High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ojvind Winge
(1886-1964) was a Danish biologist and a pioneer in yeast genetics.
He was born in the city of Aarhus in Jutland, the mainland of
Denmark. After completing secondary school he travelled to the
University of Copenhagen to study law but found himself more suited
to the biological sciences into which he transferred. He graduated
with a masters degree in the year 1910. From Copenhagen he
travelled to Stockholm, Paris and Chicago, studying mainly
chromosomal cytology before finally returning to the University of
Copenhagen to do a doctoral thesis entitled The Chromosomes: Their
Numbers and General Importance. In 1910 Winge was appointed chair
of genetics at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural College,
Copenhagen, where amongst other works he wrote The Textbook in
Genetics, published in 1928.
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