Behave

Author: Robert M. Sapolsky
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0735222789
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Why do we do the things we do? Over a decade in the making, this game-changing book is Robert Sapolsky's genre-shattering attempt to answer that question as fully as perhaps only he could, looking at it from every angle.

Author: Jared M. Diamond
Publisher:
ISBN: 9789747799149
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Publisher: สำนักพิมพ์มติชน
ISBN: 9740203493
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Systems Biology

Author: Olaf Wolkenhauer
Publisher: Portland Press, London
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control of metabolic steady-state fluxes should lie in the demand processes. In
contrast, the supply enzymes actually take on the role of maintaining
homoeostatically the intracellular steady-state concentrations of metabolites.
Experimental verifications of our theory have recently been published [9-15]; see
also the commentary in Nature by Oliver [16]. There may of course be supply-
demand systems where, from a functional point of view, supply is expected to
have control over the flux.

For The Love Of A Dog

Author: Patricia McConnell, Ph.D.
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 9780307420572
Size: 72.47 MB
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Those who consider their dogs part of the family will find For the Love of a Dog engaging, enlightening, and utterly engrossing. From the Hardcover edition.

Experiments And Projects In Biology

Author: Benjamin Charles Gruenberg
Publisher:
ISBN:
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To Accompany Gruenberg's "Biology and Human Life" Benjamin Charles
Gruenberg, Nathaniel E. Robinson. may all be considered a ... It is necessary in
every case to demonstrate, or at least to explain, that only B will behave like that
with A. In practice it is of course impossible to prove this in an absolute sense;
respect for the intellectual integrity of the pupil, however, requires that the basis
for our assurance be stated explicitly, and not merely assumed or ignored.
Demonstrations.

Basic Life Sciences And Human Society

Author: Heinrich Pfeiffer
Publisher:
ISBN:
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The answer in a certain sense is very simple: to paraphrase Charles Dickens '
Ours is at once the best of times and the worst of times' for biology. It is the best of
times, because never before has biology experienced such a bonanza as today.
... Thanks to the revolution brought about by our understanding of the nature of
the genetic material and our possibilities of isolating and expressing it in any
living organism, it is now laboratory practice to synthesize genes, to introduce
any ...

America The Possible

Author: Joseph Church
Publisher: Book Sales
ISBN: 9780025255807
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gradually been transformed into a debate about the relative contributions of
environment and genetics, of culture versus biology, of nurture versus nature. ...
All organisms live and behave in and toward and by virtue of an environment. ...
is fixed and largely immutable, that our intrinsically savage natures can be
restrained and channeled, but without altering the essential nature of the beast,
one sees efforts at deliberate social change as misguided, at best foolish and at
worst extremely ...

For The Love Of A Dog

Author: Patricia B. McConnell
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 0345477146
Size: 66.57 MB
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An animal behaviorist draws on case studies and the latest scientific research to discuss the truth about a dog's emotional life, its implications for the human-canine bond, and its impact on dog training.

The Biological Basis Of Human Behavior

Author: Robert W. Sussman
Publisher: Pearson College Division
ISBN: 9780137997350
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McGuire found that the highest-ranking monkeys in the male social hierarchy
have the highest serotonin levels. What's more, the lower-ranking males tend to
be more impulsively violent. Other studies have linked low serotonin to violence
in monkeys even more directly. At first glance, such findings might appear to be
what Peter Breggin, and many liberals, would consider their worst nightmare. If
this biochemical analogy between monkeys and human beings is indeed valid,
the lesson ...