Back issues of quarterly journal 'Biohistory'

We publish quarterly journal“Biohistory” since 1993.

2007 Biohistory's Annual Theme [Poiesis]
Vol.53 Summer-Vol.56 Spring

Vol.56 SpringGeneration of the information

Talk
Listening to the connection of life from the vibration of musical sound
Mamoru Fujieda×Keiko Nakamura
research01
The genome as a place where genes 'spend their lives'
Junichi Obokata
Research02
Horizontal transfer of the genes which supports the biodiversity
Mitsuhiro Itaya
Scientist Library
From development to evolution -Time of living creatures through the study of sea squirt
Noriyuki Sato

Vol.55 WinterFormation of the brain

Talk
Study of humans from brain self-formation
Tsutomu Nakada×Keiko Nakamura
research01
Construction site of cellular society in the light of neuron generation
Takaki Miyata
Research02
Flexibility of the brain which changes from birth
Mataga Nobuko,Takao Hensch
Scientist Library
Sheding light on black box of biological clock
Takao Kondo

Vol.54 AutumnCreation also results in poiesis

Vol.54:Index

Talk
A space that living beings can inhabit is created
Toyo Ito ×Keiko Nakamura
research01
Discovering the principles by which form is created
Atsushi Mochizuki/National Institute for Basic Biology
Research02
A sensor that functions like the nose at the pole of the coliform bacillus
Ikuro Kawagishi/Hosei University
Scientist Library
From chromosome research to life inheritance science
Mitsuhiro Yanagida/Kyoto University

Vol.53 SummerCreation also results in poiesis

Vol.53:Index

Talk
Theory and observation illuminate the genesis of the universe
Katsuhiko Sato/University of Tokyo×Keiko Nakamura
research01
Toward bioplanetary science.-Considering life from the origin of planets.
Shigeru Ida/Tokyo Institute of Technology
Research02
The adaptability of living creatures as seen in the process of symbiotic genesis
Tetsuya Yomo /Osaka University
Scientist Library
Making discoveries by introducing new methodologies
Shigetada Nakanishi/Osaka Bioscience Institute

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