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Reversing Disease Naturally: Natural Non-toxic Remedies and Forbidden Cures They Do Not Want You to Know About By Mike Cavalli
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Reversing Disease Naturally uncovers the labyrinth that governments and their agencies have created to protect primarily corporate interests. In this book you will discover the dirty little secrets... More > which cell phone companies want to keep from you, secrets that are making you sick. You will discover the food labelling laws that trick you into believing you are getting what it says on the label, where 'Natural' does not mean as nature intended and 'Meat' does not mean the flesh of an animal - two examples of how the health-conscious shopper is duped. This book will show you in simple terms why you are becoming sick and how you can reverse even the so-called terminal diseases both naturally and safely. For every problem presented in this book one or many exciting solutions will be on offer including forgotten or ‘forbidden’ cures not available to doctors and therapists but still perfectly legal and simple to self-administer at a fraction of the cost of more expensive treatments.< Less
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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This reference work is the most comprehensive and up to date dictionary for invertebrate zoology currently available. The 21,500 entries cover etymology, invertebrate anatomy, biology, reproduction... More > and provide an extensive taxonomic coverage of the 36 invertebrate phyla down to the level of family, including numerous subfamilies and many species that are of particular interest. Invertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation and thus the 704 pages contain many terms that one would normally come across from the related fields of Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Ecology, Earth History, Genetics, Paleontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography. There is also a brief introduction to scientific Latin and Greek and an appendix giving an outline classification of the animal kingdom. This dictionary is the standard reference for students and will also be invaluable for naturalists and all those with an interest in invertebrate zoology. For more details and previews see www.trw-books.com< Less
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology By Tim Williams
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This reference work is the most comprehensive and up to date dictionary for invertebrate zoology currently available. The 21,500 entries cover etymology, invertebrate anatomy, biology, reproduction... More > and provide an extensive taxonomic coverage of the 36 invertebrate phyla down to the level of family, including numerous subfamilies and many species that are of particular interest. Invertebrate zoology is not studied in isolation and thus the 704 pages contain many terms that one would normally come across from the related fields of Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Ecology, Earth History, Genetics, Paleontology, Physiology, Taxonomy and Zoogeography. There is also a brief introduction to scientific Latin and Greek and an appendix giving an outline classification of the animal kingdom. This dictionary is the standard reference for students and will also be invaluable for naturalists and all those with an interest in invertebrate zoology.< Less
“AERO-BACTERIOLOGY OF OCCUPATION ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENT” By Dr. Apurva K. Pathak
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M icroorganisms are ubiquitous in nature; they inhabit soil, water, plant, and animals and sustain their lives on variety of available energy sources. When the growth conditions of these... More > microorganisms in reservoir are favourable, they amplified and disseminated from their habitats to other places. The release of these microorganisms from these reservoirs is either active (self) or passive (environmental factors) in nature. Aerosols formed when the particles of dusts, sprays, mists, smokes and fumes dispersed in gas. When, these organisms as a whole or its parts dispersed in air, known as a primary biological aerosol particles or bioaerosols. The organisms in bioaerosols may be saprophyte, opportunistic or primary pathogens in nature; comprises the agents such as viruses, bacteria, actinomycetes, fungal spores, algae, plant cells, insects, mites, and their fragments, endotoxin from Gram-negative bacteria, mycotoxins and glucans from fungi.< Less
Neuroanatomical studies on brain of Drosophila melanogaster By Shamprasad Varija Raghu
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The olfactory system permits animals to sense a broad spectrum of volatile compounds in the environment. In higher vertebrate olfactory neurons project to the olfactory bulb and terminate in... More > glomeruli. The organization of olfactory pathway in the fly which is also a glomerular antennal lobe is very similar to that of mammals (Jefferis et al., 2001). The antenna and the maxilla palp are the two olfactory organs of insects. The olfactory receptor neurons on the surface of third antennal segment-funiculus and maxillary palp of flies send their axons to the glomeruli of the antennal lobe (Strausfeld, 1976), which is equivalent to the mammalian olfactory bulb (Hildebrand and Shepherd, 1997). In insects, interneurons from antennal lobes called the projection neurons, carry information to higher brain centers - the mushroom body and lateral horn (Stocker et al., 1990). These projection neurons are comparable to mammalian mitral/tufted cells (Jefferis et< Less
Simplification of Everything By Andrew Vecsey
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Analogies understood by children are used to explain difficult concepts. Models and mechanisms are proposed for concepts in sciences and philosophy so that they can be easily visualized and... More > understood. Atoms with their characteristics and their bonds are compared to people. Rocks are compared to baked breads and pastry. Cells are compared to cities. Dreams are compared to de-fragmenting computer memories. Technology is compared to evolution and machines are compared to animals. Physical and social sciences like geology, weather, biology, economics, politics, history psychology, philosophy and religion are simplified in informative and humorous short stories and essays. An audio picture book version is available on www.youtube.com/improvemyenglish. This makes the book a useful tool for improving English vocabulary, even for native English speakers. Over 800 words are indexed for easy finding in English, French, German and Spanish.< Less
GENIE IN THE GENES = GENESIS GENIE GENES By Dr. Will Rogers Masterteacher33
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What is Genesis? Genesis chapters 1 and 2 have been a bit of a mystery in that they appear to be in conflict with one another. However, now that we understand DNA, these two chapters converge into... More > one creation account that is logically and chronologically perfect.What Is a Gene? A gene is a distinct portion of a cell’s DNA which controls a specific trait. ? What Are Chromosomes? Genetic engineering, also called genetic modification, is a process in which genetic material is changed to make possible the production of new substances or new functions to animals, plants or humans using biotechnology. DNA emits electromagnetic signals of its own construction, "ghost DNA" that can be mistaken by enzymes as the real deal and replicated in another place. Essentially, it's DNA teleportation. GENESIS AND YOUR GENES GENETIC ENGINEERING EPIGENETICS GENETIC MODIFICATION GENOME / EPIGENOME BIOGENETICS GENETIC SEQUENCING WAVE GENETICS TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTSGENE RESONANCE MORPHOGENETIC FIELD< Less
Cancer By Raymundo Ramirez
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Cаnсеr iѕ a strange development in the humаn bоdу which eats аwау the bоdу slowly frоm inѕidе. The... More > vеrу wоrd саnсеr strikes tеrrоr intо thе hеаrtѕ оf аlmоѕt еvеrуоnе and mаnу wоn't even tаlk аbоut it. Thiѕ iѕ ѕо dеаdlу a disease thаt реорlе wоuld rаthеr nоt utter its name. But саnсеr соuld bе a part оf оur lifе оr оur lоvеd ones if steps are not taken tо рrеvеnt it. Cаnсеr iѕ a disease thаt оссurѕ in all human аnd animal populations. Cancer соnѕiѕtѕ оf tiѕѕuеѕ having роtеntiаllу dividing сеllѕ. Thiѕ diviѕiоn iѕ nоt thе normal раrt оf metabolism рrосеѕѕ but the cells grоw unсоntrоllаblу аnd аbnоrmаllу. Thеѕе сеllѕ dо not саrrу оut the ѕресifiс bоdу tasks whiсh they dо normally but inѕtеаd ѕimрlу funсtiоn аѕ cancer сеllѕ.< Less
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Cancer Uncensored By Christopher C. Evans
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85% of cancer is preventable. Learn how! Cancer Uncensored is your step-by-step guide to cancer prevention, early detection and cancer survival. Inside Cancer Uncensored, you will discover: 1)... More > Which foods or extracts inhibit or kill cancer cells grown in laboratory studies. 2) Which foods or extracts prevent, inhibit or shrink tumours in animal studies. 3) Which foods or extracts correlate with a reduction in cancer prevalence in human population studies. (Epidemiological studies). 4) Which foods or extracts have been seen to make a difference in human clinical trials. 5) The top things to do to reduce your risk. 6) The top things to avoid to reduce your risk. 7) How to use your psychology in a way shown to increase survival rate. Plus you can learn all about the most promising advances in alternative medicine. With Cancer Uncensored, you ALSO get the A-Z list of anti-cancer superfoods to add to your diet and the step-by-step cheat sheets to make it EASY!< Less

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