Christian Pander Ivanovich( Paleontologist)
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Biography Christian Pander Ivanovich
At the end of the course in Tartu University, worked in Berlin and Wц+rzburg. In 1821 he was elected academician of the St. Petersburg Imperial Academy of Sciences, . but in 1827 left the title and received an official for special assignments for the academic part of the mountain with the department and remained in that position until his death in 1865,
. Duties P. is to process received by the department of paleontology collections, . which, together with collections, . personally collected, . brought him the material for a very valuable so far paleontological monographs, . among which are particularly outstanding balances his studies of Paleozoic fish,
. Portfolio P. and his contemporary Eichwald initiated paleontological study of Russia, why the two above-mentioned scholars rightly regarded as fathers of Russian Paleontology. From the works of P. important: "Beitrage zur Geognosie d. Russischen Reichs "(St. Petersburg, 1830)," Report on geognosticheskih studies by the St. Petersburg-Moscow railway "(" Mining Journal, 1846), "Monographie d. fossilen Fische d. silurischen Systems "(St. Petersburg, 1856)," Ueber die Plakodermen des devonischen Systems "(1857)," Ueber die Ctenopteridien d. devon. Systems "(1858)," Ueber die Saurodipterien, Dendrodonten und Cheirolepiden d. devon. Systems "(1860)," On geognosticheskih studies produced by deflect the ridge of the Urals ".
In the third supplementary volume of the Encyclopedic Dictionary "Brockhaus and Efron also contains the following text. Pander (Christian Ivanovich) - an outstanding Russian scientist, was born in the Baltic region, died in 1865, studied at Dorpat, and then from 1814 to 1817, Mr.. worked in Berlin and Wц+rzburg, from 1821 to 1827, Mr.. was a member of the Imperial Academy of Sciences, traveled to Central Asia, then served in the Department of Mining. Pander famous in particular for his research on the embryonic development of the chicken, which significantly enriched the theory established by Baer ( "Beitrage zur Entwicklungsgeschichte des Huhnchens im Ei", Wurzburg, 1817). Also Pander wrote another very valuable work on the osteology, . Geology and Palaeontology, . incidentally, . following: "Beitrage zur Geognosie des Russischen Reichs" (St. Petersburg, . 1830); "Monographie der fossilen Fische des silurischen Systems des Russisch-Baltischen Gouvernements" (St. Petersburg, . 1856); "Die vergleichende Osteologie" (together with d'Altonom, . 2 hours, . with 103 tables., . Bonn, . 1821 - 1831) and others,
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