By: T Heuss, KJ Partsch and M Boveri
440 pages, 9 figs
Biography of the German zoologist who founded the Zoological Research Station in Naples in 1872.
Contents: Editorial remarks.- The ancestors.- Youth and development.- The daring experiment.- The struggle for the project.- Security and accomplishment.- Postscript.- The house on Rione Amedeo.- Letters by Anton Dohrn.
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