Franz Eilhard Schulze


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Schulze, Franz Eilhard

 

Born Mar. 22, 1840, in Elsen, near Greifswald; died 1921. German zoologist.

Schulze was a professor at the universities of Rostock, Graz, and Berlin. His main works dealt with the anatomy and embryology of sponges and other invertebrates. Schulze was the author of monographs on a number of genera and orders of sponges. He also investigated the sense organs in lower vertebrates and described the most primitive multicellular animal—Trichoplax.

WORKS

“Untersuchungen über den Bau und die Entwicklung der Spongien (Mitteilungen II–X).” Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie, 1877–81, vols. 28–35.
“Uber die Sinnesorgane der Seitenlinie bei Fischen und Amphibien.” Archiv für mikroskopische Anatomic, 1870, vol. 6..
Uber Trichoplax adhaerens. Berlin, 1891.
Hexactinelliden des Indischen Oceanes, parts 1–3. Berlin, 1894–1900.