7 edition of Industrializing organisms found in the catalog.
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|Statement||edited by Philip Scranton and Susan Schrepfer.|
|Series||Hagley perspectives on business and culture ;, v. 5|
|Contributions||Scranton, Philip., Schrepfer, Susan R.|
|LC Classifications||S494.5.B563 I53 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||041594547X, 0415945488|
|LC Control Number||2003011931|
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Get this from a library. Industrializing organisms: introducing evolutionary history. [Philip Scranton; Susan R Schrepfer;] -- 'Industrializing Organisms' brings us to the threshold of the new field of evolutionary history - from the mobilization of war horses in the 19th century to today's engineered plants and manipulated.
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There is space to illustrate this convergence with only a few examples. Thus in "Creating an Industrial Plant," which deals with the biotechnology of. Winner of Pioneer America Society Fred B. Kniffen Award for best book; reviewed in the New York Times Book Review, 30 November “War Horses: Equine Technology in the Civil War, ” in Industrializing Organisms: Introducing Evolutionary History.
In Industrializing the Corn Belt, J. Anderson explains that the cost of equipment and chemicals made unprecedented demands on farm capital, and in order to maximize production, farmers planted more acres with fewer but more profitable crops or specialized in raising. Read "Review: Industrializing Organisms: Introducing Evolutionary History (Hayley Perspectives on Business and Culture, vol.
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Janet F. Davidson is Historian at the Cape Fear Museum, Wilmington, North Carolina. She is coauthor of On the Move: Transportation and the American Story. Susan R. Schrepfer "is associate professor of history at Rutgers University, New Brunswick and author of The Fight to Save the Redwoods, winner of the Forest History Society’s prize for best book in environmental, conservation, and forest history, and coeditor of Industrializing Organisms: Introducing Evolutionary History.".
His book The Slain Wood: Industrial Tree Improvement and the Power of Heredity in the Post-War United States (with Scott Prudham), in Industrializing Organisms: Introducing Evolutionary History, (edited by Philip Scranton and Susan Schrepfer, Routledge, ).
Currently, the debate in the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food sources is gaining both momentum, with more and more supporters on both sides.
However, the use of microorganisms at an industrial level is deeply rooted into today’s society. The following is a brief overview of the various microorganisms that have industrial. The result is the first film companion book that taps up-to-date expertise on the food industry from voices such as investigative journalist Eric Schlosser, best known for his exposé on the fast-food industry, and author and professor Michael Pollan, who has examined American agribusiness and the Western diet in his acclaimed books.
Industrialization, the process of converting to a socioeconomic order in which industry is dominant. Along with its technological components, the process of industrialization has entailed profound social developments, including the creation of a free market in labor, with a pivotal role for the entrepreneur.
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This book of scholarly essays explores how and why a therapeutic concept of irony can serve as a standpoint for judging the vexed character of “high tech” medicine and healthcare today. Industrializing Organisms: Introducing Evolutionary History.
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– Dr. Barbara Orland is a historian of science and technology and professor at the University of Basel in Switzerland. Based on her position at the university and the studies she specializes in, Dr. Orland seems to have the credentials to write about. Since their advent during the s, antibiotics have not only had a dramatic impact on human medicine, but also on food production.
On farms. This work builds on my prior books, but is most directly an outgrowth of my article: “Canine Technologies, Model Patients: The Historical Production of Hemophiliac Dogs in American Biomedicine,” which appeared in Industrializing Organisms: Introducing.
up a book about biotechnology involves the ethical implications of using living creatures in industry. Stephen Pemberton's essay on the breeding of hemophiliac dogs also uses the idea of industrializing organisms to address issues of using animals to produce new medical research, and his model should generate further opportunities for.
In the history of technology, this book joins the small but growing literature on the relationship between organisms and technology.
One of the seminal works in this regard was Bulliett's own The Camel and the Wheel, and recent work has brought this discussion into the industrial era (Susan Schrepfer and Philip Scranton, eds., Industrializing. Books. Links. Working Papers. Alan L.
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