Embryology History - Jan Florian

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Jan Florian (1938)

This category lists Embryology pages and media related to the historic Czech embryologist Jan Florian (1897 - 1942).

He held the chair of embryology at Masaryk University in Brno and published several key papers on early human development, along with J.P. Hill, in London. In 1942 he protested the Nazi decision to shut down Czech universities and was executed in Mauthausen.

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Florian's collection has not been found since his untimely death during World War II.


Florian, J. 1927. Uber zwei junge menschliche Embryonen. Verb. Anat. Ges., Erg. Heft Anat. Anz., 63, 184-192.

Florian,J. 1928a. Ein junges menschliches Ei in situ (Embryo T. F. mit Primitivstreifen ohne Kopfforsatz). Z mikr.-anat. Forsch, 13, 500-590.

Florian, J. 1928b. Graficka rekonstrukce velmi mladych lidskych zarodku (Graphische Rekonstruktion sehr junger menschlicher Embryonen). Spisy Lekafske Fakulty Masarykovy University v Bm§, CSR (Publications de la Faculty de Me'decine, Brno, Repub. Tche'cosl.), 6, 1-64.

Florian, J. 1928c. La gouttiere primitive, le canal de Lieberkuhn et la plaque chordale chez deux embryons humains (Bi II Bi III) avec quatre somites. C. R. Ass. Anat., 23, 154-162.

Florian J. The formation of the connecting stalk and the extension of the amniotic cavity towards the tissue of the connecting stalk in young human embryos. (1930) J. Anat., 64: 454-476.

Florian, J. 1930b. Uber den Verlauf der Schnittebene bei einigen bisher beschriebenen jungen menschlichen Embrvonen. Anat. Anz., 71, 54-61.

Florian, J. 1931. "Urkeimzellen" bei einem 625 |x langen menschlichen Embryo. Verb, Anat. Ges., Erg. Heft Anat. Anz., 72, 286.

Florian J. The early development of man, with special reference to the development of the mesoderm and cloacal membrane. (1933) J. Anat., 67(2): 263-76. PMID 17104422

Florian, J. 1934a. Uber die Existenz von zwei verschiedenen Typen junger menschlicher Embryonen. Biol. Gen., 10, 521-532.

Florian, J. 1934b. Ein Schema der Entwicklung der Axialgebilde des menschlichen Embryos bis in das Stadium von 10 Urwirbelpaaren. Biol. Gen., 10, 533-544.

Florian, J. 1934c. Uber einige bisher unkorrigiert gebliebene fehlerhafte Angaben der junge menschliche Embryonen beschreibenden Arbeiten. Anat. Anz., 78, 445-450.

Florian, J. 1945. Gastrulace a notogenese obratlovcfi, zulast cloveka (La gastrulation et la notogenese des vertebres, surtout der homme). Vestnik Kralovske Ceske Spolecnosti Nauk Tfida Matematicko-Pfirodovedeckd, Ro£nik, 1-26.

Florian J., and Beneke, R. 1931. Neue Befunde am Embryo "Beneke." Verb. Anat. Ges., Erg. Heft Anat. Anz., 71, 229-232.

Florian J. and Hill JP. An early human embryo (no. 1285, Manchester Collection), with capsular attachment of the connecting stalk. (1935) J Anat. 69(4): 399-411. PMID 17104547

Florian, J., and Volker, O. 1929. Uber die Entwicklung des Primitivstreifens, der Kloakenmembran und der Allantois beim Menschen. Z. mikr. anai.Forsch., 16,75-100.

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