- Title Pages
OneWhy Have Biologists Studied at the Seashore? The Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory
TwoMarine Biology Studies at Naples: The Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn
ThreeThe First Marine Biological Station in Modern China: Amoy University and Amphioxus
FourThe Misaki Marine Biological Station’s Dual Roles for Zoology and Fisheries, 1880s–1930s
FiveIlluminating Animal Behavior: The Impact of Laboratory Structure on Tropism Research at Marine Stations
SixThe Scientific Fishery: Sampling, Dissecting, and Drawing in the Gulf of Naples
SevenA Dual Mission: Research and Education as Critical Factors for the Scientific Integrity of the Marine Biological Laboratory
EightFrancis O. Schmitt: At the Intersection of Neuroscience and Squid
NineMicroscopes and Moving Molecules: The Discovery of Kinesin at the Marine Biological Laboratory
TenUsing Repertoires to Explore Changing Practices in Recent Coral Research
ElevenWhy Study Sex by the Sea? Marine Organisms and the Problems of Fertilization and Cell Cleavage
TwelveHagfish and Vascular Biology: Why the Marine Model Matters
- Epilogue: The Future of Biological Research Will Be Found in the Oceans
- Why Study Biology by the Sea?
- Karl S. Matlin, Jane Maienschein, Rachel A. Ankeny
- University of Chicago Press
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