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  1. Theodor Heinrich Boveri (12 October 1862 – 15 October 1915) was a German zoologist, comparative anatomist and co-founder of modern cytology. [1] He was notable for the first hypothesis regarding cellular processes that cause cancer, and for describing chromatin diminution in nematodes. [2]

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  2. Theodor Heinrich Boveri, (born October 12, 1862, Bamberg, Bavaria [Germany]—died October 15, 1915, Würzburg), German cytologist whose work with roundworm eggs proved that chromosomes are separate, continuous entities within the nucleus of a cell.

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  3. Theodor Heinrich Boveri (12 October 1862 – 15 October 1915) was a German zoologist, comparative anatomist and co-founder of modern cytology. [1] He was notable for the first hypothesis regarding cellular processes that cause cancer, and for describing chromatin diminution in nematodes. [2]

  4. Mar 3, 2011 · The Theodor Boveri Institute at Würzburg, which encompasses a number of key departments in developmental biology, genetics and other related fields, bears witness to Boveri’s profound impact on cytology, embryology and biology at large. His studies of chromosomal behavior paved the way for the current understanding of meiosis and fertilization.

  5. May 17, 2018 · Boveri was the second of four sons of Theodor Boveri, a physician descended from a family of Frankish origin, and Antonie Elssner Boveri. He attended school in Bamberg from 1868 to 1875, and the Realgymnasium in Nuremberg from 1875 to 1881.

  6. Theodor Boveri 1862-1915 German cytologist who proved that chromosomes are independent entities. Emphasizing that chromosomes are organized structures, he showed that each chromosome is responsible for certain hereditary characteristics.

  7. During this period, German embryologist Theodor Boveri took Flemming's findings to the next level by providing the first evidence that chromosomes of germ cell lineage provide continuity between...

  8. Jun 8, 2022 · In 1902, Theodor Boveri observed that proper embryonic development of sea urchins does not occur unless chromosomes are present. That same year, Walter Sutton observed the separation of chromosomes into daughter cells during meiosis.

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