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Wolff

 (vôlf), Kaspar Friedrich 1733-1794.
German anatomist who did pioneering work in embryology and advocated the theory of epigenesis.
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Wolff

(vɔlf)

n.
Kaspar Friedrich, 1733–94, German anatomist and physiologist.
Wolff′i•an, adj.
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