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Curious Creatures in Zoology

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Rather than a work of science, this richly illustrated volume offers fare for the imagination with its fascinatingly odd menagerie. Historical accounts of centaurs, unicorns, and lesser-known fantastical creatures provide abundant amusement.

Zoology

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Zoology is the story of Henry Elinsky, a college flunk-out who takes a job at the Central Park Zoo and discovers that becoming an adult takes a lot more than just a weekly paycheck. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Basics Of Zoology

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This book is intended for the college level students. This is the most updated book on concepts of Zoology. It emphasize on different new topics recently on discuss. Further this book discuss intricately with illustrations and graphics. The most i

Zoology 101

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When the new zookeeper of a private facility is found dead, Gerri is forced to face who-and what-she really is. But, will she turn her back on her bheast, or finally accept the help it's been offering her all along? Welcome to The

The Iron Law of Zoology

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Best friends Arabella and Elizabeth Ellen have great concerns regarding the direction our country and culture is heading. They need answers. When their attitude changes from Theres nothing I can do to We have to do something, they begin their jour

Curious Creatures in Zoology

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Kosmoautikon: Chill Collected Zoologies

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Why should you read the KOSMOAUTIKON Epic Cycle? 1) KOSMOAUTIKON has information of the long count of the Human Condition. No other work of American literature observes the ancient origins of the human genome. No other poem projects the force of the strong poet into a Space faring civilization. 2) KOSMOAUTIKON does not repeat any modernist clich├ęs. Modernism can only detect modernism. Modern literature can only regurgitate modernist linguistic codices - a fascination with disease, medical mythos, and the omnipotence of laboratory science. KOSMOAUTIKON accuses the madness of this modernist experiment. Instead, KOSMOAUTIKON detects the astral position of the human mind. A story is told that places man in a position of power in relation to the universe. Modernism makes treats men and parasites. In story Theory man is the center of all things, since only the human has a terra- forming mind. 3) KOSMOAUTIKON creates a new linguistic codex to project a new advance in the human Genome. A new linguistic structure must always prepare the way for any human advance. "I had to remove your planet - and then your bones." 4) KOSMOAUTIKON tells the story of Rogue males. Who are our rogue males? Alexander, Christ, Cesar, Dante, Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Caravaggio, Henry VIII, Edward De Vere (Shake-speare), Beethoven, Francis bacon, Oscar Wilde (etc.). Western civilization has been made by rogue males. No other modern text would even dare to discuss the power of the rogue male. Modernism seeks to inoculate, medicate, or incarcerate the rogue male - early. Yet there will be rogues makes again - and they will change the human genome. This is the story of KOSMOAUTIKON Five. 5) There is no other document that contains future speech. No Western person can be educated without first reading KOSMOAUTIKON. Most googled favorite lines from KOSMOAUTIKON: 1) We had to remove your planet - then your bones. 2) Observe my second sweat condense the juice loving bark, my song recovered stitch

Zoology

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Love to work with animals? Want to study them in the wild? Wish you could become a zookeeper? Become a zoologist! Zoology is the study of everything having to do with animals, including how and why they look, act, and behave in their environments

Integrated Principles of Zoology

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Facts101 is your complete guide to Integrated Principles of Zoology. In this book, you will learn topics such as Cells as Units of Life, Cellular Metabolism, Genetics: A Review, and Organic Evolution plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

The Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle

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The Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle Under the Command of Captain Fitzroy, R.N, during the Years 1832 to 1836 is a 5-part book published unbound in nineteen numbers as they were ready, between February 1838 and October 1843. It was written

The Brain as a Computer: International Series of Monographs on Pure and Applied Biology: Zoology

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The Brain as a Computer, Second Edition is a 14-chapter book that outlines the principles of cybernetics in relation to behavior, from the perspective of experimental psychology and neurophysiology. This book begins by describing the main ideas of cybernetics. Subsequent chapters explore cybernetic models, with emphasis on finite automata, and particularly finite automata in logical net form, which seem especially useful to the modeling of behavior. Other chapters summarize learning theory, neurological matters, thinking, perception, and artificial intelligence.

The Uniqueness of Biological Materials: International Series of Monographs in Pure and Applied Biology: Zoology

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The Uniqueness of Biological Materials deals with the unique properties of biological materials, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids and the extent to which this uniqueness is related to the uniqueness of life in general. More specifically, it examines whether the uniqueness of life is inherent in the material of living organisms. This volume is comprised of 32 chapters and begins with an introduction to the nature of biological uniqueness and how it is related to the uniqueness of life by comparing the elemental composition of living organisms with that of their environment. The discussion then turns to the uniqueness of hydrogen and oxygen which make up water; carbon; carbohydrates; and ternary compounds that are more fully oxidized than carbohydrates. Ternary compounds of intermediate grades of reduction are also considered, along with fatty acids and related lipids, paraffins, and olefins and ternary unsaturated compounds. Other biological materials discussed include peptides, proteins, amino acids, and halogens. This book will be of interest to students and practitioners of biology and biochemistry.

Zoologies

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Humans were surrounded by other animals from the beginning of time: they were food, clothes, adversaries, companions, jokes, and gods. And yet, our companions in evolution are leaving the world - both as physical beings and spiritual symbols - and not returning. In this collection of linked essays, Alison Hawthorne Deming asks, and seeks to answer: what does the disappearance of animals mean for human imagination and existence? Moving from mammoth hunts to dying house cats, she explores profound questions about what it means to be animal. What is inherent in animals that leads us to destroy, and what that leads us toward peace? As human animals, how does art both define us as a species and how does it emerge primarily from our relationship with other species? The reader emerges with a transformed sense of how the living world around us has defined and continues to define us in a powerful way.

Zoology

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Zoology is Gillian Clarke's ninth Carcanet collection, following her T.S. Eliot Prize-shortlisted Ice. The collection opens with a glimpse of hare, whose "heartbeat halts at the edge of the lawn", holding us "in t

Elementary Zoology

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It seems to the author that three kinds of work should be included in the elementary study of zoology. These three kinds are: (a) observations in the field covering the habits and behavior of animals and their relations to their physical surroundings

Zoologies

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Humans were surrounded by other animals from the beginning of time: they were food, clothes, adversaries, companions, jokes, and gods. And yet, our companions in evolution are leaving the world - both as physical beings and spiritual symbols - a

Encyclopaedia Of Chordate Zoology

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All beings of the phylum Chordata have branchial clefts in the pharynx, notochord and dorsal neural tube. In chordates the nervous system is dorsal and highly cephalized while in most invertebrates the nervous system is ganglial and ventral. In ve

Zoology

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The contributions to this book are about the zoo and modernity, the fable beasts from Aesop to cartoons, antique imagination about animals, natural histories, the horse's grandeur, bestiaries, designer chicken and swine fever, respect for animals.

A Dictionary of Zoology

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This best-selling dictionary is the most comprehensive and up to date of its kind, containing over 6,000 entries on all aspects of zoology. Complemented by numerous illustrations, it includes terms from the areas of ecology, animal behaviour, evol

Laboratory Exercises in Zoology

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Laboratory Exercises in Zoology serves as a teaching aid for students studying for Advanced level Zoology or Biology. This book provides exercises concerned mainly with physiology and some dissection techniques. Organized into 12 parts, this book begins with an overview of diffusion of molecules or ions from a region of high concentration to a region of relatively low concentration. This text then discusses the breakdown of complex molecules, which is achieved by a series of hydrolyses catalyzed by the digestive enzymes produced by the glandular cells of the digestive system. Other chapters consider the various stages involved in making permanent stained preparations. This book discusses as well the requirements for animals in the laboratory. The final chapter deals with the rate of growth of an organism. This book is a valuable resource for students studying zoology and biology. Teachers and biology laboratory technicians will also find this book extremely useful.
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