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2002
Laubichler, M D.. "Anatomy and Physiology in the 19th Century." In The History of Modern Science and Mathematics, edited by Brian Baigrie, 199-213. Vol. 1. New York: Charles Scribners, 2002.
Laubichler, M D.. "An egg is an egg is an egg [Essay Review]." Cell 111 (2002): 460-461.
Laubichler, Manfred D., and Sarkar, Sahotra. "Flies, Genes, and Brains: Oskar Vogt, Nicolai Timofeeff-Ressovsky and the Origin of the Concepts of Penetrance and Expressivity in Classical Genetics." In Medical Genetics. Conceptual Foundations and Classic Questions, edited by Rachel Ankeny and Lisa Parker, 63-85. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2002.
Laubichler, M D.. "Review of "August Weismann: Ausgewählte Briefe und Dokumente (2 Bände)"." Journal of the History of Biology 35 (2002): 196-198.
2003
Laubichler, M D.. "Carl Gegenbaur (1826-1903): Integrating comparative anatomy and embryology." Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 300B (2003): 23-31.
Laubichler, M D.. "Editorial: A new series of vignettes on the history of evolutionary developmental biology." Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 299B (2003): 1-2.
Laubichler, M D.. Ludwig von Bertalanffy In Lexikon bedeutender Naturwissenschaftler. Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 2003.
Chew, M K., and Laubichler, M D.. "Metaphors, misuse, and misconceptions - Response." SCIENCE 301 (2003): 1481-1482.
Chew, M K., and Laubichler, M D.. "Natural enemies - Metaphor or misconception?" Science 301 (2003): 52-53.
Chew, M. K., and Laubichler, M. D.. "Natural Enemies—Metaphor or Misconception?" Science 301 (2003).
Laubichler, M D., and Maienschein, J. "Ontogeny, anatomy, and the problem of homology: Carl Gegenbaur and the American tradition of cell lineage studies." Theory in Biosciences (2003): 194-203.
Laubichler, M D.. "A premodern Synthesis, Review of "The romantic conception of life science and philosophy in the age of Goethe"." SCIENCE (2003): 516-517.

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