Russian Journal of Developmental Biology, Vol. 35, No. 5, 2004, pp. 323–325. Translated from Ontogenez, Vol. 35, No. 5, 2004, pp. 395–397. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2004 by Aspiz. HISTORY OF SCIENCE additional money. He was doing everything: drafting, drawing, preparing slides, and demonstrating them dur- ing lectures. He graduated from the university in 1913 with honors as a candidate of natural sciences in zoology, comparative anatomy, and physiology. He remained at the Department of Histology as a junior assistant. He needed to take care of his family, who moved to Mos- cow, and had to give lessons in chemistry, physics, and geography at private gymnasia for ﬁve years. At the same time, he worked very intensely at the department, where he became assistant professor and, in 1925, asso- ciate professor. When he was a second-year student, he attended a practicum at the Glubokoe ozero (Deep Lake) Biologi- cal Station, where he carried out some hydrobiological studies. In 1919 he was appointed the head of this sta- tion. Due to his efforts, this—the oldest—hydrobiolog- ical institution was preserved during years hard for the country. The scientiﬁc interests of Rumyantsev gradually deviated from hydrobiological problems and experi- mental biology
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