Anton von Leeuwenhoek and his perception of spermatozoa
- Adapted from an article by E. G. Ruestow, J. History of Biology 16: 185-224.
Leeuwenhoek's ideas concerning sperm and their possible roles in fertilization underwent considerable development and were influenced by numerous intellectual and religious currents.
- Clara Pinto-Correia
Historiographic Misunderstandings of Preformationist Terminology
Calling something a "homunculus" is not a neutral act. C. Pinto-Correia analyzes the history of the "homunculus" and claims the homunculus is more a product of the 1930s than a model from the 1780s.