Russian Journal of Developmental Biology, Vol. 34, No. 2, 2003, pp. 60–64. Translated from Ontogenez, Vol. 34, No. 2, 2003, pp. 96–90. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2003 by Vassetzky, Goncharov, Schmalhausen. tute. However, she was not admitted, since few places were designated for the children of employees. She was admitted to the Simferopol Pedagogical Institute, where there remained empty slots for admittance. How- ever, an additional enrollment of students was announced a few months later at the Biological Faculty of the 1st Moscow State University. Since at that time the family had moved to a place nearer to Moscow, Det- tlaff succeeded in being transferred to the 1st Moscow State University. Having surveyed the Geobotany and Physicochemical Biology departments, she decided to engage in studies at the Department of Developmental Dynamics, headed by Mikhail M. Zavadovskii. Upon graduation from the university in 1933, Dettlaff entered postgraduate school and, under the guidance of her teacher, the outstanding Russian scientist and founder of the school of experimental embryology in Russia Professor Dmitrii P. Filatov, she prepared and, in 1937, defended her candidate (PhD) thesis Development of the Nervous System in Anura with Special Reference to Organizer Action. In 1937, Dettlaff
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