#55521 Overall Influence

Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Claus

German zoologist

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Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Claus was a German zoologist and anatomist. He was an opponent of the ideas of Ernst Haeckel.Biography Claus studied at the University of Marburg and the University of Gießen with Rudolf Leuckart. He worked at the university of Würzburg. In 1863, he became professor of zoölogy at Marburg, in 1870 at Göttingen and in 1873 at Vienna. He was head of the oceanographic research station in Trieste and was specialized on marine zoology and there his interest was focused on crustaceans. During his research on cell biology he coined the word phagocyte.

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University of Giessen

German public university

University of Marburg

German university

University of Vienna

Public university in Vienna, Austria

University of Göttingen

University in the city of Göttingen, Germany

University of Würzburg

University in Germany

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Biology