Evolution by association : a history of symbiosis /

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Author / Creator:Sapp, Jan.
Imprint:New York : Oxford University Press, 1994.
Description:xvii, 255 p. ; 24 cm.
Subject:Symbiosis -- Research -- History.
Symbiogenesis -- Research -- History.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/1755306
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ISBN:0195088212 (paper : acid-free paper)
0195088204 (cloth : acid-free paper)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-248) and index.
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505 0 0 |g 1.  |t Symbiosis: Evolution in Action.  |t The Origins of the Word.  |t Making Associations --  |g 2.  |t The Meanings of Mutualism.  |t The Political Context of Mutualism.  |t The Plover and the Crocodile.  |t Protesting the Gladiator's Show.  |t Symbiosis as Mutualism.  |t Organicism, Symbiosis, and the Division of Labor.  |t Symbiosis as Parasitism.  |t The Synthesis of New Individuals --  |g 3.  |t Socially Constructing the Individual.  |t Cell Theory Is Social Theory.  |t The Cell as a Collective.  |t Nucleocentricism --  |g 4.  |t Symbiogenesis in Russia.  |t The Experimental Ideal.  |t Merezhkovskii Claims Priority.  |t Mycoplasm and Amoeboplasm.  |t Refuge in Geneva.  |t The Sacred Fire of the Lighthouse --  |g 5.  |t Engendering Genesis Stories.  |t Feminine Nature.  |t Convoluta.  |t Problems with Protista.  |t Organisms without Cells.  |t A Midsummer-Night's Fantasy?  |t Missing Mitochondria --  |g 6.  |t Les Symbiotes and Germ Theory.  |t Neo-Lamarckism, Infection, and Immunity.  |t The Prince and the Pauper.  |t Challenging the Doctrine of Asepsis.  |t Symbiotes and Vitamins.  |t The Rhetoric of Les Symbiotes.  |t Mitochondria Are Bacteria.  |t Cultivating Mitochondria.  |t The Physiological Role of Symbiotes --  |g 7.  |t The Pasteurization of Les Symbiotes.  |t Making a Revolution - Winning the Election.  |t A Showdown with the Pasteurians.  |t Protests and Priority.  |t Critiques from Lyon.  |t "Wrong on Every Point"?  |t Les Mythes des Symbiotes.  |t Bacteriophage and "Microlichen"  |t "The Thankless Task of Precursor" --  |g 8.  |t Les Symbiotes Revisited.  |t Rediscovery in the United States.  |t Translation and Transformation.  |t Local Debates in a Global Context.  |t Theory Mongering in the United States.  |t The Inheritance of Acquired Characteristics.  |t A Failed Revolution.  |t Falling in the Cracks --  |g 9.  |t Verbal Phantoms.  |t A Committee on Terminology.  |t Problems in Cost-Benefit Accounting.  |t Hostile Symbiosis.  |t Conflict in Cooperative Ecology.  |t Evolution in the Study of Symbiosis?  |t The Organism as Functional Field.  |t One Germ Plasm - One Organism --  |g 10.  |t Organisms and the Edge of Disciplines.  |t Plasmagenes, Viruses, and Viroids.  |t Inherited Symbionts: Bad Pennies.  |t Changing Concepts of Heredity.  |t Lysogeny, Symbiosis, and Technoevolution.  |t The Plasmid: A Discursive Ploy.  |t The Unbound Organism.  |t "Switching" Metaphors --  |g 11.  |t Molecular Reconstruction.  |t Poor Cousins.  |t The Genetics of Symbiosis.  |t Eukaryote Origins: The Space Race.  |t The Argument from Dr. Pangloss.  |t Serial Endosymbiosis Theory --  |g 12.  |t The Dull Edge of Ockham's Razor.  |t The Argument for Simplicity.  |t Together They Stand; Divided They Fall.  |t A Revival of Special Creation?  |t Are Origin Stories Scientific?  |t Closing the Controversy --  |g 13.  |t Is Nature Motherly?  |t The Human Nature of Origin Stories.  |t Back to Gaia.  |t Mother Nature, Antiscience and Myth.  |t Tit for Tat.  |t Delimiting Symbiosis. 
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