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Francesco Redi on vipers

by Francesco Redi

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Published by E.J. Brill in Leiden, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Snakes -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesOn vipers.
    Statementtranslated into English and annotated by Peter K. Knoefel.
    ContributionsKnoefel, Peter K. 1906-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL666.O6 R2725 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 86 p. :
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2046869M
    ISBN 109004089489
    LC Control Number88024036

    The half title page and the first page of text bears the oval armorial name stamp of the second owner, Ex. Bibliotheca J. Richard D.M. Included with the first edition of this work is Peter Knoefel’s translation into English entitled “Francesco Redi on Vipers” published in Leiden in by E. J. Brill - (pp. xvii, i, , with. Redi effectively applied the Accademia del Cimento's experimentalism to the natural sciences. His first scientific work was Osservazioni intorno alle vipere [Observations concerning vipers] (Florence, ). Addressed to Lorenzo Magalotti (), the memoir identifies the location of the viper's poison and explains its toxic effect.

    Herald of Science. Download full-size JPEG (K) or GIF (K) image.. Francesco Redi Esperienze intorno alla generazione degl'insetti [Experiments on the generation of insects] Florence, ; first published Francesco Redi, a 17th-century Italian physician, challenged the widespread belief that flies were spontaneously generated from decaying animal and .   The twenty papers in this collection aim to create a comprehensive image of the physician and courtier Francesco Redi (–). The book is divided into four overlapping sections: Redi's laboratory work as it appears in his notebooks; his relationship with the science of his time; Redi viewed through the social context of the Medicis' Tuscany; and a final section .

    A LETTER OF FRANCESCO REDI, Concerning some Objections made upon his Observations about Vipers. title page A CONTINUATION Of the NEW EXPERIMENTS CONCERNING VIPERS. Biography of Francisco Redi () His studies focus in a modern scientific way the problem of the origin of life. He was the son of Cecilia Ghinei and the Florentine doctor Gregorio Redi, who had worked at the Court of Medice, where years later Francesco would serve also as physician and Superintendent.


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He read in the book on generation by William Harvey a speculation that vermin such as insects, worms, and. Illustration of Esperienze intorno alla Generazione degli Insetti by Francesco Redi. Source: Wikimedia. Several of these myths referred to vipers, animals to which Redi dedicated a voluminous work.

It was a common belief in his epoch that these snakes drank wine and broke the glasses. However, Redi read a book by William Harvey on generation in which Harvey speculated that insects, worms, and frogs might arise from eggs or seeds too tiny to be seen. Redi devised and performed the now-famous experiment in which six jars, half left in open air and half covered with fine gauze that permitted air circulation but kept out flies.

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Born: Feb. 18,Arezzo, Italy Died: March 1,Pisa,Italy Important Dates. Redi's work,"Observations on Vipers", dismisses several myths about poisonous snakes. "Experiments on the Generation of Insects" published.

This reported on Redi's controlled experiments with insects that called into question the validity of "spontaneous generation". Francesco Redi on vipers. [Francesco Redi; Peter K Knoefel] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Francesco Redi: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Francesco Redi; Peter K Knoefel.

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Knoefel. Francesco Redi Science Experiments on Insects Vipers SNAKE Natural History Francesco Redi was a 17 th-century Italian physician who recorded his most famous biology experiments in “Experiments on the Generation of Insects”.This work, first published indisproved the vipers could consume wine, break glass, and that their venom was poisonous if.

Francesco Redi (Arezzo, februar – Pisa, 1. mart ), italijanski liječnik, prirodoslovac i je teoriju o spontanom nastanku tako što je prvi dokazao da ličinke potječu iz jajašaca muhe. Zbog svojih naučnih dopinosa prozvan je "ocem moderne parazitologije".

Bio je akođer prvi koji je prepoznao i ispravno opisao pojedinosti mnogih. A curious Italian, called Francesco Redi, having lately had an opportunity, by the great number of vipers, brought to the Grand Duke of Toscany for the composing of Theriac or Treacle, to examine what is vulgarly delivered and believed concerning the poyson of those creatures, hath, (according to the account, given of it in the French Journal des Scavans, printed January 4.

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Redi, Francesco. & Charas, Moyse. A letter of Francesco Redi concerning some objections made upon his Observations about vipers written to Monsieur Bourdelot and Monsieur Alexander Morus: printed in Italian at Florence, London: Printed by T.R.

for John Martyn. MLA Citation. Redi, Francesco. and Charas, Moyse. Some Observations of Vipers is an article from Philosophical Transactions (), Volume 1.

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Florence: All'Insegna della Stella, 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12 tall. Very Good. Item # 4to x mm. 4,5 pp. Half-title, title printed in red and black and with engraved device of the Accademia della Crusca and woodcut printer's device on verso of L4, errata leaf at end.

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Describes the physical attributes habitat and hunting and mating methods of viper. In his book on the viper, Nouvelles experiences sur la vipere, Parisian apothecary Moyse (or Moïse) Charas takes to task Italian physician, naturalist, and poet Francesco Redi (), for his scientific study of viper bites, the first such research was of the opinion (and not alone in it) that venom per se was harmless and that death was caused by poisonous.

Books By Francesco Redi All Francesco Redi on Vipers (English and Italian Edition) Oct 1, by Francesco Redi, Peter K. Knoefel Paperback. $ $ .Francesco Redi was born on Febru in the city of Arezzo in Tuscany, Italy.

Francesco’s father was Gregorio Redi, an eminent physician of noble birth, and his mother was Cecilia de Ghinci. Francesco was educated from an early age in a Jesuit school in the city of Florence about 50 miles (80 km) from his hometown.Francesco Redi was a member of the short-lived Accademia del cimento of Florence.

He is widely acknowledged as having provided the crucial experiments which undermined the theory of spontaneous generation in putrefying matter. His book on vipers of was very popular and this letter reveals his continued interest in the subject some two.