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'''Augustus Volney Waller''' [[Fellow of the Royal Society|FRS]] (21 December 1816 - 18 September 1870) was a British neurophysiologist. His son was Augustus Desiré Waller.
 
'''Augustus Volney Waller''' [[Fellow of the Royal Society|FRS]] (21 December 1816 - 18 September 1870) was a British neurophysiologist. His son was Augustus Desiré Waller.
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He was the first to describe the degeneration of severed nerve fibers, now known as [[Wallerian degeneration]].
 
He was the first to describe the degeneration of severed nerve fibers, now known as [[Wallerian degeneration]].
   
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Augustus Volney Waller FRS (21 December 1816 - 18 September 1870) was a British neurophysiologist. His son was Augustus Desiré Waller.

He was the first to describe the degeneration of severed nerve fibers, now known as Wallerian degeneration.

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