Urbanization, Place of Experiment And How the Electric Fish Was Caught by Emil Du Bois-Reymond

@article{Dierig2000UrbanizationPO,
  title={Urbanization, Place of Experiment And How the Electric Fish Was Caught by Emil Du Bois-Reymond},
  author={Sven Dierig},
  journal={Journal of the History of the Neurosciences},
  year={2000},
  volume={9},
  pages={13 - 5}
}
  • S. Dierig
  • Published 1 April 2000
  • History
  • Journal of the History of the Neurosciences
Laboratories, along with the researchers, organisms, instruments, and experiments associated with these places of investigation, are not isolated from the world beyond their physical and institutional boundaries. Both laboratories and the cities in which they are embedded are subject to change, as was most dramatically apparent in their dynamic and far-reaching transformation during the industrial revolution of the nineteenth century. Using the example of Berlin and the institutionalization of… 
The experiments of Ramón M. Termeyer SJ on the electric eel in the River Plate region (c. 1760) and other early accounts of Electrophorus electricus.
This paper focuses on Ramon M. Termeyer SJ (1737–1814?), a naturalist who experimented with the electric eel in the River Plate region during the 1760s. After going through an enumeration of the
Before There Were Standards: The Role of Test Animals in the Production of Empirical Generality in Physiology
  • C. Logan
  • Biology
    Journal of the history of biology
  • 2002
TLDR
Examination of the contents of two prominentphysiology journals between 1885 and 1900, reveals that scientists used a diverse array oforganisms in empirical research.
How Electric Fish Became Sources of Acetylcholine Receptor
  • J. Keesey
  • Biology
    Journal of the history of the neurosciences
  • 2005
The purpose of this communication is to describe the historical steps by which fish electric organs were eventually determined to be modified motor endplates and therefore a plentiful source of
Chapter 11: on the use of animal experimentation in the history of neurology.
The Neuroscience of Helmholtz and the Theories of Johannes Müller Part 1: Nerve Cell Structure, Vitalism, and the Nerve Impulse
TLDR
It is revealed how Johannes Müller, considered by many to be the greatest physiologist of the first half of the nineteenth century, helped to launch and shape Helmholtz's career and was only willing to accept some of his mentor's theories.
Mind Over Matter?
We cannot turn back. In the past ten years, scholarly articles, symposia, and special issues of major journals, have all celebrated history’s rediscovery of space and place.2 At its 2006 conference,
Structure activity relationship of synaptic and junctional neurotransmission

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 15 REFERENCES
Science in action : How to follow scientists and engineers through society
Acknowledgements Introduction Opening Pandora's Black Box PART I FROM WEARER TO STRONGER RHETORIC Chapter I Literature Part A: Controversies Part B: When controversies flare up the literature becomes
The old martyr of science: The frog in experimental physiology
  • F. Holmes
  • Art, Medicine
    Journal of the history of biology
  • 1993
Regard sur le parcours historique de la grenouille en tant que modele animal dans l'etude de la physiologie generale des vertebres.En effet, c'est depuis la moitie du 17eme siecle que cet animal
Die elektrischen Organe
Die wunderbare Fahigkeit der Zitterfische, elektrische Schlage zu erteilen, ist schon seit alter Zeit bekannt. Dieselben bedienen sich dieses Mittels als Schutz und Waffe gegen die Angriffe anderer
[Laudatio ranae exploratae].
Beobachtungen und Versuche am südamerikanischen Zitteraale (Gymnotus electricus)
  • Briefen an du Bois-Reymond. Archiv für Anatomie und Physiologie (Physiologische Abteilung)
Geschichte der Königlichen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Berlin
  • Verlag der Buchhandlung des Waisenhauses, Halle,
  • 1910
Über lebend nach Berlin gelangte Zitterwelse aus Westafrika
  • Du BoisReymond E (1912),
  • 1912
...
...