Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Epigenesis and Preformationism" by Jane Maienschein

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  • Aristotle, 1979, Generation of Animals, translated by A. L. Peck, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. (Scholar)
  • Bowler, Peter 1971, “Preformation and Pre-existence in the Seventeenth Century: A Brief Analysis,” Journal of the History of Biology, 43: 221-244. (Scholar)
  • Bowler, P., 1975, “The Changing Meaning of ‘Evolution,” Journal of the History of Ideas, 36: 95-114. (Scholar)
  • Briggs Robert and T.J. King, 1952, “Transplantation of Living Nuclei from Blastula Cells into Enucleated Frog's Eggs,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 38: 455-463. (Scholar)
  • Churchill, Frederick B., 1966, Wilhelm Roux and a program for embryology, Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. (Scholar)
  • Churchill, Frederick B., 1973, “Chabry, Roux, and the experimental method in nineteenth century embryology,” in: R. Giere and R. S. Westfall, editors, Foundations of the Scientific Method: the Nineteenth Century, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 161-205. (Scholar)
  • Darwin, Charles, 1859, On the Origin of Species, any first edition, Chapter 13. (Scholar)
  • Driesch, Hans, 1892, “Entwicklungsmechanische Studien I. Der Werth der beiden ersten Furchungszellen in der Echinodermentwicklung. Experimentelle Erzeugen von Theil- und Doppelbildung,” Zeitschrift für wissenschafliche Zoologie, 53: 160-178. Translated in Willier and Oppenheimer, pp. 38-50. (Scholar)
  • Farley, John, 1977, The Spontaneous Generation Controversy From Descartes to Oparin, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. (Scholar)
  • Fry, Iris, 2000, The Emergence of Life on Earth. A Historical and Scientific Overview, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. (Scholar)
  • Gearhart, J.D., 1998, “New Potential for Human Embryonic Germ Cells,” Science, 282: 1061-1062. (Scholar)
  • Gurdon J.B. and Alan Colman, 1999, “The Future of Cloning,” Nature, 402: 743-746. (Scholar)
  • Haeckel, Ernst, 1867, Generelle Morphologie der Organsimen, Berlin: George Reimer. (Scholar)
  • Hertwig, Oscar, 1900, The Biological Problem of Today, translated by P. Chalmers Mitchell, Oceanside, New Jersey: Dabor Scientific Publications, 1977; original translation 1900). Originally: Zeit- und Streitfragen der Biologie. Vol 1. Präformation oder Epigenese? Grundzüge einer Entwicklungstheorie der Organismen (Jena: Gustav Fisher, 1894). Volume 2 responded to Roux: Mechanik und Biologie Kritische Bemerkungen zu den entwickelungsmechanischen Naturgesetz von Roux. (Scholar)
  • Judson, Horace Freeland, 1979, The Eighth Day of Creation, New York: Simon and Schuster. (Scholar)
  • Lennox, James, ed, 2001, Aristotle: on the Parts of Animals I-IV, Oxford: Clarendon Press. (Scholar)
  • Maienschein, Jane, 1991, “T.H. Morgan's Regeneration, Epigenesis, and (W)holism,” in Charles Dinsmore, editor, History of Regeneration Research, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 133-149. (Scholar)
  • Maienschein, Jane, 2000, “Competing Epistemologies and Developmental Biology,” in Richard Creath and Jane Maienschein, editors, Biology and Epistemology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Maienschein, Jane, 2003, Whose View of Life. Embryos, Cloning, and Stem Cells, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. (Scholar)
  • McLaren, Anne, 2000, “Cloning: Pathways to a Pluripotent Future,” Science, 288: 1775-1780. (Scholar)
  • Morgan, Thomas Hunt, 1901, “Regeneration in the Egg, Embryo, and Adult,” American Naturalist, 35: 949-973. (Scholar)
  • Morgan, Thomas Hunt, letter to his friend Ross Harrison in 1908 that embryology was his field, Harrison Papers, Yale University Archives. (Scholar)
  • Morgan, Thomas Hunt, 1910a, “Chromosomes and Heredity,” American Naturalist, 64: 449-496. (Scholar)
  • Morgan, Thomas Hunt, 1910b, “Sex Limited Inheritance in Drosophila,” Science, 32: 120-122. (Scholar)
  • Olby, Robert, 1974, The Path to the Double Helix: The Discovery of DNA, Seattle: University of Washington Press. (Scholar)
  • Oppenheimer, Jane M., 1967, Essays in the History of Embryology and Biology, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. (Scholar)
  • Oyama, Susan, 2000, The Ontogeny of Information: Developmental Systems and Evoluiton, Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2nd edition. (Scholar)
  • Pinto-Correia, Clara, 1997, The Ovary of Eve: Egg and Sperm and Preformation, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (Scholar)
  • Robert, Jason Scott, 2004, Embryology, Epigenesis, and Evolution: Taking Development Seriously, New York: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Roe, Shirley, 1981, Matter, Life, and Generation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Roux, Wilhelm, 1888, “Beiträge zur Entwickelungsmechanik des Embryo. Über die künstliche Hervorbringung halber Embryonen durch Zerstörung einer der beiden ersten Furchungskugeln, sowie über die Nachentwickelung (Postgeneration) der fehlenden Körperhälfte,” Virchows Archiv, 114: 113-153. Translated in Benjamin William and Jane M. Oppenheimer, editors, Foundations of Experimental Embryology (New York: Hafner, 1964), pp. 2-37. (Scholar)
  • Shamblott, M.J., et al., 1998, “Derivation of Pluripotent Stem Cells from Cultured Human Primordia Germ Cells,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 95: 13726-13731. (Scholar)
  • Thomson, James, et al., 1998, “Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Derived from Human Blastocysts,” Science, 282: 1145-1147. (Scholar)
  • Waddington, C.H., 1942, "The epigenotype" Endeavour, 1: 18–20. (Scholar)
  • Weismann, August, 1893, The Germ Plasm, translated by W. Newton Parker and Harriet Rönnfeldt, New York: Charles Scribners. (Scholar)
  • Wheeler, William Morton, 1899, “Caspar Friedrich Wolff and the Theoria Generationis,” Biological Lectures of the Marine Biological Laboratory, 1898: 265-284. (Scholar)
  • Wilmut, I, K. Campbell, and C. Tudge, 2000, The Second Creation: The Age of Biological Control by the Scientists Who Cloned Dolly, London: Headline Press. (Scholar)
  • Vinci, Tom and Jason Scott Robert, 2005, “Aristotle and Modern Genetics,” Journal of the History of Ideas, 66: 201-221. (Scholar)

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