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‎Gaillard Yann‎

Reference : 67435

(1977)

ISBN : 2705658726

‎Buffon. Biographie imaginaire et réelle suivi de "Voyage à Montbard" par Hérault de Séchelles‎

‎Hermann 1977 In-8 broché 20,6 cm sur 15. 173 pages. Bon état d’occasion.‎


‎ Bon état d’occasion ‎

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‎Galien ‎

Reference : 15380

ISBN : 2070736849

‎Oeuvres médicales choisies I de l'unité des parties du corps Humain‎

‎ Tel, Gallimard, 1994 - In-12° fort, br, 327 pages, bel exemplaire.‎


‎ Bon Etat - Pas de défauts particuliers, exemplaire sain et propre . Franco de port pour la France par MONDIAL RELAY dés 30 euros pour les ouvrages ne relevant pas de la bibliophilie . Moins 15 % sur vos commandes de moins de 25 euros. Paiement immédiat par Paypal . Chèques ( fractionnement possible) et virements acceptés. ‎

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‎GALIEN Claude-Louis ‎

Reference : 78634

(1993)

‎Biologie. Tome 3 seul : Reproduction et développement.‎

‎Couverture souple. Broché. 224 pages.‎


‎Livre. Editions P.U.F, 1993.‎

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‎GALLE, Michael:‎

Reference : 121785aaf

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‎GALL, F.J. et G. SPURZHEIM. - FOUNDING PHRENOLOGY.‎

Reference : 52187

(1809)

‎Recherches sur le Système nerveaux en général, et sur celui du Cerveau en particulier, Mémoire présenté a L'Institut de France, le 14 Mars 1808" suivi D'Observations sur le Rapport qui en été fait a cette Compagnie par ses Commissaires. Avec une Planche. - [FOUNDING PHRENOLOGY]‎

‎Paris, F. Scholl, H. Nicolle, 1809. Large 4to. Bound uncut in contemp. (original ?) boards. A nick at bottom of spine. Scratches to coverpaper at top of spine, along fronthinge and lower right corner on frontboard. Stamps on title-page. (4),VII,277,(1) pp. and 1 lithographed plate with 5 figs. showing the brain. Some scattered brownspots, mainly on the first few leaves.‎


‎Scarce first edition of the monograph which initiated the new science of ""Phrenology"". Here they introduced in print the idea of the cerebrum as a collection of organs with different psychological functions, and focused the attention on the functions of the cerebral cortex. Broca regarded Gall's work on phrenology as ""the starting point for every discovery in cerebral physiology in our century"". The phrenological doctrine, with its suggestion of localization of the functions of the brain, gave a great impetus to the neurological sciences.""The first publication of importence is the mémoire presented by Gall and Spurzheim as candidates for election to the Insitur de France: Recherches.... 1809 (the item offered). The mémoire was presented on March 14, 1808, and a committee of five, including Pinel, with Cuvier as chairman, was appointed to examine the researches and the doctrine. Whether Napoleon actually interfered is nor certain, althugh it is plain that he was opposed to the doctrine. Cuvier's long negative report of fifty-two pages is cautious and conservative, and shows that his commitee realized that it was dealing with with a difficult and controversial matter."" (Edwin G. Boring).‎

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‎GALLIEN L.‎

Reference : 16905

‎Problèmes et concepts de l'embryologie expérimentale. Collection l'Avenir de la Science.‎

‎Paris, Gallimard, 1958. 14 x 23, 586 pp., 221 figures, broché, bon état.‎


‎L'Avenir de la Science, collection dirigée par Jean Rostand, nouvelle série N°4.‎

Librairie Ausone - Bruxelles

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‎GALLIEN (L.)‎

Reference : 17702

‎[QUENEAU]. Problèmes et concepts de l'embryologie expérimentale. ‎

‎P., Gallimard, 1958. in-8, 586pp.-2ff.- 1 planche, figures. Broché. (Collection L'avenir de la science).‎


‎Édition originale. Bibliographie, index. - Exemplaire du s.p., avec un envoi d'auteur à Raymond Queneau. Frais, non coupé.‎

Librairie Devaux - Moulins

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‎GALLIEN Louis‎

Reference : 003586

‎BIOLOGIE ANIMALE‎

‎Paris Claude Hermant In-4 Broché Satisfaisant ‎


‎2 volumes à la couverture de papier vert, triple filet blanc, titre, traces d'insolation, déchirure sans manque au dos du 1er tome ; L'auteur était professeur à la faculté des sciences de Paris ; paru vers 1950 tome I : 364pp+XIpp (table des matières) ; Tome II : 247pp+VIpp (table des matières) ; illustré de nombreux croquis in-texte ; signature de l'auteur, le tome II comporte un numéro : 2228 ‎

Au Point du Jour - Troyes

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‎GALONIER-GRATZINSKY, Dr. Serge.‎

Reference : 88269

‎Origine et structure de la vie.‎

‎ Paris, Editions Pramantha 1951, 250x165mm, 409pages, broché. Papier cristal d’origine conservé. Bel exemplaire avec pages non coupées. ‎


‎ illustrations n/b in texte, ‎

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‎Galoux Jacobs Lebrun‎

Reference : 100101008

(1976)

‎Méthodes biologiques de détection et d'évaluation de la pollution des milieux continentaux - symposium organisé le 20 Mars 1976 à Louvain-La-Neuve - contributions botaniques / Mémoire 7‎

‎Universa / Wetteren (Belgique) 1976 in4. 1976. Broché. Mémoires de la société royale de botanique de Belgique --- iconographie en noir et blanc‎


‎Très Bon Etat de conservation cependant couverture un peu défraîchie intérieur propre bonne tenue‎

Un Autre Monde - Val Couoesnon

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‎"GALTON, FRANCIS.‎

Reference : 39153

(1890)

‎""The Patterns in Thumb and Finger Marks"" on their Arrangement into naturally distinct Classees, the Permanence of the Papillary Ridges that make them, and the Resemblance of their Classes to ordinary Genera."" ( (And same author:) ""Methods of indexing ... - [FINGER-PRINTS AND CRIMINOLOGY]‎

‎Lindon, Harrison and Sons, 1890-91. Bound together in recent marbled boards. With both titlepages to vols 48 and 49 (both 1891) in ""Proceedings of the Royal Society of London"" pp. 455-459 (in vol. 48) and pp. 540-548.‎


‎""The Patterns in Thumb and Finger Marks"" is an early 'abstract' read to the Royal Society. The full paper paper appeared later the same year. ""Methods of indexing Finger Mark"" being the first appearance. These two paper constitute the very first appearance of the anthropometric classification of fingerprint.""Galtons establisment of fingerprinting as an easy and almost infallible means of human identification transformed a difficult subject, and his taxonomy of prints is basically that used today"".(DSB).‎

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‎"GALTON, FRANCIS. - FIRST BOOK OF THE STATISTICAL STUDY OF BIOLOGICAL VARIATION.‎

Reference : 38789

(1889)

‎Natural Inheritance.‎

‎London and New York, Macmillan and Co., 1889. Orig. full cloth, uncut. Light wear along edges. Part of hinges neathly repaired. Small tears to spine ends. IX,(4),259,(3) pp. Internally clean and fine.‎


‎First edition. - ""By the employment of statistical Methods Galton propounded a ""law of filial regression"". This book represents the first statistical study of biological variation and inheritance.""(Garrison & Morton No. 233). ""The Natural Inheritance was his outcome of his work over the past 15 years on statistical techniques related to genetics. This includes develpment of the concept of correlation coefficients and the formula for the standard error of estimate.""(Parkinson, Breakthroughs).‎

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‎"GAMOW, G.‎

Reference : 46966

(1954)

‎Possible Relation Between Deoxyribonucleic Acid and Protein Structures. - [GAMOW'S DISCOVERY OF NUCLEOTIDES]‎

‎London, Macmillian and Co, 1954. Royal8vo. Bound in contemporary full cloth with title to spine. In ""Nature"", Vol. 173, 1968. Library stamp to upper right corner of title page, otherwise a fine and clean copy. Pp. 709-13. [Entier volume: LXVVI, 1246 pp.].‎


‎First printing of Gamow's exceedingly influential discovery of four different kinds of acino-acids, nucleotides, which were to influence Watson and Crick in their further work. To Gamow, most famous for his work within physics and cosmology, this was a highly unfamiliar field. His work was described as: ""perhaps the last example of amateurism in scientific work on a grand scale"".""In early 1954, less than a year after J. D. Watson and Francis Crick discovered the double helical structure of DNA, Gamow recognized that the information contained in the four different kinds of nucleotides (adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine) constituting the DNA chains could be translated into the sequence of twenty amino acids which form protein molecules by counting all possible triplets one can form from four different quantities. This remarkable way in which Gamow could rapidly enter a more or less unfamiliar field at the forefront of its activity and make a highly creative contribution to it, often far more by intuition than by calculation, led Ulam to characterize his work as ""perhaps the last example of amateurism in scientific work on a grand scale."" It earned him membership in a number of professional societies-American Physical Society, Washington Philosophical Society, International Astronomical Union, American Astronomical Society, U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters-as well as an overseas fellowship in Churchill College, Cambridge."" (DSB)""Even as he was starting research in relativistic cosmogony, Gamow came to think that the time was nearly ripe for phys-ics to help biology move beyond its descriptive stage. This perception probably derived from Erwin Schrödinger's What Is Life? The Physical Aspect of the Living Cell (1945) and his longtime friend Max Delbrück's successful migration from theoretical physics to experimental genetics. In any case, Gamow got so caught up with the idea that rejecting his initial plans to revive the Washington conferences with one focused on cosmogony, he instead devoted the first postwar gathering to ""the physics of living matter."" His preparations for the conference held in the fall of 1946, and his subse-quent endeavours to promote the infusion of more physics into biology, led Gamow to believe by the early 1950s that the central ""riddle of life"" is how each species' genes shape its distinctive proteins. But lacking any notion about the molecular structure of genes, he could not imagine how to formulate this enigma in a tangible way.In June 1953 Gamow got an idea for doing so from reading James Watson and Francis Crick's soon-to-be-famous Nature paper on DNA's structure. Confident that they were on the right track, he impulsively introduced himself to them by letter, praising them for their success in moving biology into the ""exact' sciences"" and expressing his hope that he could meet with them in England at the end of the summer to talk about the possibility of using combinatorics to tackle genetic problems. As both were planning to be away then, Watson discussed Gamow's letter briefly with Crick, then filed it away. In late October, undeterred by their failure to respond, Gamow sent a short note off to Nature on a ""Possible Relation between Deoxyribonucleic Acid and Protein Structures"" (1954). He opened by crediting Watson and Crick with having established that the basic hereditary materials are DNA molecules. Then he daringly outlined what soon evolved into the protein-coding research program. He proposed that each organism's DNA ""could be characterized by a long number written in a four-digital system"" that ""completely determined"" the composition of its unique complement of proteins, which in turn ""are long peptide chains formed by about 20 different amino-acids [that] can be considered as 'long' words based on a 20-letter alphabet."" The problem to be solved was how these ""four-digital 26 numbers [are] translated into such 'words.'"" Gamow closed by suggesting how this might be done and promising that a fuller account would be published elsewhere.During the next few months, Gamow plunged into work on the protein-coding problem. He wrote up an expanded version of his note in Nature for the National Academy of Sciences' Proceedings and, when it was not accepted there-possibly because Gamow jokingly listed his fictional character Tompkins as co-author-submitted it successfully (without Tompkins as co-author) to the Royal Danish Society of Sciences' biological series. He also spurred first Crick, then Watson, and then many other researchers-especially those associated with Caltech's Delbrück and Berkeley's Gunther Stent-to join the enterprise of identifying how DNAcoded proteins. As this growing research circle reviewed prior and ongoing experimental work of relevance, a consensus soon emerged that DNA did not serve as a simple template in protein synthesis. It appeared instead that the coding might be a two-step process in which DNA first coded RNA and then RNA coded proteins. Although initially resisting this view, Gamow ended up as the ""synthesizer"" in the ""RNATie Club,"" founded in mid-1954 to foster the circle's informal communications and camaraderie.Gamow's involvement in the expanding circle of coding researchers remained intense for another year and a half. He found it stimulating to be once again on the wave crest of an exciting new specialty. Just as important if not more so, he enjoyed being at the center of the ambitious circle's partying and joking. But starting in late 1955, years before a consensus emerged about the coding of proteins, Gamow's engagement with the problem wilted. One reason was that his marriage of 23years had just fallen apart. Asecond, and more compelling reason was that, as he had experienced toward the end of his active participation in nuclear, stellar, and cosmogonical researches, he was getting bored with coding research because the opportunities for someone with his freewheeling style were ever more limited in this increasingly competitive and empirically constrained field"" (George Gamow: A Biographical Memoir, National Academy of Sciences).‎

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‎GAMOW George et YCAS Martynas‎

Reference : 85726

‎Monsieur Tompkins s'explore lui-même, aventures biologiques.‎

‎Paris, Dunod, 1970. 16 x 21, 286 pp., 60 figures, broché, bon état (couverture légèrement jaunie).‎


‎"Illustrations de George Gamow; traduit par Geneviève Gueron."‎

Librairie Ausone - Bruxelles

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‎Gamow (George) - Geneviève Guéron, traduction‎

Reference : 87675

(1956)

‎Biographie de la Terre - Son passé, son présent son avenir , traduit par Geneviève Guéron - Edition revue par l'auteur‎

‎Dunod Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1956 Book condition, Etat : Bon broché, sous couverture imprimée éditeur vert bouteille illustrée d'un dessin de dinosaure en noir grand In-8 1 vol. - 220 pages‎


‎58 figures dans le texte en noir et blanc, et 35 figures sur planches hors-texte et dans le texte, certaines dépliantes (complet) 1ere traduction en français, 1956 Contents, Chapitres : Préface, table, table des planches, table des illustrations, xiv, Texte, 206 pages - Dimensions de la Terre - Age de la Terre - L'heureux évènement - La Terre donne jour à une fille - La famille des planètes - Voyage au centre de la Terre - Grandeur et décadence des montagnes - L'évolution des continents - Climats du temps passé - La vie à la surface de la Terre - Coup d'oeil sur l'avenir - George Gamow (4 mars 1904 à Odessa, Empire russe - 19 août 1968 à Boulder, Colorado, États-Unis), né Gueorgui Antonovitch Gamov, est un physicien théoricien, astronome, cosmologiste et vulgarisateur scientifique américano-russe. Il a proposé la théorie de la radioactivité a par l'effet tunnel quantique. Il a effectué des recherches sur la formation des étoiles, la nucléosynthèse stellaire, la nucléosynthèse primordiale à la suite du Big Bang, le fond diffus cosmologique de micro-ondes, et la génétique au niveau moléculaire. couverture à peine jaunie avec d'infimes traces de pliures aux coins des plats, intérieur sinon frais et propre, cela reste un bon exemplaire, bien complet de toutes les planches hors-texte‎

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‎Gandolfi-Hornyold, Dr. A.‎

Reference : 59090

‎Beiträge zur Biologie und Anatomie der Spatangiden.Mémoires de la Société Fribourgeoise des Sciences Naturelles. Zoologie. Vol. I. Fasc. 2.‎

‎ Fribourg, Fragnière 1910, 235x160mm, 50Seiten, broschiert. Schönes Exemplar.‎


‎ 17 Fig. im Text, ‎

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‎GANEBIN Elie‎

Reference : 63739

‎Histoire de la terre et des êtres vivants. Collection : Gai savoir, N° 10.‎

‎Genève, La Guilde du Livre, 1946. 12 x 19, 172 pp., 74 figures, broché, bon état.‎


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‎García Valentín María Pilar Cebolla Amorós Isabel Martin Catherine‎

Reference : 77135

(2004)

ISBN : 9788497800280

‎Science amusante‎

‎Imaginarium 2004 36 pages 21x21x1cm. 2004. Broché. 36 pages.‎


‎french edition - L'ouvrage qui n'a jamais été lu peut présenter des traces de stockage sur couverture et/ou les pourtours- Idéal pour offrir car Remis Sous blister -envoi rapide et soigné depuis la France dans un emballage adapté‎

Démons et Merveilles - Joinville

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‎GARNIER Maurice ‎

Reference : 77741

(1928)

‎Le rôle biologique du manganèse.‎

‎Couverture souple. Broché. 162 pages. Légèrement défraîchi.‎


‎Livre. Editions Berger-Levrault, 1928.‎

Librairie et Cætera - Belin-Beliet

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‎Gasc Jean Pierre‎

Reference : 143362

(1981)

ISBN : 2010053168

‎La prodigieuse aventure de notre corps‎

‎Hachette editions 1981 283 pages in8. 1981. broché. 283 pages.‎


‎Bon Etat‎

Un Autre Monde - Val Couoesnon

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‎Gasc (J.P.)‎

Reference : 23910

(1970)

‎Réflexions sur le concept de régression des organes , extrait de la Revue des Questions Scientifiques, 1970‎

‎Revue des Questions Scientifiques Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1970 Book condition, Etat : Moyen agrafé, sans couverture In-8 1 vol. - 20 pages‎


‎4 figures cet article a été extrait sommairement de la revue et agrafé, l'exemplaire provient de la bibliothèque de Pierre Thuillier qui a renseigné le nom de la revue sur la marge supérieure de la premiere page - date estimée, pas de couverture‎

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‎"GASKELL, WALTER HOLBROOK - A CLASSIC PAPER IN NEUROSCIENCE.‎

Reference : 51495

(1883)

‎The Croonian Lecture. - On the Rhytm of the Heart and the Frog, and the Nature of the Action of the Vagus Nerve. Read December 22, 1881.‎

‎(London, Harrison and Sons, 1883). 4to. No wrappers as extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"" Year 1882, Volume 173 - 1883. - Pp. 993-1033 and 5 plates (1 heliogravure (instrument), 4 folded recordings).‎


‎First edition of Gaskell's classic in neuroscience on the musculature and innervation of the heart.""In the Croonian lecture for 1881, dealing with the frog heart, Gaskell presented an important new method for studying heart action (later named the ""suspension method"") and insisted that cardiac inhibition depended less on nerve or ganglionic mechanisms than on the inherent properties of the cardiac musculature. The role of the vagus nerve in inhibition was reduced to that of being the “trophic” (anabolic) nerve of the cardiac muscle. Yet in the same lecture Gaskell produced impressive evidence against Foster’s myogenic theory of rhythmicity and advocated instead the neurogenic view that discontinuous ganglionic discharges are responsible for the rhythmicity of the normal heartbeat. The background to this defection was exceedingly complex, but it derived from an initial assumption (which Foster himself accepted) that ganglionic impulses - whatever their role in rhythmicity - are somehow involved in coordinating the normal sequence of the vertebrate heartbeat.""(DSB).Garrison & Morton, 829.‎

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‎Gastou, Paul-Louis (Dr).‎

Reference : 21048

‎L'Ultra-Microscope Dans Le Diagnostic Clinique Et Les Recherches De Laboratoire,‎

‎ 1910 J.B. Baillière et fils, Paris éd originale. Col. Les Actualités médicales. Il. en b/n. 62 p. 19x14 cm.cartoné.‎


‎bon etat ‎

Livres Anciens Komar - Meounes les Montrieux

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‎GATTY, Bernard.‎

Reference : 38196

‎Les Comptes du Temps passé - L'OEuf du vivant.‎

‎Paris, Hermann, 1985. in-8, 179 pp., broche, couv. ill.‎


‎Etat proche du NEUF. [JU-5] ‎

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‎GAUDEFROY (sous la direction du Dr M.).-‎

Reference : 16823

‎Etudes de sexologie.‎

‎ P., Bloud et Gay, 1965, in 12 broché, 454 pages. ‎


‎Biologie - Philosophie - Morale.PHOTOS sur DEMANDE. ...................... Photos sur demande ..........................‎

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