Erscheinungsdatum: 29.06.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Banana: Genomics and Transgenic Approaches for Genetic Improvement, Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016, Redaktion: Mohandas, Sukhada // Ravishankar, Kundapura V., Verlag: Springer Singapore // Springer Malaysia Representative Office, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Biochemie // Botanik und Pflanzenwissenschaften // Biotechnologie, Rubrik: Botanik, Seiten: 360, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 682 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
What if you woke up one morning and your genes didn't fit? What if the nation was in love with a new supplement that caused dangerous changes at the molecular level, and no one knew it? This is the explosive time bomb that is thrown in the lap of Sam Doles, a wise cracking reporter in Los Angeles with a checkered past. In a final effort to save his job he's given an assignment to write a story about the new phenomenon, VitaChrome. While investigating the product he uncovers subtle mutations and behavior disorders that have him scrambling to his old college professor for help. While battling his own self doubt and insecurities, he follows his visceral instincts and uncovers a runaway genetic disaster occurring. The smoking gun leads him from the corporate world to the jungles of Malaysia to uncover the truth behind the source of this genetic scam. With his job, and eventually his life on the line, Sam tries to expose the catastrophe while a murderous CEO with government connections tries to silence him forever. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory Papst. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bimo/000037/bk_bimo_000037_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Taking into account similarities of appearance, customs and languages spread across a vast region of scattered islands, it was obvious that the Polynesian race emerged from a single origin, and that origin Cook speculated was somewhere in the Malay Peninsula or the “East Indies.” In this regard, he was not too far from the truth. The origins of the Polynesian race have been fiercely debated since then, and it was only relatively recently, through genetic and linguistic research, that it can now be stated with certainty that the Polynesian race originated on the Chinese mainland and the islands of Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. Oceania was, indeed, the last major region of the Earth to be penetrated and settled by people, and Polynesia was the last region of Oceania to be inhabited. The vehicle of this expansion was the outrigger canoe, and aided by tides and wind patterns, a migration along the Malay Archipelago, and across the wide expanses of the South Pacific, began sometime between 3000 and 1000 BCE, reaching the western Polynesian Islands in about 900 BCE. The name Polynesia derives from the ancient Greek meaning “many islands.” The word was first used to describe the entirety of the South Sea Islands by the 18th century French writer and traveler Charles de Brosses, but technically, Polynesia refers specifically to an area described by a vast triangle that stretches across the southern Pacific, with Hawaii, Easter Island and New Zealand serving as the points. Close to the center of this triangle lies Tahiti, with the west limit defined by Samoa and Tonga, with a slight irregularity in the western edge of the triangle that serves to exclude Fiji, the Solomon Islands, the New Hebrides, and a handful of Melanesian and Micronesian islands. The Melanesian demographic tends to differ quite dramatically from the Polynesian in both appearance and culture, the former tending to be of darker complexion, while the latter is more characteristic 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory T. Luzitano. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/172571/bk_acx0_172571_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Genetic screening is now integral to all aspects of human and biomedical science. Every final year undergraduate nursing student who represents the future first line health care provider in the 21st century is required to have an in-depth knowledge of the principles of human genetics and their application to a wide variety of clinical problems. A descriptive cross-sectional design with convenience sample of 34 final year undergraduate nursing students were recruited from the nursing program, School of Health Sciences of Universiti Sains Malaysia. The findings shows 65% had an adequate level of knowledge regarding PGS. The attitudes score indicates 62% of the respondents significantly more supportive of PGS. The results from simple linear regression analysis indicated that the attitudes score is significantly and linearly related with the knowledge score (R2=0.48, P0.05) with 95% confidence. Hence, increasing knowledge score portrayed more supportive attitudes towards PGS. The study suggest that although the attitudes score is significantly and linearly related with the knowledge score, the future first line health care providers need to be better educated about genetics.
This book is the outcome of three years of master research on edible bivalve and gastropod at Sarawak, Malaysia. There are many species of mollusc that being consumed by the local people in Sarawak as the daily protein source. Mollusc also contributes to the local economic value particularly for people that depending only from natural resource. This book provides information regarding mollusc species, morphology characters and genetic diversity. It is aimed as technical reference and baseline study for students, researchers, professionals and managers of the fisheries resource management.
International Conference on Bio-Inspired Computing: Theories and Applications (BIC-TA) is one of the flagship conferences on Bio-Computing, bringing together the world's leading scientists from different areas of Natural Computing. Since 2006, the conferences have taken place at Wuhan (2006), Zhengzhou (2007), Adelaide (2008), Beijing (2009), Liverpool & Changsha (2010), Malaysia (2011) and India (2012). Following the successes of previous events, the 8th conference is organized and hosted by Anhui University of Science and Technology in China. This conference aims to provide a high-level international forum that researchers with different backgrounds and who are working in the related areas can use to present their latest results and exchange ideas. Additionally, the growing trend in Emergent Systems has resulted in the inclusion of two other closely related fields in the BIC-TA 2013 event, namely Complex Systems and Computational Neuroscience.These proceedings are intended for researchers in the fields of Membrane Computing, Evolutionary Computing and Genetic Algorithms, DNA and Molecular Computing, Biological Computing, Swarm Intelligence, Autonomy-Oriented Computing, Cellular and Molecular Automata, Complex Systems, etc.Professor Zhixiang Yin is the Dean of the School of Science, Anhui University of Science & Technology, China. Professor Linqiang Pan is the head of the research group of Natural Computing at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China. Professor Xianwen Fang also works at the Anhui University of Science & Technology.
Bitter Gourd(Momordica charantia L.)belong to family Cucurbitaceae.It originated in India(Indo-Burma Centre of origin)It is cultivated in Malaysia,China,Tropical Africa,North and South America.It is monoecious and highly cross pollinated crop in which a large amount of Variation.The fruits are pickled, canned and dehydrated also.The fruits and seeds of bitter gourd posses cooling, appetitising, stomachic, antipyretic, carminative, antiheliminthic, aphrodisiac and vermifuge properties.They have tremendous application for antiviral therapy especially against HIV infection and act as acytostatic in certain cancers.The breeding objectives can be addressed to satisfy the growers and the consumers must be considered in terms of crop improvement and product improvement. The main criteria for crop improvement are yield, earliness, disease resistance, abiotic stress tolerance, uniformity in size and increase in fruiting period. A speedy crop and product improvement can be brought about bitter gourd by assessing the genetic variability.The morphological characterization and assessment of the variability parameters like coefficient of correlation, path coefficient and genetic divergen.