Neuerwerbungen im Mai 2023

Stand: 06.06.2023, 06:37 — Zahl der Neuerwerbungen: 16

Advanced chemical biology : chemical dissection and reprogramming of biological systems / edited by Howard C. Hang, Matthew R. Pratt, and Jennifer A. Prescher. – Weinheim, Germany : Wiley-VCH, [2023]. – xix, 773 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 27.6 cm x 21.6 cm
ISBN 978-3-527-34733-9 – ISBN 3-527-34733-X
Schlagwort: Chemische Biologie
RVK: WD 4010
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Can Science be witty? : science communication between criticism and cabaret / Marc-Denis Weitze, Wolfgang Chr. Goede, Wolfgang M. Heckl, editors. – Berlin, Germany : Springer, [2023]. – ix, 244 Seiten : 23.5 cm x 15.5 cm
EST:Kann Wissenschaft witzig?
ISBN 3-662-65752-X – ISBN 978-3-662-65752-2
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Computational life sciences : data engineering and data mining for life sciences / Jens Dörpinghaus, Vera Weil, Sebastian Schaaf, Alexander Apke, editors. – Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2022]. – xii, 595 Seiten : Illustrationen, 1185 grams. – (Studies in big data ; volume 112)
Interesting Programming Languages used in Life Sciences.- Introduction to Java.- Basic Data Processing.- Algorithm Design.- Data and Knowledge Management.- Databases and Knowledge Graphs.- Knowledge Discovery and AI approaches for the Life Sciences.- Longitudinal Data
ISBN 978-3-031-08410-2
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Copeland, Robert A.:
Enzymes : a practical introduction to structure, mechanism, and data analysis / Robert A. Copeland. – Third edition. – Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, 2023. – xxiii, 550 Seiten : 1125 grams
ISBN 978-1-119-79325-0
T01/WD 5050 C782(3)

Demčenko, Aleksandr P.:
Introduction to fluorescence sensing / Alexander P. Demchenko. – Third edition. – Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020-]
1. und 2. Auflage einbändig
Volume 2. Target recognition and imaging. – [2023]. – xxi, 761 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme
ISBN 978-3-031-19088-9
T00/che 5.8-186-2(3)

Jukes, Helen:
¬A honeybee heart has five openings : a year of keeping bees / Helen Jukes. – Paperback first published in the United States. – Ithaca, New York : Comstock Publishing Associates, an imprint of Cornell University Press, 2022. – 233 Seiten : Illustrationen, 235 mm
ISBN 978-1-5017-6653-4
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Kaushik, Shikha:
Biomolecules : from genes to proteins / Shikha Kaushik, Anju Singh. – Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2023]. – X, 195 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 24 cm x 17 cm. – (De Gruyter textbook)
ISBN 3-11-079375-X – ISBN 978-3-11-079375-8
Schlagwort: Biomolekül, Biochemie
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T01/WD 4010 K21

Lamm, Stefan:
Lernwerkstatt Fotosynthese : Dem grünen Wunder auf der Spur … 5.-7. Schuljahr / Dipl.-Biol. Stefan Lamm. – 1. Auflage. – Kerpen : KOHL VERLAG Der Verlag mit dem Baum, 2023. – 52 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 29.7 cm x 21 cm, 185 g
ISBN 978-3-98841-007-8 – ISBN 3-98841-007-1
P25/WB 4063 L232 L6

Leguminosen : Anbau von Bohnen und Erbsen. – Frankfurt : DLG-Verlag, [2022]. – 120 Seiten : mit farbigen Abbildungen und Grafiken. – (AgrarPraxis kompakt)
ISBN 978-3-7690-2063-2
RVK: ZC 32000
H00/2021 A 6007

Li, Mi:
Atomic force microscopy for nanoscale biophysics : from single molecules to living cells / Mi Li. – London, United Kingdom : Academic Press, Elsevier, [2023]. – xii, 324 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 450 grams
1. Fundamentals and methods of AFM for biophysics 2. Imaging and force detection of DNA by AFM 3. High-resolution imaging and force spectroscopy of membrane proteins by AFM 4. Characterizing the nanostructures and properties of hydrogels by AFM 5. Detecting the behaviours of single virus by AFM 6. Nanoscale imaging and force probing of single microbial cells by AFM 7. Investigating the structures and mechanics of single animal cells by AFM 8. Combining AFM with complementary techniques: Hybrid
AFM for biophysics 9. Conclusion and future perspectives
ISBN 978-0-323-95360-3
Schlagwort: Rasterkraftmikroskopie, Biophysik, Biomolekül, Zelle
T01/WC 3200 L693

Moss, Stephen:
Ten birds that changed the world / Stephen Moss. – London : Guardian Faber, [2023]. – vii, 408 Seiten : 204 grams
ISBN 978-1-783-35241-8
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Nicholls, Steve:
Alien worlds : how insects conquered the earth, and why their fate will determine our future / Steve Nicholl. – London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2023. – xi, 484 Seiten : Illustrationen
ISBN 978-1-83893-478-1
H29/2022 A 1488

Otenyo, Eric Edwin:
Covid-19 and vaccine nationalism : managing the politics of global pandemics / Eric E. Otenyo (Professor, Department of Politics and International Affairs, Northern Arizona University, flagstaff, AZ, USA). – London : Elsevier, AP, Academic Press, [2023]. – ix, 308 Seiten : Illustrationen, 450 grams
1. Introduction: Vaccine Nationalism and Politics of Covid-19; 2. Covid-19 Vaccine Concerns: How nations got here; 3. American Politics and Lessons for Global Covid-19 Vaccinations; 4. China’s nationalism and Covid-19 Vaccines; 5. Fragmented Covid-19 Vaccine Nationalism and Politics in the EU and UK; 6. Covid-19 Vaccine Politics: India’s nationalism and global supplies; 7. Reflections on Vaccine Nationalism and Global Inequalities; 8. The United Nations Call to end Vaccine Nationalism
ISBN 978-0-443-18570-0
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Synaptic vesicles : methods and protocols / edited by Jana Dahlmanns (Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Universitätsklinikum Erlangen, Erlangen, Bayern Germany), Marc Dahlmanns (Institute of Physiology and Pathophysiology, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany). – New York, NY : Humana Press, [2022]. – xi, 260 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, 522 grams. – (Methods in molecular biology ; 2417)
1. 1. Real-time quantitative PCR and fluorescence in situ hybridization for subcellular localization of miRNAs in neurons.; Antonis Tatarakis and Danesh Moazed; 2. Live-imaging of axonal cargoes in Drosophila brain explants using confocal microscopy.; Caroline Medioni, Anne Ephrussi and Florence Besse; 3. Whole Endosome Recording of Vesicular Neurotransmitter Transporter Currents.; Roger Chang and Robert H. Edwards; 4. Quantitative analysis of presynaptic vesicle luminal pH in cultured neurons.;
Yoshihiro Egashira, Shutaro Katsurabayashi and Shigeo Takamori; 5. Investigation of synaptic vesicle proteins in rat brain tissue using real-time qPCR.; Betina Elfving; 6. Mass Synaptometry: Applying Mass Cytometry to Single Synapse Analysis.; Chandresh R. Gajera, Rosemary Fernandez, Nadia Postupna, Kathleen S. Montine, C. Dirk Keene, Sean C. Bendall, Thomas J. Montine; 7.^. – ^^ – A Guide to Analysis of Relative Synaptic Protein Abundance by Quantitative Fluorescent Western Blotting.; Heidi
Kaastrup Müller; 8. Synaptosomes and metamodulation of receptors.; Anna Pittaluga and Mario Marchi; 9. A novel method to monitor GABA loading into synaptic vesicles by combining patch pipette perfusion and intracellular, caged-GABA photolysis in brain slice preparations.; Manami Yamashita and Tetsuya Hori; 10. Rapid Isolation of Functional Synaptic Vesicles from Tissues through Cryo-grinding, Ultracentrifugation and Size Exclusion Chromatography.; Huinan Marcus Li; 11. Isolation of synaptic
vesicles from mammalian brain; Marcelo Ganzella, Momchil Ninov, Dietmar Riedel, Reinhard Jahn; 12. Building and Using a Two-Photon Fluorescence Crosscorrelation Spectroscopy Setup including Fluorescence Lifetime Analysis.; Tobias Grothe and Peter J. Walla; 13.^. – ^^ – Fluorescence Lifetime and Cross-correlation Spectroscopy for Observing Membrane Fusion of Liposome Models Containing Synaptic Proteins.; Tobias Grothe and Peter J. Walla; 14. Synaptic vesicle pool monitoring with synaptopH-Iuorin.
; Marc Dahlmanns and Jana Katharina Dahlmanns; 15. Imaging neuropeptide release at Drosophila neuromuscular junction with a genetically engineered neuropeptide release reporter.; Yifu Han and Keke Ding; 16. Imaging synaptic glutamate release with two-photon microscopy in organotypic slice cultures; Céline D. Dürst and Thomas G. Oertner; 17. Dynole 34-2 and Acrylo-Dyn 2-30, novel dynamin GTPase chemical biology probes.; Jennifer R. Baker, Nicholas S. O’Brien, Kate L. Prichard, Phillip J.
Robinson, Adam McCluskey and Cecilia C. Russell; 18. Synthesis of Pthaladyn-29 and Napthalimide-10, GTP site directed dynamin GTPase inhibitors. ; Cecilia C. Russell, Kate L. Prichard, Nicholas S. O’Brien, Adam McCluskey, Phillip J. Robinson and Jennifer R. Baker
ISBN 978-1-0716-1918-6
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Whales, whaling, and ocean ecosystems / edited by James A. Estes … [et al.]. – Berkeley : University of California Press, 2006. – 1 Online-Ressource (xvi, 402 p.)
Includes bibliographical references and index. – Introduction – Part I. – Background- Whales, interaction webs, and zero sum ecology – Robert T. Paine – Lessons from land : present and past signs of ecological decay and the overture to earth’s sixth mass extinction – C. Josh Donlan, Paul S. Martin and Gary W. Roemer – When ecological pyramids were upside down – Jeremy B.C. Jackson -Pelagic ecosystem response to a century of commercial fishing and whaling – Timothy E. Essington -Evidence for
bottom-up control of upper trophic level marine populations : is it scale-dependent? – George L. Hunt Jr. -Part II. – Whales and whaling -Evolutionary patterns in Cetacea : fishing up prey size through deep time – David R. Lindberg and Nicholas D. Pyenson -A taxonomy of world whaling : operations and eras – Randall R. Reeves and Tim D. Smith – The history of whales read from DNA – Stephen R. Palumbi and Joe Roman -. – Changes in marine mammal biomass in the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands region
before and after the period of commercial whaling – Bete Pfister and Douglas P. DeMaster – Industrial whaling in the North Pacific Ocean 1952-1978 : spatial patterns of harvest and decline – Eric M. Danner, Matthew J. Kauffman and Robert L. Brownell Jr. — – Worldwide distribution and abundance of killer whales – Karin A. Forney and Paul R. Wade – The natural history and ecology of killer whales – Lance G. Barrett-Lennard and Kathy A. Heise — – Killer whales as predators of large baleen whales
and sperm whales – Randall R. Reeves, Joel Berger and Phillip J. Clapham – Part III. – Process and theory – Physiological and ecological consequences of extreme body size in whales – Terrie M. Williams – Ecosystem impact of the decline of large whales in the North Pacific – Donald A. Croll, Raphael Kudela and Bernie R. Tershy -. – The removal of large whales from the Southern Ocean : evidence for long-term ecosystem effects? – Lisa T. Balance … [et al.] – Great whales as prey : using
demography and bioenergetics to infer interactions in marine mammal communities – Daniel F. Doak, Terrie M. Williams and James A. Estes – Whales and whaling in the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea : oceanographic insights and ecosystem impacts – Alan M. Springer … [et al.] – Legacy of industrial whaling : could killer whales be responsible for declines of sea lions, elephant seals and minke whales in the Southern Hemisphere? – Trevor A. Branch and Terrie M. William – Predator diet breadth
and prey population dynamics : mechanism and modeling – Marc Mangel and Nicholas Wolf — – Bigger is better : the role of whales as detritus in marine ecosystems – Craig R. Smith – Part IV. – Case studies – Gray whales in the Bering and Chukchi seas – Raymond C. Highsmith … [et al.] -. – Whales, whaling and ecosystems in the North Atlantic Ocean – Phillip J. Clapham and Jason S. Link – Sperm whales in ocean ecosystems – Hal Whitehead – Ecosystem effects of fishing and whaling in the North
Pacific and Atlantic Oceans – Boris Worm, Heike K. Lotze and Ransom A. Myers – Potential influences of whaling on the status and trends of pinniped populations – Daniel P. Costa, Michael J. Weise and John P.Y. Arnould — – Part V. – Social context – The dynamic between social systems and ocean ecosystems : are there lessons from commercial whaling? – Daniel W. Bromley – Whaling, law and culture – Michael K. Orbach – Part VI. – Overview and synthesis – Whales are big and it matters – Peter
Kareiva, Christopher Yuan-Farrell and Casey O’Connor – Retrospection and review – J.A. Estes … [et al.]. – Presenting a picture of what we know about the natural history biology, and ecology of whales in the broad context of the dynamics of ocean ecosystems, this volume encompasses multiple points of view to consider the total ecological impact of industrial whaling on the world’s oceans
ISBN 978-0-520-93320-0 – ISBN 0-520-93320-6 – ISBN 978-1-4294-5639-5 – ISBN 1-4294-5639-6
Schlagwort: Wale, Walfang, Meeresökologie, Meeresökosystem, Geschichte
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Wohlleben, Peter:
¬Das geheime Leben der Bäume : was sie fühlen, wie sie kommunizieren – die Entdeckung einer verborgenen Welt / Peter Wohlleben. – [1. Auflage]. – München : Ludwig, 2015. – 223 Seiten : 20 cm
ISBN 978-3-453-28067-0 – ISBN 3-453-28067-9
Schlagwort: Baum, Waldökosystem
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T01/WI 5300 W846