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Aristotle

Aristotle

Aristotle

Aristotle

Leonardo Da Vinci

Hyeronymus Fabricius

Hyeronymus Fabricius

Bartolomeo Eustachius

Marcello Malpighi

William Harvey

William Harvey

William Harvey

Regnier de Graaf

Anton van Leeuwenhoek

Anton van Leeuwenhoek

Theodore Schwann

Theodore Schwann

Kaspar Friedrich Wolff

Christian Heinrich Pander

Karl Ernst von Baer

Heinrich Rathke

Rudolph Albert von Kölliker

August Weissmann

August Weissmann

Hans Speeman

Clicca e trascina

Formulated four laws of embryology

Diagrammed position of fetus

Wrote and published the first textbook on embryology

Cell theory

The Generation of Animals

Summarized first detailed description of placenta

Germ cell plasm theory

Observed spermatozoa ("animalcules") under the microscope

Blood islands

Described rathke's pouch, gill slits and gill arches

Embryonic induction

Meroblastic pattern of cleavage

Holoblastic pattern of cleavage

Detailed study of the ovary

Founded modern histology

Sperm and egg provides equal chromosomal contributions

First microscopic account of chick development

Studied reproduction in many plants and animals

Gross and comparative anatomy of dog and sheep embryos

Epigenesis

Studied and explained structure of chick blastoderm

Says that embryonic parts develop from tissues that have no counterpart in the adult organism

Preformation

Blastoderm

Comparative embryology