Carroll Williams
#19975 Overall Influence

Carroll Williams

American entomologist and biochemist

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Carroll Milton Williams was an American zoologist known for his work in entomology and developmental biology—in particular, metamorphosis in insects, for which he won the George Ledlie Prize. He performed groundbreaking surgical experiments on larvae and pupae, and developed multiple new techniques, including the use of carbon dioxide as an anesthetic. His impact on entomology has been compared to that of Vincent Wigglesworth.

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Harvard University
Harvard University

Private research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

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University of Richmond
University of Richmond

University in Richmond, Virginia

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#1376 World Rank #495 USA Rank
Biology