Ernst Haeckel. Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel ( German: [ɛʁnst ˈhɛkl̩]; 16 February 1834 – 9 August 1919 ) was a German zoologist, naturalist, eugenicist, philosopher, physician, professor, marine biologist and artist. He discovered, described and named thousands of new species, mapped a genealogical tree relating all life ...
- Zoology, Natural History, Eugenics, Philosophy, Marine Biology
- Linnean Medal (1894), Darwin–Wallace Medal (Silver, 1908)
- Recapitulation theory
- Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Charles Darwin, August Schleicher
Feb 12, 2023 · Ernst Haeckel, in full Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel, (born Feb. 16, 1834, Potsdam, Prussia [Germany]—died Aug. 9, 1919, Jena, Ger.), German zoologist and evolutionist who was a strong proponent of Darwinism and who proposed new notions of the evolutionary descent of human beings.
- Gloria Robinson
Nov 1, 2017 · ‘Haeckel (1834-1919) was a scientist, philosopher, physician, professor. He coined many words in biology that we still use today, such as ecology, phylum and stem cell. Haeckel was outstanding...
Aug 3, 2019 · Born in Germany in 1834, Ernst Haeckel studied medicine at the University of Berlin and graduated in 1857. While he was a student, his professor Johannes Müller, took him on a summer field trip to observe small sea creatures off the coast of Heligoland in the North Sea, sparking his life-long fascination for natural forms and biology.
Dec 16, 2019 · The German zoologist Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919) was arguably the most influential champion of Darwin's theory of evolution on the European continent and one of the most significant worldwide. As his biographer Robert Richards emphasized: "More people at the turn of the century learned of evolutionary … Ernst Haeckel in the history of biology
- Georgy S. Levit, Uwe Hossfeld
Dec 23, 2005 · 1. Introduction. The term “ecology” was coined by the German zoologist, Ernst Haeckel, in 1866 to describe the “economies” of living forms.  The theoretical practice of ecology consists, by and large, of the construction of models of the interaction of living systems with their environment (including other living systems). 
May 3, 2014 · Ernst Haeckel studied animals and evolution in Germany from 1834 to 1919. He proposed the biogenetic law while working at the University of Jena in Jena, Germany, in his 1866 book Generelle Morphologie der Organismen [ General Morphology of the Organisms ].