Definition of Ferdinand julius cohn

1. Noun. German botanist who is generally recognized as founding bacteriology when he recognized bacteria as plants.

Exact synonyms: Cohn
Generic synonyms: Botanist, Phytologist, Plant Scientist

Lexicographical Neighbors of Ferdinand Julius Cohn

Fenwick-Hunner ulcer
Feodor Dostoevski
Feodor Dostoevsky
Feodor Dostoyevsky
Feodor Mikhailovich Dostoevski
Feodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky
Feodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky
Ferdinand I
Ferdinand II
Ferdinand III
Ferdinand Joseph La Menthe Morton
Ferdinand Julius Cohn
Ferdinand Magellan
Ferdinand V
Ferdinand Victor Eugene Delacroix
Ferdinand and Isabella
Ferdinand de Lesseps
Ferdinand de Saussure
Ferdinand the Catholic
Ferdinand the Great
Fere phenomenon
Ferenc Molnar
Fergus mac Róich

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 ..."

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