A History of the Life Sciences, Revised and Expanded

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CRC Press, 13 de ago. de 2002 - 520 páginas
A clear and concise survey of the major themes and theories embedded in the history of life science, this book covers the development and significance of scientific methodologies, the relationship between science and society, and the diverse ideologies and current paradigms affecting the evolution and progression of biological studies. The author d
 

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The Origins of the Life Sciences
1
The Greek Legacy
39
The Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution
75
The Foundations of Modern Science Institutions and Instruments
115
Problems in Generation Preformation and Epigenesis
151
Physiology
203
Micorbiology Virology and Immunology
241
Evolution
297
Genetics
367
Molecular Biology
415
Index
481
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Lois N. Magnier is Professor Emerita, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. The author or coauthor of numerous journal articles, book chapters, and books, including A History of Medicine (Marcel Dekker, Inc.), her research interests range from investigations of the feminist response to Darwinism to an ongoing comparative study of the medical theories of Korea, China, and Japan. A member of the History of Science Society, the American Association for the History of Medicine, and the American Historical Association, among other organizations, Dr. Magner received the B.S. degree (1963) from Brooklyn College, New York, and the Ph.D. degree (1968) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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