Russian Journal of Genetics, Vol. 39, No. 7, 2003, pp. 844–847. Translated from Genetika, Vol. 39, No. 7, 2003, pp. 1005–1006. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2003 by Shumnyi, Budashkina, Kiknadze, Zakharov. CHRONICLE Vera Veniaminovna Khvostova: On the 100th Anniversary of Her Birth (April 29, 1903–April 22, 1977) of gramineous plants. She was among the ﬁrst to engage in the study of the effects of space ﬂights on liv- ing organisms. Khvostova’s works in plant cytogenet- ics, including analysis of radiation and chemical mutageneses, fertility, cold resistance, and resistance of mutants and remote hybrids to fungal diseases, are known worldwide. Vera Veniaminovna Khvostova was born on April 29, 1903 in Moscow. Both her parents belonged to Russian intelligentsia. Her father, Veniamin Mikhailovich Khvostov, was a professor of Moscow State University; her mother, Nadezhda Pavlovna Khvostova, was a teacher of Russian and the headmistress of Khvostov Girls’ Gymnasium, which was once renowned in Mos- cow. In 1925, Khvostova graduated from Biological Department of Pedagogical Faculty of the Second Mos- cow State University. After the graduation, Khvostova worked as a researcher at Moscow Department of People Education (MONO). In 1927, she came to work as an assistant professor at the Department
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