Journal of the History of Biology

(The TQCC of Journal of the History of Biology is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
The Creativity of Natural Selection? Part II: The Synthesis and Since14
Friedrich Miescher’s Discovery in the Historiography of Genetics: From Contamination to Confusion, from Nuclein to DNA8
Morphology and Phylogeny7
Characterized by Darkness: Reconsidering the Origins of the Brutish Neanderthal6
Special Issue Editor’s Introduction: “Revisiting the Modern Synthesis”6
Axiomatic Natural Philosophy and the Emergence of Biology as a Science6
Dogs for Life: Beagles, Drugs, and Capital in the Twentieth Century5
Challenging the Adaptationist Paradigm: Morphogenesis, Constraints, and Constructions5
Let Chromosomes Speak: The Cytogenetics Project at the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC)4
Mimush Sheep and the Spectre of Inbreeding: Historical Background for Festetics’s Organic and Genetic Laws Four Decades Before Mendel’s Experiments in Peas4
Lysenko in Yugoslavia, 1945–1950s: How to De-Stalinize Stalinist Science4
Diauxic Inhibition: Jacques Monod's Ignored Work4
Disproportionate Impacts of Radiation Exposure on Women, Children, and Pregnancy: Taking Back our Narrative3
An Origin of Citations: Darwin’s Collaborators and Their Contributions to the Origin of Species3
Wild Laboratories of Climate Change: Plants, Phenology, and Global Warming, 1955–19803
“What is Dead May Not Die”: Locating Marginalized Concepts Among Ordinary Biologists3
Invertebrate Paleontology and Evolutionary Thinking in the US and Britain, 1860–19403
The New Biology as an Example of Newspeak: The Case of Polish Zoology, 1948–19563
Production Hydrobiology in the USSR Under the Pressure of Lysenkoism: Vladimir I. Zhadin’s Forgotten Theory of Biological Productivity (1940)3
Introduction: What Right? Which Organisms? Why Jobs?3
Beyond Haeckel’s Law: Walter Garstang and the Evolutionary Biology that Might Have Been3
Re-forming Morphology: Two Attempts to Rehabilitate the Problem of Form in the First Half of the Twentieth Century3
Trees, Coral, and Seaweed: An Interpretation of Sketches Found in Darwin’s Papers3
Redefining Boundaries: Ruth Myrtle Patrick’s Ecological Program at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1947–19753
International Culture Collections and the Value of Microbial Life: Johanna Westerdijk’s Fungi and Ernst Georg Pringsheim’s Algae2
Locating the Boundaries of the Nuclear North: Arctic Biology, Contaminated Caribou, and the Problem of the Threshold2
The Cosmology of Evidence: Suffering, Science, and Biological Witness After Three Mile Island2
Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire and the First Embryological Evolutionary Model on the Origin of Vertebrates2
The First Brazilian Thesis of Evolution: Haeckel's Recapitulation Theory and Its Relations with the Idea of Progress2
Between Simians and Cell Lines: Rhesus Monkeys, Polio Research, and the Geopolitics of Tissue Culture (1934–1954)2
Analysis and/or Interpretation in Neurophysiology? A Transatlantic Discussion Between F. J. J. Buytendijk and K. S. Lashley, 1929–19322
Macleay’s Choice: Transacting the Natural History Trade in the Nineteenth Century2
The Twentieth-Century Desire for Morphology2
Bill Jenkins, Evolution Before Darwin. Theories of the Transmutation of Species in Edinburgh, 1804–18342
Evolution as a Solution: Franco Andrea Bonelli, Lamarck, and the Origin of Man in Early-Nineteenth-Century Italy2
A Feeling for the Human Subject: Margaret Lasker and the Genetic Puzzle of Pentosuria2
Vitalism, Holism, and Metaphorical Dynamics of Hans Spemann’s “Organizer” in the Interwar Period2
Synthetic Morphology: A Vision of Engineering Biological Form2
Edinburgh Lamarckians? The Authorship of Three Anonymous Papers (1826–1829)2
Valuing Shorebirds: Bureaucracy, Natural History, and Expertise in North American Conservation2
Between the Wars, Facing a Scientific Crisis: The Theoretical and Methodological Bottleneck of Interwar Biology2
The Visual Politics of Maralinga: Experiences, (Re)presentations, and Vulnerabilities2
From Monsters to Malformations: Anatomical Preparations as Objects of Evidence for a Developmental Paradigm of Embryology, 1770–18502
Karl von Frisch and the Discipline of Ethology2
Catharine Beecher and the Mechanical Body: Physiology, Evangelism, and American Social Reform from the Antebellum Period to the Gilded Age2
Eclipsing the Eclipse?: A Neo-Darwinian Historiography Revisited2
Discovering DNA Methylation, the History and Future of the Writing on DNA2
The Cyclical Return of the IQ Controversy: Revisiting the Lessons of the Resolution on Genetics, Race and Intelligence2