Russian Journal of Developraental Biology, Vol. 31, No. 5, 2000, pp. 271-274. Translated from Ontogenez, Vol. 31, No. 5, 2000, pp. 325-329. Original Russian Text Copyright 9 2000 by Golichenko~: HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EMBRYOLOGY (MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY) AND STUDIES IN EMBRYOLOGY From the Editorial Board Sixty years ago, in September 1940, the Depart- ological research at Moscow State University, in the ment of Embryology was set up at Moscow State Uni- form of reviews and experimental papers written by versity. The outstanding Russian scientist Dmitrii the staff and graduates of the department, now work- P. Filatov became the first head of this department. ing in various research institutions. The Department This is why the editorial board of Ontogenez (the of Embryology has made a considerable contribution Russian Journal of Developmental Biology) has to the development of embryological research in Rus- decided to dedicate this issue of the journal to the sia and to the development of research skills. The edi- jubilee of the department, one of two departments of torial board of Ontogenez congratulates the staff and embryology in the universities of Russia. This issue students of the Department of Embryology on this contains papers concerning the
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