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‎SOCIETE SCIENTIFIQUE D'ARCACHON‎

Reference : 24464

‎Bulletin de la Station biologique d'Arcachon, n°18, 1966.‎

‎Bordeaux, Guy Ducros, 1966. In-8 (225x150mm) broché. Nombreux tableaux. Bon état général. ‎


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‎Société De Chimie Biologique‎

Reference : 119487

(1964)

‎Célébration du cinquantenaire 6-9 avril 1964 (1914-1964)‎

‎ 1964 128 pages in8. 1964. Broché. 128 pages. illustrations‎


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Reference : 3103

(1932)

‎Société de Chimie Biologique - Bulletin de la Société - tome XV - 1932‎

‎Masson Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1932 Book Condition, Etat : Bon relié , demi-cuir et papier gros In-8 1 vol. - 1594 pages‎


‎quelques illustrations Contents, Chapitres : physiologie de la créatine - calcium et calémie chez l'homme - évolution des glucides au cours de la formation de la graine de 2 variétés de pois - amides dans les produits sucrés - essais colorimétriques - origine de l'acétylméthycarbonil - éléments minéraux du sérum sanguin - réaction de substances à fonctions sulfhydryle - cultures microbiennes - bacille tuberculeux - acide perchlorique - carence en vitamine A - tormentol - glycogenèse - isomères de l'ergostérol, hydrogénation - enzymes protidolytiques - lipides et protéides d'épanchements des séreuses - oxydimorphine - réaction des osazones - corps réducteurs du sang - pouvoir hyperglycémiant, glande surrénale - bilan phosphoré chez le rat - indice d'iode du sang - chimie de la vitamine C - nériine, etc etc 1 tome seul (année complète)‎

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‎Société de Chimie Biologique - Revue Biochimie - G. Paoletti - Witkin (E.M.)‎

Reference : 64137

(1982)

‎Société de Chimie Biologique - Revue Biochimie - Tome LXIV, n° 8-9 - Aout-Septembre 1982 - Réponses induites après introduction de lésions dans le DNA - Inducible Responses to DNA Damages - Toulouse, 5-8 Mai 1982‎

‎Société de Chimie Biologique - Revue Biochimie Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1982 Book Condition, Etat : Bon broché , sous couverture imprimée éditeur In-4 1 vol. - 302 pages‎


‎ Contents, Chapitres : Pages 549 à 851 - Présentation par G. Paoletti - Hommage à Jacqueline George par R. Devoret - Introduction : E.M. Witkin : From Gainesville to Toulouse : The evolution of a model - Conservation and diversification of genes by mismatch correction and SOS induction - Regulation and autoregulation by LexA protein - Mutation rate : Some biological and biochemical considerations - Inducible DNA repairs enzymes involved in the adaptive response to alkylating agents - Species differences in the inducibility of hepatic 06-lakylguanine repair in rodents - Measurement of recA protein induction in Salmonella typhimirium : A possible biochemical test for the detection of DNA damaging agents - DNA synthesis on UV irradiated model templates using human DNA polymerates alpha and beta : Primer slippage to account for evident transdimer continuity in product - Damaged-site independent mutagenesis of phage produced by inducible error-prone repair - The SOS chromotest : Direct assay of the expression of gene sfiA as a measure of genotoxicity of chemicals - Repair of o6-alkyguanine lesions in DNA by chromatin enzymes - A brief consideration of the SOS inducing signal - Inhibition of DNA synthesis is not sufficient to cause mutagenesis in Chinese hamster cells - Error-prone replication of ultraviolet-irridiated Simian virus 40 in carcinogen-treated monkey kidney cells - Effect of a UV predose on DNA replication in UV irradiated Chinese hamster V79 cells - Two separable protein species which both restore uvrABC endonuclease activity in extracts from uverC mutated cells - The role of DNA polymerase in base substitution mutagenesis on non-instructional templates - Are pyrimidine dimers tolerated during DNA replication of UV-irradiated parvovirus minute-virus-of-mice in mouse fibroplasts ? - P.C. Hanawalt : Perspectives on DNA repair and inducible recovery phenomena border of the front-part of the wrappers lightly torn, else near fine copy, no markings‎

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‎Société française de biologie clinique‎

Reference : RO30313747

(1966)

‎Monographie annuelle 1967 - Les anémies, études cliniques et biologiques‎

‎L'expansion. 1966. In-8. Broché. Etat d'usage, 1er plat abîmé, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 206 pages augmentées de nombreux schémas, tableaux et graphiques noir et blanc en texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 610-Sciences médicales. Médecine‎


‎Ouvrage publié sous la direction de M. Paget, L. Hartmann. Auteurs collaboratifs : R. André, J. Bernard, J. Bousser, J. Dausset, B. Dreyfus, J.-C. Dreyfus, Y. Najean, Cl. Paoletti, G. Schapira, R. Wolff. Classification Dewey : 610-Sciences médicales. Médecine‎

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Reference : 49250

‎Leçons de Biologie animale.‎

‎ P., C.D.U., Les Cours de l'UNiversité de Lyon, 1937, 5 fascicules in 4° brochés, 284 pages en pagination continue ; 159 figures ; quelques rousseurs. ‎


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‎Somogy et Musée d'Histoire Naturelle de Lille - Thieffry (Valérie) et Reichenbach (Cécile), eds. - Bertrand Radigois - Jean Cnuddle - Françoise Parot - Francis Denver - Marcel Turbiaux sur J.-M. Lahy - Charles Thomas - Michel Huteau - Stéphane Callens‎

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(2002)

‎La mesure de l'homme - Instruments et tests du Musée d'Histoire Naturelle de Lille‎

‎Somogy Editions d'Art et Musée d'Histoire Naturelle de Lille Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 2002 Book Condition, Etat : Bon relié , sous jaquette illustrée éditeur In-4 1 vol. - 261 pages‎


‎très nombreuses illustrations d'instruments et d'appareils en couleurs 1ere édition Contents, Chapitres : Préface de Martine Aubry - Avant-propos de Bertrand Radigois - 1. La mesure de l'homme : Jean Cnuddle : L'homme mesuré - Françoise Parot : Les instruments d'expérience à l'aube de la psychologie expérimentale - Francis Denver : Des mesures pour orienter - Marcel Turbiaux : J.-M. Lahy, 1872-1843, fondateur de la psychotechnique en France - Charles Thomas : L'évolution méthodologique de l'examen psychotechnique - Michel Huteau : La mesure de l'intelligence - Stéphane Callens : Des bons et des mauvais usages de la mesure de l'homme - 2. Catalogue des instruments et tests du Musée d'Histoire Naturelle de Lille : Sommaire détaillé - Anthropométrie - Dynamométrie - Mesures respiratoires - Mesures cardio-vasculaires - Sensorimétrie - Mesure des facultés motrices - Mesure du temps de réaction - Mesure de l'intelligence - Mesure des aptitudes - Mesure de l'apprentissage - Mesure du caractère et de la personnalité - Accessoires - 3. Documents et annexes, bibliographie ‎

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‎SORRE Max.‎

Reference : 8982

(1943)

‎Les Fondements Biologiques De La Géographie Humaine. Essai D'une Écologie De L'homme‎

‎ Armand Colin GRAND In-8 Broché Paris 1943 440 pp, cartes et figures in-texte, intérieur frais ; dos légèrement débroché, un mors fendu en queue. Exemplaire légèrement gauchi ‎


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Reference : 683

‎Les fondements biologiques de la géographie humaine - Essai d'une écologie de l'homme.‎

‎Paris, Librairie Armand Colin, 1943, in-8 broché, 440 pp. Quelques rousseurs sur la couverture, plus nombreuses sur les tranches, rares à l'intérieur. Sinon bon état.‎


‎I. Le Climat et l'Homme./II. Le milieu vivant et l'alimentation de l'homme./III. L'organisme humain en lutte contre le milieu vivant.‎

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‎Sorre Max.‎

Reference : jj3994

(1943)

‎Les fondements biologiques de la géographie humaine, essai d'une écologie de l'homme‎

‎Armand Colin Relié 1943 In-8° relié, demie percaline chagrinée, titre doré, tranches mouchetées, couverture conservée, 440 pp., quelques illustrations en noir et blanc in et hors-texte ; percaline légèrement frottée ainsi que coins et bords, pales et rares rousseurs sur certaines pages, très bon état général Livraison a domicile (La Poste) ou en Mondial Relay sur simple demande.‎


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‎Sorre Max.‎

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(1971)

‎Les Fondements biologiques de la géographie humaine : Essai d'une écologie ‎

‎Armand Colin Inconnu 1971 In-8 (15,5 x 24 cm), broché, 447 pages ; ensemble bruni, pliure au dos, traces sur le dos et les plats, assez bon état général. Livraison a domicile (La Poste) ou en Mondial Relay sur simple demande.‎


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‎SOUEGES René‎

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‎"La vie végétale; la cinématique de la vie. Bibliothèque de philosophie scientifique."‎

‎Paris, Flammarion, 1954. 13 x 19, 252 pp., broché, non coupé, bon état.‎


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Reference : 19740

(1913)

‎Tableaux élémentaires d'analyse micrographique. A l'usage des médecins, des pharmaciens, des étudiants en médecine et en pharmacie.‎

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‎Livre. Préface de Léon Guignard. Librairie Le François, 1913.‎

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‎L'EVOLUTION BIOLOGIQUE- SCIENCE,HISTOIRE OU PHILOSOPHIE?‎

‎Librairie Vrin 1997. Un fort volume in-8°(25x16,5cm).Broché. XVIII+659p. bon exemplaire. ‎


‎Actes du colloque organisé en l'honneur du Pr. Michel Delsol à Lyon en Janvier 1996‎

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(1935)

‎La cellule embryonnaire. Actualités scientifiques et industrielles n° 208‎

‎Hermann et Cie Actualités scientifiques et industrielles Revue 1935 In-8, (25x16.5 cm), broché, 72 pages, schémas, bibliographie ; coins légèrement écornés, coiffe inférieure légèrement usée, très bon état. Livraison a domicile (La Poste) ou en Mondial Relay sur simple demande.‎


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‎SPALLANZANI, (LAZZARO).‎

Reference : 22144

(1787)

‎(Oeuvres de M. L'Abbà Spallanzani (halftitles)). 3 vols. (all). Opuscules de Physique, Animale et VÃgÃtale (vols I-II). ExpÃriences pour Servir a L'Histoire de la GÃnÃration des Animaux et des Plantes (vol. III). Traduit par Jean Senebier. On y a j...‎

‎Pavai & Paris, Pierre J. Duplain, 1787. 3 cont. full mottled calf. Richly gilt backs, raised bands. Light wear to top of spines. 88),CXIV,352,(4),413,(4),730,(2) pp. and 9 folded engraved plates.‎


‎First collected edition in French, comprising Spallanzani's most important works. He was one of the first to dispute the doctrine of spontaneous generation, making importent experiments in support of his views. He likewise was the first to advance the doctrine of the regeneration of the spinal cord, and showed the reflex actions. Some of his conclusions were similar to those expressed by Pasteur, nearly a century later.‎

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‎SPALLANZANI (Lazzaro), NEEDHAM (John Turberville).‎

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(1769)

‎Nouvelles recherches sur les découvertes microscopiques et la génération des corps organisés... Avec des notes, des Recherches physiques et métaphysiques sur la nature et la religion, & une nouvelle théorie de la Terre par M. de Needham.‎

‎Londres & Paris chez Lacombe 1769 1 vol. relié 2 parties en 1 fort vol. in-8, plein veau havane flammé, dos lisse orné de fleurons et filets dorés, pièce de titre, triple filet doré en encadrement sur les plats, tranches marbrées (reliure de l'époque), (2) + LIV + (2) + 298 et (4) + XVI + 293 + (3) pp., 9 planches gravées hors-texte dont 6 dépliantes. Edition originale française de cet important traité de Spallanzani (1729-1799), publié en Italie en 1765, dans lequel le biologiste étudie et réfute la théorie de la génération spontanée, prouvant par ses expériences que les micro-organismes proviennent de l'air et peuvent être tués par une ébullition prolongée. Complet des deux feuillets d'errata. Ex-libris manuscrit sur la page de titre. Coiffe supérieure émoussée, sinon bel exemplaire en reliure d'époque.‎


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‎SPALLANZANI (Lazzaro), SENEBIER (Jean).‎

Reference : 98586

(1786)

‎Expériences pour servir à l'histoire de la génération des animaux et des plantes.‎

‎Geneve Chez Barthelemi Chirol 1786 1 vol. relié in-8, relié demi-veau fauve, dos lisse rehaussé de semis et figures dorées, tranches marbrées, (2) + XCVI + 413 pp. Manque les trois planches dépliantes, mors légèrement fendus et coiffes arasées, sinon en bon état de conservation. Traduit par Jean Senebier, le célèbre naturaliste genevois. Deuxième édition avec un ébauche de l'histoire des êtres organisés avant leur fécondation et un réfutation à M. Ingenhous.‎


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‎"SPENCER, HERBERT.‎

Reference : 48787

(1883)

‎The Principles of Biology. 3 vols. - [COINING THE TERM ""SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST""]‎

‎London, William and Norgate, 1883,1885. 8vo. 3 uniform volumes partly uncut in the original embossed cloth. Volume 1 being the revised and enlarged third edition, Volume II (in two parts) being the second edition. Miscolouring to extremities, otherwise a fine set. XII, 883, 16 pp." (2), II, (2), 237, (1), 16 pp." Pp. VI, (4), 229-682, X, 16.‎


‎A collected set of the second edition and much enlarged third edition of this magnum opus of biology, in which Spencer coined the term ""survival of the fittest"". ""This survival of the fittest, which I have here sought to express in mechanical terms, is that which Mr Darwin has called ""natural selection, or the preservation of favoured races in the struggle for life"""". (Spencer, Herbert. The Principles of Biology, Vol. I, p. 444).Together with Charles Darwin and Thomas Huxley, Herbert Spencer (1820 - 1903) was responsible for the acceptance of the theory of evolution. His greatest and most influential work in this connection was his ""The Principles of Biology"", which forms the biological part of his grand project for a Synthetic Philosophy, which he worked on from 1862 to 1893. It is on this work that his fame today mainly rests, not least because it was here that he was the first to use the term ""survival of the fittest"" and due to this work that he greatly helped spread the acceptance of the theory of evolution.""The Principles of Biology attempted to reconcile the new Darwinian theory of natural selection with the Lamarckian mechanism of acquired characteristics which Spencer had endorsed long before publication of the Origin of the Species. In Spencer's view, while the Darwinian theory could explain most of biological evolution, the Lamarckian mechanism was necessary to explain 'higher' evolution, and especially the social behavior of humanity. Both theories however, instantiated the principle of evolution. In this sense, therefore, it is incorrect to characterize Spencer as a follower of Darwin. Although he coined the phrase 'survival of the fittest', and is often misrepresented as a thinker who merely applied the Darwininan theory to society, he did not aim to generalize Darwin, but rather to show that natural selection could be accommodated within an overarching principle of evolution that Spencer had independently developed. Biological organisms could be shown to progress, both as individuals and as species, from simple, undifferentiated, homogeneity to complex, differentiated, heterogeneity"" the Darwinian theory was only of significance in providing a partial explanation for this universally observed tendency"" (Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Philosophy vol. 2:1055).""Spencer saw higher forms emerging from a gradual process of adaptation to the environment. The Principles of Biology analyzes the principal mechanisms by which this occurs and relates them to the specialized structures and function of plants and animals."" (D.S.B.: XII, 571).The work was originally issued to subscribers in parts from January 1863 to October 1864 (Vol. I) and January 1865 to March 1867 (Vol. II). ‎

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‎"SPENCER, HERBERT & HUXLEY, T. H.‎

Reference : 43154

(1878)

‎[Huxley:] The Progress of Anthropology (+) [Spencer:] Consciousness under Chloroform (+) The Evolution of Ceremonial Government‎

‎New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1878-79. 8vo. Volume XIII, May to January of ""Popular Science Monthly"", bound in a contemporary black half cloth binding with gilt lettered title to spine. Library stamp to title-pages. Huxley's paper: pp. 668-676. Spencer's papers: 694-698"" 17-29. [Entire volume: (5), 514-777, (2), 408 pp.]. Some wear to extremities, internally fine and clean.‎


‎First printing of three papers by two of the most influential evolutionists from the Darwinian-era: Thomas Henry Huxley, known as Darwin's bulldog and Herbert Spencer, the man who coined the concept ""survival of the fittest"".‎

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‎"SPENCER, HERBERT & HUXLEY, T. H.‎

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(1874)

‎[Spencer:] Replies to the Quarterly Reviewers (+) Climate and Social Development (+) Mental Evolution and Necessary Truths. + [Huxley:] Universities: Actual and Ideal .‎

‎New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1874. 8vo. Volume V of ""Popular Science Monthly"", bound in a contemporary black half cloth binding with gilt lettered title to spine. Library stamp to title-pages. (2), 514-774, (4), 384 pp. Minor wear to extremities, internally fine and clean.‎


‎First printing of four papers by two of the most influential evolutionists from the Darwinian-era: Thomas Henry Huxley, known as Darwin's bulldog and Herbert Spencer, the man who coined the concept ""survival of the fittest"".‎

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‎"SPRENGEL, CHRISTIAN KONRAD. ‎

Reference : 56004

(1793)

‎Das entdeckte Geheimnis der Natur im Bau und in der Befruchtung der Blumen. Mit 25 Kupfertafln. - [THE EVIDENCE FOR DARWIN'S THEORY OF EVOLUTION]‎

‎Berlin, 1793. 4to. 19th century paper-covered boards with gilt title to spine. A bit of wear to extremities. (f2) re-enforced at inner margin. A very nice copy with only a bit of occasional brownspotting. Last few plates with a faint top-damp-stain. Old owners' names to title-page (one being ""Carl Gruner"", his initials also to end of index. Title within illustrated border. (3), ff., 444 columns (i.e. 222 pp.), 2 ff. + 25 engraved plates.‎


‎Scarce first edition of this milestone on the road to understanding the biology of flowers. Sprengel's magnum opus constitutes the first attempt to explain the origin of organic forms from definite relations to the environment, and it served as a main source of inspiration for Darwin, whom it provided with evidence for his theory of evolution. With his milestone work ""The Newly Revealed Mystery of Nature in the Structure and Fertilization of Flowers"", Christian Konrad Sprengel (1750 -1816) became the first to recognize that the function of flowers was to attract insects, and that nature favoured cross-pollination. With Darwin's recognition and reconfirmation of Sprengel's results, the work came to set the foundations for the modern study of floral biology and anthecology.""In the summer of 1787 Sprengel began observing the pollination of Geranium flowers. These relationships of flower structure, insect visitors, and pollination mechanisms occupied him for the next six years and culminated in the publication of his great work, ""Das entdeckte Geheimniss der Natur im Bau und in der Befruchtung der Blumen"", in 1793. Printed in double-column format, it had twenty-five copperplates crowded with 1,117 drawings of floral parts representing 461 species. The striking title page also served as a plate, since the wide border comprised twenty-eight insect and flower drawings. Although it became a milestone on the road to understanding the biology of flowers, Sprengel was greatly disappointed at the book's reception.Although J. G. Koelreuter had already noted some of the relationships of floral parts, nectar, and insects to pollination, Sprengel went much further in stating that the structure of the flower can be interpreted only by considering the role of each part in relation to insect visits. He noted that color and scent are attractions" that the corolla markings are guides to the hidden nectar" and that grasses have light pollen and are wind-pollinated. His rediscovery of dichogamy (the maturation of anthers and stigmas at different times in the same flower, such that self-pollination cannot occur) led him to one of his major conclusions: ""Nature appears not to have intended that any flower should be fertilized by its own pollen."" This doctrine, together with the even more important view of the close integration of floral structures with insect visitation, was the first attempt to explain the origin of organic forms from definite relations to the environment. ""Since Darwin breathed new life into these ideas by the theory of selection. Sprengel has been recognized as one of its chief supports.""There are a few early comments on Sprengel's book - including a book review, a 1794 letter by Goethe, and a later commentary by his nephew Kurt P. Sprengel. In England, Robert Brown published an article on pollination in 1833, citing two observations from Sprengel. Furthermore, Charles Darwin noted that it was on Brown's advice in November 1841 that he obtained and read ""C. K. Sprengel's wonderful book."" Perhaps through the work of Brown (and later of Sprengel), Darwin became interested in pollination by insects with observations that began in the summer of 1838. In the chapter ""Natural Selection"" of the ""Origin of Species"" (1859) he refers to these observations, and confirms Sprengel's similar ones, on dichogamy: ""These plants have in fact separated sexes, and must habitually be crossed.... How simply are these facts explained on the view of an occasional cross with a distinct individual being advantageous or indispensable.""Further comments on Sprengel's work are in Darwin's two botanical works, ""Orchids"" (1862) and ""Cross and Self Fertilization"" (1876). In the former he refers to Sprengel's ""curious and valuable work,"" to ""Sprengel's Doctrine,"" and again to Sprengel's work that ""...until lately was often spoken lightly of. No doubt he was an enthusiast, and perhaps carried some of his ideas to extreme length. But I feel sure, from my own observations, that his work contains an immense body of truth."" In the latter book, Darwin cites Sprengel's notes on the essential role of insects in the pollination of many plants, and says: ""He was in advance of his age, and his discoveries were for a long time neglected."" Further, he states that Sprengel, while noting that cross-pollination between flowers of the same species occurred, was not ""... aware that there was any difference in power between pollen from the same plant and from a distinct plant."" It remained for Darwin to assess the important of this for his theory of natural selection.... A proposed second part of ""Das entdeckte Geheimniss"" was never published, but a small work on bees appeared in 1811 and a work on philology in 1815.... Were it not for his remarkable book Sprengel would be forgotten today. This work reached Darwin, and the insect-plant mutualism so elegantly and minutely described there profoundly influenced him. Although the two were poles apart in religious beliefs, the elemental natural processes revealed by their studies provided Darwin with evidence for his theory of evolution. (Lawrence J. King in: D.S.B. XII:587-88).""Christian Konrad Sprengel, (born September 22, 1750, Brandenburg, Germany-died April 7, 1816, Berlin), German botanist and teacher whose studies of sex in plants led him to a general theory of fertilization which, basically, is accepted today.Sprengel studied theology and languages, spent some years as a schoolmaster in Spandau and Berlin, and became rector of Spandau. In pursuing botanical studies he neglected his duties, and, after his dismissal in 1794, with a pension, he went to Berlin. As a theologian, he believed that everything in nature was created for a purpose, and in observing plants he attempted to uncover the purpose of each minute part.Sprengel discovered that the nectaries (nectar-producing organs in flowers) were indicated by special colours, and he reasoned that the colour attracted insects. The insects, he found, were the means of conveying pollen from the stamen (male part) of one flower to the pistil (female part) of another. He also discovered that in many bisexual flowers the stamen and pistil mature at different times, and self-fertilization thus cannot occur"" fertilization is accomplished instead by the transfer of pollen from one flower to another. The process of maturation of the male and female parts at different periods he called dichogamy, a term that is still used, and he traced the process in fine detail. He discovered that some flowers rely on the wind to transfer their pollen and studied the differences between these flowers and those fertilized by insects.Sprengel believed that his principles explained all the characteristics of flowers, such as position, size, form, colour, odour, and time of flowering. He published his observations and thoughts in ""Das entdeckte Geheimnis der Natur im Bau und in der Befruchtung der Blumen"" (1793"" ""The Newly Revealed Mystery of Nature in the Structure and Fertilization of Flowers""). When his book was not well received, Sprengel became depressed and did not publish the results of his other botanical research. He turned to philology but did not distinguish himself in it.‎

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‎Staudinger Hermann‎

Reference : 100052308

(1953)

‎Chimie des colloïdes organiques - traduit par Gibello Henri‎

‎Dunod 1953 in8. 1953. cartonné.‎


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What can I do with a user account ?

What can I do with a user account ?

  • All your searches are memorised in your history which allows you to find and redo anterior searches.
  • You may manage a list of your favourite, regular searches.
  • Your preferences (language, search parameters, etc.) are memorised.
  • You may send your search results on your e-mail address without having to fill in each time you need it.
  • Get in touch with booksellers, order books and see previous orders.
  • Publish Events related to books.

And much more that you will discover browsing Livre Rare Book !