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 (dŭb-zhăn′skē), Theodosius Grigorevich 1900-1975.
Russian-born American biologist whose synthesis of population genetics with natural history in Genetics and the Origin of Species (1937), based on his studies of fruit flies in the wild, is considered a milestone in the development of modern evolutionary biology.

Dobzhansky

(dɒbˈʒænskɪ)
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(Biography) Theodosius. 1900–75, US biologist, born in Russia, noted for work on evolution and genetic variation
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Para Theodosius Dobzhansky la respuesta a esta cuestion era muy sencilla: "la mayor parte de los biologos .
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Lo hara en compania de autores tan variopintos como Austin, Bakhtin, Baldwin, Baltes, Bandura, Bartlett, Bateson, Benedict, Berger y Luckman, Boas, Bourdieu, Bruner, Campbell, Cela Conde, Childe, Chomsky, Cole, Cosmides y Tooby, Dawkins, de Waal, Deleuze y Guattari, Dennett, Dobzhansky, Durkheim, Edelman, Fodor, Foucault, Geertz, Giddens, Goodall, Gould, Haeckel, Haraway, Harlow, Ingold, Jablonka, Jahoda, Karmiloff-Smith, Levi-Strauss, Lorenz, Margulis, Maturana, Mayr, Mead, Morin, Oyama, Piaget, Tomasello o Vigotsky, por citar solo algunos.
The first edition, reviewed in the March 2008 issue of this journal by Owen Gingerich, focused on eight figures: Arie Leegwater on Charles Coulson, Jitse van der Meer on Theodosius Dobzhansky, James Moore on Ronald Fisher, Peter Bowler on Julian Huxley, Richard Beyler on Pascual Jordan, Torsten Ruting on Ivan Pavlov, Edward Davis on Michael Pupin, and Mark Stoll on Edward Wilson.
Hunziker, at Buenos Aires University, in which Michael White, Francisco Saez, Theodosius Dobzhansky and Bruce Wallace enjoy a good time in Japan.
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Ese y otros trabajos realizados junto con Theodosius Dobzhansky, en la universidad de Columbia, Nueva York, primero, y en la de California en Davis, mas tarde, hacen de Francisco Ayala uno de los enormes cientificos que construyeron el paradigma neo-darwinista.