Back issues of quarterly journal 'Biohistory'

We publish quarterly journal“Biohistory” since 1993.

2006 Biohistory's Annual Theme [Interrelate]
Vol.49 Summer-Vol.52 Spring

Vol.52 SpringThe connection between all living creatures

Vol.52:Index

Talk
An ageless worker with information and a function
Yoshikazu Nakamura/University of Tokyo×Keiko Nakamura
research01
A backstage look at becoming multicellular using cellular slime molds
Hideko Urushihara /University of Tsukuba
Research02
Lions as a symbol of other
Kazuyoshi Sugawara /Kyoto University
Scientist Library
Looking at plants, asking plants
Hiroh Shibaoka/Osaka University

Vol.51 WinterHoping for expansion and interaction

Vol.51:Index

Talk
21st century culture created by small town people
Kenichiro Ohara/Ohara Museum Of Art×Keiko Nakamura
research01
The cell walls of Trebouxiophyceae generate a diversity of cellular division
Maki Yamamoto / Senshu University ,Shigeyuki Kawano/University of Tokyo
Research02
The new culture created by changes in the land
Seiichiro Tsuji/University of Tokyo
Scientist Library
From a cell to an individual organism
Masatoshi Takeichi /RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology

Vol.50 AutumnThought for biohistry

Vol.50:Index

Talk
Creating the Biohistory Journal in an effort to combine knowledge and beauty
Tokindo Okada×Keiko Nakamura
research01
Using the butterfly’s sense of taste to delve into speciation
Katsuhisa Ozaki/JT Biohistory Research Hall
Research02
Does the symbiotic relationship between insects and plants differ by area?Chikei So/JT Biohistory Research Hall
Research03
The wing’s cell arrangement pattern
Akihiro Yoshida/JT Biohistory Research Hall
Research04
Where is the notochord of vertebrates in the spider?
Hiroki Oda/JT Biohistory Research Hall
Research05
Non-differentiation and cell multiplication determines brain formation
Chikara Hashimoto/JT Biohistory Research Hall
Research06
The Biohistory Journal Stairway
Sector of Science Communication and Production
Special
On the future of the Biohistory Journal
Motoya Katsuki/National Institute for Basic Biology×Toru Nishigaki/University of Tokyo×Keiko Nakamura

Vol.49 SummerLiving creatures exist in interrelationships

Vol.49:Index

Talk
Searching for interrelationships with sound -The whole body senses sound
Tsutomu Ohashi×Keiko Nakamura
research01
The phenotypic plasticity of the Ezo salamander
Masami Wakahara/Hokkaido University
Research02
Searching for the origin of words from the song of the hylobatidae
Nobuo Masataka/Kyoto University
Scientist Library
Seeking the source of the characteristics of living creatures in physics
Fumio Osawa/Nagoya University,Osaka University

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