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 Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The son of a judge, Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg was born in Delitzsch, near Leipzig.
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg ( April 19, 1795 – June 27, 1876), German naturalist, zoologist, comparative anatomist, geologist, and microscopist, was one of the most famous and productive scientists of his time.
Ehrenberg was appointed professor of medicine at Berlin University in 1827.
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 Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg - Wikipedia
Literatur von und über Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg im Katalog der DDB
Ehrenberg wurde als Sohn eines Richters in Delitzsch, in der Nähe von Leipzig geboren.
Ehrenberg hatte ab 1827 eine Professur für Medizin an der Berliner Universität inne.
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 Porträt: Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg
Danach plante Christian Ehrenberg gemeinsam mit seinem Freund und Zoologen Wilhelm Hemprich (1796–1825) eine längere Reise durch verschiedene Gebiete der Erde, um vergleichende Untersuchungen vornehmen zu können.
Doch bevor diese Schriften erschienen, hatte Christian Ehrenberg 1829 gemeinsam mit dem Mineralogen Gustav Rose Gelegenheit, Alexander von Humboldt auf seiner neunmonatigen Reise quer durch Rußland zum Ural über Sibirien bis hin zum Altai zu begleiten.
Christian Ehrenberg, der in der Französischen Straße 29 wohnte, starb 81jährig am 27.
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 AAAS - History and Archives
George Bancroft, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Confederation of Northern Germany, with the request that he present the same to Dr. Ehrenberg, in the name of this Association, on the occasion of his Jubilaeum, on the 5
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 AASP History Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg had been born on 19th April 1795 at Delitzsch, in the Electorate of Saxony (then an independent state).
Nevertheless, Ehrenberg's establishment of a first classification for the Infusoria was a major step forward in biology; and it enabled him to embark with confidence on the studies of their remains in sediments and rocks.
Ehrenberg had no heart to continue on alone; he took ship north again to the Egyptian port of Quseir (Kosseir) and crossed the desert by camel to El Gtza (Gizeh), himself ill with fever during much of what must have been a nightmare journey.
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Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg, German naturalist, mid 19th century.
Ehrenberg (1795-1876) was a professor at Berlin from 1839 and was a friend of the famous scientist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt.
Ehrenberg also discovered that phosphorescence in the sea is caused by living organisms.
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 Wilhelm Hemprich - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was in Berlin that he became friends with Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg, the two men sharing an interest in natural history.
In 1820 Hemprich and Ehrenberg were invited to serve as naturalists on an expedition to Egypt.
Hemprich was born in the Prussian town of Glatz (now Klodzko, Poland) and studied medicine at Breslau and Berlin.
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 Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg - Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre et gratuite
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg ( 19 avril 1795 - 27 juin 1876), est un naturaliste, zoologiste, spécialiste en anatomie comparée et en microscopie allemand.
Ehrenberg est nommé professeur de médecine à l' université de Berlin en 1827.
Avant que Ehrenberg ne fasse ses études on ne sait pas que des masses considérables de roches sont composées d'espèces minuscules d' animaux ou de plantes.
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 museum of naturalhistory berlin mainpage : palaeontology : Ehrenberg Collection
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (1795 - 1876) was one of the most famous and productive scientists of his day.
At Humboldt's recommendation, Ehrenberg traveled on a multiyear scientific expedition to themid-east, where he collected thousands of specimens of plants and animals, many of which are still stored in the MfN inthe Institute for Zoology.
On Ehrenberg's death in 1876, his collections of microscopic organisms were deposited in the Museum für Naturkunde.
www.museum.hu-berlin.de /pal/microp/ehrenmp.asp?lang=1

  
 AlgaTerra Information System - Ehrenberg Collection
The Ehrenberg Collection holds the scientific legacy of Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (1795-1876), generally considered to be one of the founders of both microbiology and micropaleontology.
Ehrenberg was one of the most taxonomically prolific of all scientists, and the type specimens for several thousand algal species and several hundred algal genera are present in the collection.
Experience in working with the collection has shown that the majority of all type material is indeed present in the collection, but the current indices to the collection, prepared by Ehrenberg’s daughter Clara, are not sufficient for modern research needs.
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 HiN 7 E. Weigl - Acclimatization: The Schomburgk brothers in South Australia
[5] Otto Schomburgk to Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg, 25.
The first is addressed to Alexander von Humboldt, the second to Heinrich Wilhelm Dove [1], and the third to Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg [2], a widely-travelled naturalist and professor in Berlin, whom Otto refers to as his teacher.
[2] Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (1795-1876) German naturalist, born in Delitzsch in Prussian Saxony.
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 Serebella: Index - Christian Dietrich Grabbe to Christian III of Denmark
Christian Dietrich Grabbe to Christian III of Denmark
Serebella: Index - Christian Dietrich Grabbe to Christian III of Denmark
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 Christian
Christian, as a masculine name ( Christina having become the common feminine form) was revived in the 19th and 20th centuries in the English world, becoming quite popular.
Christian is an English vocabulary word for someone belonging to the Christian religion.
Christian first appeared in England circa 1200, but it has traditionally never been popular there as a masculine name.
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 Botany online: MIRROR SITE: Chronology - Historical Developments - Biological Sciences
Christian Friedrich Nasse formulated Nasse's law: hemophilia occurs only in males and is passed on by unaffected females.
Gottfried Treviranus and Jean Baptiste de Lamarck independently broadened the meaning of biology to include the study of all living things.
Ludolf Christian Treviranus asserted that spermatozoa were analogous to the pollen of plants.
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 The Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography: Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried (1795-1876)@ HighBeam Research
The Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography: Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried (1795-1876)@ HighBeam Research
Born in the small city of Delitzsch, near Leipzig, on 19 April 1795, Ehrenberg was the son of a municipal magistrate.
From the age of 14 Ehrenberg received a classical-philological education at a Protestant...
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 Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried --  Encyclopædia Britannica
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Ehrenberg studied at the University of Berlin (M.D., 1818) and was associated with the university throughout his career.
U.S. jazz musician Charlie Christian was one of the first guitarists to produce improvised pieces using electrically amplified equipment.
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 19 avril - Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre et gratuite
1795  : Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg naturaliste, zoologiste, spécialiste en anatomie comparée et en microscopie allemand.
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 1876 - Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre et gratuite
27 juin  : Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg naturaliste, zoologiste, allemand, (° 1795).
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 Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried - Antiquarische, gebrauchte und vergriffene Bücher.
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (1795-1876), deutscher Naturforscher, Afrika- und Asien-Reisender, weit mehr bekannt du rch seine naturgeschichtlichen Reisen in Nordafrika, Syrien und Arabien, ist auch der Bahnbrecher der Mikrobiologie.
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg "wurde am 19.April 1795 zu Delitzsch geboren und starb am 27.Juni 1876 zu Berlin als Geheimer Medicinalrath und ordentlicher Professor der dortigen medicinischen Facultät."/"Er ist den bedeutendsten Naturforschern unseres Jahrhunderts zuzurechnen, wenn auch noch bei seinen Lebzeiten so manche seiner Forschungen theils angegriffen, theils überholt worden sind.
Januar 1848 gehalten von Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg, als vorsitzenden Sekretar.
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 June 27
Death of Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg in Berlin, Germany.
Ehrenberg was the biologist who founded the science of micropaleontology.
A long time foe of Prussia, he was able to shift European alliances and, for a time, virtually isolate Prussia.
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 EHRENBERG, Christian Gottfried, Symbolae Physicae seu Icones et Descriptiones corporum naturalium novorum aut minus cognitorum quae ex itineribus per Libyam Aegyptum Nubiam Dongalam Syriam Arabiam et Habessiniam... Pars Zoologica I. [Mammalia].
EHRENBERG, Christian Gottfried, Symbolae Physicae seu Icones et Descriptiones corporum naturalium novorum aut minus cognitorum quae ex itineribus per Libyam Aegyptum Nubiam Dongalam Syriam Arabiam et Habessiniam...
EHRENBERG, Christian Gottfried Symbolae Physicae seu Icones et Descriptiones corporum naturalium novorum aut minus cognitorum quae ex itineribus per Libyam Aegyptum Nubiam Dongalam Syriam Arabiam et Habessiniam...
It was however fraught with tragedy and Ehrenberg was the only survivor of the original nine members.
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 USC Hancock Collection Short Title List, 1800-1849 - E
Ehrenberg, Christian Gottfried (1795-1876) Die Corallenthiere des Rothen Meeres physiologisch untersucht und systematisch verzeichnet...
Later works of Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg can be found here.
Elliott, Stephen (1771-1830) A sketch of the botany of South-Carolina and Georgia.
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 Ehrenberg -- Ehrenberg ist der Name der Gemeinde Ehrenberg (Rhön) im Land...
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 Robert Remak (www.whonamedit.com)
Remak also studied under Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (1795-1876) and Johann Lukas Schönlein (1893-1864).
Both Müller and Ehrenberg allowed him to use their microscopes and otherwise assisted him in the independent research that he began while he was still an undergraduate.
This research was given direction by Ehrenberg's observations on invertebrate ganglion cells and nerve fibres and by a remark by Müller suggesting the still unproven existence of extremely fine primitive fibrils within the nerve fibre.
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Christianity took root on the Malabar coast of India (now Kerala) in the first century AD around the seven churches...
Branches of the Church of Christ, Scientist normally maintain a Christian Science Reading Room in their community where the public can study, borrow, o...
descendants of Jews who were forced to adopt the identity of Christians.
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 AWI: BAH: geschichte
One the first major discoveries to be made here, by Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg in 1835, concerned the phenomenon of marine phosphorescence, which was found to be caused by Noctiluca scintillans, a species of microscopically fine dinoflagellates.
Helgoland, with its lush diversity of marine life, attracted many leading scientists to this rocky, red-tinged island as far back as the 1830s.
Ten years later, Johannes Müller became the first to use a fine-meshed net, pulled along behind his boat, and discover the wonderful world of plankton.
www.awi-bremerhaven.de /BAH/history.html

  
 27. Juni - Wikipedia
1876- Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg, deutscher Biologe und Zoologe
1644 - Christian Ernst Markgraf zu Bayreuth, toleranter Landesherr
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 List of biologists - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg, (1795-1876), German biologist and microscopist
Christian Gottfried Daniel Nees von Esenbeck, (1776-1858), German botanist and zoologist
Johann Christian Daniel von Schreber (1739-1810), German naturalist
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 european rotifers
Other early work includes that of Louis Joblot (1645-1723), Otto Friderich Müller (1730-1784), Bory de St. Vincent (1778-1846), Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (1795-1876), Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895), C.T. Hudson (1828-1903), and P.H. Gosse (1810-1888)--the latter two published their important work "The Rotifera or Wheeled Animalcules" in 1886.
The study of rotifers began with the microscopist Anthony van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723); he is credited with their discovery and, in his long series of letters to the Royal Society in London (Dobell, 1960), was their first true student.
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