Beneden

Beneden

 

(van Beneden), Belgian biologists.

Pierre Joseph van Beneden. Born Dec. 19,1809, in Malines; died Jan. 8, 1894, in Louvain. Embryologist.

Beneden was a professor at the University of Ghent (from 1845) and the University of Louvain (from 1846). In 1842 he became a member of and in 1881 president of the Belgian Academy of Sciences. His works were mainly in the field of invertebrate embryology and on general problems in biology (parasitism, commensalism).

WORKS

Mémoire sur les vers intestinaux. Paris, 1858.
In Russian translation:
O glistakh. Moscow, 1861.
Edouard van Beneden. Born Mar. 5, 1846, in Louvain; died Apr. 28, 1910, in Liége. Histologist and embryologist; son of Pierre Joseph van Beneden. Edouard became a professor at the University of Liége in 1870. His works were on cell morphology and the embryology of lower animals. He was the first to describe (1883) the maturation of ova and fertilization in ascarids; he also established a new animal group—Mesozoa.

WORKS

“Recherches sur les Dicyemides, survivants actuéis d’un embranchement des Mésozoaires.” Bulletins de l’Académie Royale des sciences, des lettres et des beaux-arts de Belgique, 1876, vols. 41–42.
“Nouvelles recherches sur la fécondation et la division mitosique chez l’ascaride mégalocéphale.” Ibid., series 3, 1887, vol. 14. (With A. Neyt.)
“Recherches sur la maturation de l’oeuf et la fécondation. . . .” Archives de biologie, 1883, vol. 4, issues 2–3.
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Van Beneden, MD [5]; Michael Mendoza, MD [6]; Michele Bohm, MPH [7]; John T.
sciaenae (van Beneden, 1856) Odhner, 1905 and recognition of Menziesia Gibson, 1976 (Monogenea: Capsalidae).
1911 79,528 Glyplonolobdella antarctica (Sawyer & White, 1969) 64,208 Goniada brunnea Treadwell, 1906 89,398 Harmothoe oculinarum (Storm, 1879) 94,991 Hemipodia simplex (Gmbe, 1857) 55,653 Hermenia verruculosu Grube, 1856 111,026 Hermodice canmculuta (Pallas, 1766) 110,813 Heteromastus filiformis (Claparede, 1864) 148,196 Histriobdella homari Beneden. 1858 143,130 Idanihursus sp.
Microcotyle chrysophrii Van Beneden et Hesse, 1863 (Monogenea, Polyopisthocotylea, Microcotylidae) parasite de Sparus aurata Linneaus, 1758 (Teleostei, Sparidae) dans les etangs littoraux du Languedoc-Roussillon (France).
The Rubenshuis and its director Ben van Beneden have been involved right from the outset, publishing a bilingual catalogue for the exhibition at the MAS, Antwerp's most spectacular museum.
This is the case of the Guiana dolphin, Sotalia guianensis (Van Beneden, 1864) (Fig.
Also, contact with young children is an "underappreciated risk factor" for contracting invasive group A strep, according to CDC medical epidemiologist Chris Van Beneden, an expert on these infections, because 25 per cent of children carry the bacteria in their throats compared with fewer than 5 per cent of adults.
The Princess Royal later went to boarding school Beneden and left with six O-levels and two A-levels.
Species of Ascarophis van Beneden, 1870 (Nematoda: Cystidicolidae) in North Atlantic fishes.
(26.) Broyles LN, Van Beneden C, Beall B, Facklam R, Shewmaker PL, Malpiedi P, Daily P, Reingold A, Farley MM.Population-based study of invasive disease due to beta-hemolytic streptococci of groups other than A and B.
The artwork has been valued at PS3m and its discovery at Swansea Museum has been heralded as "a great and astonishing find" by Ben van Beneden, the director of Antwerp's Rubenshuis museum.