Sophia Satina, Russian cytologist, and Albert Blakeslee, US

Sophia Satina, Russian cytologist, and Albert Blakeslee, US

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Caption: Sophia A. Satina (1879-1975), Russian cytologist, with US botanist Albert Francis Blakeslee (1874-1954). Satina taught at the Women's College of Moscow until 1921. Her research collaboration with Blakeslee began in 1937, focusing primarily on plant tumours. Albert Francis Blakeslee is best known for his research on the poisonous jimsonweed plant and the sexuality of fungi.

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