Julius Macleod

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BelgianBorn Julius Macleod

Belgian biologist

Born on February 19, 1857 in Oostende , Belgium

Died on March 3, 1919 in Gent , Belgium

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Julius Mac Leod (19 February 1857 – 3 March 1919), was a Belgian biologist and professor at the University of Ghent. His father was of Scottish descent.
Mac Leod was born in Ostend. He was also director of the botanical garden. Julius Mac Leod was an active member of the Flemish movement and a proponent of the usage of Flemish at the University of Ghent. He died in Ghent during the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918–1919.
...   Julius Mac Leod (19 February 1857 – 3 March 1919), was a Belgian biologist and professor at the University of Ghent. His father was of Scottish descent.
Mac Leod was born in Ostend. He was also director of the botanical garden. Julius Mac Leod was an active member of the Flemish movement and a proponent of the usage of Flemish at the University of Ghent. He died in Ghent during the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918–1919.


References
Julius Mac Leod (Liberal Archive)
Bossaert, Henry, Julius Mac Leod en de Vervlaamsing, Gent, Archief RUG, 1977, 94 p.


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