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  • Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919): The German Darwin and his impact on modern biology. [Editorial]
    Theory Biosci 2019; 138(1):1-7Kutschera U, Levit GS, Hossfeld U
  • The year 2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Ernst Haeckel, a German zoologist, artist, and philosopher of science, who defended and supplemented Charles Darwin's system of theories regarding the mechanisms of biological evolution. We briefly recapitulate Haeckel's remarkable career and reproduce the Laudatio read by the President of the Linnean Society of London (1 July 1908), when …
  • Natural Selection and Pangenesis: The Darwinian Synthesis of Evolution and Genetics. [Journal Article]
    Adv Genet 2018; 102:121-142Liu Y
  • Since the end of the 19th century, Lamarck's name has been tightly linked to the notion of the inheritance of acquired characters. Darwin regarded Lamarck as a great zoologist and a forerunner of evolution, and repeatedly expressed the opinion that "natural selection has been the main but not the exclusive means of modification." The original Darwinism not only includes natural selection, but als…
  • Reception of the cell theory at Gaceta Médica de México in the 19th century [Historical Article]
    Gac Med Mex 2018; 154(3):391-397Aranda-Cruzalta A
  • In the 18th century, a series of pro-independence movements took place in America against the order established by European dominant powers. This gave way to the concept of “national” and “international or foreign” affairs. In parallel, “the cell theory” emerged in the scientific world, based on the idea that living beings, both plants and animals, were constituted of anatomo-functional units, th…
  • The Impact of Food Bioactives on Health: in vitro and ex vivo models: Ussing Chamber [BOOK]
    Springer: Cham (CH)Verhoeckx K, Cotter P, … Wichers HWesterhout J, Wortelboer H, … Verhoeckx KBOOK
  • The Ussing chamber system is named after the Danish zoologist Hans Ussing, who invented the device in the 1950s to measure the short-circuit current as an indicator of net ion transport taking place across frog skin (Ussing and Zerahn, Acta Physiol Scand 23:110–127, 1951). Ussing chambers are increasingly being used to measure ion transport in native tissue, like gut mucosa, and in a monolayer of…
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