Eclosion of a dragonfly. Image by panthemedia.

Manfred Eigen & Ruthild Winkler (1975)
Das Spiel - Naturgesetze steuern den Zufall.
Piper Verlag, München

Günther Witzany (1993)
Natur der Sprache - Sprache der Natur >
Sprachpragmatische Philosophie der Biologie Koenigshausen und Neumann, Würzburg

Jesper Hoffmeyer (1996)
Signs of Meaning in the Universe.
Indiana University Press, Bloomington & Indianapolis

Paul Bains (2006)
The Primacy of Semiosis: An Ontology of Relations.
(Toronto Studies in Semiotics and Communication). Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press. 186 pp.; ISBN 10: 0-8020-9003-6, ISBN 13:978-0-8020-9003-4.

Marcello Barbieri (Ed) (2007)
Introduction to Biosemiotics. The new biological synthesis.
tripleC 5(3): 104-109, 2007 | ISSN 1726-670X | www.tripleC.uti.at

Harald Brüssow (2007)
The Quest for Food: A Natural History of Eating
Hardcover: 888 pages, Springer; ISBN-10: 0387303340

Joachim Bauer (2008)
Prinzip Menschlichkeit. Warum wir von Natur aus kooperieren.
Heyne Verlag, 2008, 256 Seiten, ISBN 978-3453630031

Luis P. Villarreal (2009)
The Origin of Group Identity. Viruses, Addiction and Cooperation
Hardcover: 638 pages; Springer; ISBN-10: 0387779973

Frank Ryan (2010)
Virolution.
Die Macht der Viren in der Evolution. Spektrum Akademischer Verlag Sachbuch, 2010, 364 Seiten, ISBN-13: 978-3827425416

Joachim Bauer (2010)
Das kooperative Gen: Evolution als kreativer Prozess
Taschenbuch, 224 Seiten, Heyne Verlag; ISBN-10: 3453601335

Joachim Bauer (2011)
Schmerzgrenze. Vom Ursprung alltäglicher und globaler Gewalt.
Karl Blessing Verlag, 288 Seiten, ISBN 978-3896674371

Frank Ryan (2011)
Metamorphosis
oneworld publications, 320 p., ISBN-13: 978-1-85168-862-3

James A. Shapiro (2011)
Evolution: A View from the 21st Century
Hardcover: 272 pages; FT Press; ISBN-10: 0132780933

Michael Tomasello (2011)
Die Ursprünge der menschlichen Kommunikation.
410 S., Suhrkamp Verlag ISBN: 978-3-518-29604-2

Sydney Brenner (2012)
Turing centenary: Life's code script >
Nature 482: 461.

Joachim Bauer (2013)
Arbeit. Warum unser Glück von ihr abhängt und wie sie uns krank macht >
Karl Blessing Verlag

Karin Moelling (2015)
Supermacht des Lebens: Reisen in die erstaunliche Welt der Viren >
C.H.Beck

Vera Kolb (ed) (2014)
Astrobiology - An Evolutionary Approach >
CrC Press, Taylor & Francis Group

Joachim Bauer (2015)
Selbststeuerung: Die Wiederentdeckung des freien Willens >
Karl Blessing Verlag

Rohwer F, Youle M, Maughan H, Hisakawa N. (2014)
Live in Our Phage World. A Centennial Field Guide to the Earth’s Most Diverse Inhabitants >
San Diego, Wholon


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A milestone edition that for the first time comprehensively presents the exciting topic of soil biocommunication. A valuable source of information for scientists in microbiology, biochemistry, genetics and soil ecology.

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