Filipp Ovsyannikov

Filipp Vasilievich Ovsyannikov (Филипп Васильевич Овсянников; 1827-1906) was the first Russian histologist [1] and the founder of sturgeon breeding . [2] [3]

Ovsyannikov graduated from the University of Dorpat in 1853. He worked in Claude Bernard’s laboratory in 1860 and in Carl Ludwig’s laboratory in 1869. He held the chair in physiology at the University of Kazan from 1858 to 1862 and the chair in anatomy at the University of Saint Petersburg from 1864 to 1886. In 1864 he established the Physiological Laboratory for the Petersburg Academy of Sciences . [4] Ovsyannikov’s laboratory was used for research by young physiologists as Elias von Cyon and Ivan Pavlov .

In 1869, Ovsyannikov pioneered artificial reproduction of sterlet . A series of experiments with fish breeding in the free economic society . In 1871, he discovered the vasomotor center and determined its limits in the medulla oblongata . [1] [5]

References

  1. ^ Jump up to:b Biography in the Great Soviet Encyclopedia
  2. Jump up^ Martin Hochleithner, Jörn Gessner. The Sturgeons and Paddlefishes of the World. AquaTech, 2001.ISBN 9783950096804. Page 6.
  3. Jump up^ Problems of Ichthyology. Volume 9. American Fisheries Society, 1969. Page 272.
  4. Jump up^ Galina Kichigina. The Imperial Laboratory: Experimental Physiology and Clinical Medicine in Post-Crimean Russia. Rodopi, 2009. Page 264.
  5. Jump up^ Owsjannikow, PH Die tonischen und reflektorischen Center der Gefässnereven. // Berichte ueber die Verhandlungen der Köningl. Sachsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig (1871) 23.

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