Terekhovskaya Martin Matveyevich( prominent Russian biologist and physician)
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Biography Terekhovskaya Martin Matveyevich
(1740-1796 gg.) - A prominent Russian biologist and physician, one of the first researchers microscopists. After graduating from the Kiev Theological Academy and St. Petersburg General Hospital (1765) he worked until 1770, Mr.. physician, while at the Botanical Gardens on Aptekarsky island, then studied at the University of Strasbourg, where in 1775. doctorate. In St. Petersburg, has worked as a professor of pharmacology, pathology and practical medicine in the Kronstadt Naval Hospital, since 1780, Mr.. - A lecturer in anatomy at the St. Petersburg hospital, with 1783. - Was awarded the title of professor. Courses taught botany, chemistry and pharmacognosy, was director of the Botanical Garden. His dissertation "De chao infusorio Linnaei" (Argentorati, 1775) in the Russian translation was published in a book with. L. Sobol "History of the microscope and microscopic studies in Russia in the eighteenth century" (Moscow-Leningrad, 1949).