Back issues of quarterly journal 'Biohistory'

We publish quarterly journal“Biohistory” since 1993.

2010 Biohistory's Annual Theme [Weave]
Vol.65 Summer-Vol.68 Spring

Vol.68 SpringPleasant tale braided both in sea and ground

Talk
The origin of human being told through fossils
Gen Suwa×Keiko Nakamura
Research
Vascular endothelial cells mature through a long journey
Yuki Sato
Research
The novel forms of plants generated by the gradual evolution of genes
Hokuto Nakayama
Scientist Library
Keeping thinking why animals continue traveling
Katsumi Tsukamoto

Vol.67 WinterThe interesting phenomena woven into the evolution

Talk
How to find the rules of living things
Takeshi Naganuma×Keiko Nakamura
Research
Archaeal tRNA evolved in combination
Kousuke Fujishima
Research
Involvement generates the sociality of insects
Toru Miura
Scientist Library
The mysterious of turning ATP synthase
Masasuke Yoshida

Vol.66 AutumnFocusing on editing

Talk
Depicting nature by using pictures and words
Riko Imahashi×Keiko Nakamura
Research
The meaning of keep rewriting of RNA for 400 million years
Kei Yura
Research
Ferns maintaining their diversity with the combination of sexual and asexual
Wataru Shinohara
Scientist Library
Establish a field to see life from death
Shigekazu Nagata

Vol.65 SummerKnitting and then unknitting

Talk
Exploring living things with chaos
Tsuda Ichiro×Keiko Nakamura
Research
The beginning of the self-assembly observed in Dictyostelium discoideum
Satoshi Sawai
Research
The bilateral symmetry produced by cells' dynamism
Yasuko Akiyama-Oda
Scientist Library
Overview and thoroughness. From molecule to cell and developmen
Katsuhiko Mikoshiba

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