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Maheshwari (Tamil Hot Actress Biography Hot Photos Videos Wallpapers 2011)

Maheshwari Biography

In 1931 Maheshwari secured his D.Sc. Before leaving Allahabad University, he went to Dudgeon to pay his regards. Hr told him, “Sir, you have done so much for me. What can I do for you in return?” Pat came the reply, “Do for your students what I have done for you.” This message the young man took to heart. Wherever he went thereafter, whether it was Agra, Dacca or Delhi, he tried to do that. He also worked tirelessly. In addition to winning the Birbal Sahni Medal and the Sunder Lal Hora Memorial Medal, he was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 1965.
Maheshwari was born on November 9, 1904, in Jaipur, Rajasthan. His father, though a clerk, was keen that his son should receive the best possible education. Not only did he train him to spend life in a disciplined manner, but worked long hours to raise the money needed for his son’s education. He used to buy a lot of books for young Maheshwari. In fact, Maheshwari himself spent more than he could afford on books and  material. He always had a small laboratory at home and did research there in his spare hours.
In 1949 Maheshwari was invited to head the new Department of Botany at Delhi University. He came determined to get his students interested in plant embryology, his own specialized field, which was neglected almost everywhere. He decided to carry out research in this field using not very expensive equipment. His efforts were crowned with success. Not only did the department develop and gain recognition abroad, but modern embryology.
It was he who invited the technique of test-tube fertilization of angiosperms. Till then no one thought that flowering plants could be fertilized in test-tubes. Maheshwari’s technique immediately opened up new avenues in plant embryology and has applications in economic and applied botany. Cross-breeding of many flowering plants which cannot crossbreed naturally can be done now. The technique is proving to be of immense help to plant breeders.
In class Maheshwari was like his guru, Dudgeon. His students both loved and feared him. In his honour they named many newly discovered species of plants, like Panchanania Jaipuriensis and Isoetes Panchananii. Though renowned as an embryologist, he was well versed in other botanical fields. Maheshwari wrote two authoritative books, An Introduction to the Embryology of Angiosperms and Recent Advances in Embryology of Angiosperms.










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