Michael J. Boyle, Craig M. Young and Mary A. Sewell
September 1, 2024
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Atlas of Marine Invertebrate Larvae, Second Edition covers the origins and history of marine larval science, contemporary state-of-the-art approaches to larval development and biology, and the highest-quality images and schematics showing the broadest diversity of marine larvae in the animal tree of life. This book illustrates larval body plans, the anatomy of their organ systems (muscular, sensory, digestive), including distinct ciliation patterns that facilitate swimming, and the complex metamorphic changes they undergo between different larval and growth stages. Each chapter contains in-text references that direct readers to both historical and contemporary research on the forms, functions, behaviors and biogeographical distributions of marine larvae.This book is a valuable and foundational resource for biologists across various disciplines, including biodiversity, biogeography, and developmental biology. Ecologists, taxonomists, oceanographers, and environmental scientists also benefit from the complete coverage of marine larval forms offered by this book. Additionally, the broad scope and phyletic coverage of marine biodiversity presented in this atlas is ideal for students in oceanography and marine biology, animal development, biological oceanography and invertebrate zoology.
Diseases of Bivalves: Historical and Current Perspectives is a novel reference covering all known diseases of cultured and fished bivalve mollusks from around the world. Written by a renowned expert in the field of shellfish, the author presents a historical perspective of disease discovery, explaining when and where each disease first occurred and identified to current research findings. This reference describes the infectious agent that causes each disease and environmental conditions that promote infection symptoms and signs of the disease in the host, both as noted in individual animals and in the affected populations, and resultant morbidity and mortality of infected populations. The book offers past and current possible prevention and management methods to control disease in current and projected geographical locations. This is a complete resource for aquatic and veterinary pathologists, aquaculturists, government regulators, disease specialists and researchers, bivalve researchers, and students alike. Diseases include Metazoan Disease, Viral diseases, Fungal Disease, and more.
Marney Pascoli Cereda and Olivier Francois Vilpoux
September 1, 2024
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Traditional Products and Their Process, Volume Four in the Underground Starchy Crops of South American Origin series brings information on the applied level of producing and using starch from a range of plants grown in tropical and subtropical areas that have South American origin. This book describes innovations and new products from starchy roots, tubers and rhizomes, such as cassava flour and other types of starchy products for healthy foods. Other sections include fatty substitutes and resistant starches, processing of cassava as a detoxification mechanism for linamarin, and South America ready to use chips and snacks from starchy R&T.Edited by a team of experts with solid background on starch extraction research, the books are aimed at all those involved in research and development, new technology processes and quality control and legislation in the field of starch.
Equine Welfare in Clinical Practice reviews the current psychological, behavioral, and welfare knowledge equine veterinarians should have and discusses how such knowledge may be incorporated into clinical practices. It covers such topics as practical welfare assessment, fear-free practices, and how horses learn (both good and bad habits). Written by international experts, the book explores the physical, psychological, and behavioral factors contributing to equine welfare, while also discussing current knowledge about topics such as equine senses, cognition, and stereotypies, as well as appropriate and inappropriate training methods for both adult horses and foals.In addition, the book addresses differentiating medical from behavioral problems and discusses the new field of how gut microbiome affects behavior. This is an important resource for clinical veterinarians who want to incorporate knowledge of equine behavior and welfare into their practices. Veterinarians who understand and can educate their clients in equine welfare and safe and appropriate care and handling techniques will increase their business success, improve the lives of their clients and patients, and strengthen the human-animal bond. In addition, the book will also provide updated information and useful practical tips for those who are already familiar with equine psychology, behavior, and welfare.
Environmental Remediation in Agri-Food Industry Using Nanotechnology and Sustainable Strategies presents remediation practices to remove environmental pollutants caused by food manufacturing processes. The book explores AOPs, BiOX photocatalysts, perovskite materials, Zirconium oxide-based nanocomposites, and heterostructured semiconductor nanomaterials. It looks at environmental pollutants from the meat industry, fish production, horticulture, grains and other food manufacturing, and explores remediation of soil, water, and air. Contributors represent expertise from backgrounds in materials chemistry, nanotechnology, environmental chemistry, green technologies, analytical and physical chemistry, and agricultural and food science, providing a multidisciplinary approach for use in industry and public policy toward solving food security and environmental issues.
Linseed: A Multipurpose-Multisector Crop of Industrial Significance provides a general overview of linseed as a multipurpose-multisector crop for obtaining a number of valuable products. The book's sections present the use of linseed as food products and discuss a number of important topics, including genetic engineering and breeding advances, pre-harvest processing methods, advanced extraction and quality assessment, metabolic engineering, bioactivity, new food product development, chemistry, and functionality. The book also covers the use of linseed in the textile sector and modified linseed oil products, animal feed products, cosmetics, and personal use products, along with their industrial significance.Food waste and the challenges of linseed crop production and processing into a number of industrial products are also discussed. This book acts as a comprehensive resource for food scientists, researchers, scholars, and industrial people related to food, nutraceutical, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, textiles, and health practitioners, especially dieticians and nutritionists.
Paul L.H. McSweeney, Paul D. Cotter, David W Everett + 1 more
September 1, 2024
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Cheese: Chemistry, Physics and Microbiology, Fifth Edition provides a comprehensive overview of the chemical, biochemical, microbiological, and physico-chemical aspects of cheese, taking the reader from the rennet and acid coagulation of milk to the role of cheese and related foods in addressing public health issues. This updated revision, the most comprehensive work on the science of cheese, addresses the basic definition of cheese, along with the diverse factors that affect its quality. Understanding these fermented milk-based food products is vital to a global audience, with the market for cheese continuing to increase even as a food ingredient.Divided in two volumes, this book contains by far the most comprehensive coverage of the scientific aspects of this important dairy product, covering all aspects of cheese manufacture and ripening from the standpoint of basic science (vol 1). In addition, coverage is included of all major families of cheese (vol 2).
Developments in Food Quality and Safety Series is the most up-to-date resource covering trend topics such as Advances in the analysis of toxic compounds and control of food poisoning; Food fraud, traceability and authenticity; Revalorization of agrifood industry; Natural antimicrobial compounds and application to improve the preservation of food; Non-thermal processing technologies in the food industry; Nanotechnology in food production; and Intelligent packaging and sensors for food applications.Volume 8, Berry Fruits: Bioactives, Health Effects and Processing, covers the most recent research on bioactives of berries, improvement of bioavailability and bioaccessibility of berry bioactives, processing of berries, and production of functional food ingredients obtained from berries. A compilation of 11 chapters address in detail advanced technological applications in sustainable production of berries, as well as bioactives/food ingredients obtained from berries. The book also brings development of novel processes for berries sustainable production, and valorization of wastes and by-products of berry processingThe series is authored by a team of global experts in the fields of Food Quality and Safety, providing comprehensive knowledge to food industry personals and scientists.
Hormones and Reproduction of Vertebrates, Volume Three: Reptiles is the third of five second-edition volumes representing a comprehensive and integrated overview of hormones and reproduction in fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The book includes coverage of endocrinology, neuroendocrinology, physiology, behavior, and anatomy of reptilian reproduction. It provides a broad treatment of the roles of pituitary, thyroid, adrenal, and gonadal hormones in all aspects of reproduction, as well as descriptions of major life history events. New to this edition is a concluding assessment of the effect of environmental influences on reptiles.Initial chapters in this book broadly examine sex determination, reproductive neuroendocrinology, stress, and hormonal regulation as it relates to testicular and ovarian function. Subsequent chapters examine hormones and reproduction of specific taxa, including turtles, crocodilians, lizards, and snakes. The book concludes with an examination of endocrine disruption of reproduction in reptiles.
Agroecology of Edible Weeds and Non-Crops: Ecology and Socio-Economic Potential of Plant Biodiversity is the first book to move beyond the ethnobotanical aspect of under-utilized non crops to explore how to optimize their potential. With case studies of edible weeds and non-crop plants from around the world, including Europe and North America, in urban as well as rural settings, the book highlights the global opportunities provided by these plants. The book includes much needed information for identifying, maintaining, and benefitting from these plant species. It is ideal for agricultural professionals, educators, researchers, and students.Those interested in increasing the diversity of the farming landscape and food systems by means of edible non-crop plants have access to a plethora of information on the ethnobotany of these species. Yet little to no information exists on the agroecological requirements and potential benefits of underutilized edible non-crop plants in the context of sustainable farming systems. This book fills that knowledge gap from identifying edible weeds and non-crop plants, to exploring the ways these plants can be used to economically improve nutrition.