Arnold Lang

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Arnold Lang
Born 18 June 1855
Oftringen
Died 30 November 1914
Zurich
Resting place Oftringen
Nationality Swiss
Institutions University of Zurich

Arnold Lang (1855-1914) was a Swiss naturalist, a comparative anatomist and student of German biologist Ernst Haeckel.

In the autumn of 1891, a European fellowship for the best graduate in class enabled American experimental biologist Lilian Vaughan Morgan to go to Europe and study muscles in chitons at the University of Zurich with Arnold Lang. Norwegian biologist Kristine Bonnevie studied under Arnold Lang in Zürich in the years 1898-99. He also taught to philosopher Heinrich Schmidt.

Work[edit]

  • Lehrbuch der vergleichenden Anatomie der wirbellosen Thiere, 2 Tl., 1888-94
  • Beitrag zu einer Trophocöltheorie, 1903
  • Die experimentelle Vererbungslehre in der Zoologie seit 1900, 1914

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