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Kammerer

/ (German ˈkamərər) /
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noun
Paul. 1880–1926, Austrian zoologist: noted for his controversial experiments, esp with the midwife toad, apparently demonstrating the inheritance of acquired characteristics. Accused of fraud, he committed suicide
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