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Haeckel's ABC of evolution and development
TLDR
Haeckel's work is re‐examine and he is seen as the father of a sequence‐based phylogenetic embryology, and his embryo drawings are important as phylogenetic hypotheses, teaching aids, and evidence for evolution.
The Lecanoralean Centrum
TLDR
The Lecanorales are considered to be the typical lichenized discomycetes, including most of the lichen families with fruit bodies in the form of apothecia, and the majority of the large fruticose lichens belong to this group.
The revolutionary developmental biology of Wilhelm His, Sr.
TLDR
The embryologist Wilhelm His, Sr. was the first scientist to study embryos using paraffin histology, serial sectioning and three-dimensional modelling and his work has potential importance to the disciplines of evolutionary developmental biology and mechanobiology.
[Wilhelm His, Sr., and the development of paraffin embedding. German version].
TLDR
It is suggested that the pathologist Edwin Klebs is likely to have discovered and perfected infiltration embedding with paraffin wax but did not publish a complete protocol.
Wilhelm His Sr. and the development of paraffin embedding
TLDR
It is suggested that the pathologist Edwin Klebs is likely to have discovered and perfected infiltration embedding with paraffin wax but did not publish a complete protocol.