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Abc Biologie

Author : Thomas Scott
ISBN : 3110106612
Genre : Science
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Over 7,000 entries cover the major subjects of biochemistry, botany, ecology, ethology, genetics, molecular biology, paleontology, physiology, and zoology.
Category: Science

Aristotelische Biologie

Author : Sabine Föllinger
ISBN : 3515070478
Genre : Science
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äDie Aufsätze des inhaltsreichen Sammelbandes dokumentieren ein hohes Diskussions- und Forschungsniveau. Das anvisierte Ziel, den philosophischen Hintergrund der aristotelischen Biologie verständlich zu machen und Aristoteles als empirischen Naturforscher zu wuerdigen, ist erreicht worden. Als besondere Verdienste des Buches sind die Dokumentation des Reichtums der aristotelischen Naturwissenschaft sowie ihre Entlastung vom Vorwurf der Antiquiertheit zu betrachten.ô Zeitschrift fuer philosophische Forschung ôOverall, this is an important contribution to the study of both Aristotle's philosophy and ancient science [à ] this volume challenges the reader to consider new approaches to seemingly intractable and tedious problems in Aristotelian scholarship. And the best of these papers show indubitably that it is necessary to study the biological works in order to understand Aristotle's methods and concerns.ö Journal of Hellenistic Studies.
Category: Science

Nazis Women And Molecular Biologie

Author : Gunther Siegmund Stent
ISBN : 141282947X
Genre : Social Science
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What prompts a well-renowned scientist in molecular biology to write memoirs about a part of his life? In the case of Gunther Stent, it was not to reflect on his career as a scientist, but to come to an understanding of his own soul. In his seventies, he had come to see that he had been, throughout his life, an emotional sleepwalker, especially as regards women and, in addition, that he had been troubled by Jewish self-hatred. His story may have more to do with St. Augustine's Confessions than with a scientist's memoirs. Stent provides insight into the power of political correctness, and the ability of a government to establish a perverse vision of reality. For readers interested in bioethics, Stent's memoirs help to explain how Germany could have been the first country to enact an all-encompassing protection for human research subjects while it was also the country that produced the medical experiments of the Nazis and the greatest perversion of medical morality in history. Stent is a person of intelligence and subtlety, an accomplished writer, a deep and wise man, and a loyal friend. His narrative is centered emotionally on a youth spent in Berlin in the Nazi period. As a boy of fourteen he was an eyewitness of the horrors of the Kristallnacht pogrom.On New Year's Eve 1938 he escaped from Germany across the "green frontier." He came to America in his teens, only to return to Berlin at the end of World War II as a scientific consultant for the U.S. Military. On his return to the States, Stent participated in the exciting early scientific breakthroughs of molecular biology that transformed the twentieth-century life sciences. His Nazis, Women and Molecular Biology is a piercing self-examination, and as its review in Science Newsletter says, "an act of self-exposure, abnegation, contrition, and expiation." It will be of keen interest to those who have inhabited Stent's worlds or shared his experiences, as well as those who wish to learn more about them. Gunther S. Stent is professor emeritus of neurobiology at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of such classic texts as Molecular Biology of Bacterial Viruses and Molecular Genetics, as well as philosophical books, such as The Coming of the Golden Age, Paradoxes of Progress, and, most recently (2002), Paradoxes of Free Will.
Category: Social Science

Ions M Talliques En Biologie Et En M Decine

Author : Jose A. Centeno
ISBN : 2742002944
Genre : Metal ions
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The objective of the 6th ISMIBM is to foster exchange of opinions between professionals and specialists working on analysis, research and applications of metal ions, trace elements and minerals in biological, biochemical, medical sciences, toxicology and environmental health. The scientific program, composed of plenary and concurrent sessions, and poster presentations is designed to promote intensive and productive dialogue among experts in these fields. A special program with short courses and mini-symposia have also been organised, featuring specialised areas including toxicology, analysis, pathology, remediation strategies, and environmental medicine. Original contributions (oral and/or poster presentations) are invited on the following themes: Metals and Environmental Health; Molecular Toxicology of Metals; Carcinogenicity of Metals; Speciation of Metals and Other Elements; Uses of Metals in Clinical Applications; Metals and Disease: Environmental and Toxicologic Pathology; Epidemiology and Occupational Health; Metals and Aging; Metals and Homeostasis; Effects of Low and High Nutritional Trace Element Status; Metals and Hormone Actions; Metals and Enzyme Activity; Metals and Chelation Therapy; Health Effects of Arsenic; Risk Assessment of Trace Element Status and Health; Advanced Methods for the Analysis of Trace Elements and Metal Ions.
Category: Metal ions