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McGinty D - - 2010
A toxicologic and dermatologic review of 7-octen-2-ol, 2-methyl-6-methylene-, dihydro derivative when used as a fragrance ingredient is presented.
McGinty D - - 2010
A toxicologic and dermatologic review of 7-nonen-2-ol, 4,8-dimethyl- when used as a fragrance ingredient is presented.
McGinty D - - 2010
A toxicologic and dermatologic review of 3,5,6,6-tetramethyl-4-methyleneheptan-2-ol when used as a fragrance ingredient is presented.
McGinty D - - 2010
A toxicologic and dermatologic review of 6-ethyl-3-methyloct-6-en-1-ol when used as a fragrance ingredient is presented.
McGinty D - - 2010
A toxicologic and dermatologic review of 3,7-dimethyl-1,6-nonadien-3-ol when used as a fragrance ingredient is presented.
McGinty D - - 2010
A toxicologic and dermatologic review of 2-methyl-2-hepten-6-ol when used as a fragrance ingredient is presented.
McGinty D - - 2010
A toxicologic and dermatologic review of isophytol when used as a fragrance ingredient is presented.
McGinty D - - 2010
A toxicological and dermatologic review of phytol when used as a fragrance ingredient is presented.
Lee Alexander D - - 2010
To describe and discuss the processes used to write scholarly book reviews for publication in peer-reviewed journals and to provide a recommended strategy and book appraisal worksheet to use when conducting book reviews. A literature search of MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, and the Index to Chiropractic Literature was conducted in June ...
Chen Mingliang - - 2009
Abstract In this study, event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were used to investigate the neural and psychological bases of consumer herding decision in purchasing books online. Sixteen participants were asked to decide as quickly as possible whether to buy a book on the basis of its title keywords and the numbers ...
Gunn William B - - 2009
In this article, the new book review editor for Families, Systems, & Health introduces his first three selections for the book review section. Two of the books are related to collaborative care and the third is an excellent introduction to narrative medicine. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights ...
Nriagu Jerome O - - 2008
This article has been withdrawn at the request of the author(s) and/or editor. The Publisher apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause. The full Elsevier Policy on Article Withdrawal can be found at http://www.elsevier.com/locate/withdrawalpolicy.
Alfonso-Goldfarb Ana Maria - - 2008
The Jabirian Corpus refers to the K. Thahirat Al-'Iskandar, "The Book of the Treasure of Alexander" (hereafter BTA), as one of several forgeries suggesting that alchemical secrets were hidden in inscriptions in various places. The book was neglected until 1926, when Julius Ruska discussed it in his work on the ...
Cotterill, FPD ; AEON ...
2005, Endangered Wildlife Trust and Avian Demographic Unit 321 pages, species distribution maps, softcover ISBN 0799222844, price R235.00 <i>Ostrich</i> 2007, 78(3): 659–660
Benatar David - - 2007
In his review of my book, Better never to have been, Len Doyal suggests, contrary to my view, that rational beings in the original position might prefer coming into existence to the alternative of never existing, if their lives were to include enough good and not too much bad. I ...
Wanlass, Sarah;
Morrison, Taylor. Wildfire. Illustrated by Taylor Morrison. Houghton Mifflin, 2006. ISBN 0618509003. $17.00. 48 p. Reviewer: Sarah Wanlass Reading Level: Intermediate Rating: Outstanding Genre: Picture books; Informational books; Subject: Wildfires--Juvenile literature; Forest fires--Juvenile literature; Wildfires--United States- -Juvenile literature; Books--Reviews; "Killer Fires Must Be Stopped!" Headlines such as these encourage people ...
Reno, Charity;
Sandler, Michael. Rain Forests: Surviving in the Amazon. Bearport Pub., 2006. ISBN 159716089X. $23.96. 32 p. Reviewer: Charity Reno Reading Level: Intermediate Rating: Outstanding Genre: Informational book; Adventure; Subject: Rain forests--Amazon River Region--Juvenile literature; Wilderness survival--Amazon River Region--Juvenile literature; Books--Reviews; Interesting facts about the Bolivian Amazon rain forest are interspersed ...
Leslie, Alfred John
This book reflects a critical review and synthesis of economic and related literature pertaining to forestry and forest management by a long-time forester, teacher of forest economics, UN administrator, and forest policy advisor and consultant to many governments, agencies and companies. To quote the author 'After playing around in the ...
Chen Joseph C T - - 2006
Stereotactic radiosurgery and fractionated stereotactic radiotherapy represent an increasingly important option in the treatment of central nervous system disease. In this article, we discuss indications for stereotactic radiosurgery and review results reported in the medical literature.
Kupitz, Gabriele I.;
Brown, Margaret Wise. The little fir tree. Illustrated by LaMarche, Jim. HarperCollins Publishers. 2005. ISBN 0060281898. $15.99. 32 pp. Reviewer: Gabi Kupitz Reading Level: Primary Rating: Outstanding Genre: Christmas stories; Subject: Christmas--Juvenile fiction; Fathers--Juvenile fiction; Christmas trees--Juvenile fiction; Books--Reviews; A lonely little seven year-old fir tree enjoys a new life ...
Heil, Lillian;
Brett, Jan. The Umbrella. G.P.Putman's Sons, 2004. ISBN 0399242155. $16.99. 32 pp. Reviewer: Lillian H. Heil Reading Level: Primary Rating: Excellent Genre: Fantasy Fiction; Subject: Rain Forest Animals--Juvenile Fiction; Books--Reviews; Brett's "The Umbrella" gives a tropical setting for a story similar to another of her books, "The Mitten". The animals ...
Kompanje Erwin J O - - 2005
In 1700 the Dutch surgeon/medical doctor Abraham Cyprianus (1655/1660-1718) published his Epistola historiam exhibens foetus humani post XXI. menses ex uteri tuba, matre salva ac superstite excisi, a 94-page book in which several remarkable case histories are described and illustrated. The most spectacular case in the book is the accurate ...
Kompanje Erwin J O - - 2004
The surgical separation of a pair of conjoined twins in the year 1689 by Johannes Fatio was the subject of a recent article in this journal. The reference used as publication of the case was Fatio's book, Der Arzney Doctor, Helvetisch-Vernuftige Wehe-Mutter, published in 1752, although the case was presented ...
Bruce Jared M - - 2004
The authors evaluated how history of concussion affects symptom reporting prior to and after sustaining a concussion. At baseline, athletes with a positive concussion history reported more current symptomatology than athletes who had never been concussed. At 2 hours postinjury, concussed athletes with a history of previous concussion (PC) reported ...
- - 2003
In Vivo Atlas of Deep Brain Structures S. Lucerna, F. M. Salpietro, C. Alafaci & F. Tomasello Springer, Wien, 2002 euro49.95 ISBN 3 540 425616 Reviewed by C. Watts. Atlas of Endoscopic Anatomy for Endonasal Intracranial Surgery Paola Cappabianca, Alessandra Alfieri, Enrico de Divitiis, Manfred Tschabitscher Springer, Wien 2001 euro149 ...
Turner John F - - 2002
Illusion is a word that Raymond Williams might have included among his list of keywords of British culture, since it is a word that discloses 'both continuity and discontinuity, and also deep conflicts of value and belief' within its intellectual and political history (1983, p. 23). It is a banner ...
M. E. Anderson and ...
Deep-sea anglerfishes (Lophiiformes, Ceratioidei) of the familes Caulophrynidae, Melanocetidae, Himantolophidae, Diceratiidae, Oneirodidae, Thaumatichthyidae, Centrophrynidae, Ceratiidae, Gigantactinidae and Linophrynidae from southern Africa are reviewed since the publication of the book Smiths Sea Fishes (1986, 1991). Twenty-three new records of ceratioid anglerfishes are reported for the region, bringing the total to 32. ...
Ball D - - 2000
Books reviewed in this article: Book reviews in this column will primarily be of titles focusing completely, or in part, on biological aspects of addiction. However, significant titles of general relevance to the addictions field will also be included, even if they are not "biological", as will titles of general ...
Cook C - - 2000
Books reviewed in this article: Book reviews in this column will primarily be of titles focusing completely, or in part, on biological aspects of addiction. However, significant titles of general relevance to the addictions field will also be included, even if they are not "biologi cal", as will titles of ...
Ardila AE - - 1999
In 1996 Artiola I Fortuny published a review of our book, Neuropsychological Evaluation of the Spanish Speaker (Ardila, Rosselli, & Puente, 1994), in this journal. We appreciate the time and energy taken to produce such an exhaustive review of our little volume. However, considering the extremely negative and personal nature ...
Cook C - - 1999
Book reviewed in this article: Book reviews in this column will primar ily be of titles focusing completely, or in part, on biolog ical aspects of addiction. However, significant titles of general relevance to the addictions field will also be included, even if they are not "biological", as will titles ...
Duval B - - 1999
Snow algae (Chlorophyta) are reported from the Sierra Nevada mountains in southern Spain and the High Atlas mountains of Morocco. Populations of the snow algae Chlamydomonas sp., coloring the snow orange-red, were collected from Pico de Veleta, Spain, while snow samples from Mt. Neltner in the High Atlas mountains, contained ...
Forest J J - - 1998
40 books on self-help psychology were examined in a 2 x 2 multivariate analysis of covariance design for the number of case illustrations, number of lines of text about case illustrations, and average number of lines per case illustration. The covariate was pages per book and the independent variables were ...
Graupe D - - 1998
The review describes and discusses the status of the major approaches to functional neuromuscular stimulation (FNS) for the purpose of ambulation by traumatic complete thoracic-level paraplegics, namely, hybrid body bracing with FNS, percutaneous FNS, fully implanted FNS, and transcutaneous FNS. For each approach, the review discusses the system for which ...
Buchanan Allen - - 1996
The mandate of the U.S. Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments required that the Committee take a position on the validity of retrospective moral judgments. However, throughout its period of operation, the Committee remained divided on the question of whether sound judgments of individual culpability and wrongdoing should be included ...
Roisman I - - 1996
Gastric leiomyosarcoma is a rare malignant tumor of the stomach which has seldom been described in the literature. Three patients, aged 47, 55, and 72 at time of presentation, were treated by the authors between 1985 and 1989. Clinical and pathological findings, treatment and outcome are discussed. A literature review ...
Baurier V O - - 1996
Auditory hallucinations are found at the cross-roads of otological, neurological and psychiatric practice. They are generally considered to be the manifestation of psychosis, delirium tremens and chronic alcoholism, toxic states, hemispheric (predominantly temporal lobe) involvement, brainstem disorders or acquired peripheral (acoustic nerve, cochlea or middle-ear) deafness. Auditory hallucinosis in one ...
Lacaille-Dubois M A - - 1996
This paper reviews the important biological and pharmacological activities of saponins reported over the last few years. These include cancer-related activity, as well as antiphlogistic and antiallergic, immunomodulating, antihepatotoxic, antiviral, hypoglycemic, antifungal and molluscicidal activities. The action of saponins on the cardiovascular, central nervous, and endocrine systems and other miscellaneous ...
- - 1995
The photograph on page 1415 accompanying the book review of Luna B. Leopold's A View of the River by Vic Baker (25 Nov., p. 1414) showed meanders of the East Fork River near Boulder, Wyoming, not the Popo Agie River.
Dolan G - - 1994
A Colour Atlas of Haematological Cytology (3rd ed.) F G J Hayhoe & R J Flemans. Wolfe Publishing Ltd., London. 384 pages. Price £82.95.
Grier M T - - 1993
OBJECTIVE: To determine the safety and efficacy of edetate sodium (ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid; EDTA) chelation therapy for atherosclerosis. METHODS: Literature search using MEDLINE, encompassing 1966 through May 1993. Further references were obtained from articles and books, and from citations obtained from the American Academy of Medical Preventics. RESULTS: 16 case ...
- - 1991
Book Reviewed in this Article: Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms: Disperse Systems Volume 2. By H.A. Lieberman, M.M. Rieger, G.S. Banker.
Calverley Rod K - - 1990
This survey of anesthesiology has been prepared by almost 100 British, American, Canadian, and Australian authors, whose reports are presented in 81 often abbreviated chapters. These two volumes together weigh more than 12 pounds, yet when they are read, they are found wanting in many respects. The editors report in ...
Solms M - - 1989
Three short reviews by Freud (1904c, 1904d, 1905f) are presented in English translation. Two of the reviews, which are unusually harsh in their criticism, concern books on the subject of neurasthenia. The third relates to a controversial experiment on magnetism. The reviews were not included in the Standard Edition of ...
Banerjee P P - - 1989
Gonadotropic hormone (GtH) from the pituitaries of two widely different Indian teleosts, a freshwater murrel and a carp, was purified by solvent fractionation, Sephadex G-100 gel filtration, affinity chromatography on concanavalin A-Sepharose (Con A-Sepharose), and immunoaffinity chromatography. Elution profile from gel filtration showed three peaks in both cases, peak I ...
Hilgard E R - - 1988
As I reread my review nearly 50 years later, I think of the circumstances. I had heard a paper by Fred at the Ithaca meeting of the APA in 1932, and recall the praise by Edna Heidbreder, who was sitting next to me, whose remark was that "He has a ...
Peacock M - - 1987
The following paper will discuss recent literature concerning TCA overdose and review cases seen over a one-year period at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Discussion will centre around the issue of prolonged cardiac monitoring and the use of sodium bicarbonate in the treatment of dysrhythmias. The authors review 33 cases admitted ...
Ratzan Richard M - - 1986
In 1983 a colleague invited me to join in teaching an elective course in literature and medicine offered to second-year medical students. One of my favorite sessions ever since has been a group of readings called "Self-Description of Disease." First-person nonfiction narratives can make invaluable contributions to a student's understanding ...
Kroenke K - - 1986
In a study of book reviews published in four general medical journals over a six-month period, 480 reviews were analyzed. Twenty-five features that reviewers address when evaluating a text were identified, and the frequency of commentary for each feature was determined. The mean number of features addressed per review was ...
- - 1984
The price of $55 given for Island Biogeography in the Sea of Cortéz (T. J. Case and M. L. Cody, Eds.) in the review of the book that appeared in the issue of 18 May, p. 736, and in some announcements distributed by the publisher, is incorrect. The price of ...
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