Saturday, February 18, 2012

Scientists who coined Scientific terms




Term
Given by
1.         Abscisin II
Okhuma
2.         Alga
Linnaeus
3.         Allelomorph
Bateson
4.         Anaphase
Strasburger
5.         Annelida
Lamarck (1809)
6.         Antibiotic 
Selman Waksman (1942)
7.         Apomixis
Winkler
8.         Arthropoda
Von Siebold
9.         Astral rays
Fol
10.       Auxin
Went F.W
11.       Bacteriophage
Twort de Herelle
12.       Biloproteins
O’heocha
13.       Biology
Lamarck & Traviranus
14.       Bioplast
Altman
15.       Botany
Lamarck
16.       Bryophyta
Braun
17.       Carotene
Mackenroder
18.       Cell
Robert Hooke
19.       Centriole
Van Beneden
20.       Centrosome
Boveri T
21.       Chiasma
Morgan
22.       Chlorophyll
Pelletier and Caventou
23.       Chloroplast
Schimper
24.       Chordata
Lamarck
25.       Chromatin
Fleming W
26.       Chromosome
W. Waldeyer (1888)
27.       Class
Linnaeus
28.       Cnidaria
Hatscheck
29.       Coelenterata
Leukart
30.       Crossing over
Morgan
31.       Cytokinin
Letham
32.       Cytoplasm
Kolliker
33.       Dephlogisticated air (=O2)
Priestly J.
34.       Dinosaur
Richard Owen (1804-1892)
35.       DNA bar-coding
Paul Hebert (2003)
36.       Dormin
Robinson and Wareing
37.       DPD (Diffusion Pressure Deficit)
Meyer
38.       Echinodermata
Jacob Klein
39.       Ecology
Haeckel
40.       Ecosystem
Transley
41.       Endoplasmic reticulum
Porter
42.       Endosome
Dutrochet
43.       Entamoeba
Lambl
44.       Enzyme
Wilhelm Kuhne (1837-1900) in 1878
45.       Ergastoplasm
Garnier
46.       Eugenics
Galton (1883)
47.       Evolution
Spencer
48.       F1 & F2 generation
Bateson
49.       Family
John Ray
50.       Floating respiration
Blackman
51.       Florigen
Cajlachjan
52.       Fossil
Lamarck
53.       Fungi
Bauhin
54.       Gene
Johansen
55.       Genera
John Ray
56.       Genetics
Bateson (1910)
57.       Genotype
Johansen (1909)
58.       Gibberellin
Yabuta and Sumiki
59.       Gymnosperm
Theophrastus
60.       Heterozygous
Bateson
61.       Histology
Meyer
62.       Homology
Richard Owen (1804-1892)
63.       Homozygous
Bateson
64.       Hormone
Starling
65.       Immunoglobins
Hermens
66.       Kinetin
Miller
67.       Lysoenzyme
Alexander Fleming
68.       Lysosome
Christian de Duve
69.       Meiosis
Farmer and Moore
70.       Metabolism
Schwann
71.       Metaphase
Strasburger
72.       Metaxenia
Swingle
73.       Microbiology
Robert Koch
74.       Mitochondria
Benda
75.       Mitosis
Flemming
76.       Molecular biology
W.T Astbury (1950)
77.       Mollusca
Johnston
78.       Monera
Haeckel (1866)
79.       Mutation
Hugo de Vries (1901)
80.       Mycorrhiza
A. B. Frank
81.       Myxomycetes
Macbride
82.       Nemathelminthes
Gegenbaur (1859)
83.       New Systematics
Huxley
84.       Nucleic acid
Altman
85.       Nucleolus
Bowman
86.       Nucleoplasm
Strasburger
87.       Nucleus
Robert Brown
88.       Parazoa
Solas
89.       Parthenogenesis
Charles Bonnet
90.       Phenotype
Johansen
91.       Photoperiodism
Garner and Allard
92.       Photorespiration
Decker
93.       Phycobillin
Lemberg
94.       Phylum
Cuvier
95.       Physiology
Fersnel
96.       Plasmodesmata
Strasburger
97.       Plastid
Earnest Haeckel
98.       Platyhelminthes
Gegenbaur (1859)
99.       Porifera
Robert Grant
100.    Prion
Prusiner
101.    Prophase
Strasburger
102.    Protein
G.J Mulder
103.    Protista
Haeckel (1866)
104.    Protoplasm
Von Mohl
105.    Protoplasmic respiration
Blackman
106.    Protozoa
Goldfuss
107.    Ribosome
Claude and Palade
108.    Root pressure
Stephan Hales
109.    Sarcode
Dujardin
110.    Sarcosomes
Kolliker
111.    Secretin
Bayliss and Starling
112.    Species
John Ray
113.    Spermatozoa
Von Baer (1827)
114.    Subphylum
Cuvier
115.    Survival of the fittest
Spencer
116.    Symbiosis
H. Anton de Bary
117.    Telemophyta
Takhtajan
118.    Telophase
Strasburger
119.    Thallophyta
Endlichler
120.    Tissue
Bichat
121.    Tracheophyta
Sinnott
122.    Unit membrane
Robertson
123.    Vernalin
Melchers
124.    Vertebrate
Lamarck
125.    Viroid
T.O. Diener
126.    Vitamin
Casimir Funk (1884-1967)
127.    Water potential
Stalyer and Taylor
128.    Wobble
Crick
129.    Xenia
Focke
130.    Zeatin
Letham


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