Vavilov


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Vavilov

(ˈvævɪˌlɒf)
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(Biography) Nikolai Ivanovich. 1887–?1943, Soviet plant geneticist, noted for his research into the origins of cultivated plants. His findings were regarded as contrary to official ideology and he was arrested (1940), dying in a labour camp
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Legal Department of the Government of Sevastopol, Mikhail Vavilov said: "Certain deputies, including the Chairman of the Legislative Assembly, believe that the draft law establishes some additional restrictions, not before discerned by the Federal Law No.
Dr Nikolai Dzyubenko, the director of the Nikolai Vavilov All-Russia Institute of Plant Genetic Resources [VIR], told TASS, "We have an agreement with the Global Crop Diversity Trust, which operates the vault, to transfer for deposit there the doublets of seed plant collections.
one; Valery Vavilov, CEO of Bitfury; Charles Hoskinson, co-founder of Ethereum; Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of Ripple; Barry Silbert, CEO of Digital Currency Group; Vitalik Buterin, creator of Ethereum; Tim Draper of Draper Associates; and CEO of Dunamu Song Chi-Hyung.
Characterization of resistance to Globodera rostochiensis pathotype Ro1 in cultivated and wild potato species accessions from the Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry.
Vavilov traveled to Afghanistan in 1924, and encountered all phases of domestication--wild, weedy, and cultivated.
A member of the Central Committee, president of the All-Union Geographical Society, and a recipient of the Lenin Prize, Vavilov encountered the young agrobiologist Trofim Lysenko and at the time encouraged him in his work.
Weisfeld (Senior Researcher, Chief Specialist of Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, she is the author of three cultivars of wheat and also a member of Vavilov Society of Genetics and Breeders).
It includes correspondence and interview recordings with hundreds of seminal figures in the field such as Emmett Leith at the University of Michigan and Yuri Denisyuk of the Vavilov Institute in St Petersburg.
Vavilov Institute for the History of Science and Technology
A common story is told about Nikolay Vavilov, considered to be the "father of modern seed banks," who tried to end famine, but died of starvation.
Esta obra, cuya redaccion se inicio a finales de la decada de 1930, es un trabajo postumo de Nikolai Ivanovich Vavilov (Moscu 1887-Saratov 1943), el gran botanico, geografo, agronomo y genetista vegetal ruso, al que debemos la interpretacion de la cuna geografica de las plantas cultivadas, gracias a su teoria sobre los 'centros de origen' de las especies utiles que constituyen el objeto principal de la agricultura (Vavilov, 1951, 1991; Nabhan, 2009).
Part 3 examines writing about ethnobiology for broad audiences, looking at the work of writers including Guadalupe Lopez Blanco, Paul Martin, and Nikolay Vavilov.