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Anaximander
-Greek
-Living creatures -> slime
-Humans -> other species that matured into self sufficiency
Baer
-German
-Mammalian egg in ovary and notochord
-Biogenetic law
Baltimore
-American
-Discovered enzyme
-Nobel Prize
Brown
-Scottish
-Impregnation of plants
-Living cells -> nucleus
-Brownian movement
Burbank
-American
-Improving food plants
-Burbank potato, new plums, berries
-Burbank rose, Shasta daisy
Burnet
-Australian
-Tolerance to antigen
Candolle
-Swiss botanist
-Classification of plants
-Elementary Theory of Botany
Crick
-English
-DNA, genetic code, double helix
Cuvier
-French
-Comparative anatomy and paleontology
-Animal classification
-Fish fossils
Darwin
-English
-Natural selection
-The Origin of Species
Delbruck
-German-born American
-Viruses: recombine genetic material
-Tried to create bacterial genetics
De Vries
-Dutch botanist, geneticist
-Heredity/variation in plants
Oobzhansky
-Russian-born American
-Genetic variability in a population is large
-Darwanian w/ Mendel's laws
Dubois
-Dutch
-Humanoid remains
-Java Man
Dulbecco
-Italian-born American
-Viruses -> cancerous cells
Dutrochet
-French
-Osmosis