MULLER Johann( German physiologist)
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Biography MULLER Johann
(1801-1858), German biologist. Born July 14, 1801 in Koblenz. He graduated from the University of Bonn (1822). Since 1824 - Assistant Professor, and since 1826 - Professor of Anatomy, University of Bonn. In 1833 took the place of professor of anatomy and director of the anatomical theater at Berlin University.
Muller spent observing the bodies of view and the sympathetic nervous system of invertebrates, has carried out several studies on the systematics of fishes, amphibians, birds. Widely used microscope. With it has studied the microscopic structure of connective, cartilage, bone tissue, kidney tissue in normal and pathological. His works are known to thin the structure and forms tumors.
Mueller described the human embryo at the early stages of development, investigated the process of respiration, opened the germinal moves that later in his honor were called 'Mц+llerovц¦ ducts'. Author of the textbook of human physiology (Handbuch der Physiologie des Menschen, 1834-1840), reprinted several times.
Mц+ller died in Berlin on April 28, 1858.