How Then Should We As Christians Respond?
... aberration, could have been formed by natural
selection , seems, I freely confess, absurd in the
highest possible degree. … The belief that an organ
as perfect as the eye could have formed by natural
selection is more than enough to stagger anyone.”
@ Dr. Heinz Lycklama
The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) (http://www
... on one or more of the following areas - neuroethology, behavioural ecology, ecomorphology,
ecophysiology or sensory biology/ecology - is required. Experience with anatomical and
electrophysiological methods used to study olfaction and gustation in fishes will be viewed as a
strong asset. Applicants ...
Syllabus for Marine Biology - Biology 477, Fall Term, 2013
... 3) Be able to recognize many of the organisms that occur in particular marine habitats (e.g.,
plankton, nekton, rocky and soft-sediment intertidal and subtidal, docks and pilings), and
describe major aspects of their natural history.
4) Gain an understanding of the important ecological relationships ...
Introduction to Marine Biology
... b. All the disciplines of biology are represented in
• Chemical Biology
• Zoology the study
• Behavioral Biology
Heinz Steinitz (April 26, 1909 – April 28, 1971, Hebrew: היינץ שטייניץ) was a senior Israeli marine biologist and herpetologist, professor and chairman of the department of zoology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He was one of the founding members of the Zoological Society of Israel.He took over the scientific legacy of his father, the zoologist and hydrologist Walter Steinitz (1882 - 1963).He died in 1971.In 1997, a previously unknown species of amphibian tree frogs was discovered in the Mamilla Pool. The researchers, led by Yehudah L. Werner, named their find Hyla heinzsteinitzi (Hebrew: אילנית היינץ-שטייניץ), in honor of Steinitz. The fish species Tylognathus steinitziorum (discovered and named by Dr. Curt Kosswig in 1950, now called Hemigrammocapoeta nana) was dedicated to Walter Steinitz and his son Heinz Steinitz.Additional animal species named after Heinz Steinitz include Rubratella steinitzi (Pawlowski & Lee, 1991); Hydroides steinitzi (Ben-Eliahu, 1972); Bohadschia steinitzi (Cherbonnier, 1963); Typhlocirolana steinitzi (Strouhal, 1961); Aphanogmus steinitzi(Priesner, 1936); Elasmopus steinitzi (Ruffo, 1959); Pseudocyclops steinitzi (Por, 1968); Albunea steinitzi (Holthuis, 1958); Istiblennius steinitzi (Lotan,1969); Scorpaenodes steinitzi (Klausewitz & Fröiland, 1970); Gammogobius steinitzi (Bath, 1971); Photoblepharon palpebratum steinitzi (Abe & Haneda, 1973); Cryptocentrus steinitzi (Klausewitz, 1974); Omobranchus steinitzi (Springer & Gomon, 1975); Cocotropus steinitzi (Eschmeyer & Dor, 1978); Helcogramma steinitzi (Clark, 1980).The Heinz Steinitz Marine Biology Laboratory in Eilat was also named after him.