Sachs, Julius von (1832–1897)
German botanist regarded as the father experimental plant physiology. Among his many contributions are his discovery of what are now called chloroplasts; the elucidation of the details of the germination process, and his study of plant tropisms. Sachs wrote Textbook of Botany (1868).
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