Carl Friedrich Kielmeyer

Carl Friedrich Kielmeyer (22 October 1765 – 14 August 1844) was a German biologist and naturalist born in Bebenhausen, today part of the city of Tübingen. He was a pioneer of Naturphilosophie, helped to establish organic chemistry (Pflanzenchemie) as a field, and developed an early version of recapitulation theory through the observation of animal embryos.

Carl Friedrich Kielmeyer was last modified: January 30th, 2022 by Jovan Stosic

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