A Theory That Any Organism Is a Single Chemical Molecule - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483229096, 9781483281278

A Theory That Any Organism Is a Single Chemical Molecule

1st Edition

Put Forward as the Key to the Problem of the Causation of Neoplasms

Authors: T. L. Cleave
eBook ISBN: 9781483281278
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 1st January 1941
Page Count: 24
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A Theory that any Organism is a Single Chemical Molecule focuses on the reactions, transformations, properties, technologies, and approaches involved in the study of molecules.

The book first underscores the reasons in saying that a multicellular organism is in reality fundamentally unicellular. The text then elaborates on the molecular conception of organisms, including unicellular plant organism, multicellular plant organism, and a unicellular animal organism and a multicellular animal organism. The publication also highlights the molecular conception of neoplasms. The manuscript also takes a look at the explanation of other activities in an organism by the molecular theory. Discussions focus on embryonic development, animal heart, movement, pleasure and pain, and mind.
The publication is a reliable source of data for readers interested in the structure and composition of organisms.

Table of Contents

Introduction Part I: Reasons for Believing That a Multicellular Organism is, through Protoplasmic Continuity between Its Cells, in Reality Fundamentally Unicellular Part II: The Molecular Conception of Organisms A Unicellular Plant Organism A Multicellular Plant Organism A Unicellular Animal Organism and a Multicellular Animal Organism Part III: The Molecular Conception of Neoplasms Part IV: Explanation of Other Activities in an Organism by the Molecular Theory

1. Embryonic Development 2. Animal Heat 3. Movement 4. Pleasure and Pain 5. Mind



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