viernes, 15 de mayo de 2009

Ergonomía Canina
La Ciencia de los Perros de Trabajo

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


Canine Ergonomics: The Science of Working Dogs
Autor: William S. Helton
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 366
Materia: Veterinaria
Año: 2009
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 1420079913

Ahí está para los que se dedican a entrenar perros de búsqueda, rescate, detección de explosivos y drogas y cosas similares.

CONTENIDO:

Canine Ergonomics: Introduction to the New Science of Working Dogs
Skill and Expertise in Working Dogs: A Cognitive Science Perspective
Social Learning in Dogs
Temperament and Personality in Working Dogs
Overview of Scent Detection Work: Issues and Opportunities
Evaluating Learning Tasks Commonly Applied in Detection Dog Training
Attention in Dogs: Sustained Attention in Mine Detection as Case Study
Olfaction and Explosives Detector Dogs
Conservation Dogs
Working Dogs: The Last Line of Defense for Preventing Dispersal of Brown Treesnakes from Guam
Canine Augmentation Technology for Urban Search and Rescue
Physiological Demands and Adaptations of Working Dogs
Physical and Mental Stress of SAR Dogs during Search Work
Signs of Physiological Stress in Dogs Performing
Benefits of Animal Contact and Assistance Dogs for Individuals with Disabilities
Conclusion: Working Dogs and the Future


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Mecanismos Vegetales de Resistencia Natural contra los Virus

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


Natural Resistance Mechanisms of Plants to Viruses
Autor: Gad Loebenstein, John Peter Carr
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 532
Materia: Biología
Año: 2006
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 1402037791

CONTENIDO:

A. GENERAL ASPECTS
Applied aspects of induced resistance to plant virus infection
Viral determinants of resistance versus susceptibility
RNA silencing: A narnral resistance mechanism in plants
Recognition and sina 1 transduction associated with R gene-mediated resistance
The local lesion response
Induced resistance mechanisms
Host gene-mediated virus resistance mechanisms and signaling in Arabidopsis
Viral counter-defense molecules
Dark green islands: the phenomenon
Resistance to infection
Reducing virus associated crop loss through resistance to insect vectors
Cross-protection
AtTest in viral transport as the basis for plant resistance to infection
Plant metabolism associated with resistance and susceptibility

B. CROP RELATED
Resistance to vinises in potato
Common beans
Virus susceptibility and resistance in lettuce
Resistance to Tobacco mosaic virus and Tommato mosaic virus in tomato
Resistance to Turnip mosaic virus in the Brassicaceae
Virus resistance in rice
Cassava
Natural resistance mechanisms to viruses in barley
Resistance to Tomato yellow leaf curl virus in tomato


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