Julius Kollmann

Julius Kollmann ( born February 24, 1834 in Wood Home ( Bavaria ), † 24 June 1918 in Basel ) was a German zoologist, anthropologist and anatomist.

Kollmann in 1862 lecturer, associate professor in Munich from 1870 to 1878 professor of anatomy in Basel. He has published work on the development of the teeth, to the connective tissue (mainly of invertebrates, such as molluscs) and the formation of blood. In other works he dealt with various European ethnic groups. Kollmann wrote textbooks on anatomy and developmental history. In one of his works, he described a European dwarf people from prehistoric times.

He was a member of the Corps Suevia Munich.

Kollmann son Emil was a farmer. It was formed from the French part of Switzerland, Prussia and South Africa and in 1902, married Carla Widmann, daughter Joseph Widmann and his wife Josepha, born brain leg. In this way, got a large part of the former Carl possession brain leg in the hands of the Kollmann family, since both Carl brain leg son Johann Baptist and his granddaughter, Hedwig died early from the first marriage Josepha with Dr. Julius Lingg. Emil Kollmann grandson Horst Kollmann cares for the family archives.

Writings (selection )

  • Over the course of the pulmonary nerves of the stomach in the abdominal cavity (1860 )
  • Development of core braids (1861 )
  • Atlas of general animal histology (1862 )
  • Mechanics of the human body (1874 )
  • Les races de l' Europe et la composition des peuples (1881 )
  • Plastic anatomy of the human body (1886 )
  • Textbook of embryology of man ( 1898)
  • Hand atlas of human embryology (1907 )