... He was pioneer in using a microscope and he has also been described as a founder
of comparative physiology and microscopic anatomy .
Malpighi was born ... and veins that had eluded William Harvey .
Malpighi is regarded as the founder
of microscopic anatomy and the first histologist . Many microscopic ...
... , playwright , educator , and social thinker, who is best known as the founder
of Anthroposophy and its practical applications, including Waldorf ... teaching as foundational, has prompted some critics to see Steiner as a founder
of a religion, not as a philosopher in the usual sense of the word. The ...
... based on their overall similarity, while more traditional approaches tend to rely on key characters. Willi Hennig is widely regarded as the founder
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... in the post-war world, such as Robert Yerkes in the USA and Otmar von Verschuer in Germany. Californian eugenicist Paul Popenoe became the founder
of 1950s marriage counseling , a career change which initially grew out of his eugenic interests (promoting "healthy marriages" between "fit" ...
... can dramatically reduce genetic diversity by severly limiting the number of reproducing individuals and make inbreeding more frequent. The founder
effect can cause rapid, individual-based speciation and is the most dramatic example of a population bottleneck.
... ) was an English explorer , statistician , anthropologist , creator of modern eugenics (he coined the term), investigator of the human mind, founder
of psychometrics, the science of measuring mental faculties.
Historiometry and statistics
He was born into the Darwin-Wedgwood family near ...
George Brown Goode
Carl L. Hubbs
David Starr Jordan
John Treadwell Nicholls - China , founder
John Richardson Norman
C. Tate Regan
Donn E. Rosen
Edwin C. Starks
... of California, Berkeley in 1973 .
He has been married four times (including his current marriage), and has two sons and one daughter. He is the founder
of the company Altermune, LLC .
Mullis holds several highly idiosyncratic views. In his 1998 essay collection Dancing ...
... Louis Pasteur . Johns Hopkins University Press, October 2000; ISBN 0-801-86529-8 . A biography in English.
Tiner, John Hudson: "Louis Pasteur: founder
of Modern Medicine". Mott Media, 1990; ISBN 0-88062-159-1 (paperback). A biography in English.
... -based population geneticist particularly interested in human population genetics.
... pressures and b) they independently undergo genetic drift ; particularly when one of the subpopulations is small (a scenario that leads to the " founder
effect "). This kind of speciation is evident in many vertebrates ' taxa . See also the issue of Ring species .
Another proposed mechanism of ...
... is Emile Durkheim 's The Elementary Forms of Religious Life . The theories of Kant and Durkheim also influenced Claude Lvi-Strauss , the founder
of anthropological structuralism . Lvi-Strauss wrote two important books on taxonomies: Totemism and The Savage Mind .
Such taxonomies as ...
... of evolutionary theory in the 1940s.
Desmond Morris ( ethology )
Thomas Say ( entomology )
E. O Wilson , b. 1929 , ( entomology , founder
of sociobiology )
Jakob van Uexkll (animal behavior, invertebrate zoology )
botany - the area of biology which studies ...