Albrecht Bethe's contribution to crustacean neuroscience: hundred years ago and today

Albrecht Bethe's contribution to crustacean neuroscience: hundred years ago and today NOTES AND NEWS ALBRECHT BETHE’S CONTRIBUTION TO CRUSTACEAN NEUROSCIENCE: HUNDRED YEARS AGO AND TODAY BY ZHANNA SHURANOVA 1,3 ) and YURI BURMISTROV 2 ) 1 ) Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Butlerova 5a, Moscow 117485, Russia 2 ) Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Bol’shoj Karetnyj 19, Moscow 127994, Russia “ Es war von Anfang an mein Plan, das Nervensystem eines Thieres, das in anatomischer und physiologischer Beziehung genügende Differenzirung zeigt, ohne dazu complicirt zu sein . . . anatomisch und physiologisch zu bearbeiten, in der Hoffnung, wenigstens einen Theil der physiologischen Vorgänge auf Grund der gewonnenen anatomischen Basis erklären zu können. ” A. B ETHE , 1897: 462 Abbreviations. — CNS, central nervous system; COC, circumoesophageal connective; IN, interneuron; LGA, lateral giant axon; MGA, medial giant axon; SOG, suboesophageal ganglion. INTRODUCTION Albrecht Bethe was a prominent German anatomo-physiologist by the end of the 19 th and in the first half of the 20 th century. Only a few publications about him are available (Thauer, 1955; Florey, 1985, 1990). Curiously, any attempt to search for references to him via Internet ends with the remark: “A. Bethe, German physiologist and father of Hans Albrecht Bethe, the Nobel Prize http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Crustaceana Brill

Albrecht Bethe's contribution to crustacean neuroscience: hundred years ago and today

Crustaceana, Volume 79 (1): 99 – Jan 1, 2006

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NOTES AND NEWS ALBRECHT BETHE’S CONTRIBUTION TO CRUSTACEAN NEUROSCIENCE: HUNDRED YEARS AGO AND TODAY BY ZHANNA SHURANOVA 1,3 ) and YURI BURMISTROV 2 ) 1 ) Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Butlerova 5a, Moscow 117485, Russia 2 ) Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Bol’shoj Karetnyj 19, Moscow 127994, Russia “ Es war von Anfang an mein Plan, das Nervensystem eines Thieres, das in anatomischer und physiologischer Beziehung genügende Differenzirung zeigt, ohne dazu complicirt zu sein . . . anatomisch und physiologisch zu bearbeiten, in der Hoffnung, wenigstens einen Theil der physiologischen Vorgänge auf Grund der gewonnenen anatomischen Basis erklären zu können. ” A. B ETHE , 1897: 462 Abbreviations. — CNS, central nervous system; COC, circumoesophageal connective; IN, interneuron; LGA, lateral giant axon; MGA, medial giant axon; SOG, suboesophageal ganglion. INTRODUCTION Albrecht Bethe was a prominent German anatomo-physiologist by the end of the 19 th and in the first half of the 20 th century. Only a few publications about him are available (Thauer, 1955; Florey, 1985, 1990). Curiously, any attempt to search for references to him via Internet ends with the remark: “A. Bethe, German physiologist and father of Hans Albrecht Bethe, the Nobel Prize

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