ADAPTED FOR LIVING ANIMALS IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT JUBILEE MEETING OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGISTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTRECHT (THE NETHERLANDS) IN NOVEMBER, 1985 On 8 November, 1985, a symposium was held at the University of Utrecht to mark three important events in the history of comparative physiology in The Netherlands: 70 years ago the founder of Dutch comparative physiology, Dr. H. J. Jordan, took up his appointment as Professor of Comparative Physiology at Utrecht University; 50 years ago the Laboratory of Comparative Physiology opened in the Jan van Galenstraat largely as a result of generous financial assistance received from the Rockefeller Foundation; the third event was the retire- ment of the Head of the Institute, Prof. Dr. F. J. Verheijen, the third generation leader in this particular field of Zoology. The Laboratory of Comparative Physiology has played a major role in the development of animal physiology in The Netherlands. It was students of JORDAN who initiated studies in this field at other univer- sities in our country and abroad. In addition to being a renowned experimenter Jordan was an influential philosopher. After World War II JORDAN was succeeded by Dr. S. DIJKGRAAF, a student of Prof. voN FRISCH. Under
Netherlands Journal of Zoology (in 2003 continued as Animal Biology) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1985
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