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Cracking EAMCET is questions is tricky but easy than it is imagined. Once a student has thorough grip over the subject, then the question paper can be solved with much ease.

By: Javed Shaik l Book Reviews > Biology l May 26, 2012

In 1812, the 'Father of Paleontology', Baron Georges Cuvier, rashly pronounced that 'there is little hope of discovering a new species' of large animals and that naturalists should concentrate on

By: Simon A He l Book Reviews > Biology l Apr 02, 2012
Mike Walley

A Review of the Book - "First Life" Designed to accompany the two-part television series, "David Attenborough's First Life" covers the billions of years of time, leading up to the development of

By: Mike Walley l Book Reviews > Biology l Jan 09, 2012
Alex Zorach

This review examines the book "A Field Guide to Warblers of North America", by Dunn and Garrett, part of the Peterson Field Guide series, commonly referred to as the "Peterson Warblers Guide". This

By: Alex Zorach l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 26, 2011
Alex Zorach

The book Ornithology, by Frank B. Gill, is one of the most widely-used textbooks on the subject of ornithology. This critical book review gives an overview of my experience with this book, and what I

By: Alex Zorach l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 26, 2011
Alex Zorach

This book review of Ecology: The Ascendent Perspective by Robert Ulanowicz highlights both my personal story of reading this book, including how it influenced me as a thinker, and a more professional

By: Alex Zorach l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 25, 2011
Bennie N Winter

Again, we venture into the abstract and into desideratum masking inefficiency in our religious quackery world and in the error-prone world of hierophants. We recommend perusal of this book, an

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Biology l Apr 02, 2011
Laurence Winn

Dorion Sagan's 1990 paperback Biospheres: Reproducing Planet Earth does more than deliver a unique vision of the planet's life support system. It also challenges the traditional view of humanity as

By: Laurence Winn l Book Reviews > Biology l Apr 01, 2011

In the first few chapters the selfish gene is well explained. The mechanism and nature of DNA are the small units that make up our genes that pass through generations of life. The gene is called the

By: Lucy B Stringer l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 26, 2011

Book Review: The Biology of Belief, Unleashing the Power of Consciousness Matter & Miracles by Bruce Lipton. Dr. Bruce Lipton in "The Biology of Belief" states that "every material structure in the

By: Chris E Skippon l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011

Book Review: The Greatest Show on Earth, The Evidence for Evolution by Richard Dawkins. Richard Dawkins most recent book "The Greatest Show on Earth" is a must read if you have to deal with people

By: Lucy L Stains l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011

Many heroes, villains and wars have been created because of monotheism (the belief in the existence of one god), but science and the technologies science produces are used in these wars.

By: Jason B Sanderson l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011

I was not really surprised when I came to know about Mary Roach's latest effort. Mary's books have always been based on extremely curious topics. Mary Roach has yet again proved herself with packing

By: Lucy V Love l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011

In his book, 'Man and his Planet: An Unauthorized History,' James E. Strickling Jr. presents an analysis of a topic that has been debated by scholars, scientists, and religious leaders for

By: Tracy D. Roberts l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 22, 2011
Lance Winslow

So, what keeps you up at night? Yes, a question I was recently asked as a founder of a Think Tank - and in considering this I can say that nothing keeps me from sound sleep, but there are things I am

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 12, 2010
Lance Winslow

To master your mind, you are really going to need to understand the human brain - how it works, why it works, and how come it works so well. For this you are going to need to do quite a bit of

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 12, 2010
Lance Winslow

We seem to have a situation of denial in the US, perhaps it's because we live in such a clean environment with safe fresh water to drink, proper disposal services, and some of the best doctors and

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Nov 20, 2010
Sudhakar Ram

In the very interesting book I'm reading: 'Spontaneous Evolution' by Lipton and Bhaerman. They talk about the organizing principles responsible for the evolution of multi-cellular communities; their

By: Sudhakar Ram l Book Reviews > Biology l Sep 08, 2010
Walt Miller

Dr. Russell L. Blaylock M.D. has written a compelling book detailing the results of numerous studies of the effects of what he calls "excitotoxins" in the brain. "Excitotoxins," such as glutamate

By: Walt Miller l Book Reviews > Biology l Aug 28, 2010
Walt Miller

According to the author, Dr. Blaylock, "Excitotoxins" are special amino acids, such as glutamate and aspartate (which are commonly found in MSG and Nutrasweet). These "Excitotoxins" are added to

By: Walt Miller l Book Reviews > Biology l Aug 28, 2010
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In 1812, the 'Father of Paleontology', Baron Georges Cuvier, rashly pronounced that 'there is little hope of discovering a new species' of large animals and that naturalists should concentrate on

By: Simon A He l Book Reviews > Biology l Apr 02, 2012 lViews: 118 lComments: 0
Javed Shaik

Cracking EAMCET is questions is tricky but easy than it is imagined. Once a student has thorough grip over the subject, then the question paper can be solved with much ease.

By: Javed Shaik l Book Reviews > Biology l May 26, 2012 lViews: 96 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

The book Ornithology, by Frank B. Gill, is one of the most widely-used textbooks on the subject of ornithology. This critical book review gives an overview of my experience with this book, and what I

By: Alex Zorach l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 26, 2011 lViews: 81 lComments: 0
Bennie N Winter

Again, we venture into the abstract and into desideratum masking inefficiency in our religious quackery world and in the error-prone world of hierophants. We recommend perusal of this book, an

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Biology l Apr 02, 2011 lViews: 79 lComments: 0
Laurence Winn

Dorion Sagan's 1990 paperback Biospheres: Reproducing Planet Earth does more than deliver a unique vision of the planet's life support system. It also challenges the traditional view of humanity as

By: Laurence Winn l Book Reviews > Biology l Apr 01, 2011 lViews: 77 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This book review of Ecology: The Ascendent Perspective by Robert Ulanowicz highlights both my personal story of reading this book, including how it influenced me as a thinker, and a more professional

By: Alex Zorach l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 25, 2011 lViews: 75 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This review examines the book "A Field Guide to Warblers of North America", by Dunn and Garrett, part of the Peterson Field Guide series, commonly referred to as the "Peterson Warblers Guide". This

By: Alex Zorach l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 26, 2011 lViews: 73 lComments: 0

Book Review: The Biology of Belief, Unleashing the Power of Consciousness Matter & Miracles by Bruce Lipton. Dr. Bruce Lipton in "The Biology of Belief" states that "every material structure in the

By: Chris E Skippon l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

A Review of the Book - "First Life" Designed to accompany the two-part television series, "David Attenborough's First Life" covers the billions of years of time, leading up to the development of

By: Mike Walley l Book Reviews > Biology l Jan 09, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0

In his book, 'Man and his Planet: An Unauthorized History,' James E. Strickling Jr. presents an analysis of a topic that has been debated by scholars, scientists, and religious leaders for

By: Tracy D. Roberts l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 22, 2011 lViews: 65 lComments: 0

Book Review: The Greatest Show on Earth, The Evidence for Evolution by Richard Dawkins. Richard Dawkins most recent book "The Greatest Show on Earth" is a must read if you have to deal with people

By: Lucy L Stains l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

I was not really surprised when I came to know about Mary Roach's latest effort. Mary's books have always been based on extremely curious topics. Mary Roach has yet again proved herself with packing

By: Lucy V Love l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Walt Miller

According to the author, Dr. Blaylock, "Excitotoxins" are special amino acids, such as glutamate and aspartate (which are commonly found in MSG and Nutrasweet). These "Excitotoxins" are added to

By: Walt Miller l Book Reviews > Biology l Aug 28, 2010 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

In the first few chapters the selfish gene is well explained. The mechanism and nature of DNA are the small units that make up our genes that pass through generations of life. The gene is called the

By: Lucy B Stringer l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 26, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

Many heroes, villains and wars have been created because of monotheism (the belief in the existence of one god), but science and the technologies science produces are used in these wars.

By: Jason B Sanderson l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Walt Miller

Dr. Russell L. Blaylock M.D. has written a compelling book detailing the results of numerous studies of the effects of what he calls "excitotoxins" in the brain. "Excitotoxins," such as glutamate

By: Walt Miller l Book Reviews > Biology l Aug 28, 2010 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

So, what keeps you up at night? Yes, a question I was recently asked as a founder of a Think Tank - and in considering this I can say that nothing keeps me from sound sleep, but there are things I am

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 12, 2010 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

We seem to have a situation of denial in the US, perhaps it's because we live in such a clean environment with safe fresh water to drink, proper disposal services, and some of the best doctors and

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Nov 20, 2010 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

It's amazing that so few people understand the human body, especially considering that they live within it. It's perhaps the only thing you can truly say that you completely own. Many kids in school

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Sep 20, 2008 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

To master your mind, you are really going to need to understand the human brain - how it works, why it works, and how come it works so well. For this you are going to need to do quite a bit of

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 12, 2010 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
1 2|  
Bennie N Winter

Again, we venture into the abstract and into desideratum masking inefficiency in our religious quackery world and in the error-prone world of hierophants. We recommend perusal of this book, an

By: Bennie N Winter l Book Reviews > Biology l Apr 02, 2011 lViews: 79 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

So, what keeps you up at night? Yes, a question I was recently asked as a founder of a Think Tank - and in considering this I can say that nothing keeps me from sound sleep, but there are things I am

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 12, 2010 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

To master your mind, you are really going to need to understand the human brain - how it works, why it works, and how come it works so well. For this you are going to need to do quite a bit of

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 12, 2010 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

We seem to have a situation of denial in the US, perhaps it's because we live in such a clean environment with safe fresh water to drink, proper disposal services, and some of the best doctors and

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Nov 20, 2010 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

As mankind unlocks all the secrets of our DNA, and learns how to use nanotechnology to genetically engineer humans the potential is unlimited. We will be able to enhance our muscles, brains, and

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Nov 26, 2009 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Perhaps you have considered the complexity of the human brain and how incredible this biological marvel really is. If you consider all the interwoven systems that allow the human body to work to

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Sep 21, 2008 lViews: 36 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

It's amazing that so few people understand the human body, especially considering that they live within it. It's perhaps the only thing you can truly say that you completely own. Many kids in school

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Biology l Sep 20, 2008 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

A Review of the Book - "First Life" Designed to accompany the two-part television series, "David Attenborough's First Life" covers the billions of years of time, leading up to the development of

By: Mike Walley l Book Reviews > Biology l Jan 09, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This review examines the book "A Field Guide to Warblers of North America", by Dunn and Garrett, part of the Peterson Field Guide series, commonly referred to as the "Peterson Warblers Guide". This

By: Alex Zorach l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 26, 2011 lViews: 73 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

The book Ornithology, by Frank B. Gill, is one of the most widely-used textbooks on the subject of ornithology. This critical book review gives an overview of my experience with this book, and what I

By: Alex Zorach l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 26, 2011 lViews: 81 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This book review of Ecology: The Ascendent Perspective by Robert Ulanowicz highlights both my personal story of reading this book, including how it influenced me as a thinker, and a more professional

By: Alex Zorach l Book Reviews > Biology l Dec 25, 2011 lViews: 75 lComments: 0
Laurence Winn

Dorion Sagan's 1990 paperback Biospheres: Reproducing Planet Earth does more than deliver a unique vision of the planet's life support system. It also challenges the traditional view of humanity as

By: Laurence Winn l Book Reviews > Biology l Apr 01, 2011 lViews: 77 lComments: 0

In his book, 'Man and his Planet: An Unauthorized History,' James E. Strickling Jr. presents an analysis of a topic that has been debated by scholars, scientists, and religious leaders for

By: Tracy D. Roberts l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 22, 2011 lViews: 65 lComments: 0

Book Review: The Biology of Belief, Unleashing the Power of Consciousness Matter & Miracles by Bruce Lipton. Dr. Bruce Lipton in "The Biology of Belief" states that "every material structure in the

By: Chris E Skippon l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0

Book Review: The Greatest Show on Earth, The Evidence for Evolution by Richard Dawkins. Richard Dawkins most recent book "The Greatest Show on Earth" is a must read if you have to deal with people

By: Lucy L Stains l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

Many heroes, villains and wars have been created because of monotheism (the belief in the existence of one god), but science and the technologies science produces are used in these wars.

By: Jason B Sanderson l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

I was not really surprised when I came to know about Mary Roach's latest effort. Mary's books have always been based on extremely curious topics. Mary Roach has yet again proved herself with packing

By: Lucy V Love l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Navodita Maurice

The stick insects are frequently designated as the 'walking sticks'. They are herbivorous and prefer to feed on leafs of plants only. they may be green or white in color small to large in size. They

By: Navodita Maurice l Book Reviews > Biology l May 21, 2009 lViews: 42 lComments: 0

In 1812, the 'Father of Paleontology', Baron Georges Cuvier, rashly pronounced that 'there is little hope of discovering a new species' of large animals and that naturalists should concentrate on

By: Simon A He l Book Reviews > Biology l Apr 02, 2012 lViews: 118 lComments: 0

In the first few chapters the selfish gene is well explained. The mechanism and nature of DNA are the small units that make up our genes that pass through generations of life. The gene is called the

By: Lucy B Stringer l Book Reviews > Biology l Feb 26, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
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