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1 Chérie, passe-moi tes microbes ! - San-Antonio
Auteur : San-Antonio
Genre : Policier et suspense
Tu ne m'ôteras pas de l'idée que si nous n'avions pas aperçu M. Félix, menottes aux poignets, un après-midi, à la Porte Saint-Martin, rien de tout cela ne serait arrivé. Qu'en tout cas, ça se serait passé autrement. Et que nous a-t-il dit, M. Félix ? Ceci : "Oui, messieurs, je montre mon sexe dans les couloirs du Métropolitain, c'est vrai. Je ne suis pas particulièrement sadique, enfin pas davantage que n'importe qui ; mais si j'agis de la sorte, c'est pour créer de l'émotion. En exhibant ma b... je l'exprime ; j'accomplis bon gré mal gré un acte littéraire. "Complètement azimuté M. Félix ! Remarque, en réfléchissant bien : même s'il s'était pas fait poirer à montrer Coquette dans le métro, tout ça serait arrivé quand même.

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2 Jamais seul - Marc-André Selosse
Auteur : Marc-André Selosse
Genre : Nature
Cet ouvrage propose au lecteur d’accomplir un périple à travers le monde microbien, qui est aussi un cheminement dans l’histoire des sciences du xxe siècle.

17,99 €
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Contain
Multitudes
4 I Contain Multitudes - Ed Yong
Auteur : Ed Yong
Genre : Biologie
Joining the ranks of popular science classics like The Botany of Desire and The Selfish Gene, a groundbreaking, wondrously informative, and vastly entertaining examination of the most significant revolution in biology since Darwin—a “microbe’s-eye view” of the world that reveals a marvelous, radically reconceived picture of life on earth.

Every animal, whether human, squid, or wasp, is home to millions of bacteria and other microbes. Ed Yong, whose humor is as evident as his erudition, prompts us to look at ourselves and our animal companions in a new light—less as individuals and more as the interconnected, interdependent multitudes we assuredly are.

The microbes in our bodies are part of our immune systems and protect us from disease. In the deep oceans, mysterious creatures without mouths or guts depend on microbes for all their energy. Bacteria provide

9,99 €

Teaming
5 Teaming with Microbes - Jeff Lowenfels
Auteur : Jeff Lowenfels
Genre : Jardinage
“A breakthrough book. No comprehensive horticultural library should be without it.” —American Gardener

When we use chemical fertilizers, we injure the microbial life that sustains plants, and then become increasingly dependent on an arsenal of toxic substances. Teaming with Microbes offers an alternative to this vicious circle, and details how to garden in a way that strengthens, rather than destroys, the soil food web. You’ll discover that healthy soil is teeming with life—not just earthworms and insects, but a staggering multitude of bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms. This must-have guide is for everyone, from those devoted to organic gardening techniques to weekend gardeners who simply want to grow healthy plants without resorting to chemicals.

10,99 €

6 Microbes - Christine Burillo-Kirch
Auteur : Christine Burillo-Kirch
Genre : Sciences et nature
If our vision improved one million times, we would be able to see microbes in the air, on our skin, in the soil, in water, and on food! In Microbes: Discover an Unseen World, readers journey through microscopic worlds that collide with our own on a daily basis to encounter bacteria, viruses, fungi, protists, and archaea.

There are some microbes we can't live without, such as those that help us digest our food, while others can harm or even kill us, such as influenza and ebola. Microbes looks at some of the ways the body protects itself from diseases and infections through critical thinking exercises that explore the differences between harmful and beneficial microbes. Follow in the footsteps of the scientists who had both the genius and the imagination to research and discover microbes.

Hands-on experiments such as building a mini incubator, making b

13,99 €

7 Brain Maker - David Perlmutter
Auteur : David Perlmutter
Genre : Forme et santé
Debilitating brain disorders are on the rise - from children diagnosed with autism and ADHD to adults developing dementia at younger ages than ever before. But a medical revolution is underway that can solve this problem. Astonishing new research sheds light on the influence of the human microbiome in every aspect of health, including your nervous system. In BRAIN MAKER, Dr Perlmutter explains the connection between intestinal microbes and the brain, describing how the microbiome develops from birth and evolves based on the environment, how it can become 'sick', and how nurturing gut health through a few easy strategies can alter your brain's destiny for the better.

With simple dietary recommendations and a highly practical program of six steps to improving gut ecology, BRAIN MAKER opens the door to unprecedented brain health potential.

10,99 €

Sourdough
8 The Sourdough School - Vanessa Kimbell
Auteur : Vanessa Kimbell
Genre : Plats
'Master the art of sourdough with Vanessa and you will learn how to look after your own gut microbes and health.' - Tim Spector, author of The Diet Myth

At her renowned Sourdough School, Vanessa has taught countless students the secrets of this healthy, more easily digestible bread, and now she has compiled her teachings for the home baker. From creating your own starter from scratch, you'll then move on to basic breadmaking techniques, before progressing to using sprouted grains and experimenting with flavours to produce Fig and Earl Grey and Cherry Plum loaves. With step-by-step photography, detailed instructions, specialist advice and Vanessa's indispensable encouragement, The Sourdough School celebrates the timeless craft of artisan baking.

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9 The Grain Brain Whole Life Plan - David Perlmutter
Auteur : David Perlmutter
Genre : Chimie
This is the definitive instruction book for the care and feeding of your brain! - Dr Mark Hyman, author The Blood Sugar Solution

The official lifestyle companion guide to Dr. David Perlmutter's revolutionary approach to vibrant health, as described in his international bestsellers Grain Brain, The Grain Brain Cookbook, and Brain Maker.

With over one million copies sold worldwide, Dr. Perlmutter's books have changed the lives of people across the globe, revealing the devastating truth about the effects of gluten on the brain and teaching us how to reprogram our genetic destiny.

Now, Dr. Perlmutter has written the definitive, highly practical lifestyle guide offering readers a step-by-step plan to lower the risk of brain ailments while yielding other benefits, such as weight loss,

8,49 €

History
Ourselves
10 The Deep History of Ourselves - Joseph LeDoux
Auteur : Joseph LeDoux
Genre : Science de la vie
Longlisted for the PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award

A leading neuroscientist offers a history of the evolution of the brain from unicellular organisms to the complexity of animals and human beings today


Renowned neuroscientist Joseph LeDoux digs into the natural history of life on earth to provide a new perspective on the similarities between us and our ancestors in deep time. This page-turning survey of the whole of terrestrial evolution sheds new light on how nervous systems evolved in animals, how the brain developed, and what it means to be human.

In The Deep History of Ourselves, LeDoux argues that the key to understanding human behavior lies in viewing evolution through the prism of the first living organisms. By tracking the chain of the evolutionary timeline he shows how even the earliest single-cell organisms had to s

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Symphony
11 Symphony in C - Robert Hazen
Auteur : Robert Hazen
Genre : Science de la vie
An enchanting biography of the most resonant – and most necessary – chemical element on Earth.

Carbon. It is the building block of every cell that makes up every living thing. It is the essential component of the food we eat, the fuel we burn, the wood we use and the air we breathe. It is worth billions as a luxury and half a trillion as a necessity, but there are still mysteries to be solved about the element that can be both diamond and coal. Where does it come from, what does it do, and why, above all, does life need it?

In Symphony in C, leading carbon scientist Robert M. Hazen takes us on a vibrant journey through the origin and evolution of life’s most widespread element. The story unfolds in four movements – Earth, Air, Fire and Water – and transports us through nearly 14 billion years of cosmic history, explaining how carbon is formed in the hearts

16,99 €

12 The Microbes Fight Back - Laura Bowater
Auteur : Laura Bowater
Genre : Médecine
Antibiotics are familiar drugs to us all, so familiar that we may take them for granted. They allow us to survive life-threatening infections, and allow us to protect the animals we farm for food. Many antibiotics have now become ineffective against common diseases, and there are few alternative treatments to replace them. In this topical popular science book, Laura Bowater, Professor of Microbiology Education and Engagement at Norwich Medical School, considers the past, present and uncertain future of antibiotics.

This book begins by looking back at how infectious diseases, such as smallpox and the plague, were able to wreak havoc on populations before the discovery of the first antibiotics. These then revolutionised the medical world. In an engaging and accessible style, Professor Bowater takes the reader through how antibiotics are made, how bacteria are able to mutate and

26,99 €

13 Microbes at Work - Heribert Insam, Ingrid Franke-Whittle & Marta Goberna
Auteur : Heribert Insam, Ingrid Franke-Whittle & Marta Goberna
Genre : Science de la vie
Among the goals of environmentally sound waste treatment is the recycling of organic wastes. The most practiced options are composting and anaerobic digestion, both processes being carried out by microorganisms. This book provides an overview of the various ways microbes are doing their job and gives the reader an impression of their potential.

The sixteen chapters of this book summarize the advantages and disadvantages of treatment processes, whether they are aerobic like composting or work without oxygen like anaerobic digestion for biogas (methane) production. These chapters show the potential of microorganisms to create valuable resources from otherwise wasted materials. These resources include profitable organic, humus-like soil conditioners or fertilizer components which are often suppressive to plant diseases. Composts may thus improve soil carbon sequestration, or sup

194,99 €

Improvement
14 Microbes for Legume Improvement - Almas Zaidi, Mohammad Saghir Khan & Javed Musarrat
Auteur : Almas Zaidi, Mohammad Saghir Khan & Javed Musarrat
Genre : Biologie
This book presents in-depth insights into strategies involving plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR), including symbiotic/asymbiotic nitrogen fixers and associative/endophyte bacteria, phosphate-solubilizing microbes, as well as arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and their active biomolecules in legume production. It also examines the latest research findings on the taxonomic status of rhizobia and signal molecules affecting rhizobia-legume symbiosis to improve readers’ understanding of the cultivation of legumes in conventional and derelict soil. 
The agronomically important microflora broadly discussed have offered solutions to some of the problems associated with expensive fertilizers used in many production systems. This second edition provides an overview of metal toxicity to legumes and presents strategies for the abatement of metal toxicity to

139,99 €

Evolution
15 C'est grave, Dr Darwin ?. L'évolution, les microbes et nous - Samuel Alizon
Auteur : Samuel Alizon
Genre : Sciences sociales
Comment de nouvelles maladies infectieuses apparaissent-elles et évoluent-elles ? Pourquoi certains antibiotiques cessent-ils d'être efficaces ? Les changements des modes de vie et les politiques de santé publique affectent-ils l'évolution des agents pathogènes ? Et dans quelle mesure l'espèce humaine est-elle façonnée par ses maladies ?
La médecine évolutionniste permet d'éclairer ces questions. De fait, les micro-organismes offrent l'un des exemples les plus remarquables d'évolution rapide. Le virus du sida, survenu voici environ un siècle, a connu cinq fois plus de générations que l'homme moderne depuis son apparition il y a cent mille ans. La lutte est donc déséquilibrée, d'autant que nous sommes des milliards mais que les microbes sont des milliards de milliards.
Les années 1980 ont sonné le glas de l'optimisme sanitaire avec la pandémie de sida et l

14,99 €

Pharmaceuticals
16 Pharmaceuticals from Microbes - Divya Arora, Chetan Sharma, Sundeep Jaglan & Eric Lichtfouse
Auteur : Divya Arora, Chetan Sharma, Sundeep Jaglan & Eric Lichtfouse
Genre : Environnement
This book deals with the noteworthy advancement in the production of bioactive metabolites from microbes and their pharmacological significance. It highlights the pharmacological potential of marine microbes and endophytic fungi and their bioactive secondary metabolites. Emphasis is also given on the significance of probiotics and their specialized molecules in human health and disease as well as their role in dietary intervention for reducing the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. This work also serves as excellent reference material for researchers, students and academicians in the field of natural product chemistry, pharmacology and applied microbiology.

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Pharmaceuticals
17 Pharmaceuticals from Microbes - Divya Arora, Chetan Sharma, Sundeep Jaglan & Eric Lichtfouse
Auteur : Divya Arora, Chetan Sharma, Sundeep Jaglan & Eric Lichtfouse
Genre : Environnement
This book has been assembled with the hope of being an authoritative, comprehensive, conceptually sound and highly informative compilation of recent advances describing the concepts of bioengineering in the field of microbiology. It comprises of seven chapters written by eminent authors in their respective fields. Topics included deal with the significant advancement of microbial technology with emphasis on drug delivery strategies for healthcare products, vaccine delivery, biotransformation approaches to generate new molecules, upstream/downstream processing of biopharmaceuticals. It serves as excellent reference material for researchers, students and academicians in the fields of biotechnology, microbiology and pharmaceutical sciences.

94,99 €

Diarrhoeal
Diseases
18 Diarrhoeal Diseases Caused by Microbes - Sics Editore
Auteur : Sics Editore
Genre : Médecine
The most important treatment in all cases of diarrhoea is to ensure adequate hydration. Treatment with antimicrobials should only be considered after the causative organism has been isolated. Treatment is determined according to the confirmed causative organism and the patient's clinical picture. Notifiable diarrhoeal diseases include typhoid fever caused by Salmonella typhi, paratyphoid fever caused by Salmonella paratyphi A, B or C, Shigella dysentery, EHEC infection and cholera. Local government officials must be informed of all cases following country specific protocols. See also the articles Traveller's diarrhoea and Investigating acute diarrhoea .

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19 Microbes, Music and Me - John Postgate
Auteur : John Postgate
Genre : Biographies et mémoires
John Postgate describes this autobiography as essentially ‘a book about doing science’, and while it is an entertaining account of his life in the UK and abroad as he rose to international prominence in microbiology, it is also a book about playing and listening to his beloved jazz. Away from lab and lecture hall, Professor Postgate (brother of the late Oliver Postgate, creator of Bagpuss and the Clangers) has taken enormous pleasure in his hobby, playing cornet over the years with many musicians, some of whom became prominent names in jazz. His articles and reviews for magazines such as Gramophone and Jazz Journal have been as widely appreciated in jazz circles as his contributions to the understanding of certain key microbiological processes, including the sulphur cycle and nitrogen fixation, have been in the world of microbiology.

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Control
Eradication
Invasive
Arthropods
20 Use of Microbes for Control and Eradication of Invasive Arthropods - Ann Hajek, Travis Glare & Maureen O’Callaghan
Auteur : Ann Hajek, Travis Glare & Maureen O’Callaghan
Genre : Science de la vie
This book offers a diverse presentation about use of arthropod-specific pathogens for control and eradication of invasive arthropod species. Basic concepts supporting use of pathogens for microbial control are covered as well as societal and environmental concerns. The major functional issues faced when utilizing pathogens for control of invasive arthropods are discussed in the context of case studies. The majority of the book is composed of chapters describing different invasive species that have been targeted with entomopathogens for control, using diverse strategies, in many cases with excellent results. These examples cover urban, agricultural and forestry situations, providing an overview of the issues that use of insect pathogens can present.

194,99 €

21 Le Monde des microbes - John Herrick
Auteur : John Herrick
Genre : Science et nature
Comment pouvons-nous détruire les mauvais microbes et utiliser les bons ?

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Dietary
Phytochemicals
22 Dietary Phytochemicals and Microbes - Amlan K. Patra
Auteur : Amlan K. Patra
Genre : Médecine
Humans have utilized the bioactive principles of different plants for various beneficial physiological properties, including antimicrobial properties, for many centuries. However, with the availability of effective, synthetic antimicrobial drugs, interest in using medicinal plants declined during the 20th century. In recent years, the development of microbial resistance to various drugs has focused research on the use of phytochemicals as alternatives to synthetic drugs.

This book presents comprehensive reviews on the antimicrobial and antiviral properties of numerous recently reported phytochemicals, and their mechanisms of antimicrobial actions. Several chapters critically discuss the beneficial as well as adverse effects of antibacterial, and stimulatory activities of dietary phytochemicals on rumen and gut microbial populations of humans and animals. Microbial adaptation

129,99 €

Company
23 In the Company of Microbes - Moselio Schaechter & Judith Schaechter
Auteur : Moselio Schaechter & Judith Schaechter
Genre : Biologie
A look at the amazing, groovy world of microbes

With more than 1,000 posts and 2 million views, the esteemed blog Small Things Considered has been sparking the imagination of microbiologists for an entire decade. Throughout the years, Elio Schaechter and his team of dedicated bloggers have shared exciting, unexpected, and unusual stories from the microbial world.

In the Company of Microbes is a carefully selected treasure chest of wise, amusing, and even profound statements about the ubiquity and relevance of the microbial world. Schaechter, past ASM Presidents, and distinguished microbiologists from around the globe reflect on personal, sometimes historic interactions with microbes and unexpected discoveries, each essay conveying the excitement and sense of surprise that microbiology holds for them. This is the reason that Small Things Considered is a

15,99 €

Synthetic
Biology
24 Of Microbes and Men (Synthetic Biology) (Essay) - The Hastings Center Report
Auteur : The Hastings Center Report
Genre : Science de la vie
It is a cliche in commentary on synthetic biology that there is no universal agreement on what synthetic biology is. Some see it as an incremental extension of earlier genetic technologies for modifying organisms. Others see it as the beginning of real genetic engineering, on the grounds that what has passed for "genetic engineering" up until now has been too haphazard to merit the term. The very grandest definitions of the field, on the other hand, do not limit it to any particular technology; they describe the field simply as a matter of designing and constructing biological systems for useful purposes. (1) Given the disagreement about what synthetic biology is, we might expect a similar range of views about whether it should be done. Some of the earlier, simpler technologies for genetic engineering struck some critics as deeply troubling, on grounds that they represented an intrins

2,99 €

Agriculturally
Important
Sustainable
Agriculture
25 Agriculturally Important Microbes for Sustainable Agriculture - Vijay Singh Meena, Pankaj Kumar Mishra, Jaideep Kumar Bisht & Arunava Pattanayak
Auteur : Vijay Singh Meena, Pankaj Kumar Mishra, Jaideep Kumar Bisht & Arunava Pattanayak
Genre : Agriculture
This book is a compilation of case studies from different countries and covers contemporary with future prospective for sustainable development of agriculture. The book highlights the real-world as well as future generation situations facing the challenges for the twenty first century will be production of sufficient food and highlights the strengths, weaknesses and opportunities, to meet the needs of fast growing population it is imperative to increase agricultural productivity in an environmentally sustainable manner. Due to imbalanced use of chemical fertilizers and agrochemicals has a considerable negative impact on economy and environmental sustainability of nation, for the sustainable alternative means to solve these problems, the efficient utilization of biological agents have been extensively studied. Naturally existing plant-microbe-environment interactions are utilized in many

139,99 €

Brainless
26 Microbes and the Master: How God Uses the Brainless to Expose Human Folly - Mike L Anderson
Auteur : Mike L Anderson
Genre : Religion et spiritualité
If "two are better than one," then many brains will be better than none, right? It is going to seem bizarre and this is not going to go down well with the intellectually proud, but scientists are discovering that microbes without brains can make decisions that are wiser than those made by humans. If finding wisdom in extremely stupid creatures seems odd, bear in mind that locusts do not have much of a brain and yet the Bible mentions them as illustrations of extreme wisdom. Perhaps wisdom is quite different to intelligence as evolutionary psychologists are saying. Used wisely, intelligence is a great blessing from God, but used foolishly, as we will see, it is a terrible curse. These microbes are simple creatures without a brain and with big problems. Their environment is replete with risks. Yet they are able to thrive by assessing and responding appropriately and proportionately. How mi

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Singapore
Researchers
Discuss
Prevent
27 Singapore, UK Researchers Discuss New Ways to Fight Microbes, Prevent Vision Loss - JCN Newswires
Auteur : JCN Newswires
Genre : Entreprise et management
Singapore, Mar 16, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - Prof Sir David Lane, Chairman of A*STAR's Biomedical Research Council and Chief Scientist of Cancer Research UK, well known as the co-discoverer of the tumour suppressor gene, p53, will deliver the keynote address at the symposium organised jointly by A*STAR's Bioinformatics Institute, the Singapore Eye Research Institute and the British High Commission at Biopolis today. His address will highlight a novel method of producing antibodies against the Dengue virus. Joining him are 18 researchers from leading institutes across Singapore and the UK, who will present their latest findings on ways to combat the tiny yet dangerous agents of debilitating diseases such as SARS, Hepatitis B and tuberculosis. Dr Chan Tat Keong, Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC), is one of the speakers. He will speak about how S

2,99 €

Digestable
Account
Symbiont
Interactions
28 Microbes in the Gut: A Digestable Account of Host-Symbiont Interactions. - Indian Journal of Medical Research
Auteur : Indian Journal of Medical Research
Genre : Science de la vie
The human bowel is host to a diverse group of bacteria with over 500 different bacterial species contributing to this diversity. Until recently these bacteria were regarded as residents without any specific functions. The last two decades have seen a radical change in our understanding of the interactions between the gut flora and their eukaryotic hosts and there is a growing appreciation of the spectrum of functions performed by these symbionts. Intestinal bacteria are recognized for their role in nutrient absorption, mucosal barrier function, angiogenesis, morphogenesis and postnatal maturation of intestinal cell lineages, intestinal motility and more importantly maturation of gut associated lymphoid tissue (GALT). Although gut flora are implicated in certain pathological disorders, their remarkable contributions to health and homeostasis of the host need to be recognized and understoo

2,99 €

29 Of Mice, Men, and Microbes - David R. Harper & Andrea S. Meyer
Auteur : David R. Harper & Andrea S. Meyer
Genre : Science de la vie
In May 1993, a cluster of cases of a lethal disease among healthy young people brought the attention of the world to the southwestern deserts. A previously unknown disease was killing up to 80% of the people it infected.The reaction in the area and across the nation mixed fear, lack of information, and the struggles of doctors to save the victims of an unknown killer with hard science and the age old rhythmns of the desert. What came out was the story of a virus that had been killing since man arrived in the American continents, Hantavirus, with deadly relatives across the Americas and across the world. This book explains why and how the virus kills, and why it is still killing today. Why all of the science aimed at a virus identified back in 1993 has not brought a vaccine or a cure is part of the story, as is how that killer virus fits into the story of "new" diseases across the world.T

52,99 €

30 Microbes de l'enfer. Le roi qui voulut être saint - Patrick Forterre
Auteur : Patrick Forterre
Genre : Sciences sociales
Des êtres vivants capables de vivre à des températures dépassant 100 °C ? Oui, de telles créatures infernales existent, et il s'agit de microbes très particuliers. C'est à la rencontre de ces microbes de l'enfer que Patrick Forterre nous convie : comment les a-t-on découverts, quelles astuces ces organismes ont-ils trouvées pour parvenir à prospérer à des températures aussi élevées, quelles préciseuses informations nous livrent-ils concernant l'origine de la vie sur Terre ?

16,99 €

31 Human Microbes - The Power Within - Vasu D. Appanna
Auteur : Vasu D. Appanna
Genre : Médecine
This book offers a unique perspective on the invisible organ, a body part that has been visualized only recently. It guides the readers into the world of the microbial constituents that make humans the way they are. The vitamins they produce, the smell they generate, the signals they create, and the molecular guards they elaborate are some of the benefits they bestow on humans.

After introducing the notion as to why microbes are an integral component in the development of humans, the book examines the genesis of the microbiome and describes how the resident bacteria work in partnership with the skin, digestive tract, sexual organs, mouth and lungs to execute vital physiological functions. It then discusses the diseases that are triggered by the disruption of the harmonious relationships amongst these diverse systems and provides microbial cures to ailments such as obesity and

129,99 €

Infectious
Diseases
32 The Role of Microbes in Common Non-Infectious Diseases - I.W. Fong
Auteur : I.W. Fong
Genre : Médecine
This new volume in the series Emerging Infectious Diseases of the 21st Century is a novel book on the role of microbes in the pathogenesis of common and disabling non-infectious diseases. New insights have emerged over the past several years suggesting that our commensal microflora of the gut is extremely important in regulating physiological and immune functions of the body. Covered are the perturbations of the normal composition of our endogenous microbiota, influenced by diet and genetic predispositions, as well as the mechanisms to produce common disorders such as obesity, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, colon cancer, and atherosclerotic vascular diseases. Also explored is the evidence suggesting that predisposition to increasingly common afflictions such as asthma and multiple sclerosis is influenced, in combination with our genetic composition, by early life exposure to environ

97,99 €

33 Les Microbes - Roger des Fourniels
Auteur : Roger des Fourniels
Genre : Romans et littérature
Il y avait, pendant l’automne de 1885, de grandes fêtes au château de Crouy.

Etait-ce bien un château, que cette vieille demeure ?

Oui, et non.

Non, si l’on ne considérait que la bâtisse.

Oui, si l’on se bornait à juger la maison par le grand train qui s’y menait.

Crouy avait été remis presque à neuf par son riche propriétaire, M. Eusèbe Bureau.

On avait fait un jardin anglais et planté de grands arbres, la grille avait été repeinte, les écuries et les communs avait été reconstruits.

Fruit d’une sélection réalisée au sein des fonds de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, Collection XIX a pour ambition de faire découvrir des textes classiques et moins classiques dans les meilleures éditions du XIXe siècle.

3,49 €

Thermophilic
Environmental
Industrial
Biotechnology
34 Thermophilic Microbes in Environmental and Industrial Biotechnology - Tulasi Satyanarayana, Jennifer Littlechild & Yutaka Kawarabayasi
Auteur : Tulasi Satyanarayana, Jennifer Littlechild & Yutaka Kawarabayasi
Genre : Médecine
The existence of life at high temperatures is quiet fascinating. At elevated temperatures, only microorganisms are capable of growth and survival. Many thermophilic microbial genera have been isolated from man-made (washing machines, factory effluents, waste streams and acid mine effluents) and natural (volcanic areas, geothermal areas, terrestrial hot springs, submarine hydrothermal vents, geothermally heated oil reserves and oil wells, sun-heated litter and soils/sediments) thermal habitats throughout the world. Both culture-dependent and culture-independent approaches have been employed for understanding the diversity of microbes in hot environments. Interest in their diversity, ecology, and physiology has increased enormously during the past few decades as indicated by the deliberations in international conferences on extremophiles and thermophiles held every alternate year an

174,99 €

Alleviation
Stresses
35 Use of Microbes for the Alleviation of Soil Stresses, Volume 1 - Mohammad Miransari
Auteur : Mohammad Miransari
Genre : Biologie
Use of Microbes for the Alleviation of Soil Stresses, Volume 1 describes the most important details and advances related to the alleviation of soil stresses by soil microbes. Comprised of seven chapters, the book reviews the mechanisms by which plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) alleviate plant growth under stress; the role of mycorrhizal fungi on the alleviation of drought stress in host plants; how PGPR may alleviate salinity stress on the growth of host plants; and the role of PGPR on the growth of the host plant under the stress of sub optimal root zone temperature.  

Written by experts in their respective fields, Use of Microbes for the Alleviation of Soil Stresses, Volume 1 is a comprehensive and valuable resource for researchers and students interested in the field of microbiology and soil stresses.

94,99 €

36 Plant, Soil and Microbes - Khalid Rehman Hakeem & Mohd Sayeed Akhtar
Auteur : Khalid Rehman Hakeem & Mohd Sayeed Akhtar
Genre : Science de la vie
The interactions between the plant, soil, and microbes are very complex in nature and may be antagonistic, mutualistic, or synergistic, depending upon the types of microorganisms and their association with the plant and soil. The multi-trophictactics are involved in these types of interactions to nourish the plants in various habitats and conditions. Understanding the mechanisms of these interactions is highly desired to utilize the knowledge in such an eco-friendly and sustainable way, which may not only resolve the upcoming food security issues but also make the environment green by reducing the chemical inputs. Plant, Soil and Microbes: Mechanisms and Molecular Interactions, along with the recently published Plant, Soil and Microbes: Implications in Crop Science, provide detailed accounts of the exquisite and delicate balance between the three critical components of agronomy. Specific

184,99 €

Rhizospheric
37 Role of Rhizospheric Microbes in Soil - Vijay Singh Meena
Auteur : Vijay Singh Meena
Genre : Agriculture
In any ecosystem, plant and microbe interaction is inevitable. They not only co-exist but also support each other’s survival and provide sustenance in stressful environments. Agro-ecosystems in many regions around the globe are affected by high temperatures, soil salinity/alkalinity, low pH and metal toxicity. High salinity and severe draught are other major constraints affecting agricultural practices and also plants in the wild.

A major limiting factor affecting global agricultural productivity is environmental stresses. Apart from decreasing yield, they also have a devastating impact on plant growth. Plants battle with various kind of stresses with the help of symbiotic associations with the rhizospheric microbes. Naturally occuring plant-microbe interactions facilitate the survival of plants under these stressful conditions.

The rhizosphere consists of severa

164,99 €

38 Microbes from Hell - Patrick Forterre & Teresa Lavender Fagan
Auteur : Patrick Forterre & Teresa Lavender Fagan
Genre : Science et nature
At the close of the 1970s, the two-domain classification scheme long used by most biologists—prokaryotes versus eukaryotes—was upended by the discovery of an entirely new group of organisms: archaea. Initially thought to be bacteria, these single-celled microbes—many of which were first found in seemingly unlivable habitats like the volcanic hot springs of Yellowstone National Park—were in fact so different at molecular and genetic levels as to constitute a separate, third domain beside bacteria and eukaryotes. Their discovery sparked a conceptual revolution in our understanding of the evolution of life, and Patrick Forterre was—and still is—at the vanguard of this revolution.

In Microbes from Hell, one of the world’s leading experts on archaea and hyperthermophiles, or organisms that have evolved to flourish in extreme temperatures, offers a colorful, eng

42,99 €

Surfaces
Muqueuses
39 Des microbes et des hommes. Guerre et paix aux surfaces muqueuses - Philippe Sansonetti
Auteur : Philippe Sansonetti
Genre : Médecine
Notre corps héberge dix fois plus de bactéries qu’il ne contient de cellules. Leur activité est indispensable à notre organisme. Il existe ainsi entre l’homme et les microbes une véritable symbiose dont les mécanismes complexes ne peuvent être décryptés qu’avec les moyens de la génétique moléculaire. Mais ces bactéries provoquent aussi des maladies infectieuses et parasitaires : elles tuent environ quinze millions de personnes chaque année dans le monde. Pour mettre au point des traitements et des vaccins efficaces, il faut comprendre comment elles déjouent les défenses de notre organisme, il faut déchiffrer les règles de la guerre et de la paix entre les microbes et nous.

4,99 €

40 THE MICROBES OF MARS - Barry E. DiGregorio
Auteur : Barry E. DiGregorio
Genre : Astronomie
Dr. Gilbert V. Levin and Dr. Patricia Ann Straat were among the first astrobiologists NASA selected to be a part of the first and only search for life on Mars. They continue to claim that their highly sensitive microbial detection instrument called the Labeled Release experiment onboard the twin NASA Viking Landers found it in 1976. Yet the NASA Mars Exploration decision continues to ignore this evidence. "The Microbes of Mars" tries to answer this question through the words of Gilbert V. Levin and Patricia Ann Straat along with astrobiologists Joseph Miller and Chandra Wickramasinghe.

4,99 €

Evolution
Virulence
Eukaryotic
41 Evolution of Virulence in Eukaryotic Microbes - L. David Sibley, Barbara J. Howlett & Joseph Heitman
Auteur : L. David Sibley, Barbara J. Howlett & Joseph Heitman
Genre : Science de la vie
A unique and timely review of the emergence of eukaryotic virulence in fungi, oomycetes, and protozoa, as they affect both animals and plants

Evolution of Virulence in Eukaryotic Microbes addresses new developments in defining the molecular basis of virulence in eukaryotic pathogens. By examining how pathogenic determinants have evolved in concert with their hosts, often overcoming innate and adaptive immune mechanisms, the book takes a fresh look at the selective processes that have shaped their evolution.

Introductory chapters ground the reader in principal evolutionary themes such as phylogenetics and genetic exchange, building a basis of knowledge for later chapters covering advances in genetic tools, how pathogens exchange genetic material in nature, and the common themes of evolutionary adaptation that lead to disease in different hosts.

134,99 €

Resistance
Phenomenon
Infectious
Disease
Vectors
42 The Resistance Phenomenon in Microbes and Infectious Disease Vectors - Stacey L. Knobler
Auteur : Stacey L. Knobler
Genre : Médecine
The resistance topic is timely given current events. The emergence of mysterious new diseases, such as SARS, and the looming threat of bioterrorist attacks remind us of how vulnerable we can be to infectious agents. With advances in medical technologies, we have tamed many former microbial foes, yet with few new antimicrobial agents and vaccines in the pipeline, and rapidly increasing drug resistance among infectious microbes, we teeter on the brink of loosing the upperhand in our ongoing struggle against these foes, old and new. The Resistance Phenomenon in Microbes and Infectious Disease Vectors examines our understanding of the relationships among microbes, disease vectors, and human hosts, and explores possible new strategies for meeting the challenge of resistance.

28,99 €

Enzymes
Bioremediation
43 Microbes and Enzymes in Soil Health and Bioremediation - Ashok Kumar & Swati Sharma
Auteur : Ashok Kumar & Swati Sharma
Genre : Agriculture
Microbial enzymes play a vital role in maintaining soil health and removing pollutants from contaminated land. Soil microflora is closely associated with maintaining soil fertility, and the use of chemical pesticides, fertilizers and other volatile sprays in agriculture threatens the health ofthe microbial population in the soil. Every single particle of healthy soil contains millions of bacteria, which interact with the nutrients available, sustaining the nutrient cycle and making this microflora an essential component of life on earth. How do microbes help in the nutrient cycle? Either by intracellular digestion of macromolecules and converting these into smaller units in their metabolic pathways, or by secreting enzymes into the extracellular environment to facilitate the conversion of complex macromolecules into micro-molecules that can be easily absorbed by other living

129,99 €

Transformed
Lactobacillus
Phytase
Production
Performance
Nutrient
Digestibility
Biochemical
Indexes
44 Effect of the Transformed Lactobacillus with Phytase Gene on Pig Production Performance, Nutrient Digestibility, Gut Microbes and Serum Biochemical Indexes (Report) - Asian - Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
Auteur : Asian - Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
Genre : Secteurs et professions
INTRODUCTION Phytic acid exists in the diets of pigs and serves as a P reservoir. It is such a powerful chelating agent that the solubility and digestibility of many nutrients are reduced by the formation of phytate complexes (Selle, 1997). Phytase can catalyze the hydrolysis of phytate and release organic P and phytate-bound nutrients (Wodzinski, 1996; Murry et al., 1997). Because there is little phytase activity in the digestive tracts of the non-ruminant animals (Bitar and Reinhold, 1972), these animals can't use nutrients effectively, specially the phytate-bound P (Sweeten, 1992), resulting in a significant loss of P to the environment. The addition of phytase in animal diet can reduce P excretion by 30-50% for decreasing P pollution as well as reduce the supplementation of inorganic P in animal diets (Selle, 1997).

2,99 €

Missing
45 Missing Microbes - Martin J. Blaser, MD
Auteur : Martin J. Blaser, MD
Genre : Science de la vie
A critically important and startling look at the harmful effects of overusing antibiotics, from the field's leading expert
Tracing one scientist's journey toward understanding the crucial importance of the microbiome, this revolutionary book will take readers to the forefront of trail-blazing research while revealing the damage that overuse of antibiotics is doing to our health: contributing to the rise of obesity, asthma, diabetes, and certain forms of cancer. In Missing Microbes, Dr. Martin Blaser invites us into the wilds of the human microbiome where for hundreds of thousands of years bacterial and human cells have existed in a peaceful symbiosis that is responsible for the health and equilibrium of our body. Now, this invisible eden is being irrevocably damaged by some of our most revered medical advances—antibiotics—threatening the extinction of our irreplac

9,99 €

Stromatolites
Interaction
Sediments
46 STROMATOLITES: Interaction of Microbes with Sediments - Vinod Tewari & Joseph Seckbach
Auteur : Vinod Tewari & Joseph Seckbach
Genre : Science de la vie
This book provides an overview and latest information about the formation of Stromatolites as a result of interaction of microbes with sediments. Eighty-three expert scientists from twenty-seven countries present the chapters in this volume which have been reviewed by thirty four referees. The volume deals with ancient to modern examples of stromatolites and microorganisms which are observed in various diverse environments, such as: marine, nonmarine, lacustrine and extreme geographical areas covering almost the whole earth. The reviews are original articles written by leading experienced experts, some chapters deal with latest instrumental techniques used for the study of microbes and Stromatolites. Other chapters have been contributed by young researchers who revealed updated data on Stromatolites. The astrobiological implications of early microbiota, sulfur isotopic ratios, microbiali

194,99 €

Microbiology
Biochemistry
Structure
Function
Metabolism
47 Study Guide for Microbiology: Biochemistry, Cell Structure and Function, and Metabolism of Microbes - Dr. Evelyn J. Biluk
Auteur : Dr. Evelyn J. Biluk
Genre : Médecine
This is a large collection (32 pages) of multiple choice questions on biochemistry, cell structure and function, and the metabolism of microbes. Topics include an overview of biochemistry, organic chemistry, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, proteins, DNA replication, gene expression, protein synthesis, cell structure and function (bacteria, Archaea, eukaryotes), metabolism, enzymes, glycolysis, Krebs cycle, electron transport system (ETS), and fermentation. These questions are suitable for students enrolled in Microbiology, Introduction to Microbiology or Basic Microbiology.

9,49 €

48 Where Wild Microbes Grow - Kevin Kurtz
Auteur : Kevin Kurtz
Genre : Sciences et nature
Where Wild Microbes Grow is a children’s picture eBook about the search for life under the seafloor. Kids explore how scientists are discovering amazing creatures that may help us find life on other planets. Written in rhyming verse by Kevin Kurtz and illustrated by Alice Feagan, this eBook also includes interactive videos, photos and other media about the astonishing world of seafloor microbes.

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Microbiology
Practice
Questions
Metabolism
49 Microbiology Practice Questions: Metabolism of Microbes - Dr. Evelyn J. Biluk
Auteur : Dr. Evelyn J. Biluk
Genre : Médecine
This is a collection of multiple choice questions on the metabolism of microbes. Topics covered include metabolism, enzymes, glycolysis, Krebs cycle, electron transport system (ETS), and fermentation. These questions are suitable for students enrolled in Microbiology, Introduction to Microbiology or Basic Microbiology.

3,99 €

50 L'homme et les microbes XVIIe-Xxe siècle - Pierre Darmon
Auteur : Pierre Darmon
Genre : Histoire
En 1674, le micrographe hollandais Leewenhoeck découvre qu'une goutte d'eau de pluie grouille d'animalcules. Ainsi commence, fort modestement, la saga des microbes. Longtemps les micro-organismes resteront des êtres marginaux indignes de l'attention des grands savants, et c'est dans les salons et les cabinets d'amateurs que le microscope trouvera d'abord refuge, bien que les premières théories microbiennes des maladies infectieuses aient été imaginées dès le XVIIe siècle.
A partir de 1880, la révolution pasteurienne submerge tout. Enfin démasqués, les germes pathogènes se heurtent à l'arsenal des vaccins et des sérums. L'ancienne hygiène hippocratique, fondée sur les apparences et plus dangereuse que bienfaisante, s'efface derrière la nouvelle hygiène antimicrobienne qui s'attaque enfin aux sources vives de la maladie infectieuse. La purification des eaux potables

17,99 €
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