Better yeast for better wine - genetic improvement of Saccharomyces cerevisiae wine strains/Dorit Schuller. 2.
Genetics and genomics of aspergillus flavus/Jiujiang Yu, William C. Nierman, Joan W.
Bennett, Thomas E. Cleveland, Deepak Bhatnagar, Bruce C.
Campbell, Ralph A. Dean and Gary Payne.
3. Genetic transformation of zygomycetes fungi/Tamas Papp, Arpad Csernetics, Ildiko Nyilasi, Marianna Abrok, Csaba Vagvolgyi.
4. Current advances in aspergillosis/Amparo Sole.
5. Fungal infections of the central nervous system/Salwa Shabbir Sheikh and Samir Sami Amr.
6. Otomycosis in Turkey: a review/Muge Ozcan.
7. Current trends in fungal Rhinosinusitis/Ahmed Ragab.
8. Biodiversity of filamentous fungi on soils and sands/Azevedo E.
, Figueira D., Caeiro M.
F., and Barata M.
9. Role of mycorrhizal fungi in growth promotion of crop plants/Sarika Shende and Mahendra Rai.
10. Ectomycorrhizal symbiosis: possibilities and prospects/Kamal Prasad.
11. Higher basidiomycetes: mushrooms as a source of antioxidants/Mikheil D.
Asatiani, Vladimir Elisashvili, George Songulashvili, Abraham Z. Reznick and Solomon P.
Hayat's father is less enthusiastic. Ever wary of fundamentalism, he doesn't relish the idea of Mina's fervid devotion under his roof.
What no one expects is that when Mina shows Hayat the beauty of the Quran, it will utterly transform him.Mina's real magic may be that the Shah household becomes a happy one.
But when Mina catches the eye of a Jewish doctor and family friend, Hayat's jealousy is enflamed by the community's anti-Semitism - and he acts with catastrophic consequences for those he loves most(less)
Interspersed with spiritual and philosophical meditations, this profound and stimulating biography shows how Muhammad's message can be used to address some of today's most controversial issues - from the treatment of the poor and the role of women to the interpretation of jihad and relations with other religions. It offers Muslims a new understanding of Muhammad's life and introduces non-Muslims to the story of the Prophet and to the riches of Islam(less)
In a sweeping narrative that follows Franklin's life from Boston to Philadelphia to London and Paris and back, Isaacson chronicles the adventures of the spunky runaway apprentice who became, during his 84-year life, America's best writer, inventor, media baron, scientist, diplomat, and business strategist, as well as one of its most practical and ingenious political leade He explores the wit behind Poor Richard's Almanac and the wisdom behind the Declaration of Independence, the new nation's alliance with France, the treaty that ended the Revolution, and the compromises that created a near-perfect Constitution. Above all, Isaacson shows how Franklin's unwavering faith in the wisdom of the common citizen and his instinctive(less)
On the back seat: Jack Reacher, hitching a ride to nowhere.A life without baggage has many advantages.
And disadvantages too, like facing the arctic cold without a coat. HOUR # THIRTY-ONEA small town is threatened by sinister forces.
One brave woman is standing up for justice.If she's going to live to testify, she'll need help from a man like Reacher.
Because there's a killercoming for her.HOUR # ZEROHas Reacher finally met his match? He doesn't want to put the world to rights.
He just doesn't like people who put it to wrongs(less)
Gandhi at Tolstoy farm "a center of spiritual purification and penance". 2.
Gandhi, Tolstoy, and the Tolstoyans. 3.
Truth and nonviolence: the Gandhian way in ethics. 4.
Gandhi and the black people of South Africa. 5.
Suffragettes and Satyagraha: Gandhi and the British Women's Suffrage Movement. 6.
Gandhi and the theosophists. 7.
The mythologization of Gandhi. 8.
Gandhi and the ethical societies. 9.
Mr. Gandhi's Baptist friends.
10. From petition to Swaraj: Gandhi in London, 1906-1909.
11. Gandhi, Thoreau and Adin Ballou.
12. The second life of Mrs.
Mayo. Appendices: 1.
A guide to Gandhi's London. 2.
Gandhi in South Africa: a critical look at the books about this era. 3.
James D. Hunt, published works.
"In this far-reaching series of essays, author James Hunt examines the complex set of influences which helped shape Mohandas K. Gandhi leading to the transformation of an anglophile Indian lawyer into the Mahatma of(less)
General and fundamentals: 1. General introduction/Ashok Pandey and Sumitra Ramachandran.
2. General properties of enzymes/Sandra A.
Furlan and Hari K. Pant.
3. Enzyme kinetics and modelling of enzymatic systems/Emmanuel M.
Papamichael and Leonidas G. Theodorou.
4. Thermodynamics of enzyme catalysed reactions/Robert N.
Goldberg and Yadu B. Tewari.
5. Regeneration of cofactors for enzyme biocatalysis/Ryan D.
Woodyer, Tyler W. Johannes and Huimin Zhao.
6. Biocatalysis in organic media using enzymes/Adrie J.
7. Biotransformations with crude enzymes and whole cells/Pierre Fontanille, Jean-Bernard Gros and Christian Larroche.
8. Enzymes as tools for the stereospecific formation of carbon-carbon bonds for the synthesis of monosaccharides and analogs/Jean Bolte, Virgil Helaine, Laurence Hecquet and Marielle Lemaire.
9. Enzymes engineered for new reactions - novel catalysts for organic synthesis/Per Berglund.
II. Industrial enzymes: 10.
Alpha amylase/T. Satyanarayana, J.
L. Uma Maheswar Rao and M.
Glucoamylase/Carlos R. Soccol, Pappy J.
Rojan, Anil K. Patel, Adenise L.
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff and It's All Small Stuff: Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things from Taking Over Your Life (Paperback)
Climate Change and Biodiversity meets this need. Written for the specialist as well as the concerned citizen, this important book presents a comprehensive view of the newest research and thinking on climate change and biological diversity.
Contributors to the volume, all leading researchers in their fields, discuss: what is now known about past climate changes in different areas of the world; recent trends in climate change and projections for the future; ways that particular organisms are responding to climate change; conservation challenges, including social and policy issues; and other critical topics in climate change biology. Thomas E.
Lovejoy is president of the H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics(less)
The ship sinks. Pi finds himself alone in a lifeboat, his only companions a hyena, an orangutan, a wounded zebra, and Richard Parker, a 450-pound Bengal tiger.
Soon the tiger has dispatched all but Pi, whose fear, knowledge, and cunning allow him to coexist with Richard Parker for 227 days while lost at sea. When they finally reach the coast of Mexico, Richard Parker flees to the jungle, never to be seen again.
The Japanese authorities who interrogate Pi refuse to believe his story and press him to tell them "the truth." After hours of coercion, Pi tells a second story, a story much less fantastical, much more conventional--but is it more true? About the Author : Yann Martel has contributed to Life of Pi as an author.
YANN MARTEL was born in Spain in 1963 to diplomat parents. He grew up in Alaska, Canada, Costa Rica, France, and Mexico before settling in Montreal.
His novel "Life of Pi" won the Booker Prize(less)
Just down the road is a big army base.Is the murderer a local guy - or is he a soldier?Jack Reacher, still a major in the military police, is sent in undercover.
The county sheriff is a former U.S.
Marine - and a stunningly beautiful woman. Her investigation is going nowhere.
Is the Pentagon stonewalling her? Or doesn't she really want to find the killer?The adrenaline-pumping, high-voltage action in 'The Affair' is set just six months before the opening of 'Killing Floor', and it marks a turning point in Reacher's career. If he does what the army wants, will he be able to live with himself? And if he doesn't, will the army be able to live with him? Is this his last case in uniform?(less)
In The End Che Failed In His Quest But He Is Recognized As That One-In-A-Million Personality Who Just Might Have Pulled It Off.Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life Shuttles Between The Revolutionary Capitals Of Havana And Algiers To The Battlegrounds Of Bolivia And The Congo; From The Halls Of Power In Moscow And Washington To The Exile Havens Of Miami, Mexico And Guatemala, In A Gripping Tale Of Revolution, International Intrigue And Covert Operations.
It Has An Epic Sweep As It Evokes An Era Of Tumultuous Change, Describing Major(less)
About the Author : Jr Paul Maher has contributed to Kerouac: His Life and Work as an author. Pal Maher, Jr.
is the author of Kerouac: His Life and Work and the editor of the critically acclaimed collection Empty Phantoms: Interviews and Encounters with Jack Kerouac. One of today's top Kerouac scholars, Maher is a book critic for the Toronto Star and served as the editor of the Kerouac Quarterly.
He has been hailed by historian Douglas Brinkley as "one of the new leaders" of Kerouac scholarship. Maher lives in Fitchburg, MA(less)
It is the product of preparation and effort, and is within reach of everyone. Whether you are a painter, musician, businessperson, or simply an individual yearning to put your creativity to use, "The Creative Habit" provides you with thirty-two practical exercises based on the lessons Twyla Tharp has learned in her remarkable thirty-five-year career.
In "Where's Your Pencil?" Tharp reminds you to observe the world -- and get it down on paper. In "Coins and Chaos," she gives you an easy way to restore order and peace.
In "Do a Verb," she turns your mind and body into coworkers. In "Build a Bridge to the Next Day," she shows you how to clean the clutter from your mind overnight.
Tharp leads you through the painful first steps of scratching for ideas, finding the spine of your work, and getting out of ruts and into productive grooves. The wide-open realm of possibilities can be energizing, and Twyla Tharp explains how to take a deep breath and begin.
About the Author : Twyla Tharp has contributed to The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It for Life as an author. Twyla Tharp, one of America's greatest choreographers, began her career in 1965, and has created more than 130 dances for her company as well as for the Joffrey Ballet, The New York City Ballet, Paris Opera Ballet, London's Royal Ballet, and American Ballet Theatre.
She has won two Emmy awards for television's "Baryshnikov by Tharp, " and a Tony Award for the Broadway musical "Movin' Out." The recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship, she was inducted into the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in 1993 and was made an honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1997.
She lives a(less)
Advani. As an immigrant who was forced to abandon his beloved Sindh, which became a part of Pakistan after India was partitioned in 1947, on the basis of the communally inspired Two Nation Theory , Advani gives a poignant first-person account of that tragedy.
With a career spanning six decades as a political activist in post-1947 India, during which he has been a ring-side viewer of, and participant in, almost all the major socio-political developments in India, Advani is uniquely qualified to offer a perspective on independent India s political evolution. The apogee of Advani s achievement was his seminal contribution, together with his senior colleague Atal Bihari Vajpayee, to ending the Congress party s dominance over India s polity by building the Bharatiya Janata Party as a viable alternative for governing India.
The book provides a riveting, insightful and assertive account of Advani(less)
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