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|Book Title||: A Guide for Delineation of Lymph Nodal Clinical Target Volume in Radiation Therapy|
|Author||: Giampiero Ausili Cefaro|
|Publisher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Release Date||: 2008-08-26|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
This book will facilitate the understanding of cross-sectional anatomy details and assist radiation oncologists in the difficult task of a detailed delineation of lymph node targets in multiple anatomical locations.
Goals, targets and objects are ideal ways to stretch individuals and develop an organization. A common misconception however is that it is very difficult, if not impossible, to set targets for certain jobs and roles. Firmly based on leading-edge research, yet highly practical in focus, Target Setting and Goal Achievement shows how it is possible to set targets in all functions of an organization and in all sectors. Clear guidelines are supported by real examples and detailed case studies as the authors outline step-by-step advice to help:
This publication is based on the plant processes and reaction sites for which reliable knowledge on both their physiology and biochem-istry and the mode of herbicidal action is available. Targets of the agrochemical research, such as enzymes of biosynthetic pathways or herbicide-binding peptides in the photosynthetic membrane, are highlighted. Detailed knowledge about the target sites will allow bio-chemical model systems to evaluate the biological activity of newly synthesized compounds before their conventional screening in the greenhouse. Quantitative structure/activity relationships should be performed more reliably with simple biological species or enzymol-ogy assays, to aid in the rational design of pesticides. This text is highly valuable for plant physiologists, pathologists, and chemists in the agrochemical industry and universities.
Annotation These volumes review the most current methods for drug target discovery and validation. They explore how recent improvement in understanding the molecular mechanisms of human pathology is impacting drug target discovery in the laboratory and in real therapeutics, specifically for cancers and autoimmune disorders. This book provides a thorough review of the most cutting-edge methods available for each step in drug target identification, validation, and clinical application.
Compiling practical recommendations gleaned from more than 20 years of professional experience, Target Costing: Market Driven Product Design provides numerous examples from field authorities that illustrate valuable concepts and approaches employed in the application of target costing to large-scale manufacturing operations. The authors discuss setting the target product level and subsystem level, maintaining competitive costs, applying the principles of target costing in practice, and quantifying customers' needs.
This book explores the relevance that second language research has for the secondary foreign language classroom. It analyses the concept of teaching and learning exclusively through the target language. This concept is then related to two current pedagogical tendencies: peer collaboration and learner autonomy.
Presents a collection of lessons to prepare students to take the TOEIC exam.
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If racially offensive epithets are banned on CNN air time and in the pages of USA Today, Jonathan Arac asks, shouldn’t a fair hearing be given to those who protest their use in an eighth-grade classroom? Placing Mark Twain’s comic masterpiece, Huckleberry Finn, in the context of long-standing American debates about race and culture, Jonathan Arac has written a work of scholarship in the service of citizenship. Huckleberry Finn, Arac points out, is America’s most beloved book, assigned in schools more than any other work because it is considered both the “quintessential American novel” and “an important weapon against racism.” But when some parents, students, and teachers have condemned the book’s repeated use of the word “nigger,” their protests have been vehemently and often snidely countered by cultural authorities, whether in the universities or in the New York Times and the Washington Post. The paradoxical result, Arac contends, is to reinforce racist structures in our society and to make a sacred text of an important book that deserves thoughtful reading and criticism. Arac does not want to ban Huckleberry Finn, but to provide a context for fairer, fuller, and better-informed debates. Arac shows how, as the Cold War began and the Civil Rights movement took hold, the American critics Lionel Trilling, Henry Nash Smith, and Leo Marx transformed the public image of Twain’s novel from a popular “boy’s book” to a central document of American culture. Huck’s feelings of brotherhood with the slave Jim, it was implied, represented all that was right and good in American culture and democracy. Drawing on writings by novelists, literary scholars, journalists, and historians, Arac revisits the era of the novel’s setting in the 1840s, the period in the 1880s when Twain wrote and published the book, and the post–World War II era, to refute many deeply entrenched assumptions about Huckleberry Finn and its place in cultural history, both nationally and globally. Encompassing discussion of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglass, Ralph Ellison, Archie Bunker, James Baldwin, Shelley Fisher Fishkin, and Mark Fuhrman, Arac’s book is trenchant, lucid, and timely.