Back issues of quarterly journal 'Biohistory'

We publish quarterly journal“Biohistory” since 1993.

2005 Biohistory's Annual Theme [Observe]
Vol.45 Summer-Vol.48 Spring

Vol.48 SpringStop movement; observe movement

Vol.48:Index

Talk
An examination from the leaves-The abundant creation of forms understood from a general sense of strangeness
Hirokazu Tsukaya/University of Tokyo×Keiko Nakamura
research01
The intelligence of plants as understood from the protein involving in photosynthesis
Genji Kurisu/University of Tokyo
Research02
Astrocytes, supporting adaptable brain function
Mitsuhiro Morita/Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences
Art
Mandala : Viewing as a whole
Naoko Kitaji
Scientist Library
Neural circuits by trial and error
Hajime Fujisawa/Nagoya University

Vol.47 WinterEyes that observe and not just see

Vol.47:Index

Talk
The joys of observing nature and history
Terunobu Fujimori×Keiko Nakamura
research01
Changes in the form of the molecules that support the creation of form
Hiroki Oda/JT Biohistory Research Hall
Research02
The ecological system of Iriomote Island from the perspective of the wild cat
Masako Izawa/University of the Ryukyus
Art
Observe: Through the eyes of an anthropomorphized character
Naoko Kitaji
Scientist Library
Biophysics, which connects evolution to the form of proteins
Michiko Go/Nagahama Institute of Bio-Science and Technology

Vol.46 AutumnStop movement; observe movement

Vol.46:Index

Talk
From the microscopic aspects of anatomy to the overall body
Nobutaka Hirokawa/University of Tokyo×Keiko Nakamura
research01
The meaning of the existence of predators in the natural world
Takayoshi Nishida/Kyoto University
Research02
Chromatin supports cell memory
Susumu Hirose/National Institute of Genetics
Art
Iji Dozu: Observing movement
Naoko Kitaji
Scientist Library
The form of living creatures as seen from the manner of DNA multiplication
Hiroshi Yoshikawa/JT Biohistory Research Hall, Osaka University

Vol.45 SummerFrom an awareness of time and watching to observing Seeking a new form of observation

Vol.45:Index

Talk
Using observation for hand-drawn illustrations and photography that seeks rediscovery
Chihiro Minato/Tama Art University×Keiko Nakamura
research01
Aiming for a new world-The evidence of evolution within you
Masataka Okabe/Jikei University School of Medicine
Research02
Understanding the site of autophagy-The reason cells eat themselves
Noboru Mizushima/Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science
Art
A scroll - Viewing time
Naoko Kitaji
Scientist Library
Field science in the 21st century
Takeru Akazawa/Kochi University of Technology

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