Jean Paul Vuillemin (born February 13, 1861 in Docelles , † June 29, 1932 in Malzéville ) was a French mycologist . Its official botanical author abbreviation is “ Vuill. "
Vuillemin studied medicine at the University of Nancy and was awarded a Dr. med. PhD. From 1895 to 1932 he was Professor of Natural History at the Medical Faculty of the University of Nancy. Several clans of mushrooms have been named after Vuillemin, such as the genus of the bark sprinkler ( Vuilleminia ).
Vuillemin has described the genera of the yoke mushrooms Spinalia and Zygorhynchus . As early as 1889 he first formulated the concept of antibiosis , which was taken up by Selman Abraham Waksman in 1942 when he introduced the term antibiotic .
Vuillemin was elected a corresponding member of the Académie des sciences (Botanical Section) in 1913.
- Heinrich Dörfelt, Heike Heklau: The history of mycology , 1998.
- Remarques on the affinités des Basidiomycètes . In: Journal de Botanique . tape 7 , no. 9 , 1893, pp. 164-174 .
- Sur les Mortierella des groupes polycephala et nigrescens . In: Bulletin de la Société Mycologique de France . tape 34 , 1918, pp. 41-46 .
- Les mushrooms parasites et les mycoses de l'homme . In: Encyclopédie Mycologique . tape 2 , 1931, p. 1-290 .
- Antibiose and symbiosis . In: Assoc. franc. pour l'Avanc. des Sciences, Paris . tape 2 , 1889, p. 525-542 .
- Académie lorraine des sciences, Bulletin trimestriel 1966 (6-7): 117
- Author entry and list of the described plant names for Paul Vuillemin at the IPNI
- Literature by and about Paul Vuillemin in the SUDOC catalog (Association of French University Libraries)
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Vuillemin, Jean Paul (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||French mycologist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 13, 1861|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Docelles|
|DATE OF DEATH||June 29, 1932|
|Place of death||Malzéville|