Color Atlas of Human Poisoning and Envenoming
The field of medical toxicology can be simply divided into animal and human poisonings from animal, plant,
or man-made sources. Even more precisely, toxinology is the study of poisoning and envenoming by biological
organisms, and toxicology is the study of human poisoning from manmade sources. Living organisms,
such as animals,... Indian Medicinal Plants: An Illustrated Dictionary In 2004, Springer-Verlag Heidelberg published C.P.Khares "Encyclopedia of Indian Medicinal Plants" which contained 400 monographs comprising classical as well as contemporary research findings.
"Indian Medicinal Plants. An Illustrated Dictionary" is the second major one-volume reference work by C.P.Khare which has been...
Water Dynamics in Plant Production
The source of life is water. Life began in the
oceans, which represent the largest stock of water
on Earth. Much less water is stored below the land
surface in the form of fresh groundwater, amounting
to not quite 0.8% of the earth’s total water
reserves, while lakes and rivers combined only
contribute a further...
Connections: Patterns of Discovery Every since the fl int axe triggered the Paleolithic Revolution over two million years ago we have lived by a culture of scarcity. Technology shortfall placed innovative capability in the hands of only a few: those who provided their hunter - gatherer communities with tools for hunting and butchering; then those who could read and write; then, much... Cryptography and Coding: 13th IMA International Conference, IMACC 2011, Oxford, UK, December 2011
The 13th IMA Conference on Cryptography and Coding was held at the Lady
Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, UK, during December 12–15, 2011. This
event was a 25th anniversary celebration of the very successful biennial IMA
conference series. Traditionally, the conference has taken place at the Royal
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