Jan Ingenhousz , Jan Ingenhousz’s 287th Birthday Google Doodle

Date: December 7, 2017 Posted by: Rohit Gupta In: Google Doodle

Jan Ingenhousz , Jan Ingenhousz’s 287th Birthday Google Doodle

Today The Search Engine Google is celebrating Jan Ingenhousz’s 287th Birthday with Doodle in Australia , USA , UK ,Japan and many Countries. Jan Ingenhousz was a Dutch physiologist, biologist and chemist.He studied medicine at the University of Louvain and graduated in 1752. After spending some years in several European capitals in the typical 18th-century tradition, he settled in London in 1779.

Jan Ingenhousz’s 287th Birthday

Who was Jan Ingenhousz?

From the mind of a great ヤン インゲンホウス Dutch scientist in the 18th century sprouted a flowering understanding of the secret life of plants. Jan Ingenhousz – born on this day in Breda in 1730 – is remembered as the inspired thinker who discovered the photosynthetic process.

Born in 1730 in Breda, the Netherlands. He earned a doctorate in medicine from Leuven Catholic University in 1753 and further يان إينخنهاوسز studies at Leiden University. In 1772 he took office as a member of the Vienna Court Council, a surgeon of the Austrian royal family Maria Teresa von Portugal. Became a member of the Royal Society as a permanent resident in London in 1779 . I mainly studied the actions of plants in the experiment of plant physiology.

Jan Ingenhousz

However, his concern expanded beyond inoculation and medicine. Among his other accomplishments are energy generation, particle motion, and, of course, photosynthesis. It was already known that plants produce and absorb gases, but Ingenhousz first noticed that oxygen is produced by sunlight leaves and that carbon dioxide is produced in the dark, He published these findings in 1779 and had a great influence on further research on the survival of plants of the following century.

Jan Ingenhousz’s 287th Birthday

Jan Ingenhousz’s Biography

  • Born: December 8, 1730, Breda, Netherlands
  • Died: September 7, 1799, Calne, United Kingdom
  • Education: Old University of Leuven (1753)
  • Books: ””’Experiments upon Vegetables””’, MORE
  • Nationality: Dutch, British
  • Parents: Arnoldus Ingen-Housz, Maria Beckers
  • Residence :Breda, London, Vienna, Calne
  • Nationality :Dutch
  • Alma mater :Catholic University of Leuven
  • Known for :Photosynthesis

    Scientific career
    Fields :Physiology
    Influences :Pieter van Musschenbroek
    David Gaub

Read more about Jan Ingenhousz on WikiPedia

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