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  1. Eduard Adolf Strasburger (1 February 1844 – 18 May 1912) was a Polish - German [1] professor and one of the most famous botanists of the 19th century. He discovered Mitosis in Plants Contents 1 Life 2 Achievements 3 Awards 4 Family 5 Works 6 See also 7 Notes 8 References 9 External links Life [ edit]

  2. Eduard Adolf Strasburger, (born Feb. 1, 1844, Warsaw, Pol., Russian Empire [now in Poland]—died May 18, 1912, Bonn, Ger.), German plant cytologist who elucidated the process of nuclear division in the plant kingdom. Strasburger was educated at the universities of Paris, Bonn, and Jena, where he received a Ph.D. in 1866.

  3. Eduard Strasburger, director of the Botany Institute and the Botanical Garden at the University of Bonn from 1881 to 1912, was one of the most admirable scientists in the field of plant biology, not just as the founder of modern plant cell biology but in addition as an excellent teacher who strongly believed in "education through science."

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  4. STRASBURGER, EDUARD (1844–1912), German botanist and one of the founders of modern plant cytology. Strasburger, born in Warsaw, was made director of the Botanical Institute at Jena in 1869, and two years later, when only 27 years of age, was appointed full professor there. In 1880 he became professor at Bonn, where he worked until his death.

  5. Eduard Strasburger "Science is a constant flow" The plant scientist wrote one of the best known textbooks on plant sciences already many decades ago. The book is still being published today. But the findings of Eduard Strasburger once were fiercely dabated and some of them proven more than 60 years after their first publication. Bible for Botanists

  6. STRASBURGER, EDUARD ADOLF ( b. Warsaw, Poland, 1 February 1844; d. Poppelsdorf, Germany, 19 May 1912) botany, plant cytology. Strasburger, who clarified the phenomena of cell division and the role of the nucleus and chromosomes in heredity, was born in Warsaw, when the city was under Russian rule.

  7. Eduard Strasburger. Eduard Strasburger. Eduard Adolf Strasburger (1 February 1844 in Warsaw – 19 May 1912 in Bonn) was a German professor who was one of the most famous botanists of the 19th century. In 1868 he taught at the University of Warsaw. In 1869 Strasburger was appointed professor of botany at the University of Jena.

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