Ulrich Krohs

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  • Ulrich Krohs
  • Studies in history and philosophy of biological…
  • 2015
Philosophers of biology disagree about an adequate explication of the concept of function. Instead of perpetuating the debate on the level of in principle-arguments, this paper aims first at reconstructing functional talk in the biological research papers of Marom and Braun, which focus on two different kinds of evolving networks, and in discussing the(More)
  • Ulrich Krohs
  • Studies in history and philosophy of biological…
  • 2012
Systems biology aims at explaining life processes by means of detailed models of molecular networks, mainly on the whole-cell scale. The whole cell perspective distinguishes the new field of systems biology from earlier approaches within molecular cell biology. The shift was made possible by the high throughput methods that were developed for gathering(More)
Kais Al Naimee Igor Aleksander Tracy Alloway Jean Marie Annoni Alessandro Antonietti Tito Arecchi Alarik Arenander Marios Avraamides Christian Balkenius Guido Band Lawrence Barsalou Andreas Bartels Canan Basar-Eroglu Demis Basso Christian Werner Becker-Asano Jens F. Beckmann Anna Belardinelli Jason Bell Guglielmo Bellelli Sieghard Beller Eshel BenJacob Jose(More)
Are we in the midst of a paradigm change in biology and have animals and plants lost their individuality, i.e., are even so-called ‘typical’ organisms no longer organisms in their own right? Is the study of the holobiont—host plus its symbiotic microorganisms—no longer optional, but rather an obligatory path that must be taken for a comprehensive(More)
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