Aleksandr IMSHENETSKY, USSR Microbiologist. Doctor of Biological Science since 1939; corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1946; Director, Institute of Microbiology, USSR Academy of Science, since 1949. Order of Red Banner of Labor; medals.
IMSHENETSKY, Aleksandr was born in 1905.
1926 graduated Voronezh University.
Main work on: structure, biology, hist and individual development, variability and physiology of microorganisms. Biology of nitrifying bacteria. Variability and selection of fungi and bacterial yeasts.
Biological study of cellulose-destroying bacteria, etc.
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