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Ludwig Graff de Pancsova (2 January 1851 – 6 February 1924), more known as Ludwig von Graff, was an Austrian zoologist born in Pancsova. In 1871 he received his medical degree in Vienna, afterwards studying zoology at the University of Graz. In 1872 he was an assistant at the zoological institute in Strasbourg, where he worked closely with Eduard Oscar Schmidt (1823–1886). In 1873 he relocated to Munich as an assistant to Karl Theodor Ernst von Siebold (1804–1885), gaining his habilitation during the following year. In 1876 he became a professor at the Academy of Forestry in Aschaffenburg, and from 1884 was a professor of zoology at the University of Graz. Here he expanded the institute of zoology and its library. In 1896-97 he was rector of the university.

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  • Ludwig Bartholomäus Graff de Pancsova (* 2. Januar 1851 in Pantschowa, Kaisertum Österreich; † 6. Februar 1924 in Graz) war ein ungarisch-österreichischer Zoologe. Er war Rektor an der Karl-Franzens-Universität in Graz und ein Experte in der Erforschung der Strudelwürmer.
  • Ludwig von Graff ou Ludwig Graff de Pancsova, né le 2 janvier 1851 à Pancsova et mort le 6 février 1924 à Graz, est un zoologiste autrichien. Il a travaillé avec Eduard Oscar Schmidt puis avec . Spécialiste des vers plats, il fut professeur à l'université de Graz, puis y fut recteur.
  • Людвиг Графф (нем. Ludwig Graff de Pancsova; 2 января 1851, Панчево — 6 февраля 1924, Грац) — австрийский зоолог, ректор Грацского университета имени Карла и Франца.
  • Ludwig Bartholomäus Graff de Pancsova, född 2 januari 1851, död 6 februari 1924, var en österrikisk zoolog. Graff var professor i zoologi och jämförande anatomi i Graz. Han utgav förtjänstfulla arbeten över maskar, särskilt virvelmaskar, och bearbetade Turbellaria i Heinrich Georg Bronns Klassen und Ordnungen des Tierreichs (1904-1917).
  • Ludwig Graff de Pancsova (2 January 1851 – 6 February 1924), more known as Ludwig von Graff, was an Austrian zoologist born in Pancsova. In 1871 he received his medical degree in Vienna, afterwards studying zoology at the University of Graz. In 1872 he was an assistant at the zoological institute in Strasbourg, where he worked closely with Eduard Oscar Schmidt (1823–1886). In 1873 he relocated to Munich as an assistant to Karl Theodor Ernst von Siebold (1804–1885), gaining his habilitation during the following year. In 1876 he became a professor at the Academy of Forestry in Aschaffenburg, and from 1884 was a professor of zoology at the University of Graz. Here he expanded the institute of zoology and its library. In 1896-97 he was rector of the university.
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