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    Gavin Sir De Beer
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Sir Gavin Rylands de Beer FRS (1 November 1899 – 21 June 1972) was a British evolutionary embryologist. He also wrote a series of books about Switzerland and the Alps. De Beer returned to England in 1971 and died at Alfriston, Sussex on 21 June 1972

Sir Gavin Rylands de Beer FRS (1 November 1899 – 21 June 1972) was a British evolutionary embryologist. He was Director of the British Museum (Natural History), President of the Linnean Society, and received the Royal Society's Darwin Medal for his studies on evolution. De Beer returned to England in 1971 and died at Alfriston, Sussex on 21 June 1972. De Beer's early work at Oxford was influenced by J. B. S. Haldane and by Julian Huxley and E. Goodrich (two of his teachers).

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Sir Gavin Rylands de Beer FRS (1899–1972) was a British evolutionary embryologist. He was Director of the London Natural History Museum, President of the Linnean Society, and received the Royal Society's Darwin Medal for his studies on evolution. In the First World War he served in the Grenadier Guards. Later, he taught at Oxford University zoology department. In 1938, he was made Reader in Embryology at University College London.

Vertebrate zoology – 1928. Early travellers in the Alps – 1930

In a series of remarkable books that established the synthetic theory of evolution, Gavin de Beer's Embryology and evolution was the first and the shortest (1930; expanded and retitled Embryos and ancestors, 1940; 3rd ed 1958). for more than forty years, this book has dominated English thought on the relationship between ontogeny and phylogeny. Stephen Jay Gould, Vertebrate zoology – 1928. Early travellers in the Alps – 1930.

Sir Gavin Rylands de Beer FRS (1 November 1899 – 21 June 1972) was a British evolutionary embryologist, known for his work on heterochrony as recorded in his 1930 book Embryos and Ancestors. He was director of the Natural History Museum, London, president of the Linnean Society of London, and a winner of the Royal Society's Darwin Medal for his studies on evolution.

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Release Date:January 1966. Publisher:Sidgwick & Jackson,, London

Early Travelers in the ALPS.

Early Travelers in the ALPS. The evolutionary embryologist Gavin Rylands de Beer can be viewed as one of the forerunners of modern evolutionary developmental biology in that he posed crucial questions and proposed relevant answers about the causal relationship between ontogeny and phylogeny