Soviet biologists: Trofim Lysenko, Israel Gelfand, Nikolay Timofeev-Ressovsky, Ken Alibek, Zhores Medvedev, Nikolai Vavilov, List of Russian ... Mikhail Chumakov, Vladimir Sukachev

9781156868461: Soviet biologists: Trofim Lysenko, Israel Gelfand, Nikolay Timofeev-Ressovsky, Ken Alibek, Zhores Medvedev, Nikolai Vavilov, List of Russian ... Mikhail Chumakov, Vladimir Sukachev

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 27. Chapters: Trofim Lysenko, Israel Gelfand, Nikolay Timofeev-Ressovsky, Ken Alibek, Zhores Medvedev, Nikolai Vavilov, List of Russian biologists, Alexander Oparin, Vladimir Pavlovich Efroimson, Olga Lepeshinskaya, Mikhail Chumakov, Vladimir Sukachev, Kirill Eskov, Nikolai Koltsov, Alexey Bystrow, Vladimir Pasechnik, Georgii Karpechenko, Pyotr Shirshov, Alexey Olovnikov, David Moiseevich Novogrudskiy, Nikolay Dubinin, Augusts Kirhenšteins, Andrey Belozersky. Excerpt: Nikolaj Vladimirovich Timofeev-Resovskij (Russian: ; September 20 1900 - March 28, 1981) was a Soviet biologist. He conducted research in radiation genetics, experimental population genetics, and microevolution. His work was of special importance to Soviet biology because it stood in direct opposition to the damage done by Lysenkoism, while his life was highlighted by scientific achievements in the face of severe personal hardship. His life was described by Daniil Granin in the novel Zubr. He was Director of the Genetics Division as the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Brain Research in the 1930s, where he received direct funding for his research from the Third Reich, who praised him as one of the world's best geneticists and trusted him because he was an opponent of Communism. His department of genetics in Nazi Berlin was also described in a novel by Elly Welt, Berlin Wild; although fictional names were used, the characters are recognizable. Nikolaj Vladimirovich Timofeev-Resovski, began his university education from 1916 to 1917 at the Moscow City People's University named after A. L. Shanyavskij. From 1917 to 1922, he studied at the First Moscow State University. The First World War and the consequences of the Russian Revolution of 1917 interrupted his education for periods of time. At the outbreak of the Russian Civil War, Timofeev-Resovskij was a follower of the an...

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