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Grigorii Kozhevnikov

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Nationality  Russian
Name  Grigorii Kozhevnikov

Fields  Entomology
Grigorii Kozhevnikov
Citizenship  Russian Empire, Soviet Union
Institutions  Moscow State University
Influences  Anatoli Petrovich Bogdanov
Died  January 29, 1933, Moscow, Russia
Influenced by  Anatoli Petrovich Bogdanov
Influenced  Constantin Arnoldi, Aleksandr Formozov

Institution  Moscow State University

Grigorii Aleksandrovich Kozhevnikov (September 15 (27), 1866 – January 29, 1933) was a Russian entomologist.

In 1904 Kozhevnikov was appointed professor at Moscow University and became director of their zoological museum. Hew was particularly involved in the study of bees and initiated the study of the Anopheles genus of mosquito.

Kozhevnikov was one of the foremost proponents of zapovedniki, a series of inviolable nature reserves which would serve as a control group in relationship to areas of human inhabitation which would allow scientists to test the impact of human activity on the environment.


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