VASKhNIL


VASKhNIL

VASKhNIL (Russian language: ВАСХНИЛ) was the All-Union Academy of Agricultural Sciences of the Soviet Union.

It operated from 1929 to 1992 (dissolution of the Soviet Union).

VASKhNIL Chiefs

* 19291935Nikolai Vavilov
* 19351937Alexander Muralov
* 19381956Trofim Lysenko
* 19591961 — Pavel Lobanov
* 19611962 — Trofim Lysenko, second term
* 19621965Mikhail Olshanskiy
* 19651978 — Pavel Lobanov, second term
* 19781983Petr Vavilov
* 19841992Alexander Nikonov

On February 4, 1992 the Academy ceased to exist. The Russian Academy of Agricultural Sciences ( _ru. РАСН) was founded instead.

External links

* [http://www.gpntb.ru/win/libweb/particip/cnshb/cnshb_e.htm LibWorld - Central Scientific Agricultural Library (CSAL)]


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