Dubinin and Plough, biologists

Dubinin and Plough, biologists

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Credit: AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Biologists Nikolai Petrovich Dubinin (1907-1998, right) and Harold Henry Plough (left). Dubinin was one of the founding members of the Cytology and Genetics Institute within the USSR Academy of Sciences, directing the Institute from 1957-59. Together with Belyaev, Dubinin worked to restore the science of genetics in the USSR after it had been declared a banned pseudoscience in the 1940s under the influence of Trofim Lysenko and Communist politics. Photographed at the Academy of Sciences, Institute of Biophysics, in 1958.

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