Russian language: ВАСХНИЛ) was the All-UnionAcademy of Agricultural Sciences of the Soviet Union.
It operated from
1929to 1992( dissolution of the Soviet Union).
1929— 1935— Nikolai Vavilov
1935— 1937— Alexander Muralov
1938— 1956— Trofim Lysenko
1959— 1961— Pavel Lobanov
1961— 1962— Trofim Lysenko, second term
1962— 1965— Mikhail Olshanskiy
1965— 1978— Pavel Lobanov, second term
1978— 1983— Petr Vavilov
1984— 1992— Alexander Nikonov
February 4, 1992the Academy ceased to exist. The Russian Academy of Agricultural Sciences( _ru. РАСН) was founded instead.
* [http://www.gpntb.ru/win/libweb/particip/cnshb/cnshb_e.htm LibWorld - Central Scientific Agricultural Library (CSAL)]
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