This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1989-01-01 edition. Excerpt: ... subject with proper alignment of the planes of section. This will be both expensive and time-consuming; however, at least in selected cases (e.g., cases of aging and dementia with brain atrophy), such an interaction will be essential. More speculative will be the use of MRI to further constrain PET data by defining gray-white matter differences.
Most available literature on cockroaches deals with domestic pests and the half dozen or
so other species that are easily and commonly kept in laboratories and museums. It reflects
the extensive efforts undertaken to find chinks in the armor of problematic cockroaches,
and the fact that certain species are ideal for physiological and behavioral investigations
under controlled conditions. These studies have been summarized in some
excellent books, including those by Guthrie and Tindall (1968), Cornwell (1968),Huber
et al. (1990), Bell and Adiyodi (1982a), and Rust et al. (1995).
Biometrics uses methods for unique recognition of humans based upon one or more
intrinsic physical or behavioral traits. In computer science, particularly, biometrics is
used as a form of identity access management and access control. It is also used to
identify individuals in groups that are under surveillance.
The key objective of the book is to provide comprehensive reference and text on
human authentication and people identity verification from physiological, behavioural
and other points of view (medical biometrics).
Marine birds are equally at home on land, in the air, and in the water. While many organisms can
go from land to water (amphibians, some reptiles, some insects), others generally live in only one
medium during their lives. Marine birds switch from one to the other, often daily. Such flexibility
requires unique physiological and morphological adaptations to the environment, a medium that
has also exerted selective forces on the behavior, ecology, and demography of these birds.
Although metabolites and energy balance have long been known to play roles in the regulation of food intake, the potential role of fatty
acid metabolism in this process has been considered only recently. Fatty acid synthase (FAS) catalyzes the condensation of acetyl-CoA and
malonyl-CoA to generate long-chain fatty acids in the cytoplasm, while the breakdown of fatty acids (h-oxidation) occurs in mitochondria
and is regulated by carnitine palmitoyltransferase-1 (CPT-1), the rate-limiting step for the entry of fatty acids into the mitochondria....
Cell biology studies the structural and physiological properties of cells, including their behaviors, interactions, and environment. This is done on both the microscopic and molecular levels, for single-celled organisms such as bacteria as well as the specialized cells in multicellular organisms such as humans. Understanding the structure and function of cells is fundamental to all of the biological sciences. The similarities and differences between cell types are particularly relevant to molecular biology....
T he science of human nutrition and its applications to health promotion continue to gain momentum. In
the relatively short time since the release of the first edition of this Encyclopedia, a few landmark
discoveries have had a dramatic multiplying effect over nutrition science: the mapping of the human genome,
the links between molecular bioenergetics and lifespan, the influence of nutrients on viral mutation, to name
"This book is a timely collection of reviews of fundamental processes in the compartments and chemical components of the cerebral micro-environments...its contents prove rewarding reading for the neuroclinician." - Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery "The book targets researchers, graduate students, and educators who face constant challenges on how to modify the external environment of a specific neuron in order to obtain specific behavioral results. The author is a credible authority on the subject but I think the scope of the book has an audience beyond that proposed by the author.
The manipulation of human behavior provides The physiological state of the interrogation subject as it, the effects of reduced environmental stimulation on human behavior, the use of drugs in interrogation, physiological responses as a means of evaluating information RC, the potential uses of hypnosis in interrogation, the experimental investigation of interpersonal influence.
To represent the specific behaviors of this reflection,
a schematic model was sought that simultaneously covered
health promotion and the Health Policy for the Elderly,
with a view to adopting actions for greater awareness,
resulting in attitudes of empowerment and suggestions
for gerontogeriatric nursing actions. Nola Penders Health
Promotion Model(10) was used. Through a chart, it
manages to represent the behaviors that can lead to health
Nola Penders Model was developed in the United
States in the 1980s, but was little explored in Brazil.
Virtually every organism serves as the host for a complement of parasites.
Parasitism is so common that it is rare to find classes of animals without
members that have adopted a parasitic mode of living. Evidence gained from
various archeological studies indicates that parasitic diseases existed in
prehistoric human populations. Since there is no evidence to suggest that
our long and intimate association with parasites will ever end, it seems
reasonable to propose that the study of human parasites warrants some
Objectives of Chapter 14: To distinguish between message authentication and entity authentication; to define witnesses used for identification; to discuss some methods of entity authentication using a password; to introduce some challenge-response protocols for entity authentication; to introduce some zero-knowledge protocols for entity authentication; to define biometrics and distinguish between physiological and behavioral techniques.
In order to gain an overview of our planet’s animal diversity,
we humans have developed a scientific classification system,
in which every life form holds an allotted place. Classification
occurs according to universally applicable, internationally
recognized rules established by the Swedish naturalist
Carolus Linnaeus in his famous work Systema Naturae,
published in 1735. Since then, all known living creatures
have been divided into categories according to their different
physiological and behavioral characteristics....
The hypothalamic neuropeptides modulate physiological activity via G pro-tein-coupled receptors (GPCRs). Galanin-like peptide (GALP) is a
60 amino acid neuropeptide that was originally isolated from porcine hypo-thalamus using a binding assay for galanin receptors, which belong to the
The present book is a collection of ten original research articles and reports, associated with selected topics in agricultural chemistry. The discussed issues are organized in four sections: Classification and labeling of active substances in plant protection products, Environmental and stress plant physiology and behavior, Antimicrobial and antioxidant potential of plant extracts, and Pollutants analysis and effects. The information provided in this book should be of interest for academic researchers and for agriculturalists....
ECOLOGY OF INDIVIDUAL INSECTS
THE INDIVIDUAL ORGANISM IS A FUNDAMENTAL unit of ecology. Organisms interact with their environment and affect ecosystem processes largely through their cumulative physiological and behavioral responses to environmental variation. Individual success in ﬁnding and using necessary habitats and resources to gain reproductive advantage determines ﬁtness.
4 Resource Allocation
INSECTS ALLOCATE ACQUIRED RESOURCES IN VARIOUS WAYS, DEPENDING on the energy and nutrient requirements of their physiological and behavioral processes. In addition to basic metabolism, foraging, growth, and reproduction, individual organisms also allocate resources.
Plants are a distinct kingdom of organisms that possess unique properties of
reproduction, development, physiology, and adaptation. Plant diversity refers to the
variety of plants that exist on the Earth. Plants, in order to survive, have to compete
with other plants and organisms in an ecosystem. Over time, they have developed
various characteristics to help them survive, which leads to plant diversity.
A Critical Review of the Effects of Marking on the Biology of Vertebrates
Vertebrates often are marked to facilitate identiﬁcation of free-ranging individual animals or groups for studies of behavior, population biology, and physiology. Marked animals provided data for many of the topics discussed in this volume.
Young women exposed to pregnancy
experience greater likelihood of childbirth-
related morbidity and mortality, with some
countries experiencing mortality rates among
women aged 15 - 19 that are as high as twice
that of women in their 20s or 30s (WHO,
1989). Physiological under-development
increases the likelihood of prolonged or
obstructed labor, which may lead to ruptured
uterus and death for the mother or fetus
(Network, 1994). Negative pregnancy
outcomes also result in part from poor
prenatal health behavior among young adults,
particularly teenage schoolgirls.