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‎Jungers Balaceanu Coussemant Eschard Giraud Hellin Leprince Limido‎

Reference : 100077069

(1958)

‎Cinétique chimique appliquée - préface de R. Navarre‎

‎Technip 1958 in4. 1958. Cartonné.‎


‎intérieur propre nombreux passages soulignés au stylo bleu principalement sur le premier tiers du livre 4e plat fortement taché‎

Un Autre Monde - La Fontenelle

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‎JUNK, W. [edt.].‎

Reference : 58814

(1926)

‎Portraits of old botanists.‎

‎Berlin, W. Junk, 1926. Folio. 26 reproduced portraits of old botanists. Loosely interted in the accompanying printed wrappers. Front and back wrapper detached and with light miscolouring, otherwise a fine set. 27 ff.‎


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‎JUSSIEU (Antoine-Laurent de), CAMUS (Armand-Gaston), BOULAY et CORNET‎

Reference : 25744

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‎Jéhan (J.-L.)‎

Reference : 33904

(1872)

‎Tableau de la création, ou Dieu manifesté par ses uvres - 2 tomes‎

‎Mame Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1872 Book Condition, Etat : Mauvais cartonnage , éditeur pleine percaline, dos ornés In-8 2 vol. - 820 pages‎


‎2 planches en frontispice et 105 figures dans le texte nouvelle édition Contents, Chapitres : tome 1, 412 pages, 48 figures : Règne minéral - Règne végétal - tome 2, 432 pages, 57 figures : Règne animal - Homme dos des cartonnages frottés, coiffes émoussés, reliure fragilisée, certains feuillets étant décalés - mouillures, rousseurs, quelques traces d'annotations, exemplaire de lecture‎

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‎KACHKAROV (D.N.) - KOROVINE (E.P.).-‎

Reference : 61730

‎La vie dans les déserts. Edition française par Théodore MONOD.‎

‎ P., Payot, 1942, in 8° broché, 361 pages ; couverture illustrée. ‎


‎Bel exemplaire. Illustré de 63 figures et 63 phtographies hors-texte. PHOTOS SUR DEMANDE. ...............Photos sur demande............‎

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‎Kahn Axel (1944-)‎

Reference : 20720

(2007)

ISBN : 9782841113422

‎L'homme ce roseau pensant Essai sur les racines de la nature humaine‎

‎Nil éditions à Paris, 2007 Couverture souple illustrée. in 8 (22,5 x 14 cm), 333 pages. ‎


‎Troisième volet pluridisciplinaire de la trilogie éthique et philosophique d’Axel Kahn entamée avec « Et l'homme dans tout ça ? » suivi de « Raisonnable et humain ? ». Il y explore à la suite de Pascal les deux infinis de l'homme, ce qui fait sa misère et sa grandeur. L'homme est un animal, et en cela il est infiniment petit ; mais il est le seul animal à avoir conscience de lui-même et accès à la transcendance, et en cela il est infiniment grand. " Nous sommes, en tant qu'Homo sapiens, d'une affligeante banalité biologique. Sur le plan génétique, notre proximité avec les grands singes est considérable ; elle atteint 98,7 % avec le chimpanzé et est encore de 80 % avec la souris et de 50 % avec la levure. " De tels chiffres éclairent d'un nouveau jour le questionnement philosophique sur ce qui fait la spécificité de l'être humain – Très bon état.‎


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‎KAHN , Axel et Jean-François‎

Reference : 10087

(2006)

‎COMME DEUX FRERES Mémoire et visions croisées‎

‎ 2006 Paris STOCH 2006 in-8, br, 305 p, couverture photo, deux photos en frontispice, un arbre généalogique. Très bon état‎


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‎Kaplan (Jack H.) and De Weer (Paul), eds.‎

Reference : 76119

(1991)

‎The Sodium Pump : Structure, Mechanism, and Regulation - Society of General Physiologists, 44th Annual Symposium, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 5-9 September 1990‎

‎The Rockfeller University Press, N.Y. , Society of General Physiologists Series, volume 46 Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1991 Book Condition, Etat : Très Bon paperback , editor's brown printed wrappers grand In-8 1 vol. - 385 pages‎


‎few black and white figures, a plate 1st edition Contents, Chapitres : Contents, Preface, ix, Text, 376 pages - Molecular biology and expression - Structure - Reaction kinetics and transport modes - Electrogenic aspects fine copy, no markings‎

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‎KARRER Paul‎

Reference : 36052

‎Traité de chimie organique. Bibliothèque scientifique, N°13.‎

‎Neuchâtel, Editions du Griffon, 1948. 18 x 25, 965 pp., broché, très bon état.‎


‎traduit de la 10e édition allemande par Philippe Grandjean.‎

Librairie Ausone - Bruxelles

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‎Karrer (P.) und Jucker (E.)‎

Reference : 34782

(1948)

‎Carotinoide - chemische Reihe, Band III, n° 17‎

‎Birkhäuser Basel , Lehrbücher und Monographien aus dem Gebiete der exakten Wissenschaften Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1948 Book Condition, Etat : Bon relié , sous jaquette Grand In-8 1 vol. - 388 pages‎


‎2 planches en couleurs et quelques figures Erste Ausgabe Contents, Chapitres : 1. Allgemeiner Teil : Zustand der Carotinoide in Pflanzen und Tieren. Nachweis und Bestimmung der Carotinoidfarbstoffe - Entstehung der Carotinoide in der Pflanze und ihre physiologische Bedeutung - Isolierung von Carotinoiden - Die chemische Konstitution von Carotinoiden - Cis-trans Isomerie bei Carotinoiden - Methoden der Konstitutionsermittlung - Beziehungen zwischen Konstitution und Farbe bei Carotinoiden - Synthese in der Carotinoidreihe - Die Verbreitung der Carotinoide in der Natur - 2. Spezieller Teil : Carotinoid-Kohlenwasserstoffe bekannter Konstitution - Hydroxylhaltige Carotinoide bekannter Struktur - Carotinoide, welche in ihrer Molekel eine order mehrere Carbonylgruppen enthalten und deren Struktur bekannt oder grössenteils bekannt ist - Carotinoid-Carbonsäuren - Carotinoide mit teilweise oder ganz unbekannter Struktur - Kristallformen einiger Carotinoiden (Tafeln) - Absorptionsspektren einiger Carotinoide - Verzeichnis carotinoidführender Pflanzen und Tiere jaquette à peine frottée par endroits sans manques, sinon très bon état‎

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‎KATTEIN, ALBERT.‎

Reference : 22473

(1897)

‎Der morphologische Werth des Centralcylinders der Wurzel. Inaugural-Diss.‎

‎Cassel, 1897. Cont. hcloth. 26,(4) pp. and 2 double-page plates.‎


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‎Keel (Othmar) sur Philippe Pinel et H.-C. Smyth - Georges Canguihem (préface)‎

Reference : 66655

(1979)

‎La généalogie de l'histopathologie - Une révision déchirante, Philippe Pinel, lecteur discret de James-Carmichael Smyth (1741-1821) - Préface de Georges Canguihem‎

‎Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin , Textes et Etudes - L'Histoire des Sciences Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1979 Book Condition, Etat : Très bon broché , sous couverture imprimée éditeur grand In-8 1 vol. - 147 pages‎


‎ 1ere édition Contents, Chapitres : Préface de Georges Canguilhem - Une référence discrète de Pinel à un médecin anglais était restée inaperçue - Qui est ce médecin anglais d'un goût pur, Broussais a-t-il donné une solution ? - Persistance de l'énigme, s'agit-il vraiment de John Hunter ? - Solution de l'énigme, la source de Pinel était un mémoire sur l'inflammation de James Carmichael Smyth - Le mémoire de Smyth n'est pas ignoré en Angleterre au début du XIXe siècle, Pinel n'est pas le seul à en avoir saisi la portée - Importance du mémoire de Smyth pour la constitution de l'histopathologie, examen de quelques critiques non pertinentes - Les conditions de possibilité du mémoire de Smyth, institutions et disciplines - Est-ce par fair-play que la plupart des anglais, au XIXe siècle, ont sous-estimé la priorité de Smyth et la dette de Pinel ? - Appendices : Qui est le premier en France, Pinel ou Bichat ? - James Carmichael Smyth, éléments de biographie et de bibliographie - Notes et références - Annexe : Compte rendu de l'essai de J.-C. Smyth paru dans les Medical Commentaries infimes petites taches sur la couverture, sinon tres bon état‎

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‎"KEIBEL, FRANZ UND FRANKLIN P. MALL (HRSG.).‎

Reference : 21183

(1910)

‎Handbuch der Entwicklungsgeschichte des Menschen. 2 bde.‎

‎Leipzig, S. Hirzel, 1910-11. Lex8vo. 2 cont. hcalf. Gilt backs. Backs a little rubbed and a few scratches. Internally fine and clean. VI,552,(1),VIII,1037 pp. and with 423 + 658 fine textillustrations.‎


‎First German edition. This outstanding work was simoustaneously published in English and German. With the English title: ""Manual of human embryology"", with contributions by many experts. Both Mall and Keibel contributed with many chapters. Garrison & Morton 526 (English edition).‎

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‎KELLOG (W.-N. et L.-A.). ‎

Reference : 1715

‎Le singe et l’enfant. ‎

‎Paris, Stock, Delamain & Boutelleau, 1936. In8 broché, couverture imprimée en noir & illustrée de 2 vignettes au dos & 2 bandeaux sur chaque plat, tous de couleur verte. Traduit de l’anglais par Marie-Madeleine Fayet. N° 37 de la collection “Les livres de nature” publiée sous la direction de Jacques Delamain. 187p. Couverture dessinée par Masereel. Non coupé, bel état.‎


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‎"KENDREW, J. C. ET AL.‎

Reference : 59914

(1958)

‎A Three-Dimensional Model of the Myoglobin Molecule Obtained by X-ray Analysis [in Nature 181, 1958] (+) Structure of Myoglobin: A Three-Dimensional Fourier synthesis at 2 Ã Resolution [in Nature 185, 1960].‎

‎London, Macmillian and Co, 1958 & 1960. Roayl8vo. 2 volumes, bound in contemporary half cloth with gilt lettering to spines. Stamps to front free end-paper and first leaf of each issue. In ""Nature"", vol. 181 & 185, 1958 & 1960, entire volumes offered. A fine set. [Nature 181, 1958:] pp. 662-666. [Nature 185, 1960:] pp. 422-27. [Entire volumes. CXLII, (2), 936 pp"" LXXV, (1), 952 pp.].‎


‎First appearance of both papers in which the first three-dimensional model of a protein was presented, essential knowledge for progress in curing human diseases, thus laid the foundation for all structural biology. Kendrew was furthermore one of the first to use a computer in analyzing the data produced by x-ray diffraction. For his essential discovery Kendrew was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1962. The discovery is widely regarded as being one the most important in the second half of the 20th century within biology and chemistry. ""The first dramatic but hard-won success of the approach [in understanding molecules], the determination of the three-dimensional structure of a protein called myoglobin, was announced in 1958 [in the present paper]. The findings laid the foundation for the age of structure in biology: [.] the paper was the outcome of a truly Herculean task. (Garwin, A century of Nature: twenty-one discoveries that changed science and the world, 2003, Pp. 87-88). The papers they produced (both offered here) are ""the outcome of a truly Herculean task. When the project began, there were no automated instruments or digital computers for generating or analyzing the huge amounts of data necessary. Every step had to be carried out by hand. many repeated thousands of times"" (A Century of Nature, p. 89) âAfter the war, John Kendrew, a physical chemist who had occupied high offices in operational research during the war and, while on a common mission in Ceylon, had been convinced by Bernal of the promises of protein crystallography, joined Perutz to do a PhD. (Although working closely with Perutz, Kendrew was officially supervised by William T. Taylor, head of the crystallography division at the Cavendish" like most professional crystallographers Taylor regarded protein crystallography as a hopeless undertaking, but still accepted the formal agreement.) Kendrew first embarked on a comparative analysis of fetal and adult hemoglobin, but later switched to the simpler protein myoglobin, the oxygen carrier in muscle.â (DSB) Perutz now managed to attach a heavy atom (mercury) to the hemoglobin molecule. From the difference produced in the diffraction pattern he was able to deduce the phase of the reflections. The method had been known since the 1930s, but it had only been used for small molecules. Although the suggestion to apply the method to proteins dated from the same period, its applicability had not been proved. âThe problem consisted, firstly, in finding a heavy metal compound that could be attached to a specific site without altering the arrangement of the other atoms in the molecule and, secondly, in estimating with sufficient accuracy the overall changes in intensity produced by the heavy atoms. In Braggâs judgment, Perutzâs skill in this last respect was âprobably uniqueâ at the time (Bragg, 1965, p. 12). To this day, the isomorphous replacement method is considered the key method to determine the crystal structure of proteins. Kendrew, working on the smaller myoglobin molecule, was the first to take full advantage of the new method. In 1958, he presented the first model ever of a globular protein derived by direct structure determination. The model showed the general outline of the molecule a second model at atomic resolution followed two years later. In the same year Perutz presented the first model of hemoglobin at 5.5 ÃngstrÞm. Its four subunits proved to be closely related to the myoglobin molecule. The white-and-black disk model built of thermosetting plastic is still widely reproduced.â (DSB) The determination of any of these protein structures could not have been contemplated without the use of ever more powerful electronic computers. Perutz initially distrusted the new calculating devices and resisted resorting to the experimental digital computers developed at the nearby Mathematical Laboratory. Eventually he came around to recognize their usefulness, but he freely admitted that he was always hopeless at computing. He never made use of the machine himself and rather left this part of the work to the younger people in his group. Perutz and Kendrew shared the 1962 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for their work on the structure of proteins.â (DSB) Garrison & Morton: 6911 & 6912‎

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‎KERK, G.J.M. van der.‎

Reference : 28868

‎Onderzoekingen over de bioluminescentie der lichtbacterien.‎

‎ Utrecht, Kemink en Zoon 1942, 270x190mm, 161pages, In gutem Zustand. Book in good condition. Bel exemplaire. ‎


‎ illustré ‎

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‎Keynes (Randal)‎

Reference : 69799

(2001)

‎Annie's Box - Charles Darwin, his Daughter and Human Evolution‎

‎Fourth Estate - London Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 2001 Book Condition, Etat : Bon hardcover , editor's full brown clothes, no dust-jacket grand In-8 1 vol. - 345 pages‎


‎1 colour plate in frontispiece, and 32 plates with black and white illustrations 1st edition Contents, Chapitres : Contents, List of illustrations, Family and friends, xiv, Text, 331 pages no dust-jacket, else fine copy, no markings‎

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‎KHERUMIAN R. ‎

Reference : 6227

‎NOTICE METHODOLOGIQUE A PROPOS D'UNE ENQUÊTE BIOLOGIQUE DANS UNE COLLECTIVITE RURALE (Betz-le-Château - Indre-et-Loire).‎

‎ Librairie Jouve, 1956, plaquette format 25x16cm, tirage à part extrait de la " Revue Anthropologique ", numéro 1, Juillet 1956, bon état.‎


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‎Khorana (H. Gobind)‎

Reference : 63869

(1961)

‎Some Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Phosphate Esters of Biological Interest‎

‎John Wiley and Sons Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1961 Book Condition, Etat : Bon hardcover , under dust-jacket grand In-8 1 vol. - 151 pages‎


‎few figures, mainly charts 1st edition Contents, Chapitres : Preface, Contents, x, Text, 141 pages - General introduction : Classification of phosphate esters of biological interest - Synthesis of monoesters of phosphoric acid - Cyclic phosphate formation and its role in the chemistry of phosphate esters of biological interest - Nucleoside polyphosphates, Nucleotide coenzymes, and related compounds of biological interest : Their structure and synthesis - The chemical synthesis of polynucleotides - A review of the synthetic applications of carbodimides with reference to the possible mechanisms of reactions 2 very small missings (extremely small) on the jacket, 3 lines underlined at ink, else near fine copy, no other markings‎

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‎Khouvine Y.‎

Reference : pf926

(1934)

‎Cellulose et bactéries : décomposition et synthèse. Actualités scientifiques et industrielles n° 164‎

‎Hermann et Cie Actualités scientifiques et industrielles Revue 1934 In-8, (25x16.5 cm), broché, 41 pages, photographies en noir et blanc, index bibliographique ; dos légèrement usé, coins à peine écornés, très bon état. Livraison a domicile (La Poste) ou en Mondial Relay sur simple demande.‎


Abraxas-Libris - Bécherel
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‎King (Tsoo E.) and Klingenberg (Martin)‎

Reference : Cyb-2739

(1972)

‎Electron and Coupled Energy Transfer in Biological Systems - Volume 1, Part B‎

‎Marcel Dekker - New York Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1972 Book Condition, Etat : Bon hardcover , under dust-jacket grand In-8 1 vol. - 414 pages‎


‎ 1st edition Contents, Chapitres : Preface, Contributors, Contents, x, Text, 404 pages (pages 325 to 729) - Ichiro Sekuzu and Shigeki Takemori : Cytochrome oxidase group, reactive with oxygen - Graham Palmer and Hans Brintzinger : The properties of nonporphyrin bound metals functional in biological oxidation reduction reactions - F.L. Crane and F.F. Sun : Lipid and lipid-soluble compounds in electron-transfer systems - A.L. Tappel : Electron transport and oxydative phosphorylation in invertebrates - Arnold F. Brodie and David L. Gutnik : Electron transfert and oxidative phosphorylation in microbial systems - Appendix : Original outline for volume 1, parts A and B, of electron and coupled energy transfer in biological systems - Index very small parts of the jacket are lightly torn, without missings, else near fine copy, no markings - volume 1, part B only (volume A is missing)‎

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‎King (Tsoo E.), Mason (Howard S.) and Morrison (Martin)‎

Reference : 64135

(1965)

‎Oxidases and Related Redox Systems - Proceedings of an International Symposium held in Amherst, Massachusetts, July 15-19, 1964 - Volume 2‎

‎John Wiley and Sons Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1965 Book Condition, Etat : Bon hardcover , under dust-jacket grand In-8 1 vol. - 630 pages‎


‎few figures 1st edition Contents, Chapitres : Preface, Contents, xxiv, Text, 606 pages (pages 539 to 1144) the jacket is lightly torn, small missing on the top of the spine of the jacket, else very good copy, no markings - volume 2 only (on 2)‎

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‎Kinne (O.) and Bulnheim (H.-P.), eds.‎

Reference : 39355

(1973)

‎Cultivation of Marine Organisms and its Importance for Marine Biology - Biologische Anhalt Helgoland, Hamburg - International Helgoland Symposium, du 8 au 12 septembre 1969‎

‎Otto Koeltz Antiquariat Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1973 Book Condition, Etat : Moyen hardcover , no dust-jacket fort et grand In-8 1 vol. - 721 pages‎


‎many figures reprint from the first edition Contents, Chapitres : O. Kinne : Opening address - Micro-organisms - Plants - Lower invertebrates - Crustacea - Mollusca - Pisces - General aspects - une soixantaine de contributions sur la culture des organismes marins et son importance pour la biologie marine ex-library copy, many stamps, numbers, and marks, otherwise near fine copy. The binding is an ex-library's binding, the book was correctly cancelled from the inventory (BPI)‎

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‎"KLEIN, HERMANN J.‎

Reference : 21890

(1871)

‎Das Gewitter und die dasselbe begleitende Erscheinungen. Ihre EigenthÃŒmlichkeiten und Wirkungen sowie die Mittel sich vor den Verheerungen des Blitzes zu schÃŒtzen.‎

‎Graz, 1871. Contemporary halfcalf. 150 pp., and 1 plate. Bound with Klein's ""Entwickelungsgeschichte des Kosmos nach dem gegenwÀrtigen Standpunkte der gesammten Naturwissenschaften"", Braunschweig, 1870. 170 pp.‎


‎Two first editions.‎

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‎"KNIGHT, THOMAS ANDREW. - INTRODUCING GEOTROPISM IN PLANT GROWTH.‎

Reference : 46390

(1806)

‎On the Direction of the Radicle and Germen during the Vegetation of Seeds. In a Letter to... Joseph Banks. Read January 9, 1806.‎

‎(London, W. Bulmer and Co., 1806). 4to. No wrappers as extracted from ""Philosophical Transactions"" 1806. With titlepage to 1806, Part I. Pp. 99-108. With a stamp on verso of titlepage.‎


‎First apperance of a milestone paper in plant physiology as the concept of tropistic behaviour arose from the experiments described in this paper. Knight showed that forces, generated by means of a water-wheel, made roots and shoots of seedlings orient themselves to centrifugal forces, just as they do to gravity.Knight's investigations on geotropism ""enabled Knight to distinguish between geotropic and hydrotropic reactions of the root, and opened the whole question of tropic responses, of their physical basis and adaptive significance in the lfe of plants.""(Morton, ""History of Botanical Science"", p. 390.).""His most famous work was on what are now called geotropisms. In a letter read by Banks to the Royal Society in 1806, Knight described how he eliminated the influence of gravitation on germinating seeds: He attached them at various angles to the rim of a vertical wheel which was driven by a stream in his garden to revolve continuously at a rate of 150 r.p.m. As the germinating plants grew, each shoot was directed to the center of the wheel" when a shoot passed the center of the wheel its tip turned back so that growth was still centripetal" the roots grew away from the center. Next he set up a similar structure with the wheel horizontal and rotating at 250 r.p.m. so that the seedlings were influenced by both gravitation of the earth an the centrifugal force. In this case, growth was at an angle of 80° to the vertical, the shoot upward and inward, and the root downward and out. Reducing the rotation to 80 r.p.m. decreased the centrifugal force to such an extent that the plants grew at an angle of 45° to the vertical.""(DSB).‎

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