martes, 25 de octubre de 2016

7 REFERENCIAS BIBLIOGRAFICAS DE GENÉTICA CLÁSICA



Allen, G. E. (1968). Thomas Hunt Morgan and the problem of natural selection. Journal of the History of Biology, 1(1), 113–139.
Allen, G. E. (1975). The introduction of Drosophila into the study of heredity and evolution: 1900-1910. Isis, 66(3), 322–333.
Allen, G. E. (1985). Thomas Hunt Morgan: Materialism and experimentalism in the development of modern genetics. Trends in Genetics, 1, 186–190.
Barnett, J. A., & Robinow, C. F. (2002). A history of research on yeasts 4: cytology part I, 1890–1950. Yeast, 19(2), 151–182.
Bateson, W., Saunders, E. R., & Punnett, R. C. (1904). Experimental studies in the physiology of heredity. Molecular and General Genetics MGG, 2(1), 17–19.
Bernal, J. D. (1953). Science and industry in the nineteenth century. Taylor & Francis.
Brooks, D. R. (2011). The extended synthesis: something old, something new. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 4(1), 3–7.
Cahoone, L. (2013). Physicalism, the Natural Sciences, and Naturalism. Philo, 16(2), 130–144.
Carlile, M., Watkinson, S., & Gooday, G. (2001). The fungi (2nd ed.). San Diego: Academic Press.
Carroll, S. B. (2008). Evo-devo and an expanding evolutionary synthesis: a genetic theory of morphological evolution. Cell, 134(1), 25–36.
Cherif, A. H., Roze, M., & Movahedzadeh, F. (n.d.). The Winding Road to Discovering the Link between Genetic Material and DNA.
Chevallard, Y. (1985). La transposition didactique. Grenoble: La pensée sauvage.
Chevallard, Y., & Perrenoud, P. (1998). La transposition didactique à partir de pratiques: des savoirs aux compétences. Revue Des Sciences de L’éducation, 24(3), 487–514.
Chippindale, A. K., & Rice, W. R. (2001). Y chromosome polymorphism is a strong determinant of male fitness in Drosophila melanogaster. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 98(10), 5677–5682.
Churchill, F. B. (1970). Hertwig, Weismann, and the meaning of reduction division circa 1890. Isis, 61(4), 429–457.
Churchill, F. B. (1974). William Johannsen and the genotype concept. Journal of the History of Biology, 7(1), 5–30.
Cremer, T., & Cremer, C. (1988). Centennial of Wilhelm Waldeyer’s introduction of the term “chromosome” in 1888. Cytogenetic and Genome Research, 48(2), 66–67.
Crosland, M. (1977). History of science in a national context. The British Journal for the History of Science, 10(02), 95–113.
Crow, E. W., & Crow, J. F. (2002). 100 years ago: Walter Sutton and the chromosome theory of heredity. Genetics, 160(1), 1–4.
Darden, L. (1985). Hugo de Vries’s lecture plates and the discovery of segregation. Annals of Science, 42(3), 233–242.
Dobzhansky, T. (1959). Variation and evolution. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 103(2), 252–263.
Donis-Keller, H., Green, P., Helms, C., Cartinhour, S., Weiffenbach, B., Stephens, K., … Lander, E. S. (1987). A genetic linkage map of the human genome. Cell, 51(2), 319–337.
Edwards, A. W. F. (2008). GH Hardy (1908) and Hardy–Weinberg Equilibrium. Genetics, 179(3), 1143–1150.
Einstein, A. (1905). The photoelectric effect. Ann. Phys, 17(132), 4.
Fairbanks, D. J., & Rytting, B. (2001). Mendelian controversies: a botanical and historical review. American Journal of Botany, 88(5), 737–752.
Glass, B., & Kistler, J. C. (1953). Distal hyperextensibility of the thumbs. Human Heredity, 4(2-3), 192–206.
Gould, R. (2011). Variability: One statistician’s view. Department of Statistics, UCLA.
Gould, S. J. (1982). Darwinism and the expansion of evolutionary theory. Science, 216(4544), 380–387.
Hamilton, W. D., Axelrod, R., & Tanese, R. (1990). Sexual reproduction as an adaptation to resist parasites (a review). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 87(9), 3566–3573.
Hamoir, G. (2003). The discovery of meiosis by E. Van Beneden, a breakthrough in the morphological phase of heredity. International Journal of Developmental Biology, 36(1), 9–15.
Harris, H., & Joseph, J. (1949). Variation in extension of the metacarpo-phalangeal and interphalangeal joints of the thumb. Bone & Joint Journal, 31(4), 547–559.
Harwood, J. (2000). The rediscovery of Mendelism in agricultural context: Erich von Tschermak as plant-breeder. Comptes Rendus de l’Académie Des Sciences-Series III-Sciences de La Vie, 323(12), 1061–1067.
Johnston, T. D. (1995). The influence of Weismann’s germ‐plasm theory on the distinction between learned and innate behavior. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 31(2), 115–128.
Karp, G. C. (2013). Cell and Molecular Biology, Concepts and Experiments (7th ed.). USA: Wiley Online Library.
Klug, W. S., Cummings, M. R., Spencer, C. A., & Palladino, M. A. (2009). Concepts of Genetics (9th ed.). USA: Pearson.
Klug, W. S., Cummings, M. R., Spencer, C. A., & Palladino, M. A. (2012). Concepts of Genetics (10th ed.). USA: Pearson.
Kohler, R. E. (1994). Lords of the fly: Drosophila genetics and the experimental life. University of Chicago Press.
Kuhn, T. S. (1970). The structure of scientific revolutions, 2nd. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Pr.
Kutschera, U., & Niklas, K. J. (2004). The modern theory of biological evolution: an expanded synthesis. Naturwissenschaften, 91(6), 255–276.
Lobo, I., & Shaw, K. (2008). Thomas Hunt Morgan, genetic recombination, and gene mapping. Nature Education, 1(1), 205.
Löwy, I. (1994). On hybridizations, networks and new disciplines: The Pasteur Institute and the development of microbiology in France. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 25(5), 655–688.
Mayr, E. (1982). The growth of biological thought: Diversity, evolution, and inheritance. Harvard University Press.
Mayr, E. (1985). Weismann and evolution. Journal of the History of Biology, 18(3), 295–329.
McDonald, J. H. (2011). Myths of Human Genetics. Baltimore: Sparky House.
McKusick, V. A. (1960). Walter S. Sutton and the physical basis of Mendelism. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 34, 487.
Meijer, O. G. (1985). Hugo de vries no mendelian? Annals of Science, 42(3), 189–232.
Mendel, G. (1866). Versuche über Pflanzenhybriden. Verhandlungen Des Naturforschenden Vereines in Brunn 4: 3, 44.
Mendel, G. (1996). Experiments in plant hybridization (1865). Verhandlungen Des Naturforschenden Vereins Brünn.) Available Online: Www. Mendelweb. org/Mendel. Html (accessed on 1 January 2013).
Monaghan, F. V, & Corcos, A. F. (1987). Tschermak: a non-discoverer of Mendelism II. A critique. Journal of Heredity, 78(3), 208–210.
Monaghan, F. V, & Corcos, A. F. (1990). The real objective of Mendel’s paper. Biology and Philosophy, 5(3), 267–292.
Moore, R. (2001). The “rediscovery” of Mendel’s work. Bioscene, 27(2), 13–24.
Morgan, T. H. (1915). The mechanism of Mendelian heredity. Holt.
Morgan, T. H. (1916). A Critique of the Theory of Evolution. Princeton University Press.
Morgan, T. H. (1919a). The genetic and the operative evidence relating to secondary sexual characters. Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Morgan, T. H. (1919b). The physical basis of heredity. JB Lippincott.
Morgan, T. H., Sturtevant, A. H., Muller, H. J., & Bridges, C. B. (1972). The Mechanism of Mendelian Heredity (1915). New York.
Niklas, K. J. (1997). The evolutionary biology of plants. University of Chicago Press.
Olby, R. (1979). Mendel no mendelian? History of Science, 17(1), 53–72.
Olesko, K. M. (2006). The Century of Science. A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Europe, 1789-1914, 333–344.
Onaga, L. (2010). Toyama Kametaro and Vernon Kellogg: Silkworm Inheritance Experiments in Japan, Siam, and the United States, 1900–1912. Journal of the History of Biology, 43(2), 215–264.
Pflanze, O. (2014). Bismarck and the Development of Germany, Volume II: The Period of Consolidation, 1871-1880 (Vol. 2). Princeton University Press.
Pickstone, J. V. (1973). Globules and coagula: Concepts of tissue formation in the early nineteenth century. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 28(4), 336–356.
Pierce, B. A. (2008). Genetics, a Conceptual Aproach (3rd ed.). USA: Freeman.
Pigliucci, M. (2009). An extended synthesis for evolutionary biology. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1168(1), 218–228.
Plackett, R. L. (1983). Karl Pearson and the chi-squared test. International Statistical Review/Revue Internationale de Statistique, 59–72.
Rheinberger, H.-J. (1995). When did Carl Correns read Gregor Mendel’s paper? A research note. Isis, 86(4), 612–616.
Rheinberger, H.-J. (2000). Mendelian inheritance in Germany between 1900 and 1910. The case of Carl Correns (1864–1933). Comptes Rendus de l’Académie Des Sciences-Series III-Sciences de La Vie, 323(12), 1089–1096.
Rice, W. R., & Chippindale, A. K. (2001). Intersexual ontogenetic conflict. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 14(5), 685–693.
Rice, W. R., & Chippindale, A. K. (2001). Sexual recombination and the power of natural selection. Science, 294(5542), 555–559.
Sarkar, S. (2004). Evolutionary theory in the 1920s: the nature of the “synthesis.” Philosophy of Science, 71(5), 1215–1226.
Stearns, F. W. (2010). One hundred years of pleiotropy: a retrospective. Genetics, 186(3), 767–773.
Stubbe, H. (1972). History of genetics: from prehistoric times to the rediscovery of Mendel’s laws.
Sturtevant, A. H. (1965). AHistory of Genetics. Harper&Row, NewYork.
Sutton, W. S. (1903). The chromosomes in heredity. The Biological Bulletin, 4(5), 231–250.
Van Melsen, A. G. (2004). From atomos to atom: The history of the concept atom. Courier Dover Publications.
Winther, R. G. (2001). August Weismann on germ-plasm variation. Journal of the History of Biology, 34(3), 517–555.
Zacharias, H. (2001). Key word: chromosome. Chromosome Research, 9(5), 345–355.

Genética clásica // Principal // Siguiente

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario