Sergei Rozanov Matveyevich( Famous Russian botanist)
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Biography Sergei Rozanov Matveyevich
(1840 - 70)
was in the late 1860's primarily a botanist at the St. Petersburg Botanical Garden and one of the founders of the St. Petersburg Society of Naturalists. Initial education in mitavskoy school, then enrolled at St. Petersburg University. At the end of the course (in 1863) was sent to the Ministry of State Property funds abroad, where he spent three years working in the botanical institutes in Germany and France. Here they were printed the first scientific study: "The crystals in the heart of Kerria japonica" in "Botan. Zeitung "(1865)," On the development of productive dust at Mimoseae ", in" Pringsheim's Jahrbucher "(1865)," Morphological rozyskaniya on embryology, in editions of the French Academy of Sciences for 1866. Upon his return to St. Petersburg in 1866, P. was determined first librarian since 1868 - primarily a botanist at the St. Petersburg Botanical Garden. Here the works of P. based physiological laboratory, a device that occupied him until his last days. R. lecturer of botany at the Technology and Mining Institute.