Talk:Embryology History - Franz Keibel

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Keibel, F., and Elze, C. 1908. Normentafeln zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Wirbeltiere.(Normal Plates for Evolution of Vertebrates) 8. Heft Normentafeln zur Entwicklungsgeschichte des Menschen. (Normal Plates of the Development of the Human Embryo) Fisher, Jena.



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Franz Keibel (1861-1929)

Normentafeln zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Wirbelthiere

Standard Panels for the Developmental History of Vertebrates - Franz Keibel

  1. Keibel pig - sus scrofa domesticus.pdf
  2. Keibel chicken - gallus domesticus.pdf
  3. Keibel Lungfish - ceratodus forsteri.pdf
  4. Keibel Sand Lizard - lacerta agilis.pdf
  5. Keibel Rabbit - Lepus cuniculus
  6. Keibel Deer - cervus capreolus.pdf
  7. Keibel Tarsiers - haplorrhine primates - Sunda slow loris - nycticebus tardigradus.pdf
  8. Keibel Human - Homo sapiens (Mensch).pdf
  9. Keibel Northern Lapwing - vanellus cristatus meyer.pdf
  10. Keibel South American and African Lungfish - lepidosiren paradox and protopterus annectens.pdf
  11. Keibel Salamander - necturus maculosus.pdf

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Franz Keibel (born July 6, 1861 in Adelig Dombrowken in the district gierdawskim , d. April 27, 1929 in Berlin ) - German anatomist and embryologist. Starting from 1897 the editor of the next edition embryological signs that are considered to today's standard and classical position in the field of embryology [1] . Son of Hermann Keibla (1818-1893) and Anne home Scharlock (1837-ca. 1903). He had a sister, Sophie, married to Heinrich Rickert . He attended secondary schools in Gdansk , Berlin and Grudziadz . He then began to study law at the University of Freiburg, but the term has changed the direction of the medical professional. He studied medicine in Berlin and Strasbourg. In 1887, in Strasbourg by the state examinations and successfully defended his doctoral dissertation Die Urbewohner der Canaren. In 1892 he was named associate professor. In 1912 he was awarded the title of professor of a cathedral, and in 1914 appointed to the chair of the University of Strasbourg. After connecting Strasbourg to France for a short time he worked in Munich and Königsberg . In 1922 as a successor to Oscar Hertwig in Berlin. He holds honorary doctorates from the University of St Andrews , University of Birmingham and Harvard University [2] . September 25, 1887 in Berlin, he married Susanna Wehrenpfennig, daughter of William Wehrenpfenniga (1829-1900). They had three sons and a daughter, who died in childhood.