Gobi Christopher Yakovlevich( botanist, professor of St. Petersburg University)
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Biography Gobi Christopher Yakovlevich
Born in 1847, Mr.. He studied at the 5-th St. Petersburg High School, at the end of the course which entered the St. Petersburg Imperial University, the Natural Sciences Physics and Mathematics Department, where he graduated from the course a candidate in 1871. On behalf of the St. Petersburg Society of Naturalists Gobi has taken a number of research trips to the Gulf of Finland (1872, 1873, 1877, 1878 years) to explore the underwater flora of the bay, which remained until that time totally unknown. Obtained results published them in various scientific publications. In 1875, Mr.. Gobi studied the flora of the province of Novgorod, the results presented to them in the dissertation: "Influence of the Valdai Hills in the geographical distribution of plants in connection with an outline of the flora of the western part of the province of Novgorod" (St. Petersburg, 1876). In 1879, Mr.. Gobi approved an assistant professor in the department of botany, with instructions to read Department of spore plants and gymnosperms. In 1881, Mr.. for the Study on the algal flora of the White Sea and adjacent parts of the Arctic Ocean has a Ph.D in Botany. In 1886. published originally, together with Professor AN. Beketovym, Russia's first botanical magazine: "Botanical notes" (Scripta Botanica); from 1888. ordinary professor. Major works: "Observation of algae Chroolepus Ag." (Proceedings of III Congress of Russian naturalists and physicians in Kiev ", . 1871); "dark-colored algae Gulf" ( "Proceedings of the St. Petersburg Society of Naturalists" for 1874); "whelk, . Red algae or the Gulf "(" Proceedings of the St. Petersburg Society of Naturalists "for 1877)," On the development and systematic position of fungus Tubercularia persicina Ditm. "(" Proceedings of the St. Petersburg Society of Naturalists "for 1885)," On the a new form of rust fungi Caeoma cassandrae G. "(" Botanical notes ", . t,
. I, No.. I, St. Petersburg., 1886), "Peroniella Hyalothecae G. - New freshwater algae ( "Botanical notes", t. I, No.. II, 1887 and others).