Driesch


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Driesch

(German driːʃ)
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(Biography) Hans Adolf Eduard (hans ˈaːdɔlf ˈɛdʊɑːd). 1867–1941, German zoologist and embryologist
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Para las medidas de las piezas oseas se utilizo lo descrito por Von Den Driesch (1976).
Hans Drieschs late nineteenth-century vitalism was explicitly a corrective to Darwin's "apotheosis of chance," as reviewer Francis Sumner names the object of Drieschs critique (Sumner 1916: 105); Driesch insisted that immaterial spirit directed evolution.
Hans Driesch (1867-1941), a former student of Weismann and Haeckel, carried out in 1891 a series of experiments with sea urchin eggs that seemed to contradict the results and conclusions reached by Roux in 1888.
Adolf Eduard Driesch (1867-1941), habia una "conformidad" con un plan (Planmafiigkeit), es decir, "definitivos planes de organizacion" (endgultiger Organisationplan) funcionales de la naturaleza realizados permanentemente mediante una "regulacion fisiologica" (physiologische Regulation).
Schule (Boessneck 1969; Kalb 1969a, 1969b, 1973; Driesch 1972; Botella y Souich 1975; Botella 1976; Bubner 1977; Ulreich 1980, 1981.
Muller, Pfeil, and von den Driesch (97) conducted a study to evaluate the combined effect of Valerian and St John's Wort in the treatment of depression and anxiety.
Likewise, Hans Driesch, whose view of "the organism as a whole, rather than...
Bones were measured according to guidelines presented by von den Driesch (1976), except for medial edge of acetabulum where Vretemark's (1997) guidelines were used.