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Stephen Hales, the physiologist
Percy M. Dawson
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Stephen Hales is considered the Father of Plant Physiology for the many experiments in the book,Vegetable Staticks; though Julius von Sachs unified the pieces of plant physiology and put them together as a discipline. His Lehrbuch der Botanik was the plant physiology bible of its time. Stephen Hales () 1, a long-lived medically-trained, amateur scientist and clergyman from Kent, was a pioneering plant physiologist whose widespread interests and experimentation established fundamental areas of that science, and whose overall impact on that field was not to be surpassed by any other individual for hundreds of years.
Stephen Hales, a fellow ofthe college." "Mytutor gave mea roomin whichto practise mychymical experiments," continues Stukeley. "Here I often prepared the pulvisfulminans and surprised the college with an explosion in the night. I also visited the apothecary's shop and exercised a little gratis practice among the poor people that depended on the Cited by: 6. In the English physiologist Stephen Hales wrote in his book Vegetable Stat-icksthat he had poured some fresh peas into a pot, compressed them, and had obtained “pretty regular dodecahe-drons.” The experiment became known as the “peas of Buffon” (because the Comte de Buffon later wrote about a similar experiment), and most biolo-.
"Hales was therefore the first physiologist to suggest, with some evidence to support it, the role of electricity in neuromuscular phenomena" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). The title Statical Essays does not appear in the first edition of Vegetable Staticks; it was first applied to the whole work on the publication of the second edition. Stephen Hales, English Botanist and Physiologist Stephen Zweig, Jewish Austrian writer, was international popular in the s and s. Two of his books were made into films.
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Stephen Hales. Stephen Hales Physiologist and Clergyman. Although trained as a clergyman with no formal education in physiology, chemistry, or medicine, Stephen Hales became one of the most important British scientists of the eighteenth can be considered the father of plant physiology, and his studies of circulation in animals were the most important after William Harvey's.
Stephen Hales. Statical Essays. Birthplace: Bekesbourne, Kent, England Location of death: Teddington, Middlesex, England Cause of death: unspecified. Gender: Male. The English physiologist, chemist and inventor Stephen Hales was born at Bekesbourne in Kent on the 7th or 17th of Septemberthe Stephen Hales (perhaps sixth) son of Thomas Born: Stephen Hales, DD.
FRS. (–) (Fig 1) was an eighteenth-century experimental physiologist. Like Fr. Thomas Linacre (c. –), Fr. Gabriele Falloppio (–62), Reverend Gilbert White FRS (), and many other priests, he was a well-educated amateur, probably of independent means, who although he devoted much of his life to religion and public service, pioneered experiments.
STEPHEN HALES-PIONEER PLANT PHYSIOLOGIST 53 Greek idea that all was earth, air, fire or water had been modified only to state that "earth" consisted of various mix-tures of salt, mercury and sulfur.
Most of the biological concepts of the time were based on the teachings of Aris-totle and the other Greek philosophers, although human anatomy had made. Stephen Hales – the man. A clergyman by profession Hales was very much a scientific minded man of his times ().His studies in the physiology of the circulation and the vascular system have been considered to be secondary in importance only to those made by William Harvey ().It has been said that Harvey demonstrated the logical necessity of the circulation, but it was Hales who.
Stephen Hales was an eminent early eighteenth century scientist and minister of the parish of Teddington near London. He is well known for his early work on blood pressure. However, he made many contributions to respiratory by: 6.
Hales, Stephen English Physiologist Stephen Hales was a preeminent scientist of the late eighteenth century and the founder of plant physiology. Born in Kent, England, inHales grew up.
Stephen Hales - the man. A clergyman by profession Hales was very much a scientific minded man of his times (Figure 2). His studies in the physiology of the circulation and the vascular system have been considered to be secondary in importance only to those made by William Harvey ().It has been said that Harvey demonstrated the logical necessity of the circulation, but it was Hales.
Stephen Hales, an English physicist and plant physiologist, was born Sep. 17, Hales was an ardent follower of Isaac Newton, and he attempted to find the same laws and regularities in plants that Newton had found in the inorganic world. HALES, STEPHEN (–), physiologist and inventor, was born in September at Bekesbourne in Kent.
His birthday is given variously as 7 Sept. and 17 Sept. He was baptised on 20 Sept. (Notes and Queries, 2nd ser. He was the fifth or sixth son of Thomas Hales, by Mary, daughter of Richard Wood of Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire.
A Dissertation delivered at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, on June 16th,A.E. Clark-Kennedy M.D., M.R.C.P. FELLOW OF THE COLLEGE; ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF THE MEDICAL UNIT, THE LONDON HOSPITAL. Stephen Hales, a grandson of Sir Hobert Hales, was born at Bekesbourne in Kent on Sept.
17th.* 1HAuthor: A.E. Clark-Kennedy. THEREVEREND STEPHEN HALES was aremarkableman even for the 18th century. He was the full-timhinister of the parish of Teddington near London but in addition was an eminent scientist and physiologist.
He was born in when England was riding on the crest of a wave of scientific discovery. William Harvey had published his De Motu Cordis in just 50 years before, and in that 50 years.
When pediatrician Stephen Hales and his artist/architect wife, Nancy, decided to downsize to a condo many years ago, they were attracted to living in a more compact space -- just. Hales was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in but his first work, Vegetable Staticks, was not published until In this book, which included his most important observations in plant physiology, Hales demonstrated that plant leaves absorb air and that a portion of air is used in plant nutrition.
(–) English plant physiologist and chemistBorn at Bekesbourne in Kent, Hales entered Cambridge University in to study theology. He was ordained in and appointed curate at Teddington, near London, in (or ).
During his time at Cambridge, he studied science and was influenced by Isaac Newton's ideas, which still dominated scientific thought at the university and. English: Stephen Hales () was an English physiologist, chemist and inventor, and rector of Teddington, y of citizenship: Kingdom of Great Britain, Sweden.
Stephen Hales was born in in Bekesbourne, Kent, and went up to Cambridge inwhere he was elected to a Fellowship at Corpus Christi College in He was appointed to the parish of Teddington, Middlesex, in and remained there for much of. Maria Angela Ardinghelli (–) was an Italian translator, mathematician, physicist and noble, mostly known as the Italian translator of the works of Stephen Hales, a Newtonian translated two of his works; Haemastaticks and Vegetable from Ardinghelli's historical invisibility, she managed to remain relevant without being shunned into social isolation or Born:Naples.
Stephen Hales () was an English clergyman who made major contributions to a wide range of scientific topics such as botany, chemistry, pneumatics, and physiology. Stephen Hales was born in and died inhaving had experiences of the reigns of seven sovereigns.
The authorities for the life of Hales are given in my article on him in the Dictionary of National Biography. Botanists in general probably take their knowledge of the main facts of his life from Sachs' History of Botany. This page was last edited on 3 Julyat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.
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It is a monetary award established in for a scientist, whether or not a member of the Society, who has served the science of plant biology in some noteworthy manner.