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Fri Mar 21 17:13:03 2014 UTClccn-n500186020.00Professor Haldane's parting shot: Darwin or Moses? /0.651.00Hālḍēn : jīvacaritr̲aṃ /61606828J._B._S._Haldanen 5001860254042Choldėn, Dž.B.S., 1892-1964Haldane, J. B. S.Haldane, J. B. S., 1892-1964Haldane, J. B. S. (John Burdon Sanderson)Haldane, JackHaldane, John B. 1892-1964Haldane, John B. S., 1892-1964Haldane, John Bardon SandersonHaldane, John Burdon SandersonHaldane, John Burdon Sanderson, 1892-1964Haldane, John Burton SandersonHaldane, John Burton Sanderson 1892-1964Haldane-Stern, ... 1892-1964Kholdeĭn, Dzhon Bėrdon Sanderson, 1892-1964Kholden, Dzh. B. S., 1892-1964Kholden, Dzhon Berdon Sanderson, 1892-1964Sanderson Haldane, John B. 1892-1964ホールデン, J. B. Slccn-n85363628Dronamraju, Krishna R.auiedtlccn-n80007730Clark, Ronald Williamlccn-n80057245Huxley, Julian1887-1975othlccn-n79023029Engels, Friedrich1820-1895lccn-no95027680Dutt, C. P.(Clemens Palme)lccn-n79006935Marx, Karl1818-1883lccn-n79110564Maynard Smith, John1920-2004edtlccn-n83194663Appleton, Edward VictorSir1892-1965lccn-n82000490Jeans, James1877-1946lccn-nr2001017425Mellanby, EdwardSir1884-Haldane, J. B. S.(John Burdon Sanderson)1892-1964Popular worksBiographyHistoryScienceBiologyEvolution (Biology)Science--PhilosophyHaldane, J. B. S.--(John Burdon Sanderson),GeneticsHeredityScience--Social aspectsArtificial intelligence--PhilosophyPhilosophy of mindReligion and scienceEnzymesBiochemistryGreat BritainBiologistsRace relationsSocial problemsMalaria--Genetic aspectsMalariaMedicineMarx, Karl,ZoologyHuman geneticsGases, Asphyxiating and poisonous--War useEvolutionary geneticsPopulation geneticsCommunism and scienceMayr, Ernst,Philosophy, MarxistDialecticMedical geneticsHuman population geneticsChemical warfareLysenko, Trofim,ScientistsEngland--CambridgeArtificial intelligenceDialectical materialismPublic healthEpidemiologyArchaeologyStatisticsNatural historyAir raid sheltersCivil War (Spain : 1936-1939)SpainDobzhansky, Theodosius,Malaria--PreventionPhysiologySocial evolution189219641916191819211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198219831984198519861987198919901991199219931995199819992000200220042005200620072008200920112012163273041038504Q171ocn459489393ocn459651489ocn008256079ocn691520576ocn246916247122739ocn000245674book19320.59Haldane, J. B. SThe causes of evolution+-+679975641577921ocn000544969book19400.59Engels, FriedrichDialectics of nature7686ocn000438952book19680.59Haldane and modern biology7599ocn812916949file20090.50Haldane, J. B. SWhat I require from life writings on science and life from J.B.S. HaldanePopular worksA compilation of the popular scientific essays of JBS Haldane, one of the scientific giants of the 20th century. Written in the later years of his life, these works reflect his masterful ability to communicate science, his deep commitment to socialism, and his witty, idealistic, and pugnacious character+-+552287446567032ocn000978245book19540.70Haldane, J. B. SThe biochemistry of geneticsThe elements of genetics; Possible primary products of gene action; Genes controlling synthesis in fungi; Biochemical genetics of yeasts, bacteria and viruses; Biochemical genetics of higher plants and animals, including man; Extranuclear influences on biochemical activity, including training; Mutation, and the problem of gene reproduction66219ocn000560145book19300.70Haldane, J. B. SEnzymes65026ocn000033595book19380.66Haldane, J. B. SThe Marxist philosophy and the sciences58638ocn001172982book19230.73Haldane, J. B. SDaedalus; or, Science and the future; a paper read to the Heretics, Cambridge, on February 4th, 1923This book was originally delivered as a lecture by the biochemist J.B.S. Haldane in 1923, and was published as a book in 192446317ocn001398365book19470.73Haldane, J. B. SScience advances44316ocn014724138book19380.73Haldane, J. B. SHeredity and politics42914ocn011044998book19850.63Haldane, J. B. SOn being the right size and other essays42127ocn001016019book19390.70Haldane, J. B. SScience and everyday life39710ocn001398367book19330.66Haldane, J. B. SScience and human life39610ocn000581279book19280.63Haldane, J. B. SPossible worlds and other papers38618ocn000378220book19250.76Haldane, J. B. SCallinicus; a defence of chemical warfare37721ocn001599008book19270.70Haldane, J. B. SAnimal biology37518ocn001454106book19470.70Haldane, J. B. SWhat is life?3546ocn001171300book19360.76Scientific progressHistory29611ocn001726958book19410.79Haldane, J. B. SNew paths in geneticsThe science of genetics. Genetics and biochemistry. Genetics and development. The genetics of some human abnormalities. The formal genetics of man28711ocn000525667book19350.66Lunn, ArnoldScience and the supernatural+-+31769611257045ocn000436913book19680.37Clark, RonaldJBS: the life and work of J. B. S. Haldane3629ocn000038017book19680.53Clark, RonaldJ.B.S.: the life and work of J.B.S. HaldaneBiographyRonald Clark's biography reveals the private life of J.B.S. Haldane - trail-blazing geneticist and physiologist, popularizer of science, and dedicated Marxist2597ocn592450878book20110.76Dronamraju, Krishna RHaldane, Mayr, and beanbag geneticsHistoryHaldane, Mayr, and Beanbag Genetics presents a summary of the classic exchange between two great biologists - J.B.S. Haldane and Ernst Mayr - regarding the value of the contributions of the mathematical school represented by J.B.S. Haldane, R.A. Fisher and S. Wright to the theory of evolution. Their pioneering contributions from 1918 to the 1960s dominated and shaped the field of population genetics, unique in the annals of science. In 1959, Mayr questioned what he regarded as the beanbag genetic approach of these pioneers to evolutionary theory, "an input or output of genes, as the addin+-+69823804651743ocn014099250book19850.88Dronamraju, Krishna RHaldane : the life and work of J.B.S. Haldane with special reference to IndiaBiography1392ocn028800704book19930.92Majumder, Partha PHuman population genetics : a centennial tribute to J.B.S. HaldaneConference proceedings1252ocn022628838book19900.88Haldane, J. B. SSelected genetic papers of J.B.S. Haldane1062ocn003654648book19490.79Langdon-Davies, JohnRussia puts the clock back; a study of Soviet science and some British scientists182ocn017489646book19760.94Felʹdman, G. ĖDzhon Bėrdon Sanderson Kholdeĭn, 1892-196461ocn031039378book19681.00Gopinathan, KrishnapillaiHālḍēn : jīvacaritr̲aṃ31ocn150878679book19470.73Haldane, J. B. SScience advances31ocn035592203book19400.92Phillips, PeterProf. J.B.S. HaldaneHistoryBiography21ocn038277358book19931.00J.B.S. Haldane commemoration volume, 199321ocn493180023book20060.76Dronamraju, Krishna RMalaria genetic and evolutionary aspectsThis book is an edited collection of papers by leading experts on the population genetics and evolutionary biology of malaria, a disease which results in three million deaths each year in the world. "Malaria Hypothesis" refers to the hypothesis, which was proposed by J.B.S. Haldane at the 8th International Congress of Genetics in Stockholm in 1948, that the identical geographic distribution of both falciparum malaria and thalassemia in the mediterranean region suggests that the heterozygous individuals for thalassemia (or microcythemia as it was called then) might have greater resist+-+294737238511ocn314496287book1957Haldane, J. B. SProfessor Haldane's parting shot: Darwin or Moses?11ocn122578683mixLewontin, Richard CThis represents a portion of Lewontin's correspondence files (mainly A-L), and included are copies of papers, all of which will be added to in the future. The topics discussed in the letters are numerous, including much on contemporary scientific controversies such as race, Darwin, evolution, intelligence, and biological determinism11ocn264959515book19980.35Casti, J. LThe Cambridge quintet : a work of scientific speculationFictionHaldane; and Alan Turing, the mathematician/codebreaker who formulated the computing scheme that foreshadowed the logical structure of all modern computers. Capturing not only their unique personalities but also their particular stands on this fascinating issue, Casti dramatically shows what each of these great men might have argued about artificial intelligence, had they actually gathered for dinner that midsummer evening+-+280356498532411ocn049272711book19990.47Harman, Oren SolomonThe western reaction to the Lysenko affairHistory11ocn122584163mixStern, Curt11ocn779798855art1971Edwards, J. HHaldane and Cambridge genetics (1900-1950)11ocn759716278art19790.10Haldane, John Burdon Sanderson 72Periodicals+-+6799756415+-+6799756415Fri Mar 21 16:02:43 EDT 2014batch33980