[lohb; German lœb]
- Jacques [zhahk] /ʒɑk/, 1859–1924, German physiologist and experimental biologist in the U.S.
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- Jacques (ʒɑːk). 1859–1924, US physiologist, born in Germany, noted esp for his pioneering work on artificial parthenogenesis