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educator , Animal physiologist

Antons Edmunds Ozols, Latvian animal physiologist, educator. Achievements include patents for methods of obtaining feed addition from remains of fish-factory and for system producing dry concentrate of fish protein. Member Latvia Academy Agricultural and Forest Science, Latvian Physiology Society.

Background

Ozols, Antons Edmunds was born on July 26, 1927 in Riga, Latvia. Son of Janis and Tekla (Slakota) Ozols.

Education

Degree in higher education, Academy Agriculture, Riga, 1954. Doctor of Agricultural Science, Academy Agriculture, Riga, 1960. Doctor of Biology, Academy of Sciences Institute Physiology, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1983.

Career

Senior research associate Institute Animal Science, Riga, 1955-1962. Assistant professor Latvia University, 1962-1964. Leading research associate Institute Biology Academy of Sciences, 1964-1989, head of laboratory, 1989-1996, professor animal physiology, 1993-1996, professor emeritus, since 1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for methods of obtaining feed addition from remains of fish-factory and for system producing dry concentrate of fish protein.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Enteral Uptake of Carbohydrates, 1984.

Membership

Member Latvia Academy Agricultural and Forest Science, Latvian Physiology Society.

Connections

Married Velta Raibe, February 7, 1953. Children: Mudite, Anta.

father:
Janis Ozols

mother:
Tekla (Slakota) Ozols

spouse:
Velta Raibe

child:
Mudite Ozols

child:
Anta Ozols