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[by] Eldon J. Gardner
出版情報: Minneapolis : Burgess Pub. Co, [1965]  iii, 376 p ; 24 cm
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Jacques Roger
出版情報: [Paris] : A. Colin, 1963  842 p. ; 25 cm
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Merriley Borell
出版情報: New York : Scribner, c1989  xiv, 306 p. ; 28 cm
シリーズ名: Album of science / I.B. Cohen, general editor
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[by] M. J. Sirks [and] Conway Zirkle
出版情報: New York : Ronald Press, [1964]  v, 376 p ; 24 cm
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Gordon Rattray Taylor
出版情報: New York : McGraw-Hill, [1963]  368 p ; 24 cm
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Lois N. Magner
出版情報: New York : M. Dekker, c2002  ix, 502 p. ; 24 cm
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Ernst Mayr
出版情報: Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press, c1982  ix, 974 p. ; 25 cm
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Introduction: How to write history of biology / 1:
Subjectivity and bias
Why study the history of biology?
The place of biology in the sciences and its conceptual structure / 2:
The nature of science
Method in science
The position of biology within the sciences
How and why is biology different?
Special characteristics of living organisms
Reduction and biology
Emergence
The conceptual structure of biology
A new philosophy of biology
The changing intellectual milieu of biology / 3:
Antiquity
The Christian world picture
The Renaissance
The discovery of diversity
Biology in the Enlightenment
The rise of science from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century
Divisive developments in the nineteenth century
Biology in the twentieth century
Major periods in the history of biology
Biology and philosophy
Biology today
Diversity of Life / Part I:
Macrotaxonomy, the science of classifying / 4:
Aristotle
The classification of plants by the ancients and the herbalists
Downward classification by logical division
Pre-Linnaean zoologists
Carl Linnaeus
Buffon
A new start in animal classification
Taxonomic characters
Upward classification by empirical grouping
Transition period (1758-1859)
Hierarchical classifications
Grouping according to common ancestry / 5:
The decline of macrotaxonomic research
Numerical phenetics
Cladistics
The traditional or evolutionary methodology
New taxonomic characters
Facilitation of information retrieval
The study of diversity
Microtaxonomy, the science of species / 6:
Early species concepts
The essentialist species concept
The nominalistic species concept
Darwin's species concept
The rise of the biological species concept
Applying the biological species concept to multidimensional species taxa
The significance of species in biology
Evolution / Part II:
Origins without evolution / 7:
The coming of evolutionism
The French Enlightenment
Evolution before Darwin / 8:
Lamarck
Cuvier
England
Lyell and uniformitarianism
Germany
Charles Darwin / 9:
Darwin and evolution
Alfred Russel Wallace
The publication of the Origin
Darwin's evidence for evolution and common descent / 10:
Common descent and the natural system
Common descent and geographical distribution
Morphology as evidence for evolution and common descent
Embryology as evidence for evolution and common descent
The causation of evolution: natural selection / 11:
The major components of the theory of natural selection
The origin of the concept of natural selection
The impact of the Darwinian revolution
The resistance to natural selection
Alternate evolutionary theories
Diversity and synthesis of evolutionary thought / 12:
The growing split among the evolutionists
Advances in evolutionary genetics
Advances in evolutionary systematics
The evolutionary synthesis
Post-synthesis developments / 13:
Molecular biology
Natural selection
Unresolved issues in natural selection
Modes of speciation
Macroevolution
The evolution of man
Evolution in modern thought
Variation and Its Inheritance / Part III:
Early theories and breeding experiments / 14:
Theories of inheritance among the ancients
Mendel's forerunners
Germ cells, vehicles of heredity / 15:
The Schwann-Schleiden cell theory
The meaning of sex and fertilization
Chromosomes and their role
The nature of inheritance / 16:
Darwin and variation
August Weismann
Hugo de Vries
Gregor Mendel
The flowering of Mendelian genetics / 17:
The rediscoverers of Mendel
The classical period of Mendelian genetics
The origin of new variation (mutation)
The emergence of modern genetics
The Sutton-Boveri chromosome theory
Sex determination
Morgan and the fly room
Meiosis
Morgan and the chromosome theory
Theories of the gene / 18:
Competing theories of inheritance
The Mendelian explanation of continuous variation
The chemical basis of inheritance / 19:
The discovery of the double helix
Genetics in modern thought
Epilogue: Toward a science of science / 20:
Scientists and the scientific milieu
The maturation of theories and concepts
Impediments to the maturation of theories and concepts
The sciences and the external milieu
Progress in science
Notes
References
Glossary
Index
Subjectivity and bias Why study the history of biology?
The nature of science Method in science
Reduction and biology Emergence
The changing intellectual milieu of biology Antiquity
The discovery of diversity Biology in the Enlightenment
Biology and philosophy Biology today
Diversity Of Life
Macrotaxonomy, the science of classifying Aristotle
Pre-Linnaean zoologists Carl Linnaeus Buffon
The decline of macrotaxonomic research Numerical phenetics Cladistics
The nominalistic species concept Darwin's species concept
Evolution before Darwin Lamarck Cuvier England
Lyell and uniformitarianism Germany
Charles Darwin Darwin and evolution
The resistance to natural selection Alternate evolutionary theories
Molecular biology Natural selection
Modes of speciation Macroevolution
The evolution of man Evolution in modern thought
Variation and its Inheritance
Theories of inheritance among the ancients Mendel's forerunners
Introduction: How to write history of biology / 1:
Subjectivity and bias
Why study the history of biology?
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edited by Mordecai L. Gabriel and Seymour Fogel
出版情報: Tokyo : Maruzen, 1959  xiii, 317 p. ; 21 cm
シリーズ名: The Prentice-Hall animal science series
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