1. Bowland and Morus - The New Biology
Bowler and Iwan Rhys Morus claim that a "new biology" came into existence in the second half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and in fact, the word "biology" itself was not commonly used until this time. ... As previously mentioned, the science of anatomy also played a role in the development of the "new biology." ... One of the final important developments in the birth of the new biology was the institutionalizing of the new science. ... But the new biology took the science much deeper into to the organisms themselves. ... It would be safe to state that...
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- Grade Level: Undergraduate