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Encyclopedia > Willi Hennig

Willi Hennig (April 20, 1913 - November 5, 1976) was a German biologist and is known as the founder of phylogenetic systematics (cladistics).


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Willi Hennig (1039 words)
Willi Hennig was born April 20, 1913, in the village of Dürrhennersdorf, southern Upper Lusatia (east of Dresden), Germany, and he died November 5, 1976, Ludwigsburg, Germany.
Hennig was educated at the federal Gymnasium in Dresden-Klotzsche and in Leipzig.
Elsewhere, Hennig was appointed to several internationally reputed scientific academies, including that in the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences, and he received numerous awards for his scientific accomplishments, including the gold medal of the Linnean Society London and the gold medal of the American Museum of Natural History, New York.
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