The scientific contribution of Guy Magniez (1935–2014)

Florian Malard, Jean-Paul Henry, Christophe J. Douady
2014 Subterranean Biology  
Guy Magniez was born on 23 August 1935 at Marey-sur-Tille, a small village in Côte-d'Or (France). He followed high school studies in Dijon and obtained his high school diploma in 1953. He was an elementary school teacher during one year before joining the University of Dijon where he passed a Bachelor's degree in Natural Sciences in 1958. In 1959, he involved in research at the Laboratory of Geology and obtained a Master degree by submitting a research report on the microfacies of crinoidal
more » ... es of crinoidal Bajocian limestones. Once he successfully passed the Aggregation for secondary education in Natural Sciences in 1960, he integrated the Research Laboratory of Animal and General Biology at the University of Dijon under the direction of Professor Husson. He began with the organization of practical classes for first-year students and a few years later he became responsible for organizing practical classes in general biology and genetics for bachelors. At this time, Guy was in charge of breeding fruit flies for teaching purpose in
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