Russian Journal of Developmental Biology, Vol. 36, No. 6, 2005, pp. 402–403. Translated from Ontogenez, Vol. 36, No. 6, 2005, pp. 479–480. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2005 by Vassetzky. HISTORY OF SCIENCE Boris I. Balinsky—Life in Embryology Postscript to the Paper of Vladimir P. Korzh “Introduction of Boris Balinsky to Embryology” While preparing for my entrance examination in time to pass postgraduate examination in embryology embryology in 1962 (and I was trying to enter the post- (this was in 1965), we already had the Balinsky’s text- graduate school at the Severtsov Institute of Animal book in our laboratory. And I remember how, together Morphology under the guidance of Tatiana A. Dettlaff with another postgraduate student of our laboratory in the Filatov Laboratory of Experimental Embryology Vladimir Apekin, we hammered at this textbook for headed by Boris L. Astaurov), I was raking in books on several days. I was reading the English text in Russian, a shelf designated, if I am not mistaken, “general and Vladimir made notes and then we discussed what we experimental embryology” in the Institute’s library. had just read. And suddenly I came across of a book in a nondescript How come this textbook turned
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