Exploring Life Sciences
Exploring Life Sciences is an accessible, visually compelling source for the science curriculum. This book is the journey of past experiences of life sciences as well as today's wide range of exciting new scientific discoveries. It covers all major areas of life science and various scientific disciplines and theories. This book has been written in clear and understandable language which help the readers to grasp the foundational concept of modern life sciences. This book is benefical for students, learners, teachers, scholars and for all those teaching and researching on life sciences.
Dr. Archana Shukla
Archana Shukla has completed her B.Tech in Biotechnology from Rai University, Raipur and M.Sc. in Biotechnology from Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore. She has authored several popular books on Life Sciences. She is the leading editor and co-author of various journals and books. Her areas of interest are molecular, cellular and functional basis of therapy.
Preface V 1. Life Science: An Introduction -- Pg. 1 2. Development of the Historiography of Science -- Pg. 21 3. History of Science and the Philosophy of Science -- Pg. 41 4. Beginning Era of Science and Technology -- Pg. 55 5. Language, Discourse and Science -- Pg. 61 6. Marxism and the History of Science -- Pg. 75 7. Rise of Paleontology -- Pg. 87 8.Darwin and His Experiments -- Pg. 97 9. Embryology and Biochemistry in the Darwinian Generation -- Pg. 115 10. Genetic Engineering and its Evolution -- Pg. 131 11. Chemical Revolution -- Pg. 139 12. Cell Theory and its Development -- Pg. 155 13. Models of Scientific Theories -- Pg. 173 14. Reductionism, Antireductionism and Supervenience -- Pg. 187 15. Constructivist Challenges in Science -- Pg. 213 16. Foundations of Mathematics and its Founders -- Pg. 241 Bibliography -- Pg. 257 Index -- Pg. 261