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  • In spite of the potential use of nanomaterials as tissue engineering devices, implants, biosensors, drug delivery devices, etc., there has yet to be a compilation of the risks associated with the in vivo use of nanomaterials. There are numerous and well-known risks because of the size of nanoparticles. For example, nanoparticles can cross cell membranes and enter the cytoplasm undetected. The aim of this book is to provide one of the first detailed overviews of how cells and tissues in the body deal with nanoparticles. This is important not only for implantable devices, but also for the manufacturing of nanophase materials when particles can be inhaled or enter the body through the sk...

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  • General approaches of pipeline defect assessment / G. Pluvinage -- Application of SINTAP to the failure assessment of gas pipes / Nenad Gubeljak -- Interaction between material properties, inspection accuracy and defect acceptance levels in strain based pipeline design / Rudi Denys -- Failure of cylindrical shells : numerical and experimental study / A. Elhakimi, H. Moustabchir, S. Hariri and Z. Azari -- Leak detection by using the impedance method / Ezzeddine Hadj Taieb -- Corrosion fatigue cracking and failure risk assessment of pipelines / Ihor Dmytrakh -- Initiation of Stress corrosion cracking and hydrogen-induced cracking in oil and gas line-pipe steels / Mahmoud T. Shehata, Mim...

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  • Authors: - (2015)

  • Part I LAND, HISTORY AND CULTURE -- 1. Modern Japan in history -- Andrew Cobbing -- 2. Anthropology of modern Japan / Carolyn S. Stevens -- 3. The practice of religion in Japan: an exploration of the state of the field / Lucia Dolce -- 4. Mass media in Japan / Katja Valaskivi -- 5. Heritage management in present-day Japan / Noriaki Nishiyama -- 6. Geography's contributions to Japanese Studies / Mary McDonald -- 7. Regionalism and the local / Anthony Rausch -- Part II SOCIETY -- 8. Education / Robert W. Aspinall -- 9. Feminism / Vera Mackie -- 10. "How to Sex"? The contested nature of sexuality in Japan / Mark McLelland -- 11. Gender equity in Japan / Joyce Gelb -- 12. Policing in Japa...

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  • Obesity is an epidemic in most developed countries. Bariatric surgery is growing at an exponential rate, with more than 140,000 bariatric operations performed in the U.S. yearly. In keeping with the other manuals in the series, The SAGES Manual of Bariatric Surgery presents a practical "how to" approach to minimally invasive bariatric surgery. The patient care needs are addressed in introductory chapters dealing with the rationale for surgery; overview of operations; preoperative assessment; psychological evaluation; and postoperative follow up, including behavioral issues and dietary guidelines. The editors then address the practicalities of setting up a bariatric program and both...

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  • Authors: Trần, Đức Công (2002)

  • Tất cả chúng ta đều do tứ đại hợp thành. Mặc dầu người da đen, người da trắng, người cao, người thấp, sai biệt nam giới khác nữ giới ở nhiều điểm nhưng sai biệt trên bình đẳng là do tứ đại hợp thành...

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  • Salinity and water stress limit crop productivity worldwide and generate substantial economic losses each year, yet innovative research on crop and natural resource management can reveal cost-effective ways in which farmers can increase both their productivity and their income. Presenting recent research findings on salt stress, water stress and stress-adapted plants, this book offers insights into new strategies for increasing the efficiency of crops under stressful environments. The strategies are based on conventional breeding and advanced molecular techniques used by plant physiologists, and are discussed using specific case studies to illustrate their potential. The book empha...

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  • Authors: - (2009)

  • Salinity and water stress limit crop productivity worldwide and generate substantial economic losses each year, yet innovative research on crop and natural resource management can reveal cost-effective ways in which farmers can increase both their productivity and their income. Presenting recent research findings on salt stress, water stress and stress-adapted plants, this book offers insights into new strategies for increasing the efficiency of crops under stressful environments. The strategies are based on conventional breeding and advanced molecular techniques used by plant physiologists, and are discussed using specific case studies to illustrate their potential. The book emphasi...

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  • Authors: Faquin, William C.; Powers, Celeste N. (2008)

  • Salivary Gland Cytopathology by William C. Faquin, M.D., Ph. D. and Celeste Powers, M.D., Ph. D., will fulfill the need for an easy-to-read and authoritative synopsis of salivary gland cytopathology. This volume, part of the Essentials in Cytopathology book series, fits into the lab coat pocket and is ideal for portability and quick reference. Each volume in the series is heavily illustrated with a full color art program, while the text follows a user-friendly outline format. William C. Faquin, MD, PhD, is Associate Professor of Pathology, Department of Pathology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. Celeste N. Powers, MD, PhD, is Professor of...

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  • Authors: Hoang, Van Hoan; Larsen, Flemming; Nguyen, Van Lam; Dang, Duc Nhan; Tran, Thi Luu; Pham, Quy Nhan (2018)

  • Fresh groundwater was found in the Pleistocene aquifer in the southern part of the Red River Delta in 70’s of last century. It is located mainly in the south of Nam Dinh province and small part in southeast of Ninh Binh province. The fresh-saline boundary seems to migrate southward recently and downsize the area of fresh groundwater. It is necessary to find out the mechanisms of salt intrusion into the zone of freshwater in order to mitigate the negative impacts to the quality of water supply. Based on the survey data of groundwater chemistry, transient electromagnetic sounding, borehole logging, drilling, and chemical analysis of pore water squeezed from the low permeable sediment in...

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  • Authors: Doody, J. Patrick (2008)

  • Coastal habitats provide the link between the land and the sea. They are dynamic, combine to form ecosystems of great complexity and provide significant areas for wildlife. Their landscapes are treasured by visitors, painters and musicians. They also provide locations for significant economic activity and are intimately bound up with fisheries, providing food and shelter for some species of commercially exploited fish stocks. The habitats themselves provide a buffer to tides and wave action, which may be particularly important in areas where relative sea level is rising and during storm periods. Managing these assets in the face of continuing pressure from human populations on a susta...

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  • Authors: Ivanovich, Grujica S. (2008)

  • This remarkable book is a unique insight into the people involved in the development of the Salyut space station and the crews assigned to operate it. It describes the rotation between the crews, analyses the decision to send the back-up crew on Soyuz 11 and recounts the intrigues and difficult relationships between all the personalities involved - politicians, CKBEM managers, designers, generals and cosmonauts. Biographies of the Soyuz 11 cosmonauts are published for the first time in English and the longest manned space mission of the time is described before Grujica Ivanovich gives a unique summary of the most tragic day in the Soviet/Russian manned space program. An investigation ...

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  • Book


  • Authors: - (2009)

  • In spite of the potential use of nanomaterials as tissue engineering devices, implants, biosensors, drug delivery devices, etc., there has yet to be a compilation of the risks associated with the in vivo use of nanomaterials. There are numerous and well-known risks because of the size of nanoparticles. For example, nanoparticles can cross cell membranes and enter the cytoplasm undetected. The aim of this book is to provide one of the first detailed overviews of how cells and tissues in the body deal with nanoparticles. This is important not only for implantable devices, but also for the manufacturing of nanophase materials when particles can be inhaled or enter the body through the sk...

  • 2840.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: - (2008)

  • General approaches of pipeline defect assessment / G. Pluvinage -- Application of SINTAP to the failure assessment of gas pipes / Nenad Gubeljak -- Interaction between material properties, inspection accuracy and defect acceptance levels in strain based pipeline design / Rudi Denys -- Failure of cylindrical shells : numerical and experimental study / A. Elhakimi, H. Moustabchir, S. Hariri and Z. Azari -- Leak detection by using the impedance method / Ezzeddine Hadj Taieb -- Corrosion fatigue cracking and failure risk assessment of pipelines / Ihor Dmytrakh -- Initiation of Stress corrosion cracking and hydrogen-induced cracking in oil and gas line-pipe steels / Mahmoud T. Shehata, Mim...

  • chap01.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: - (2015)

  • Part I LAND, HISTORY AND CULTURE -- 1. Modern Japan in history -- Andrew Cobbing -- 2. Anthropology of modern Japan / Carolyn S. Stevens -- 3. The practice of religion in Japan: an exploration of the state of the field / Lucia Dolce -- 4. Mass media in Japan / Katja Valaskivi -- 5. Heritage management in present-day Japan / Noriaki Nishiyama -- 6. Geography's contributions to Japanese Studies / Mary McDonald -- 7. Regionalism and the local / Anthony Rausch -- Part II SOCIETY -- 8. Education / Robert W. Aspinall -- 9. Feminism / Vera Mackie -- 10. "How to Sex"? The contested nature of sexuality in Japan / Mark McLelland -- 11. Gender equity in Japan / Joyce Gelb -- 12. Policing in Japa...

  • 2841.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: - (2008)

  • Obesity is an epidemic in most developed countries. Bariatric surgery is growing at an exponential rate, with more than 140,000 bariatric operations performed in the U.S. yearly. In keeping with the other manuals in the series, The SAGES Manual of Bariatric Surgery presents a practical "how to" approach to minimally invasive bariatric surgery. The patient care needs are addressed in introductory chapters dealing with the rationale for surgery; overview of operations; preoperative assessment; psychological evaluation; and postoperative follow up, including behavioral issues and dietary guidelines. The editors then address the practicalities of setting up a bariatric program and both...

  • TNS10646.pdf.jpg
  • Article


  • Authors: Trần, Đức Công (2002)

  • Tất cả chúng ta đều do tứ đại hợp thành. Mặc dầu người da đen, người da trắng, người cao, người thấp, sai biệt nam giới khác nữ giới ở nhiều điểm nhưng sai biệt trên bình đẳng là do tứ đại hợp thành...

  • 960.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: - (2009)

  • Salinity and water stress limit crop productivity worldwide and generate substantial economic losses each year, yet innovative research on crop and natural resource management can reveal cost-effective ways in which farmers can increase both their productivity and their income. Presenting recent research findings on salt stress, water stress and stress-adapted plants, this book offers insights into new strategies for increasing the efficiency of crops under stressful environments. The strategies are based on conventional breeding and advanced molecular techniques used by plant physiologists, and are discussed using specific case studies to illustrate their potential. The book empha...

  • 960.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: - (2009)

  • Salinity and water stress limit crop productivity worldwide and generate substantial economic losses each year, yet innovative research on crop and natural resource management can reveal cost-effective ways in which farmers can increase both their productivity and their income. Presenting recent research findings on salt stress, water stress and stress-adapted plants, this book offers insights into new strategies for increasing the efficiency of crops under stressful environments. The strategies are based on conventional breeding and advanced molecular techniques used by plant physiologists, and are discussed using specific case studies to illustrate their potential. The book emphasi...

  • 2843.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Faquin, William C.; Powers, Celeste N. (2008)

  • Salivary Gland Cytopathology by William C. Faquin, M.D., Ph. D. and Celeste Powers, M.D., Ph. D., will fulfill the need for an easy-to-read and authoritative synopsis of salivary gland cytopathology. This volume, part of the Essentials in Cytopathology book series, fits into the lab coat pocket and is ideal for portability and quick reference. Each volume in the series is heavily illustrated with a full color art program, while the text follows a user-friendly outline format. William C. Faquin, MD, PhD, is Associate Professor of Pathology, Department of Pathology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. Celeste N. Powers, MD, PhD, is Professor of...

  • e34.1.2.pdf.jpg
  • Article


  • Authors: Hoang, Van Hoan; Larsen, Flemming; Nguyen, Van Lam; Dang, Duc Nhan; Tran, Thi Luu; Pham, Quy Nhan (2018)

  • Fresh groundwater was found in the Pleistocene aquifer in the southern part of the Red River Delta in 70’s of last century. It is located mainly in the south of Nam Dinh province and small part in southeast of Ninh Binh province. The fresh-saline boundary seems to migrate southward recently and downsize the area of fresh groundwater. It is necessary to find out the mechanisms of salt intrusion into the zone of freshwater in order to mitigate the negative impacts to the quality of water supply. Based on the survey data of groundwater chemistry, transient electromagnetic sounding, borehole logging, drilling, and chemical analysis of pore water squeezed from the low permeable sediment in...

  • 2844.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Doody, J. Patrick (2008)

  • Coastal habitats provide the link between the land and the sea. They are dynamic, combine to form ecosystems of great complexity and provide significant areas for wildlife. Their landscapes are treasured by visitors, painters and musicians. They also provide locations for significant economic activity and are intimately bound up with fisheries, providing food and shelter for some species of commercially exploited fish stocks. The habitats themselves provide a buffer to tides and wave action, which may be particularly important in areas where relative sea level is rising and during storm periods. Managing these assets in the face of continuing pressure from human populations on a susta...

  • 2846.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Ivanovich, Grujica S. (2008)

  • This remarkable book is a unique insight into the people involved in the development of the Salyut space station and the crews assigned to operate it. It describes the rotation between the crews, analyses the decision to send the back-up crew on Soyuz 11 and recounts the intrigues and difficult relationships between all the personalities involved - politicians, CKBEM managers, designers, generals and cosmonauts. Biographies of the Soyuz 11 cosmonauts are published for the first time in English and the longest manned space mission of the time is described before Grujica Ivanovich gives a unique summary of the most tragic day in the Soviet/Russian manned space program. An investigation ...