Adapted for Living Animals in Their Environment

Adapted for Living Animals in Their Environment 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 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Netherlands Journal of Zoology (in 2003 continued as Animal Biology) Brill

Adapted for Living Animals in Their Environment

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Brill
Copyright
© 1985 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0028-2960
eISSN
1568-542X
D.O.I.
10.1163/002829686X00090
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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

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Netherlands Journal of Zoology (in 2003 continued as Animal Biology)Brill

Published: Jan 1, 1985

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