Biography of Marcello Malpighi
Malpighi, Marcello. Born in 1628. Italian anatomist and chief physician to Pope Innocent XII. Lectured in Bologna, Pisa, and other places, and wrote works on the anatomy of plants, the physiology of the silkworm, and medical subjects. His name was given to the Malpighian genus. Died 1694.
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