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Biology 13.2

Biology- Natural History and Scientific Investigation 13.2

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What was modern science built on? Biblical principles
_____ ______, a Protestant pastor and schoolmaster who lived in Strasbourg, wrote Herbarum Vivae Eiocones for the use of physicians and apothecaries, who used plants for medical purposes. Otto Brunfels
Who taught at the Protestant university in Tübingen in southwestern Germany, wrote THE NATURAL HISTORY OF PLANTS where he accurately illustrated and described about 500 medicinal plants. Leonhard Fuchs
Swiss naturalist ____ _____ was probably the best-educated naturalist of his day. He served as a professor of natural history and medicine at the Protestant university in Zurich, Switzerland, where the Swiss Reformation had begun in 1518. Konrad Gesner
Who was the person who presented to the world his book on the structure of the human body? He was a devout Roman Catholic from Brussels, studied the work of Galen, who was considered by most scientist as being without error. Andreas Vesalius
Vesalius wrote a book about his observations called THE STRUCTURE OF THE HUMAN BODY, usually called ________. FABRICA
"the Father of Anatomy" Andreas Vesalius
The study of the function of body structures is the field of __________. Physiology
Who is the English physician and a great physiologist, was known for his classic work on the circulation of blood through the body. William Harvey
The idea that the universe consist of nothing but matter and energy and has no spiritual or supernatural aspects. materialism
Who is the Puritan clergyman led in the formation of Philosophical College which met regularly in London to conduct experiments and discuss scientific theories. John Wilkinds
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