Russian Journal of Genetics, Vol. 41, No. 2, 2005, pp. 217–219. Translated from Genetika, Vol. 41, No. 2, 2005, pp. 286–288. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2005 by Zakharov, Shumnyi. CHRONICLE Yurii Petrovich Miryuta (25 Feb. 1905–22 Oct. 1976): On the 100th Anniversary of His Birth Beginning from 1930, Miryuta worked as a technical manager of a large horticultural state farm in Donbass and taught botany and horticulture in the Kamensk Agri- cultural College. In 1930, Miryuta won a contest for the position of an associate professor of Lugansk Vegetable Institute, where he taught genetics and breeding of vege- table plants. After Lugansk Vegetable Institute was reor- ganized, Miryuta moved to Central Asian Fruit and Veg- etable Institute, where he worked as the head of the Department of Breeding and Seed Farming. In 1933, Miryuta entered the postgraduate course in general genetics at the All-Union Institute for Crop Pro- duction (Leningrad). N.I. Vavilov wrote in the refer- ence for the special postgraduate courses at the Acad- emy of Sciences of the Soviet Union, “I know Mr. Miryuta as an able worker and I am sure that he will be an excellent researcher” (Nikolai Ivanovich Vavilov: From the Epistolary Heritage
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