ISSN 1062-3604, Russian Journal of Developmental Biology, 2007, Vol. 38, No. 5, pp. 332–334. © Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2007. Original Russian Text © M.E. Aspiz, 2007, published in Ontogenez, 2007, Vol. 38, No. 5, pp. 397–400. JUBILEES DOI: 10.1134/S1062360407050098 diverse biological information, including even citations from Morgan’s work on gene determination. And, quite understandably, he came to the study group of young biologists of the Moscow Zoo. And it is not surprising that to the usual question “What brought you here?” he gave not the trivial answer about the love to animals, but said about his interest to Darwinism. In this study group, he ﬁrst studied reptiles but then switched to hel- minths and worked during long hours with a micro- scope and received a nickname “professor”. In 1939, Khesin entered the Biological Faculty of the Moscow State University. From the very beginning he regularly attended seminars at the Department of Genetics and very soon started experimental work. At the same time he was a constant participant of various trips, excursions, and ski and walking tours. During his ﬁrst summer vacation, he made a bicycle trip from Moscow to Leningrad and back and wandered in Cau- casus for a
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