Correns, Carl Franz Joseph Erich (1864 - 1933)

January 2005
Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography;2005, p1
German botanist and geneticist. He can be credited for rediscovering the work of Austrian biologist Gregor Mendel and putting Mendelism back on the agenda in 1900, 16 years after gMendel's death.


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