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Lysenkoism

Lysenkoism
An overview
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Lysenkoism

An overview

Overview
Trofim Lysenko
Lysenkoism
Soviet policies
Bourgeois pseudoscience
Collectivization in the Soviet Union
Pavlovian session
Suppressed research in the Soviet Union
Wrecking
Lysenkoists
Nikita Khrushchev
Ivan Vladimirovich Michurin
Joseph Stalin
VASKhNIL
Dissidents
Wacław Gajewski
Tan Jiazhen
Georgii Karpechenko
Roy Medvedev
Georgii Nadson
Nikolai Vavilov
Concepts
Heredity
Heritability
Hybridization
Inheritance of acquired characteristics
Lamarckism
Mendelian inheritance
Vernalization
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Leninism
Marxism
Politicization of science
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