Navigation Links
Charles Darwin and modern biology
Date:11/9/2009

The Springer journal Naturwissenschaften is publishing a special issue "Beyond the Origin: Charles Darwin and Modern Biology" to commemorate Darwin's On the Origin of Species which was published 150 years ago in November 1859. Guest editor and author of the lead article is Dr. Ulrich Kutschera, professor of plant physiology and evolutionary biology at the University of Kassel in Germany. All articles in this special issue are available free of charge until 30 December 2009 on Springer's online information platform www.springerlink.com.

Prof. Kutschera said, "In this special issue, the entire spectrum of Darwin's seminal contributions to the biological and geological sciences is covered in the light of our current knowledge. Darwin was not only the most famous evolutionary biologist of his time, but also a zoologist, psychologist, animal taxonomist, botanist, plant physiologist and philosopher of science. He strictly separated religious dogma from scientific fact and theory. This Darwinian separation of empirical data from the belief in Biblical miracles was the 'big bang' for biology, which, in the wake of Darwin's Origin of Species, evolved from an 'art of collecting beetles' into the most influential science of the 21st century."

Five articles are included in the special Darwin issue. The lead article "Charles Darwin's Origin of Species, directional selection, and the evolutionary sciences today," is followed by "Darwin's warm little pond revisited: from molecules to the origin of life," "Charles Darwin, beetles and phylogenetics," and "The predictability of evolution: glimpses into a post-Darwinian world." The issue concludes with the article "Evolutionary plant physiology: Charles Darwin's forgotten synthesis."


'/>"/>

Contact: Joan Robinson
joan.robinson@springer.com
49-622-148-78130
Springer
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1

Related biology news :

1. Charles Darwin really did have advanced ideas about the origin of life
2. 2009 Charles River Laboratories Excellence in Refinement Award
3. Why do we choose our mates? Ask Charles Darwin, prof says
4. Pest management specialist Charles Summers wins prestigious Woodworth Award
5. GEN joins Charles Darwin 2009 celebration
6. TSC honors Sen. Charles Schumer
7. The surprising story of Charles Darwin and his homeopathic doctor
8. AIBS publishes Darwin articles open access
9. Celebrate Darwins bicentennial by exploring how Darwin defined evolutionary biology
10. Journalists invited to Darwin/Chicago 2009 conference Oct. 29-31
11. U Alberta researcher in same group as Darwin and Hawking
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/25/2014)... healthcare community and remain priority areas that ... the worldwide crisis of obesity and diabetes, ... in diabetes, epidemiology and public health describe ... of diverse intervention programs in this novel ... on "Global Health Perspectives in Prediabetes and ...
(Date:7/25/2014)... is a complex congenital central nervous system disease ... the neural tubes during the embryonic phase. Many ... fecal incontinence and neurocognitive retardation. Such problems decrease ... life. Researchers at Ankara Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation ... performance in children with SB, using the Pediatric ...
(Date:7/25/2014)... Institute for Medical Research have identified the functions ... crucial to triggering the mating process in mice. , ... mouse detect pheromones that indicate when a female is ... if the female mouse is ovulating and ready to ... mating. Stowers, researchers believe mice developed this system through ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):What constitutes an effective response to the global 'diabesity' tsunami? 2It takes two to court 2It takes two to court 3
... is uniquely a "dual" sense, in that the brain perceives ... nose rather than the mouth. In the August 18, 2005, ... of chocolate activated different brain regions according to whether the ... or through the nose. , In a joint research effort ...
... cancer melanoma, studying functional tissue rather than cell ... development, according to new research from a Howard ... School of Medicine. , Though multiple genetic alterations ... been able to establish a direct causal link ...
... a small molecule of RNA called microRNA ?a chemical cousin ... protein involved in the early development of heart muscle. , ... Nature, may aid scientists in their understanding of how a ... cell, as well as offer researchers a way to predict ...
Cached Biology News:Nose odors and mouth odors: The brain distinguishes 2Nose odors and mouth odors: The brain distinguishes 3Ibruprofen and other commonly used painkillers for treating inflammation may increase the risk of heart attack 2Ibruprofen and other commonly used painkillers for treating inflammation may increase the risk of heart attack 3MicroRNA tweaks protein that controls early heart development 2MicroRNA tweaks protein that controls early heart development 3
(Date:7/25/2014)... OAKS, Calif. , July 25, 2014 ... Board of Directors today declared a $0.61 per share ... will be paid on Sept. 5, 2014, to all ... on Aug. 14, 2014.  About Amgen ... for patients suffering from serious illnesses by discovering, developing, ...
(Date:7/25/2014)... , July 25, 2014 ... the "Global Metabolomics Market 2014-2018" report ... http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769 Metabolomics or Metabonomics is ... Metabolomics has become a new experimental technique that ... the environmental sciences. Metabolites are small molecules that ...
(Date:7/25/2014)... July 25, 2014 The Conferee Networking ... Topics for Conferee Networking. These two-hour sessions provide a ... meet and resolve problems, discuss new techniques, or brainstorm ... to submit a topic for consideration is August 31, ... . The Conferee Networking committee will review the topics, ...
(Date:7/25/2014)... 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Xybion Corporation, the leading provider ... operating in highly regulated industries, announced today that ... User Group Conference, Xybion International Exchange, on October ... at the Sheraton Society Hill Hotel.  ... This year,s conference theme is Compliance ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Amgen Announces 2014 Third Quarter Dividend 2Amgen Announces 2014 Third Quarter Dividend 3Global Metabolomics Market 2014-2018: Key Vendors are Agilent, Bio-Rad, Bruker, Human Metabolome and Metabolon 2Pittcon 2015 Announces Call for Topics for Conferee Networking Sessions 2Xybion Announces It Will Host International User Conference in Philadelphia 2Xybion Announces It Will Host International User Conference in Philadelphia 3
... Jan. 24 Cardica, Inc.,(Nasdaq: CRDC ) ... fiscal 2008 second quarter and six months ended ... excellent commercial progress, with over 1,000,C-Port systems shipped ... an expanding,product line designed to enable minimally-invasive cardiac ...
... FRAZER, Pa. and MAISONS-ALFORT, France, Jan. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/,-- ... that the European,Committee for Medicinal Products for Human ... a positive opinion regarding EFFENTORA(TM), the,company,s fentanyl buccal ... EFFENTORA European new drug application for the treatment ...
... DIEGO, Jan. 24 Biomatrica, the biostability company,that ... temperature, has introduced RNAstable(TM) for preserving RNA at ... shipping., Interest in RNA has skyrocketed over ... gene silencer and in gene expression studies. However, ...
Cached Biology Technology:Cardica Announces Fiscal 2008 Second Quarter Financial Results and Business Progress 2Cardica Announces Fiscal 2008 Second Quarter Financial Results and Business Progress 3Cardica Announces Fiscal 2008 Second Quarter Financial Results and Business Progress 4Cardica Announces Fiscal 2008 Second Quarter Financial Results and Business Progress 5Cardica Announces Fiscal 2008 Second Quarter Financial Results and Business Progress 6Cardica Announces Fiscal 2008 Second Quarter Financial Results and Business Progress 7Cephalon's EFFENTORA Receives Positive Opinion from European Regulatory Authorities for the Management of Breakthrough Cancer Pain 2Cephalon's EFFENTORA Receives Positive Opinion from European Regulatory Authorities for the Management of Breakthrough Cancer Pain 3Cephalon's EFFENTORA Receives Positive Opinion from European Regulatory Authorities for the Management of Breakthrough Cancer Pain 4Biomatrica's RNAstable(TM) Stabilizes RNA at Room Temperature 2Biomatrica's RNAstable(TM) Stabilizes RNA at Room Temperature 3
...
Mouse monoclonal [Ley 37D/G6] to LKB1 ( Abpromise for all tested applications). entrezGeneID: 6794 SwissProtID: Q15831...
... phase reagent for Virus ... & unique water insoluble ... detergents and chaotropes; Engineered ... non-envelop viruses while preserving ...
Integrins Sampler Kit 10g each...
Biology Products: