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Natural history and temporalization: reflections on Buffon's Natural history
This article presents a rereading of Buffon´s Natural History in the light of the concepts of temporal reversibility and irreversibility. The goal is to determine to what extent Buffon introduces a transformationist concept ...
Culturas das Ciências NaturaisCultures of Natural Sciences
(Programa de Pós-Graduação em Educação para a Ciência, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), Faculdade de Ciências, campus de Bauru., 2005)
4 SPECIES OF BRAZILIAN POISON FROGS RELATED TO EPIPEDOBATES-PICTUS (DENDROBATIDAE) - TAXONOMY AND NATURAL-HISTORY OBSERVATIONS
(Herpetologists League, 1994-09-01)
We present morphological and natural history data on Epipedobates pictus and three additional taxa currently regarded as synonyms of the former: Epipedobates braccatus, E. flavopictus, and E. hahneli. Topotypes of the four ...
Linking individual natural history to population outcomes in tuberculosis
(Oxford University Press, 2018)
Background. Substantial individual heterogeneity exists in the clinical manifestations and duration of active tuberculosis. We sought to link the individual-level characteristics of tuberculosis disease to observed ...
Is natural history really dead? Toward the rebirth of natural history
(SOCIEDAD BIOLOGIA CHILE, 2006-06)
In recent years natural history has been derided by some scientists as an old-fashion endeavor that does not follow the model of "hard" science and therefore should be considered "dead" and replaced by modern ecology, ...
A letter from the United States: The fox in our backyard - Science, Serendipity and Surprise
(Sociedad Médica de Santiago, 2009)
Darwin s Earthquake
(Sociedad Médica de Santiago, 2010)
Natural History Museums in Argentina, 1862–1906
(Taylor and Francis-Maney Publishing, 2016-01)
Natural history museums in Argentina during the last third of the nineteenth century have usually been regarded as pivotal institutions in the survey and exhibition of the national territory and, by extension, as disseminators ...
Is natural history really dead?: Toward the rebirth of natural history
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2006)