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    Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli (26 or 27 March 1817 – 10 May 1891) was a Swiss botanist. He studied cell division and pollination but became known as the man who discouraged Gregor Mendel from further work on genetics .

  2. Karl Wilhelm von Nägeli, (born March 27, 1817, Kilchberg, Switz.—died May 10, 1891, Munich), Swiss botanist famous for his work on plant cells. Nägeli received his earliest training from the German nature-philosopher Lorenz Oken and later studied botany under Augustin Pyrame de Candolle at the University of Geneva.

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  3. Karl Wilhelm von Nägeli 1817-1891 Swiss botanist who studied plant cells. Nägeli identified structures later to be called chromosomes. He observed cell division and osmosis in algae. Nägeli introduced the idea of a group of plant cells, the meristem, always capable of division.

  4. THE death of Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli, on May 10, 1891, removes the last survivor of that distinguished group of botanists who, side by side with zoologists such as Schwann and Kölliker, laid,...

    • D. H. Scott
    • 1891
  5. The Works of Carl Von Nägeli | Nature Published: 25 November 1880 The Works of Carl Von Nägeli SYDNEY H. VINES Nature 23 , 78–80 ( 1880) Cite this article 709 Accesses 3 Citations Metrics...

    • Sydney H. Vines
    • 1880
  6. Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli (26 or 27 March 1817 – 10 May 1891) was a Swiss botanist. He studied cell division and pollination but became known as the man who discouraged Gregor Mendel from further work on genetics .

  7. www.esp.org › foundations › geneticsGM-LET - ESP

    Carl Nägeli. Genetics, 35(5, pt 2): 1–29. GREGOR MENDEL’S LETTERS TO CARL NÄGELI. 1866-1873 Translated by Leonie Kellen Piternick and George Piternick Department of Zoology, University of California, Berkeley, California I HIGHLY ESTEEMED SIR: The acknowledged pre-eminence your honor1 enjoys in the detection

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