Back issues of quarterly journal 'Biohistory'

We publish quarterly journal“Biohistory” since 1993.

2004 Biohistory's Annual Theme [Narrate][Narrative science]
Vol.41 Summer-Vol.44 Spring

Vol.44 Spring

Vol.44:Index

Talk
The difficulty of both the human body and genome to narrate
Tatsuo Sakai/Juntendo University School of Medicine×Keiko Nakamura
research01
Sever mass extinction- Accelerator of evolution
Yukio Isozaki/University of Tokyo
Research02
Mechanism of symbiosis- Gene network made up of plants and soil microbes
Makoto Hayashi/Osaka University
Art
Observation and expression
Naoko Kitaji
Scientist Library
Fell in love with enzymes
Arthur Kornberg/Stanford University School of Medicine

Vol.43 Winter

Vol.43:Index

Talk
The difference among living creatures", "Homo Sapience" and "humans"
Junzo Kawada/Kanagawa University×Keiko Nakamura
research01
Research of rotating molecule, ATP synthase
Hiroyuki Noji/University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science
Research02
Mechanism of appendage diversification reviewed by anatomy
Nao Niwa/RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology
Art
The four seasons deputed in Yamato-e
Naoko Kitaji
Scientist Library
All about thermophiles
Tairo Oshima/Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science,Tokyo Institute of Technology

Vol.42 Autumn

Vol.42:Index

Talk
Creating a world view
Takuo Endo/Yokohama Boat Theater×Keiko Nakamura
research01
Medaka-A model animal raised by Japan
Hiroyuki Takeda/University of Tokyo
Research02
Why do we pay attention to the spider now?
Yasuko Akiyama-Oda,Hiroki Oda/JT Biohistory Research Hall
Art
Searching for the living creatures depicted
Naoko Kitaji
Scientist Library
Genetics of behavior –Search for the new theory
Yoshiki Hotta/Research Organization of Information and Systems

Vol.41 Summer

Vol.41:Index

Talk
Cosmohistory and Biohistory Connecting understanding with values
Keiichi Kodaira/Graduate University for Advanced Studies×Keiko Nakamura
research01
The relationship between the environment and civilization and the near future told by annual laminated sediment sequence
Yoshinori Yasuda/International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Research02
The potential of the science of the wild: Inuit knowledge and modern science
Keiichi Omura/Osaka University
Scientist Library
What we learned about nature with the oribatid mite classification
Jun-ichi Aoki/Yokohama National University,Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Natural History

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