Definition of Ferdinand julius cohn
1. Noun. German botanist who is generally recognized as founding bacteriology when he recognized bacteria as plants.
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Literary usage of Ferdinand julius cohn
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1898)
"ferdinand julius cohn, professor of botany in the University of Breslau since 1859, June 25, aged 70 years. — J. Gallois, entomologist, at DeVille les Rouen ..."
2. A New Guide to the Collections in the Library of the American Philosophical by J. Stephen Catlett (1987)
"... translation of ferdinand julius cohn s book, Bacteria: the Smallest of Living Organisms (1881). Accessioned, 1977. (B/D695) 306. ..."
3. Jewish Achievement by Mendel Silber (1910)
"In botany there are few men who have investigated more thoroughly or experimented and examined more successfully than ferdinand julius cohn, whose inquiries ..."