of the core bioscience laboratory techniques are covered including: basic calculations and the preparation of solutions; aseptic techniques; microscopy techniques; cell fractionation; spectrophotometry; chromatography of small and large molecules: electrophoresis of proteins and nucleic acids and data analysis. In addition the book includes clear, relevant diagrams and worked examples of calculations. In short, this is a ‘must-have’ for all first year bioscience students struggling to get to grips with this vitally important element of their course. Contents: Basic Calculations and the Preparation of Solutions. Aseptic Techniques. Spectrophotometry. Data Analysis and Presentation. Extraction and Clarification of Biological Material. Electrophoresis of Proteins and Nucleic Acids. Chromatography. Cell Culture Techniques. Further Reading. Index 9780470743096 • 216pp • March 2011 • Pbk £16.99/€20.40

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BIOINFORMATICS, STATISTICS & COMMUNICATION SKILLS NEW!

Research for Evidence-Based Practice in Healthcare 2nd Edition ROBERT NEWELL, University of Bradford and PHILIP BURNARD, Cardiff University, UK

This is an essential, accessible introduction to the practicalities of research and evidence-based practice aimed at all pre-registration nursing and health care students. It places research and evidence in the context of clinical practice, introduces the main methodological approaches in qualitative and quantitative research and describes the processes of research appraisal, dissemination and implementation. The new edition of Research for Evidence-Based Practice in Healthcare has been updated to include information for a broader health care audience, it engages students with the research and evidence agenda, demonstrates the relevance of research and evidence to nursing practice, and provides them with the skills needed to explore these areas in greater detail. Special features: • A practical guide to research methods and evidence-based practice. • New edition of a successful student textbook. • Includes a glossary of common research terms. • Provides case studies, key points, further reading, and activities throughout. • Accompanying website with links to further reading. Additional resource material can be found on the book’s website at: www.wiley.com/go/newell Contents: List of Common Research Terms; SECTION 1 CONTEXTUAL MATERIALS: Introduction to Healthcare Research for Evidence-Based Practice; The Research Process – Organising Your Research; Choosing Methodological Approaches; Searching the Literature; Ethics of Healthcare Research; Basic Concepts: Sampling, Reliability and Validity; SECTION 2 QUALITATIVE APPROACHES: Issues in Qualitative Data Collection; Case Studies; Ethnography; Phenomenology; A Pragmatic Approach to Qualitative Data Analysis; Limitations of Qualitative Research; SECTION 3 QUANTITATIVE APPROACHES: Sampling, Reliability and Validity Issues in Data Collection and Analysis; Cause and Effect, Hypothesis Testing and Estimation; Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Approaches; The Single Case Experiment; Randomised Controlled Trials; NonExperimental Approaches; Surveys; The Role of Statistics; SECTION 4 APPRAISAL, DISSEMINATION AND IMPLEMENTATION: Evidence-Based Practice and Clinical Effectiveness; Critical Evaluation of Research Reports; Writing a Research Report; Getting Research into Practice; Appendix 1 Research Log.; Appendix 2 List of Useful Websites (In Order of Citation); Index.

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BIOINFORMATICS, STATISTICS & COMMUNICATION SKILLS Communication Skills for the Biosciences MAUREEN DAWSON, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, BRIAN DAWSON, The University of Manchester, UK and JOYCE OVERFIELD Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Good communication requires more than an ability to write essays, practical reports, dissertations and projects. Bioscience students also need to master a variety of presentation skills to succeed in their degree and to find employment after graduation. This text is a comprehensive, user-friendly handbook that will guide students through the full range of written and spoken communication skills that are demanded by today’s biosciences courses. The book also offers a valuable refresher for postgraduate students who wish to review or expand their proficiency in these areas. Contents: Preface. Acknowledgements. Communication Skills in Science. Using Scientific Literature. Essay Writing. Writing Practical Reports. The Project Report. Scientific Posters. Oral Presentations. Preparing a Curriculum Vitae and Job Application. Index. 9780470863930 • 184pp March 2010 • Pbk • £19.99/€24.00

Writing Scientific Research Articles Strategy and Steps MARGARET CARGILL and PATRICK D. T. O’CONNOR, both of University of Adelaide This text guides authors in how to write, as well as what to write, to improve their chances of having their articles accepted for publication in international, peer reviewed journals. The book is designed for scientists who use English as a first or an additional language; for research students and those who teach them paper writing skills; and for early-career researchers wanting to hone their skills as authors and mentors. It provides clear processes for selecting target journals and writing each section of a manuscript, starting with the results. The stepwise learning process uses practical exercises to develop writing and data presentation skills through analysis of well-written example papers. Strategies are presented for responding to referee comments, as well as ideas for developing discipline-specific English language skills for manuscript writing. The book is designed for use by individuals or in a class setting. 9781405186193 • 184pp • 2009 Pbk • £17.99/€21.60

Contents: Part 1: A Framework for Success; How the Book is Organised, and Why; Research Article Structures; Referees’ Criteria for Evaluating Manuscripts; Part 2: When and How to Write Each Article Section; Results as ‘Story’: the Key Driver of an Article; Results: Turning Data into Knowledge; Writing about Results; Methods Sections; Introductions; Discussion Sections; Titles; Abstracts; Part 3: Getting Your Manuscript Published; Evaluating Journals; Submitting a Manuscript; How to Respond to Editors and Referees; A Process for Preparing a Manuscript; Part 4: Further Developing Your Publication Skills; Skill Development Strategies for Groups and Individuals; Developing Discipline-specific English Skills; Answer Pages; References; Part 5: Provided Example Articles.

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BIOINFORMATICS, STATISTICS & COMMUNICATION SKILLS Biostatistics Basic Concepts and Methodology for the Health Sciences 9th Edition WAYNE W. DANIEL, Georgia State University, USA Now in its ninth edition, Biostatistics: Basic Concepts and Methodology for the Health Sciences provides a comprehensive introduction to biostatistics as it is used in the biological sciences. Designed for the undergraduate and graduate student across a range of fields, from the health disciplines to forestry and animal husbandry, the text takes an applied and computer-oriented approach to its topical coverage. Its chapters take you from the basic concepts of probability through hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation, the analysis of variance, chi-square distribution, nonparametric and distributionfree statistics, and more. 9780470413333 • 960pp • 2009 Pbk • £46.99/€56.40

Features: • New chapter overviews that alerts students to the concepts that they will encounter as they read and study the chapter. • Learning Outcomes inform students of what they will be expected to know after having read and studied each chapter. • End-of-chapter Summaries of Equations used in the chapter. Contents: Getting Acquainted With Biostatistics; Strategies for Understanding the Meanings of Data; Probability: The Basis of Statistical Inference; Probabilistic Features of Certain Data Distributions; Probabilistic Features of the Distributions of Certain Sample Statistics; Using Sample Data to Make Estimates about Population Parameters; Using Sample Statistics to Test Hypotheses About Population Parameters; Statistical Inference and the Analysis of Data Variability; Statistical Inference and the Relationship Between Two Variables; Statistical Inference and the Relationships Among Three or More Variables; Additional Techniques for the Analysis of Relationships Among Variables; Analysis of Frequency Data: An Introduction to the ChiSquare Distribution; Special Techniques for Use When Population Parameters and/or Population Distributions Are Unknown; Evaluating the Health of Human Groups: Vital Statistics.

Essential Mathematics and Statistics for Science 2nd Edition GRAHAM CURRELL and ANTONY DOWMAN, University of the West of England, UK Completely revised and updated this is an invaluable text which eases students into the subject, progressing to cover topics relevant to first and second year study and support data analysis for final year projects. The revision of the material in the book has been matched, on the accompanying website, with the extensive use of video, providing worked answers to over 200 questions in the book plus additional tutorial support. Features: • Applied approach providing mathematics and statistics from the first to final years of undergraduate science courses. • Companion website at www.wiley.com/go/currellmaths2 9780470694480 • 404pp • 2009 Pbk • £27.50/€33.00

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Brief Contents: Preface; On-line Learning Support; Mathematics and Statistics in Science; Scientific Data; Equations in Science; Linear Relationships; Logarithmic and Exponential Functions; Rates of Change; Statistics for Science; Distributions and Uncertainty; Scientific Investigation; t -tests and F-tests; ANOVA – Analysis of Variance; Non-parametric Tests for Medians; Correlation and Regression; Frequency and Proportion; Experimental Design; Appendix I: Microsoft Excel; Appendix II: Cumulative z -areas for Standard Normal Distribution; Appendix III: Critical Values: t -statistic and Chi-squared, χ2; Appendix IV: Critical F-values at 0.05 (95 %) Significance; Appendix V: Critical Values at 0.05 (95%) Significance for: Pearson’s Correlation; Coefficient, r, Spearman’s Rank Correlation Coefficient, rS, and Wilcoxon Lower; Limit, WL; Appendix VI: Mann–Whitney Lower Limit, UL, at 0.05 (95 %) Significance; Short Answers to ‘Q’ Questions; Index.

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BIOINFORMATICS, STATISTICS & COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Developing a Healthcare Research Proposal

Practical Statistics for Field Biology

Statistics for Terrified Biologists

2nd Edition

An Interactive Student Guide

J. FOWLER, DeMontfort University, L. COHEN, Loughborough University of Technology and P. JARVIS, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, UK

HELMUT VAN EMDEN, formerly University of Reading, UK

MAXINE OFFREDY and PETER VICKERS both of University of Hertfordshire, UK This book and accompanying web resource will answer your student’s questions about healthcare research by introducing them to the concepts, theories and practicalities surrounding it. The aim of both the book and the web resource is to help you to write a good healthcare research proposal – which is the starting point for any would-be student researcher. The book takes a look at the theory of research, the core of the topic, but also provides practical help and advice along the way. It takes the reader through the stages of the research process from developing the question to communicating the findings, demystifying the process on the way. The web resource works alongside the book, supplementing and expanding on the chapters, giving you the ability to prepare your very own research proposal. Contents: Preface: Introduction; What is research? Being a researcher; Who’s who in the world of healthcare research? The importance of research to healthcare; How to use this book and the accompanying web program; The web program; Summary. 1 Research and Allied Concepts; Introduction; What is research? What is clinical audit? Service evaluation; Issues to consider when undertaking research, audit and service evaluation; Evidence-based practice; Clinical effectiveness; Summary. 9781405183376 • 296pp • April 2010 • Pbk £22.50/€27.00

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This unique treatment acknowledges the peculiarities of field-based data and its interpretation. It provides biologists with sufficient grounding in statistical principles and methods to enable them to understand research reports in journals, decide on the most appropriate statistical tests for their own problems and finally to analyse and present their findings. Contents: Introduction; Measurement and Sampling Concepts; Processing Data; Presenting Data; Measuring the Average; Measuring Variability; Probability; Probability Distributions as Models of Dispersion; The Normal Distribution; Data Transformation; How Good are Our Estimates?; The Basis of Statistical Testing; Analysing Frequencies; Measuring Correlations; Regression Analysis; Comparing Averages; Analysis of Variance – ANOVA; Multivariate Analysis; Appendices; Bibliography and Further Reading. 9780471982968 • 272pp • 1998 • Pbk £19.99/€24.00

Written in a lively and engaging style, this textbook makes basic statistical methods and applications accessible to undergraduate biology and environmental science students. Based on a course created by an internationally renowned professor with over 30 years teaching experience. Features: • Straight forward, jargon-free language demystifies statistical formulas for the average student. • Includes additional activities that can be tackled with a basic pocket calculator at the end of each chapter. • Features simple illustrations and useful case studies to help illustrate key concepts. Contents: Preface; How to use this book; Introduction; Summarising variation; When are sums of squares NOT sums of squares?; The normal distribution; The relevance of the normal distribution to biological data; Further calculations from the normal distribution; The t-test; One tail or two?; Analysis of Variance – what is it? How does it work?; Experimental designs for Analysis of Variance; Introduction to factorial experiments; 2-factor factorial experiments; Factorial experiments with more than two factors; Factorial experiments with split plots; The t-test in the analysis of variance; Linear regression; Chi-square and non-parametric tests; Appendix; Statistical tables; Solutions to ‘Spare time activities’; Bibliography – the next step; Index. 9781405149563 • 360pp • 2008 • Pbk £19.99/€24.00

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BIOINFORMATICS, STATISTICS & COMMUNICATION SKILLS

NEW EDITION!

Statistics and Data with R

Choosing and Using Statistics

An Applied Approach Through Examples

A Biologist’s Guide

YOSEF COHEN, University of Minnesota and JEREMIAH COHEN, USA

3rd Edition CALVIN DYTHAM, University of York, UK Choosing and Using Statistics remains an invaluable guide for students using a computer package to analyse data from research projects and practical class work. The text takes a pragmatic approach to statistics with a strong focus on what is actually needed. There are chapters giving useful advice on the basics of statistics and guidance on the presentation of data. The book is built around a key to selecting the correct statistical test and then gives clear guidance on how to carry out the test and interpret the output from four commonly used computer packages: SPSS, Minitab, Excel, and (new to this edition) the free program, R. Only the basics of formal statistics are described and the emphasis is on jargon-free English but any unfamiliar words can be looked up in the extensive glossary. This new 3rd edition of Choosing and Using Statistics is a must for all students who use a computer package to apply statistics in practical and project work.

An example-packed guide to the preparation of data, the application of statistical methods and the presentation of results, within the widely used R environment. Brief contents: PART I DATA IN STATISTICS AND R; Basic R; Data in statistics and in R; Presenting data; Part II PROBABILITY, DENSITIES AND DISTRIBUTIONS; Probability and random variables; Discrete densities and distributions; Continuous distributions and densities; The normal and sampling densities; PART III STATISTICS; Exploratory data analysis; Point and interval estimation; Single sample hypotheses testing; Power and sample size for single samples; Two samples; Power and sample size for two samples; Simple linear regression; Analysis of variance; Simple logistic regression; Application: the shape of wars to come; References.

Biostatistical Design and Analysis Using R MURRAY LOGAN Monash University, Australia The R statistical and graphical environment is rapidly emerging as an important set of teaching and research tools for biologists. This textbook draws upon the popularity and availability of R to couple the theory and practice of biostatistics into a single treatment so as to provide a resource for biologists learning statistics, R or both. An abridged description of biostatistical principles and analysis sequence keys are combined together with worked examples of the practical use of R into a complete practical guide to designing and analyzing real biological research. The book is accompanied by a companion website www.wiley.com/go/logan/r with an extensive set of resources comprising all R scripts and data sets used in the book, additional worked examples, the biology package, and other instructional materials and links.

Brief Contents: Preface; Eight Steps to Successful Data Analysis; The Basics; Choosing a Test: a Key; Hypothesis Testing, Sampling and Experimental Design; Statistics, Variables and Distributions; Descriptive and Presentational Techniques; The tests 1: Tests to Look at Differences; The tests 2: Tests to Look at Relationships; The tests 3: Tests for Data Exploration; Symbols and Letters used in Statistics; Glossary; Assumptions of the Tests; Hints and Tips; A Table of Statistical Tests; Index.

Contents: Introduction to R; Datasets; Introductory statistical principles; Sampling and experimental design with R; Graphical data presentation; Simple hypothesis testing – one and two population tests; Introduction to Linear models; Correlation and simple linear regression; Multiple and curvilinear regression; Single factor classification (ANOVA); Nested ANOVA; Factorial ANOVA; Unreplicated factorial designs – randomized block and simple repeated measures; Partly nested designs: split plot and complex repeated measures; Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA); Simple Frequency Analysis; Generalized linear models (GLM).

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Maths from Scratch for Biologists ALAN CANN, University of Leicester, UK Numerical ability is an essential skill for everyone studying the biological sciences but many students are frightened by the ‘perceived’ difficulty of mathematics, and are nervous about applying mathematical skills in their chosen field of study. Having taught introductory maths and statistics for many years, Alan Cann understands these challenges and just how invaluable an accessible, confidence building textbook could be to the fearful student. Unable to find a book pitched at the right level, that concentrated on why numerical skills are useful to biologists, he wrote his own. The result is Maths from Scratch for Biologists, a highly instructive, informal text that explains step by step how and why you need to tackle maths within the biological sciences. Contents: Maths in Biology; Manipulating Numbers; Units and Conversions; Molarities and Dilutions; Areas and Volumes; Exponents and Logs; Introduction to Statistics; Descriptive Statistics; Probability; Inferential Statistics; Correlation and Regression; Appendix 1: Answers to Problems; Appendix 2: Software for Biologists; Appendix 3: Statistical Formulae and Tables; Appendix 4: Glossary; Index. 9780471498353 • 240pp • 2002 • Pbk £19.99/€24.00

Practical Statistics for Environmental and Biological Scientists

Essential Mathematics and Statistics for Forensic Science

JOHN TOWNEND, University of Aberdeen, UK

CRAIG ADAM, Keele University

Practical Statistics for Environmental and Biological Scientists provides a concise, user-friendly, non-technical introduction to statistics. The book covers planning and designing experiments, how to analyse and present data, and the limitations and assumptions of each statistical method. The text does not refer to a specific computer package but descriptions of how to carry out the tests and interpret the results are based on the approaches used by most of the commonly used packages. Formulae are kept to a minimum and relevant examples are included throughout the text. Contents: Introduction; A Brief Tutorial on Statistics; Before you Start your Experiment; Exploratory Data Analysis and Data Presentation; t-tests and F-tests; Oneway ANOVA; Two-way ANOVA and Higher; Multivariate ANOVA; Correlation and Regression; Curve Fitting; Chi-squared Tests; Non-parametric Tests; Cluster Analysis; Principal Components Analysis; Appendices: Formulae Referred to in the Text; Carrying Out Tests on Excel, MINITAB and SPSS; How to Write the Results of Statistical Analyses in Correct Technical Language. 9780471496656 • 286pp • 2002 • Pbk £22.50/€27.00

This text is an accessible, student-friendly introduction to the wide range of mathematical and statistical tools needed by the forensic scientist in the analysis, interpretation and presentation of experimental measurements. From a basis of high school mathematics, the book develops essential quantitative analysis techniques within the context of a broad range of forensic applications. This clearly structured text focuses on developing core mathematical skills together with an understanding of the calculations associated with the analysis of experimental work, including an emphasis on the use of graphs and the evaluation of uncertainties. Contents: Preface; Getting the Basics Right; Functions, Formulae and Equations; The Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and their Applications; Trigonometric Methods in Forensic Science; Graphs – their Construction and Interpretation; The Statistical Analysis of Data; Probability in Forensic Science; Probability and Infrequent Events; Statistics in the Evaluation of Experimental Data: Comparison and Confidence; Statistics in the Evaluation of Experimental Data: Computation and Calibration; Statistics and the Significance of Evidence; References; Bibliography; Appendices. 9780470742532 • 320pp • April 2010 • Pbk £24.95/€30.00

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CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

Cell Biology 6th Edition GERALD KARP, formerly of the University of Florida, USA

Cell Biology gives students the tools they need to make the connection between cell biology and experimental data. Karp explores core concepts in considerable depth, and presents experimental detail when it helps to explain and reinforce the concept being explained. This sixth edition continues to offer an exceedingly clear presentation and excellent art program, both of which have received high praise in prior editions. Features: • Completely updated to reflect the most recent advances in cellular and molecular biology. • Offers an appropriate balance of concepts and experimentation. Experimental detail is offered when it helps to reinforce the concept being explained. • Strong illustration program includes stepped-out art to break down complex processes into steps. • Illustrations are paired with micrographs to help students compare the real (micrograph) with the ideal (illustration). • Human aspects of cell biology are integral to this text, with “Human Perspective” essays throughout. Contents: An Introduction to Cell Biology; The Structure and Functions of Biological Molecules; Bioenergetics, Enzymes, and Metabolism; Genes, Chromosomes, and Genomes; The Path to Gene Expression; Controlling Gene Expression; Replicating and Repairing DNA; Cellular Membranes; Mitochondrial Structure and Function; Chloroplast Structure and Function; The Extracellular Matrix and Cell Interactions; Cellular Organelles and Membrane Trafficking; The Cytoskeleton; Cell Division; Cell Signaling Pathways; Cancer; Immunity; Methods in Cell Biology. Resources: WileyPLUS; Lab Manual; Instructor and Student companion websites.

WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work.

“The beautiful supporting figures really bring to life the dynamic mechanisms of cell biology… The data tables are simple and concise and don’t bog the reader down with endless lists of facts… Dr. Karp’s book imparts a “human perspective” to a cell science that is traditionally grounded in experimental approach. Students get a good feel for both, which creates a better understanding and appreciation of what cell biology is all about.” DR. KELLY BÉRUBÉ, PHD, Cell Biologist, Cardiff University, Wales, UK

9780470505762 860pp January 2010 Pbk £46.99/€56.40

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CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY NEW EDITION!

Cell Biology A Short Course 3rd Edition STEPHEN R. BOLSOVER, ELIZABETH A. SHEPHARD, HUGH A. WHITE and JEREMY S. HYAMS, all of University College London

9780470526996 • 384pp April 2011 • Pbk • £46.95/€61.90

This book tells the story of cells as the units of life in a colorful and student-friendly manner, taking an “essentials only” approach. By using the successful model of previous Short Courses, this text succeeds in conveying key points without overburdening readers with secondary information. The authors – all active researchers and educators – skillfully illustrate concepts with clear diagrams and examples from current research. Completely updated, this new edition includes new chapters, a supporting Web site with tests and animations for students, and PowerPoint slides and supplemental material for instructors. Contents: Cells and Tissues; Water and Macromolecules; Membranes and Organelles; DNA Structure and The Genetic Code; DNA as a Data Storage Medium; Transcription and the Control of Gene Expression; Recombinant DNA and Genetic Engineering; Manufacturing Protein; Protein Structure; Intracellular Protein Trafficking; How Proteins Work; Energy Trading within The Cell; Metabolism; Ions and Voltages; Intracellular Signalling; Intercellular Communication; Mechanical Molecules; Cell Cycle and The Control of Cell Number; The Cell Biology of The Immune System; Case Study: Cystic Fibrosis.

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Culture of Animal Cells A Manual of Basic Technique and Specialized Applications 6th Edition R. IAN FRESHNEY, University of Glasgow, UK This is the sixth edition of the leading text in the basic methodology of cell culture, worldwide. Rigorously revised, it features updates on specialized techniques in stem cell research and tissue engineering; updates on molecular hybridization, somatic cell fusion, hybridomas, and DNA transfer; new sections on vitrification and Organotypic Culture, and new chapters on epithelial, mesenchymal, neurectodermal, and hematopoietic cells; germs cells/stemcells/amniocytes; and non-mammalian/avian cells. 9780470528129 • 760pp December 2010 • Hbk £66.95/€87.90

Brief Contents: List of Figures; List of Color Plates; List of Protocols; Preface and Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Introduction; Biology of Cultured Cells; Laboratory Design, Layout, and Equipment; Equipment and Materials; Aseptic Technique; Safety, Bioethics, and Validation; Culture Vessels and Substrates; Defined Media and Supplements; Serum-Free Media; Preparation and Sterilization; Primary Culture; Subculture and Cell Lines; Cloning and Selection; Cell Separation; Characterization; Differentiation; Transformation and Immortalization; Contamination; Cryopreservation; Quantitation; Cytotoxicity; Specialized Cells; Stem Cells, Germ Cells, and Amniocytes; Culture of Tumor Cells; Three-Dimensional Culture Scale-up and Automation; Specialized Techniques; Training Programs; Problem Solving; In Conclusion; Appendix I: Calculations and Preparation of Reagents.; Appendix II: Sources of Equipment and Materials; Appendix III: Suppliers and Other Resources; Appendix IV: Glossary; Appendix V: Cross-contaminated or Misidentified Cell Lines; Appendix VI: General Textbooks and Relevant Journals; References; Index.

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CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Cancer Basic Science and Clinical Aspects CRAIG ALMEIDA and SHEILA BARRY, both of Stonehill College, Massachusetts, USA This forward looking cancer biology book appeals to a wide ranging audience. Introductory chapters that provide the molecular, cellular, and genetic information needed to comprehend the material of the subsequent chapters bring unprepared students up to speed for the rest of the book and serve as a useful refresher for those with previous biology background. The second set of chapters focuses on the main cancers in terms of risk factors, diagnostic and treatment methods and relevant current research. The final section encompasses the immune system’s role in the prevention and development of cancer and the impact that the Human Genome Project will have on future approaches to cancer care.

9781405156066 • 418pp • 2009 Pbk • £29.95/€36.00

Brief Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; The Basics of Cancer; Cells: the Fundamental Unit of Life; The Human Genome and Protein Function; Cell Cycle, Oncogenes, and Tumor Suppressor Genes; Tumor Formation, Growth, and Metastasis; Cancer Screening, Detection and Diagnostic Procedures and Tests; Cancer Treatment Modalities; Breast Cancer; Ovarian Cancer; Cervical Cancer; Prostate Cancer; Testicular Cancer; Skin Cancer; Lung Cancer; Colorectal Cancer; Leukemia and Lymphoma; Glossary; Index. Resources: Companion Website available at www.wiley.com/go/almeida/cancer

Structure and Function in Cell Signalling JOHN NELSON, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK Incorporating the many recent developments in the field, this text is a concise and accessible introduction to the dynamic field of signal transduction. The book demystifies cell signaling through a nuts and bolts approach by illustrating the way signaling pathways are made up from common components. This active learning approach help readers to understand and apply their knowledge. The book addresses the issue of variation in the numbering of key amino acids and features an accompanying website, interaction with RasMol (molecular rendering software), and exercises to aid understanding.

9780470025512 • 410pp • 2008 Pbk • £34.95/€42.00

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Contents: The components and foundations of signalling; Enzymes and receptors – quantitative aspects; Modules and motifs in transduction; Protein kinase enzymes – activation and auto-inhibition; 7-pass receptors and the catabolic response; Single pass growth factor receptors; G proteins (I) – monomeric G proteins; G proteins (II) – heterotrimeric G proteins; The insulin receptor and the anabolic response; Mitogens and cell cycle progression; References; Appendix 1: Worked examples; A.1 Enzyme and receptor assays worked out from raw data examples; A.1.1 An alkaline phosphatase assay; Appendix 2: RasMol: installation and use; Index.

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ECOLOGY & CONSERVATION

Essentials of Ecology 3rd Edition COLIN TOWNSEND, University of Otago, New Zealand, MICHAEL BEGON, University of Liverpool and JOHN L. HARPER University of Exeter, UK

Essentials of Ecology presents introductory ecology in an accessible, state-ofthe-art format designed to cultivate the novice student’s understanding of, and fascination with, the natural world. Features: • A significantly updated new edition of this popular introductory ecology textbook.

“In a concise, engaging style, this book contains the essential principles of ecology from theoretical to their practical applications.” ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 2008

• Outlines the essential principles of ecology from the theoretical fundamentals to their practical applications. • Contains hundreds of new examples, and for the first time, a separate chapter on evolutionary ecology. • Student features include: key concepts; “unanswered questions” sections; history boxes outlining key landmarks in the development of ecology; quantitative boxes explaining mathematical aspects of ecology; chapter-by chapter review questions; and “topical concerns” boxes highlighting ethical, social and political questions in ecology. Contents: Part I – Introduction. 1. Ecology and How To Do It. 2. The Ecology of Evolution. Part II – Conditions and Resources. 3. Physical Conditions and the Availability of Resources. 4. Conditions, Resources, and the World’s Communities. Part III – Individuals, Populations, Communities, and Ecosystems. 5. Birth, Death, and Movement. 6. Interspecific Competition. 7. Organisms as Habitats. 8. Predation, Grazing, and Disease. 9. Population Processes – The Big Picture. 10. Patterns in Species Richness. 11. The Flux of Energy and matter through Ecosystems. Part IV – Applied Issues in Ecology. 12. Sustainability. 13. Pollution 14. Conservation. Resources: Instructor and student website to complement the book, including, interactive multiple-choice tutorials for self-testing; modeling tool to aid understanding of the concepts behind four basic ecological mathematical models; all figures from the book available to download; glossary, suggested further reading, and useful web links.

9781405156585 532pp 2008 Pbk £33.99/€40.80

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Ecology From Individuals to Ecosystems 4th Edition MICHAEL BEGON, University of Liverpool, UK, COLIN TOWNSEND, University of Otago, New Zealand and JOHN L. HARPER, University of Exeter, UK

Begon, Townsend, and Harper’s Ecology has long been regarded as the definitive textbook on all aspects of ecology. This edition provides a comprehensive treatment of the subject, from the first principles of ecology to the current state of the field, and aims to improve students’ preparedness to address the environmental problems of the new millennium. Thoroughly revised and updated, this fourth edition includes: • three new chapters on applied ecology, reflecting a rigorous, scientific approach to the ecological problems now facing mankind. • discussion of over 800 new studies, updating the text throughout. • an updated, user-friendly design with margin notes and chapter summaries that serve as study aids. • dedicated Instructor and Student websites. Contents: Preface; Introduction; Part 1. ORGANISMS; Organisms in their environments: the evolutionary backdrop; Conditions; Resources; Life, death and life histories; Intraspecific competition; Dispersal, dormancy and metapopulations; Ecological applications at the level of organisms and single-species populations; Part 2. SPECIES INTERACTIONS; Interspecific competition; The nature of predation; The population dynamics of predation; Decomposers and detritivores; Parasitism and disease; Symbiosis and mutualism; Abundance; Ecological applications at the level of population interactions; Part 3. COMMUNITIES AND ECOSYSTEMS; The nature of the community; The flux of energy through ecosystems; The flux of matter through ecosystems; The influence of population interactions on community structure; Food webs; Patterns in species richness; Ecological applications at the level of communities and ecosystems; Reference; Organism Index; Subject Index. Resources: Instructor and student website.

9781405111171 752pp 2005 Pbk £42.99/€48.90

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NEW EDITION!

NEW!

Molecular Ecology

Ecological Applications

Biological Diversity

2nd Edition

Toward a Sustainable World

Exploiters and Exploited

JOANNA R. FREELAND, STEPHEN D. PETERSEN, HEATHER KIRK, all of Trent University, UK

COLIN TOWNSEND, University of Otago

Dr PAUL HATCHER and PROFESSOR NICK BATTEY, both of University of Reading, UK

This second edition provides an accessible introduction to the many diverse aspects of this subject. The book unites theory with examples from a wide range of taxa in a logical and progressive manner, and its straightforward writing style makes subjects such as population genetics and phylogenetics highly comprehensible to its readers. The first part of the book introduces the essential underpinnings of molecular ecology and opens with a review of genetics and a discussion of the molecular markers that are most frequently used in ecological research. The second half of the book then moves on to specific applications of molecular ecology, covering phylogeography, behavioural ecology and conservation genetics. The final chapter looks at molecular ecology in a wider context by using a number of case studies that are relevant to various economic and social concerns, including wildlife forensics, agriculture and overfishing.

Ecological Applications presents a broad range of methods and techniques for managing environmental sustainability. The text moves through the levels of individual organisms, populations, communities, and ecosystems, culminating in the macroecological scale of landscape, regional, and global issues. Applications including species conservation, pest control, harvest management, biosecurity, restoration, and reserve design are explored in both terrestrial and aquatic settings. The focus is on ecological sustainability, but economic and sociopolitical dimensions related to the sustainable use of natural resources are also examined.

Contents: Molecular Genetics in Ecology; Molecular Markers in Ecology; Genetic Analysis of Single Populations; Genetic Analysis of Multiple Populations; Studying Ecologically Important Traits: Ecogenomics, QTL Analysis, and Reverse Genetics; Phylogeography; Behavioural Ecology; Conservation Genetics; Glossary; References; Answers to Review Questions; Index.

Contents: Preface; Introduction – Humans, Nature And Human Nature; Part 1: Ecological Applications at the Level of Individual Organisms; Ecological Applications of Niche Theory; Life-History Theory and Management; Dispersal, Migration and Management; Part 2: Applications at the Level Of Populations; Conservation of Endangered Species; Pest Management; Harvest Management; Part 3: Applications at the Level of Communities and Ecosystems; Succession And Management; Applications From Food Web And Ecosystem Theory; Part 4: Applications at The Regional and Global Scales; Landscape Management; Dealing with Global Climate Change; Index.

9780470748336 • 464pp • March 2011• Pbk £34.95/€42.00

9781405136983 • 328pp • 2007 • Pbk £33.99/€40.80

Biological Diversity takes a fresh, innovative approach to the teaching of biodiversity. Rather than detailing and cataloguing the major taxa and their evolutionary relationships, the authors have selected 18 groups of organisms and used these as a framework in which to discuss the species and their interactions with man and each other. There is a strong narrative theme throughout – the exploited and the exploiters – and, in many cases, there is emphasis on the historical context. A wide range of organisms are covered, from the unicellular to birds and mammals and with an equal consideration of plants and animals. Species have been chosen for their ability to best illustrate particular biological principles, and for their strong interaction with other species. This approach will appeal to all those interested in the biological sciences, and aims to be accessible to people with a diversity of backgrounds. It will prove particularly useful to biology students, enabling them to get to grips with important biological principles and concepts that underpin the diversity of life, and the interrelationship of humans with other groups of organisms. Brief Contents: Preface and acknowledgments; Introduction; SECTION 1: Exploited; Sargassum; Cephalopods; Bees; Silk and silk moths; Sugar cane; Yeast – the most widely exploited micro-organism? Grapevine – foundation for a (new world) industry; Salmon; European woodland history: birch oak and elm; Rabbits; SECTION 2: Exploiters; Mosquitoes and malaria; Biofouling; Bracken – one kind of invasive; Locusts; Rats, fleas and plague; Nematodes; Red kites; Parasitic plants; Wolves; Appendix: Classification of life; Glossary; References; Index. 9780470778074 • 440pp • March 2011 • Pbk £32.50/€38.90

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NEW!

Introduction to Wildlife Conservation in Farming STEPHEN BURCHETT, SARAH BURCHETT This book provides an invaluable, comprehensive and practical introduction to conservation issues associated with current farming practice. Representing both industry and conservation as an integrated and holistic system, it explores conservation issues within every farming discipline; from arable and horticulture to grasslands, woodlands, aquatic and coastal farming and will include an assessment of the impact of global warming. The book includes relevant case studies and international, real-world examples, focusing on applied management and not just ecological facts, theories and principles. The carefully structured book begins by introducing the overall subject including some statistics on current farming activities, giving a brief outlook for the future of farming systems in relation to conservation. Each subsequent chapter will have its own introduction setting the commercial context and conservation value of an example farm, and will progress with a series of case studies that will include the following elements: site assessment; species list; soils management options; and a habitat management plan. A summary section will draw together the common themes of the chapter and develop a lead-in to subsequent chapters. Brief Contents: Foreword; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Mixed Farming; Chapter 3: Grasslands; Chapter 4: Forestry and Conservation; Chapter 5: Farming and the Aquatic Environment; Chapter 5: Farming and the Aquatic Environment; Chapter 6: The Future of Farming and its Implications for Conservation; Conclusions; References.

Ecology of Insects

The Insects

Concepts and Applications

An Outline of Entomology

2nd Edition

4th Edition

MARTIN R. SPEIGHT, University of Oxford, UK, MARK D. HUNTER, University of Michigan, USA, ALLAN D. WATT, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Edinburgh, UK

P. J. GULLAN and PETER CRANSTON, both of University of California, Davis, USA

The second edition of this successful text provides a balanced treatment of the theory and practice of pure and applied insect ecology. Fully revised and updated throughout, Ecology of Insects has expanded its coverage to include new and topical areas of insect ecology while presenting a thorough treatment of basic themes. Concepts include the foundations of evolutionary ecology and population dynamics in ecosystem science as they are applied to topics such as climate change, conservation and biodiversity, epidemiology, and pest management. Appropriate for general readers, professionals, and students of varying levels, this new edition also provides greater coverage of physiological, genetic, molecular, and ecosystem aspects of insect ecology, using exclusive reference to primary literature and real world examples. Contents: An Overview of Insect Ecology; Insects and Climate; Insect Herbivores; Resource Limitation; Natural Enemies and Insect Population Dynamics; Evolutionary Ecology; Physiological Ecology; Insects in Ecosystems; Biodiversity; Insect Conservation; Insects and Diseases; Insect Pest Management; References. 9781405131148 • 640pp • 2008 • Pbk £40.99/€49.20

The Insects, by Gullan and Cranston was published in its first edition in 1994. It quickly became established as the World’s major general textbook of entomology. Since the publication on the previous (3rd) edition of this textbook, the discipline of entomology has seen some major changes in emphasis. Updates to the book reflect these changes and the updated chapter texts are supplemented with additional new boxes on topical subjects including The African honey bee and Colony Collapse Disorder (of bees) in the sphere of apiary, the use of bed nets and resurgence of bed bugs, Dengue fever and West Nile Virus in relation to human health, and some case studies in emergent plant pests, including the Emerald ash borer that is destroying North American landscape trees. Brief Contents: The importance, diversity, and conservation of insects; External anatomy; Internal anatomy and physiology; Sensory systems and behaviour; Reproduction; Insect development and life histories; Insect systematics: phylogeny and classification; Insect biogeography and evolution; Ground-dwelling insects; Aquatic insects; Insects and plants; Insect societies; Insect predation and parasitism; Insect defense; Medical and veterinary entomology; Pest management; Methods in entomology: collecting, preservation, curation, and identification; Glossary; References; Index; Appendix 1: Taxoboxes; Appendix 2: A reference guide to orders. 9781444330366 • 584pp • March 2010 • Hbk £40.00/€48.00

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ECOLOGY & CONSERVATION

Marine Ecology Concepts and Applications MARTIN R. SPEIGHT, University of Oxford and P. A. HENDERSON, Lymington, UK This book began life as a series of lectures given to second and third year undergraduates at Oxford University. These lectures were designed to give students insights as to how marine ecosystems functioned, how they were being affected by natural and human interventions, and how we might be able to conserve them and manage them sustainably for the good of people, both recreationally and economically. Each chapter is topic driven and makes full use of examples from all appropriate marine ecosystems. The book is illustrated throughout with many full colour diagrams and high quality photographs. Contents: Preface. Acknowledgments. The physical template. Marine biodiversity. Primary production and chemosynthesis. Primary consumption: marine herbivores and detritivores. Predators, parasites, and pathogens. Competition and succession. Dispersal and settlement. The exploitation and maintenance of marine and estuarine fisheries. Threats to marine ecosystems: the effects of man. Marine conservation. Appendix. References. Index. 9781444335453 • 256pp • April 2010 • Pbk £34.99/€42.00

The Diversity of Fishes

Ecology of Freshwaters

Biology, Evolution, and Ecology, 2nd Edition

A View for the Twenty-First Century, 4th Edition

GENE HELFMAN, University of Georgia, Athens, BRUCE B. COLLETTE, National Museum of Natural History, DOUGLAS E. FACEY, Saint Michaels College and BRIAN W. BOWEN, University of Hawaii, USA

BRIAN MOSS, University of Liverpool

The second edition of The Diversity of Fishes represents a major revision of the world’s most widely adopted ichthyology textbook. Expanded and updated, the second edition is illustrated throughout with striking colour photographs depicting the spectacular evolutionary adaptations of the most ecologically and taxonomically diverse vertebrate group. Contents: Preface; PART I INTRODUCTION; The science of ichthyology; Systematic procedures; PART II FORM, FUNCTION, AND ONTOGENY; Skeleton, skin, and scales; Soft anatomy; Oxygen, metabolism, and energetics; Sensory Systems; Homeostasis; Functional morphology of locomotion and feeding; Early life history; Juveniles, adults, age, and growth; PART III TAXONOMY, PHYLOGENY, AND EVOLUTION; A history of fishes; Chondrichthyes: Sharks, skates, rays, and chimaeras; Living representatives of primitive fishes; Teleosts at last I: bonytongues through anglerfishes; Teleosts at last II: spiny-rayed fishes; PART IV ZOOGEOGRAPHY, HABITATS, AND ADAPTATIONS; Zoogeography; Fish genetics; Special habitats and special adaptations; PART V BEHAVIOR AND ECOLOGY; Fishes as predators; Fishes as prey; Fishes as social animals: reproduction; Fishes as social animals: aggregation, aggression, and cooperation; Cycles of activity and behavior; Individuals, populations, and assemblages; Communities, ecosystems, and the functional role of fishes; PART VI THE FUTURE OF FISHES; Conservation; References; Index. 9781405124942 • 736pp • 2009 • Hbk £50.00/€60.00

This new edition of an established textbook provides a comprehensive and stimulating introduction to rivers, lakes and wetlands, and was written as the basis for a complete course on freshwater ecology. Designed for undergraduate and early postgraduate students who wish to gain an overall view of this vast subject area, this accessible guide to freshwater ecosystems and man’s activities will also be invaluable to anyone interested in the integrated management of freshwaters. The author maintains the tradition of clarity and conciseness set by previous editions, and the text is extensively illustrated with photographs and diagrams. Examples are drawn from the author’s experience in many parts of the world, and the author continues to stress the human influence. The scientific content of the text has been fully revised and updated, making use of the wealth of data available since publication of the last edition. Brief Contents: Introduction; Water, a remarkable unremarkable substance; Why the chemistry of water is so important; More water chemistry: the key nutrients, trace elements and organic matter; Light thrown upon the waters; Evolution and diversity of freshwater organisms; Headwater streams and rivers; Uses, misuses and restoration of headwater streams and rivers; Middle stage and depositional floodplain rivers; Floodplain ecosystems and human affairs; Lakes and other standing waters; The communities of shallow standing waters: mires, shallow lakes and the littoral zone; Plankton communities of the pelagic zone; The profundal zone; The uses, abuses and restoration of standing waters; Climate change and the future of freshwaters; Problem exercises; References Index. 9781405113328 • 472pp • April 2010 • Pbk £37.50/€45.00

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Conservation Psychology Understanding and Promoting Human Care for Nature SUSAN CLAYTON, Psychology Department, The College of Wooster, USA and GENE MYERS, Department of Environmental Studies, Western Washington University, USA This textbook introduces the reader to the new and emerging field of Conservation Psychology, which explores connections between the study of human behavior and the achievement of conservation goals. The book first summarizes theory and research on human cognitive, emotional, and behavioral responses to nature and goes on to review research on people’s experience of nature in wild, managed, and urban settings. Finally, it examines ways to encourage conservation-oriented behavior at both individual and societal levels. Throughout, the authors integrate a wide body of published literature to demonstrate how and why psychology is relevant to promoting a more sustainable relationship between humans and nature. Contents: 1. Introducing the Field of Conservation Psychology; Part I: Thinking about nature; 2. Attitudes, Values, and Perceptions; 3. Moral Psychology and the Environment; 4. Environment and Identity; 5. Theoretical Foundations for the Human Response to Nature; Part II: Interactions with nature; 6. Domestic Nature: Cohabiting with Plants and Animals; 7. Managed Nature: Zoos, Aquariums, and Public Parks; 8. Wild Nature: Encounters with Wilderness; Part III: Promoting conservation; 9. Promoting Sustainable Behavior; 10. Community Psychology and International Biodiversity Conservation; 11. Environmental Education; 12. The Psychology of Hope; Glossary; References. 9781405176781 • 264pp • 2009 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

Quantitative Conservation of Vertebrates MICHAEL J. CONROY, University of Georgia and Georgia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, USA and JOHN P. CARROLL, University of Georgia, USA This text offers a readable and comprehensive guide to conservation study techniques including the use of computer models, data analysis and study design, population monitoring, and decision making. Contents: Introduction: The role of science in conservation. Part 1. Basic concepts in scientific investigations for conservation: Using models in conservation biology; Models of population dynamics; Applying population models to conservation; Basics of study design and analysis. Part 2. Conservation studies and monitoring programs: General principles of estimation; Occupancy (presence-absence) analysis Sample counts for abundance estimation; Distance sampling for estimating density and abundance; Mark-recapture and removal for abundance estimation; Estimation of survival from radiotelemetry, nesting success studies, and age distributions; Tag-recovery and mark recapture for estimating survival, recruitment, abundance and movement rates; Analysis of habitat; Species richness and other community parameters. Part 3. Integrating modeling and monitoring for conservation: Elements of conservation decision modelling; Accounting for uncertainty in conservation decisions; Learning and adaptive management; Case study; Summary; Literature cited; Glossary; Appendix A. Statistical and modeling programs available on the worldwide web; Appendix B. Other internet resources; Appendix C. Modeling and statistical notation; Appendix D. Key to abundance and parameter estimation; Index. 9781405182287 • 352pp • 2009 • Pbk £37.50/€45.00

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Community Ecology 2nd Edition PETER J. MORIN, Rutgers University, USA All life on earth occurs in natural assemblages called communities. Community ecology is the study of patterns and processes involving these collections of two or more species. Communities are typically studied using a diversity of techniques, including observations of natural history, statistical descriptions of natural patterns, laboratory and field experiments, and mathematical modelling. Community patterns arise from a complex assortment of processes including competition, predation, mutualism, indirect effects, habitat selection, which result in the most complex biological entities on earth – including iconic systems such as rain forests and coral reefs. This book introduces the reader to a balanced coverage of concepts and theories central to community ecology, using examples drawn from terrestrial, freshwater, and marine systems, and focusing on animal, plant, and microbial species. The historical development of key concepts is described using descriptions of classic studies, while examples of exciting new developments in recent studies are used to point toward future advances in our understanding of community organization. Throughout, there is an emphasis on the crucial interplay between observations, experiments, and mathematical models. Contents: Part I: Communities: Basic Patterns and Elementary Processes. Part II: Factors Influencing Interactions Among Species. Part III: Large-scale, Integrative Community Phenomena. Appendix: Stability Analysis. Bibliography. Index. 9781405124119 • 480pp • July 2011 • Pbk £34.99/€44.90

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EVOLUTION

NEW!

Biogeography

Evolution A Developmental Approach WALLACE ARTHUR, National University of Ireland This book is aimed at students taking courses on evolution in universities and colleges. Its approach and its structure are very different from previously-published evolution texts. The core theme in this book is how evolution works by changing the course of embryonic and postembryonic development. In other words, it is an evolution text that has been very much influenced by the new approach of evolutionary developmental biology, or ‘evo-devo’. Contents: PART I: FOUNDATIONS: Introduction; What is evo-devo? Development, Cells and Molecules; Natural Populations; PART II: DEVELOPMENTAL REPATTERNING: Mutation and Developmental Repatterning; Heterochrony; Heterotopy; Heterometry; Heterotypy; The integrative nature of repatterning; Mapping repatterning to trees; PART III: THE DIRECTION OF EVOLUTION: Adaptation, coadaptation and exaptation; Developmental constraint and bias; Developmental genes and evolution; Gene co-option as an evolutionary mechanism; Developmental plasticity and evolution; The origin of species, novelties and body plans; The evolution of complexity; PART IV: CONCLUSIONS: Key concepts and connections; Prospect. “This book, written as an undergraduate text, is a really most impressive book. Given the burgeoning interest in the role of developmental change in evolution in recent times, this will be a very timely publication. The book is well structured and, like the author’s other books, very well written. He communicates with a clear, lucid style and has the ability to explain even the more difficult concepts in an accessible manner.”

An Ecological and Evolutionary Approach 8th Edition C. BARRY COX, Formerly Kings College, London and PETER D. MOORE, Kings College, London, UK Biologists searching for a resource that explores all of the exciting changes that have occurred recently in the field will turn to this eighth edition. It offers insight into the multidisciplinary nature of the field, presenting a sound historical base, up-to-date coverage, and a look at the latest controversies. The authors evaluate conflicting theories and provide a reasoned judgment as to which is preferable. In a new chapter the authors examine marine biogeography, so that biologists can compare and analyze the data, patterns and problems arising from continental, marine and island biogeography. Contents: Part 1 The Structure and History of Biogeography. 1 Introduction; 2 The History of Biogeography. Part 2 Ecological Biogeography. 3 Patterns of Biodiversity. 4 Patterns of Distribution. 5 Communities and Ecosystems. 6 Patterns of Life & their Interpretation (areography, ecogeographic rules, gradients, hotspots). Part 3 The Engines of the Planet. 7 Plate Tectonics. 8 The Sources of Novelty & Pattern. Part 4 Islands & Oceans. 9 Life, Death & Evolution on Islands. 10 Drawing Lines in the Water. Part 5 Historical Biogeography. 11 Living in the Past. 12 Biogeographical Regions Today. Part 6 The Transformation of the Planet. 13 Ice & Change. 14 The Evolution & Impact of our Species. 15 Facing the Challenges/ Mending the Planet? 9780470637944 • 456pp • March 2010 • Pbk £34.99/€42.00

The Emergence of Humans An Exploration of the Evolutionary Timeline PATRICIA ASH and DAVID J. ROBINSON, both of The Open University, UK This text takes students through time following the emergence of the modern human species Homo sapiens from primate roots. Acknowledging the controversy surrounding the interpretation of the fossil record, the authors present a balanced approach in an effort to do justice to different views. Each chapter covers a significant time period of evolutionary history and includes relevant techniques from other disciplines that have applications to the field of human evolution. Self-assessment questions linked to learning outcomes are provided for each chapter, together with further reading and reference to key sources in the primary literature. The book will thus be effective both as a conventional textbook and for independent study. Contents: The First Human Fossils; The Geological Context; Evolution and Natural Selection; 65–50 million years ago: The Primates; 50–9 million years ago: Anthropoids and hominoids; 8–4.4 million years ago: Who were the ancestors of the hominins?; 4.2–3.0 million years ago: Adaptive radiation of hominins; 3.0 –1.0 million years ago: Emergence and diversification of the genus Homo; 1.0 million years ago – 700,000 years ago; 700,000 –130,000 years ago: Homo sapiens ‘out of Africa’; 130 –10,000 years ago: Homo Sapiens out of Africa; Coda; Answers to end of chapter questions; Glossary; Index. 9780470013151 • 352pp • February 2010 Pbk • £34.95/€40.00

PROFESSOR KENNETH McNAMARA, University of Cambridge 9781405186582 • 424pp • January 2011 • Pbk £40.00/€51.90

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FORENSIC SCIENCE

Forensic Science in Court

Essential Forensic Biology

The Role of the Expert Witness

2nd Edition

WILSON WALL, Auckland District Health Board, New Zealand

ALAN GUNN, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Forensic Science in Court is a practical handbook aimed at forensic science students, to help them prepare as an expert witness when presenting their evidence in court. Written in a clear, accessible manner, the book guides the student through the legal process and shows them how to handle evidence, write reports without ambiguity through to the more practical aspects of what to do when appearing in court. The book also offers advice on what to expect when working with lawyers in a courtroom situation.

From the reviews of the first edition:

Features: • Integrates law and science in an easy to understand format. • Inclusion of case studies throughout. • Includes straightforward statistics essential for the forensic science student. • An invaluable, practical textbook for anyone appearing as an expert witness in court. • Unique in its approach aimed at forensic science students in a courtroom environment. Contents: Introduction – Forensic science and the justice system; Where the law comes from: You don’t mess about with The People; The legal system and how it works; Rules of evidence as they apply to expert witnesses; The first point of contact, dealing with solicitors; The expert in court; Statistics and statistical inferences; Ethical considerations for the forensic scientist; Appendix- Nomenclature for citing law reports; Glossary of commonly used terms and phrases. 9780470985779 • 176pp • 2009 • Pbk £24.95/€30.00

“Overall, I give it my highest recommendation. I was unable to find a single paragraph that was not fascinating, despite being sad or gruesome at times.” E-STREAMS

“The author does an excellent job of demonstrating how biological science can, and does, contribute to legal investigations...” THE QUARTERLY REVIEW OF BIOLOGY

Fully revised and updated, this second edition of a highly successful text carefully guides the reader through the science of biology in legal investigations. Now in full colour throughout, the book provides a detailed description of the decay process, and discusses the role of forensic indicators – human fluids and tissues, including blood cells, bloodstain pattern analysis, hair, teeth, bones and wounds. It also considers the role microorganisms, invertebrates and plants play within forensic investigations before considering future directions in forensic science. Contents: Introduction; PART A: HUMAN REMAINS: DECAY, DNA, TISSUES AND FLUIDS; Chapter One: The decay, discovery and recovery of human remains; Chapter Two: Body fluids and waste products; Chapter Three: Molecular biology; Chapter Four: Human tissues; Chapter Five: Wound analysis; PART B: INVERTEBRATES AND VERTEBRATES; Chapter Six: Invertebrates 1: biological aspects; Chapter Seven: Invertebrates 2: practical aspects; Chapter Eight: Vertebrates; PART C: PLANTS, PROTISTS, FUNGI AND MICROBES; Chapter Nine: Protists, fungi and plants; Chapter Ten: Bacteria and viruses.

Geoforensics ALASTAIR RUFFELL and JENNIFER McKINLEY, both of School of Geography, Archaeology and Paleoecology, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK This book is a comprehensive introduction to the application of geoscience to criminal investigations. Clearly structured throughout, the text follows a path from the large-scale application of remote sensing, landforms and geophysics in the first half to the increasingly small-scale examination of rock and soils to trace amounts of material. • Examples taken from an environmental and humanitarian perspective in addition to the terrorist and domestic criminal cases more regularly discussed. • A chapter on the use of GIS in criminalistics and information on unusual applications and methods – for example underwater scene mapping and extraterrestrial applications. • Material on how geoscience methods and applications are used at a crime scene. • Accompanying website including key images and references to further material. • An invaluable text for both undergraduate and postgraduate students taking general forensic science degrees or geoscience courses. Contents: Background to the work, organization of the text and history of research; Physical geography, geomorphology, landform interpretation, archaeology, stratigraphy and hydrodynamics; Geophysics; Remote sensing; Spatial location and geographic information science; Scale, sampling and geostatistics; Conventional geological analysis; Trace evidence; The search for buried materials; Circuit complete. 9780470057353 • 340pp • 2008 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

9780470758038 • 440pp • 2009 • Pbk £29.95/€36.00

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FORENSIC SCIENCE

Practical Forensic Microscopy

Crime Scene Management

A Laboratory Manual

Scene Specific Methods

BARBARA WHEELER and LORI J. WILSON both of Eastern Kentucky University, USA

RAUL SUTTON, University of Wolverhampton, UK and KEITH TRUEMAN, West Midlands Police, UK

This text provides students with a practical overview and understanding of the various microscopes and microscopic techniques employed within the field of forensic science. Each laboratory experiment has been carefully designed to cover the variety of evidence disciplines with carefully set out objectives, explanations of each topic and worksheets to help students compile and analyse their results. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Laboratory Safety; Microscope Maintenance; The Micro Kit; Experiments; Chapter 1: The Stereomicroscope; Chapter 2: The Compound Light Microscope; Chapter 3: The Polarized Light Microscope; Chapter 4: The Fluorescence Microscope; Chapter 5: The Phase Contrast Microscope; Chapter 6: Physical Match Examinations; Chapter 7: Construction Examinations of Evidence; Chapter 8: Lamp Filament Examinations; Chapter 9: Fingerprint Examinations and Comparison; Chapter 10: Tool Mark Examinations; Chapter 11: Firearms Examinations; Chapter 12 Shoe and Tire; Print/Impression Examinations; Chapter 13 Botanical Examinations; Chapter 14 Paint Examinations; Chapter 15 Hair Examinations; Chapter 16 Glass Examinations; Chapter 17 Fiber Examinations; Chapter 18 Soil Examination; Chapter 19 Microchemical Testing – Inorganic Ions; Chapter 20 Microscopic Analysis of Controlled Substances; Chapter 21 Semen Examinations Instrumental Microscopy; Chapter 22 Fourier Transform Infrared Microspectrometry; Chapter 23 UV-VisibleNIR Microspectrophotometry; Chapter 24: Thermal Microscopy; Chapter 25 Scanning Electron Microscopy; Appendices; Glossary of Microscopy Terms; Index.

Crime Scene Management is an accessible introduction to the common forms of evidence that may be encountered at a scene of crime and the techniques used for recovery of that evidence. The book is clearly focused on the techniques for handling crime scenes from the role of the first officer attending through the to the specialist personnel who may be called to deal with specific evidence types. Clearly structured to enhance student understanding, methods covered include, dna-rich samples, fingerprints, toolmarks and impressions. Later chapters move on to consider common scenes such as burglary, fire and vehicle crime. Contents: PART I CRIME SCENE PRINCIPLES; The Crime Scene Context; The first officer attending; The Role of the Scenes of Crime Officer; Police Photography. PART II EVIDENCE GATHERING TECHNIQUES; Fingerprints; DNA-rich evidence; Blood Pattern Analysis; Physical Evidence; PART III SPECIALISED SCENES AND REPORT WRITING; Scenes of fire examination; Examination of Recovered Stolen Motor Vehicles; Preparing Reports and Statements; Appendices; Index. 9780470016794 • 292pp • 2009 • Pbk £27.50/€33.00

NEW EDITION!

An Introduction to Forensic Genetics 2nd Edition WILLIAM GOODWIN, University of Central Lancashire, UK, ADRIAN LINACRE, Flinders University, Australia, and SIBTE HADI, University of Central Lancashire, UK This is a completely revised edition of a comprehensive and popular introduction to the fast moving area of Forensic Genetics. The text begins with key concepts needed to fully appreciate the subject and moves on to examine the latest developments in the field. Now illustrated in full colour throughout, this accessible textbook includes numerous references to relevant casework. With information on the full process of DNA evidence from collection at the scene of a crime to presentation in a legal context this book provides a complete overview of the field. Contents: Introduction to Forensic Genetics; DNA Structure and the Genome; Biological Material – Collection, Characterization and Storage; DNA Extraction and Quantification; Polymerase Chain Reaction; The Analysis of Short Tandem Repeats; Assessment of STR Profiles; Statistical Interpretation of STR Profiles; Evaluation And Presentation of DNA Evidence; Databases of DNA Profiles; Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms; NonHuman DNA Typing; Appendix A: Forensic Parameters; Appendix B: Useful Web Links; Glossary; Abbreviations; Index. 9780470710197 • 216pp • December 2010 Pbk • £27.50/€33.00

9780470031766 • 384pp • 2008 • Hbk £37.50/€45.00

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FORENSIC SCIENCE

Forensic Entomology An Introduction

Introduction to Statistics for Forensic Scientists

DOROTHY GENNARD, University of Lincoln, UK

DAVID LUCY, University of Edinburgh, UK

Forensic Entomology is a concise introduction to entomology in a forensic context and also a practical guide to collecting entomological samples at the crime scene. The book provides background information about the procedures carried out by the professional forensic entomologist in order to determine key information about postmortem interval presented by insect evidence.

Introduction to Statistics for Forensic Scientists gently guides the reader through the key statistical techniques used to evaluate various types of forensic evidence. Assuming only a modest mathematical background, the book uses real-life examples from the forensic science literature and forensic case-work to illustrate relevant statistical concepts and methods.

Features: • Includes practical tasks and further reading along with key laboratory skills and an understanding of insect life cycles. • Numerous illustrations designed to assist in the identification of insects associated with the corpse alongside keys to help students make this identification. • Assumes no prior knowledge of either entomology or biology. Brief Contents: The breadth of forensic entomology; Identifying flies that are important in forensic entomology; Identifying beetles that are important in forensic entomology; The life cycles of flies and beetles; Sampling at the crime scene; Breeding entomological specimens from the crime scene; Calculating the post mortem interval; Ecology of forensically important flies; Ecology of selected forensically important beetles; The forensic entomologist in court; The role of professional associations for forensic entomologists. 9780470014790 • 244pp • 2007 • Pbk £27.50/€33.00

Features: • Introduces the key statistical techniques used in the evaluation of forensic evidence. • Includes end of chapter exercises to enhance student understanding. • Numerous examples taken from forensic science to put the subject into context. Contents: Introduction to Statistics; A short history of statistics in the law; Data types, location and dispersion; Probability; The normal distribution; Measures of nominal and ordinal association; Correlation; Regression and calibration; Evidence evaluation; Conditional probability and Bayes’ theorem; Relevance and the formulation of propositions; Evaluation of evidence in practice; Evidence evaluation examples; Errors in interpretation; DNA I; DNA II; Sampling and sample size estimation; Epilogue; A References; B Worked solutions to questions; C Percentage pints of the standard normal distribution; D Percentage points of t-distributions; E Percentage points of X2-distributions; F Percentage points of f-distributions; G Calculating partial correlations using ‘Excel’ software. Further algebra using the “third Law.” Index.

Investigative Psychology Offender Profiling and the Analysis of Criminal Action DAVID CANTER and DONNA YOUNGS, International Research Centre for Investigative Psychology (IRCIP), UK This ground-breaking text is the first to provide a detailed overview of Investigative Psychology, from the earliest work through to recent studies, including descriptions of previously unpublished internal reports. Crucially it provides a framework for students to explore this exciting terrain, combining Narrative Theory and an Action Systems framework. It includes empirically tested models for Offender Profiling and guidance for investigations, as well as an agenda for research in Investigative Psychology. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; PART 1: THE ROAD TO INVESTIGATIVE PSYCHOLOGY; The Emergence of Investigative Psychology from Offender Profiling; Introducing Investigative Psychology; Foundations: Description and Classification; The Coming of the Informed Detective; The Age of ‘Profiling’; PART 2: FUNDAMENTALS; A Framework for Studying Criminal Actions and Inferences about Offenders; The Radex of Criminality; Personal Narratives of Crime; Finding Action Patterns and Drawing Profiles; Criminal Psycho-Geography; Investigative Information; Suspect Interviewing and Deception; PART 3: PROFILING CRIMINAL ACTIONS; Models of Offending Behaviour and Applications of Investigative Psychology; Acquisitive Crime; Sexual Crimes; Murder; Organised Crime; Terrorism; Investigative Psychology in Action; Conclusions; Glossary; References; Index. 9780470023976 • 484pp • 2009 • Pbk £26.99/€32.40

9780470022016 • 266pp • 2005 • Pbk £24.95/€30.00

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GENETICS

Principles of Genetics

Population Genetics

5th Edition

MATTHEW HAMILTON, Georgetown University, USA

D. PETER SNUSTAD and MICHAEL J. SIMMONS, both at University of Minnesota, USA Principles of Genetics opens a window on the rapidly advancing science of genetics by showing exactly how genetics is done. Throughout, the authors incorporate a human emphasis and highlight the role of geneticists to keep students interested and motivated. Contents: Introduction and Fundamentals; The Science of Genetics; Cellular Reproduction and Model Genetic Organisms; Classical Genetic Analysis; Mendelism: The Basic Principles of Inheritance; Extensions of Mendelism; The Chromosomal Basis of Mendelism; Variation in Chromosome Number and Structure; Linkage, Crossing Over, and Chromosome Mapping in Eukaryotes; The Genetics of Bacteria and their Viruses; DNA and the Molecular Structure of Chromosomes; Replication of DNA and Chromosomes; Transcription and RNA Processing; Translation and the Genetic Code; Mutation, DNA Repair, and Recombination; Definitions of the Gene; The Techniques of Molecular Genetics; Genomics; Applications of Molecular Genetics; Transposable Genetic Elements; Regulation of Gene Expression in Prokaryotes and their Viruses; Regulation of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes; Genetic Control of Animal Development; The Genetic Basis of Cancer; Inheritance of Complex Traits; Population Genetics; Evolutionary Genetics. Resources: WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book. 9780470398425 • 848pp • 2009 • Pbk £49.99/€60.00

The key to understanding population genetics is gaining familiarity with a set of traditional conceptual approaches along with classical hypotheses and debates. Armed with this background, many empirical studies will be readily understood because the basic hypotheses they address are understood from first principles. To achieve this goal, this book contains mostly conceptual material that is augmented with case studies as illustrations. • Provides the reader with an insight of traditional conceptual approaches along with classical hypotheses to increase understanding and familiarity of the topic. • Addresses basic hypothesis so that they are understood from the first principles, making the empirical studies easy to comprehend. • Contains conceptual material that is augmented with case studies as illustrations to aid understanding. • Contains several outstanding pedagogical features including method boxes and exercises to assist students in conducting simulations using public domain software. • Valuable for students wanting to expand their knowledge in population and evolutionary biology.

NEW!

Introducing Proteomics From Concepts To Sample Separation, Mass Spectrometry And Data Analysis JOSIP LOVRIC, University of Manchester, UK This text gives a concise and coherent overview of every aspect of current proteomics technology. The book provides students with sufficient theoretical background to be able to plan, prepare, and analyze a proteomics study. Covering an Introduction, Separation Technologies, Analysis of Peptides/Proteins by Mass Spectrometry, and Strategies in Proteomics, this book also includes numerous examples and explanations for why particular strategies are better than others for certain applications. In addition, the book includes extensive references and a list of relevant proteomics information sources. Contents: Preface. Foreword. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Separation and Detection Technologies. Analysis of peptides/ proteins by Mass Spectrometry. Analysis/interpretation of mass spectrometric and Proteomic Data. Strategies in Proteomics. References. Index. 9780470035245 • 288pp • February 2011 Pbk • £27.50/€35.90

Contents: Thinking like a Population Geneticist; Genotype Frequencies; Genetic Drift and Effective Population Size; Population Structure and Gene Flow; Mutation; Fundamentals of natural selection; Further models of natural selection; Molecular evolution; Quantitative trait variation and evolution; The Mendelian basis of quantitative trait variation; Historical and synthetic topics; Appendix. 9781405132770 • 424pp • 2009 • Hbk £34.99/€42.00

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GENETICS

Gene Cloning and DNA Analysis

From Genes to Genomes

Molecular Genetics of Bacteria

6th Edition

Concepts and Applications of DNA Technology

5th Edition

TERRY A. BROWN, University of Manchester, UK

2nd Edition

Known world-wide as the standard introductory text to this important and exciting area, the sixth edition of Gene Cloning and DNA Analysis addresses new and growing areas of research whilst retaining the philosophy of the previous editions. Assuming the reader has little prior knowledge of the subject, its importance, the principles of the techniques used and their applications are all carefully laid out, with over 250 clearly presented four-colour illustrations.

JEREMY W. DALE and MALCOLM VON SCHANTZ, both of University of Surrey, UK

Brief Contents: PART 1: THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF GENE CLONING AND DNA ANALYSIS; Why Gene Cloning and DNA Analysis are Important; Vectors for Gene Cloning: Plasmids and Bacteriophages; Purification of DNA from Living Cells; Manipulation of Purified DNA; Introduction of DNA into Living Cells; Cloning Vectors for E. coli; Cloning Vectors for Eukaryotes; How to Obtain a Clone of a Specific Gene; The Polymerase Chain Reaction; PART 2: THE APPLICATIONS OF GENE CLONING AND DNA ANALYSIS IN RESEARCH; Sequencing Genes and Genomes; Studying Gene Expression and Function; Studying Genomes; PART 3: THE APPLICATIONS OF GENE CLONING AND DNA ANALYSIS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY; Production of Protein from Cloned Genes; Gene Cloning and DNA Analysis in Medicine; Gene Cloning and DNA Analysis in Agriculture; Gene Cloning and DNA Analysis in Forensic Science and Archaeology.

The book opens with a brief review of the basic concepts of molecular biology, before moving on to describe the key molecular methods and how they fit together. This ranges from the cloning and study of individual genes to the sequencing of whole genomes, and the analysis of genome-wide information.

9781405181730 • 336pp • March 2010 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

Rapid advances in gene technology, genetic engineering, recombinant DNA technology and gene cloning have pushed molecular biology to the forefront of the biological sciences. From Genes to Genomes explains key ideas underlying the most central techniques in the context of the ways in which they are used.

Finally, the book moves on to consider some of the applications of these techniques, in biotechnology, medicine and agriculture, as well as in research that is causing the current explosion of knowledge across the biological sciences. Contents: Introduction; Basic Molecular Biology; How to Clone a Gene; Cutting and Joining DNA; Vectors; Genomic and cDNA Libraries; Finding the Right Clone; Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR); Characterization of a cloned gene; Analysis of gene expression; Products from native and manipulated cloned genes; Genomic analysis; Analysis of genetic variation; Post-genomic analysis; Modifying organisms; transgenics; Glossary; Bibliography; Index.

JEREMY DALE and SIMON PARK, both of the University of Surrey, UK The fifth edition of this highly successful book provides students with an essential introduction to the molecular genetics of bacteria covering the basic concepts and the latest developments. It is comprehensive, easy to use and well structured with clear two-colour diagrams throughout. The focus of the book remains firmly on bacteria and will be invaluable to students studying microbiology, biotechnology, molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics and related biomedical sciences. Contents: Nucleic Acid Structure and Function; Mutation and Variation; Regulation and Gene Expression; Genetics of Bacteriophages; Plasmids; Gene Transfer; Genomic Plasticity: Movable Genes and Phase Variation; Genetic Modification: Exploiting the Potential of Bacteria; Genetic Methods for Investigating Bacteria; Gene Mapping to Genomics; Appendix A: Further Reading; Appendix B: Abbreviations; Appendix C: Glossary; Appendix D: Enzymes; Appendix E: Genes; Appendix F: Standard Genetic Code. 9780470741849 • 392pp • April 2010 • Pbk £27.50/€33.00

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GENETICS

Analysis of Genes and Genomes

Human Genetics and Genomics

RICHARD J. REECE, University of Manchester, UK

3rd Edition

Analysis of Genes and Genomes provides a clear introduction to the theoretical and practical basis of genetic engineering, gene cloning and molecular biology. All aspects of genetic engineering in the post-genomic era are covered, beginning with the basics of DNA structure and DNA metabolism. Using an example-driven approach, the fundamentals of creating mutations in DNA, cloning in bacteria, yeast, plants and animals are all clearly presented. Features: • A modern post-genome era introduction to key techniques used in genetic engineering. • An example driven past-to-present approach to allow the experiments of today to be placed in an historical context. • Beautifully illustrated in full colour throughout. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; DNA: Structure and Function; Basic Techniques in Gene Analysis; Vectors; Polymerase Chain Reaction; Cloning a Gene; Gene Identification; Creating Mutations; Protein Production and Purification; Genome Sequencing Projects; Post-Genome Analysis; Engineering Plants; Engineering Animal Cells; Engineering Animals; Glossary; Appendices; Nobel Prize Winners; References. 9780470843802 • 490pp • 2003 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

BRUCE KORF, University of Alabama, Alabama, USA

Dictionary of DNA and Genome Technology 2nd Edition PAUL SINGLETON

This new rendition of the classic textbook Human Genetics: A Problem-Based Approach, merges basic genetic principles with clinical applications of genetics in medical practice. By presenting the core concepts of human genetics while maintaining an emphasis on a problembased learning and clinical approach it acts both as a textbook for genetics courses, and a bridge into the clinical environment. Features: • ‘Clinical snapshots’ covering major genetic disorders and integrating a clinical approach. • Ethics boxes covering ethical implications in genetics. • Key points at the beginning of each chapter for a quick summary and Q&As at the end of each chapter for self-testing. • Recommended readings and “Hot topics” sections at the ends of chapters covering new and emerging areas in genetics. Contents: Part 1: Basic principles of human genetics; DNA Structure and Function Genetic Variation; Patterns of Inheritance; The Human Genome; Multifactorial Inheritance; Cell Division and Chromosomes; Population Genetics; Cancer Genetics; Part 2: Genetics in medical practice; Chromosome Translocation; Molecular Diagnosis; Newborn Screening; Developmental Genetics; Carrier Screening; Genetic Risk Assessment; Genetic Testing for Risk of Cancer; Pharmacogenetics; Gene Therapy; Answers to Review Questions; Glossary; Index.

DNA technology has a vital role in diverse fields such as criminal investigation and gene therapy – dynamic areas involving many specialised terms and techniques. This unique dictionary offers current, detailed, accessible information to lecturers, researchers, students and technicians throughout the biomedical and related sciences. • The new edition represents a major update with 50% more entries on the very latest developments. • Clear explanations of terms, techniques, and tests, including commercial systems, with detailed coverage of many important procedures and methods. • Includes well-established methodology plus new technology and data from the latest research journals, going well beyond the remit of most science dictionaries. • Essay-style entries on many major topics to assist newcomers to the field. • Covers topics relevant to medicine (diagnosis and gene therapy); veterinary science; biotechnology; biochemistry; pharmaceutical science/drug development; molecular biology; microbiology; epidemiology; genomics; environmental science; plant science/agriculture; taxonomy; and forensic science. Contents: Preface. Notes for the user. Ready reference. Dictionary. Appendix: alphabetical list of general. 9780470747315 • 416pp • February 2010 Pbk • £27.50/€33.00

9780632046560 • 288pp • 2006 • Pbk £34.99/€42.00

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MICROBIOLOGY AND INFECTION CONTROL

NEW!

Exploring Immunology

Infectious Disease

Immunology

Pathogenesis, Prevention and Case Studies

A Short Course

NANDINI SHETTY, JULIE ANDREWS, both of University College London, UK, and JULIAN WEI-TZE TANG, National University Hospital, Singapore

An Evidence-based Approach GORDON MacPHERSON and JONATHAN M. AUSTYN Exploring Immunology is a concise, accessible guide that will help first year students from a wide spectrum of backgrounds gain a good basic understanding of Immunology. It integrates an evidence based approach and stimulates critical thinking by including open questions in the study question sections. The book has four colors throughout, a companion web site, professionally designed artwork with standardized icons and use of colors. In addition, the figures and legends alone are designed to be sufficient for understanding the basic concepts in immunology, making this a very attractive learning tool for all beginners in immunology. Contents: Introduction to Immunology; The Immune System; Infection and Immunity; Functional Anatomy of the Immune System; Innate Immunity; T CellMediated Immunity; Antibody-Mediated Immunity; Immunity, Disease And Therapy. 9783527324125 • 334pp • April 2011 • Pbk £32.50/€39.90

Rapid globalization has led to unprecedented interest in infectious diseases worldwide and their effect on complex population dynamics including migration, famine, fire, war and terrorism. Students studying infectious disease must have a broader understanding of the implications of infectious disease in a public health context as well as clinical presentation and prevention. “… provides a valuable overview of the basic principles and issues pertaining to the pathogenesis and prevention of infectious diseases. The illustrations, the chapter summaries with relevant information, and the case studies are all particularly useful for the targeted readers. The book is well designed and manages to convey the general concepts of the various aspects of infectious diseases without overwhelming the reader with too much information… recommended for students, trainees, or physicians who desire a wellillustrated textbook that is easy to read and that addresses the basic aspects of infectious disease.” CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES, 2010

Contents: Part 1. General Principles of Infectious Diseases; Part 2. A Systems Based Approach to Infectious Diseases; Part 3. Infections in Special Groups; Part 4. Infections of Global Impact; Part 5. Emerging and Resurgent Infections; Index. 9781405135436 • 664pp • 2009 • Hbk £45.00/€54.00

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6th Edition RICHARD COICO, City Univiversity of New York, Medical School, USA and GEOFFREY SUNSHINE, Tufts University, School of Medicine, Boston, USA Immunology introduces all the critical topics of modern immunology in clear and succinct yet comprehensive fashion. The authors offer a uniquely balanced coverage of classical and contemporary approaches, basic and clinical aspects. As with the previous editions, the strength of the text is in a complete review of modern immunology without burdening the reader with excessive data or theoretical discussions. Each chapter is divided into short, self-contained units that address key topics illustrated by uniformly drawn, full-color illustrations, many brand new to this edition. Contents: Overview of the Immune System; Elements of Innate and Acquired Immunity; Immunogens and Antigens; Antibody Structure and Function; AntigenAntibody Interactions, Immune Assays, and Experimental Systems; The Genetic Basis of Antibody Structure; Biology of the B Lymphocyte; The Role of the Major Histocompatibility Complex in the Immune Response; Biology of the T Lymphocyte; Activation and Function of T and B Cells; Cytokines; Tolerance and Autoimmunity; Complement; Hypersensitivity: Type I.; Hypersensitivity: Types II and III; Hypersensitivity: Type IV; Immunodeficiency Disorders and Neoplasias of the Lymphoid System; Transplantation; Tumor Immunology; Resistance and Immunization to Infectious Diseases; Glossary; Appendix; Index. 9780470081587 • 416pp • 2009 • Pbk £36.95/€44.40

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Fundamentals of Molecular Virology

Microbiology

Basic Virology

Principles and Explorations

3rd Edition

NICHOLAS H. ACHESON, McGill University, USA

7th Edition

This is a modern molecular description of the way viruses replicate. Each virus is described in a brief chapter written by an expert in the field; all major viruses that are human pathogens are covered. Provides comprehensive coverage of most animal viruses and a selection of bacteriophages, while assuming only some basic knowledge of molecular and cell biology for comprehension.

EDWARD K. WAGNER, DAVID CAMERINI, both of University of California, MARTINEZ J. HEWLETT, University of Arizona and DAVID C. BLOOM, University of Florida, USA

Microbiology: Principles and Explorations has been a successful textbook for several editions due to the author’s engaging writing style where her passion for the subject shines through the narrative.

Features: • Includes a contemporary application of each virus to scientific research or a real-life problem. • Clear and simple illustrations; organized by virus group rather than function. Brief Contents: Part I. Introduction; Part II. Bacteriophages; Part III. Small DNA Viruses; Part IV. Larger DNA Viruses; Part V. Positive-Strand RNA Viruses; Part VI. Negative-Strand and DoubleStranded RNA Viruses; Part VII. Viruses that use a Reverse Transcriptase; Part VIII. Viroids and Prions; Part IX Antiviral Agents, Vectors, and Vaccines. 9780471351511 • 432pp • 2007 • Pbk £36.99/€44.40

JACQUELYN BLACK, Marymount University, USA

Features: • Extensive use of applications throughout the narrative that help students comprehendkey principles. • “Improved Art Program” The art program has been updated with a number of new beautifully rendered illustrations, updated micrographs and photographs. • “Cutting edge currency” Fully revised coverage of bioterrorism, microbial genetics and immunology to include the most up to date examples, applications, and information. • “Take another look” New end-ofchapter questions including new and revised Clinical Case Studies, Figure Questions, and Critical Thinking Questions, and Self-Quiz Questions. • New animations and video clips have been added to amplify key concepts for students. Contents: Part I: Microbiology: The Fundamentals. Part II: Microbial Metabolism, Growth, and Genetics. Part III: The Roster of Microbes and Multicellular Parasites. Part IV: Control of Microorganisms; Sterilization and Disinfection; Antimicrobial Therapy; Part V: Host-Microbe Interactions. Part VI: Infectious Disease of Human Organ System. Part VII: Environmental and Applied Microbiology. 9780470234150 • 968pp • 2008 • Hbk £48.99/€58.80

This new edition has been updated throughout, including cutting-edge information on emerging viruses of medical importance and expanded coverage of viral pathogenesis, viral immunology, retroviruses and HIV/AIDS. New chapters have been added dealing with HIV and AIDS, viruses and cancer, generation and use of recombinant viruses and virus-like particles, viral evolution, network biology and viruses, and animal models and transgenics. The third edition is even more comprehensive and accessible, including chapter outlines, revised and expanded review questions, and cumulative end of section problems, which integrate topics covered in that section and challenge students to synthesize new material. Basic Virology, Third Edition is supported by an outstanding website, including original animations, downloadable artwork and online resources designed to provide both students and instructors with an enhanced understanding of the field. Praise for the previous edition: “This volume is the best basic molecular virology book I have seen in a while. It’s an excellent resource, primarily written for students... I cannot recommend this book more highly.” – MICROBIOLOGY TODAY Contents: Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I: Virology and Viral Disease; Part II: Basic Properties of Viruses and Virus–Cell Interaction; Part III: Working with Virus; Part IV: Replication Patterns of Specific Viruses; PART V: Viruses: New Approaches and New Problems; Appendix: Resource Center. 9781405147156 • 584pp • 2007 • Pbk £38.99/€46.80

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Virology Principles and Applications JOHN CARTER and VENETIA SAUNDERS, both of Liverpool John Moores University, UK Virology is a clear and accessible introduction to this fast moving field, providing a comprehensive resource enabling students to understand the key concepts surrounding this exciting subject. The aim of the authors is to produce a text that stimulates and encourages the student through the extensive use of clear, colour-coded diagrams. Taking a modern approach to the subject, the relevance of virology to everyday life is clearly emphasised and discussion on emerging viruses, cancer, vaccines, anti-viral drugs gene vectors and pesticides is included. Features: • Introduces the relevance of virology to the modern world including the latest developments in the field – HIV, Foot and Mouth disease, Ebola, SARS and MMR. • Includes an introduction to the theories behind the origins of viruses and how they are evolving with discussion on emerging viruses. Brief Contents: Viruses and their importance; Methods used in virology; Virus structure; Virus transmission; Attachment and entry of viruses into cells; Transcription, translation and transport; Virus genome replication; Assembly and exit of virions from cells; Outcomes of infection for the host; Classification and nomenclature of viruses; Herpesviruses (and other dsDNA viruses); Parvoviruses (and other ssDNA viruses); Reoviruses (and other dsRNA viruses); Picornaviruses (and other plus-strand RNA viruses); Rhabdoviruses (and other minus-strand RNA viruses); Retroviruses; Human immunodeficiency viruses; Hepadnaviruses (and other reversetranscribing DNA viruses); Bacterial viruses; Origins and evolution of viruses; Emerging viruses; Viruses and cancer; Survival of infectivity; Virus vaccines; Anti-viral drugs; Prions.

Introduction to Modern Virology

Essential Microbiology

6th Edition

STUART HOGG, University of Glamorgan, UK

NIGEL DIMMOCK, ANDREW EASTON, KEITH LEPPARD, all of University of Warwick, UK Introduction to Modern Virology has been an established student text for over 25 years. Providing an integrated account of the subject across different host systems, with an emphasis on human and animal viruses, this book covers the field of virology from molecular biology to disease processes using a unique systems approach. Contents: Preface; Part I: What is a virus? Towards a Definition of a Virus; Some Methods for Studying Animal Viruses; The Structure of Virus Particles; Classification of Viruses; Part II: Virus Growth in Cells; The Process of Infection: I. Attachment of Viruses and the Entry of Their Genomes into the Target Cell; The Process of Infection: IIA. The Replication of Viral DNA; The Process of Infection: IIB. Genome Replication in RNA Viruses; The Process of Infection: IIC. The Replication of RNA Viruses with a DNA Intermediate and Vice Versa; The Process of Infection: IIIA. Gene Expression in DNA Viruses and Reverse-Transcribing Viruses; The Process of Infection: IIIB. Gene Expression and its Regulation in RNA Viruses; The Process of Infection: IV. The Assembly of Viruses; Part III: Virus Interactions with the Whole Organism; The Immune System and Virus Neutralization; Interactions Between Animal Viruses and Cells; Animal Virus – Host Interactions; Mechanisms in Virus Latency; Transmission of Viruses; The Evolution of Viruses; Part IV: Viruses and Disease: Human Viral Disease: An Overview; HIV & AIDS; Carcinogenesis and Tumor Viruses; Vaccines and Antivirals: The Prevention and Treatment of Virus Diseases; Prion Diseases; Horizons in Human Virology; Appendixes: Survey of Virus Properties; Index. 9781405136457 • 536pp • 2006 • Pbk £35.99/€43.20

Essential Microbiology is a comprehensive introduction to the subject, providing a balanced, modern approach by using carefully developed teaching tools such as definition boxes, chapter overviews and summaries, key points, multi choice texts and discussion questions. This user-friendly textbook starts by looking at the structure and function of microbes and then moves on to cover their interaction with the world, followed by their exploitation by man. Features: • Contains many examples and applications from a wide range of fields. • Carefully developed pedagogy, including definition boxes, chapter overviews and summaries, key points, multi choice texts and discussion questions. Contents: Preface. Acknowledgements. PART I. INTRODUCTION. Microbiology: What, Why and How? Biochemical Principles. Cell Structure and Organization. PART II. MICROBIAL NUTRITION, GROWTH AND METABOLISM. Microbial Nutrition and Cultivation. Microbial Growth. Microbial Metabolism. PART III. MICROBIAL DIVERSITY, A FEW WORDS ABOUT CLASSIFICATION. Procaryotic Diversity. The Fungi. The Protista. The Viruses. PART IV. MICROBIAL GENETICS. Microbial Genetics. Microorganisms in Genetic Engineering. PART V. CONTROL OF MICROORGANISMS. Control of Microorganisms. Antimicrobial Agents. PART VI. MICROORGANISMS IN THE ENVIRONMENT. Microbial Associations. Microorganisms in the Environment. PART VII. MICROORGANISMS IN INDUSTRY. Industrial and Food Microbiology. Glossary. Index. 9780471497547 • 480pp • 2005 • Pbk £27.50/€33.00

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NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

NEW EDITION!

Nutrition

Introduction to Human Nutrition

Food Science and Technology

Science and Applications

2nd Edition

2nd Edition with Booklet

Edited by MICHAEL J. GIBNEY, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, SUSAN A. LANHAM-NEW, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, AEDIN CASSIDY, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK and HESTER H. VORSTER North-West University, South Africa

GEOFFREY CAMPBELL-PLATT, University of Reading, UK

LORI A. SMOLIN, University of Connecticut and MARY B. GROSVENOR, USA Nutrition: Science and Applications helps students develop the scientific understanding to support their personal and professional decisions. Using a critical thinking approach, Smolin brings nutrition out of the classroom and allows students to apply the logic of science to their own nutrition concerns – both as consumers and as future scientists and health professionals. Features: • New Metabolism Artwork – Improved the art for this concept makes it easier for students to follow each step in this process. Brief Contents: Nutrition: Food for Health; Nutrition Guidelines: Applying the Science of Nutrition; Digestion, Absorption, and Metabolism; Carbohydrates: Sugars, Starches, and Fiber; Lipids; Focus on Alcohol; Proteins and Amino Acids; Energy Balance and Weight Management; Focus on Eating Disorders; The Water-Soluble Vitamins; The Fat-Soluble Vitamins; Focus on Phyotchemicals; Water and the Electrolytes; Major Minerals and Bone Health; The Trace Elements; Focus on NonVitamin and Non-Mineral Supplements; Nutrition and Physical Activity; Nutrition During Pregnancy and Lactation; Nutrition from Infancy to Adolescence; Nutrition and Aging: The Adult Years; Food Safety; Focus on Biotechnology; World Hunger and Malnutrition; Appendices A-1; Glossary G-1; Index I-1.

In this second edition of the introductory text in the acclaimed Nutrition Society Textbook Series, Introduction to Human Nutrition has been revised and updated to meet the needs of the contemporary student. Contents: Introduction to Human Nutrition: A Global Perspective on Food and Nutrition; Body Composition; Energy Metabolism; Nutrition and Metabolism of Proteins and Amino Acids; Digestion and Metabolism of Carbohydrates; Nutrition and Metabolism of Lipids; Dietary Reference Standards; The Vitamins; Minerals and Trace Elements; Measuring Food Intake; Food Composition; Food and Nutrition – Policy and Regulatory Issues; Nutrition Research Methodology; Food Safety: A Public Health Issue of Growing Importance; Food and Nutrition-Related Diseases: The Global Challenge.

Supported by IUFoST, Textbook of Food Science and Technology is an invaluable tool, designed to cover all elements of the contemporary food science and technology course. Contents: Introduction; Food Chemistry; Food Analysis; Food Biochemistry; Food Biotechnology; Food Microbiology; Food Processing; Food Physics; Food Engineering; Packaging; Sensory Evaluation; Quality Assurance and Legislation; Nutrition; Regulatory Toxicology and Food Safety; Numerical Methods; Statistical Techniques; Management Principles; Environmental Management; Food Business Management; Food Marketing; Product Development; Information Technology; Communication and Transferable Skills. 9780632064212 • 520pp • 2009 • Hbk £46.99/€56.40

9781405168076 • 384pp • 2009 • Pbk £39.99/€48.00

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NUTRITION AND DIETETICS Food Microbiology An Introduction 2nd Edition THOMAS J. MONTVILLE and KARL R. MATTHEWS, both of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA Food Microbiology offers a straightforward approach to learning the core principles without sacrificing depth, clarity, or rigor. It introduces the genetics and mechanisms important to specific issues in food microbiology. This textbook encourages today's students to acquire the understanding and skills necessary for practicing food safety in the future.

9781405189132 • 432pp • 2008 Hbk • £56.99/€68.40

Contents: I. BASICS OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY; The Trajectory of Food Microbiology; Factors That Influence Microbes in Foods; Spores and Their Significance; Detection and Enumeration of Microbes in Food; Rapid and Automated Microbial Methods; Indicator Microorganisms and Microbiological Criteria; II. GRAM-NEGATIVE FOODBORNE PATHOGENIC BACTERIA; Salmonella Species; Campylobacter jejuni; Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli; Yersinia enterocolitica; Shigella Species; Vibrio Species; III. GRAM-POSITIVE FOODBORNE PATHOGENIC BACTERIA; Listeria monocytogenes; Staphylococcus aureus; Clostridium botulinum; Clostridium perfringens; Bacillus cereus; IV. OTHER MICROBES IMPORTANT IN FOOD; Lactic Acid Bacteria and Food Fermentations; Yeast-Based and Other Fermentations; Spoilage Organisms; Molds; Viruses and Prions; V. CONTROL OF MICROORGANISMS IN FOOD; Antimicrobial Preservatives; Biologically Based Preservation and Probiotic Bacteria; Physical Methods of Food Preservation; Industrial Strategies for Ensuring Safe Food.

Metabolic Regulation A Human Perspective 3rd Edition KEITH N. FRAYN, Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Oxford, UK The important Third Edition of this successful book conveys a modern and integrated picture of metabolism and metabolic regulation. Explaining difficult concepts with unequalled clarity, author Keith Frayn provides the reader with an essential guide to the subject. Covering topics such as energy balance, body weight regulation and how the body copes with extreme situations, this book illustrates how metabolic regulation allows the human body to adapt to many different conditions. Changes throughout the new edition include: • Extensive chapter updates. • Clear and accessible 2-color diagrams. 9781405183598 • 384pp February 2010 • Pbk £35.99/€43.20

• Q&A sections online at www.wiley.com/go/frayn to facilitate learning. Frayn has written a book which will continue to be an extremely valuable tool for scientists, practitioners and students working and studying across a broad range of allied health sciences including medicine, biochemistry, nutrition, dietetics, sports science and nursing. Contents: Preface. List of Abbreviations. The Underlying Principles of Human Metabolism. Cellular Mechanisms Involved in Metabolic Regulation. Digestion and Intestinal Absorption. Longer-Term Regulation of Metabolism. Organs and Tissues. Important Endocrine Organs and Hormones. Integration of Carbohydrate, Fat, and Protein Metabolism in Normal Daily Life. The Nervous System and Metabolism. Coping with Some Extreme Situations. Lipoprotein Metabolism. Diabetes Mellitus. Energy Balance and Body Weight Regulation. Colour plate section can be found between pages148 and 149. References. Index. Additional resources are published on the book’s web site: www.wiley.com/go/fryan Resources: Instructor’s website.

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PHARMACOLOGY Biopharmaceuticals Biochemistry and Biotechnology 2nd Edition GARY WALSH, University of Limerick, Ireland The latest edition of this highly acclaimed textbook, provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the science and medical applications of biopharmaceutical products. This superbly written review of the important areas of investigation in the field, covers drug production, plus the biochemical and molecular mechanisms of action together with the biotechnology of major biopharmaceutical types on the market or currently under development. There is also additional material reflecting both the technical advances in the area and detailed information.

9780470843277 • 570pp • 2003 Pbk • £50.00/€60.00

Contents: Preface; Pharmaceuticals, biologies and biopharmaceuticals; The drug development process; The drug manufacturing process; The cytokines – the interferon family; Cytokines: interleukins and tumour necrosis factor; Haemopoietic growth factors; Growth factors; Hormones of therapeutic interest; Blood products and therapeutic enzymes; Antibodies, vaccines and adjuvants; Nucleic acid therapeutics; Appendices; Index.

Design & Development of Biological, Chemical, Food and Pharmaceutical Products JOHANNES A. WESSELINGH, University of Groningen and Technical University of Denmark, SOREN KIIL and MARTIN E. VIGILD, both of Technical University of Denmark This textbook draws on the authors’ years of experience in academia and industry to provide an accessible introduction to this field, which approaches product development as a subject in its own right rather than a sideline of process engineering. Features: • Emphasizes a problem solving and team learning approach. • Assumes some knowledge of calculus, basic physical chemistry and basic transport phenomena as well as some inorganic and organic chemistry. 9780470061558 • 310pp • 2007 Pbk • £32.50/€39.00

Contents: Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Lessons; Begin; Look Around; Team Up; Get a Method; Analyse the Situation; Design; Find Needs; Specify the Product; Create Concepts; Select a Concept; Protect the Concept; Develop; Formulate the Product; Flowsheet the Process; Estimate the Cost; Equip the Process; Scale Up; Exploit; Organize the Market; Forecast Money Flows; Learn to Sell; Plan Future Products; Conclusion; Projects; P1 Understanding Products; P2 From Needs to Concept; P3 Making a Product; P4 Your Own Product; Notes; N1 Experiment at Home; N2 Plan Your Project; N3 Present Your Results; N4 Interview Your Customer; Colloids; C1 Product Structure; C2 Interfaces; C3 Adsorption; C4 Rheology; Index.

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PLANT SCIENCE/HORTICULTURE Introduction to Plant Physiology 4th Edition WILLIAM G. HOPKINS, The University of Western Ontario, USA Introduction to Plant Physiology offers an excellent balance of traditional and modern topics, presented in a straightforward style, without overwhelming undergraduates with excessive detail. Its focus is on the ideas and experimental approaches in plant physiology.

9780470247662 • 528pp • 2008 Hbk • Price on request

Contents: Plant Cells and Water; Whole Plant Water Relations; Roots, Soils, and Nutrient Uptake; Plants and Inorganic Nutrients; Bioenergetics and ATP Synthesis; The Dual Role of Sunlight: Energy and Information; Energy Conservation in Photosynthesis: Harvesting Sunlight; Energy Conservation in Photosynthesis: Co2 Assimilation; Allocation, Translocation, and Partitioning Of Photoassimilates; Cellular Respiration: Unlocking the Energy Stored In Photoassimilates; Nitrogen Assimilation; Carbon and Nitrogen Assimilation and Plant Productivity; Responses of Plants to Environmental Stress; Acclimation to Environmental Stress; Adaptations to the Environment; Development: An Overview; Growth and Development of Cells; Hormones I: Auxins; Hormones II: Gibberellins; Hormones III: Cytokinins; Hormones IV: Abscisic Acid, Ethylene, and Brassinosteroids; Photomorphogenesis: Responding To Light; Tropisms and Nastic Movements: Orienting Plants in Space; Measuring Time: Controlling Development by Photoperiod and Endogenous Clocks; Flowering and Fruit Development; Temperature: Plant Development and Distribution; Secondary Metabolism; Appendix 1. Building Blocks: Lipids, Proteins, and Carbohydrates; Glossary/Index.

Physiology and Behaviour of Plants PETER SCOTT, University of Sussex, UK Physiology and Behaviour of Plants looks at plants and how they sense and respond to their environment. It takes the traditional plant physiology book into a new dimension by demonstrating how the biochemical observations underlie the behaviour of the plant. In many ways the book parallels courses studied at university on animal physiology and behaviour. The plant has to meet the same challenges as an animal to survive, but overcomes these challenges in very different ways. Students learn to think of plants not only as dynamic organisms, but aggressive, territorial, and capable of long-range communication. Features: • Presents physiology in a new and dynamic way and covers areas of plant biology frequently neglected by other textbooks. • Relates plant biochemistry to plant function. 9780470850251 • 318pp • 2008 Pbk • £32.50/€39.00

• Printed in four colour throughout including a wealth of illustrations and photographs that engages the reader’s attention and reinforces key concepts explored within the text. • Teaching resources available on accompanying website. Brief Contents: Introducing Plants; Photosynthesis the ultimate in autotrophy; Nonphotosynthetic metabolism; Roots and the uptake of water; Mineral nutrition of plants; Mycorrhizal Associations and Saprophytic Nutrition; Parasitic plants; Carnivorous Plants; Asexual and Sexual Reproduction; Plant growth; Plant Movement; Plants and stress; Plant senses and perceiving the world; Seed dispersal, dormancy and germination; Interactions with the Animal Kingdom; Plant defences; Plants and Medicines; Plant Tissue Culture and the Rise of Plant Biotechnology; Remarkable Plants.

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SPORTS SCIENCE

NEW!

Acquisition and Performance of Sport Skills

Applied Sport Psychology

Biological Principles and Practical Applications

TERRY McMORRIS, University of Chichester, UK

MARCO CARDINALE, ROBERT NEWTON and KAZUNORI NOSAKA

Acquisition and Performance of Sport Skills provides students with the theoretical and practical background that is necessary for an understanding of the basics of skill acquisition and the nature of sports performance. This understanding is founded on the student’s existing knowledge of sport and leads into the subject, using a student centred, problemsolving approach.

BRIAN HEMMINGS, Chartered Sport Psychology Consultant, UK, and TIM HOLDER, St. Mary’s University College, Twickenham, UK

Strength and Conditioning

“I recommend that you read and use the information in this book to provide your athletes with the best chances of performing at their best.” from the foreword by SIR CLIVE WOODWARD, Olympic Performance Director, British Olympic Association

This book provides the latest scientific and practical information in the field of strength and conditioning. The text is presented in four sections, the first of which covers the biological aspects of the subject, laying the foundation for a better understanding of the second on the biological responses to strength and conditioning programs. Section three deals with the most effective monitoring strategies for evaluating a training program and establishing guidelines for writing a successful strength and conditioning program. The final section examines the role of strength and conditioning as a rehabilitation tool and as applied to those with disabilities. This book is an invaluable textbook and reference both for academic programs and for the continuing education of sports professionals. Brief Contents: Foreword. Preface. Section 1: Strength and Conditioning Biology. Section 2: Physiological Adaptations to Strength and Conditioning. Section 3: Monitoring Strength and Conditioning Progress. Section 4: Practical Applications. Section 5: Strength and Conditioning Special Cases.

• Presents both cognitive and ecological approaches to the subject to give a balanced view. • Excellent pedagogy including problemsolving tasks, practical experiments and revision notes at the end of chapters. • Invaluable for students of sport and exercise science taking a first course in skill acquisition, motor learning and/or motor control. • Part of the Wiley SportTexts Series. Contents: Series; Preface; Skill, Ability and Performance; Perception; Decision Making; Reaction Time; Anticipation; Memory; Motor Control; Learning; Practice; Arousal and Performance; Conclusion; Appendix 1. Writing an Academic Paper; Appendix 2. Glossary of Terms Used by Ecological Psychologists; Appendix 3. Test Your Knowledge Answers; References; Index. 9780470849958 • 316pp • 2004 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

A Case-Based Approach

Taking a refreshingly different approach to the subject, this textbook uses a set of original case studies to illustrate the application of sport psychology in practice. It covers a variety of sports within an individual and a team setting. It addresses ‘real world’ issues and integrates different aspects of theory and practice for performance enhancement. Contents: Authors’ Biographies. Acknowledgements. Introduction. SECTION A Working with Individuals. Enhancing Self-Efficacy in Professional Tennis: Intensive Work for Life on the Tour. Managing Distractions in Test Cricket. Consultancy in the Ring: Psychological Support to a World Champion Professional Boxer. Creating Positive Performance Beliefs: The Case of a Tenpin Bowler. Enhancing Confidence in a Youth Golfer. SECTION B Working with Teams and Squads. Delivering Sport Psychology to Olympic Rowers: Beyond Psychological Skills Training. Delivering Educational Workshops for Age-Group Rugby League Players: Experiences of a Trainee Sport Psychologist. Team Goal Setting in Professional Football. SECTION C Working with Support Staff. Role Development and Delivery of Sport Psychology at the Paralympic Games. An Integrated Multidisciplinary Support Service for an Injured Rubgy Union Lock. Developing Coach Education Materials in Table Tennis – Applying a Cyclical Model of Performance. Index. 9780470725740 • 254pp • 2009 • Pbk £27.50/€33.00

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SHORT TITLE

ACHESON

Fundamentals of Molecular Virology

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HEMMINGS

Applied Sport Psychology

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ADAM

Essential Maths. & Statistics for Forensic Science

25

HOGG

Essential Microbiology

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ALLEN

Biophysical Chemistry

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HOPKINS

Introduction to Plant Physiology, 4e

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ALLEN

Laboratory Manual for Anatomy & Physiology, 4e

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JENKINS

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