Elemente Der Exakten Erblichkeitslehre Deutsche Wesentlich Erweiterte Ausgabe in Fnfundzwanzig VOR

Author: Johannsen W (Wilhelm)
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN: 1113149302
Release Date: 2009-07
Genre: History

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Elemente der exakten Erblichkeitslehre

Author: Wilhelm Johannsen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781108081054
Release Date: 2015-05-21
Genre: Science

A 1909 revised, expanded German translation of a 1905 Danish work on heredity by a founding figure of modern genetics.


Author: New York Botanical Garden
ISBN: PSU:000018616767
Release Date: 1914
Genre: Botany

The Antibody Molecule

Author: Anthony R. Rees
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780191016165
Release Date: 2014-10-30
Genre: Medical

The Antibody Molecule follows the extraordinary journey of the medics and scientists who shaped the course of medical advances in the field of immunology. One of the oldest of the medical sciences, immunology has a history that has seen chemists, physicists and biologists alike seeking to unravel the most complex system in the human body outside the brain. This book charts its intriguing history, from the genetic basis of antibody diversity, through the understanding of the mechanism by which the immune system's first line of defence works, to breakthroughs in crystallography and the exploitation of immunoglobulins as therapeutic platforms to treat cancer, inflammation and allergy. Tracing the developments in immunology in chronological order, Professor Anthony R. Rees presents the historical contexts of the periods in rich detail, bringing them to life with quotes and illustrations. This fascinating book examines the literature of the time, turning points, and controversies. A must read for immunologists and life scientists, as well as historians of science and medicine.

Reframing Disease Contextually

Author: Mary Ann Gardell Cutter
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9789401701556
Release Date: 2013-03-09
Genre: Medical

This volume will be of interest to philosophers of medicine, bioethicists, and philosophers, medical professionals, historians of western medicine, and health policymakers. The book provides an overview of key debates in the history of modern western medicine on the nature, knowledge, and value of disease. It includes case studies of e.g. AIDS, genetic disease, and gendered disease.

How the Gene Got Its Groove

Author: Elizabeth Parthenia Shea
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 0791474267
Release Date: 2009-01-08
Genre: Science

Traces the rhetorical work of the gene in scientific and nonscientific discourse throughout the twentieth century.

The Beginnings of Perinatal Medicine

Author: Erich Saling
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 9783110317954
Release Date: 2014-10-24
Genre: Medical

Perinatal medicine came into being during the middle of the 20th century, when human medicine entered the intrauterine space. This book presents in an integrative way the history of the still young speciality. The main emphasis is on the time period up to the early 70s when the major changes e.g. Cardiotocography took place. Both scientific precursors and later developments are mentioned shortly, when appropriate. Many chapters of this book represent a unique eyewitness report by Prof. Erich Saling, the so-called "Father of Perinatal Medicine".

Issues and Reviews in Teratology

Author: H. Kalter
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781461305217
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Genre: Medical

Why Efforts to Expand the Meaning of "Teratogen" Are Unacceptable Disagreement about nomenclature in teratology is not new. Dissent even about the very fabric of the discipline-what congenital malformations consist of-has often been voiced. Time, instead of resolving such diffi culties, has sometimes worsened them. For example, in the past it was agreed that congenital malforma tions are abnormalities of structure present at birth, but differences of opinion concerning where the line between normal and abnormal was to be drawn prevailed. It was obvious that, in order to discover the causes of congenital malformations and cast strategies for their prevention, it would be necessary to have knowledge of the baseline of their frequency, and that this required uniformity of definition of terms. Since malfor mations of primary social concern are those having grave outcomes (and are, paradoxically, also the commonest ones), it is logical that such condi tions were the first consideration of investigators and were the defects whose frequency was considered to comprise the required baseline.