Kliment Timiryazev

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Kliment Arkadievich Timiryazev

Kliment Arkadievich Timiryazev[1] (Russian: Климе́нт Арка́дьевич Тимиря́зев) (1843–1920) was a Russian botanist, physiologist. He founded a faculty of vegetable physiology and a laboratory at the Petrov Academy. Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Timiryazevskaya station of the Moscow Metro, and a lunar crater are named after him.


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