Currently, a leading subject of the books on Biology is the evolution of species. In difference from the standard manuals, however, this book describes a new fundamental principle of the life phenomena discovered by us: Existence of individual organisms (Yabrov, 1979; 2001). The book consists of eight Parts. Part 1. New Fundamental Principle of Biology Up till today, Evolution of species is considered being the leading fundamental principle of Biology. It describes and explains how organisms originated. This principle is being applied for explanation of all phenomena of Life. I have discovered, however, that evolution is not the sole fundamental principle describing life phenomena. Another fundamental principle is that of Existence of individual organisms (Yabrov, 1979; 2001). Part 2. A Theory of Existence of Organisms – A Theory of Life Sciences Described are the structure and the key notions of the theory. Part 3. The Process of Existence of Organisms Described is a fundamental process, which governs phenomena of Existence; and the mechanisms responsible for this process. Part 4. The New Laws of Nature - The Laws of Existence of Organisms This Part describes six new laws of Nature. The reader realizes that the laws of physics are not “the only” laws of nature. Part 5. Self-Evolution of Man Darwinian evolution ended. Man develops via self-evolution. Part 6. Man – a Different Animal Darwin’s aim was to prove origin of various organisms from a common ancestor. Therefore he emphasized that the differences of Man from other animals where primarily quantitative rather than qualitative. My aim is to reveal the principal differences of Man. Therefore this Parts gives examples of the qualitative differences. Part 7. Dynamics of Self-Evolution Dynamics of development of the species Homo sapiens is analyzed. Part 8. Consequences of the Theory of Existence of Organisms Applications of the new general theory in various areas of the scientific studies are analyzed. Among them: Life Sciences, Social Sciences, Philosophy, Medicine, and Biotechnology.
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ABOUT the AUTHOR Alexander Yabrov - physician (internal and infectious diseases) and biologist-experimenter (virology, cell biology). Degrees – PhD, D.Sc. and MD. Positions held in Russia: Senior Scientist, Head of the Interdisciplinary Research Group, Leningrad Institute of Nuclear Physics, USSR Academy of Sciences. Senior Scientist, Head of Laboratory, Leningrad Institute of Experimental Medicine, USSR Academy of Medical Sciences. In the USA: Director R&D, National Patent Development Corp. and Interferon Sciences, Inc. (ISI); Professor Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Currently - President biomedical research Company, Princeton, New Jersey. First in the USA, organized industrial production of interferon for clinical purposes. All the initial assays of the anticancer effect of interferon - approved by the FDA, were performed using the ISI preparation. Author of the Best Book of the Year 1980 in Health Area (awarded by the American Publishers Association). Major subject of studies: The concept and theory of Existence of objects and Nature. Monographs to be published: “What is the Difference between a Good Doctor and a Bad Doctor?”, “The Puzzles of Existence of Nature”, “A New Scientific View of Nature”. Websites: ayabrov.com and ayabrovprincetonbiotechnologies.com
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