Lectures in Theoretical Biology: The Second [Pehme köide]

  • Formaat: Paperback, 257 p.
  • Ilmumisaeg: 1993
  • Kirjastus: Estonian Academy of Sciences
  • ISBN-10: 9985500008
  • ISBN-13: 9789985500002
Lectures in Theoretical Biology: The Second
  • Formaat: Paperback, 257 p.
  • Ilmumisaeg: 1993
  • Kirjastus: Estonian Academy of Sciences
  • ISBN-10: 9985500008
  • ISBN-13: 9789985500002
The international volume by well-known German, Russian, Finnish, Estonian, American, Austrian and AUstralian scientists on the basic questions of the theory of living systems, including the principles of the semiotic approach to biology.
  • . Kull, T. Tiivel - Renewal of theoretical biology (7-9)
  • PRINCIPLES: Erkki Haukioja - What is the basic question in biology? (13-25)
  • Karl Y.H. Lagerspetz - Bridge principles in biology: reduction and construction in the study of biological systems (26-32)
  • Alexander Levich - Towards a dynamic theory (on the centenary of E. Bauer) (33-51)
  • Kalevi Kull - Semiotic paradigm in theoretical biology (52-62)
  • EVOLUTION: Toomas Tiivel - Is life monophyletic? (65-84)
  • Werner Schwemmler - Search for a unified theory of evolution: the contribution from symbiosis studies (85-104)
  • Petter Portin - A dialectical approach to the levels of selection (105-109)
  • Tõnu Möls - Statistical estimation of molecular phylogenetic trees (110-121)
  • Toomas Tammaru - Wilhelm Petersen as a biologist-theoretician (122-127)
  • ECOLOGY: Grenville Hugh Walter - The concept of interaction in ecological theory (131-148)
  • Thure von Uexküll - Ökologie im Licht der Lehre Jakob von Uexküll's (149-152)
  • Martin Zobel - Theories concerning the coexistence of plant species (153-168)
  • ORGANISMS: Wolfgang Friedrich Gutmann - Organismic machines: the hydraulic principle and the evolution of living constructions (171-187)
  • Jay E. Mittenthal, Lev V. Beloussov - A biomechanical model for gastrulation of Xenopus laevis (189-201)
  • Lev V. Beloussov - Experimental evidence for the "hyperrestoration rule" and some standard morphomechanical situations (202-216)
  • CULTURE: Sergei V. Chebanov - Biology and humanitarian culture: the problem of interpretation in bio-hermeneutics and in the hermeneutics of biology (219-248)
  • Arnold Keyserling - Return of the philosophy of nature (249-251)