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  • The Ark and Beyond by Ben A. Minteer
    The Ark and Beyond (English, Paperback)

    A state-of-the art analysis of conservation as practiced by zoos and aquariums worldwide today.

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  • Whose View of Life? by Jane Maienschein
    Whose View of Life? (English, Paperback)

    Saving lives versus taking lives: These are the stark terms in which the public regards human embryo research-a battleground of extremes, a war between science and ethics. Such a simplistic dichotomy, encouraged by vociferous opponents of abortion and proponents of medical research, is precisely what Maienschein seeks to counter with this book.

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  • Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology: Form and Function in Developmental Evolution by Manfred D. Laubichler
    Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology: Form and Function in Developmental Evolution (English, Paperback)

    This book represents an effort to understand very old questions about biological form, function, and the relationships between them. The collected essays reflect the diversity of approaches in evolutionary developmental biology (Evo Devo), and raise questions about the future shape of Evo Devo as it matures as a field.

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  • Embryos under the Microscope by Jane Maienschein
    Embryos under the Microscope (English, Hardback)

    Jane Maienschein examines how understanding of embryos evolved from the speculations of natural philosophers to bioengineering, with its life-enhancing therapies. She shows that research on embryos has always seemed promising to some but frightening to others, and makes the case that public understanding must be informed by scientific findings.

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  • From Embryology to Evo-Devo by Manfred D. Laubichler
    From Embryology to Evo-Devo (English, Paperback)

    Historians, philosophers, sociologists, and biologists explore the history of the idea that embryological development and evolution are linked.

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  • Why Study Biology by the Sea? by Karl S Matlin
    Why Study Biology by the Sea? (English, Paperback)

    For almost a century and a half, biologists have gone to the seashore to study life. The oceans contain rich biodiversity, and organisms at the intersection of sea and shore provide a plentiful sampling for research into a variety of questions at the laboratory bench: How does life develop and how does it function? How are organisms that look different related, and what role does the environment...

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  • Why Study Biology by the Sea? by Karl S Matlin
    Why Study Biology by the Sea? (English, Hardback)

    For almost a century and a half, biologists have gone to the seashore to study life. The oceans contain rich biodiversity, and organisms at the intersection of sea and shore provide a plentiful sampling for research into a variety of questions at the laboratory bench: How does life develop and how does it function? How are organisms that look different related, and what role does the environment...

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