10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IDIOPLASM»
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Otto Weininger: Sex, Science, and Self in Imperial Vienna
Having appropriated Steenstrup's conviction that sex was located everywhere in
the organism, Weininger anchored it in Carl Wilhelm von Nageli's late-nineteenth
-century theory of the idioplasm. One of the foremost botanists of the nineteenth ...
A Cultural History of Heredity
whereas the “idioplasm” represented the hereditary substance. According to
Nageli, the idioplasm consisted of a “modification of the albumi”40 that organized
themselves into “micelles” of a quasi-crystalline nates order—somewhat like the ...
Staffan Müller-Wille, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, 2012
... lineages from their origins in cytoplasmic Anlagen. Not long after His, Nageli
proposed the existence of an "idioplasm," later elaborated by Weismann,
consisting of nested, hierarchically organized, participate units that directed
The Edge of Objectivity: An Essay in the History of ...
Nageli's idioplasm ramifies through time like some webbed vortex. It bears all the
characteristics of the imaginary mechanism — a texture too fine and plastic to be
detectable by instruments, films through which influences pass, tensions in the ...
Charles Coulston Gillispie, 1960
He suggested that in the cell of an albuminous plasma substance, a stereoplasm,
pervades the inner volume enclosing also the genetic material, the idioplasm (p.
23). The stereoplasm and idoplasm would form micellae in which only the ...
A History of Regeneration Research: Milestones in the ...
He conceived of ontogeny here as a series of gradual, qualitative changes in the
nuclear substance — idioplasm — of the cells as the cells multiplied. The
determinants of cell character, he thought, are contained within the idioplasm,
and thus ...
Charles E. Dinsmore, 2007
The Growth of Biological Thought: Diversity, Evolution, and ...
Curiously, this is not the case; rather, his idioplasm consists of long strands which
go from cell to cell (independent of the nucleus). Each strand consists of
numerous groups of molecules (micelles), the cross-section through the strand
Dora Marsden and Early Modernism: Gender, Individualism, Science
The investigators to whom I have just referred . . . conceive of the existence of an
"Idioplasm," which is the bearer of the specific characters, and which exists in all
the cells of a multi-cellular animal, quite apart from the purposes of reproduction.
Integrating Evolution and Development: From Theory to Practice
Weismann argued that during development, which represents a differentiation of
the zygote into multiple cell types, the material composition of the dividing cells
changes; the idioplasm of the differentiating cells is therefore not identical to the ...
Roger Sansom, Robert N. Brandon, 2007
Heredity and Development: Second Edition
Nägeli's Idioplasm Theory. In 1884 Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli (1817– 1891)
suggested that a substance which he called the idioplasm was responsible for
inheritance. The idioplasm was thought to be an invisible chemical network that ...
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «IDIOPLASM»
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Don't look now: Don't Look Now is getting remade
Idioplasm safeasmilk. 29 Apr 2015 6:28. 13 14. Will the remake have it so the daughter, instead of drowning, is abducted by a gang of Venetian ... «The Guardian, Apr 15»
Freedom Regained by Julian Baggini review – the question of free will
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