The energetic system and the subtle bodies. 2.
The aura. 3.
The layers of the body--the energetic bodies. 4.
Feeling the bodies. 5.
The chakras. 6.
The first chakra: the base (root) chakra. 7.
The second chakra: the sexual chakra. 8.
The third chakra: The solar plexus chakra. 9.
The fourth chakra: The heart chakra. 10.
The fifth chakra: The throat chakra. 11.
The sixth chakra: the third eye chakra. 12.
The seventh chakra: the crown chakra. 13.
Aura-Reiki. "Nowadays, we are all familiar with the concept of the aura, which is, in fact, a subtle body of energy that is found around and inside the human body.
An ever increasing number of healers, scientists, and physicians has discovered that by treating the aura, it is possible to exert a positive influence on mind, body, and spirit. Reiki is a method that is rapidly gaining in popularity; it is based(less)
Clear step-by-step photographs illustrate key procedures such as injecting insulin. Packed with useful tips, plus symptoms, diet, exercise and medication, this is the complete guide to living with diabetes(less)
I. Advanced cell biology concerns in advancing process biotechnology: 1.
Patenting of life forms/Tarun K. Ghose.
2. Concepts of technologically redesigning fermenting cell system/S.
3. Cell redesign engineering and tools/Saroj Mishra.
4. Techniques and strategies of cell redesigning/J.
K. Deb and S.
II. Concerns and topics of advanced upstream process biotechnology: 5.
Fermentation media design principles/S.N.
Mixing in fermentation: needs and progress/S.N.
State and control variables of fermentation process biotechnology/S.N.
Reaction engineering considerations in free cell cultivation: part I and II/D.P.
Immobilization of cells and methods/S.N.
Mukhopadhyay and S. Chand.
10. Rheological variables and their measurement in biotechnology/S.
11. Offline and online measurement and control of fermentation variables/S.
12. Areation in Thermophilic B.
stearothermophilus CU21 cell cultivation/S.N.
Metabolic engineering foundation and frontline/S. Mehra, I.
Roy, A. Bhaskar and S.
14. Fermentation bioreactor containments/S.
15. Operation modes of(less)
1. Collaborative collection development: past, present, future.
2. No one said it would be easy: barriers and benefits.
3. Fundamentals: the principles of CCD.
4. The state of the art: varieties of CCD Practice.
5. Prerequisites: resources required to initiate and sustain CCD.
6. Strategy: creating the framework for an effective CCD Partnership.
7. Governance: CCD Documentation and legal agreements.
8. Investing in success: economics of CCD.
9. Outreach: Promoting and publicizing CCD.
10. CCD's impact: assessment and evaluation.
11. Cultivation: sustaining CCD in the local library.
"To encourage collaborative collection development requires systematic planning, selecting appropriate partners, and a long-term commitment from all parties. In this authoritative and practical guide, three leaders whose institutions have successfully collaborated for a decade, share their expertise so others can incorporate their winning strategies.
They explain the theoretical principles along with real-world strategies and results from their own experiences and from other censorial(less)
General: 1. Units and measurements.
2. pH and Buffer.
II. Biotechnology and biochemistry: 1.
Qualitative analysis. 2.
Quantitative tests for biomolecules. 3.
Plant tissue culture. 4.
Microbiology: 1. Microbiology.
2. Methods of obtaining pure culture of microorganism.
3. Maintenance of pure culture.
IV. Environmental science: 1.
Soil analysis. 2.
Water analysis. 3.
Plant analysis. "The subjects Biotechnology, biochemistry, microbiology and environmental sciences are well known for their scientific development and their application in daily life.
This book is an attempt to compile all important practical manual of these subjects and also make available some basic and general information about experiment. This book is expected to be very valuable for the students of inter disciplinary areas like environmental biotechnology, environmental biochemistry, and environmental science.
This book contains four sections encompassing major aspects of science practical and manual. Section A gives glimpse on basics of research i.
e. measurement of units and making(less)
Electronic and Electromagnetic Properties in Nanometer Scales. 2.
Electron Transport in Semiconductor Quantum Dots. 3.
Electron Energy Modulation with Optical Evanescent Waves. 4.
Interactions of Electrons and Electromagnetic Fields in a Single Molecule. 5.
Theory of Electronic and Atomic Processes in Scanning Probe Microscopy. 6.
Tunneling-Electron Luminescence Microscopy for Multifunctional and Real-Space Characterization of Semiconductor Nanostructures. 7.
Near-Field Optical Spectroscopy of Single Quantum Dots. 8.
Chemical Vapor Deposition of Nanometric Materials by Optical Near-Fields: Toward Nano-Photonic Integration. 9.
Noncontact Atomic Force Microscopy. 10.
Correlation between Interface States and Structures Deduced from Atomic-Scale Surface Roughness in Ultrathin SiO2/Si System. 11.
Characterization of Molecular Films by a Scanning Probe Microscope. Index This book reviews the resonant interaction between electromagnetic field/light and electrons/matters in a nanometric volume for the first time to invite the readers to a new field of nano-photonic/electronic science and technology.
Especially, the unique feature of this book is to introduce the concept(less)
Raman. Peace without Process: Sri Lanka's Dilemma: 1.
Muni. Ground Realities: 1.
Pitfalls and possibilities/Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu. 2.
Negative peace/N. Ram.
Reconciling Various Ethnic Aspirations: 1. Sri Lankan nationalism, ethnic identity and community/Devanesan Nesiab.
2. Prospects for reconciliation/V.
Suryanarayan. Intentions, Capabilities of the Govt and LTTE: 1.
Security implications for Sri Lanka, India and the South East Asia Region/Iqbal Athas. 2.
Intentions and capabilities of reluctant partners/R. Hariharan.
Role of External Powers: 1. Of phases and paces/Gamini Samaranayake.
2. Dilemmas of external actors/K.
Venkataraman. Where from Here?: 1.
Peace dynamics/M. Rasgotra.
2. No alternative, but.
3. The tsunami and the LTTE/B.
Internal dimensions to Sri Lanka's peace process/Kalpana Chittaranjan. 5.
The future beckons/N. Sathiya Moorthy.
Annexures: 1. Ceasefire agreement.
2. Oslo declaration.
3. Tokyo declaration.
4. Prabhakaran's Hero's Day Speech.
4. President's speech.
Index. "The Sri Lankan pot continues to boil.
Although the ceasefire agreement of February 2002(less)
Laboratory apparatus. 3.
Measurement and purification. 5.
The analytical balance. 6.
Preparation for analysis. 7.
Preparation of rack chemicals. 8.
Qualitative inorganic analysis. 9.
Ionic analysis. 10.
Inorganic preparation. 11.
Acidimetry alkalimetry. 14.
pH and calculation. 15.
Kipp's apparatus. 16.
More inorganic gas preparation. 17.
Detection of elements. 18.
Identification of functional group. 19.
Qualitative test of organic compounds. 20.
Preparation of derivatives. 21.
Estimation and isolation. 22.
Organometallic chemistry. 23.
Haloform reactions. 26.
Miscellaneous preparation. Appendix.
Index. "Chemistry is boundless and full of experimentable surprises, which are interesting for students.
Besides, compulsory mathematical calculations and theoretical descriptions chemical world is world of lure. Today, in schools or colleges teaching of chemistry (or any other science) should not only be limited to the curriculum but the development of a scientific thinking must be encouraged, where students observe, experiment(less)
An approach to the concept of inclusion and exclusion in Gandhian thought/T.N.
Philosophical background of Gandhi’s thinking/Ramashray Roy. 4.
History, hope and agency: identity and politics of inclusion-the Gandhian context/Ram Krishna Mani Tripathi. 5.
Gandhian thought in the existentialist context/Naresh Dadhich. 6.
Concept of history in Hind Swaraj and War and Peace/M.T.
Gandhian philosophy, liberalism and liberalization/Nalini Pant. 8.
Strategies and stratagems in Gandhian thought/Ramjee Singh. 9.
Mahatma Gandhi’s truth oriented idealism/Surendra Kumar Verma. 10.
Relocating self-reliance and Swadeshi in he Neo-liberal context of globalization/Asha Kaushik. 11.
Gandhi and modern civilization/C.P.
Civilizing modernity: Gandhi in Hind Swaraj/Chandakala Padia. 13.
Gandhian Ashrams: laboratories for experiments with truth and non-violence/B.M.
Understanding Gandhi/Jai Narain Sharma. 15.
War with violence/Ashu Pasricha. 16.
Gandhi and art/Raman P. Sinha.
17. Early Marxists and Gandhi: three frameworks of M.
N. Roy, Lenin and Gramsci/Subrata Mukherjee.
18. Gandh’s first political(less)
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