Axial Character Seriation in Mammals: An Historical and Morphological Exploration of the Origin, Development, Use, and Current Collapse of the Homology Paradigm

Filler, Aaron G.

Editorial: Brown Walker Press, 2007
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Very good paperback. Signed by author, inscribed to Dr. Greg Laden, formerly professor of Anthropology at University of Minnesota. Spine is uncreased, binding tight and sturdy; text also very good. Shelfwear is very minor. NOT an ex-library copy, NO remainder mark, NOT a book club. Ships from Dinkytown in Minneapolis, Minnesota. N° de ref. de la librería

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Sinopsis: Modern biology is increasingly focused on the role of repetitive anatomical structures in the embryological construction of organisms. The discovery of the homeobox (Hox) genes by Edward Lewis in 1978 ushered in a series of stunning revelations such as the fundamental commonality of insect segments and mammalian vertebrae - a wild and ridiculed idea first proposed by Etienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire in 1822 that has now been proven correct. Axial Character Seriation in Mammals is an unabridged edition of the 1986 Harvard University PhD Thesis of Aaron G. Filler, MD, PhD that pioneered our modern reassessment of mammalian vertebrae in the light of the new homeotic biology. As Dr. Filler points out in fascinating detail, the leading explanations of similarity among animals before Darwin were arrayed around the vertebrae of the spine in works by Sir Richard Owen, Johann Wolfgang Goethe and Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire. This was the theoretical structure that was overturned and demolished by Darwin's ideas about similarity due to common descent. In a stunning reversal, modern homeotic genetics has shown that repeating structures are indeed critical to understanding animal similarity. This work is the first study of the modern era that views vertebrae as a key to unlocking the way in which Nature has organized repeating biological structures. For the 150 years since the Great Academy Debate of 1830 appeared to demolish Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire's ideas, vertebrae have been seen as no more than some bones in Vertebrate animals that are involved in support and locomotion. Axial Character Seriation in Mammals, however, explores the fascinating traces of how the morphogenetic genes sculpt and organize serially repeating structures, thus re-establishing the vertebrae as a legitimate and compelling subject of modern science.

About the Author: Aaron Filler is one of the world's leading experts in nerve and spinal diagnostics and surgery. A Medical Director at the Cedars Sinai Institute for Spinal Disorders, he pioneered the field of MR nerve imaging or MR Neurography and advanced MRI guided surgery. He has numerous patents and publications in a variety of medical and biological fields. He is the author of Do You Really Need Back Surgery from Oxford University Press.

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Título: Axial Character Seriation in Mammals: An ...
Editorial: Brown Walker Press
Año de publicación: 2007
Encuadernación: Paperback
Condición del libro: Very Good

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