Mikhail DUNIN, USSR Phytopathologist and seed-grower. Doctor of Agriculture Science since 1935; Professor 1939; Head, Chair of Phytopathology, Timiryazev Agriculture Academy, Moscow, since 1944.
DUNIN, Mikhail was born in 1901.
1925 graduated Moscow University.
1925-1939 Director, Agriculture Laboratory, reorganized 1930 into the Central Laboratory of Mass Experimentation, AllUnion Lenin Academy, of Agriculture Science, and subsequently divided into two laboratories: the Laboratory of Seed Study and the Laboratory of Plant Protection, Institute of Soya and Special Crops. 1931-1932 simultaneously Assistant Director for scientific work, All-Union Institute of Soya and Special Crops. 1932-1933 directed research team studying fusarial wilt of grain at Central Laboratory, State Cereals Inspectorate, then organizer and Director, Virus Laboratory, All-Union Institute of Plant Protection.
1932-1944 Director, Immunobiological Laboratory, above institutes. In addition lectured on phytopathology, plant virus diseases and diseases of agricultural crops at Moscow University and lectured on courses and seminars, etc., throughout USSR. 1926 attended International Congress on Forestry, Rome.
1928 attended International Congress on Seed Certification, Rome. 1929 attended International Congress on Subtropical Farming, Seville. Main research deals with: toxicity of linseed oil.
Detection and study of ambary diseases and development of countermeasures. Development of a new means of determining the contamination of grain by blight and other forms of fungus infection, etc.
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