This category covers general sites on the history of biology which traces the study of the living world from ancient to modern times.
Over the 18th and 19th centuries, biological sciences such as botany and zoology became increasingly professional scientific disciplines and in the 20th century many important fields were further developed.
Alphabetical list of biologists' and paleontologists' biographies maintained by the University of California Museum of Paleontology.
Essay on the interaction of human history, including women's history, and the development of evolution theory.
Full-text versions of key papers in evolutionary biology from the nineteenth century onwards, with particular emphasis on the work of William Bateson and Darwin's close research associate, George Romanes.
Miscellany, reference information and research concerning the history of botany.
The Society sponsors an annual meeting, a listserv, and semiannual newsletters, and offers educational resources and a beginner's guide for research in the history of biology.
Devoted to the history of the biological sciences, with additional interest and concern in philosophical and social issues confronting biology. Table of contents, author instructions, and subscription information.
An informal and incomplete guide to the history of evolutionary biology from about 1800 to about 1950. Its main emphases are on the late 19th century and on paleontology.
History of Science Society newsletter article, by Garland Allen, 1997.
Not just the historical aspects of evolution, but also the evolution of all species.
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