Charles Henry Turner (February 3, 1867 – February 14, 1923) was an American
research biologist, educator, zoologist, and comparative psychologist born in ...
Charles Henry Turner, a zoologist and scholar, was the first person to discover
that insects can hear and alter behavior based on previous experience.
This paper presents a brief biography of Charles Henry Turner and outlines some
of his contributions to the study of honey bee behavior. In addition to making a ...
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Americans in the Sciences. Charles Henry Turner was born in Cincinnati, Ohio
Although he held a doctorate from the University of Chicago, zoologist Charles
Henry Turner chose to teach at high schools so he could devote more time to the
Entomologist Charles Henry Turner was born on February 3, 1867 in Cincinnati
Ohio. His father, Thomas, was a church custodian and mother, Adeline, was a ...
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