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  1. Ferdinand Cohn, in full Ferdinand Julius Cohn, (born January 24, 1828, Breslau, Silesia, Prussia [now Wrocław, Poland]—died June 25, 1898, Breslau), German naturalist and botanist known for his studies of algae, bacteria, and fungi. He is considered one of the founders of bacteriology. Cohn was born in the ghetto of Breslau, the first of three sons of a Jewish merchant. His father spared no ...

  2. Monomorphic theory, supported by Louis Pasteur, Rudolf Virchow, Ferdinand Cohn, and Robert Koch, emerged to become the dominant paradigm in modern medical science: it is now almost universally accepted that each bacterial cell is derived from a previously existing cell of practically the same size and shape.

  3. Pages in category "Converts to Christianity from Judaism" ... Leopold Cohn (Christian clergyman) ... David ibn Merwan al-Mukkamas; Ferdinand Moritz Delmar; Heinrich ...

  4. Ingenious definition, characterized by cleverness or originality of invention or construction: an ingenious machine. See more.

  5. 1875 In the publication Ueber Bakterien, Ferdinand Cohn discussed the role of microorganisms in the sequencing of elements in nature. In 1875, Cohn published for the first time an early classification of bacteria, using the genus name, Bacillus [2].

  6. Aug 16, 2022 · fungus, plural fungi, any of about 144,000 known species of organisms of the kingdom Fungi, which includes the yeasts, rusts, smuts, mildews, molds, and mushrooms. There are also many funguslike organisms, including slime molds and oomycetes (water molds), that do not belong to kingdom Fungi but are often called fungi. Many of these funguslike organisms are included in the kingdom Chromista ...

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