Essays and Theses
By Ingo Brigandt
Homology is a central concept of comparative and evolutionary biology, referring to the presence of the same bodily parts (e.g., morphological structures) in different species.Created 2011-11-23. Modified 4 years ago.
By Karen Wellner, Lijing Jiang
To Lynn M. Morgan, the Mary E. Woolley Professor of Anthropology at Mt. Holyoke College, nothing says life more than a dead embryo.Created 2012-06-22. Modified 4 years ago.
By Valerie Racine
In 1830, a dispute erupted in the halls of lÕAcad mie des Sciences in Paris between the two most prominent anatomists of the nineteenth century. Georges Cuvier and tienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, once friends and colleagues at the Paris Museum, became arch rivals after this historical episode.Created 2013-10-07. Modified 4 years ago.