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  • =History of Embryology in Russia from the Middle of the Eighteenth to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century= ...mbryology (1750 - 1850) 1|The Beginning of Embryological Investigations in Russia in Lomonosov's Epoch]]
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  • ...m, was published in German in 1764. After this, in early 1767, he moved to Russia, at the invitation of the Petersburg Academy of Science. There he remained ...a supposition only. It is insufficiently grounded because at that time in Russia, the academicians S. Ya. Rumovsky and F. Epinus, who worked on physiologica
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  • ==Chapter 1 The Beginning of Embryological Investigations in Russia in Lomonosov's Epoch== ...G. Kurganov. 5 The author of the first work on the history of medicine in Russia, Professor V. M. Richter, characterized these collections by writing: 6
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  • ...he Petersburg Academy of Science, and from 1834 he remained permanently in Russia. ...n origin, yet it is rare to meet anyone who could have been as faithful to Russia and her interests as he was" (p. 24) .
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  • ==1955 - Embryology in Russia==
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  • 11. B. E. Raikov, OUTLINES OF THE HISTORY OF EVOLUTIONARY IDEAS IN RUSSIA BEFORE DARWIN, 1947, p. 72. ...where he was born and where he spent his youth, Wolff was acknowledged in Russia which can be fairly considered his second motherland. On Wolff's sudden and
    12 KB (1,936 words) - 16:24, 20 October 2018
  • ==Chapter 9. The Theory of Epigenesis is in Russia at the End of the 18th Century== In the eighteenth century in Russia, an attempt was made to interfere experimentally in the process of embryoge
    34 KB (5,391 words) - 16:25, 20 October 2018
  • .... M. Baer, who was always actively interested in the history of science in Russia, and particularly in his homeland in the Prebaltic, took pains to clarify t ...the father of the missing embryologist. He was a French emigre who was in Russia in Tsar Paul I's time, from whom, apparently, he had received the title of
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  • | Russia
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  • | Russia
    10 KB (1,143 words) - 09:00, 16 January 2012
  • =History of Embryology in Russia from the Middle of the Eighteenth to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century= ...mbryology (1750 - 1850) 1|The Beginning of Embryological Investigations in Russia in Lomonosov's Epoch]]
    89 KB (13,771 words) - 11:22, 25 June 2019
  • ...ated by an early historian of biology, J. Beseke, in his book published in Russia at the end of the eighteenth century. ^ Beseke noted that "the plastic powe
    15 KB (2,237 words) - 16:18, 20 October 2018
  • ...investigations accomplished at the beginning of the nineteenth century in Russia, at Vilna University by Professor of Veterinary and Comparative Anatomy Lud
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  • | Russia
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  • ...secutive. But we know, for instance, from Sir R. Murchison's great work on Russia, what wide gaps there are in that country between the superimposed formatio ...ze of Europe from the North Cape to the Mediterranean, and from Britain to Russia; and therefore equals all the geological formations which have been examine
    57 KB (9,771 words) - 17:40, 17 March 2017
  • ...of infants is especially high in countries with a high birth-rate, such as Russia and China. This, in connection with the high sex-ratio of infantile mortali ...nt countries; according to Phelps (1910), from slightly below 10 to 27 (in Russia) per 100 living-born; i. e., the number of infants dying within the first y
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  • ...the latter actively pursued the representatives of progressive thought in Russia.
    24 KB (4,037 words) - 16:23, 20 October 2018
  • ...lopment of man and different animals. Before the arrival of K. F. Wolff in Russia, the materials of these collections had been little investigated, excepting ...ponsibility for the change in Baer's scientific studies upon conditions in Russia. Not the Russian, but the Prussian conditions of his life created in him th
    67 KB (10,626 words) - 16:44, 20 October 2018
  • ...development or embryology. This new science . . . had a special meaning to Russia. Its simultaneous achievements obviously characterize three stages in the f ...contemporary E.I. Eichwald provided the basis of paleontologic studies in Russia. Having, according to his contemporaries, an extreme modesty and a complete
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  • The followers of German philosophy in Russia did not represent an entirely homogenous group. Among them were people who ...nd had attended Schelling's lectures, after which, in 1805, he returned to Russia believing in Schelling's views. All his subsequent educational and scientif
    129 KB (20,207 words) - 16:28, 20 October 2018
  • ...ay was celebrated as a feast in Germany; and the first child vaccinated in Russia was named "Vaccinov" and educated at public expense. In six years the disco
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