Nursing Drug Books
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Author: Rachel Wood
Manufacturer: Oxford University Press, USA
Keywords: Biology, nursing
Rubric: Books about drug use
Reefs are an extraordinary natural phenomenon. Visible from outer space, coral reefs are the largest biologically constructed features known; in close proximity their spectacular beauty and abundance of life is dazzling. Reefs are estimated to occupy only a small percentage of the oceans, but their importance to the marine environment is many-faceted and global. Reefs create harbours and allow the development of shallow basins with associated mangrove or seargrass communities; they protect coastlines from erosion; reefs are involved in the regulation of atmospheric carbon, which in turn contributes to climate control; ancient reefs can provide extensive oil and gas reservoirs. From a
Book review: The history of reefs - a biological perspective
All too often reefs have been described as merely geological phenomena. In her book, Rachel Wood takes a different approached missing for a long time: she treats reefs mainly from the biological
Books about drug use: The Cancer Treatment Revolution: How Smart Drugs and Other New Therapies are Renewing Our Hope and Changing the Face of Medicine, Biology: Concepts and Applications (Paperbound with CD-ROM, How Do I Prepare/vMentor, and BiologyNow/InfoTrac), Imuran: A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, And Annotated Research Guide To Internet References, Coumarins: Biology, Applications and Mode of Action
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