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Blue Genes

Blue Genes

Breaking Free from the Chemical Imbalances That Affect Your Moods, Your Mind, Your Life, and Your Loved Ones

  • Author: Paul Meier,Todd Clements,Jean-Luc Betrand,David Mandt, Sr.
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
  • ISBN: 9781414375786
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 216
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Many common psychological problems, such as depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and ADHD, can be linked to chemical imbalances in the brain. Dr. Paul Meier, whose clinic treats thousands of people per week, has written Blue Genes to help find answers for those who struggle. Through fascinating case studies, Dr. Meier shows the dramatic difference counseling and medicine can make. This empowering book addresses how genetics, environment, diet, fitness, and spirituality all affect our minds and our quality of life.

Blue Genes

Blue Genes

Sharing and Conserving the World's Aquatic Biodiversity

  • Author: Brian Harvey
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 1136570861
  • Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • Page: 248
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The advance of genetic sciences has led to a 'blue revolution' in the way we use aquatic biodiversity. By 2020, the world will be eating almost as much farmed as wild fish, marine bacteria could yield the cure for cancer and deep-sea bacteria may be exploited to gobble up oil spills. Science is moving ahead at a staggering speed, and the demand for genetic resources is growing rapidly - yet governance and policy lag far behind. This groundbreaking work is the first to look at the ownership, governance and trade in aquatic genetic resources. Blue Genes describes the growing demand for aquatic genetic resources and the desperate need to fill the policy vacuum about the management and conservation of aquatic biodiversity, which would help create a foundation for rules dictating access to, and use of, aquatic genetic resources. Special attention is paid to indigenous and local people having the right to access these resources and their role in managing and conserving aquatic biodiversity. The book concludes with policy recommendations specifically tailored to aquatic resources, with the use of six case studies from four continents to illustrate key issues.

Blue Genes

Blue Genes

A Memoir of Loss and Survival

  • Author: Christopher Lukas
  • Publisher: Anchor
  • ISBN: 0385528434
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 256
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Christopher (Kit) Lukas’s mother committed suicide when he was a boy. He and his brother, Tony, were not told how she died. No one spoke of the family’s history of depression and bipolar disorder. The brothers grew up to achieve remarkable success; Tony as a gifted journalist (and author of the classic book, Common Ground), Kit as an accomplished television producer and director. After suffering bouts of depression, Kit was able to confront his family’s troubled past, but Tony never seemed to find the contentment Kit had attained–he killed himself in 1997. Written with heartrending honesty, Blue Genes captures the devastation of this family legacy of depression and details the strength and hope that can provide a way of escaping its grasp. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Blue Genes

Blue Genes

  • Author: Castiel Gutierrez
  • Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
  • ISBN: 0244947449
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: N.A
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Max doesn't celebrate his birthday. But, this year his sister, Tori, has thrown him a birthday party and booked a holiday by the sea for the two of them. At the party, Max meets Sam; the two hit it off, becoming close, leading to a display of Transphobia that has become all too common within the LGBT+ Community. [Note: All profits will go to Live Love Laugh Ranting (LLLRanting), a charity dedicated to the LGBT+ community and their mental health]

From First Kicks to First Steps

From First Kicks to First Steps

  • Author: Alan Greene
  • Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
  • ISBN: 007146056X
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Page: 304
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Innovative ways parents can nurture their child's development even before birth Most expectant parents can't wait to get to know the mysterious little person who will be arriving. Now parents can find out what's really going on in there and start nurturing their baby's development during pregnancy with the help of From First Kicks to First Steps. Beautifully written by a pioneering pediatrician, this groundbreaking book focuses on the transition between pregnancy and the first year to help parents give their baby the very best start in life. Dr. Alan Greene answers such common parental concerns as: Do babies dream before birth? What can parents do during pregnancy to help their babies later in life? Can babies become better sleepers even before they're born? Does taking fluoride help or hurt? And much more!

Blue Genes

Blue Genes

  • Author: Val McDermid
  • Publisher: Bywater Books
  • ISBN: 1612940161
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 240
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Making babies becomes a matter of life and death for Manchester's answer to VI Warshawski.

Scientifica

Scientifica

Champions of Science

  • Author: David Sang,Peter Ellis
  • Publisher: Nelson Thornes
  • ISBN: 9780748779963
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 244
  • View: 2179
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This student book covers Levels 4-7 and is structured to match the sequence of the QCA Scheme of Work Units, and the National Framework for Science Guidelines. Each lesson can commence with a really quick starter activity. The teacher support materials, of course provide hundreds more! "Scientifica" aims to provide just the right proportion of 'reading' versus 'doing'. There is enough text on each page for students to develop their literacy skills, but each lesson spread also contains an optional activity or two to access the real experience of Science. Ideas and Evidence articles are presented in each text in a more magazine style.

An Introduction to the Visual System

An Introduction to the Visual System

  • Author: Martin J. Tovée
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • ISBN: 9780521483391
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 202
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In recent years there has been a host of new advances in our understanding of how we see. From molecular genetics come details of the photopigments and the molecular causes of disorders like colour blindness. In-depth analysis has shown how a cell converts light into a neural signal using the photopigments. Traditional techniques of microelectrode recording along with new techniques of functional imaging - such as PET scans - have made it possible to understand how visual information is processed in the brain. This processing results in the single coherent perception of the world we see in our mind s eye . An Introduction to the Visual System provides a concise, but detailed, overview of this field. It is clearly written, and each chapter ends with a helpful key points section. It is ideal for anyone studying visual perception, from the second year of an undergraduate course onwards.

Molecular Biology of B Cells

Molecular Biology of B Cells

  • Author: Michael Reth,Andreas Radbruch,Frederick Alt,Tasuku Honjo,Michael Neuberger
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • ISBN: 9780080479507
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 600
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Molecular Biology of B Cells is a comprehensive reference to how B cells are generated, selected, activated and engaged in antibody production. All these developmental and stimulatory processes are described in molecular and genetic terms to give a clear understanding of complex phenotyes. The molecular basis of many diseases due to B cell abnormality is also discussed. This definitive reference is directed at research level immunologists, molecular biologists and geneticists.

Wild Blue

Wild Blue

A Natural History of the World's Largest Animal

  • Author: Dan Bortolotti
  • Publisher: Macmillan
  • ISBN: 9781429987776
  • Category: Nature
  • Page: 336
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The blue whale holds the title of largest creature that has ever lived, and it may also be the most mysterious. The biggest blue whales can outweigh every player in Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League combined. Their mouths can gulp more than thirteen thousand gallons of seawater. A newborn can be over twenty feet long and gain nearly twenty tons in seven months—about eight pounds per hour. Blue whales emit more powerful sounds than any other animal on earth, though many of their vocalizations are beyond the range of human hearing. Yet nearly everything that we have learned about blue whales has come after humans almost wiped them out from the oceans. A century ago, some three hundred thousand roamed the seas. But in the first decades of the twentieth century, humans hunted and killed 99.9% of them. Their numbers decimated, the species seemed destined for extinction. Only in recent years has the number slowly begun to increase, along with hope for the blue whale's future. Equal parts history and science, Wild Blue is the first comprehensive portrait of the blue whale. It draws upon new findings from scientists who have begun to identify individual blue whales and understand how they dive, how they feed, where they migrate, and why they emit their haunting, low-frequency calls. With deft, poignant writing, Dan Bortolotti gives us the most vibrant, breathtaking view to date of these magnificent creatures.