Anthropogenie; oder, Entwickelungsgeschichte des menschen. Keimes- und stammesgeschichte, von Ernst Haeckel. Mit 20 tafeln, 440 holzschnitten und 52 genetischen tabellen.

  title={Anthropogenie; oder, Entwickelungsgeschichte des menschen. Keimes- und stammesgeschichte, von Ernst Haeckel. Mit 20 tafeln, 440 holzschnitten und 52 genetischen tabellen.},
  author={Ernst Haeckel}
Haeckel's ABC of evolution and development
Haeckel's work is re‐examine and he is seen as the father of a sequence‐based phylogenetic embryology, and his embryo drawings are important as phylogenetic hypotheses, teaching aids, and evidence for evolution.
Principles and applications of optogenetics in developmental biology
The most commonly used optogenetic tools, their application in developmental biology and in the nascent field of synthetic morphogenesis are described.
Palaeospondylus as a primitive hagfish
The first comparative morphological analysis of hagfish embryos and Palaeospondylus is reported, and a hitherto overlooked resemblance in the chondrocranial elements of these animals is reported; i.e., congruence in the arrangement of the nasal capsule, neurocranium and mandibular arch-derived velar bar.
Charles Darwin, Paleoanthropology, and the Modern Synthesis
The present chapter focuses the role that paleoanthropology played in Charles Darwin’s views of evolution and in the formation of the synthetic theory or modern synthesis and brings into the focus some methodological issues and the shift of paleo anthropology from mere narrative to a theory-guided science.
A cascade of metabolic and protein folding gene loss at the base of Metazoa
It is proposed that loss of branched chain biosynthetic genes in the holozoan radiation represents an initial pattern of loss that "foreshadows" the wholesale loss of metabolic genesIn the stem-metazoan lineage, and that key components of metabolic pathways may have required specialized chaperone-mediated folding.
Developmental and evolutionary significance of the mandibular arch and prechordal/premandibular cranium in vertebrates: revising the heterotopy scenario of gnathostome jaw evolution
It is proposed that the mandibular arch ectomesenchyme in gnathostomes can be defined as a Dlx1‐positive domain, and that the polar cartilages, which develop from the DlX1‐negative premandibular ectomechyme, would represent merely posterior parts of the trabeculae.
Evolution of vertebrate mechanosensory hair cells and inner ears: toward identifying stimuli that select mutation driven altered morphologies
It is suggested that the canal system evolved with a more sophisticated ear morphogenesis, turning the initial otocyst into a complex set of canals and recesses, harboring multiple sensory epithelia each adapted to the acquisition of a specific aspect of a given physical stimulus.
Sexuality and psychoanalytic aggrandisement: Freud’s 1908 theory of cultural history
  • P. Cotti
  • Psychology
    History of psychiatry
  • 2011
Sigmund Freud presented neuroses as the consequence of a restrictive state of cultural development and its ‘civilized morality’ and found the inspiration for this idea by expanding upon previous formulations in this area by his predecessors.
Evolutionary developmental perspective for the origin of turtles: the folding theory for the shell based on the developmental nature of the carapacial ridge
The turtle body plan can be explained with knowledge of vertebrate anatomy and developmental biology, consistent with the evolutionary origin of the turtle suggested by the recently discovered fossil species, Odontochelys.
On some historical and theoretical foundations of the concept of chordates
The concept of chordates arose from the alliance between embryology and evolution in the second half of the nineteenth century, as a result of a theoretical elaboration on Kowalevsky’s discoveries