Pflüger Pflü·ger (flōō'gər, pflü'-), Eduard Friedrich Wilhelm. 1829-1910.
German physiologist noted for his work on the sensory function of the spinal cord.
Such is the "cyanogen hypothesis" of the origin of life, advocated by able physiologists such as pfluger, Verworn, and others.
With respect to the decapitated frog, I have always heard of pfluger as a most trustworthy observer.
Prof. pfluger attributes this large amount of bad sight to insufficient lighting of school rooms, badly printed books, etc.