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Editors: G. W. A. Dummer and J. Mackenzie Robertson
出版情報: Oxford : Pergamon Press, c1968  xxvii, 831 p ; 28 cm
シリーズ名: Pergamon electronics data series
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永吉浩 [ほか] 共著
出版情報: 東京 : 日新出版, 2002.4  ii, 221p ; 21cm
シリーズ名: 実用理工学入門講座
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Stephen Wolfram
出版情報: Champaign, IL : Wolfram Media, c2002  xiv, 1197 p. ; 25 cm
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J. Michael Barry
出版情報: New York : Taylor & Francis, c2002  vii, 163 p. ; 23 cm
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Growth of an Embryo is Founded on Repeated Cell Division / 1:
How an Embryo Acquires the Correct Shape as its Cells Divide / 2:
How Differences in Molecular Composition Between Embryonic Cells Originate / 3:
Signal Molecules Induce Changes in Cell Composition Throughout Vertebrate Development / 4:
Differences in Embryonic Cell Composition Result from Activation of Different Genes / 5:
Experiments of Drosophila Reveal that Specific Transcription Factors are Keys that Unlock Embryonic Genes / 6:
Growth of an Embryo is Founded on Repeated Cell Division / 1:
How an Embryo Acquires the Correct Shape as its Cells Divide / 2:
How Differences in Molecular Composition Between Embryonic Cells Originate / 3:
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edited by Bhanu P. Jena, J.K. Heinrich Hörber
出版情報: San Diego ; Tokyo : Academic Press, c2002  xiv, 415 p., [22] p. of plates ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Methods in cell biology / edited by David M. Prescott ; v. 68
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Contributors
Preface
Local Probe Techniques / J. K. Heinrich Horber1.:
Introduction / I.:
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy / II.:
Atomic Force Microscopy / III.:
Force Spectroscopy / IV.:
Photonic Force Microscopy / V.:
References
The Atomic Force Microscope in the Study of Membrane Fusion and Exocytosis / Bhanu P. Jena ; Sang-Joon Cho2.:
Methods
AFM Studies on Live Cells
Identification of New Plasma Membrane Structures Involved in Exocytosis
Future of AFM in the Study of Live Cells
Atomic Force Microscope Imaging of Cells and Membranes / Eric Lesniewska ; Pierre Emmanuel Milhiet ; Marie-Cecile Giocondi ; Christian Le Grimellec3.:
AFM Equipment
AFM Operating Modes
Requirements for the Imaging of Intact Cells
Imaging of Cells
Imaging of Isolated Membranes / VI.:
Conclusion and Perspectives / VII.:
Measuring the Elastic Properties of Living Cells by the Atomic Force Microscope / Manfred Radmacher4.:
Principles of Measurement
Application to Cells
Mechanics of Cellular Dynamics
Summary
Cell Adhesion Measured by Force Spectroscopy on Living Cells / Martin Benoit5.:
Instrumentation
Preparations of the Force Sensor for Measurements with Living Cells
Cell Culture
Final Remarks
Molecular Recognition Studies Using the Atomic Force Microscope / Peter Hinterdorfer6.:
Experimental Approach
Dynamic Force Spectroscopy
Recognition Imaging
The Biophysics of Sensory Cells of the Inner Ear Examined by Atomic Force Microscopy and Patch Clamp / Matthias G. Langer ; Assen Koitschev7.:
Morphology and Function of Cochlear Hair Cells
AFM Technology
Applications
Discussion
Outlook
Biotechnological Applications of Atomic Force Microscopy / Guillaume Charras ; Petri Lehenkari ; Mike Horton8.:
Analysis
Application Examples
Future Directions and Improvements
Cellular Membranes Studied by Photonic Force Microscopy / Arnd Pralle ; Ernst-Ludwig Florin9.:
Experimental Considerations
Methods for Biological Probe Microscopy in Aqueous Fluids / Johannes H. Kindt ; John C. Sitko ; Lia I. Pietrasanta ; Emin Oroudjev ; Nathan Becker ; Mario B. Viani ; Helen G. Hansma10.:
Substrates/Surfaces
Basic Methods for Atomic Force Microscopy in Aqueous Fluids
Molecular Force Probing
Advanced Fluid Handling
Conclusion
Supported Lipid Bilayers as Effective Substrates for Atomic Force Microscopy / Daniel M. Czajkowsky ; Zhifeng Shao11.:
Preparation of the Supported Bilayer Substrates
Examples of Applications
Cryo-Atomic Force Microscopy / Sitong Sheng12.:
Designs and Instrumentation
Applications in Structural Biology
Deep Etching as the Preferred Sample Preparation Method
New Directions
Conformations, Flexibility, and Interactions Observed on Individual Membrane Proteins by Atomic Force Microscopy / Daniel J. Muller ; Andreas Engel13.:
High-Resolution AFM Imaging
Identification of Membrane Proteins
Observing the Oligomerization of Membrane Proteins
Unraveling the Conformational Variability of Membrane Proteins
Comparing AFM Topographs to Atomic Models
Conformational Changes of Native Membrane Proteins
Observing the Assembly of Membrane Proteins / VIII.:
Detecting Intra- and Intermolecular Forces of Proteins / IX.:
Conclusions and Perspectives / X.:
Single-Molecule Force Measurements / Aileen Chen ; Vincent T. Moy14.:
Experimental Design
Forced Unfolding of Single Proteins / S. M. Altmann ; P.-F. Lenne15.:
The Biological System
Forced Unfolding
Models
Conclusions and Prospects
Appendices
Developments in Dynamic Force Microscopy and Spectroscopy / A. D. L. Humphris ; M. J. Miles16.:
Active Q Control
Application of Active Q-Control AFM
Transverse Dynamic Force Techniques
Conclusions
Scanning Force Microscopy Studies on the Structure and Dynamics of Single DNA Molecules / Giampaolo Zuccheri ; Bruno Samori17.:
The Control of Adsorption of DNA on Surfaces
Air Imaging of DNA: Which Present, Which Future?
Imaging DNA in Fluid
DNA Manipulation with the SFM: The Controlled Dissection of DNA
The Study of DNA Conformations and Mechanics: Curvature and Flexibility
An Interesting Issue: The Shape of Supercoiled DNA
Index
Volumes in Series
Contributors
Preface
Local Probe Techniques / J. K. Heinrich Horber1.:
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Roger Scruton
出版情報: Oxford ; Tokyo : Oxford University Press, 2002, c1986  129 p. ; 18 cm
シリーズ名: Very short introductions ; 70
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Preface
Abbreviations
List of illustrations
Life and character / 1:
Background / 2:
God / 3:
Man / 4:
Freedom / 5:
The body politic / 6:
Spinoza's legacy / 7:
Further reading
Glossary
Index
Preface
Abbreviations
List of illustrations
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V. M. Zhdanov
出版情報: London : Taylor & Francis, c2002  xi, 277 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface
Introduction
Kinetic Equation / 1:
Distribution function and macroscopic parameters of plasma / 1.1:
Boltzmann's kinetic equation / 1.2:
Effective cross sections / 1.3:
The collision integral for charged particles / 1.4:
Transport Equations / 2:
General transport equation / 2.1:
Conservation equations / 2.2:
Entropy balance equation / 2.3:
Multitemperature and multifluid models of plasma / 2.4:
Nonequilibrium thermodynamics of a multicomponent plasma / 2.5:
Quasihydrodynamic Approach / 3:
Average transfer of momentum and energy in collisions / 3.1:
Generalized Ohm's law for a partially ionized three-component plasma / 3.2:
The formal solution of the equations of multicomponent diffusion in a plasma / 3.3:
Generalized Ohm's law for a multicomponent plasma / 3.4:
Diffusion in a weakly ionized gas / 3.5:
Transverse transport of particles in a magnetized plasma / 3.6:
Grad's Method / 4:
Expansion of the distribution function / 4.1:
13N-moment approximation / 4.2:
Linear transport relations / 4.3:
One-temperature plasma / 4.4:
Two-temperature plasma / 4.5:
Higher approximations of the moment method / 4.6:
Relation to the results of the Chapman--Enskog method / 4.7:
Transport Phenomena in a Multicomponent Gas Mixture / 5:
Original system of equations / 5.1:
Viscous-stress tensor and heat flux / 5.2:
Diffusion in a multicomponent mixture / 5.3:
Barodiffusion in a viscous flow / 5.4:
Entropy production. Generalized nonequilibrium thermodynamics of a gas mixture / 5.5:
Transport Phenomena in a Multispecies Plasma / 6:
Multispecies nonisothermal plasma in the magnetic field / 6.1:
Separation of equations for electrons and heavy particles. Electron transport properties / 6.2:
Higher approximations / 6.3:
Two-temperature Partially Ionized Gas / 7:
Viscous-stress tensor / 7.1:
Heat flux / 7.2:
Diffusion fluxes / 7.3:
Multispecies Fully Ionized Plasma / 8:
Original equations / 8.1:
Transport phenomena in a simple plasma / 8.2:
Transverse transport in a magnetized plasma / 8.3:
Longitudinal constituents of the friction forces and heat fluxes. Longitudinal viscosity / 8.4:
Diffusion and heat transfer in toroidal systems in Pfirsch--Schluter regime / 8.5:
Some Practical Applications / 9:
Electrical conductivity of the MHD generator plasma / 9.1:
Separation of the mixture species in a rotating plasma / 9.2:
Temperature screening of impurities in a fully ionized multispecies plasma / 9.3:
Radial particle and heat fluxes of the impurities in Pfirsch--Schluter regime / 9.4:
Transport Phenomena in a Polyatomic Gas Mixture / 10:
Macroscopic parameters and conservation equations for a polyatomic gas mixture / 10.1:
Expansion of the distribution function and the transport equations / 10.3:
Transport and relaxation phenomena in a pure polyatomic gas / 10.4:
Two-temperature approximation. Relaxation equation of internal energy / 10.5:
Estimates of contributions of inelastic collisions to kinetic coefficients / 10.6:
Thermal conductivity of molecular gases / 10.7:
Transport phenomena in a polyatomic gas mixture / 10.8:
Energy relaxation and volume viscosity of a mixture / 10.9:
Appendices
General system of moment equations / A1:
Values of partial bracket integrals in terms of integrals [Omega superscript lr subscript alpha beta] / A2:
Expressions for the elements q[superscript nk] and p[superscript nk] / A3:
References
Index
Preface
Introduction
Kinetic Equation / 1:
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Katsuhiko Ogata
出版情報: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, c2002  xi, 964 p. ; 24 cm
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Introduction to Control Systems / 1:
Examples of Control Systems
Closed-Loop Control versus Open-Loop Control
Outline of the Book
The Laplace Transform / 2:
Review of Complex Variables and Complex Functions
Laplace Transformation
Laplace Transform Theorems
Inverse Laplace Transformation
Partial-Fraction Expansion with MATLAB
Solving Linear, Time-Invariant, Differential Equations
Mathematical Modeling of Dynamic Systems / 3:
Transfer Function and Impulse-Response Function
Automatic Control Systems
Modeling in State Space
State-Space Representation of Dynamic Systems
Transformation of Mathematical Models with MATLAB
Mechanical Systems
Electrical and Electronic Systems
Signal Flow Graphs
Linearization of Nonlinear Mathematical Models
Mathematical Modeling of Fluid Systems and Thermal Systems / 4:
Liquid-Level Systems
Pneumatic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
Thermal Systems
Transient and Steady-State Response Analyses / 5:
First-Order Systems
Second-Order Systems
Higher-Order Systems
Transient-Response Analysis with MATLAB
An Example Problem Solved with MATLAB
Routh's Stability Criterion
Effects of Integral and Derivative Control Actions on System Performance
Steady-State Errors in Unity-Feedback Control Systems
Root-Locus Analysis / 6:
Root-Locus Plots
Summary of General Rules for Constructing Root Loci
Root-Locus Plots with MATLAB
Positive-Feedback Systems
Conditionally Stable Systems
Root Loci for Systems with Transport Lag
Control Systems Design by the Root-Locus Method / 7:
Preliminary Design Considerations
Lead Compensation
Lag Compensation
Lag-Lead Compensation
Parallel Compensation
Frequency-Response Analysis / 8:
Bode Diagrams
Plotting Bode Diagrams with MATLAB
Polar Plots
Drawing Nyquist Plots with MATLAB
Log-Magnitude-versus-Phase Plots
Nyquist Stability Criterion
Stability Analysis
Relative Stability
Closed-Loop Frequency Response of Unity-Feedback Systems
Experimental Determination of Transfer Functions
Control Systems Design by Frequency Response / 9:
Concluding Comments
PID Controls and Two-Degrees-of-Freedom Control Systems / 10:
Tuning Rules for PID Controllers
Computational Approach to Obtain Optimal Sets of Parameter Values
Modifications of PID Control Schemes
Two-Degrees-of-Freedom Control
Zero-Placement Approach to Improve Response Characteristics
Analysis of Control Systems in State Space / 11:
State-Space Representations of Transfer-Function Systems
Transformation of System Models with MATLAB
Solving the Time-Invariant State Equation
Some Useful Results in Vector-Matrix Analysis
Controllability
Observability
Design of Control Systems in State Space / 12:
Pole Placement
Solving Pole-Placement Problems with MATLAB
Design of Servo Systems
State Observers
Design of Regulator Systems with Observers
Design of Control Systems with Observers
Quadratic Optimal Regulator Systems
References
Index
Introduction to Control Systems / 1:
Examples of Control Systems
Closed-Loop Control versus Open-Loop Control
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医薬品副作用被害救済・研究振興調査機構[編]
出版情報: [東京] : 医薬品副作用被害救済・研究振興調査機構, 2001.3-  冊 ; 30cm
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(平成9年度採択)
   [感染症関係]
   ○山本 達男 (新潟大学大学院医歯学総合研究科)
   60Co照射による新しい粘膜免疫型経口不活性化ワクチンの開発と新興腸管病原菌 (特に新型コレラ菌0139)の制御への応用 3
   ○田代 眞人 (国立感染症研究所)
   21世紀への新しいウイルスワクチン開発に関する基礎研究 31
   ○小俣 政男 (東京大学大学院医学系研究科)
   C型肝炎ウイルス増殖機構の解明とその制御法開発の基礎的研究 51
   [がん関係]
   ○石川 冬木 (東京大学大学院生命理工学研究科)
   テロメレース阻害剤による癌との共生をめざした新しい抗腫瘍療法の開発に関する研究 91
   ○正岡 徹 (大阪府立成人病センター)
   がんの免疫療法の開発に関する基礎的研究 111
   [循環器疾患関係]
   ○山田 信博 (筑波大学臨床医学系)
   発生工学的手法による循環器疾患病態モデル動物の開発及びその病態と治療に関する基礎的研究 141
   ○寒川 賢治 (国立循環器病センター)
   血管系病変の発症と修復の基盤となる新しい情報伝達系の分子機構の解明 177
   ○永井 良三 (東京大学大学院医学系研究科)
   循環器疾患における老化抑制遺伝子 klotho の病態生理学的意義の解明と診断・治療法開発への応用に関する研究 217
   [難治性稀少性疾患関係]
   ○高坂 新一 (国立精神・神経センター)
   神経変性疾患の予防と治療に向けたミクログリア活性化機構の解明 241
   ○坂口 志文 (京都大学再生医科学研究所)
   新しい動物モデルを用いた膠原病の原因・発症機構の基礎的研究 277
   [新医薬品開発技術関係]
   ○橋本 祐一 (東京大学分子細胞生物学研究所)
   コンピュータ分子設計法の高度化とその有効性の実験的(核内レセプターリガンドの設計による)検証 301
   ○井上 達 (国立医薬品食品衛生研究所)
   医薬品の安全性・有効性を評価するためのヒト型試験系の開発に資する基礎的研究 327
   [医療機器関係]
   ○松田 武久 (九州大学大学院医学研究院)
   自己化を獲得する機能組織の再生技術に関する研究 355
   ○荒井 賢一 (東北大学電気通信研究所)
   生体内で自律動作可能な医用インテリジェント磁気マイクロロボット開発のための総合的基礎研究 387
   ○畑村 洋太郎 (東京大学大学院工学系研究科)
   臨床医の求める先駆的医療用ツール群およびそれらに必要な微細加工技術の開発 409
(平成10年度採択)
   [構造生物学関係]
   ○田嶋 正二 (大阪大学質研究所)
   脳神経疾患と癌の治療法開発に向けた蛋白質の構造生物学的研究 435
(平成9年度採択)
   [感染症関係]
   ○山本 達男 (新潟大学大学院医歯学総合研究科)
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Patrick D.T. O'Connor with David Newton, Richard Bromley
出版情報: Chichester, England : Wiley, c2002  xxvi, 513 p. ; 26 cm
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Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to Third Edition Revised
Preface to Fourth Edition
Acknowledgements
Notation and Definitions
Introduction to Reliability Engineering / 1:
What is Reliability Engineering?
Why Teach Reliability Engineering?
Why do Engineering Items Fail?
Probabilistic Reliability
Repairable and Non-repairable Items
The Pattern of Failures with Time (Non-repairable Items)
The Pattern of Failures with Time (Repairable Items)
The Development of Reliability Engineering
Courses, Conferences and Literature
Organizations Involved in Reliability Work
Reliability as an Effectiveness Parameter
Reliability Programme Activities
Reliability Economics and Management
Bibliography
Questions
Reliability Mathematics / 2:
Introduction
Variation
Probability Concepts
Rules of Probability
Continuous Variation
Continuous Distribution Functions
Summary of Continuous Statistical Distributions
Variation in Engineering
Discrete variation
Statistical Confidence
Statistical Hypothesis Testing
Non-parametric Inferential Methods
Goodness of Fit
Series of Events (Point Processes)
Computer Software for Statistics
Practical Conclusions
Probability Plotting / 3:
Ranking of Data
Probability Plotting Techniques
Lognormal Probability Plots
Weibull Probability Plots
Extreme Value Probability Plotting
Hazard Plotting
Choosing the Distribution and Assessing the Results
Probability Plotting for Binomial Data
Conclusions
Load-strength Interference / 4:
Distributed Load and Strength
Analysis of Load-strength Interference
Effect of Safety Margin and Loading Roughness on Reliability (Multiple Load Applications)
Practical Aspects
Statistical Experiments / 5:
Statistical Design of Experiments and Analysis of Variance
Non-parametric Methods
Randomizing the Data
Engineering Interpretation of Results
The Taguchi Method
Evolutionary Operation
Reliability Prediction and Modelling / 6:
Fundamental Limitations of Reliability Prediction
Reliability Databases
The Practical Approach
Systems Reliability Models
Availability of Repairable Systems
Modular Design
Block Diagram Analysis
Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
Petri Nets
State-space Analysis (Markov Analysis)
Monte Carlo Simulation
Reliability Apportionment
Standard Methods for Reliability Prediction and Modelling
Reliability in Design / 7:
Computer-aided Engineering
Environments
Design Analysis Methods
Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
Load-strength Analysis (LSA)
Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
Reliability Predictions for FMECA
Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOPS)
Parts, Materials and Processes (PMP) Review
Non-material Failure Modes
Human Reliability
Design Analysis for Processes
Critical Items List
Summary
Management of Design Review
Configuration Control
Reliability of Mechanical Components and Systems / 8:
Mechanical Stress, Strength and Fracture
Fatigue
Creep
Wear
Corrosion
Vibration and Shock
Temperature Effects
Materials
Components
Processes
Electronic Systems Reliability / 9:
Reliability of Electronic Components
Component Types and Failure Mechanisms
Summary of Device Failure Modes
Circuit and System Aspects
Electronic System Reliability Prediction
Reliability in Electronic System Design
Parameter Variation and Tolerances
Design for Production, Test and Maintenance
Bibliographry
Software Reliability / 10:
Software in Engineering Systems
Software Errors
Preventing Errors
Software Structure and Modularity
Programming Style
Fault Tolerance
Redundancy/Diversity
Languages
Data Reliability
Software Checking
Software Design Analysis Methods
Software Testing
Error Reporting
Software Reliability Prediction and Measurement
Hardware/Software Interfaces
Reliability Testing / 11:
Planning Reliability Testing
Test Environments
Testing for Reliability and Durability: Accelerated Test
Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action Systems (FRACAS)
Analysing Reliability Data / 12:
Pareto Analysis
Accelerated Test Data Analysis
Reliability Analysis of Repairable Systems
CUSUM Charts
Exploratory Data Analysis and Proportional Hazards Modelling
Reliability Demonstration
Combining Results Using Bayesian Statistics
Reliability Growth Monitoring
Making Reliability Grow
Reliability in Manufacture / 13:
Control of Production Variability
Control of Human Variation
Acceptance Sampling
Improving the Process
Quality Control in Electronics Production
Stress Screening
Production Failure Reporting Analysis and Corrective Action System (FRACAS)
Maintainability, Maintenance and Availability / 14:
Maintenance Time Distributions
Preventive Maintenance Strategy
FMECA and FTA in Maintenance Planning
Maintenance Schedules
Technology Aspects
Calibration
Maintainability Prediction
Maintainability Demonstration
Design for Maintainability
Integrated Logistic Support
Reliability Management / 15:
Corporate Policy for Reliability
Integrated Reliability Programmes
Reliability and Costs
Safety and Product Liability
Standards for Reliability, Quality and Safety
Specifying Reliability
Contracting for Reliability Achievement
Managing Lower-Level Suppliers
The Reliability Manual
The Project Reliability Plan
Use of External Services
Customer Management of Reliability
Selecting and Training for Reliability
Organization for Reliability
Managing Production Quality
Quality Audit
Quality Management Approaches
Choosing the Methods: Strategy and Tactics
Conclusions: Greed, Fear and Freedom
The Standard Cumulative Normal Distribution Function / Appendix 1:
Values of y = exp (- x) / Appendix 2:
Percentiles of the X[superscript 2] Distribution / Appendix 3:
Values of the F-distribution / Appendix 4:
Kolmogorov-Smirnov Tables / Appendix 5:
Rank Tables (Median, 5%, 95%) / Appendix 6:
Matrix Algebra Revision / Appendix 7:
Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action System (FRACAS) / Appendix 8:
Reliability, Maintainability (and Safety) Plan Example / Appendix 9:
Index
Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the Third Edition
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Wim Magnus, Wim Schoenmaker
出版情報: Berlin : Springer, c2002  xvii, 270 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Springer series in solid-state sciences ; 137
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edited by Dennis A. Hansell, Craig A. Carlson
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Tokyo : Academic Press, c2002  xxii, 774 p., [10] p. of plates ; 24 cm
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sponsored by the Army Materials and Mechanics Research Center, Watertown, Massachusetts ; editors, John J. Burke, Alvin E. Gorum, Arum Tarpinian
出版情報: Chestnut Hill, Mass. : Brook Hill Pub., c1976  xi, 647 p. ; 24 cm
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edited by Malcolm Slaughter
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Anatomy of the Nervous System / 1:
Cell Biology of the Nervous System / 2:
Nervous System Cell Biology / 3:
Neuronal Signaling / 4:
Synaptic Transmission / 5:
Neurotransmitters / 6:
Sensory Signals / 7:
Neural Control of Motor Activities / 8:
Control of Rhythmic Activity / 9:
Cortical Control of Movement / 10:
Motion and Motivation: The Nigrostriatal and Limbic Systems / 11:
Neuroplasticity: The Visual Cortex / 12:
Memory Mechanisms / 13:
Cognition / 14:
Sleep and Wakefulness / 15:
Viral Effects on the Nervous System / 16:
Anatomy of the Nervous System / 1:
Cell Biology of the Nervous System / 2:
Nervous System Cell Biology / 3:
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Committee on Watershed Management, Water Science and Technology Board, Commission on Geosciences, Environment, and Resources, National Research Council
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edited by Jack W. Friedman, Harry G. Rice and Gerald Mcginty ; RCA Institutes, Inc.
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Lilianna Solnica-Krezel (ed.)
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Germ Layer Formation and Early Patterning / I.:
Formation and Patterning Roles of the Yolk Syncytial Layer / Takuya Sakaguchi ; Toshiro Mizuno ; Hiroyuki Takeda
Introduction / 1:
Formation of the YSL / 2:
Epibolic Movement and the YSL / 3:
Dorsal Determinants in Teleost Yolk Cell / 4:
Determinants Function in the YSL and Dorsal Blastomeres / 5:
The Role of the YSL in Mesoderm and Endoderm Formation / 6:
Localized Inducing Activities Within the YSL / 7:
Is Visceral Endoderm in Mammal Equivalent to Teleost YSL? / 8:
Searching for Genes Specifically Expressed in the YSL / 9:
Mesoderm Induction and Patterning / David Kimelman ; Alexander F. Schier
The Origin of Mesoderm
Induction of Mesoderm by Intercellular Signals
Nodal Signaling
Dorsal-Ventral Patterning of the Mesoderm
Anterior-Posterior Patterning of the Mesoderm
Wnt Signals in Mesoderm Patterning
Future Directions
The Guts of Endoderm Formation / Rachel M. Warga ; Didier Y. R. Stainier
Endoderm Formation During the Blastula Period
Location of Endodermal Progenitors / 1.1:
Early Topographic Map of Endodermal Organs / 1.2:
Organs of Ambiguity: the Hypochord and Forerunner Cells / 1.3:
Cell Behavior of Endodermal Progenitors / 1.4:
Genes Involved in Endoderm Formation / 1.5:
The Nodal Factors and Cofactors: Cyclops, Squint, and One-Eyed Pinhead / 1.6:
Nodal Versus Bmp Activity / 1.7:
Nodal-Independent, Oep-Dependent Cell Motility / 1.8:
Oep as a Component of EGF Signaling / 1.8.1:
Effectors of Nodal Signaling: Casanova, Bonnie and Clyde, and Faust / 1.9:
The Endodermal Phenotypes of cas, bon and fau Mutants and the Expression of These Genes in the Blastula / 1.9.1:
Cas Is Sufficient To Convert Mesoderm into Endoderm / 1.9.2:
A Molecular Pathway Leading to Endoderm Formation / 1.10:
Endoderm Formation During the Gastrula Period
Formation of the Endodermal Layer / 2.1:
Spatial Allocation of Endodermal Precursors / 2.2:
Genes Involved in Endoderm Formation: cas, bon, and fau Revisited / 2.3:
Cas May Regulate sox17 Directly / 2.3.1:
The Fox/Forkhead Transcription Factors / 2.3.2:
Other Genes Expressed in the Endoderm / 2.3.3:
Regional Expression in the Endoderm at the End of Gastrulation / 2.4:
Further Thoughts on Endodermal Patterning / 2.5:
Pharyngeal Pouch Endoderm Versus Digestive Tract Endoderm
Conclusions and Prospects
Organizer Formation and Function / Masahiko Hibi ; Toshio Hirano ; Igor B. Dawid
Dorsal Determinants and the Maternal Wnt Signal
Dorsal Determinants
A Maternally Derived Signal Activating the Wnt Pathway
The Nieuwkoop Center and Organizer Induction
Non-cell-autonomous Induction of the Organizer / 3.1:
bozozok/dharma / 3.2:
Nodal-Related Genes, squint and cyclops / 3.3:
Cooperative Roles of boz/dha and sqt in the Induction of the Organizer / 3.4:
vega/vox/vent / 3.5:
Induction by the Nieuwkoop Center Versus Cell-Autonomous Establishment of the Organizer / 3.6:
The Organizer
Is the Embryonic Shield the Fish Organizer? / 4.1:
Organizer Genes / 4.2:
chordino, noggin1, twisted gastrulation, and ogon / 4.3:
dickkopf1 / 4.4:
Fibroblast Growth Factors / 4.5:
Role of the Organizer in AP Patterning / 4.6:
Cell Movements and the Organizer
Summary and Prospects
Dorsoventral Patterning in the Zebrafish: Bone Morphogenetic Proteins and Beyond / Matthias Hammerschmidt ; Mary C. Mullins
Dorsoventral Patterning in Frog, Fish and Fly
Mutant Analyses of Vertebrate DV Regulators
Zebrafish DV Mutants
Different Phases of DV Pattern Formation
Phase 1: Establishment of the Spemann-Mangold Organizer
Phase 2: Establishment of the Morphogenetic Bmp Gradient
Phase 3: Morphogenetic Interpretation of the Gradient by Target Cells
Implications of DV Patterning on the Anteroposterior Axis
Role of Chordin and Tolloid During Ventral Tail Development
Perspectives
Specification of Left-Right Asymmetry / Christopher V.E. Wright ; Marnie E. Halpern
Mechanisms Underlying Left-Right Patterning
Breaking Symmetry
Stabilizing, Propagating and Reinforcing Left-Right Asymmetry
Transferring Left-Right Information to the Organ Precursors
Effector Programs of Left-Right Asymmetric Morphogenesis
Cardiac Left-Right Asymmetry
Asymmetry of the Zebrafish Forebrain
Summary and Future Perspectives
Gastrulation Movements / II.:
Life at the Edge: Epiboly and Involution in the Zebrafish / Don Kane ; Richard Adams
Mid-Blastula Transition and the Beginning of Cell Motility
Epiboly
The Epiboly Mutants
Towards a Unification of Vertebrate Epiboly
Hypoblast Formation
How Do Cells Internalize at the Margin: Involution or Ingression?
Conclusions and Prospects?
Cellular and Genetic Mechanisms of Convergence and Extension / Lilianna Solnica-Krezel ; Mark S. Cooper
Compaction at Blastula Stages
Distinct Domains of Convergence and Extension Movements in the Zebrafish Gastrula
Cellular Behaviors Effecting Convergence and Extension Movements
Epiboly and Anteriorward Mesendoderm Migration Contribute to Convergence and Extension
Directed Migration Is a Key Cell Behavior Underlying Convergence and Extension in Lateral Regions of the Gastrula
Mediolateral Cell Intercalation Is a Key Cell Behavior Underlying Convergence and Extension in Dorsal Regions of the Gastrula
Cellular Segregation, Directed Migration and Mediolateral Intercalation Underlie Dorsal Hypoblast Formation
Molecular Genetic Basis of Convergence and Extension Movements
Wnt Planar Cell Polarity Pathway / 5.1:
Cell Adhesion Molecules / 5.2:
Slit / 5.3:
Eph Receptors and Ephrins / 5.4:
Calcium / 5.5:
Ethanol / 5.6:
Molecular Genetic Coordination of Convergence and Extension Movements with Cell Fate Specification
Spadetail / 6.1:
Nodal / 6.2:
Bone Morphogenetic Proteins / 6.3:
Fibroblast Growth Factor / 6.4:
Role of C&E Movements in Generating Embryonic Morphology
Primordial Germ Cell Development in Zebrafish / Erez Raz ; Nancy Hopkins
Specification of Germ Cells in Fish
The Premolecular Markers Era
The Molecular Markers Era
PGC Migration in Zebrafish
Maintenance of the Fate of Migrating PGCs
PGC Development in Zebrafish as Compared with That in Other Organisms
Conclusions and Future Directions
Neural Development / III.:
Patterning the Zebrafish Central Nervous System / Steve W. Wilson ; Michael Brand ; Judith S. Eisen
Nervous System Morphogenesis
The Spinal Cord
Bmp Signaling Establishes DV Pattern in the Spinal Cord
Hedgehog and Nodal Pathways Pattern the Ventral Spinal Cord
Delta/Notch Signaling Segregates Neural Fates Within Neural Plate Domains
Later Signals May Refine Cell Identity
The Forebrain
DV Patterning of the Zebrafish Forebrain
Formation of the Hypothalamus / 4.1.1:
Establishment of the Optic Stalks / 4.1.2:
Establishment of Ventral Telencephalic Fates / 4.1.3:
Specification of Dorsal Forebrain Fates / 4.1.4:
Left/Right Patterning in the Brain
AP Patterning of the Prospective Brain
Establishment of Early AP Pattern in the Neural Plate / 4.3.1:
Local Induction of the Telencephalon and Eyes / 4.3.2:
The Midbrain and Hindbrain
Midbrain and Hindbrain Development Starts in Gastrulation
Initial AP Subdivision of the Neural Plate / 5.1.1:
Wnt8 Signaling Positions the Midbrain and Hindbrain / 5.1.2:
Wnts and Fgfs Maintain and Pattern the Midbrain and Hindbrain
Polarization of the Midbrain / 5.2.1:
Fgf Signaling in the Rostral Hindbrain / 5.2.2:
Feedback Control of Fgf Signaling / 5.2.3:
Controlling Competence to Respond to Fgf8 Signaling / 5.2.4:
DV Patterning of the Midbrain and Isthmus
Later Steps of Patterning the Hindbrain
Dorsoventral Patterning / 5.4.1:
Forming and Maintaining Rhombomeres / 5.4.2:
Extrinsic Signals Controlling Segmentation / 5.4.3:
Secondary Modification of the Ground Plan by Neuronal Migration
Summary
Specification of the Zebrafish Neural Crest / Robert N. Kelsh ; David W. Raible
Markers and Their Specificity
Zebrafish Neural Crest Mutants
Neural Crest Induction
Cell Fate Specification
When Does Specification Occur?
Progressive Fate Restriction
Pigment Cell Specification as a Model for Cell Fate Choice
Regional Specification
Pharyngeal Arch Specification
Neurogenesis and Specification of Neuronal Identity / Bruce Appel ; Ajay Chitnis
Zebrafish Spinal Cord Anatomy
Roof Plate
Rohon-Beard Sensory Neurons
Interneurons
Motor Neurons
Floor Plate
Glia / 2.6:
Neurulation and the Early Pattern of Neurons
Regulation of Neurogenesis in the Zebrafish Neural Plate
Creating Proneuronal Domains: Regulation of ngn1 Expression
Dorsal Spinal Cord Development
Ventral Spinal Cord Development
Elaboration of Cell Fate Specification by Cell-Cell Signaling
Neuronal Specification and Transcriptional Codes
Cellular, Genetic and Molecular Mechanisms of Axon Guidance in the Zebrafish / Christine E. Beattie ; Michael Granato ; John Y. Kuwada10:
Introduction: Pathfinding Is Precise and Cell-Specific
Axon Pathfinding in the Hindbrain and Spinal Cord
Redundant Cues Guide Growth Cones in the Spinal Cord
Molecules That Guide Spinal and Hindbrain Growth Cones
Mutations That Affect the Development of Neural Circuits in the Hindbrain and Spinal Cord
Axonal Pathfinding by Spinal Motoneurons
Zebrafish Motor Axons Follow a Common Pathway and Then Make Divergent Choices
Molecules That Guide Motor Growth Cones
Semaphorins / 3.2.1:
GDNF / 3.2.2:
Neurolin / 3.2.3:
Mutations That Disrupt the Formation of Stereotyped Motor Projections
Diwanka Mutants / 3.3.1:
Unplugged Mutants / 3.3.2:
Stumpy Mutants / 3.3.3:
Axonal Pathfinding in the Visual System
Conclusions
Aspects of Organogenesis / IV.:
Somitogenesis / Caroline Brennan ; Sharon L. Amacher ; Peter D. Currie
Generalized Overview of Somitogenesis
Morphological Aspects of Zebrafish Somitogenesis
General Anterior/Posterior Pattern and Specification of Paraxial Mesoderm
Hox Gene Expression Patterns and Overall A/P Pattern
The Origin of Somitic Cells
spadetail, a Gene Controlling Paraxial Mesoderm Formation
Establishing a Segmental Pattern
Somitic Periodicity and the Cell Cycle
Existence of a Molecular Oscillator
The Notch Pathway and Establishment of Segmental Pattern
Insights from Zebrafish
The Fused-Somite Mutant and Operation of a Wavefront
Establishment of Anterior/Posterior Somite Polarity
Formation of the Somite Boundary
Induction and Patterning the Presomitic and Somitic Mesoderm
Embryonic Myotome Formation and the Initiation of Myogenesis
Formation of the "Adaxial" Cell Compartment and Presomitic Myogenic Induction
Muscle Pioneer Cells and Myotomal Architecture
Fiber Type and Myotome Morphogenesis
Fiber Type Formation in Separate Myotomal Compartments
Myotomal Patterning Mutants and the Molecular Mechanisms Controlling Slow Muscle Cell Specification
Migratory or Hypaxial Muscle Formation in Zebrafish Embryos
Sclerotome Formation
Other Somite-Derived Cell Types
Questions for the Future
Cardiovascular System / Deborah Yelon ; Brant M. Weinstein ; Mark C. Fishman
Background in Classical Embryology: Some of the Questions
Zebrafish: a Propitious Embryo for Cardiovascular Studies
Patterning the Heart
Formation of the Myocardium in Zebrafish
Genetic Regulation of Myocardial Development in Zebrafish
Requirements for nkx2.5 Induction
Requirements for Myocardial Differentiation
Requirements for Chamber-Specific Differentiation
Requirements for Heart Tube Assembly / 3.2.4:
Pattern and Orientation to the Onset of Function
Vascular Pattern in the Zebrafish
Formation of Blood Vessels in the Zebrafish
Molecular Analysis of Blood Vessel Formation in the Zebrafish
Genetic Analysis of Blood Vessel Formation in the Zebrafish
Experimental Analysis of Vascular Form and Function: Imaging Blood Vessels In Situ
Prospects for Future Zebrafish Cardiovascular Research
The Pronephros / Iain Drummond
Variation and Evolution of the Kidney
A Brief History of the Kidney
Morphogenesis and Patterning of the Zebrafish Pronephros
Patterning of the Mesoderm and Formation of the Pronephric Primordium
Mediolateral Patterning of the Intermediate Mesoderm and Induction of the Pronephros
Development of the Pronephric Duct
Nephron Formation
Cell Interactions in the Vascularization of the Glomerulus
Summary and Perspectives
The Zebrafish Eye: Developmental and Genetic Analysis / Stephen S. Easter, Jr. ; Jarema J. Malicki
Morphogenesis
Optic Vesicle
Eye Cup
Lens
Neurogenesis
The Fan Gradient
Ganglion Cell Layer
Inner Nuclear Layer
Outer Nuclear Layer
Prolonged Neurogenesis and Regeneration
Modulation of the Rate of Proliferation
Pulsatile Production of Neurons / 3.7:
Pattern and Patterning of Cellular Architecture in the Retina
Pattern of Differentiated Retina
Formation of Retinal Architecture
Terminal Differentiation of Cellular Morphology
Ganglion Cell Axogenesis
Photoreceptor Differentiation
References
Subject Index
Germ Layer Formation and Early Patterning / I.:
Formation and Patterning Roles of the Yolk Syncytial Layer / Takuya Sakaguchi ; Toshiro Mizuno ; Hiroyuki Takeda
Introduction / 1:
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Contributors
Foreword
Preface
History and Prefatory Essays / I.:
History of Seismology / D.C. Agnew1.:
Historical View of Earthquake Engineering / G.W. Housner2.:
The Jesuit Contribution to Seismology / A. Udias ; W. Stauder3.:
International Seismology / R.D. Adams4.:
Synthesis of Earthquake Science Information and Its Public Transfer: A History of the Southern California Earthquake Center / K. Aki5.:
Continental Drift, Sea-Floor Spreading, and Plate/Plume Tectonics / S. Uyeda6.:
Earthquake Mechanisms and Plate Tectonics / S. Stein ; E. Klosko7.:
Theoretical Seismology / II.:
Theoretical Seismology: An Introduction / 8.:
Seismic Ray Theory and Finite Frequency Extensions / C.H. Chapman9.:
Normal Modes of the Earth and Planets / P. Lognonne ; E. Clevede10.:
Inversion of Surface Waves: A Review / B. Romanowicz11.:
Earthquake Dynamics / R. Madariaga ; K.B. Olsen12.:
Scattering and Attenuation of Seismic Waves in the Lithosphere / H. Sato ; M. Fehler ; R.-S. Wu13.:
Earthquakes as a Complex System / D.L. Turcotte ; B.D. Malamud14.:
Physics of Earthquakes / R. Teisseyre ; E. Majewski15.:
Probabilistic Approach to Inverse Problems / K. Mosegaard ; A. Tarantola16.:
Observational Seismology / III.:
Challenges in Observational Seismology / W.H.K. Lee17.:
Seismometry / E. Wielandt18.:
Seismic Noise on Land and on the Seafloor / S.C. Webb19.:
US Contribution to Digital Global Seismograph Networks / C.R. Hutt ; H.F. Bolton ; L.G. Holcomb20.:
The Structure and Interpretation of Seismograms / O. Kulhanek21.:
Analysis of Digital Earthquake Signals / F. Scherbaum22.:
Seismometer Arrays - Their Use in Earthquake and Test Ban Seismology / A. Douglas23.:
Seismological Methods of Monitoring Compliance with the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty / P.G. Richards24.:
Volcano Seismology and Monitoring for Eruptions / S.R. McNutt25.:
Three-Dimensional Crustal P-Wave Imaging of Mauna Loa and Kilauea Volcanoes, Hawaii / H.M. Benz ; P. Okubo ; A. Villasenor26.:
Marine Seismology / K. Suyehiro ; K. Mochizuki27.:
Tsunamis / K. Satake28.:
Earthquake Geology and Mechanics / IV.:
Geology of the Crustal Earthquake Source / R.H. Sibson29.:
Paleoseismology / L.B. Grant30.:
Using Earthquakes for Continental Tectonic Geology / J.A. Jackson31.:
Rock Failure and Earthquakes / D.A. Lockner ; N.M. Beeler32.:
State of Stress Within the Earth / L.J. Ruff33.:
State of Stress in the Earth's Lithosphere / M.D. Zoback ; M.L. Zoback34.:
Strength and Energetics of Active Fault Zones / J.N. Brune ; W. Thatcher35.:
Implications of Crustal Strain during Conventional, Slow, and Silent Earthquakes / M.J.S. Johnston ; A.T. Linde36.:
Estimating Earthquake Source Parameters from Geodetic Measurements / K.L. Feigl37.:
Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Earthquakes / 38.:
Earthquake-Related Hydrological and Geochemical Changes / C.-Y. King ; G. Igarashi39.:
Case Histories of Induced and Triggered Seismicity / A. McGarr ; D. Simpson ; L. Seeber40.:
Seismicity of the Earth / V.:
Global Seismicity: 1900-1999 / E.R. Engdahl41.:
A List of Deadly Earthquakes in the World: 1500-2000 / T. Utsu42.:
Statistical Features of Seismicity / 43.:
Relationships between Magnitude Scales / 44.:
Historical Seismicity and Tectonics: The Case of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East / N.N. Ambraseys ; C.P. Melville45.:
Earthquakes and Archaeology / A. Nur46.:
Historical Seismology: The Long Memory of the Inhabited World / E. Guidoboni47.:
Earthquake History: Some Examples / 48.:
Introduction / 48.1:
California Earthquakes of M [greater than or equal] 5.5: Their History and the Areas Damaged / T. Toppozada ; D. Branum48.2:
The Historical Earthquakes of India / S.P. Satyabala48.3:
Historical Earthquakes in Japan / T. Usami48.4:
Historical Earthquakes of the British Isles / R.M.W. Musson48.5:
Macroseismology / I. Cecic49.:
USGS Earthquake Moment Tensor Catalog / S.A. Sipkin50.:
Earth's Structure / VI.:
The Earth's Interior / T. Lay51.:
Probing the Earth's Interior with Seismic Tomography / A. Curtis ; R. Snieder52.:
Seismic Anisotropy / M. Cara53.:
Seismic Velocity Structure of the Continental Lithosphere from Controlled Source Data / W.D. Mooney ; C. Prodehl ; N.I. Pavlenkova54.:
Seismic Structure of the Oceanic Crust and Passive Continental Margins / T.A. Minshull55.:
The Earth's Core / X. Song56.:
Index
Contributors to Part B
Preface to Part B
Strong-Motion Seismology / VII:
Strong-Motion Data Processing / J. G. Anderson ; A. F. Shakal ; M. J. Huang ; V. M. Graizer57:
Estimation of Strong Seismic Ground Motions / B. A. Bolt ; N. A. Abrahamson59:
Strong-Motion Attentuation Relations / K. W. Campbell60:
Site Effects on Strong Ground Motions / H. Kawase61:
Use of Engineering Seismology Tools in Ground Shaking Scenarios / E. Faccioli ; V. Pessina62:
Kyoshin Net (K-NET), Japan / S. Kinoshita63:
Strong-Motion Instrumentation Programs in Taiwan / T. C. Shin ; Y. B. Tsai ; Y. T. Yeh ; C. C. Liu ; Y. M. Wu64:
Selected Topics in Earthquake Engineering / VIII:
Seismic Hazards and Risk Assessment in Engineering Practice / P. Somerville ; Y. Moriwaki65:
Advances in Seismology with Impact on Earthquake Engineering / S. K. Singh ; M. Ordaz ; J. F. Pacheco66:
An Introduction to the Earthquake Response of Structures / P. C. Jennings67:
Seismic Design Provisions and Guidelines in the United States: A Prologue / R. D. Borcherdt ; R. O. Hamburger ; C. A. Kircher68:
Finite Element Analysis in Earthquake Engineering / J. F. Hall69:
Liquefaction Mechanisms and Induced Ground Failure / T. L. Youd70:
Advances in Analysis of Soil Liquefaction during Earthquakes / J-P. Bardet71:
Earthquake Prediction and Hazards Mitigation / IX:
Earthquake Prediction: An Overview / H. Kanamori72:
Stress Triggers, Stress Shadows, and Seismic Hazard / R. A. Harris73:
The GSHAP Global Seismic Hazard Map / D. Giardini ; G. Gruenthal ; K. Shedlock ; P. Zhang74:
The Sociological Dimensions of Earthquake Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery / P. W. O'Brien ; D. S. Mileti75:
The Seismic Alert System of Mexico City / J. Espinosa-Aranda ; F. H. Rodriquez-Cayeros76:
The Rapid Earthquake Data Integration Project / L. Gee ; D. Neuhauser ; D. Dreger ; M. Pasyanos ; R. Uhrhammer77:
TriNet: Modern Ground-Motion Seismic Network / E. Hauksson ; L. M. Jones78:
National and International Reports to IASPEI / X:
Centennial National and Institutional Reports: Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior / 79:
Centennial National and Institutional Reports: Earthquake Engineering / 80:
Centennial Reports: International Organizations / 81:
General Information and Miscellaneous Data / XI:
Statistical Principles for Seismologists / D. Vere-Jones ; Y. Ogata82:
Seismic Velocities and Densities of Rocks / N. I. Christensen ; D. Stanley83:
Worldwide Nuclear Explosions / X. Yang ; R. North ; C. Romney ; P. G. Richards84:
Earthquake Seismology Software / 85:
The FDSN and IRIS Data Management System: Providing Easy Access to Terabytes of Information / T. K. Ahern86:
Global Inventory of Seismographic Networks / 87:
Old Seismic Bulletins to 1920: A Collective Heritage from Early Seismologists / 88:
Biographies of Interest to Earthquake and Engineering Seismologists / 89:
Digital Imagery of Faults and Volcanoes / M. J. Rymer ; D. E. Wieprecht ; J. C. Dohrenwend90:
Glossary of Interest to Earthquake and Engineering Seismologists / W. H. K. LeeAppendix 1:
Key Formulae in Earthquake Seismology / Y. Ben-ZionAppendix 2:
Name Index of the Contributors of Biographical Sketches / Appendix 3:
User's Manual to the Attached CD-ROMs / M. F. DigglesAppendix 4:
Part A TOC
Contributors
Foreword
Preface
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Series Preface
Preface to Volume 2
Introduction / 1:
Scope and definitions / 1.1:
Nomenclature / 1.2:
Historical background / 1.3:
Introduction to catalysis by polyoxometalates / 1.4:
References
Properties of Polyoxometalates / 2:
Structures of polyoxometalates / 2.1:
General principles / 2.1.1:
The Keggin structure / 2.1.2:
The Wells-Dawson structure / 2.1.3:
The Anderson-Evans structure / 2.1.4:
The Dexter-Silverton structure / 2.1.5:
Crystal structure of heteropoly compounds / 2.2:
Thermal stability / 2.3:
Solubility / 2.4:
Formation and state in solution / 2.5:
Stability of polyoxometalates in solution / 2.5.1:
Polyoxometalates as ligands / 2.5.2:
Isotope exchange / 2.5.3:
Kinetics and mechanism of substitution in polyoxmetalates / 2.5.4:
Acid properties / 2.6:
Proton structure / 2.6.1:
Heteropoly acids in solutions / 2.6.2:
Acidity of solid heteropoly acids / 2.6.3:
Redox properties / 2.7:
Synthesis of Polyoxometalates / 3:
General methods of synthesis / 3.1:
Keggin polyoxometalates / 3.2:
12-Molybdosilicic acid, [alpha]-H[subscript 4 SiMo[subscript 12]O[subscript 40] / 3.2.1:
12-Tungstosilicic acid, [alpha]-H[subscript 4 SiW[subscript 12]O[subscript 40] / 3.2.2:
12-Tungstophosphoric acid, [alpha]-H[subscript 3 PW[subscript 12]O[subscript 40] / 3.2.3:
12-Molybdophosphoric acid, [alpha]-H[subscript 3 PMo[subscript 12]O[subscript 40] / 3.2.4:
12-Tungstogermanic acid, [alpha]-[H[subscript 4 GeW[subscript 12]O[subscript 40] / 3.2.5:
11-Molybdo-1-vanadophosphoric acid, H[subscript 4 PMo[subscript 11] VO[subscript 40] / 3.2.6:
10-Molybdo-2-vanadophosphoric acid, H[subscript 5 PMo[subscript 10]V[subscript 2]O[subscript 40] / 3.2.7:
9-Molybdo-3-vanadophosphoric acid, H[subscript 6 PMo[subscript 9] V[subscript 3]O[subscript 40] / 3.2.8:
Transition-metal-substituted tungstophosphates, {PW[subscript 11]MO[subscript 39]} / 3.2.9:
Wells-Dawson polyoxometalates / 3.3:
18-Tungstodiphosphoric acid, H[subscript 6 P[subscript 2]W[subscript 18]O[subscript 62] / 3.3.1:
Sandwich-type polyoxometalates / 3.4:
Na[subscript 12 WZn[subscript 3](H[subscript 2]O)[subscript 2](ZnW[subscript 9]O[subscript 34])[subscript 2] / 3.4.1:
Na[subscript 12 WCo[subscript 3 superscript II](H[subscript 2]O)[subscript 2] (Co[superscript II]W[subscript 9]O[subscript 34])[subscript 2] / 3.4.2:
K[subscript 11 WZnRu[subscript 2 superscript III](OH)(H[subscript 2]O) (ZnW[subscript 9]O[subscript 34])[subscript 2] / 3.4.3:
K[subscript 10 WZnRh[superscript III subscript 2](H[subscript 2]O)(ZnW[subscript 9]O[subscript 34])[subscript 2] / 3.4.4:
Peroxo polyoxometalates / 3.5:
Venturello complex, {PO[subscript 4 WO(O[subscript 2])[subscript 2 subscript 4]}[superscript 3-] / 3.5.1:
Polyoxometalate catalysts / 3.6:
Solid acid catalysts / 3.6.1:
Homogeneous catalysts / 3.6.2:
Acid Catalysis by Heteropoly Compounds / 4:
General overview / 4.1:
The scope of applications / 4.1.1:
Mechanistic principles / 4.1.2:
Homogeneous acid catalysis / 4.2:
Acid-catalysed reactions / 4.2.1:
Acid-catalysed reactions in biphasic liquid-liquid systems / 4.3:
Biphasic reactions / 4.3.1:
Heterogeneous acid catalysts / 4.4:
Heteropoly acid catalysts / 4.4.1:
Heterogeneous catalysis in liquid-solid systems / 4.4.2:
Heterogeneous catalysis in gas-solid systems / 4.4.3:
Deactivation and regeneration of solid heteropoly acid catalysts / 4.5:
Polyoxometalates as Catalysts for Selective Oxidation / 5:
Liquid-phase oxidation / 5.1:
Oxidation with dioxygen / 5.1.1:
Oxidation with hydrogen peroxide / 5.1.2:
Oxidation with organic peroxides / 5.1.3:
Miscellaneous oxidations / 5.1.4:
Gas-phase oxidation / 5.2:
Oxidation catalysts / 5.2.1:
Reactions / 5.2.3:
Miscellaneous Catalytic Applications of Polyoxometalates / 6:
Hydrogenation, carbonylation and related reactions / 6.1:
Polyanion-stabilised clusters / 6.2:
Polyoxometalates as catalyst precursors / 6.3:
Catalysis by Polyoxometalates in Industry / 7:
Acid catalysis / 7.1:
Hydration of olefins / 7.1.1:
Synthesis of ethyl acetate from ethylene and acetic acid / 7.1.2:
Selective oxidation / 7.2:
Oxidation of methacrolein in methacrylic acid / 7.2.1:
Oxidation of ethylene to acetic acid / 7.2.2:
Other Applications of Polyoxometalates / 8:
Analytical chemistry / 8.1:
Elemental analysis / 8.1.1:
Analysis of biomaterials / 8.1.2:
Separation / 8.2:
Processing of radioactive waste / 8.2.1:
Sorption of gases / 8.2.2:
Corrosion-resistant coatings / 8.3:
Polyoxometalates as additives to inorganic and organic matrices / 8.4:
Additives in sol-gel matrices / 8.4.1:
Additives in polymer matrices / 8.4.2:
Membranes / 8.5:
Fuel cells / 8.5.1:
Selective electrodes / 8.5.2:
Gas sensors / 8.5.3:
Polyoxometalates in medicine: antiviral and antitumoral activity / 8.6:
Index
Series Preface
Preface to Volume 2
Introduction / 1:
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Abbreviations
Introduction / Sabine Mai ; Barbara G. Beatty ; Jeremy A. Squire1:
References
FISH probes and labelling techniques / Patricia Bray-Ward2:
Fluorescence principles
Fluors and haptens
Commonly used fluors
Choice of filter sets
Nucleic acid probes / 3:
Types of probes
Preparation of cloned probes
Enzymatically amplified probes
Synthetic oligonucleotide probes
Coupling of fluors/haptens to nucleotides / 4:
Labelling of probes / 5:
Nick translation
Random primer labelling
RNA transcription labelling
PCR labelling
Post-labelling DNA processing and purification / 6:
DNase treatment (for FISH and other hybridization protocols)
Removal of unincorporated nucleotides and BSA from the reaction mix prior to probe precipitation
Other labelling systems / 7:
Coupling of fluors or haptens to amine-modified nucleic acids
Other chemical coupling systems
Direct chemical coupling of fluors or haptens to proteins
Human chromosome mapping of single copy genes / Stephen W. Scherer
DNA probes for FISH mapping
Identification of FISH probes from WWW sites
Preparation of probes for FISH mapping
Target DNA preparation
Metaphase chromosomes
Mapping with interphase nuclei
Hypotonic treatment and fixation
Slide preparation
Target slide pre-treatment
Denaturation and hybridization of probe and target DNA
Post-hybridization washes
Immunodetection
Chromosome counterstaining and banding / 8:
Microscopy and image analysis / 9:
FISH mapping points to consider / 10:
FISH mapping of single probes to metaphase chromosomes
Relational mapping with multiple probes
Murine chromosome preparation / Francis Wiener
Murine chromosome preparation for banding and in situ hybridization procedures
Giemsa-trypsin banding of mouse chromosomes
Molecular cytogenetic approaches for murine chromosomes
High resolution FISH mapping using chromatin and DNA fibre / Henry H. Q. Heng
Practical considerations for fibre preparation
General equipment required for fibre FISH
Chromatin fibre preparation
DNA fibre preparation
FISH
DNA probe labelling
Hybridization
Wash
Detection and amplification
Counterstaining and antifade
Photography
Acknowledgements
Applications of RNA FISH for visualizing gene expression and nuclear architecture / Rose Tam ; Lindsay S. Shopland ; Carol V. Johnson ; John A. McNeil ; Jeanne B. Lawrence
Cell preparation
Detergent-extracted cell preparation
Cytogenetic preparations
Probe preparation
Hybridization to RNA
Basic RNA hybridization procedure
Oligonucleotide hybridization
Hybridization to DNA
Detecting heat denatured cellular DNA
DNA FISH using NaOH denaturation and RNA hydrolysis
Multiple label techniques and applications
Coupling the detection of RNA with DNA
Coupling protein detection with FISH
Chromosome paints and RNA FISH
Differentiating transcripts with intron and cDNA probes
Exon suppression hybridization: an example of the use of specific competition
Visualizing and analysing results
Microscopy
Digital imaging
Concluding remarks
FISH on three-dimensionally preserved nuclei / I. Solovei ; J. Walter ; M. Cremer ; F. Habermann ; L. Schermelleh ; T. Cremer
Preparation and fixation of cells
Preparation of slides
Cultivation and fixation of adherent cells
Preparation, attachment, and fixation of cells growing in suspension
Preparation of cells directly isolated from peripheral blood
Pre-treatments needed for hybridization
Hybridization set-up
Probe labelling
DNA denaturation and hybridization
Post-hybridization washes, detection, nuclei counterstaining, and slide mounting
Detection of hybridized probes
Counterstaining of nuclei and mounting cells in antifade medium
Combined 3D FISH and replication labelling
Replication labelling
Detection of incorporated halogenated deoxyuridines after FISH
Combined protein immunodetection and 3D FISH
Preservation of the chromatin structure during 3D FISH
Confocal microscopy
Selection of the filter configuration
Conditions of image acquisition
Calibration of the instrument
Visualization
Quantitative measurements and deconvolution
Comparative genomic hybridization on metaphase chromosomes and DNA chips / Stefan Joos ; Carsten Schwanen ; Peter Lichter
Preparation of metaphase chromosomes
Isolation of genomic DNA
Isolation of single cells by micromanipulation
Amplification of genomic DNA from small cell populations by universal polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
Comparative genomic hybridization
Denaturation of metaphase chromosomes
Probe mixture
In situ hybridization and signal detection
Image acquisition and evaluation
Troubleshooting of CGH experiments
Troubleshooting of CGH experiments in combination with universal PCR
New developments: matrix-CGH / 11:
FISH in clinical cytogenetics / P. Marrano ; E. Kolomietz
Probes commonly used for FISH in the clinical laboratory
Preparation of clinical samples for FISH analysis
Preparation of metaphase chromosomes for FISH
Preparation of interphase nuclei derived from clinical specimens for FISH
Criteria for assessing and reporting FISH results
General considerations when selecting cells for FISH microscopy
Scoring criteria for interphase FISH signal evaluation and enumeration
Special considerations concerning interphase FISH interpretation
Some of the commonly used FISH probes in clinical cytogenetics
FISH analysis of microdeletion syndromes
Use of the three-colour fusion (translocation/inversion) probes
Use of FISH probes in assessing gene amplification
Appendix (useful web sites for molecular cytogenetics clinical sources)
Multicolour FISH and spectral karyotyping / Jane Bayani
Spectral karyotyping (SKY)
M-FISH
M-FISH and SKY protocols
General considerations for image acquisition and analysis
Image analysis using SKY
Image analysis using M-FISH
Troubleshooting
cDNA microarrays for fluorescent hybridization analysis of gene expression / Javed Khan ; Lao H. Saal ; Michael L. Bittner ; Yuan Jiang ; Gerald C. Gooden ; Arthur A. Glatfelter ; Paul S. Meltzer
Serial analysis of gene expression
Oligonucleotide arrays
cDNA microarrays
Fabrication of cDNA microarrays
Culturing cDNA bacterial clones
Microarray slide printing
Target production
Image acquisition
Image analysis and normalization
Sensitivity and specificity
Data mining and statistical analysis
Summary
List of suppliers
Index
List of protocols
Abbreviations
Introduction / Sabine Mai ; Barbara G. Beatty ; Jeremy A. Squire1:
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Assembly and targeting of voltage-dependent calcium channels / Annette C. Dolphin3:
Acetylcholine Receptors / Part 2:
Targeting of acetylcholine receptors to the postsynaptic endplate of the nerve-muscle synapse / Sheridan L. Swope4:
Assembly and targeting of neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors / Neil S. Millar5:
Amino Acid Receptors / Part 3:
AMPA/kainate receptors / Nicole L. Stricker ; Richard L. Huganir6:
NMDA receptor targeting / Heike Hering ; Morgan Sheng7:
Structure, assembly and targeting of glycine receptors / Kirsten Harvey ; Jeska von der Nuell ; Robert J. Harvey8:
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Nomenclature
Part I Systematic Framing of Thermodynamics 1
   Chapter 1 Thermodynamics for Creation of a New Process 3
   1.1 What Does Thermodynamics Offer You? 3
   1.2 Targets of Thermodynamics 4
   1.3 Thermodynamics as Basic Science 4
   Chapter 2 Thermodynamics of a Substance 7
   2.1 Thermodynamics Comprises Three Kinds of Thermodynamics 7
   2.2 What is Substance? 8
   2.3 Energy H and Entropy S of a Substance 9
   Chapter 3 Thermodynamics of a Process 13
   3.1 What is a Process? 13
   3.2 Energy Change ΔH and Entropy Change ΔS 13
   3.3 Intermediary Energy 16
   3.4 Common Processes without Specification of Substances 19
   Chapter 4 Thermodynamics of a System 23
   4.1 What is a System in Thermodynamics ? 23
   4.2 The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics 25
   4.3 Interpretation of the First and Second Laws by ‘Water Model' 27
   Chapter 5 The First-Step Applications of Thermodynamics 33
   5.1 Relationship between Energy Change ΔH and Heat of Reaction Qr 33
   5.2 Calculation of ΔH for a Reaction as Combination of ΔH for Other Reactions 35
   5.3 Thermodynamic Analysis of Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions 36
   5.4 Thermodynamic Analysis of Electrolysis 40
   5.5 Thermodynamic Analysis of a Loop 43
Part II Properties of Substances and Chemical Equilibrium 51
   Chapter 6 Equations for Thermodynamics of Substances 53
   6.1 Differential Forms of Energy h and Entropy s for 1 mol of Pure Substance 53
   6.2 Calculation of Energy H and Entropy S for Gas 54
   6.3 Calculation of Energy H and Entropy S for Liquid 59
   6.4 Calculation of Energy H and Entropy S for Solid 60
   6.5 Calculation of H and S for Substances with Multiple Phases 60
   Chapter 7 Chemical Equilibrium 61
   7.1 Limit for Proceeding of a Process 61
   7.2 Equilibrium Condition for a Gas-Phase Reaction 62
   7.3 Equilibrium Condition for a Reaction with Multiple Phases 67
   7.4 The Second-Step Applications - Applications of Equilibrium Constant Kp - 68
   7.5 The Second-Step Applications - Application of Temperature Dependence of Kp - 75
Part III Application of Thermodynamics to System Synthesis 83
   Chapter 8 Introduction to Exergy Change and Graphical Presentation by Vectors 85
   8.1 Exergy Change Δε 85
   8.2 Thermodynamics on a Two-Dimensional Space 87
   8.3 Energy Level, A 89
   8.4 Heat Source, Heat Sink, Work Source and Work Sink 93
   8.5 Classification of Processes and System Synthesis on the Thermodynamic Compass 96
   8.6 Exergy Loss 100
   8.7 Representation of Processes on the Thermodynamic Compass 103
   Chapter 9 Process System Synthesis - The Third-Step Applications - 117
   9.1 Equilibrium Viewpoint 117
   9.2 Energy Transformation Viewpoint - Selection of Coupled Process - 119
   9.3 Energy Transformation Viewpoint - Decomposition of Coupled Process - 122
   9.4 Energy Transformation Viewpoint - Decomposition of a Target Process - 123
   Chapter 10 Toward Wider Applications 127
   10.1 Chemical Cells and Fuel Cells 127
   10.2 Behavior of Real Gas and Real Liquid 132
   10.3 Partial Molar Quantities and Chemical Potential μ 133
   10.4 Synthesis of an Entire System 133
   10.5 Relationship to the Previous Thermodynamics 133
   10.6 Characteristic Features of this Book - Closing Remarks - 138
Appendix 139
Index 145
Preface
Nomenclature
Part I Systematic Framing of Thermodynamics 1
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Dissecting the Genetic Component of Complex Diseases in Humans / A. Reis1:
Bioinformatics of Membrane Proteins / G. von Heijne2:
SNAPping Up Functionally Related Genes Based on Context Information: A Colinearity-Free Approach / G. Kolesov ; H.-W. Mewes ; D. Frishman3:
Promoter Analysis / T. Werner4:
Cluster Analysis and Its Applications to Gene Expression Data / R. Sharan ; R. Elkon ; R. Shamir5:
Statistical Methods for Analyzing Gene Expression Data for Cancer Research / N. Friedman ; N. Kaminski6:
Comparing Secondary Structure 'Stick' Models of Proteins Using Graph Matching with Double Dynamic Programming / W.R. Taylor7:
Computational Structural Proteomics / L. Brive ; R. Abagyan8:
Proteomics in Biological Research: The Challenge to Make Proteins Speak / M. Gentzel ; T. Kocher ; M. Wilm9:
Construction and Prediction of Protein-Protein Interaction Maps / V. Schachter10:
Bioinformatics, Cellular Flows, and Calculation / H.V. Westerhoff ; W.M. Getz ; H.W. van Verseveld ; J.-H.S. Hofmeyr ; J.L. Snoep11:
Graph-Based Analysis of Metabolic Networks / J. van Helden ; L. Wernisch ; D. Gilbert ; S.J. Wodak12:
Orphan Protein Function and Its Relation to Glycosylation / R. Gupta ; L.J. Jensen ; S. Brunak13:
Subject Index
Previous Volumes Published in This Series
Dissecting the Genetic Component of Complex Diseases in Humans / A. Reis1:
Bioinformatics of Membrane Proteins / G. von Heijne2:
SNAPping Up Functionally Related Genes Based on Context Information: A Colinearity-Free Approach / G. Kolesov ; H.-W. Mewes ; D. Frishman3:
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Preface
Contributors
Introduction / Part I:
Introduction to Behavioral Endocrinology / Jill B. Becker ; S. Marc Breedlove1.:
Molecular Approaches to Behavioral Neuroendocrinology / Margaret M. McCarthy ; David Crews2.:
Sexual Differentiation of the Brain and Behavior / Elizabeth Hampson3.:
Hormones and Reproductive Behaviors / Part II:
Neuroendocrinology of Sexual Behavior in the Female / 4.:
Neuroendocrinology of Sexual Behavior in the Male / Michael J. Baum5.:
Hormonal Influences on Human Sexual Behavior / C. Sue Carter6.:
Diversity and Evolution of Hormone-Behavior Relations in Reproductive Behavior / 7.:
Hormonal Influences on Courtship Behaviors / Darcy B. Kelley ; Eliot Brenowitz8.:
Hormones and Parental Behavior / Larry J. Young ; Thomas R. Insel9.:
Hormones and Regulatory Functions / Part III:
Neuroendocrine and Behavioral Influences on the Immune System / Christopher L. Coe10.:
Endocrinology of the Stress-Response / Robert M. Sapolsky11.:
Hormones and Biological Rhythms / Michael R. Gorman ; Theresa M. Lee12.:
Hormonal Influences on Sensorimotor Function and Cognition / Part IV:
Hormonal Influences on Sensorimotor Function / 13.:
Hormones and Cognition in Nonhuman Animals / Christina L. Williams14.:
Sex Differences in Human Brain and Cognition: The Influence of Sex Steroids in Early and Adult Life / 15.:
Reciprocal Regulation of Hormones and Behavior / Part V:
Hormonal Regulation of Ingestive Behaviors / 16.:
Invertebrate Systems for the Study of Hormone Brain-Behavior Relationships / James W. Truman17.:
Environmental Factors Influencing Hormone Secretion / Rae Silver ; Lance J. Kriegsfeld18.:
Glossary
Index
Contents in Detail
Preface
Contributors
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Acknowledgments
Preface
1- Introduction
   1.1 Ending the Cycle of Environmental Deterioration Tatsuo Ohmachi 3
   1.2 Necessities of Simulation and Policy Impact Analysis Kenji Doi and Hussein S. Lidasan 10
2- Political Economy of Environmental Issues
   2.1 Introduction Hiromu Shimizu 19
   2.2 Weak State and Strong Civil Society: Politics of the Clean Air Act Yutaka Katayama 21
   2.3 Building Bridges: Poverty, Customs and Environmental Politics Toru Nakanishi 38
   2.4 Housing Policies and Development in Asian Cities: Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Metro Manila Yoshiyuki Osakaya 48
3- Macro Simulation of Socioeconomies and the Environment: A Comprehensive Approach
   3.1 Introduction Kenji Doi 59
   3.2 Migration and Environmental Issues in Economic Development Toru Nakanishi 61
   3.3 Structural Analysis of Regional Economics of Metro Manila Based on the Interregional IO Table Francisco T. Secretario, Kwangmun Kim, Kenji Doi and Wataru Morishima 70
   3.4 Analysis of Energy Consumption and Environmental Burdens by an Interregional IO Table Yohji Uchiyama, Kazuhiko Nishimura and Kei Kawashima 87
   3.5 Utilizing IRIO in Interregional Transportation Policy: Methodology and Case Study in Japan Shoshi Mizokami 98
   3.6 Forecasting the Interaction System Between Urban Expansion and Motorization Masanobu Kii and Kenji Doi 112
4- Simulation of Environmental Rehabilitation in Highly Polluted Areas
   4.1 Introduction Tetsuo Yai 133
   4.2 Outline of Microscopic Road Traffic Simulation Tetsuo Yai and Karl N. Vergel 135
   4.3 Observation and Analysis of SPM Concentration in Makati Seiji Iwakura 149
   4.4 Local Wind System and 3D Dispersion of Polluted Air in Metro Manila Manabu Kanda 156
5- Simulation for Green Metropolis Rehabilitation
   5.1 Introduction Kazuhiko Takeuchi 171
   5.2 Trends in Spatial Extension and Land-Use Mixture in Metro Manila Akinobu Murakami, Kazuhiko Takeuchi, Atsushi Tsunekawa and Alinda M. Zain 174
   5.3 Distribution and Structure of Urban Green Spaces in Metro Manila Noriko Moriwake, Armando Palijon and Kazuhiko Takeuchi 185
   5.4 Carbon Circulation and Functions for the Development of Urban Green Spaces in Metro Manila Kaori Ono, Ai Meguro and Kenji Iiyama 199
   5.5 Southeast Asian High-Density Habitation and the Formation of a Comfortable Outdoor Thermal Environment Akira Hoyano, Seonghwan Yoon and Akinaru Iino 210
   5.6 Toward Creating a "Sustainable City" Akira Hoyano, Akinaru Iino and Seonghwan Yoon 222
6- A Scheme of Environmental Improvement by Recycling Organic Matter Between Urban and Rural Areas
   6.1 Introduction Tadaharu Ishikawa 241
   6.2 Basic Viewpoints for the Rehabilitation of Water Environment Tadaharu Ishikawa, Toru Nakanishi and Xin Qian 243
   6.3 Water-Related Problems in Urban Areas Tadaharu Ishikawa and Ken Ushijima 252
   6.4 Framework for Recycling Organic Waste Kenta Shinozawa, Ken Ushijima and Tetsuo Shimizu 267
   6.5 Circulation of Organic Matter Between Metro Manila and Pampanga Lahar-Affected Areas in Pinatubo Makiko Watanabe, Masao Yoshida and Hiroyuki Ohta 281
   6.6 Transport of Compost Tadaharu Ishikawa, Makiko Watanabe and Toru Nakanishi 294
7- Reduction of Risk of Natural Disaster in a Developing Urban Area
   7.1 Expansion of Damage Potential Area Due to Urban Sprawling Saburoh Midorikawa and Bartolome C. Bautista 301
   7.2 Estimation of Seismic Risk in Metro Manila Hiroaki Yamanaka, Saburoh Midorikawa, Yoshihiro Kinugasa, Bartolome C. Bautista and Rolly E. Rimando 308
   7.3 Estimation of Disaster Due to Strong Wind Tetsuro Tamura, Makoto Tsubokura, Shuyang Cao and Osamu Ohno 327
Appendices
   Panel Discussion 349
   Project Team Leaders and Members 373
   List of Contributors 379
Index 381
Acknowledgments
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PREFACE
1. AN UNIFIED MECHANISM OF OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION-A Transition State Theory (T. Keii) 1
2. GAS PHASE POLYMERIZATION OF OLEFINS AND DIENES BY METALLOCENE CATALYSTS (W. Kaminsky and D. Arrowsmith) 13
3. ALLOW YOUR CATALYST A PRODUCTIVE CAREER-HOW THE REACTION ENVIRONMENT INFLUENCES CATALYST PERFORMANCE (W.H. Ray) 19
4. LONG-CHAIN-BRANCHING POLYETHYLENE PREPARED WITH Et(Ind)2HfCl2 CATALYST SYSTEMS (N. Kashiwa, S. Matsuo, S. Kojoh, M. Takahashi, T. Tsutsui and T. Fujita) 25
5. EFFECT OF 3rd MONOMER ADDITION IN ETHYLENE/NORBORNENE COPOLYMERIZATION INITIATED WITH rac-Et(Ind)2 ZrCl2/MAO CATALYST SYSTEM (D.H. Lee, Y.Y. Choi, H.J. Kim and S.S. Woo) 31
6. POLYMERISATION WITH METALLOCENE CATALYSTS IN THE PRESENCE OF HYDROGEN (R. Blom, I.M. Dahl, R.H. Heyn and O. Swang) 37
7. PROPENE/1-HEXENE COPOLYMER MICROSTRUCTURE AS A PROBE INTO ACTIVE CENTRE BEHAVIOR IN ZIEGLER-NATTA TRADITIONAL AND METALLOCENE BASED CATALYSIS (M.C. Sacchi, F. Forlini, S. Losio, I. Tritto and P. Locatelli) 43
8. MECHANISM OF SYNDIOSPECIFIC POLYMERIZAITON OF STYRENE (N. Tomotsu, H. Shouzaki, M. Aida, M. Takeuchi, K. Yokota, Y. Aoyama, S. Ikeuchi and T. Inoue) 49
9. VIBRATIONAL SPECTRA OF TITANIUM AND MAGNESIUM CHLORIDES (G. Mizutani, H. Miyaoka, H. Sano, H. Mori, N. Otsuka and M. Terano) 55
10. PROPENE/ETHENE-[1-13C]COPOLYMERIZATION AS A TOOL FOR MEASURING CATALYST REGIOSELECTIVITY: A COMBINED EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL STUDY ON MODEL METALLOCENE CATALYSTS (R. Cipullo, P. Budzelaar, V. Busico and S. Ronca) 61
11. METALLOCENE CATALYZED COPOLYMERIZATION OF ETHYLENE AND NORBORNENE (K.Y. Choi, S.Y. Park, J.J. Han, B. Kebede and K.H. Song) 73
12. EFFECT OF DONORS ON THE NUMBER AND PROPAGATION RATE CONSTANTS FOR STEREOSPECIFIC AND NON-STEREOSPECIFIC CENTERS AT PROPYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH SUPPORTED ZIEGLER-NATTA CATALYSTS (G.D. Bukatov and V.A. Zakharov) 79
13. “VARIABLE SITE”METALLOCENE CATALYST SYSTEM FOR ETHYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH CLAY MINERAL SUPPORT-ACTIVATOR (Y. Ishihama, Y. Kashiwagi, E. Isobe, Y. Uehara and T. Sugano) 85
14. A STUDY OF POLYMER SUPPORTED METALLOCENE CATALYSTS FOR GAS PHASE OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION (J.C. Hsu, G. Tairova, J.S. Chung, Y. Zhang, K.B. McAuley and D.W. Bacon) 91
15. POLYMERIZATION OF METHYL METHACRYLATE INITIATED BY HALF-METALLOCENE COMPLEXES OF TANTALUM: LIGAND ARCHITECTURE LEADING TO LIVING POLYMERIZATION (K. Mashima, Y. Matsuo and K. Tani) 98
16. POLYMERISATION OF OLEFINS WITH HOMOGENEOUS AND HETEROGENEOUS METALLOCENE CATALYSTS ON CLAY MINERALS (K. Weiss, S. Botzenhardt and M. Hofmann) 104
17. COCATALYST ACTIVATION AND FIRST MONOMER INSERTION OF METALLOCENE CATALYSTS. AN IN SITU FTIR AND QUANTUM CHEMICAL STUDY (J.L. Eilertsen, J.A. Stovneng, M. Ystenes and E. Rytter) 111
18. IONS PAIRS FORMATION FOR CATALYST CP2ZrMe2/MAO: A DFT QUANTUM CHEMICAL STUDY (V.A. Zakharov and I.I. Zakharov) 117
19. STUDIES IN SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY FOR POLYMERIZATION CATALYST SYSTEMS-A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CLAY-SUPPORTED AND SILICA-SUPPORTED METALLOCENE CATALSYTS (P.J.T. Tait and D.A.S. Walshe) 124
20. STYRENE AND DIENE POLYMERIZATION WITH CpTiCl3-BASED CATALYSTS. (A. Zambelli, F. Grisi and I. Sessa) 132
21. FI CATALYSTS: HIGH PERFORMANCE NEW OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION CATALYSTS (T. Fujita, M. Mitani, S. Matsui, J. Saito, Y. Yoshida, Y. Tohi, N. Matsukawa, S. Ishii, J. Mohri, Y. Inoue, T. Nakano, H. Tanaka, T. Matsugi, S. Kojoh and N. Kashiwa) 141
22. EFFECT OF SILICA SUPPORTS ON OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION CATALYST PERFORMANCE (T.J. Pullukat) 147
23. XPS STUDY ON THE CHROMIUM SPECIES OF THE PHILLIPS CATALYST REDUCED WITH COCATALYSTS (K. Hasebe, T. Nozaki and F. Matsushita) 156
24. HETEROGENIZATION OF METALORGANIC CATALYSTS AND NON-UNIFORMITY OF ACTIVE SITES (L.A. Novokshonova, I.N. Meshkova, N. Yu Kovaleva, T.M. Ushakova, P.N. Brevnov, V.G. Krasheninnikov, T.A. Ladygina, I.O. Leipunskii, A.N. Zhigach and M.L. Kuskov) 162
25. ETHYLENE-NORBORNENE COPOLYMER MICROSTRUCTURE AT TETRAD LEVEL: ADVANCES IN ASSIGNMENTS OF 13C-NMR SPECTRA AND INSIGHTS ON POLYMERIZATION MECHANISMS (I. Tritto, L. Boggioni, J. Jansen, K. Thorshaug, M.C. Sacchi and D.R. Ferro) 168
26. INFLUENCE OF ETHYLENE ON THE KINETICS OF PROPYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH A CLAY MINERAL SUPPORTED METALLOCENE CATALYST (F. Shimizu, Y. Suga and G. Weickert) 174
27. ETHYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH ”CONSTRAINED-GEOMETRY” TITANIUM CATALYSTS OVER BORATE-MODIFIED SILICA SUPPORTS (K. Musikabhumma, T.P. Spaniol and J. Okuda) 178
28. INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY-A SECRET WINDOW TO THE HEART OF THE CATALYST? (M. Ystenes, O. Bache, O.M. Bade, R. Blom, J.L. Eilertsen, O. Nirisen, M. Ott, K. Svendsen and E. Rytter) 184
29. ALTERNATING COPOLYMERIZATION OF ETHYLENE AND 5-HEXEN-1-OL WITH ZIRCONOCENE/MAO CATALYSTS (H. Hagihara, K. Tsuchihara, Y. Suzuki, M. Asai, M. Murata, H. Ozaki, T. Kase, M. Kawabe, Y. Fukui, H.T. Ban, J. Jin, T. Uozumi and T. Sano) 192
30. ETHYLENE POLYMERIZATION TESTS AND XPS MEASUREMENTS OF THE CrOx/SiO2 CATALYST MODIFIED BY Et3Al (P. Sindelar, B. Liu and M. Terano) 200
31. CAR-PARRINELLO MOLECULAR DYNAMICS INVESTIGATION OF ACTIVE SURFACES AND Ti/V CATALYTIC SITES IN ZIEGLER-NATTA HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS (M. Boero, K. Terakura, M. Parrinello and H. Weiss) 210
32. HIGHLY ISOSPECIFIC POLYMERIZATION OF PROPYLENE BY HIGHLY MODIFIED 4TH GENERATION CATALYST (H. Yanagihara, K. Tagashira and H. Takahashi) 216
33. ON THE NUMBER OF ACTIVE SITES IN SYNDIOSPECIFIC LIVING POLYMERIZATION OF STYRENIC MONOMERS (M. Murata, M. Kawabe, Y. Fukui, T. Kase, H. Ozaki, H.T. Ban, K. Tsuchihara, H. Hagihara, Y. Suzuki and M. Asai) 223
34. A NEW FAMILY OF POLYOLEFINS WITH FISCHER-TROPSCH OLEFINS: TERPOLYMERS WITH BRANCHED α-OLEFINS (I. Tincul, D. Joubert, J. Smith and P.v. Zyl) 229
35. MAPPING OF CATALYST RESIDUES AND OXIDATION SITES IN POLYPROPYLENE (I. Blakey, H. Liu and G. George) 235
36. IMPROVEMENT OF MECHANICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYPROPYLENE BY NOVEL NUCLEATING AGENTS (METAL SOAP OF CYCLIC ORGANOPHOSPHOROUS) (E. Tobita and T. Haruna) 241
37. EFFECT OF PRIMARY STRUCTURE ON PHOTO-OXIDATIVE STABILITY OF POLYPROPYLENES (M.S. Alam, T. Ichiki, B. Liu, H. Nakatani, K. Nitta and M. Terano) 249
38. RECENT POLYMER PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY IN THE JAPANESE PLASTIC INDUSTRY (T. Sakai) 255
39. INFLUENCE OF CATALYST CONTROLLED MOLECULAR STRUCTURE ON THE POSTMODIFICATION OF POLYOLEFINS (F. Ciardelli, A. Altomare, E. Passaglia and S. Bronco) 261
40. MOLECULAR CHAIN ARRANGEMENTS IN CRYSTALS FORMED DURING HETEROGENEOUS POLYMERIZATION OF OLEFINS (T. Komoto) 268
41. A MOLECULAR THEORY FOR MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYOLEFIN SOLIDS (K. Nitta) 274
42. LIVING NATURE OF PROPENE POLYMERIZATION WITH ANSA-(CYCLOPENTADIENYLAMIDO) DIMETHYLTITANIUM DERIVATIVES USING MAO AS COCATALYST) (T. Shiono, T. Hasan, A. Ioku, K. Nishi-i and T. Ikeda) 280
43 PHENOXY-TITANIUM COMPLEX COMPOUNDS AS NEW SINGLE SITE CATALYSTS FOR ETHYLENE, α-OLEFIN AND DIOLEFIN MONOMERS (A. Imai, H. Katayama, M. Nabika, H. Hozumi, A. Ogawa and H. Jouhouji) 286
44. CONTROLLED BLOCK COPOLYMERIZATIONS OF 1-OLEFINS WITH POLAR MONOMERS CATALYZED BY SINGLE COMPONENT LANTHANIDE INITIATORS (H. Yasuda and G. Desumont) 292
45. RARE EARTH ALKOXIDES AS NEW CATALYTIC PRECURSORS FOR OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION AND COPOLYMERIZATION (J. Gromada, J.F. Carpentier, T. Chenal, A. Mortreux, F. Leising and J.W. Ziller) 298
46. CONTROL OF STRAIN-HARDENING BY A SMALL MASS FRACTION OF ULTRAHIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT COMPONENT UNDER UNIAXIAL ELONGATIONAL FLOW (K. Koyama and A. Minegishi) 304
47. POLYMERIC FOAMING OF OLEFIN POLYMER IN THE 21st CENTURY (M. Ohshima) 310
48. ALKYLATION OF TRANSITION METAL SALTS AS A FERTILE AND VERSATILE APPROACH TO OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION CATALYSTS (J.J. Eisch, F.A. Owuor, P.O. Otieno, J.A. Gitua, X. Shi and A.A. Adeosun) 316
49. SYNTHESIS OF HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT ATACTIC POLYPROPYLENE WITH NOBEL PHENOXY TITANIUM CATALYST (K. Yada, M. Tsuji, H. Johoji and S. Hosoda) 327
50. PROPENE POLYMERIZATION WITH SILICA-SUPPORTED (η5-PENTAMETHYLCYCLOPENTADIENYL) TRIMETHYLTITANIUM CATALYST (A. Ioku, T. Shiono and T. Ikeda) 333
51. FUNCTIONALIZATION OF ISOTACTIC POLYPROPENE USING 1,2,4-TRIVINYL-CYCLOHEXANE AS A COMONOMER (Y.G. Nam, S. Murayama, T. Shiono and T. Ikeda) 339
52. PREPARATION OF SURFACE ALKYLATED SILICA SUPPORTED CATALYSTS FOR ETHYLENE POLYMERIZATION (I. Nishiyama, K. Fukuda, M. Yamahiro, B. Liu, H. Nakatani and M. Terano) 345
53. SYNTHESES OF POLYETHYLENE AND POLYPROPYLENE WITH CYCLOPENTANE UNITS IN THE MAIN CHAIN BY ZIRCONOCENE CATALYSTS (N. Naga and Y. Imanishi) 351
54. MISCIBILITY AND ISOTHERMAL CRYSTALLIZATION KINETICS FOR BINARY BLENDS OF i-PP AND METALLOCENE BASED ETHYLENE α-OLEFIN RANDOM COPOLYMER (M. Seki, M. Uchida, N. Ikeya, Y. Matsushita and K. Takagi) 359
55. INVESTIGATION OF EFFECTS AND ROLES OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL DONORS ON THE ISOSPECIFICITY DISTRIBUTION OF THE ACTIVE SITES OF A ZIEGLER CATALYST BY TEMPERATURE RISING ELUTION FRACTIONATION ANALYSIS (H. Matsuoka, B. Liu, H. Nakatani, I. Nishiyama and M. Terano) 365
56. SYNDIOSPECIFIC LIVING POLYMERIZATION AND BLOCK COPOLYMERIZATION OF SILYL-PROTECTED HYDROXYSTYRENE AND PREPARATION OF SYNDIOTACTIC POLY(4-HYDROXYSTYRENE) WITH NARROW MOLECULAR WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION (M. Kawabe, M. Murata, Y. Fukui, T. Kase, H. Ozaki, H.T. Ban, K. Tsuchihara, H. Hagihara, Y. Suzuki and M. Asai) 372
57. HOMOPOLYMERIZATION OF ETHENE AND COPOLYMERIZATION WITH 1-HEXENE WITH DI-SILYLENE BRIDGED ZIRCONOCENE CATALYSTS (H. Wigum, R.H. Heyn, K.A. Solli, J.A. Stovneng and E. Rytter) 378
58. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS STUDY ON PROPYLYENE POLYMERIZATION OVER ZIEGLER-NATTA CATALYSTS (M. Fushimi, M. Ando, H. Kurokawa, Z. Hui, S. Takami, M. Kubo, A. Miyamoto and A. Imamura) 384
59. INFLUENCE OF ADSORPTIVE SEPARATION OF METHYLALUMOXANE BY SILICEOUS POROUS MATERIALS ON ITS CO-CATALYTIC PERFORMANCE IN PROPYLENE POLYMERIZATION (Y. Oumi, T. Miyazaki, T. Niimi, H. Hagimoto, T. Uozumi and T. Sano) 390
60. INFLUENCE OF INTERNAL DONORS FOR HYDROGEN RESPONSE ON PROPYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH MgCl2-SUPPORTED CATALYSTS (K. Tashino, H. Ogawa, Y. Suzuki and M. Sato) 398
61. MODIFIED ALUMOXANE AS NEW ADVANCED COCATALYST OF TRANSITION METAL COMPLEX CATALYST FOR OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION (Y. Seki, M. Fujita and T. Miyatake) 404
62. PROBING THE INDUCTION PERIOD OF PHILLIPS CrOx/SiO2 CATALYST THROUGH COMBINED SURFACE ANALYTICAL METHODS (B. Liu, H. Nakatani and M. Terano) 409
63. REACTION-MADE HIGH MELTSTRENGTH PP “NEWSTREN AND NEWFOAMER” (K. Shimizu, M. Kimura, A. Yamauchi and M. Sugimoto) 415
64. STABILITY OF GROWING POLYMER CHAIN ON THE Cr(acac)3/MgCl2-ETHYLBENZOATE/AlEt2Cl CATALYST SYSTEM (Y.-W. Shin, H. Nakatani, T. Uozumi, B. Liu, T.Sano, K. Nitta and M. Terano) 421
PREFACE
1. AN UNIFIED MECHANISM OF OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION-A Transition State Theory (T. Keii) 1
2. GAS PHASE POLYMERIZATION OF OLEFINS AND DIENES BY METALLOCENE CATALYSTS (W. Kaminsky and D. Arrowsmith) 13
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Acknowledgment
Background to nanotechnology / 1:
Scientific revolutions / 1.1:
Types of nanotechnology and nanomachines / 1.2:
The periodic table / 1.3:
Atomic structure / 1.4:
Molecules and phases / 1.5:
Energy / 1.6:
Molecular and atomic size / 1.7:
Surfaces and dimensional space / 1.8:
Top down and bottom up / 1.9:
Exercises / 1.10:
References / 1.11:
Molecular nanotechnology / 2:
Atoms by inference / 2.1:
Electron microscopes / 2.2:
Scanning electron microscope / 2.3:
Modern transmission electron microscope / 2.4:
Scanning probe microscopy--atomic force microscope / 2.5:
Scanning tunnelling microscope / 2.6:
Nanomanipulator / 2.7:
Nanotweezers / 2.8:
Atom manipulation / 2.9:
Nanodots / 2.10:
Self assembly / 2.11:
Dip pen nanolithography / 2.12:
Nanopowders and nanomaterials / 2.13:
What are nanomaterials? / 3.1:
Preparation / 3.2:
Plasma arcing / 3.3:
Chemical vapour deposition / 3.4:
Sol-gels / 3.5:
Silica gels
Hydrolysis
Condensation and polymerisation of monomers to form particles
Zirconia and yttrium gels
Aluminosilicate gels
Forming nanostructured surfaces using the sol-gel process
Trapping by sol-gels
Electrodeposition / 3.6:
Ball milling / 3.7:
Using natural nanoparticles / 3.8:
Applications of nanomaterials / 3.9:
Insulation materials
Machine tools
Phosphors
Batteries
High power magnets
Motor vehicles and aircraft
Medical implants
Other medical uses
The carbon age / 3.10:
New forms of carbon / 4.1:
Types of nanotubes / 4.2:
Formation of nanotubes / 4.3:
Methods and reactants
Arcing in the presence of cobalt
Laser methods
Chemical vapour deposition method
Other methods
Assemblies / 4.4:
Purification of carbon nanotubes / 4.5:
The properties of nanotubes / 4.6:
Conductivity
Strength and elasticity
Uses of nanotubes / 4.7:
Electronics
Hydrogen storage
Materials
Mechanical machines
Space elevators
Molecular mimics / 4.8:
Catenanes and rotaxanes / 5.1:
Molecular switches / 5.2:
The electron driven molecular shuttle switch / 5.3:
The pH driven molecular shuttle switch / 5.4:
The light driven molecular shuttle switch / 5.5:
Synthesis of rotaxanes and catenanes / 5.6:
Rotaxanes and molecular computers / 5.7:
Chemical rotors / 5.8:
Prodders / 5.9:
Flippers / 5.10:
Atom shuttles / 5.11:
Actuators / 5.12:
Contacts / 5.13:
Nanobiometrics / 5.14:
Introduction / 6.1:
Lipids as nano- bricks and mortar / 6.2:
Lipid structure
Self-organising supramolecular structures
Things to do with lipids--templates
Same but different: self-assembled monolayers / 6.3:
The bits that do things--proteins / 6.4:
Three-dimensional structures using a 20 amino acid alphabet
Nanoscale motors
Biological computing--a protein-based 3D optical memory based on bacteriorhodopsin
Ion channels as sensors
Structure is information--DNA / 6.5:
What is DNA?
Using DNA to build nano-cubes and hinges
DNA as smart glue
Wiring up the nanoworld: DNA as wire template
A biological nanotechnological future / 6.6:
Optics, photonics and solar energy / 6.7:
Properties of light and nanotechnology / 7.1:
Reflectance of light
Transmission of light
Polarisation
Radiation
Interaction of light and nanotechnology / 7.2:
Photon trapping and plasmons
Dielectric constant and polarisation
Refractive index
Nanoholes and photons / 7.3:
Imaging / 7.4:
New low cost energy efficient windows and solar absorbers based on nanoparticles / 7.5:
Nanometals
Nanotechnology and daylight
Solar cells, nanoparticles and nanostructures
Optically useful nanostructured polymers
Photonic crystals, surface wave guides and control of light paths / 7.6:
Nanoelectronics / 7.7:
What will nanoelectronics do for us? / 8.1:
The birth of electronics / 8.3:
Semiconductors
The invention of the transistor
Integrated circuits
The tools of micro- and nanofabrication / 8.4:
Optical lithography
Electron beam lithography
Atomic lithography
Molecular beam epitaxy
From classical to quantum physics / 8.5:
Quantum electronic devices / 8.6:
High electron mobility transistors
Quantum interference transistor
Single electron transistors
Quantum corrals in electronics
Carbon nanotube transistors
Molecular electronics
DNA-directed assembly and application in electronics
Quantum information and quantum computers / 8.7:
How is a quantum computer different to a classical computer?
How does a quantum computer work?
Writing to an idealised atomic-quantum computer
Read-out from an idealised atomic-quantum computer
Quantum computation
Decoherence--the enemy of quantum computation
The power of quantum computation
Power of a classical computer
Power of a quantum computer
Quantum algorithms
Shor's algorithm
Grover's algorithm
Experimental implementations of quantum computers / 8.8:
Future applications / 8.9:
Microelectromechanical systems / 9.1:
Robots--how small can they go? / 9.2:
Ageless materials / 9.3:
Invisible mending of atomic dislocations inside damaged materials / 9.4:
Nanomechanics and nanoelasticity / 9.5:
Nanoparticle coatings--special new effects / 9.6:
Nanoelectronic and magnetic devices and new computing systems / 9.7:
Optoelectronic devices / 9.8:
Light emitting diodes
Thermionic solar power
Environmental applications / 9.9:
Into the realms of imagination / 9.10:
Communication / 10.1:
Manufacturing / 10.3:
Active materials and swarms
Nanomedicine / 10.4:
Society and ethics / 10.5:
Religion and making everything from everything else / 10.6:
Thanks for all the fish / 10.7:
Index / 10.8:
Authors
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Acknowledgment
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Introduction to Luminescence Assay / Section I:
Light Probes / Knox Van Dyke ; Karen WoodforkChapter 1:
Instrumentation for the Measurement of Luminescence / Chapter 2:
Calculations to Quantify Luminescent Measurements / Christopher Van DykeChapter 3:
A Low-Budget Luminometer for Sensitive Chemiluminescent Immunoassays / Nino Porakishvili ; John L. A. Fordham ; Marie Charrel ; Peter J. Delves ; Torben Lund ; Ivan M. RoittChapter 4:
Functionality of Commercially Available Instruments for Luminescence / Appendix A:
Survey of Commercially Available Instruments for Luminescence / Appendix B:
Light Probes/Clinical Assay / Section II:
Chemiluminescent N-Sulfonylacridinium-9-Carboxamides and Their Application in Clinical Assays / Maciej Adamczyk ; Phillip G. MattinglyChapter 5:
Bioluminescence Detection of Proteolytic Bond Cleavage by Using Recombinant Aequorin / Sapna K. Deo ; Jennifer C. Lewis ; Sylvia DaunertChapter 6:
Development of New Label Enzymes for Bioluminescent Enzyme Immunoassay / Masako MaedaChapter 7:
Assay of Diversified Biomolecules with a Luminogenic Conjugate Substrate: 5-(5'Azoluciferinyl)-2,3-Dihydro-1,4-Phthalazinedione / Thankiah Sudhaharan ; Annadi Ram ReddyChapter 8:
Hybrid Capture: A System for Nucleic Acid Detection by Signal Amplification Technology / Attila Lorincz ; James AnthonyChapter 9:
Molecular Biological Applications of Luminescence / Section III:
Chemiluminescent Technology: Optimization of Western Blots and ELISAs Utilizing a Horseradish Peroxidase Label in Automated Systems / Kimberly K. Hines ; Kelli Feather-Henigan ; Li Li ; Ineabel Horneij ; Carrie Clothier ; Greg Milosevich ; Bill Lipton ; Tom BrotckeChapter 10:
A Luminol/Iodophenol Chemiluminescent Detection System for Western Immunoblots / Alexander F. Yakunin ; Patrick C. HallenbeckChapter 11:
Chemiluminescent Detection of Immobilized Nucleic Acids--From Southern Blots to Microarrays / John L. Tonkinson ; Breck O. Parker ; Michael A. HarveyChapter 12:
Differential Display Polymerase Chain Reaction Using Chemiluminescent Detection / Gang An ; Robert W. VeltriChapter 13:
Nonradioactive Labeled Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphisms for Application in Forest Trees / Birgit Ziegenhagen ; Reinhold Brettschneider ; Vivian Kuhlenkamp ; Matthias FladungChapter 14:
Detection of Nucleic Acids Using Chemiluminescence: From Northerns to Southerns and Beyond / John C. Jackson ; Beth A. Strachan ; David von Schack ; Lee A. SylversChapter 15:
Luciferase Assay: A Powerful Tool to Determine Toxic Metal-Induced NF-[kappa]B Activation / Fei Chen ; Val Vallyathan ; Vince Castranova ; Xianglin ShiChapter 16:
Pyrosequencing: A Bioluminometric Method of DNA Sequencing / Mostafa Ronaghi ; Nader Pourman ; Viktor StolcChapter 17:
Pathway-Specific cDNA Array Using Luminescent Detection / Chapter 18:
Cellular Luminescence / Section IV:
Application of Chemiluminescence in Phagocyte-Pathogen Interactions / Susantha M. Gomis ; Dale L. Godson ; Andrew A. PotterChapter 19:
L-012: An Ultrasensitive Reagent for Detecting Cellular Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species / Isuke Imada ; Eisuke F. Sato ; Yuzo Ichimori ; Yoshio Aramaki ; Masayasu InoueChapter 20:
Avoiding the Jaws of Using Lucigenin as a Chemiluminigenic Probe for Biological Superoxide: Determining When It's Safe to Go Back into the Water / Michael A. Trush ; Yunbo LiChapter 21:
Chemiluminescent Polymer Microspheres for Measuring Reactive Oxygen Species / Shuntaro Hosaka ; Takafumi UchidaChapter 22:
The Effect of Antibiotics on Phagocytic Function of Granulocytes / Paul Hengster ; Thomas Eberl ; Franz Allerberger ; Marialuise Kunc ; Manfred P. Dierich ; Raimund MargreiterChapter 23:
In Vitro CMI: Rapid Assay for Measuring Cell-Mediated Immunity / Judith Britz ; Peter Sottong ; Richard KowalskiChapter 24:
Protective Effects of Native but Not Oxidized High-Density Lipoprotein against Proinflammatory Respiratory Burst Activities of Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes Induced by Hypochlorite-Oxidized Low-Density Lipoprotein / Steffi Kopprasch ; Jens Pietzsch ; Jurgen GrasslerChapter 25:
Peroxynitrite-Based Luminol Luminescence of Macrophages and Enhancement of the Signal / Paul McConnell ; Michael Taylor ; Laura FrostChapter 26:
Oxidative Stress / Section V:
Overview of Oxidative Stress / Chapter 27:
Luminescence Analysis of Oxidative Stress Induced by Organ Transplantation / Antonin Lojek ; Milan CizChapter 28:
Acceleration of Tissue Aging in Chickens Caused by Oxidative Stress Using Allopurinol and Detected by Cellular Humoral Chemiluminescence / Hillar Klandorf ; Dinesh S. Rathore ; Muhammad Iqbal ; Melvin F. SimoyiChapter 29:
Enhancement of Luminol-Dependent Peroxynitrite Luminescence in Dishes and Tubes from Various Macrophages: Rat Alveolar Macrophages Apparently Display a New Oxidative Mechanism / Mark J. ReasorChapter 30:
A Search to Detect Antioxidants Using Luminescence Useful for Treating Oxidative Stress / Meir SacksChapter 31:
Luminol Luminescence Generated by a Novel Peroxynitrite Mechanism Is Inhibited by Polyphenolic Plant Extracts: Nitroglycerin Tablets and Superoxide Generate Peroxynitrite / Neena AgarwalChapter 32:
Antioxidant Activity in Grape and Other Fruit Extracts Inhibits Peroxynitrite-Dependent Oxidation (from SIN-1) as Measured by Luminescence / Candace L. OgleChapter 33:
Antioxidant Actions of Acetaminophen Preventing Myocardial Injury Detected by Luminescence and Other Modalities / Gary F. MerrillChapter 34:
Luciferase Luminescence Can Be Used to Access Oxidative Damage to Plasmid DNA and Its Prevention by Selected Fruit Extracts / Chapter 35:
Luminescent Imaging / Section VI:
Detection Systems Optimized for Low-Light Chemiluminescence Imaging / Mark A. ChristensonChapter 36:
Applications of Bioluminescent and Chemiluminescent Imaging in Analytical Biotechnology / Aldo Roda ; Massimo Guardigli ; Patrizia Pasini ; Monica Musiani ; Mario BaraldiniChapter 37:
Quantification of the [alpha;[subscript 3] Subunit of the Na[superscript +]/K[superscript +]-ATPase in Cerebellar Purkinje Neurons Using Luminescence / Peggy Biser ; Jian-Qiang Kong ; William Fleming ; David TaylorChapter 38:
The Influence of Plates on Luminescence Measurement / Walter Mark ; Wolfgang SteurerChapter 39:
Whole-Body Bioluminescent Imaging for the Study of Animal Models of Human Bacterial Disease / Kevin P. Francis ; Danny Joh ; Stacy M. Burns ; Christopher Gruber ; Christopher H. Contag ; Pamela R. ContagChapter 40:
High-Throughput Screening / Section VII:
Resonance Energy Transfer as an Emerging Technique for Monitoring Protein-Protein Interactions in Vivo: BRET vs. FRET / Yao Xu ; Akihito Kanauchi ; David W. Piston ; Carl Hirschie JohnsonChapter 41:
BRET[superscript 2]: Efficient Energy Transfer from Renilla Luciferase to GFP[superscript 2] to Measure Protein-Protein Interactions and Intracellular Signaling Events in Live Cells / Pierre Dionne ; Mireille Caron ; Anne Labonte ; Kelly Carter-Allen ; Benoit Houle ; Erik Joly ; Sean C. Taylor ; Luc MenardChapter 42:
High-Throughput Screening of Arabidopsis Mutants with Deregulated Stress-Responsive Luciferase Gene Expression Using a CCD Camera / Byeong-ha Lee ; Beck Stevenson ; Jian-Kang ZhuChapter 43:
NorthStar HTS Workstation: A CCD-Based Integrated Platform for High-Throughput Screening / Deborah M. Boldt-Houle ; Yu-Xin Yan ; Corinne E. M. Olesen ; Anthony C. Chiulli ; Brian J. D'Eon ; Betty Liu ; John C. Voyta ; Irena BronsteinChapter 44:
Versatile, Fast Multilabel-Biochip-Reader Using a CCD Camera / Berthold Breitkopf ; Fritz BertholdChapter 45:
Index
Introduction to Luminescence Assay / Section I:
Light Probes / Knox Van Dyke ; Karen WoodforkChapter 1:
Instrumentation for the Measurement of Luminescence / Chapter 2:
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Series Preface
Preface to Volume 1
Abbreviations
Review / Part I:
The Integration of Biotransformations into the Catalyst Portfolio / 1:
Hydrolysis of esters, amides, nitriles and oxiranes / 1.1:
Reduction reactions / 1.2:
Reduction of carbonyl compounds / 1.2.1:
Reduction of alkenes / 1.2.2:
Oxidative transformations / 1.3:
Carbon-carbon bond-forming reactions / 1.4:
Conclusions / 1.5:
References
Procedures / Part II:
General Information / 2:
Asymmetric Epoxidation / 3:
Introduction / 3.1:
Epoxidation of [alpha], [beta]-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds / 4:
Non-asymmetric epoxidation / 4.1:
Asymmetric epoxidation using poly-d-leucine / 4.2:
Synthesis of leucine N-carboxyanhydride / 4.2.1:
Synthesis of immobilized poly-d-leucine / 4.2.2:
Asymmetric epoxidation of (E)-benzylideneacetophenone / 4.2.3:
Conclusion / 4.2.4:
Asymmetric epoxidation using chiral modified diethylzinc / 4.3:
Epoxidation of 2-isobutylidene-1-tetralone / 4.3.1:
Asymmetric epoxidation of (E)-benzylideneacetophenone using the La-(R)-BINOL-Ph[subscript 3]PO/cumene hydroperoxide system / K. Daikai ; M. Kamaura ; J. Inanaga4.3.2:
Merits of the system / 4.4.1:
Epoxidation of Allylic Alcohols / 5:
Asymmetric epoxidation using a chiral titanium complex / 5.1:
Epoxidation of cinnamyl alcohol / 5.2.1:
Epoxidation of (E)-2-methyl-3-phenyl-2-propenol / 5.2.2:
Epoxidation of (E)-2-hexen-1-ol / 5.2.3:
Asymmetric epoxidation of (E)-undec-2-en-1-ol using poly(octamethylene tartrate) / D.C. Sherrington ; J.K. Karjalainen ; O.E.O. Hormi5.2.4:
Synthesis of branched poly (octamethylene-L-(+)-tartrate) / 5.3.1:
Asymmetric epoxidation of (E)-undec-2-en-1-ol / 5.3.2:
Epoxidation of Unfunctionalized Alkenes and [alpha], [beta]-Unsaturated Esters / 6:
Asymmetric epoxidation of disubstituted Z-alkenes using a chiral salen-manganese complex / 6.1:
Epoxidation of (Z)-methyl styrene / 6.1.1:
Epoxidation of (Z)-ethyl cinnamate / 6.1.2:
Asymmetric epoxidation of disubstituted E-alkanes using a D-fructose based catalyst / 6.1.3:
Epoxidation of (E)-stilbene / 6.2.1:
Enantioselective epoxidation of (E)-[beta]-methylstyrene by D[subscript 2]-symmetric chiral trans-dioxoruthenium (VI) porphyrins / Rui Zhang ; Wing-Yiu Yu ; Chi-Ming Che6.2.2:
Preparation of the trans-dioxoruthenium (VI) complexes with D[subscript 2]-symmetric porphyrins (H[subscript 2]L[superscript 1-3]) / 6.3.1:
Enantioselective epoxidation of (E)-[beta]-methylstyrene / 6.3.2:
Asymmetric Hydroxylation and Aminohydroxylation / 6.3.3:
Asymmetric aminohydroxylation of 4-methoxystyrene / P.O'Brien ; S.A. Osborne ; D.D. Parker7.1:
Asymmetric dihydroxylation of (1-cyclohexenyl)acetonitrile / Jean-Michel Vatele7.1.1:
(R,R)-(1,2-Dihydroxycyclohexyl)acetonitrile acetonide / 7.2.1:
Asymmetric Sulfoxidation / 7.2.2:
Asymmetric oxidation of sulfides and kinetic resolution of sulfoxides / Laura Palombi ; Arrigo Scettri8.1:
Asymmetric oxidation of 4-bromothioanisole / 8.1.1:
Kinetic resolution of racemic 4-bromophenyl methyl sulfoxide / 8.1.2:
Asymmetric Reduction of Ketones Using Organometallic Catalysts / 9:
Asymmetric hydrogenation using a metal catalyst: [Ru((S)-BiNAP)] / 9.1:
Asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of [beta]-ketoesters / Kathelyne Everaere ; Jean-Francois Carpentier ; Andre Mortreux ; Michel Bulliard9.3:
(S,S)-1,2-bis(tert-Butylmethylphosphino)ethane (BisP*): Synthesis and use as a ligand / T. Imamoto9.4:
Synthesis of BisP* / 9.4.1:
Synthesis of 1,2-bis(tert-butylmethylphosphino) ethaneruthenium bromide (BisP*-Ru) / 9.4.2:
Synthesis of (R)-(-)-methyl 3-hydroxypentanoate using (BisP*-Ru) / 9.4.3:
(1S,3R,4R)-2-Azanorbornylmethanol, an efficient ligand for ruthenium-catalysed asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of aromatic ketones / Diego A. Alonso ; Pher G. Andersson9.5:
Synthesis of ethyl(1S,3R,4R)-2-[(S)-1-phenylethylamino]-2-azabicyclo[2.2.1] hept-5-ene-3-carboxylate / 9.5.1:
Synthesis of (1S,3R,4R)-3-hydroxymethyl-2-azabicyclo[2.2.1]heptane / 9.5.2:
Ruthenium-catalysed asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of acetophenone / 9.5.3:
Asymmetric Reduction of Ketones Using Bakers' Yeast / 10:
Bakers' yeast reduction of ethyl acetoacetate / 10.1:
Enantioselective synthesis of cis-N-carbobenzyloxy-3-hydroxyproline ethyl ester / Mukund P. Sibi ; James W. Christensen10.2:
Immobilization of bakers' yeast / 10.2.1:
Bakers' yeast reduction of cis-N-carbobenzyloxy-3-ketoproline ethyl ester / 10.2.2:
Asymmetric Reduction of Ketones Using Nonmetallic Catalysts / 11:
Oxazaborolidine borane reduction of acetophenone / 11.1:
Oxazaphosphinamide borane reduction of chloroacetophenone / 11.3:
Asymmetric reduction of chloroacetophenone using a sulfoximine catalyst / 11.4:
Preparation of [beta]-hydroxysulfoximine borane / 11.4.1:
Reduction of chloroacetophenone using the sulfoximine borane / 11.4.2:
Summary / 11.4.3:
Asymmetric reduction of bromoketone catalysed by cis-aminoindanol oxazaborolidine / Chris H. Senanayake ; H. Scott Wilkinson ; Gerald J. Tanoury11.5:
Synthesis of aminoindanol oxazaborolidine / 11.5.1:
Asymmetric reduction of 2-bromo-(3-nitro-4-benzyloxy)acetophenone / 11.5.2:
Stereoselective reduction of 2,3-butadione monoxime trityl ether / 11.5.3:
Stereoselective reduction of methyl 3-oxo-2-trityloxyiminostearate / 11.5.5:
Stereoselective reduction of 1-(tert-butyldimethylsilyloxy)-3-oxo-2-trityloxyiminooctadecane / 11.5.6:
Enantioselective reduction of ketones using N-arylsulfonyl oxazaborolidines / Pingrong Liu ; Gregory R. Cook11.6:
Synthesis of N-(2-pyridinesulfonyl)-1-amino-2-indanol / 11.6.1:
Asymmetric reduction of a prochiral ketone (chloroacetophenone) / 11.6.2:
Reduction of ketones using amino acid anions as catalyst and hydrosilane as oxidant / Michael A. Brook11.7:
Asymmetric Hydrogenation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds Using Organometallic Catalysts / 12:
Hydrogenation of dimethyl itaconate using [Rh((S,S)-Me-BPE)] / 12.1:
Hydrogenation of an [alpha]-amidoacrylate using [Rh((R,R)-Me-DuPHOS)] / 12.3:
Hydrogenation of an [alpha]-amidoacrylate using [Rh(B[3.2.0]DPO)] complexes / 12.4:
Preparation of (COD)[subscript 2] Rh[superscript +]BF[subscript 4 superscript -] / 12.4.1:
Preparation of the bisphosphinite ligand / 12.4.2:
Asymmetric reduction of [alpha]-acetamido cinnamic acid / 12.4.3:
Hydrogenation of enol carbonates and 4-methylene-N-acyloxazolidinone using [Rh((R)-BiNAP)] complexes / P.H. Dixneuf ; C. Bruneau ; P. Le Gendre12.5:
Synthesis of (S)-4,4,5-trimethyl-1, 3-dioxolane-2-one / 12.5.1:
Synthesis of (S)-2-methyl-2,3-butanediol / 12.5.2:
Preparation of optically active N-acyloxazolidinones / 12.5.3:
Synthesis of (R)-N-propionyl-4,5,5-trimethyl-1, 3-oxazolidin-2-one / 12.5.4:
Enantioselective ruthenium-catalyzed hydrogenation of vinylphosphonic acids / Virginie Ratovelomanana-Vidal ; Jean-Pierre Genet12.6:
Synthesis of chiral Ru(II) catalysts / 12.6.1:
Asymmetric hydrogenation of vinylphosphonic acids carrying a phenyl substituent at C[subscript 2] / 12.6.2:
Asymmetric reduction of a vinylphosphonic acid carrying a naphthyl substituent at C[superscript 2] / 12.6.3:
Scope of the hydrogenation reaction / 12.6.4:
Synthesis of a cylindrically chiral diphosphine and asymmetric hydrogenation of dehydroamino acids / Jahyo Kang ; Jun Hee Lee12.7:
Preparation of (R,R)-1,1'-bis([alpha]-hydroxypropyl) ferrocene / 12.7.1:
Preparation of (R,R)-1,1'-bis [alpha-(dimethylamino)propyl]ferrocene / 12.7.2:
Preparation of (R,R,[subscript p]S,[subscript p]S)-1,1'-bis [alpha-(dimethylamino)propyl]-2,2'-bis (diphenyl-phosphino)ferrocene / 12.7.3:
Preparation of (R,R,[subscript p]S,[subscript p]S)-1,1'-bis [alpha-acetoxypropyl)-2,2'-bis(diphenyl-phosphino)ferrocene / 12.7.4:
Preparation of ([subscript p]S,[subscript p]S)-1, 1'-bis (diphenylphosphino)-2,2'-bis(1-ethylpropyl) ferrocene [(S,S)-3-Pt-FerroPHOS] / 12.7.5:
Preparation of [(COD)Rh(([subscript p]S, [subscript p]S)-1, 1'-bis(diphenylphosphino)-2,2'-bis (1-ethylpropyl)ferrocene superscript +]BF[superscript - subscript 4] / 12.7.6:
Asymmetric hydrogenation of [alpha]-acetamido cinnamic acid / 12.7.7:
Synthesis and application of diamino FERRIPHOS as ligand for enantioselective Rh-catalysed preparation of chiral [alpha]-amino acids / Matthias Lotz ; Juan J. Almena Perea ; Paul Knochel12.8:
Synthesis of 1,1'-di(benzoyl)ferrocene / 12.8.1:
Synthesis of (S,S)-1,1'-bis ([alpha]-hydroxyphenylmethyl)ferrocene / 12.8.2:
Synthesis of (S,S)-1,1'-bis ([alpha]-acetoxyphenylmethyl)ferrocene / 12.8.3:
Synthesis of (S,S)-1,1'-bis([alpha]-N,N-dimethylaminophenylmethyl)ferrocene / 12.8.4:
Synthesis of ([alpha]S, [alpha]'S)-1,1'-bis([alpha]-N, N-dimethylaminophenylmethyl)-(R,R)-1,1'bis(diphenylphosphino)ferrocene / 12.8.5:
Asymmetric hydrogenation of methyl-(Z)-3-phenyl-2-methyl-carboxamido-2-propenoate using (S)-(R)-diamino FERRIPHOS as chiral ligand / 12.8.6:
Employment of Catalysts Working in Tandem / 13:
A one-pot sequential asymmetric hydrogenation utilizing Rh(I)- and Ru(II)-catalysts / Takayuki Doi ; Takashi Takahashi13.1:
Synthesis of ethyl (Z)-4-acetamido-3-oxo-5-phenyl-4-pentenoate / 13.1.1:
Asymmetric hydrogenation of ethyl 4-acetamido-3-oxo-5-phenyl-4-pentenoate / 13.1.2:
Index
Series Preface
Preface to Volume 1
Abbreviations
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Seth Stein, Michael Wysession
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Patrick Roblin and Hans Rohdin
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Preface
Acknowledgements
Heterostructure materials / 1:
Semiclassical theory of heterostructures / 2:
Quantum theory of heterostructures / 3:
Quantum heterostructure devices / 4:
Scattering processes in heterostructures / 5:
Scattering-assisted tunneling / 6:
Frequency response of quantum devices from DC to infrared / 7:
Charge control of the two-dimensional electron gas / 8:
High electric field transport / 9:
I-V model of the MODFET / 10:
Small-and large-signal AC models for the long-channel MODFET / 11:
Small-and large-signal AC models for the short-channel MODFET / 12:
DC and microwave electrothermal modeling of FETs / 13:
Analytical DC analysis of short-gate MODFETs / 14:
Small signal AC analysis of the short-gate velocity-saturated MODFET / 15:
Gate resistance and the Schottky-barrier interface / 16:
MODFET high-frequency performance / 17:
Modeling high-performance HBTs / 18:
Practical high-frequency HBTs / 19:
Index
Preface
Acknowledgements
Heterostructure materials / 1:
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Arthur M. Lesk
出版情報: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2002  xvi, 283 p., [4] p. of plates ; 25 cm
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Plan of the book
Introduction / 1:
A scenario
Life in space and time
Dogmas: central and peripheral
Observables and data archives
Curation, annotation, and quality control
The World Wide Web
The hURLy-bURLy
Electronic publication
Computers and computer science
Programming
Biological classification and nomenclature
Use of sequences to determine phylogenetic relationships
Use of SINES and LINES to derive phylogenetic relationships
Searching for similar sequences in databases: PSI-BLAST
Introduction to protein structure
The hierarchical nature of protein architecture
Classification of protein structures
Protein structure prediction and engineering
Critical Assessment of Structure Prediction (CASP)
Protein engineering
Clinical implications
The future
Recommended reading
Exercises, Problems, and Weblems
Genome organization and evolution / 2:
Genomics and proteomics
Genes
Proteins
Proteomes
Eavesdropping on the transmission of genetic information
Mappings between the maps
High-resolution maps
Picking out genes in genomes
Genomes of prokaryotes
The genome of the bacterium Escherichia coli
The genome of the archaeon Methanococcus jannaschii
The genome of one of the simplest organisms: Mycoplasma genitalium
Genomes of eukaryotes
The genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (baker's yeast)
The genome of Caenorhabditis elegans
The genome of Drosophila melanogaster
The genome of Arabidopsis thaliana
The genome of Homo sapiens (the human genome)
Protein-coding genes
Repeat sequences
RNA
Single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)
Genetic diversity in anthropology
Genetic diversity and personal identification
Genetic analysis of cattle domestication
Evolution of genomes
Please pass the genes: horizontal gene transfer
Comparative genomics of eukaryotes
Archives and information retrieval / 3:
Database indexing and specification of search terms
Follow-up questions
Analysis of retrieved data
The archives
Nucleic acid sequence databases
Genome databases
Protein sequence databases
Databases of structures
Specialized, or 'boutique' databases
Expression and proteomics databases
Databases of metabolic pathways
Bibliographic databases
Surveys of molecular biology databases and servers
Gateways to archives
Access to databases in molecular biology
ENTREZ
The Sequence Retrieval System (SRS)
The Protein Identification Resource (PIR)
ExPASy-Expert Protein Analysis System
Ensembl
Where do we go from here?
Alignments and phylogenetic trees / 4:
Introduction to sequence alignment
The dotplot
Dotplots and sequence alignments
Measures of sequence similarity
Scoring schemes
Computing the alignment of two sequences
Variations and generalizations
Approximate methods for quick screening of databases
The dynamic programming algorithm for optimal pairwise sequence alignment
Significance of alignments
Multiple sequence alignment
Structural inferences from multiple sequence alignments
Applications of multiple sequence alignments to database searching
Profiles
PSI-BLAST
Hidden Markov Models (HMMs)
Phylogeny
Phylogenetic trees
Clustering methods
Cladistic methods
The problem of varying rates of evolution
Computational considerations
Protein structure and drug discovery / 5:
Protein stability and folding
The Sasisekharan--Ramakrishnan--Ramachandran plot describes allowed mainchain conformations
The sidechains
Protein stability and denaturation
Protein folding
Applications of hydrophobicity
Superposition of structures, and structural alignments
DALI (Distance-matrix ALIgnment)
Evolution of protein structures
Classifications of protein structures
SCOP
Protein structure prediction and modelling
Secondary structure prediction
Homology modelling
Fold recognition
Fold recognition at CASP2000
Conformational energy calculations and molecular dynamics
ROSETTA
LINUS
Assignment of protein structures to genomes
Prediction of protein function
Divergence of function: orthologues and paralogues
Drug discovery and development
The lead compound
Computer-assisted drug design
Conclusions
Index
Colour plates
Plan of the book
Introduction / 1:
A scenario
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Section Headings
The Birth of a New Domain
Three Membered Rings
Phosphiranes and Phosphirenes
Diphosphiranes and Diphosphirenes
Four Membered Rings
Phosphetanes - Early Studies
Four-Membered Rings with one Phosphorus Atom
Diphosphetanes, Dihydrodiphosphetes, and Diphosphetes
Five Membered Rings
Phospholanes and Phospholenes
Phospholes: Early literature 1953-1994
Phospholes: Recent literature 1994-1999
Heterophospholes
Six Membered Rings
Phosphinanes, Dihydro-and Tetrahydro-phosphinines
Phosphinines
Six-Membered Rings with Two or more Heteroatoms with at least One Phosphorus Atom
Macro-, Poly- and Spiro-Heterocycles
Macro- and Spiro-Heterocycles
Bicyclic and Polycyclic Systems with a Ring Junction Phosphorus Atom
Compounds with Phosphorus at the Spiro Position
Applications of Phosphorus Heterocycles in Homogeneous Catalysis
Author Index
Section Headings
The Birth of a New Domain
Three Membered Rings
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How Shasta Set Out On His Travels / 1:
A Wayside Adventure / 2:
At the Gates of Tashbaan / 3:
Shasta Falls In With the Narnians / 4:
Prince Corin / 5:
Shasta Among the Tombs / 6:
Aravis in Tashbaan / 7:
In the House of the Tisroc / 8:
Across the Desert / 9:
The Hermit of the Southern March / 10:
The Unwelcome Fellow Traveler / 11:
Shasta in Narnia / 12:
The Fight at Anvard / 13:
How Bree Became a Wiser Horse / 14:
Rabadash the Ridiculous / 15:
How Shasta Set Out On His Travels / 1:
A Wayside Adventure / 2:
At the Gates of Tashbaan / 3:
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Behind the Gym / 1:
Jill Is Given a Task / 2:
The Sailing of the King / 3:
A Parliament of Owls / 4:
Puddleglum / 5:
The Wild Waste Lands of the North / 6:
The Hill of the Strange Trenches / 7:
The House of Harfang / 8:
How They Discovered Something Worth Knowing / 9:
Travels Without the Sun / 10:
In the Dark Castle / 11:
The Queen of Underland / 12:
Underland Without the Queen / 13:
The Bottom of the World / 14:
The Disappearance of Jill / 15:
The Healing of Harms / 16:
Behind the Gym / 1:
Jill Is Given a Task / 2:
The Sailing of the King / 3:
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By Caldron Pool / 1:
The Rashness of the King / 2:
The Ape in Its Glory / 3:
What Happened That Night / 4:
How Help Came to the King / 5:
A Good Night's Work / 6:
Mainly About Dwarfs / 7:
What News the Eagle Brought / 8:
The Great Meeting on Stable Hill / 9:
Who Will Go Into the Stable? / 10:
The Pace Quickens / 11:
Through the Stable Door / 12:
How the Dwarfs Refused to Be Taken In / 13:
Night Falls on Narnia / 14:
Further Up and Further In / 15:
Farewell to Shadowlands / 16:
By Caldron Pool / 1:
The Rashness of the King / 2:
The Ape in Its Glory / 3:
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Brian R. Eggins
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Series Preface
Preface
Acronyms, Abbreviations and Symbols
About the Author
Introduction / 1:
Introduction to Sensors / 1.1:
What are Sensors? / 1.1.1:
The Nose as a Sensor / 1.1.2:
Sensors and Biosensors--Definitions / 1.2:
Aspects of Sensors / 1.3:
Recognition Elements / 1.3.1:
Transducers--the Detector Device / 1.3.2:
Methods of Immobilization / 1.3.3:
Performance Factors / 1.3.4:
Areas of Application / 1.3.5:
Transduction Elements / 2:
Electrochemical Transducers--Introduction / 2.1:
Potentiometry and Ion-Selective Electrodes: The Nernst Equation / 2.2:
Cells and Electrodes / 2.2.1:
Reference Electrodes / 2.2.2:
Quantitative Relationships: The Nernst Equation / 2.2.3:
Practical Aspects of Ion-Selective Electrodes / 2.2.4:
Measurement and Calibration / 2.2.5:
Voltammetry and Amperometry / 2.3:
Linear-Sweep Voltammetry / 2.3.1:
Cyclic Voltammetry / 2.3.2:
Chronoamperometry / 2.3.3:
Amperometry / 2.3.4:
Kinetic and Catalytic Effects / 2.3.5:
Conductivity / 2.4:
Field-Effect Transistors / 2.5:
Semiconductors--Introduction / 2.5.1:
Semiconductor--Solution Contact / 2.5.2:
Field-Effect Transistor / 2.5.3:
Modified Electrodes, Thin-Film Electrodes and Screen-Printed Electrodes / 2.6:
Thick-Film--Screen-Printed Electrodes / 2.6.1:
Microelectrodes / 2.6.2:
Thin-Film Electrodes / 2.6.3:
Photometric Sensors / 2.7:
Optical Techniques / 2.7.1:
Ultraviolet and Visible Absorption Spectroscopy / 2.7.3:
Fluorescence Spectroscopy / 2.7.4:
Luminescence / 2.7.5:
Optical Transducers / 2.7.6:
Device Construction / 2.7.7:
Solid-Phase Absorption Label Sensors / 2.7.8:
Applications / 2.7.9:
Further Reading
Sensing Elements / 3:
Ionic Recognition / 3.1:
Ion-Selective Electrodes--Introduction / 3.2.1:
Interferences / 3.2.2:
Conducting Devices / 3.2.3:
Modified Electrodes and Screen-Printed Electrodes / 3.2.4:
Molecular Recognition--Chemical Recognition Agents / 3.3:
Thermodynamic--Complex Formation / 3.3.1:
Kinetic--Catalytic Effects: Kinetic Selectivity / 3.3.2:
Molecular Size / 3.3.3:
Molecular Recognition--Spectroscopic Recognition / 3.4:
Infrared Spectroscopy--Molecular / 3.4.1:
Ultraviolet Spectroscopy--Less Selective / 3.4.3:
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy--Needs Interpretation / 3.4.4:
Mass Spectrometry / 3.4.5:
Molecular Recognition--Biological Recognition Agents / 3.5:
Enzymes / 3.5.1:
Tissue Materials / 3.5.3:
Micro-Organisms / 3.5.4:
Mitochondria / 3.5.5:
Antibodies / 3.5.6:
Nucleic Acids / 3.5.7:
Receptors / 3.5.8:
Immobilization of Biological Components / 3.6:
Adsorption / 3.6.1:
Microencapsulation / 3.6.3:
Entrapment / 3.6.4:
Cross-Linking / 3.6.5:
Covalent Bonding / 3.6.6:
Selectivity / 4:
Ion-Selective Electrodes / 4.2.1:
Others / 4.2.2:
Sensitivity / 4.3:
Range, Linear Range and Detection Limits / 4.3.1:
Time Factors / 4.4:
Response Times / 4.4.1:
Recovery Times / 4.4.2:
Lifetimes / 4.4.3:
Precision, Accuracy and Repeatability / 4.5:
Different Biomaterials / 4.6:
Different Transducers / 4.7:
Urea Biosensors / 4.7.1:
Amino Acid Biosensors / 4.7.2:
Glucose Biosensors / 4.7.3:
Uric Acid / 4.7.4:
Some Factors Affecting the Performance of Sensors / 4.8:
Amount of Enzyme / 4.8.1:
Immobilization Method / 4.8.2:
pH of Buffer / 4.8.3:
Electrochemical Sensors and Biosensors / 5:
Potentiometric Sensors--Ion-Selective Electrodes / 5.1:
Concentrations and Activities / 5.1.1:
Calibration Graphs / 5.1.2:
Examples of Ion-Selective Electrodes / 5.1.3:
Gas Sensors--Gas-Sensing Electrodes / 5.1.4:
Potentiometric Biosensors / 5.2:
pH-Linked / 5.2.1:
Ammonia-Linked / 5.2.2:
Carbon Dioxide-Linked / 5.2.3:
Iodine-Selective / 5.2.4:
Silver Sulfide-Linked / 5.2.5:
Amperometric Sensors / 5.3:
Direct Electrolytic Methods / 5.3.1:
The Three Generations of Biosensors / 5.3.2:
First Generation--The Oxygen Electrode / 5.3.3:
Second Generation--Mediators / 5.3.4:
Third Generation--Directly Coupled Enzyme Electrodes / 5.3.5:
NADH/NAD[superscript +] / 5.3.6:
Examples of Amperometric Biosensors / 5.3.7:
Amperometric Gas Sensors / 5.3.8:
Conductometric Sensors and Biosensors / 5.4:
Chemiresistors / 5.4.1:
Biosensors Based on Chemiresistors / 5.4.2:
Semiconducting Oxide Sensors / 5.4.3:
Applications of Field-Effect Transistor Sensors / 5.5:
Chemically Sensitive Field-Effect Transistors (CHEMFETs) / 5.5.1:
Ion-Selective Field-Effect Transistors (ISFETs) / 5.5.2:
FET-Based Biosensors (ENFETs) / 5.5.3:
Photometric Applications / 6:
Techniques for Optical Sensors / 6.1:
Modes of Operation of Waveguides in Sensors / 6.1.1:
Immobilized Reagents / 6.1.2:
Visible Absorption Spectroscopy / 6.2:
Measurement of pH / 6.2.1:
Measurement of Carbon Dioxide / 6.2.2:
Measurement of Ammonia / 6.2.3:
Examples That Have Been Used in Biosensors / 6.2.4:
Fluorescent Reagents / 6.3:
Fluorescent Reagents for pH Measurements / 6.3.1:
Halides / 6.3.2:
Sodium / 6.3.3:
Potassium / 6.3.4:
Gas Sensors / 6.3.5:
Indirect Methods Using Competitive Binding / 6.4:
Reflectance Methods--Internal Reflectance Spectroscopy / 6.5:
Evanescent Waves / 6.5.1:
Reflectance Methods / 6.5.2:
Attenuated Total Reflectance / 6.5.3:
Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence / 6.5.4:
Surface Plasmon Resonance / 6.5.5:
Light Scattering Techniques / 6.6:
Types of Light Scattering / 6.6.1:
Quasi-Elastic Light Scattering Spectroscopy / 6.6.2:
Photon Correlation Spectroscopy / 6.6.3:
Laser Doppler Velocimetry / 6.6.4:
Mass-Sensitive and Thermal Sensors / 7:
The Piezo-Electric Effect / 7.1:
Principles / 7.1.1:
Gas Sensor Applications / 7.1.2:
Biosensor Applications / 7.1.3:
The Quartz Crystal Microbalance / 7.1.4:
Surface Acoustic Waves / 7.2:
Plate Wave Mode / 7.2.1:
Evanescent Wave Mode / 7.2.2:
Lamb Mode / 7.2.3:
Thickness Shear Mode / 7.2.4:
Thermal Sensors / 7.3:
Thermistors / 7.3.1:
Catalytic Gas Sensors / 7.3.2:
Thermal Conductivity Devices / 7.3.3:
Specific Applications / 8:
Determination of Glucose in Blood--Amperometric Biosensor / 8.1:
Survey of Biosensor Methods for the Determination of Glucose / 8.1.1:
Aim / 8.1.2:
Determination of Nanogram Levels of Copper(I) in Water Using Anodic Stripping Voltammetry, Employing an Electrode Modified with a Complexing Agent / 8.2:
Background to Stripping Voltammetry--Anodic and Cathodic / 8.2.1:
Determination of Several Ions Simultaneously--'The Laboratory on a Chip' / 8.2.2:
Sensor Arrays and 'Smart' Sensors / 8.3.1:
Background to Ion-Selective Field-Effect Transistors / 8.3.3:
Determination of Attomole Levels of a Trinitrotoluene--Antibody Complex with a Luminescent Transducer / 8.3.4:
Background to Immuno--Luminescent Assays / 8.4.1:
Determination of Flavanols in Beers / 8.4.2:
Background / 8.5.1:
Responses to Self-Assessment Questions / 8.5.2:
Bibliography
Glossary of Terms
SI Units and Physical Constants
Periodic Table
Index
Series Preface
Preface
Acronyms, Abbreviations and Symbols
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Preface
Theory Boxes
List of Symbols
Why Interfacial Enzymes? / 1:
Structural Diversity of Nonpolar and Amphiphilic Solutes / 1.1:
To Be or Not to Be in Water / 1.2:
The Hydrophobic Effect / 1.3:
Knotty Issues of Interfacial Enzymology / 1.4:
Pathophysiology of Lipolytic Enzymes / 1.5:
Secreted PLA2 (sPLA2) Prototype for Interfacial Enzymology / 1.6:
Summary and Outlook: Towards the Paradigm for Interfacial Enzymology / 1.7:
Further Reading
Interface Phenomena: Accessibility and Exchange / 2:
Aggregates and Dispersions / 2.1:
Organized Micellar Aggregates in Aqueous Dispersions / 2.2:
Amphiphile Organization and the Monomer-Micelle Equilibrium and Exchange / 2.3:
The Concentration Issues in the Monomer-Aggregate Equilibria / 2.4:
Exchange of Amphiphiles between Organized Interfaces / 2.5:
Dispersed Phases / 2.6:
Choice of Interface for Study of an Interfacial Enzyme / 2.7:
Summary: Interface Determines the Accessibility and Replenishment Rate / 2.8:
To Be or Not To Be: Dilemma for the Substrate in Solution / 3:
Constrained Reaction Path for the Turnover in the Aqueous Phase / 3.1:
Analysis of the Steady State Turnover Cycle in the Aqueous Phase / 3.2:
Ascertaining the Reaction Path in the Aqueous Phase / 3.3:
PAF-Acetylhydrolase Hydrolyzes the Monodisperse Substrate / 3.4:
Equilibrium Partitioning and Binding to Aggregates / 3.5:
Summary: The Equilibrium Dilemma / 3.6:
Interfacial Processivity: Ensemble Behavior in the Scooting Mode / 4:
Conceptualizing Interfacial Processivity / 4.1:
The Fourfold Meaning of the Substrate Concentration / 4.2:
Constraints for Defining the Variables for the Reaction Progress in the Scooting Mode / 4.3:
Integrity of Vesicles during the Scooting Mode Reaction Progress / 4.4:
Tests for the Scooting Mode Reaction Progress by PLA2 / 4.5:
Ensemble Behavior of the Binding of the Enzyme to Vesicles / 4.6:
Summary: Ensemble Behavior in a Microscopically Heterogeneous Environment / 4.7:
Analysis of the Processive Reaction Progress / 5:
Michaelis-Menten Equation for the Turnover in the Interface / 5.1:
Catalytic Parameters from the Integrated Processive Reaction Progress / 5.2:
Additional Constraints for the Analysis of the Interfacial Turnover Events for PLA2 / 5.3:
Uses of the Primary Catalytic Parameters / 5.4:
Catalytic Mechanism of PLA2 / 5.5:
The Quality-of-Interface Effects / 5.6:
Apparent Interfacial Activation / 5.7:
Hopping and the Fast Enzyme Exchange Limit / 5.8:
Summary: Variations in the Processivity / 5.9:
Detailed Balance Conditions for Interfacial Equilibria / 6:
Binding of Ions to the Interface / 6.1:
Equilibria for the Binding of the Enzyme to the Interface / 6.2:
Effective Equilibrium Constants / 6.3:
The Cofactor Binding Obligatory for the Substrate Binding / 6.4:
Detailed Balance Conditions and Local Concentrations for Effective Ligand Binding / 6.5:
Resolution of the Interfacial Constants for PLA2 / 6.6:
Detailed Balance Conditions for PLA2 / 6.7:
Summary: Primary Equilibrium Parameters for the Kinetic Path / 6.8:
Rapid Substrate Replenishment in the Quasi-Scooting Mode / 7:
Interfacial Catalytic Cycle Turnover in the Quasi-Scooting Mode / 7.1:
Sparingly Soluble Substrates / 7.2:
Reaction Rate with the Partitioned Substrate / 7.3:
Interfacial Turnover by Triglyceride Lipase / 7.4:
Lid on tl-Lipase Active Site / 7.5:
Interfacial Allostery for the Quality-of-Interface Effects / 7.6:
Motifs for Close Contact of Proteins with the Interface / 7.7:
Summary: Multiple States of the Enzyme at the Interface / 7.8:
Interfacial Allostery / 8:
Interfacial Catalytic Turnover in the Quasi-Scooting Mode / 8.1:
The Apparent Rate Parameters for the Pig Pancreatic PLA2 / 8.2:
K*[subscript S] Allosteric Effects of the Interface / 8.3:
Analysis of the Interfacial Anionic Charge Preference: k*[subscript catS] Activation / 8.4:
The Structural Basis for the Anionic Interface Preference / 8.5:
Modeling the i-face of PLA2 / 8.6:
Site-Directed Mutagenesis to Discern Interactions Along the i-face / 8.7:
Summary: Residues Involved in Charge Compensation / 8.8:
Inhibition: Specific or Nonspecific / 9:
Specific Inhibitors / 9.1:
Kinetic Effects of Nonspecific Inhibitors / 9.2:
Kinetic Effects of the Interface-Based Competitive Inhibitors / 9.3:
Influence of Cofactor on the Scooting Kinetics / 9.4:
Effects of the Interface-Based Inhibitor on the Integrated Rate Equation in the Scooting Mode / 9.5:
Partitioning of the Inhibitor and Substrate between the Interface and the Aqueous Phase / 9.6:
Summary: Multiple Pathways for Reduction of the Observed Rate / 9.7:
The Delay to the Steady State in the Reaction Progress / 10:
Effects of the Accumulated Products in Zwitterionic Bilayers / 10.1:
Model for the Delay Due to the Product Accumulation during the Reaction Progress on Phosphatidylcholine Vesicles / 10.2:
Effect of the Accumulated Products on the Delay in the Monolayer Reaction Progress / 10.3:
Summary: Activation by the Anionic Charge Induced by the Product Accumulation / 10.4:
Nonidealities of the Dispersed Phases / 11:
The Exchange Limit / 11.1:
Exchange-Limited Kinetics of PLA2 in Detergent-Dispersed Mixed Micelles of Long Chain Phospholipids / 11.2:
Effect of Bile Salts on the Pancreatic PLA2 Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Phosphatidylcholines / 11.3:
Kinetic Concerns for Interfaces of the Dispersed Phase / 11.4:
The Nonideality Factor / 11.5:
Summary: Nonidealities for Replenishment and Binding / 11.6:
Effects of Reduction of Dimensionality / 12:
Dissection of the Entropy Loss on Interface Binding / 12.1:
Synergistic Effects of the Interface on Enzyme-Substrate Binding, Local Concentration and Scaffolding / 12.2:
Diffusion Times in 1D, 2D and 3D / 12.3:
Rate Enhancement by Facilitated Diffusion in 2D / 12.4:
Summary: Dimensionality Effects on the Equilibrium and Diffusion / 12.5:
References
Index
Preface
Theory Boxes
List of Symbols
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Air quality management experience in Budapest / G. BarankaChapter 3:
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Air quality management in Prague / J. SolcChapter 5:
Air pollution management in Australia: The example of Newcastle, NSW / H. BridgmanChapter 6:
Air quality management in the Bulkley Valley of central British Columbia, Canada / D. JohnsonChapter 7:
Model-based decision support for integrated urban air quality management / K. FedraChapter 8:
Statistical models for air quality evaluation and emissions reduction assessment / S. Cernuschi ; M. Giugliano ; G. LonatiChapter 9:
Application of the air quality Framework Directive to Portugal: A strategic evaluation / C. Borrego ; N. Barros ; P. Gomes ; M. Coutinho ; O. Tchepel ; M. Lopes ; A. I. MirandaChapter 1:
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Fundamentals / I:
Overview / 1:
What Is Environmental Engineering Science? / 1.A:
Domains of Environmental Engineering / 1.B:
Water quality engineering / 1.B.1:
Air quality engineering / 1.B.2:
Hazardous waste management / 1.B.3:
Context and Concepts / 1.C:
Concentrations and other units of measure / 1.C.1:
Material balance / 1.C.2:
Factors governing contaminant concentrations / 1.C.3:
Engineering analysis / 1.C.4:
Control opportunities / 1.C.5:
Environmental regulations / 1.C.6:
Precision and accuracy / 1.C.7:
Magnitudes: Length scales and characteristic times / 1.C.8:
References
Problems
Water, Air, and Their Impurities / 2:
Water and the Hydrosphere / 2.A:
Air and the Atmosphere / 2.B:
Impurities in Environmental Media / 2.C:
Gases dissolved in water / 2.C.1:
Water in air / 2.C.2:
Acids, bases, and the hydrogen ion / 2.C.3:
Inorganic impurities / 2.C.4:
Organic impurities / 2.C.5:
Radionuclides / 2.C.6:
Compounds causing odor, taste, or color / 2.C.7:
Particulate matter / 2.C.8:
Microorganisms / 2.C.9:
Transformation Processes / 3:
Governing Concepts / 3.A:
Stoichiometry / 3.A.1:
Chemical equilibrium / 3.A.2:
Kinetics / 3.A.3:
Phase Changes and Partitioning / 3.B:
Vapor pressure / 3.B.1:
Dissolution of species in water / 3.B.2:
Sorption / 3.B.3:
Acid-Base Reactions / 3.C:
Acid-base reactions and the hydrogen ion / 3.C.1:
pH of pure water / 3.C.2:
Strong and weak acids / 3.C.3:
Carbonate system / 3.C.4:
Oxidation-Reduction Reactions / 3.D:
Oxidation state / 3.D.1:
Corrosion / 3.D.2:
Combustion / 3.D.3:
Atmospheric oxidation processes / 3.D.4:
Microbial reactions / 3.D.5:
Reference
Transport Phenomena / 4:
Basic Concepts and Mechanisms / 4.A:
Contaminant flux / 4.A.1:
Advection / 4.A.2:
Molecular diffusion / 4.A.3:
Dispersion / 4.A.4:
Particle Motion / 4.B:
Drag on particles / 4.B.1:
Gravitational settling / 4.B.2:
Brownian diffusion / 4.B.3:
Mass Transfer at Fluid Boundaries / 4.C:
Mass-transfer coefficient / 4.C.1:
Transport across the air-water interface / 4.C.2:
Transport in Porous Media / 4.D:
Fluid flow through porous media / 4.D.1:
Contaminant transport in porous media / 4.D.2:
Transport and Transformation Models / 5:
Reactor Models / 5.A:
Batch reactor / 5.A.1:
Completely mixed flow reactor (CMFR) / 5.A.2:
Plug-flow reactor (PFR) / 5.A.3:
Advanced examples / 5.A.4:
Beyond Ideal Reactors: General Material-Balance Models / 5.B:
Governing equation / 5.B.1:
Approaches for solving environmental transport problems / 5.B.2:
Applications / II:
Water Quality Engineering / 6:
The Nature of Water Quality Problems / 6.A:
Rivers and streams / 6.A.1:
Lakes and reservoirs / 6.A.2:
Groundwater / 6.A.3:
Oceans and estuaries / 6.A.4:
Overview of Water Quality Regulations and Treatment Systems / 6.B:
Key U.S. federal water regulations / 6.B.1:
Engineered water quality systems / 6.B.2:
Physical Treatment Methods / 6.C:
Sedimentation / 6.C.1:
Filtration through granular media / 6.C.2:
Membrane separation processes / 6.C.3:
Chemical and Physicochemical Treatment Methods / 6.D:
Disinfection / 6.D.1:
Coagulation and flocculation / 6.D.2:
Sorption of organic molecules / 6.D.3:
Chemical precipitation and ion exchange / 6.D.4:
Biological Wastewater Treatment / 6.E:
Activated sludge / 6.E.1:
Trickling filters / 6.E.2:
Anaerobic digestion of wastewater sludges / 6.E.3:
Air Quality Engineering / 7:
Nature of Air Pollution Problems / 7.A:
Criteria pollutants / 7.A.1:
Hazardous air pollutants / 7.A.2:
Acid deposition / 7.A.3:
Photochemical smog / 7.A.4:
Indoor air quality / 7.A.5:
Global change / 7.A.6:
Air Pollutant Emissions and Controls / 7.B:
Characterizing emissions / 7.B.1:
Pollutant generation by combustion / 7.B.2:
Motor vehicle emissions / 7.B.3:
Treatment Technologies / 7.C:
Particle control devices / 7.C.1:
Absorption for gaseous pollutant control / 7.C.2:
Air Quality Models / 7.D:
Summary of modeling approaches / 7.D.1:
Gaussian plume dispersion modeling / 7.D.2:
Hazardous Waste Management / 8:
History and case studies / 8.A:
Hazardous waste regulatory framework / 8.A.2:
Magnitude of the hazardous waste problem / 8.A.3:
Sources of hazardous wastes / 8.A.4:
Hazardous Waste Minimization / 8.B:
What is waste minimization? / 8.B.1:
Why should we do it? / 8.B.2:
Techniques for waste minimization / 8.B.3:
Management tools / 8.B.4:
Hazardous Waste Treatment Processes / 8.C:
Physical separation / 8.C.1:
Chemical treatment / 8.C.2:
Thermal treatment / 8.C.3:
Biological treatment / 8.C.4:
Hazardous Waste Disposal / 8.D:
Landfills / 8.D.1:
Deep-well injection / 8.D.2:
Environmental Releases and Remediation / 8.E:
Site characterization / 8.E.1:
Quantitative risk analysis / 8.E.2:
Site remediation / 8.E.3:
Appendices
Basic Data for Environmental Engineering Science / A:
Primer on Ionizing Radiation / B:
Primer on Environmental Organic Chemicals / C:
Pure hydrocarbons / C.1:
Oxygenated organic compounds / C.2:
Organohalides / C.3:
Organic compounds containing sulfur or nitrogen / C.4:
Problem Solving: Mathematics for Environmental Engineering / D:
Ordinary differential equations / D.1:
First-order linear equation with constant coefficients / D.1.a:
Coupled first-order ordinary differential equations / D.1.b:
Introduction to the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations / D.1.c:
Partial differential equations that arise in transport problems / D.2:
Solving equilibrium problems: Roots of nonlinear algebraic equations / D.3:
Data manipulation on a logarithmic scale / D.4:
Linear regression / D.5:
A Further Look at Transformation Processes / E:
Activity / E.1:
Gibbs free energy and equilibrium constants / E.2:
Electrode potentials and free-energy change in redox reactions / E.3:
Activation energy and the temperature dependence of reaction rates / E.4:
United States Federal Regulations for Water and Air Quality / F:
Index
Fundamentals / I:
Overview / 1:
What Is Environmental Engineering Science? / 1.A:
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List of tables
Acronyms and abbreviations
Acknowledgements
Foreword / David Pearce
Notes on the Author
Introduction
The amenity value of the climate of Britain / 1:
The amenity value of the climate: The Household Production Function approach / 2:
The impact of climate change on agriculture in Britain / 3:
In search of warmer climates: the impact of climate change on flows of British tourists / 4:
The amenity value of the climate of Italy / David Maddison ; Andrea Bigano5:
The effects of climate on welfare and well-being in Russia / Paul Frijters ; Bernard van Praag6:
A hedonic study of the non-market impacts of global warming in the US / Robert Mendelsohn7:
The amenity value of the climate of India: A Household Production Function approach / 8:
References / Appendix 1:
Index
List of tables
Acronyms and abbreviations
Acknowledgements
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E. Joseph Billo
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Preface
Preface to the First Edition
Before You Begin
The Basics / Part I:
Working with Excel / Chapter 1:
The Excel Document Window
Navigating Around the Workbook
Navigating Around the Worksheet
Entering Data in a Worksheet
Excel's Menus: An Overview
Opening, Closing and Saving Documents
Printing Documents
Editing a Worksheet
Formatting Worksheets
Number Formatting
Protecting Data in Worksheets
Controlling the Way Documents Are Displayed
Copying from Excel to Microsoft Word
Useful References
Creating Charts: An Introduction / Chapter 2:
Only One Chart Type Is Useful for Chemists
Creating a Chart
Formatting Charts: An Introduction
Formatting the Elements of a Chart
Advanced Spreadsheet Topics / Part II:
Creating Advanced Worksheet Formulas / Chapter 3:
The Elements of a Worksheet Formula
Entering Worksheet Formulas
Using Names Instead of References
Worksheet Functions: An Overview
Math and Trig Functions
Statistical Functions
Logical Functions
Date and Time Functions
Text Functions
Lookup and Reference Functions
Using Insert Function
Creating "Megaformulas"
Troubleshooting the Worksheet
Creating Array Formulas / Chapter 4:
Using Array Formulas
Evaluating Polynomials or Power Series Using Array Formulas
Using Array Formulas to Work With Lists
Using an Array Formula to Sort a 1-D List
Using an Array Formula to Sort a 2-D List
Advanced Charting Techniques / Chapter 5:
Good Charts vs. Bad Charts
Charts with More Than One Data Series
Extending a Data Series or Adding a New Series
Customizing Charts
Changing the Default Chart Format
Logarithmic Charts
3-D Charts
Charts with Secondary Axes
Getting Creative with Charts
Linking Chart Text Elements to a Worksheet
To Switch Plotting Order in an XY Chart
Some Chart Specifications (Excel 2000)
Using Excel's Database Features / Chapter 6:
The Structure of a List or Database
Sorting a List
Using AutoFilter to Obtain a Subset of a List
Defining and Using a Database
Using Database Functions
Getting Data into Excel / Chapter 7:
Direct Input of Instrument Data into Excel
Transferring Files from Other Applications to Excel
From Hard Copy (Paper) to Excel
Selecting Every Nth Data Point
Adding Controls to a Spreadsheet / Chapter 8:
You Can Add Option Buttons, Check Boxes, List Boxes and Other Controls to a Worksheet
How to Add a Control to a Worksheet
A List Box on a Worksheet
A Drop-down List Box on a Worksheet
Option Buttons and a Drop-down List Box
Spreadsheet Mathematics / Part III:
Some Mathematical Tools for Spreadsheet Calculations / Chapter 9:
Looking Up Values in Tables
Interpolation Methods: Linear
Interpolation Methods: Cubic
Numerical Differentiation
Numerical Integration
Differential Equations
Arrays, Matrices and Determinants
Polar to Cartesian Coordinates
Useful Reference
Graphical and Numerical Methods of Analysis / Chapter 10:
Finding Roots of Equations
Solving a Problem Using Goal Seek
Solving a Problem by Intentional Circular Reference
Solving Sets of Simultaneous Linear Equations
Linear Regression / Chapter 11:
Least-Squares Curve Fitting
Multiple Linear Regression
Using the Regression Statistics
Non-Linear Regression Using the Solver / Chapter 12:
Non-Linear Functions
Using the Solver to Perform Non-Linear Least-Squares Curve Fitting
Statistics of Non-Linear Regression
Excel Visual Basic Macros / Part IV:
Visual Basic for Applications: An Introduction / Chapter 13:
Visual Basic Procedures and Modules
The Visual Basic Editor
Getting Started: Using the Recorder to Create a Sub Procedure
Getting Started: Creating a Simple Custom Function
Renaming a Macro
How Do I Save a Macro?
Programming with VBA / Chapter 14:
Creating Visual Basic Code
Components of Visual Basic Statements
Objects, Properties and Methods
VBA Data Types
Program Control
Looping
Subroutines
Interactive Macros
Testing and Debugging
Working with Arrays in VBA / Chapter 15:
Visual Basic Arrays
Working With Arrays in Sub Procedures: Passing Values From Worksheet to VBA Module
Working With Arrays in Sub Procedures: Passing Values From VBA Module to Worksheet
Working With Arrays in Function Procedures: From Worksheet To Module
Creating Command Macros / Chapter 16:
Creating Advanced Macros in VBA
Creating a Simple Sub Procedure to Format Text as a Chemical Formula
Creating a Sub Procedure to Apply Data Labels in a Chart
Creating Custom Functions / Chapter 17:
A Custom Statistical Function
A Function That Takes an Optional Argument
A Function That Takes an Indefinite Number of Arguments
Providing a Description for a Function in the Paste Function Dialog Box
Assigning a Custom Functionto a Function Category
Creating Add-In Function Macros
Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Function Macros
Creating Custom Menus and Menu Bars / Chapter 18:
Modifying Menus or Menu Bars
Modifying Menus or Menu Bars by Using Visual Basic
Creating Custom Tools and Toolbars / Chapter 19:
Customizing Toolbars
Creating Custom Toolbuttons
Creating a Custom Toolbutton Image
How to Add a ToolTip to a Custom Button
Creating Toolbuttons or Toolbars by Means of a Macro
Some Applications / Part V:
Analysis of Solution Equilibria / Chapter 20:
Species Distribution Diagrams
Analysis of Titration Data
Simulation of Titration Curves Using a Single Master Equation
Analysis of Spectrophotometric Data / Chapter 21:
Calibration Curves for Spectrophotometry
Analysis of Spectra of Mixtures
Deconvolution of Spectra
Calculation of Binding Constants / Chapter 22:
Determination of Binding Constants by pH Measurements
Determination of Binding Constants by Spectrophotometry
Determination of Binding Constants by NMR Measurements
Analysis of Kinetics Data / Chapter 23:
Experimental Techniques
Analysis of Monophasic Kinetics Data
Analysis of Biphasic Kinetics Data
Simulation of Kinetics by Numerical Integration
Appendices / Part VI:
Selected Worksheet Functions by Category / Appendix A:
Alphabetical List of Selected Worksheet Functions / Appendix B:
Selected Visual Basic Keywords by Category / Appendix C:
Alphabetical List of Selected Visual Basic Keyword / Appendix D:
Shortcut Keys for PC and Macintosh / Appendix E:
Selected Shortcut Keys by Category / Appendix F:
About the CD-ROM That Accompanies This Book / Appendix G:
Index
Preface
Preface to the First Edition
Before You Begin
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Molecular Medical Microbiology - The Concept / 1:
Bacterial Structure
Bacterial Ultrastructure / 2:
Bacterial Cell Walls - An Overview / 3:
Capsular Polysaccharides / 4:
Teichoic Acids Of Gram-Positive Bacteria / 5:
Cell Wall Associated Proteins / 6:
Lipopolysaccharide / 7:
Peptidoglycan / 8:
Flagella / 9:
Fimbriae And Pili / 10:
Spores And Sporulation And Germination / 11:
Bacterial Cell Function
Bacterial Growth, Cultivability And Viability / 12:
Vital Energy For Bacterial Growth And Production / 13:
Biosynthesis / 14:
Bacterial Chromosomes And Their Replication / 15:
Protein Synthesis / 16:
Macromolecule Export / 17:
Genetics
Bacterial Genomics In The Study Of Virulence / 18:
Mechanisms Of Gene Exchange Between Bacteria / 19:
The Mobility Of Genetic Material / 20:
Co-Ordination Of Virulence / 21:
Population Genetics Of Bacterial Pathogens / 22:
A Phylogentic Perpsective On Molecular Epidemiology / 23:
Genetic Manipulation / 24:
Electrophoretic Typing / 25:
Nucleic Acid Probes And The Polymerase Chain Reaction / 26:
Antibacterial Agents
Endogenous Antimicrobial Molecules / 27:
Antimicrobial Action: The Principles / 28:
Antibiotics That Act On The Cell Wall And Membrane / 29:
Antibiotics That Act On Nucleic Acids And Protein Biosynthesis / 30:
Mechanisms Of Antimicrobial Resistance / 31:
Design Of Antibacterial Agents / 32:
Mechanisms Of Pathogenesis and Prevention
Adhesion And Colonisation / 33:
Invasion / 34:
Microbial Growth And Nutrition In The Host / 35:
The Generation Of Inflammatory Responses / 36:
Strategies For Survival Of Extracellular Pathogens / 37:
Strategies For Survival Of Intracellular Pathogens / 38:
Mimicry / 39:
Interactions With The Compromised Host / 40:
Vaccine Development / 41:
Disseminating Bacterial Infections
Disseminating Infections: A Clinical Overview / 42:
Staphylococcus Aureus / 43:
Coagulase Negative Staphylococci And Their Role In Infection / 44:
Streptococcus Pyogenes / 45:
Streptococci Of Group B / 46:
Streptococci Of Groups C And G / 47:
The Enterococci / 48:
Actinomyces And Nocardia / 49:
Pseudomonas / 50:
Burkholderia Mallei And Burkholderia Pseudomallei / 51:
Pasteurella / 52:
Acinetobacter / 53:
The Pathogenesis Of Infective Endocarditis / 54:
Indwelling Device Infections / 55:
Localised Infections
Localised Skin And Mucosal Infections: A Clinical Overview / 56:
The Cutaneous Propionibacterium / 57:
Erysipelothrix Rhusiopathiae / 58:
Oral Bacterial Infections / 59:
Toxin-Associated Diseases
Toxin Induced Gastrointestinal Disease: A Clinical Overview / 60:
The Staphylococcal Enterotoxins / 61:
Clostridium Perfringens: Enterotoxaemic Diseases / 62:
Clostridium Botulinum / 63:
Clostridium Difficile / 64:
The Bacillus Cereus Group / 65:
Vibrio Cholerae / 66:
Aeromonas And Pleisiomonas / 67:
Superficial Gastro-Intestinal Infections
Superficial Gastro-Intestinal Infections: A Clinical Overview / 68:
Shigella / 69:
Vibrio Parahaemolyticus And Vibrio Vulnificus / 70:
Campylobacter / 71:
Helicobacter Pylori / 72:
Systemic Gastro-Intestinal Infections
Systemic Gastro-Intestinal Infection: A Clinical Overview / 73:
Salmonella Typhi And Paratyphi / 74:
Non-Typhoidal Salmonella Infection / 75:
Yersinia Enterocolitica / 76:
Listeria Monocytogenes / 77:
Brucella / 78:
Diarrhoeagenic Escherichia Coli / 79:
Urinary Tract Infections
Uriniary Tract Infections: A Clinical Overview / 80:
Escherichia Coli In Urinary Tract Infections / 81:
Proteus / 82:
Respiratory Infections
Respiratory Tract Infections: A Clinical Overview / 83:
Corynebacterium Diphtheriae / 84:
Bordetella Pertussis / 85:
Streptococcus Pneumoniae / 86:
Klebsiella Pneumonia / 87:
Legionella / 88:
Moraxella (Branhamella) Catarrhalis / 89:
Mycoplasma Pneumoniae And Other Mycoplasmas / 90:
Coxiella Burnetii / 91:
Chlamydia / 92:
Mycobacterial Infections
Mycobacterium Tuberculosis / 93:
Mycobacterium Leprae / 94:
The Mycobacterium Avium-Intracellulare Complex / 95:
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Sexually Transmitted And Genital Infections: A Clinical Overview / 96:
Neisseria Gonorrhoeae / 97:
Treponema Pallidum / 98:
Haemophilus Ducreyi / 99:
Anaerobic Infections
Anaerobic Infections: A Clinical Overview / 100:
Clostridium Perfringens: Wound Infections / 101:
Clostridium Tetani / 102:
Bacterioides / 103:
Central Nervous System Infections
Central Nervous System Infections A Clinical Overview / 104:
Neisseria Meningitidis / 105:
Haemophilus Influenzae / 106:
Infections Of The Eye: A Clinical Overview / 107:
Animal and Ecoparasitic Source Infections
Bacillus Anthracis And Other Bacillus Species / 108:
Yersinia Pestis / 109:
Borrelia Burgdorferi / 110:
Borrelia Recurrentis / 111:
Bartonella Spp / 112:
Leptospirosis / 113:
Francisella / 114:
Rickettsia / 115:
Ehrlichia / 116:
Uncultured Pathogens / 117:
Molecular Medical Microbiology - The Concept / 1:
Bacterial Structure
Bacterial Ultrastructure / 2:
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Darwin's life / 1:
The foundations of Darwinism / 2:
Natural selection and the origin of species / 3:
The evidence for evolution by natural selection / 4:
Sex, variation, and heredity / 5:
Man / 6:
Perfection and progress / 7:
Darwinism and ideology / 8:
Darwin as a scientist: an evaluation / 9:
Further Reading
Index
List of Illustrations
Darwin's life / 1:
The foundations of Darwinism / 2:
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From Gametogenesis to Histogenesis / Part I:
Analysis of Development / 1:
The Role of Cells in Development / 2:
Gametogenesis / 3:
Fertilization / 4:
Cleavage / 5:
Cell Fate, Potency and Determination / 6:
Genomic Equivalence and the Cytoplasmic Environment / 7:
Localized Cytoplasmic Determinants / 8:
Axis Formation and Mesoderm Induction / 9:
Gastrulation11 Cell Adhesion and Morphogenesis / 10:
Neurulation and Axis Induction / 12:
Ectodermal Organs / 13:
Endodermal and Mesodermal Organs / 14:
Control of Gene Expression in Development / Part II:
The Use of Mutants and Transgenic Organisms in the Analysis of Development / 15:
Transcriptional Control17 RNA Processing / 16:
Translational Control and Posttranslational Modifications / 18:
Genetic and Paragenetic Information / 19:
Selected Topics in Developmental Biology / Part III:
Cell Differentiation / 20:
Pattern Formation and Embryonic Fields / 21:
Genetic and Molecular Analysis of Pattern Formation in the Drosophila Embryo / 22:
The Role of Hox Genes in Vertebrate Development / 23:
Genetic and Molecular Analysis of Pattern Formation in Plants / 24:
Experimental and Genetic Analysis of Caenorhabditis elegans Development / 25:
Sex Determination / 26:
Hormonal Control of Development / 27:
Organismic Growth and Oncogenes / 28:
Senescence / 29:
From Gametogenesis to Histogenesis / Part I:
Analysis of Development / 1:
The Role of Cells in Development / 2:
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Preface
How to Grow Arabidopsis / Chapter 1:
Morphology and Anatomy
Seed Collection and Storage
Cultivation of Arabidopsis
General Considerations
Growth Environment
Cultivation of Plants in Soil
Use of Solid Media
Other Growth Conditions
Pest Management
Supplier's Web Sites
References
Obtaining Mutants / Chapter 2:
Obtaining Previously Identified Mutants from the Stock Centers
Forward Genetics: Finding Mutations That Cause Particular Phenotypes
EMS Mutagenesis of Seed
T-DNA Mutagenesis
Special T-DNA Vectors
Reverse Genetics: Finding Mutations in Particular Genes
Screening DNA Pools for T-DNA Insertions
Considerations for Phenotypic Characterization
Beyond Mutants: Using Natural Variation to Identify Interesting Genes
Genetic Analysis of Mutants / Chapter 3:
Setting up Crosses
Choosing Parent Plants
Choosing Flowers
Segregation Analysis
Self-progeny
F[subscript 1] Progeny
F[subscript 2] Progeny
Backcrosses and Cosegregation
Complementation Testing
Strategies for Identifying Double Mutants
Finding Double Mutants in the F[subscript 2] Generation
Finding Double Mutants in the F[subscript 3] Generation
The Brute Force Approach
How to Analyze a Mutant Phenotypically / Chapter 4:
Growth Parameters
Quantitative Analysis of Root Growth
Hypocotyl Length
Flowering Time
Germination Rate
Fresh Weight Gain
Water Loss
Hormone Response
Gibberellin/Abscisic Acid/Paclobutrazol
Auxin
Ethylene
Brassinosteroids
Response to the Abiotic Environment
Root Elongation Under Salt/Hormone-induced Stress
Electrolyte Leakage
Others: Proline and Sugar Content
Heavy Metal Stress
Bacterial Pathogens
Preparation of Bacterial Cultures and Inoculation of Plants
Testing the Hypersensitive Response
Assessing Bacterial Growth
Oomycete Pathogens: Peronospora parasitica
Reviving Frozen Stocks and Inoculating Plants
Rating Peronospora Infections
Preparation of Frozen Tissue Sections
Maintaining Infections
Diaminobenzidine Stain for Hydrogen Peroxide
Trypan Blue Stain for Fungi, Oomycetes, and Dead Plant Cells
Histology
Preparation of Tissue Sections of Fixed Material
Specialized Staining Techniques
The PAS Reaction for Staining Cell Walls
Alcian Blue-PAS Reaction
Phloroglucinol Stain for Lignin
Vital Stain for Cytoplasm
Neutral Red Staining for Vacuoles
Whole-mount DAPI Staining and Measurement of DNA Content
Nuclear Staining for Confocal Microscopy
Cleared Tissue for Observation of Vascular Strands
Agarose Imprints of Surfaces
Scanning Electron Microscopy
Standard SEM Protocol
Dental Wax Impressions to be Viewed in SEM
SEM "Quick-and-Easy" Fixation
Imaging of Fresh Arabidopsis Tissues in the SEM
Transmission Electron Microscopy
Standard TEM Protocol
TEM Freeze Substitution
How to Transform Arabidopsis / Chapter 5:
Vectors and Agrobacterium Hosts
Agrobacterium strains
Transformation of Agrobacterium
Transformation of Agrobacterium Using Electroporation
Transformation of Agrobacterium Using the Freeze-Thaw Method
PCR Analysis of Agrobacterium
In Planta Transformation of Arabidopsis
Plant Growth
Floral Dip of Arabidopsis
Alternative Protocol 1: Vacuum Infiltration
Alternative Protocol 2: Spraying
Selecting Transformed Plants
Kanamycin Selection
Basta Selection on Soil
Root Transformation
How to Isolate a Gene Defined by a Mutation / Chapter 6:
Isolating a Gene Defined by an Insertion Mutation
TAIL-PCR
Isolating a Gene Known Only by the Phenotypes of Mutant Alleles: Positional Cloning
Determining the Approximate Map Position for yfg / Step 1:
Define the Map of yfg as Narrowly as Possible / Step 2:
Finding YFG within the Mapped Interval / Step 3:
Special Cases
Serious Errors
Purifying DNA from Arabidopsis
CTAB DNA Miniprep
Dellaporta DNA Miniprep
Quick DNA Prep for PCR
How to Study Gene Expression / Chapter 7:
RNA Expression
RNA Extraction for Northern Blots and RT-PCR
Semiquantitative Reverse Transcription followed by PCR
In Situ Hybridization to Tissue Sections
Radioactive In Situ Hybridization
Nonradioactive In Situ Hybridization
Whole-mount In Situ Hybridization
Protein Expression
Extraction of Total Protein for Western Blots
Organelle Preparations
FPLC Gel Filtration
Nondenaturing Gel Electrophoresis of Proteins
Protein Coimmunoprecipitation
In Situ Localization of Proteins
Reporter Genes
Whole-mount GUS Staining
Quantitative GUS Activity Assays
Subcellular Localization of GUS- and GFP-Tagged Proteins in Onion Epidermal Cells
Live-cell Imaging of GFP
Liquid LUC Activity Assays
LUC Imaging of Whole Plants
How to Study Gene Function / Chapter 8:
Reducing Gene Expression
Antisense RNA
Cosuppression/RNAi
Tissue-or Stage-specific Gene Knock-outs
Misexpression
Constitutive/Tissue-specific Promoter Fusions
Two-component Systems for Tissue-specific Misexpression
The Alc Gene Ethanol-inducible Switch system
Glucocorticoid Inducible Control of Gene Expression
Heat Shock Induction
Glucocorticoid Fusions for Transcription Factors
Transient Expression
Transient Expression in Protoplasts
Transgene Expression in Regenerated Roots
Other Gain-of-Function Strategies
Mosaic Analysis
Where to Find Information on Arabidopsis / Appendix 1:
Critical x[superscript 2] Values / Appendix 2:
Cautions / Appendix 3:
Suppliers / Appendix 4:
Index
Preface
How to Grow Arabidopsis / Chapter 1:
Morphology and Anatomy
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