6 edition of Thinking about Biology: An Invitation to Current Theoretical Biology (Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity : Lecture Notes, Vol) found in the catalog.
August 1, 1993
by Westview Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Wilfred D. Stein (Editor), Francisco J. Varela (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||356|
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Theoretical biology is a broad and rapidly growing field where this link is actually explored with passion and discipline. The chapters of this book have been chosen to give the student of theoretical biology the flavor of current exciting research in the by: Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Thinking about biology: an invitation to current theoretical biology.
Boca Raton, Florida. Get this from a library. Thinking about biology: an invitation to current theoretical biology. [Wilfred D Stein; Francisco J Varela;]. This book discusses the emergence of life, the development of the individual, and the study of the interaction between individuals and species.
It gives the student of theoretical biology some idea of the flavor of current research in the : Wilfred Stein. This book discusses the emergence of life, the development of the individual, and the study of the interaction between individuals and species.
It gives the student of theoretical biology some idea of the flavor of current research in the by: This book discusses the emergence of life, the development of the individual, and the study of the interaction between individuals and species. It gives the student of theoretical biology some idea of the flavor of current research in the field.
It is thus all the cells of a human being come from an original cell, the zygote. The zygote has a new genetic structure, distinct from that of the ovum and of the spermatozoid, distinct from those of the parents. This new genome, whose fundamental structure will be Cited by: 3.
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System approaches in biology have a long history. We focus here on the thinking of Paul A. Weiss and Ludwig von Bertalanffy, who contributed a great deal towards making the system concept operable in biology in the early 20th by: Theoretical biology is a broad and rapidly growing field where this link is actually explored with passion and discipline.
The chapters of this book have been chosen to give the student of theoretical biology the flavor of current exciting research in the : Wilfred Stein (Editor), Francisco J. Varela (Editor). CHAPTER-BY-CHAPTER ANSWER KEY CHAPTER 1 ANSWERS FOR THE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1.
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In biology education systems thinking can be understood as thinking backward. In MayLudwig von Bertalanffy was the first academic at the University of Vienna to receive a Habilitation in “theoretical biology.” The basis for this licensing procedure was the first volume of his book on what he called Theoretische Biologie, which had already been published two years earlier (Bertalanffy ).Cited by: Like this slideshow.
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