IntroductionThree articles by Egenis authors are among the top 10 most cited of the last five years for the journal Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Science.
‘Everything is everywhere but the environment selects’ by Maureen O’Malley, ‘Metagenomics and biological ontology’ by John Dupré and Dr O’Malley, and ‘Collection and collation: theory and practice of Linnaean botany’ by Staffan Müller-Wille are in the list of the top 10 cited articles published in the last five years from Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Science.
Also from 10 March, 'The first eukaryote cell: an unfinished history of contestation' (41(3), September 2010, pp 212-224) by Dr O’Malley, is listed as the most downloaded article from the journal. Two other articles by Dr O’Malley, a third co-authored with John Dupre, and one by Dan Nicholson are also among the top 10 most downloaded.
Three of the top 10 most downloaded articles are from the September 2010 special issue on the history and philosophy of cell research edited by Drs O’Malley and Müller-Wille.