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Agricultural and Biological Sciences

Cambridge Scholars Publishing's Agricultural and Biological Sciences books encompass original scientific research concerned with the advance of agriculture studies and the use of land resources worldwide. Including strategic and applied agriculture articles, the topics covered compose the history of agriculture, aspects of crop and animal physiology, modelling of crop and animal systems, environmental impacts, rural biodiversity, and advances in biotechnology.

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Japanese Food for Health and Longevity

We often hear about the merits of Japanese food, but there are few studies on this from a scientific perspective. This book presents a scientific basis for why Japanese food is a source of health and longevity, and details how to produce traditional Japanese foods and the healthy substances contained therein. It also highlights asp...
£61.99

Neohelice granulata, a Model Species for Studies on Crustaceans, Volume II

This book condenses more than three decades’ worth of research and published information about the crab Neohelice granulata. It also serves as a reference book for any researcher studying the biology of crustaceans, and even a reference for other disciplines in which the species serves as a representative model. The study will also...
£67.99

Neohelice granulata, a Model Species for Studies on Crustaceans, Volume I

This book condenses more than three decades’ worth of research and published information about the crab Neohelice granulata. It also serves as a reference book for any researcher studying the biology of crustaceans, and even a reference for other disciplines in which the species serves as a representative model. The study will also...
£67.99

The Eco-physiological and Genetic Basis of Invasiveness

The invasion of ecosystems by alien species is a key driver of global environmental change and many invasive plant species attain sufficiently high abundance to alter the structure and function of an ecosystem. This book is the first publication to explain the reasons as to why some alien species undergo a profound shift in their e...
£64.99

Essential Comparative Anatomy

This volume is inspired by the traditions of the oldest biology department in Russia, named after the academician E.N. Pavlovsky, which recently turned 210 years old. Comparative anatomy has been taught at the department since the time of K. Baer, who discovered the mammalian egg and introduced the teaching of comparative anatomy a...
£61.99

Development Engineering

This book details the development and evaluation of technological interventions designed to improve human and economic development within complex, low-resource settings, showing that a solution becomes an innovation when it reaches widespread use. The book shortens the time-gap between development and up-take of the intervention, e...
£61.99

Gemmotherapy, and the Scientific Foundations of a Modern Meristemotherapy

This book reports on the current state of meristemotherapy (also called gemmotherapy or budtherapy) and its possible future directions. Meristemotherapy focuses on the growth of plants, and is based on analytical studies, pre-clinic research, clinical trials and activity tests. The book investigates the determination of preparation...
£74.99
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