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  1. Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried von Waldeyer-Hartz (6 October 1836 – 23 January 1921) was a German anatomist, known for summarizing neuron theory and for naming the chromosome. He is also remembered by anatomical structures of the human body which were named after him: Waldeyer's tonsillar ring [3] (the lymphoid tissue ring of the naso- and ...

  2. Jul 30, 2021 · Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried Waldeyer-Hartz (1836 – 1921) was a German anatomist. Recognised as one of the forefathers of Anatomical science, Waldeyer’s fascia and Waldeyer’s ring are 2 of his more well known eponyms. Waldeyer introduced the term ‘ chromosome ‘ and ‘ neuron ‘ to medical terminology. Controversially he published ...

    • The Neuron Theory
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    Weldeyer is honoured in the neurosciences as the founder, in 1891, of the so-called "neuron theory" and for coining the term "neuron" to describe the basic structural unit of the nervous system. To consolidate and postulate his theory, Waldeyer used the path-breaking discoveries by neuroanatomists (and later Nobel Prize winners) Camillo Golgi (1843...

    Waldeyer also studied the basophilic stained filaments which had been found to be the main constituents of chromatin, the material inside the cell nucleus, by his colleague of Kiel, Walther Flemming (1843-1905). Although its significance for genetics and for cell biology was still to be discovered, these filaments were known to be involved in the p...

    Über Karyokinese und ihre Beziehungen zu den Befruchtungsvorgängen. Archiv für mikroskopische Anatomie und Entwicklungsmechanik, 1888, 32: 1-122. Paper about mitosis and chromosomes.
    Ueber einige neuere Forschungen im Gebiete der Anatomie des Centralnervensystems. Deutsche medicinische Wochenschrift, Berlin, 1891: 17: 1213-1218, 1244-1246, 1287-1289, 1331-1332, 1350-1356. (Abou...
    W. von Waldeyer-Hartz: Lebenserinnerungen. Bonn, 1920; 2nd edition; Bonn, 1921; 3rd edition, 1922. His memoirs.

    ^ Cajal, S. Ramón y. (1954) Neuron theory or reticular theory: Objective evidence of the anatomical unity of nerve cells.Transl. MU Purkiss and CA Fox. Madrid:Consejo superior de investigaciones ci...

  3. Wilhelm von Waldeyer-Hartz. Heinrich Wilhelm Waldeyer, 1891. Wilhelm Waldeyer ist auf der Ehrentafel ehemaliger Schüler des Gymnasiums Theodorianum in Paderborn genannt. (Linke Seite, 3. Name von oben) Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried Waldeyer, ab 1917 von Waldeyer-Hartz, [1] (* 6. Oktober 1836 in Hehlen /Weser; † 23.

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  4. Biography. German anatomist, famous for consolidating the neuron theory of organization of the nervous system and for naming the chromosome. He is also remembered in two macroanatomical structures of the human body which were named after him: Waldeyer's tonsillar ring (the lymphoid tissue ring of the naso- and oropharynx) and Waldeyer's glands (of the eyelids).

  5. Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried von Waldeyer Hartz. Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried von Waldeyer Hartz ( Heheln, 6 ottobre 1836 – Berlino, 23 gennaio 1921) è stato un anatomista tedesco . Docente di anatomia all' università di Strasburgo e poi all' università di Berlino, è noto per aver coniato i termini cromosoma ( 1888) [1] e neurone ( 1891) [2].

  6. Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried Waldeyer named the chromosome in 1888 , and in 1891 he proposed the neuron theory of the nervous system. He was the son of Johann Gottfried Waldeyer, an estate manager, and Wilhelmine von Hartz, the daughter of a schoolteacher. He received his early education at Paderborn, then in 1856 entered the University of ...

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