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Creation in secular journal (biology)

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Creationist ideas on biology have been published in many secular journals for peer-review, in addition to creationist journals like CRSQ and the Journal of Creation.

Note: Papers with a * following it were written by an ID theorist and papers with a # following it is supportive of Baraminology

The Papers

  1. Siegfried Scherer "Basic Functional States in the Evolution of Light-driven Cyclic Electron Transport", Journal of Theoretical Biology,104 [1983]: 289-299
  2. Grant Lambert "Enzymic Editing Mechanisms and the Origin of Biological Information Transfer" Journal of Theoretical Biology, 107 [1984]:387- 403)
  3. Wise, K. 2003. The Evolution of Creationist Perspective on the Fossil Equid Series. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 35, No. 6, p. 610
  4. Stephen C. Meyer, "The Origin of Biological Information and the Higher Taxonomic Categories," Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, Vol. 117(2):213-239 (2004)*
  5. Michael Behe and David W. Snoke, “Simulating evolution by gene duplication of protein features that require multiple amino acid residues,” Protein Science (2004), 13 *
  6. Philip L. Skell, "Why do we invoke Darwin?," The Scientist, Vol. 19(16):10 (August 29, 2005)*
  7. Jonathan Wells, “Haeckel’s Embryos and Evolution: Setting the Record Straight,” The American Biology Teacher, Vol. 61(5):345-349 (May, 1999)*
  8. Jonathan Wells, "Second Thoughts about Peppered Moths," The Scientist, Vol. 13(11):13 (May 24, 1999).*
  9. Paul Nelson and Jonathan Wells, “Homology: A Concept in Crisis,” Origins & Design, Vol. 18:2*
  10. Stephen C. Meyer, “DNA and the Origin of Life: Information, Specification, and Explanation,” in Darwinism, Design, and Public Education (Michigan State University Press, 2003)*
  11. Stephen C. Meyer, Marcus Ross, Paul Nelson and Paul Chien, "The Cambrian Explosion: Biology's Bang," in Darwinism, Design, and Public Education (Michigan State University Press, 2003).*
  12. Behe, M. J., Design in the details: The origin of biomolecular machines, in Darwinism, Design, & Public Education (Michigan State University Press, 2003), Pp. 287-302
  13. Lönnig, W.-E. Dynamic genomes, morphological stasis and the origin of irreducible complexity, Dynamical Genetics, Pp. 101-119 *
  14. Jonathan Wells, "Do Centrioles Generate a Polar Ejection Force?," Rivista di Biologia/Biology Forum 98 (2005): 37-62.*
  15. Sanford, J.C., Baumgardner, J., Gibson, P., Brewer, W., ReMine, W. (2007). Mendel's Accountant: a biologically realistic forward-time population genetics program. SCPE 8(2): 147-165.
  16. Sanford, J.C., Baumgardner, J., Gibson, P., Brewer, W., ReMine, W. (2007). Using computer simulation to understand mutation accumulation dynamics and genetic load. In Shi et al. (Eds.), ICCS 2007, Part II, LNCS 4488 (pp.386-392), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg.
  17. Roth, A.A. 1971. Estimate of carbonate production of some species on Japtan Reef. (Abstract) R/V Alpha Helix Research Program, 1971, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, San Diego, p. 22.
  18. Roth, A.A. 1974. Factors affecting light as an agent for carbonate production by coral. (Abstract) Geological Society of America Abstracts 6:932.
  19. Roth, A.A. 1975. Some effects of light on calcification in coral. Abstracts of Symposia and Contributed Papers for the Fifty-Sixth Annual Meeting (San Francisco State University, December 26-30, 1975) of the Western Society of Naturalists, p. 29.
  20. Smith, A.D. and A.A. Roth. 1979. Effect of carbon dioxide concentration on calcification in the red coralline alga Bossiella orbigniana. Marine Biology 52:217-225.
  21. Roth, A.A., C.D. Clausen, P.Y. Yahiku, V.E. Clausen, and W.W. Cox. 1982. Some effects of light on coral growth. Pacific Science 36:65-81.
  22. Behe and Snoke, A response to Michael Lynch Protein Sci. 14:2226-7. Simulating evolution by gene duplication of protein features that require multiple amino acid residue *
  23. Behe ,"Self-Organization and Irreducibly Complex Systems: A Reply to Shanks and Joplin". Philosophy of Science 67 (March 2000), Published by: The University of Chicago Press August 31, 2000 *
  24. Behe "Experimental Support for Regarding Functional Classes of Proteins to be Highly Isolated from Each Other" presented at the 1992 SMU Symposium and printed in the conference proceedings Darwinism, Science or Philosophy?. *
  25. Behe, "Reply to My Critics: A Response to Reviews of Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution", Biology and Philosophy, Volume 16, Number 5, November 2001 , pp. 683-707(25)
  26. Carter, R. W. (2007) Mitochondrial diversity within modern human populations. Nucleic Acids Research, 35(9), 3039–3045.
  27. Fankhauser, G. (1996). Snake hybrids: An interesting way to increase diversity. Reptiles, 4, 8. #
  28. Armitage, M.H. The Euryhaline Cottid Fish, Leptocottus armatus Girard 1854, Second Intermediate Host of the Trematode, Ascocotyle (Phagicola) diminuta Stunkard and Haviland 1924. Bulletin of the California Academy of Sciences 96(3): (1997) 112-116. (Note: this research is partly is the basis for Armitage's paper which he presented at the Fourth International Conference on Creationism)
  29. Cavanaugh DP, Sternberg Rv. 2002. Analysis of morphological constraints using ANOPA, a pattern recognition and multivariate statistical method: a case study involving centrarchid fishes. Journal of Biological Systems, in press.
  30. Mastropaolo 1982 Exercise physiology for the Gossamer manpowered aircraft. In Abbott, A.V., Editor, The First Human Powered Vehicle Scientific Symposium Proceedings, pp. 16–27. International Human Powered Vehicle Association, Idyllwild, CA. (Note: research forms basis for Mastropaolo's argument that muscle tissue is designed)
  31. Mastropaolo 1984. Can the elite, trained, racing human engine be improved significantly? In Abbott A.V., ed. Second International Human Powered Vehicle Scientific Symposium Proceedings, pp. 169–174. International Human Powered Vehicle Association, Idyllwild, CA. (Note: research forms basis for Mastropaolo's argument that muscle tissue is designed)
  32. Mastropaolo 1989. Countering space adaptation with patterns of exercise force, velocity, power, energy and G’s. Countering Space Adaptation With Exercise: Current Issues, Exercise Countermeasure Project, NASA, Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX.(Note: research forms basis for Mastropaolo's argument that muscle tissue is designed)
  33. Mastropaolo 1989. A hypothesis for strength and maximum power. International Journal of Sports Medicine 10(5):380.(Note: research forms basis for Mastropaolo's argument that muscle tissue is designed)
  34. Mastropaolo 1991. Training-induced muscle enlargement. Journal of Applied Physiology 71(1):372–373.(Note: research forms basis for Mastropaolo's argument that muscle tissue is designed)
  35. Mastropaolo 1992. A test of the maximum-power stimulus theory for strength. European Journal of Applied Physiology 65(5):415–420.(Note: research forms basis for Mastropaolo's argument that muscle tissue is designed)
  36. Mastropaolo 1992. Case study comparison of racing improvement from steroids versus “more power” training. Sports Medicine, Training and Rehabilitation 3:235(Note: research forms basis for Mastropaolo's argument that muscle tissue is designed)
  37. Mastropaolo, J.A. and Y. Takei. 1981. Spectral power changes after power overload training. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 13(2):116. (Note: research forms basis for Mastropaolo's argument that muscle tissue is designed and Takei's opinion of creationism is unknown)
  38. Mastropaolo, J.A. and Y. Takei. 1991. Weight training pivoted the force-velocity curve. International Journal of Sports Medicine 12:345. (Note: research forms basis for Mastropaolo's argument that muscle tissue is designed and Takei's opinion of creationism is unknown)
  39. Ivanov, Y. N. and A. V. Ivannikov. 1997. Difference in mutation rates between flies of small and large body sizes in natural Drosophila melanogaster populations and regulatory meaning of this phenomenon. Drosophila Information Service 80:57–59. (Ivannikov's opinion of creationism unknown and this paper forms the basis for Ivanov's paper presented to CRSQ)
  40. Armitage, M. H. 1999. The euryhaline gobiid fish, Gillichthys mirabilis Cooper 1864, second intermediate host of the trematode, Pygidiopsoides spindalis Martin 1951. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 98(2):75–79.
  41. Tosk, T. A. and K. A. Andersson. 1988. Late Early Triassic foraminifers from dysaerobic to possibly anoxic environments of the Thaynes Formation, southeastern Idaho. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 18:286-301.(Note: research presented in paper is the basis for Tosk's ideas on pre-flood Foraminifer ecologies. Andersson's opinion on creationism is unknown.)
  42. Michael Behe Non-conservative mutations are well tolerated in the globular region of yeast histone H4 Journal of Molecular Biology, Volume 255, Issue 3, 26 January 1996, Pages 401-411.
  43. Michael Behe, Oligoadenosine tracts favor nucleosome formation Mitochondrial DNA, Volume 8, Issue 6 March 1998, pages 375 - 383.
  44. Michael Behe, Tracts of adenosine and cytidine residues in the genomes of prokaryotes and eukaryotes DNA Sequence. 1998;8(6):375-83.
  45. Michael J. Behe, Klaus Sander, and Roland Bender, Embryology and evolution Science 17 July 1998: Vol. 281. no. 5375, pp. 347 - 351
  46. David Prentice, The Case Against Federal Funding of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics (Vol. II, Issue 1; Fall 2001).
  47. Prentice D.A. (2004) “Adult Stem Cells”, Issues in Law & Medicine 19, number 3, 265-294, Spring 2004
  48. Prentice, D.A. 2003. Science and Ethics: The Intertwined Debate on Stem Cells. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Vol 95, Issue 4, 6-7; November
  49. J.K.G. Kramer, F.D. Sauer and W.J. Pidgen, eds., High and Low Erucic Acid Rapeseed Oils, Production, Usage, Chemistry, and Toxicological Evaluation, Academic Press, New York, 1983. (Note: This paper provides a basis for Kramer's argument that bacteria are highly complex and should not be viewed as simple. Sauer and Pidgen opinion on creationism is unknown)
  50. J.K.G. Kramer, F.D. Sauer and D.R. Bundle, The Presence of Tightly Bound Na+ and K+ in Glycolipids of Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicum, Biochem. Biophys. Acta 961:285–92, 1988. (Note: This paper provides a basis for Kramer's argument that bacteria are highly complex and should not be viewed as simple. Sauer and Bundle's opinion on creationism is unknown)

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