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Fri Mar 21 17:13:44 2014 UTClccn-n790832590.06Antoni van Leeuwenhoek : first to see microscopic life /0.490.95Letter from G. Bidloo to Antony van Leeuwenhoek. About the animals which are sometimes found in the liver of sheep and other beasts71426018Antonie_van_Leeuwenhoekn 79083259315775Leeuwen, Anthony Van, 1632-1723LeeuwenhoeckLeeuwenhoeck, Antoni vanLeeuwenhoeck, Antonius, 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, Anthoni van, 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, Anthony van, 1632-1723.Leeuwenhoek, Anton van 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanLeeuwenhoek, Antoni van, 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, Antonie van 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, Antonius a.Leeuwenhoek, Antonius a, 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, Antonius van 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, Antony vanLeeuwenhoek, Antony van, 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, Antoon Van, 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, M. (Antoni van), 1632-1723Leeuwenhoek, Thonius Philips van, 1632-1723Leeuwenhoock, Antoni 1632-1723Leewenhoek, Antoni van, 1632-1723LeuwenhoeckLeuwenhoeck, AntoineLeuwenhoeck Antoine van 1632-1723Leuwenhoek, Antony van, 1632-1723Van Leeuwenhoeck, AntoniVan Leeuwenhoek Anthony 1632-1723Van Leeuwenhoek, Antoni, 1632-1723Van Leeuwenhoek Antony 1632-1723Van Leuwenhoeck, AntoineVan Leuwenhoeck Antoine 1632-1723レーベンフック, アントニー ファンlccn-nr00007243Dobell, Clifford1886-1949trledtlccn-n83131061Ford, Brian J.lccn-n50011527Swammerdam, Jan1637-1680lccn-n81085256Yount, Lisalccn-n79021042Lobel, Arnoldilllccn-n79062726Kumin, Maxine1925-2014lccn-n78093442Schierbeek, Abraham1887-1974auiedtlccn-n85826153Rooseboom, Marialccn-n86105261Gest, Howardlccn-n85215154Graaf, Reinier de1641-1673Leeuwenhoek, Antoni van1632-1723BiographyHistoryRecords and correspondenceJuvenile worksBibliographyLeeuwenhoek, Antoni van,NetherlandsMicroscopesBiologistsProtozoaBacteriaNatural historyMicrobiologyMicroscopyReproduction--ResearchArt and scienceVermeer, Johannes,PhysiologySwammerdam, Jan,BacteriologyAnimalculesEcologyNaturalistsBiologyBlood--CirculationRoyal Society (Great Britain)Liver flukesManuscripts, DutchOldenburg, Henry,ParasitesScienceBacteriologistsHartsoeker, Nicolas,Newton, Isaac,Bidloo, Govard,Great BritainProtozoologyHistologyDentistryMedicineDiscoveries in scienceZoologistsPhysicsBiologists--Biography16321723163216731674167716781679168216831684168516861687168816891690169116931694169516961697169816991700170117021703170417071708170917131715171717181719172117221723172617281730173217341736173717381740174117421745175617581766178517981799180018071816182318431844185018751876188518991907192119221923192519301931193219331935193719381939194019411943194419481949195219541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196619671968197019711972197319761977197919801982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961998199920012002200320042005200620082009201020112014111927081289925.9QH31.L55ocn798546055ocn798405595ocn846566345ocn798413730ocn798438235ocn798593134ocn798438647ocn798337679ocn798592775ocn798406307ocn312553600ocn632328196ocn798339001Biologists180240ocn000552384book19320.50Dobell, CliffordAntony van Leeuwenhoek and his "Little animals" : being some account of the father of protozoology and bacteriology and his multifarious discoveries in these disciplinesHistoryBiographyBibliographyLeeuwenhoek, Antoni van21619ocn003089238com17980.84Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanThe select works of Antony van Leeuwenhoek : containing his microscopical discoveries in many of the works of nature20745ocn008244491book16950.84Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanArcana naturae detectaRecords and correspondence13111ocn008374263book16970.93Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanAntonii van Leeuwenhoek Continuatio arcanorum naturae detectorum qua continetur quicquid hactenus ab auctore lingua vernacula editum, & in linguam latinam transfusum non fuit1187ocn642540785file18000.73Bidloo, GovardOf an animalcule or small living creature which is sometimes found in the livers of Sheep and other beasts1164ocn642167045file17980.56Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanThe select works of Antony Van Leeuwenhoek, containing his microscopical discoveries in many of the works of nature. Translated from the Dutch and Latin editions published by the author, by Samuel Hoole. Part the First9313ocn008875257book17980.92Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanThe select works of Antony van Leeuwenhoek : containing his microscopical discoveries in many of the works of nature927ocn008384146book17190.95Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanAntonii à Leeuwenhoek Opera omnia, seu, Arcana naturæ ope exactissimorum microscopiorum detecta, experimentis variis comprobata, epistolis, ad varios illustres viros : ut et ad integram quæ Londini floret, sapientem Societatem, cujus membrum est, datis, comprehensa, & quatuor tomis distincta796ocn008595088book16730.95Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanA specimen of some observations made by a microscope782ocn003190813book19370.94Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanThe Leeuwenhoek letter, a photographic copy of the letter of the 9th of October, 1676, sent by Antony van Leeuwenhoek to Henry Oldenburg, secretary of the Royal society of LondonHistory787ocn000497739book19620.94Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanOn the circulation of the blood. Latin text of his 65th letter to the Royal Society, Sept. 7th, 1688. Facsimile with an introd7515ocn009269567book16860.92Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanOntledingen en ontdekkingen van levende dierkens in de teel-deelen van verscheyde dieren, vogelen en visschen : van het hout met der selver menigvuldige vaaten : van hair, vlees, en vis : als mede van de groote menigte der dierkens in de excrementen721ocn014188618book19660.08Ralston, Alma PayneDiscoverer of the unseen world : a biography of Antoni van LeeuwenhoekJuvenile worksBiography7120ocn005245070book16890.79Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanContinuatio epistolarum : datarum ad longe celeberrimam regiam societatem Londinensem6116ocn058573117book19390.28Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanThe collected letters of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek : a complete edition of the works of Van Leeuwenhoek, annotated and considered in the perspective of the history of science and medicine, with special reference to general and biological microscopy4414ocn014189160book16970.84Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanContinuatio arcanorum naturae detectorum, qua continetur quicquid hactenus ab auctore lingua vernacula editum, & in linguam Latinam transfusum non fuit424ocn022225279book17300.86Hartsoeker, NicolasCours de physique : accompagné de plusieurs pièces concernant la physique qui ont déja paru et d'un extrait critique des lettres de m. Leeuwenhoek3910ocn014187412book17190.79Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanEpistolae ad Societatem Regiam Anglicam ... seu Continuatio mirandorum arcanorum naturae detectorum396ocn014187413book17190.79Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanEpistolae physiologicae super compluribus naturae arcanis383ocn014187750book19620.88Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanAntoni van Leeuwenhoek. On the circulation of the blood; Latin text of his 65th letter to the Royal Society (Sept. 7th, 1688)History7904ocn034323518book19960.06Yount, LisaAntoni van Leeuwenhoek : first to see microscopic lifeHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the cloth merchant-turned-scientist who made many discoveries examining microsopic life+-+65315494357643ocn010605331book19680.06Kumin, MaxineThe microscopeHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyRelates in rhyme the famous Dutch scientist's penchant for viewing things with a microscope, through which he made remarkable observations7072ocn010998821book19850.35Ford, Brian JSingle lens : the story of the simple microscopeHistoryBiographyMikroskop / Geschichte4835ocn001005168book19550.39Schierbeek, AbrahamMeasuring the invisible world; the life and works of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, FRS4821ocn015662212book19870.32Gest, HowardThe world of microbes4391ocn062430832book20060.28Cobb, MatthewGeneration : the seventeenth-century scientists who unraveled the secrets of sex, life, and growthHistory"Generation is the story of the exciting, all but forgotten decade when four men - Jan Swammerdam, the son of a Protestant apothecary; Nils Stensen (also known as Steno), a Danish anatomist who first discovered the human tear duct; Reinier de Graaf, the attractive and brilliant son of a rich and successful Catholic architect; and Antoni Leeuwenhoek, a self-taught draper - dared to challenge thousands of years of orthodox thinking about where life comes from. By meticulous experimentation, dissection, and observation with the newly invented microscope, they showed that like breeds like, that all animals come from an egg, and that there are millions of tiny, wriggling "eels" in semen. At last, the building blocks were in place - although, in one of the great ironies of science, it would be another 150 years before someone finally put all the pieces together to explain how babies are born." "Including previously untranslated documents, Generation interweaves the personal stories of these scientists against the backdrop of the Dutch "Golden Age.""--BOOK JACKET+-+91856414063881ocn050844147book20030.73Huerta, Robert DGiants of Delft : Johannes Vermeer and the natural philosophers : the parallel search for knowledge during the age of discoveryHistory"In this interdisciplinary study drawing on the history of art and the history of science, Robert D. Huerta explores the conceptual intersections in the work of the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer and the microscopist Antony van Leeuwenhoek, within the broader relationships between painting and science during the seventeenth century." "In a widely researched and deeply considered book, Huerta argues that Vermeer's use of the camera obscura and other instrumental adjuncts parallels van Leeuwenhoek's pursuit of the "optical way," and embodies a profound philosophical connection between these investigators. Analyzing Vermeer's work, Huerta shows that the artist's choices were the result of his personal response to contemporary scientific discoveries, and the work of men such as van Leeuwenhoek, Christiaan Huygens, and Galileo Galilei. Furthermore, Huerta compares Vermeer's program of informed observation to the methods used by van Leeuwenhoek and other scientists to accumulate and analyze instrument-mediated knowledge. This approach enabled Vermeer to confront the same issues as natural philosophers regarding the interpretation of unfamiliar images presented by instrumental systems."--BOOK JACKET+-+53800238353173ocn033357871book19960.76Ruestow, Edward GThe microscope in the Dutch Republic : the shaping of discoveryHistoryEmphasizing the work of Jan Swammerdam and Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, The Microscope in the Dutch Republic dissects the social, cultural, and emotional circumstances that shaped early microscopic discovery. Arguing that the aspects of seventeeth-century Dutch culture widely assumed to have favored the lens actually impeded its serious use, Ruestow focuses on social contexts and on Swammerdam and Leeuwenhoek's social sensibilities as the key source of their commitment to the new instrument. He also analyzes how they drew upon their cultural background to vest microscopic images with meaning, though with strikingly different emphases. Having underscored how their influential contributions to the debates over generation also illustrated the problematic role of early microscopic observations, Ruestow concludes with reflections on the eighteenth-century decline and the nineteenth-century resurgence of microscopic research and the impact of institutionalization+-+63252967051593ocn028029489book19910.84Ford, Brian JThe Leeuwenhoek legacyHistoryBiography1424ocn010710716book0.93Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanAlle de brieven van Antoni van Leeuwenhoek. Uitgegeven, geïllustreerd en van aanteekeningen voorzien door een commissie van nederlandsche geleerdenRecords and correspondence+-+15096017541153ocn708330863book19940.86Boutibonnes, PhilippeAntoni Van Leeuwenhoek, 1632-1723 l'exercice du regardHistoryBiography1112ocn009892184book19820.84Berkel, Klaas vanAntoni van Leeuwenhoek 1632-1723 : studies on the life and work of the Delft scientist commemorating the 350th anniversary of his birthdayHistoryBiographyMikroskop / Geschichte1081ocn001411389book19660.08Ralston, Alma PayneDiscoverer of the unseen world : a biography of Antoni van LeeuwenhoekJuvenile worksBiography963ocn000495672book19720.95Bidloo, GovardLetter from G. Bidloo to Antony van Leeuwenhoek. About the animals which are sometimes found in the liver of sheep and other beastsRecords and correspondenceBidloo, G. / Brief / Leeuwenhoek, A. van802ocn014189159book16950.84Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanArcana naturae detectaRecords and correspondence716ocn014187742book19320.50Dobell, CliffordAntony van Leeuwenhoek and his "Little animals" : being some account of the father of protozoology and bacteriology and his multifarious discoveries in these disciplinesHistoryBiographyBibliographyCollected, translated, and edited, from his printed works, unpublished manuscripts, and contemporary records. This edition is an unabridged republication of the work first published in 1932391ocn000238638book19700.07Ralston, Alma PayneThe cleere observer: a biography of Antoni van LeeuwenhoekJuvenile works392ocn014188651book19660.92Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanContinuatio Arcanorum naturae detectorum, qua continetur quicquid hactenus ab auctore lingua vernacula editum [et] in linguam Latinam transfusum non fuit. Delphis Batavorum, Kroonevelt, 1697362ocn014188648book19660.92Leeuwenhoek, Antoni vanArcana naturae detecta. Delphis Batavorum, Krooneveld, 1695292ocn012020135book0.70Schierbeek, AbrahamAntoni van Leeuwenhoek; zijn leven en zijn werkenBiography+-+6531549435Fri Mar 21 15:46:31 EDT 2014batch44346