An exhaustive yet incomplete list of the Publications of Prof. Naftuly Vostrüm
1. "Eternal Morphology and Convergent Evolution: A Case Study of Arboreal Frog Lineages in Megathermal Aseasonal Climate Zones," International Journal of Natural Science. Vol. 78 35-39.
2. "Unstructured Discovery: Deconstructing the Paradigm of Hypothesis," Dutch Journal of Scientific Philosophy, Vol. 13 pp 17-34
3. "A Brief Discourse on Phenotypic Plasticity: Contrasting Human Enculturation with Primate Acclimation, Extolling the Virtues of Beta Behavior," Journal of Simian Psychology, Vol. 3. pp. 2-54.
4. “A Theory of Forest Relativity: Experiments in the Slowing of Time in the Presence of Sequoiadendron giganteum and Other Large Arboreal Specimens.” - Journal of Abstract Forestry, Vol. 72, pp. 19-43.
5. “Like Father, Like Sons: Complexities in the Emerging Field of Cladistics, Reconstructing Animal Families and Understanding Patterns in Classification Criterion.” Science: An Illustrated Journal, Vol. 83, pp. 25-35.
6. “A Tentatively Conclusive Exposé on the Lepospondyli Subclass with a Special Reference to Algae Found in the Egg Envelope.” International Review of Ecology, Academic Press. Vol 241 123-182.
7. Anarchist Patterns of Discovery: Against the Method. Intellectuals' Science. Reprinted, Gersop, London, UK. (Unabridged Pamphlet.)
8. “The Transforming Principles of Radical Thought: Inquires into the Nature of Scientific Discovery.” From Readings in the Philosophy of Science, 2nd edition, University of Manitoba Press
9. “Defensive Skin Secretions in Plethodontid Salamanders and Its Psychedelic Applications in Eastern Europe.” Slovenian Journal of Herpatology. Vol 12 7-11
10. “Special Considerations on the Inuit Use of Salix arctica with Additional Subtext on Boreal Ecology.” Swedish Journal of Ecological Anthropology, Vol 3 20-23.
11. Epiphytic Plant Systems: A Case Study on Mineral Cycles of the Tillandsia usneoide in French Polynesia. British Botanical Review, Vol 213, pp. 12-14.
12. The Raunkiær System In Contrast with Scientific Classification: Understanding Life Form Structural Schemes, Species-Specific Functionality, and the Limitations of Phylogenetic Data Matrices in the Application of Evolutionary Sciences. Experimental Biology Review. Vol 82. 25-34
13. Fundamentals in Thermal Deterioration and Degradation: Compositional Studies on the Structural Similarities of Biogenic Substances. University of Transylvania Academic Press. ISBN-0-12-2343-27-6-X
14. In Support of Metaphysics Using Logical Analysis of Language and Philosophy. Journal of Marxist Sciences, Vol 12, pp. 14-17.
15. Features and Accommodations of the Pelvic Skeletal Design: Australopithecus afarensis and the Evolutionary Transition Between Modern Bipedal Humans and Their Quadrupedal Ape Ancestors. Oxford University Press
16. “Cognitive Adaptations: Interdependency of Motivational and Conceptual Functions of Language with Relation to Learnability Constraints and Genetic Variables.” Evolutionary Psychology Journal, Vol. 32. 3-54.
17. “Monophyletic Biological Categorization: Consistent Distinctions in Process and Pattern Within Systemized Zoology”. Eldridge Society Journal of Biology. Vol 10. 34-35.
18. “Breakthroughs in Hybridization: How Stigmatized Concepts in Diversification and Introgression Have Limited Scientific Understandings of Reticulate Evolution and Why Further Investigation into the Process of Hybrid Genetics and Reproductive Isolation Will Revolutionize Theoretic Origin Principles.” Review of Controversial Topics in Evolution, Vol. 7. 87-90
19. T. H. Morgan’s Drosophila melanogaster Genetic Experiments and Their Impact on Modern Embryogenesis Modeling Systems. Textbook of Intermediate Embryology, 4th ed. 145-173
20. “Transitional Fossils as the Missing Link: Reflecting the Provocative Narrative of a Cultural Icon and an Insatiable Mystery Under the Microscope of Geologic Discovery in Evolutionary Transitions.” Anthropology Today, Vol. 134. 59-62.
21. “Paleophysiology and The Evolution of Facultative Endothermy: Predictions in Metabolic Rates Related to Muscle Activity in Permian Terrestrial Vertebrates.” Journal of Experimental Paleontology, Vol. 6. 232-240.
22. Cellular Functional Morphology: A Synthesis of Georges Cuvier’s Substratal Work on Form and Function. Microorganisms: Structure and Form. Luxembourg College Press. Chapter 15. 347-419
23. “An Evolutionary and Comparative Approach to Primate Behavioral Neuroscience: Understanding Mechanistic Control and Biologically Relevant Stimuli in the Nervous System.” Independant Journal of Neurobiology Vol 2. 82-110
24. “Epigenetic Inheritance: Dynamic Alterations in the Transcriptional Potential of a Cell and Functionally Relevant but Non-interferent Changes to Nucleotide Sequencing.” Gene Development. 9th Ed. Oxford University Press Chap. 3 122-149
25. “Circadian Pathophysiology: Irregularities in Endogenous Entrainment within Nocturnality, Crepuscular and Diurnality Species, Hindrances to Regulatory Chronotypes, Including Developmental Changes and Abnormal Socialization”. Journal of Behavioral Studies. Vol 92. 72-80.
26. “Photosensitive Retinal Cells in Conjunction with the Optic System: Basic Organization with Updated Information on Connectivity, Neurochemical Distribution and Functionality.” Trends in Neuroscience. Vol 21. 49-54.
27. Lamarckian Inheritance and The School of French Transformationism: A History of Modern Evolutionary Theory; How Acquired Characteristic Heritability Drives Organisms Towards Greater Complexity in Separate Lineages. Review of Controversial Topics in Evolution. Vol. 34. 86-70.
28. “The Case of Insular Dwarfism in Svalbard Reindeer Subspecies (Rangifer tarandus platyrhynchus): Adaptive Phenotypic Traits in Biomechanics.” Svalbardrein Økologi. pp 34 - 40.
29. “Time and Medium: The Psychology of Perception.” Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships. Chap. 17 University of Graz Press, AT
30. “Juxtaposing Historically Relevant Evolutionary Theories by Lamarck and Geoffroy: Geoffroy’s Direct Environmental Induction of Organic Change In Contrast with Lamarck’s Views on Habitual Animal Behaviors.” Topics in Darwinian Thoery, Vol 21. pp. 45-50
31. French Naturalism: The Unity of Organismal Design, and The Possibility of Transmutation of Species in Time, Amassing Evidence Through Comparative Anatomy, Paleontology, and Embryology. University of Nova Scotia Press.
32. “Polymelia: A Study in Exposure to the Ribeiroia ondatrae Parasite in Pseudacris regilla Species” Ecology, Life History and Pathogenesis. Advances in Parasitology 2nd Edition. Reykjavik Scholarly Publishing Co. 132-138
33. “Emerging Teratology: Evidence of Congenital Deformities in Cenozoic Fossil Layers from Philpott Antler Digsite, Escalante, Utah.” Eyewitness Evolution Magazine. Vol. 30. pp 20 - 25.
34. “Geochronology in the Permian Through Jurassic Strata of the Colorado Plateau in Southeastern Utah.” Newsletter of the International Commission on Stratigraphy. No. 43. 3-12
35. “Reliability in Radiometric Dating and the Geological Time Scale, Differentiation of Precursor Melts, Crystallization and Metamorphism under Magnetic Mineral Isolation.” Journal of Modern Geology Techniques. Vol 73 51-60.
36. Progressive Revelations: Perennial Philosophy, Religious Pluralism, Questions of Perspectivism and Universality. The Journal for Cultural Theory. Vol 5. 43-47.
37. Polemical and Exegetical Works of Agostino steuco: Humanist Textual Criticisms. Oxford University Press.
38. “Spatio-Temporal Features, Membrane Voltage and Neuronal Encoding in the Optical Probe.” Journal of Neuroscience and Optogentics. Vol 22. 43-49.
39. “Bi-directional conversion in Turritopsis nutricula: A Case for Immortality.” Journal of the Marine Biological Association. Vol 51. 15-19.
40. “An Interpretation of Pelée: Pyroclastic Density Currents and the Sedimentation of Ignimbrites.” Newsletter of the Geological Society of Zurich. No. 2 2-29
41. “Experimental Observations on Isolated Population Growth in Geographically Remote Regions.” British Journal for Anthropology. Vol. 70 90-94.
42. “Biologically Potentiality Versus Biological Determinism: Revelations in Physical Function in Human Cognition”. Journal of Behavioral Studies. Vol 81 26-29.
43. Phyletic Gradualism and Anagensis: Views on Ancestral and Descendant Speciation. Advances in Anthropology. Vol. 17. 101-108.
44. “Cognitive Flexibility, Universality and Evidential Support for the Cultural Implications on Adaptive Behaviors.” Journal of Behavioral Studies. Vol 93 55-58.
45. “Cladogenesis: Abrupt Splits In Distinct Species and Our Understanding of Environmental Divergence.” Paleobiology Journal of Edinburgh. Vol 12. 23-26.
46. “Deterioration in Amphibian Diversity Paired with Reptilian Surges: Effects of Habitat Fragmentation in Tropical Rainforests in Euramerica.” Biology in Motion. 7th Edition. 34-69
47. “I Didn’t Do It: Explaining Defensive Attribution, the Effects of Severity, Relevance and Responsibility.” Journal of Behavioral Studies. Vol 89. 45-50.
48. “The Narrative of Transitional Fossils in Public Perception through Literary Mystic.” Stockholm Journal of Anthropology. Vol. 4. 13-17.
49. “Helplessness in Hindsight. Theory and Evidence for Learned Behaviors.” Psychological Sciences. Vol 20. 35-41.
50. “The Almas: Evidential Case Studies for Pursuing Further Investigation into the Mongolian Cryptids.” Independent Thinker Magazine Vol. 32. pp. 23-26.
51. “Only Two Possibilities Of Origin? Discussion on Creationist Dogma, Evolutionary Logic and Emerging Support for the Field of Interventionism.” Review of Controversial Topics in Evolution Vol.37. 44-56.
52. “What Goes Around: Skeletal Atavism in Equine Lineages.” On Animals: Textbook of Intermediate Level Zoology. Tanzania University Press Ch. 3 39-52
53. “Polydactyl: Congenital Genetic Deformations, With Special Interest to Hand Anomalies in Biped Species.” Phelps Medical Journal. Vol 24.55-76.
54. “Current Status of the Myriapod Class Diplopoda (Millipedes): Taxonomic Diversity and Phylogeny.” Annual Review of Entomology. Vol 30. 40-45.
55. “Inside the Chrysalis: Imaginal Discs and the Bardo of Metamorphasis in Chersonesia rahria.” Topics in Lepydoptera. Vol 29 64-89
56. “Variables and Patterns: Considering the Linkages of Didactic Infant Education and Early Onset of Mental Degradations. An Emerging Exploration of Long-term Variables in Behavior Psychology.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Vol 81. 240-250.