Theoretische Biologie

@article{Needham1933TheoretischeB,
  title={Theoretische Biologie},
  author={J. Needham},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1933},
  volume={132},
  pages={986-987}
}
RECOGNISING it as something new in biological literature, biologists everywhere will warmly welcome Dr. Bertalanffy's new book on theoretical biology. For unlike most writers in this field, he is not content to bring forward a heterogeneous mass of purely biological facts which call for, but do not receive, any satisfactory explanation from ‘pre-Copernican’ biology; on the contrary, he realises that whatever else may be needed, all that the methods of physics and chemistry can tell us about the… Expand
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