Publications in Yearbook 2017

Journal Article

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Antonio, C.; Päpke, C.; Rocha, M.; Diab, H.; Limami, A. M.; Obata, T.; Fernie, A. R.; van Dongen, J.: Regulation of Primary Metabolism in Response to Low Oxygen Availability as Revealed by Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope Redistribution. Plant Physiolog 170 (1), pp. 43 - 56 (2016)
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Arendt, D.; Musser, J. M.; Baker, C. V. H.; Bergman, A.; Cepko, C.; Erwin, D. H.; Pavlicev, M.; Schlosser, G.; Widder, S.; Laubichler, M. D. et al.; Wagner, G. P.: The origin and evolution of cell types. Nature Reviews Genetics 17, pp. 744 - 756 (2016)
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Asmussen, T.: Glück Auf! Fortuna und Risiko im frühneuzeitlichen Bergbau. FKW, Zeitschrift für Geschlechterforschung und Visuelle Kultur 60, pp. 30 - 41 (2016)
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Bangham, J.: Blood, paper, and total human genetic diversity. Limn 6, pp. 1 - 7 (2016)
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Baum, C.; Chen, E.: Peer Review-Verfahren und ihre Rahmenbedingungen. DHd: digital humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum ; working papers (2016)
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Beck, N.: The spontaneous market order and evolution. Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 58, pp. 49 - 55 (2016)
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Blum, A. S.; Joas, C.: From dressed electrons to quasiparticles: the emergence of emergent entities in quantum field theory. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 53, pp. 1 - 8 (2016)
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Blum, A. S.; Lalli, R.; Renn, J.: The renaissance of general relativity: how and why it happened. Annalen der Physik 528 (5), pp. 344 - 349 (2016)
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Brara, R.: Animal rights vs. bullfights: the horns of an Indian dilemma. Environment & Society Portal. Arcadia (2016)
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Brentjes, S.: Wilbur R. Knorr on Thābit ibn Qurra: a case-study in the historiography of premodern science. Interpretatio: Sources and Studies in the History of Sciences (2016)
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Brentjes, S.: Participant and observer narratives about medieval cross-cultural knowledge transfer: missing, single or multiple translations. Journal of Transcultural Medieval Studies 2 (2), pp. 325 - 334 (2015)
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Brownell, E.: Growing hungry: the politics of food distribution and the shifting boundaries between urban and rural in Dar es Salaam. Global Environment 9 (1), pp. 58 - 81 (2016)
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Bruyninckx, J.; Supper, A.: Sonic skills in cultural contexts: theories, practices and materialities of listening. Sound Studies 2 (1), pp. 1 - 5 (2016)
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Camprubí, L.; Johnson, T.: Deserts: the geopolitics of geology. Technosphere Magazine: Phosphorus (2016)
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Camprubí, L.: La naturaleza no existe: conservacionismos y relaciones internacionales en Doñana. Arbor 192 (781), pp. 1 - 16 (2016)
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Camprubí, L.; Robinson, S.: A gateway to ocean circulation: surveillance and sovereignty at Gibraltar. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 46 (4), pp. 429 - 459 (2016)
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Chen, S.-P.: Remapping Locust Temples of Historical China and the use of GIS (重制陳正祥之蝗神廟分佈圖與淺談 GIS 的使用). Review of Religion and Chinese Society 3 (2), pp. 149 - 163 (2016)
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Colominas Aparicio, M.; Wiegers, G. A.: The religion of the muslims of medieval and early modern Castile: interdisciplinary research and recent studies on mudejar Islam (2000-2014). Edad Media: Revista de Historia 17, pp. 97 - 108 (2016)
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Daston, L.: Cloud physiognomy. Representations 135 (1), pp. 45 - 71 (2016)
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Daston, L.: When science went modern. The Hedgehog Review 18 (3) (2016)
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