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  1. Erich Tschermak, Edler von Seysenegg (15 November 1871 – 11 October 1962) was an Austrian agronomist who developed several new disease-resistant crops, including wheat-rye and oat hybrids. He was a son of the Moravia-born mineralogist Gustav Tschermak von Seysenegg. His maternal grandfather was the botanist, Eduard Fenzl, who taught Gregor Mendel botany during his student days in Vienna .

  2. Erich Tschermak von Seysenegg. 1871-1962. Austrian botanist who was one of three scientists to re-introduce Gregor Mendel's laws of heredity. Erich Tschermak von Seysenegg completed his doctorate at the University of Halle, then spent several years working at various seed-breeding institutions.

  3. Erich von Tschermak-Seysenegg (1871-1962) Erich von Tschermak-Seysenegg was born in Vienna, Austria. His father was a well-known mineralogist, and his maternal grandfather was the famous botanist, Eduard Fenzl, who taught Gregor Mendel at one point. He studied agriculture at the University of Vienna, and worked on a farm to gain practical agricultural experience.

  4. Erich Tschermak, seit 1906 Tschermak Edler von Seysenegg, seit 1919 ohne Adelsattribute (* 15. November 1871 in Wien; † 11. Oktober 1962 ebenda), war ein österreichischer Pflanzenzüchter, Genetiker und Botaniker. Sein Vater war der Mineraloge Gustav Tschermak, der 1906 in den erblichen Adelsstand erhoben wurde, seine Mutter war eine Tochter des Botanikers Eduard Fenzl, sein älterer Bruder der Physiologe Armin Tschermak.

  5. Prof. Dr.Dr.h.c.mult. Erich von Tschermak-Seysenegg (Fig. 1) was the second Austrian scientist after Mendel who again detected the laws of inheritance by looking for the occurrence of xenia in pea crossings and the first plant breeder who purposely applied the combination of genes as a scientific method to improve the agronomic characters and therefore the efficiency of cultivated plants in practical plant breeding.

  6. Erich von Tschermak-Seysenegg (15 November 1871 – October 11 1962) was an Austrian botanist . Von Tschermak is one of three men – the others were Hugo de Vries and Carl Correns – who were credited with independently rediscovering Gregor Mendel 's work on genetics. Von Tschermak published his findings in June 1900.

  7. The contribution of Erich von Tschermak-Seysenegg (1871-1962) to the beginning of classical genetics is a matter of dispute. The aim of this study is to analyse, based on newly accessible archive materials, the relevance of his positions and theoretical views in a debate between advocates of early Mendelian explanation of heredity and proponents of biometry, which took place in England around 1901-1906.

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