Russian Journal of Ecology Vol, 31, No. 4, 2000, pp. 220-223. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 4, 2000, pp. 244-247. Original Russian Text Copyright 9 2000 by GIowv. N. V. Glotov Mari State University, pl. Lenina 1, loshkar Ola, 424000 Russia Received February 20, 2000 The world outlook of a scientist who greatly con- of crossing over (its key componen0. In the early 1920s, tributed to the development of a certain scientific field this was a well-substantiated and generally accepted the- during his long life is an extremely complex phenome- ory, and Drosophila became a classical object of genetic non. There is no doubt that it is based on the scientist's research. Although Russian biologists had some informa- character, primarily his mental capacity (largely deter- tion about these developments, they were astonished mined genetically) for comprehensive understanding when H.J. Milller visited Soviet Russia in 1922 and and profound analysis. Against this background, an brought Drosophila cultures. Biologists who worked in important role is obviously played by the "environ- Moscow together with N.K. Kol'tsov and S.S. Chetver- ment" of the scientist's childhood and youth, his educa- ikov realized how greatly foreign geneticists had pro- tion, research experience, milieu, and the diversity
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