Definition of Cohn, Ferdinand Julius in English:

Cohn, Ferdinand Julius

Line breaks: Fer¦di|nand Ju¦lius Cohn
Pronunciation: /kəʊn
 
/
( 1828–98), German botanist, a founder of bacteriology and the first to devise a systematic classification of bacteria into genera and species.

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