Who Are The Famous Foreign Biologist?


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Meg Hayes Profile
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There are several biologists in the world who have made tremendous contributions to the field of biological sciences. Below are some biologists who were born outside of the United States who are famous for their work.

• Ivan Pavlov was a Russian physicist well known for his studies on the digestive system and the circulation of the blood. Pavlov was also renowned in the field of psychology for his research on operant conditioning. The study of 'Pavlov's Dogs' is still studied today. He discovered that dog's salivated when they saw food, and so trained them to become accustomed to hearing the sound of a bell when there was found. Eventually, he had trained them to salivate at the sound of a bell ringing, even when there was no food. This research also had an influence on popular culture as the phrase 'Pavlov's Dog' is now used to talk about someone who reacts without thinking critically.
• Hans Adolf Krebs was a German biochemist and Doctor. His most famous discoveries are the citric acid cycle and the urea cycle, which are not considered to be two of the most important metabolic cycles that our body undergoes. The citric acid cycle is also known as the Krebs Cycle which is the name commonly used in schools shows the steps of metabolic chemical reactions that occur and allow cells to produce energy. This discovery won him the Nobel Prize in 1953.
• Carl Linnaeus, also known as Carl von Linné, was a zoologists, botanist and physician originally from Sweden. Not only did he write the basics for modern binomial nomenclature, he is also considered to be the founding father of the modern method of taxonomy, which refers to the system of naming new species. His book 'Systema Naturae' is his most famous work.

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1. Enrico Fermi (29 September 1901 – 28 November 1954) was an Italian physicist who:
  • Invented the nuclear reactor
  • Made important dicoveries about the atom which later lead to the splitting of atoms (atomic bombs) and using it as an energy source (nuclear energy)
2. Michael Faraday (22 September 1791 – 25 August 1867 was an English physicist who made a vast contribution in the field on electrical engineering:
  • He bulit the first electric motor
  • He also bulit the first generator and transformer
3. Joseph J. Thompson (18 December 1856 – 30 August 1940) was a British physicist who:
  • Discovered the electron
  • Developed the mathematical theory if electricity and magnetism
4.  Sir Isaac Newton (4 January 1643 – 31 March 1727 [OS: 25 December 1642 – 20 March 1727]) is one of the most eminent scientist of his time who:
  • Developed calculus
  • Developed theory of universal gravitation
5. Neils Bohr was a Danish physicist who contributions to science comprise:
  • He developed the Bohr model of the atom.
  • He developed the correspondence principle, the basic tool of old quantum theory.
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Robert Brown- he discovered that the center part of the cell is called nucleus.

Aristotle- Father of biology, he study different plants and animals.

Anton Van Leeuwenhock- he improved the light of microscope.

Carolous Von Linneaus- Father of taxonomy, he classified different plants and animals.

Robert Hooke- He discovered that cork have cells.

Gregor Mendel- Father of Genetics, he study about heredity.
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Charles darwin,published the origin of species.
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Louis Pasteur he discovered the germ theory and pasteurisation, but aristotle is the father of biology.
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Robert hooke
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Alexander fleming-english physician and bactertologist he worked with antibacterial subtances and named 'lysozym'

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