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Resistance by Jennifer A. Nielsen

Title Resistance
Author Jennifer A. Nielsen
Publisher Scholastic Inc.
Release Date 2018-08-28
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9781338148497
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Chaya Lindner is a teenager living in Nazi-occupied Poland. Simply being Jewish places her in danger of being killed or sent to the camps. After her little sister is taken away, her younger brother disappears, and her parents all but give up hope, Chaya is determined to make a difference. Using forged papers and her fair features, Chaya becomes a courier and travels between the Jewish ghettos of Poland, smuggling food, papers, and even people. Soon Chaya joins a resistance cell that runs raids on the Nazis' supplies. But after a mission goes terribly wrong, Chaya's network shatters. She is alone and unsure of where to go, until Esther, a member of her cell, finds her and delivers a message that chills Chaya to her core, and sends her on a journey toward an even larger uprising in the works -- in the Warsaw Ghetto. Though the Jewish resistance never had much of a chance against the Nazis, they were determined to save as many lives as possible, and to live -- or die -- with honor.

Title Geographies of Resistance
Author Steve Pile
Publisher Psychology Press
Release Date 1997
Category Science
Total Pages 315
ISBN 0415154960
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Drawing on material from around the world, this book examines how new geographies of resistance emerge and are articulated. Spaces which have arisen out of different forms of resistance are explored.

Resistance by Maria Bargh

Title Resistance
Author Maria Bargh
Publisher Huia Publishers
Release Date 2007
Category History
Total Pages 213
ISBN 1869692861
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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New Zealand is one of the world leaders of neoliberalism, and since 1984 its government has pursued neoliberal policies with a confidence that few other governments possess. Resistance is a collection by New Zealand indigenous Mā ori academics, activists, and leaders on resistance to neoliberalism. This unique book features a range of views that are often invisible to current debates on globalization.

Title Cancer Drug Resistance Research Perspectives
Author Liman S. Torres
Publisher Nova Publishers
Release Date 2007
Category Medical
Total Pages 223
ISBN 1600215726
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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One of the main causes of failure in the treatment of cancer is the development of drug resistance by the cancer cells. The design of cancer chemotherapy has become increasingly sophisticated, yet there is no cancer treatment that is 100% effective against disseminated cancer. Resistance to treatment with anticancer drugs results from a variety of factors including individual variations in patients and somatic cell genetic differences in tumours, even those from the same tissue of origin. Frequently resistance is intrinsic to the cancer, but as therapy becomes more and more effective, acquired resistance has also become common. The most common reason for acquisition of resistance to a broad range of anticancer drugs is expression of one or more energy-dependent transporters that detect and eject anticancer drugs from cells, but other mechanisms of resistance including insensitivity to drug-induced apoptosis and induction of drug-detoxifying mechanisms probably play an important role in acquired anticancer drug resistance. Studies on mechanisms of cancer drug resistance have yielded important information about how to circumvent this resistance to improve cancer chemotherapy and have implications for pharmacokinetics of many commonly used drugs. This book presents new and important research in this field.

Title Mechanisms of Environmental Stress Resistance in Plants
Author Amarjit Basra
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 1997-07-16
Category Science
Total Pages 407
ISBN 905702036X
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Plant growth and productivity are limited in many areas of the world by a wide variety of environmental stresses. This book discusses progress made toward the major goal of uncovering the plant resistance mechanisms to biotic and abiotic stresses; the purpose being to utilise this knowledge in genetic modification of plants for achieving improved stress resistance. This volume achieves a new synthesis in considering the mechanisms of resistance at various levels of organisation -- from individual cells and tissues, through whole plants, to communities. Chapters are written by internationally acknowledged experts, who have a wealth of research and teaching experience. With comprehensive and up-to-date coverage, this book analyses many outstanding problems and poses important questions for future research.

Title Mechanisms of Resistance to Plant Diseases
Author A.J. Slusarenko
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date 2001-11-30
Category Science
Total Pages 628
ISBN 1402003994
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Plant-pathogen interactions is a rapidly developing area among the plant sciences. Molecular genetics has provided the tools to analyse and manipulate mechanisms of pathogenicity and resistance responses and has facilitated their study from the population to the molecular level. The book brings together the views of experts in the field and provides an overview of the genetic basis of interactions between fungi, bacteria, viruses and their host plants, the triggering of plant defences and the complex array of plant responses to stop pathogen invasion, as well as possible applications for improved plant protection. The chapters are organised and written to make an advanced textbook rather than simply a collection of reviews or something resembling conference proceedings. Thus, authors have largely concentrated on a didactic approach and the book should remain useable for several years in spite of the rapid progress in research. The text is aimed at advanced students in the field of plant pathology as well as researchers requiring an integrated picture of plant resistance to pathogens.

Title From Resistance to Revolution
Author Pauline Maier
Publisher W. W. Norton & Company
Release Date 1991
Category History
Total Pages 318
ISBN 0393308251
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Details major events which shaped an organized resistance movement against the British and brought about the American Revolution.

Title Domination and the Arts of Resistance
Author James C. Scott
Publisher Yale University Press
Release Date 1990
Category Political Science
Total Pages 251
ISBN 0300056699
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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"Play fool, to catch wise."--proverb of Jamaican slaves Confrontations between the powerless and powerful are laden with deception--the powerless feign deference and the powerful subtly assert their mastery. Peasants, serfs, untouchables, slaves, laborers, and prisoners are not free to speak their minds in the presence of power. These subordinate groups instead create a secret discourse that represents a critique of power spoken behind the backs of the dominant. At the same time, the powerful also develop a private dialogue about practices and goals of their rule that cannot be openly avowed. In this book, renowned social scientist James C. Scott offers a penetrating discussion both of the public roles played by the powerful and powerless and the mocking, vengeful tone they display off stage--what he terms their public and hidden transcripts. Using examples from the literature, history, and politics of cultures around the world, Scott examines the many guises this interaction has taken throughout history and the tensions and contradictions it reflects. Scott describes the ideological resistance of subordinate groups--their gossip, folktales, songs, jokes, and theater--their use of anonymity and ambiguity. He also analyzes how ruling elites attempt to convey an impression of hegemony through such devices as parades, state ceremony, and rituals of subordination and apology. Finally, he identifies--with quotations that range from the recollections of American slaves to those of Russian citizens during the beginnings of Gorbachev's glasnost campaign--the political electricity generated among oppressed groups when, for the first time, the hidden transcript is spoken directly and publicly in the face of power. His landmark work will revise our understanding of subordination, resistance, hegemony, folk culture, and the ideas behind revolt.

Resistance Welding by Hongyan Zhang

Title Resistance Welding
Author Hongyan Zhang
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2005-12-20
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 448
ISBN 9780203497524
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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High-performance steels and aluminum alloys pose significant challenges to resistance welding processes. Unfortunately for students in materials science, metallurgy, and manufacturing, most available books provide only a superficial treatment of resistance spot welding. Surveying the topic in a scientific and systematic manner, Resistance Welding: Fundamentals and Applications supplies practical insight into every aspect of the field. This book comprehensively examines every aspect of resistance welding, from metallurgy and fundamental physical processes, such as electrothermal processes and discontinuities, to mechanical testing, process monitoring and control, weld quality and inspection, expulsion, and numerical simulation. The authors consider the influence of mechanical characteristics of welding machines and emphasize statistical design, analysis, and inference in resistance welding research, enabling students to conduct their own investigations. They present state-of-the-art research results from their own studies as well as from other leading experts, and the text's many examples are derived from real experiments. Case studies and nearly 300 figures illustrate the concepts. Resistance Welding: Fundamentals and Applications imparts a fundamental understanding of resistance welding processes and phenomena that empowers students to approach high-performance steels, aluminum alloys, and other new materials with confidence. It is an ideal upper-level undergraduate or graduate text for courses in assembly and joining processes, fundamentals of welding, and manufacturing processes.

Title Molecular Genetics of Drug Resistance
Author Hayes
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 1997-10-28
Category Science
Total Pages 412
ISBN 9057021676
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Title The Scientific and Clinical Application of Elastic Resistance
Author Phillip Page
Publisher Human Kinetics
Release Date 2003
Category Medical
Total Pages 352
ISBN 0736036881
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Covering the use of elastic resistance bands and tubes, this work includes the scientific applications and exercise applications for different areas of the body, and sport-specific applications for ten different sports.

Title Everyday Forms of Peasant Resistance in South East Asia
Author James C. Scott
Publisher Psychology Press
Release Date 1986
Category Social Science
Total Pages 148
ISBN 0714632961
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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First published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Title Global Pesticide Resistance in Arthropods
Author Mark Edward Whalon
Publisher CABI
Release Date 2008
Category Science
Total Pages 169
ISBN 9781845933791
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Focusing specifically on arthropods, this book provides a comprehensive review of relevant issues in pesticide resistance. It includes listings and references to documented reports of resistance from around the world, as well as discussions on the mechanisms and evolution of resistance and management techniques.

Antibiotic Resistance by Karl S. Drlica

Title Antibiotic Resistance
Author Karl S. Drlica
Publisher FT Press
Release Date 2010-11-24
Category Medical
Total Pages 288
ISBN 0132117320
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Authored by two leading investigators, this book presents a thorough and authoritative overview of this multifaceted field of science. Pathogenic bacteria have been evolving and spreading resistance to diverse classes of antibiotics. As a result, we risk losing our ability to control and treat infectious diseases. Understanding antibiotic resistance, therefore, is becoming increasingly essential for a broad audience of healthcare professionals, biomedical and public health researchers, students, and policymakers. The authors answer questions such as: What is resistance? How does it emerge? How do common human activities contribute to resistance? What can we do about it? How can we strengthen our “first lines of defense” against resistance? Are there better ways to discover new antibiotics? What unique issues are associated with MRSA and viral influenza? In addition to defining and evaluating one of the most important emerging threats to public health, the authors explain what can be done to minimize risks to public health, and to preserve and extend the effectiveness of existing and new antibiotics.

Title Plant Resistance to Herbivores and Pathogens
Author Robert S. Fritz
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release Date 1992-08-15
Category Science
Total Pages 590
ISBN 0226265544
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Part 1. Analysis and Inheritance of Resistance VariationChapters by George G. Kennedy and James D. Barbour; John A. Barrett; Ellen L. Simms and Mark A. Rausher; and Mary R. Berenbaum and Arthur R. ZangerlPart 2. Evolutionary Responses to Plant Resistance by Herbivores and PathogensChapters by Lawrence Wilhoit; Diana Pilson; Arthur E. Weis; and James Groth and Barbara ChristPart 3. Population and Community Responses to Plant Resistance VariationChapters by Richard Karban; A. Joseph Pollard; Robert S. Fritz; and J. Daniel HarePart 4. Evolution of Plant ResistanceRobert J. Marquis; Helen M. Alexander; Matthew A. Parker; Arthur R. Zangeri and Fahkri A. Bazzaz; Ellen L. Simms; and Janis AntonovicsReferences Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Insulin Resistance by David Moller

Title Insulin Resistance
Author David Moller
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date 1993-10-15
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 425
ISBN 0471939773
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Recognized authorities in their respective areas provide contemporary information on insulin resistance. Organized into 12 chapters covering a broad range of subjects pertaining to insulin action, mechanisms of insulin resistance and clinical consequences, this book integrates and unites recent advances which have occurred in several disparate fields. The role of defects in the glucose transport system and future approaches to specific treatment of insulin resistance are among the topics discussed.

Beyond Resistance by Robert Fletcher

Title Beyond Resistance
Author Robert Fletcher
Publisher Nova Publishers
Release Date 2007
Category Social Science
Total Pages 177
ISBN 1600210325
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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This thought-provoking book is divided into two parts, each of which contains four chapters. In Part I, titled "Rethinking Resistance", contributors assert that "resistance" continues to hold utility as both an analytic concept and mode of action in the world, and therefore demands renewed engagement. Part II contains essays that offer novel frames for addressing progressive social change that might serve to replace "resistance" entirely, and thus is entitled "Thinking Beyond".

Title History of the German Resistance 1933 1945
Author Peter Hoffmann
Publisher McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release Date 1996
Category History
Total Pages 853
ISBN 0773515313
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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A McGill University history professor provides a comprehensive account of the German opposition's struggle against Hitler, covering all the serious attempts to overthrow or assassinate him leading up the failed attempt of 20 July 1944. First published in West Germany in 1969 by R. Piper and Co. as Widerstand, Staatsstreich, Attentat, this volume first appeared in English, published by Macdonald and Jane's and MIT Press, in 1977. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Title Weed and Crop Resistance to Herbicides
Author Rafael de Prado
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date 1997-05-31
Category Science
Total Pages 340
ISBN 0792345819
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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In recent decades, repeated use of herbicides in the same field has imposed selection for resistance in species that were formerly susceptible. On the other hand, considerable research in the private and public sectors has been directed towards introducing herbicide tolerance into susceptible crop species. The evolution of herbicide resistance, understanding its mechanisms, characterisation of resistant weed biotypes, development of herbicide-tolerant crops and management of resistant weeds are described throughout the 36 chapters of this book. It has been written by leading researchers based on the contributions made at the International Symposium on Weed and Crop Resistance to Herbicides held at Córdoba, Spain. This book will be a good reference source for research scientists and advanced students.

Title Clinically Relevant Resistance in Cancer Chemotherapy
Author Borje Andersson
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date 2002-10-31
Category Medical
Total Pages 380
ISBN 1402072007
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, and French
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Over the last several decades, the introduction of new chemotherapeutic drugs and drug combinations has resulted in increased long term remission rates in several important tumor types. These include childhood leukemia, adult leukemias and lymphomas, as well as testicular and trophoblastic tumors. The addition of high-dose chemotherapy with growth factor and hemopoietic stem cell support has increased clinical remission rates even further. For the majority of patients with some of the more common malignancies, however, palliation (rather than cure) is still the most realistic goal of chemotherapy for metastatic disease. The failure of chemotherapy to cure metastatic cancer is commonly referred to among clinicians as "drug resistance". This phenomenon can, however, often be viewed as the survival of malignant cells that resulted from a failure to deliver an effective drug dose to the (cellular) target because of anyone of or combination of a multitude of individual factors. Clinically, this treatment failure is often viewed as the rapid occurrence of resistance at the single cell level. However, in experimental systems, stable drug resistance is usually relatively slow to emerge.