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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.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s titles in Life Sciences branch into all areas of this large and dynamic field. Our comprehensive collection has titles on a wide range of relevant topics, including microorganisms, biodynamics, ecology, food science, plant science and nanotechnology. As a whole, the collection is an essential companion to scientists and researchers interest in all areas of the Life Sciences and cognate fields.
The Microbiology and Virology titles at Cambridge Scholars Publishing comprise a wide range of original scientific research on some of the leading subject areas, including microorganisms and their relationship to the earth, microbes, vaccinations, the cultivation of viruses and their genetics and the classification of these viruses. These books will be important to microbiologists and virologists alike, as well as researchers in parallel fields.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s titles on Neuroscience are both original pieces of research from individual scientists and collaborations of leading experts. We publish titles in a range of subject matters, including neurochemistry, experimental psychology, mathematical modelling and the emergent properties of neurons and neural circuits. We also have a growing subset of introductory neuroscience texts that will be essential reading for students and emerging practitioners.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Pharmacology books are an important counterpart to our Pharmaceutical Sciences titles. The Pharmacology collection covers titles on a wide range of subjects, including drug composition and properties, pharmacodynamics, molecular diagnostics, chemical biology and pharmacokinetics. Pharmacists and pharmacologists will find both collections crucial to the refining and development of their professional practice.
Our range of titles on Toxicology at Cambridge Scholars Publishing present original research on a wide range of subjects within this field, such as the adverse effect of chemical compounds in living organisms, the relationship between dosages and effect, and chemical toxicity.
This book explores the potential beneficial health effects of donkey milk, and provides valid scientific evidence for a better appraisal of this product. Milk is the most complete natural food available and is a basic ingredient of the human diet for both children and adults. Milk produced by all mammals contains basically the same nutrients, but considering the differences in nutritional requirements, milk’s chemical composition differs in each mammalian species.The use of donkey milk in human nutrition has been known from the Roman age. Recent clinical trials have tested it as a possible replacement for dairy cows milk in infants affected by cow milk protein allergy. The results have clearly demonstrated that donkey milk’s chemical and nutritional properties are very similar to those determined in human milk.This book will appeal to pediatricians, allergists, and nutritionists, as well as farmers and veterinarians.