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Anders Lundquist

Senior Lecturer Emeritus

I was born in 1946 in Malmö, and from my early years I took an interest in animals and plants. I began medical studies in the 1960s, but realized that my true vocation was zoology. This resulted in a Master's degree in Biology, followed by a PhD in Animal Physiology.

A couple of years before my dissertation, I started giving lectures and tutoring biology students. This led to a deep involvement in teaching. I have been teaching for more than 30 years, mainly human physiology and animal physiology. I have received the Student Prize for Excellent Teaching and I am a faculty ETP.

For almost 15 years, I have been a part time web developer, designing several web sites at Lund University. I have been particularly engaged in my Swedish popular science site "Info om djur". Here, I publish my answers to questions from the public, especially from schools. I also write popular science articles for the site. The site currently receives about 5000 weekly visits.

I also contribute to the Swedish National Encyclopedia with articles in animal and human physiology as well as zoology.

I am now partly retired, but will continue working for some time to come. An important goal is to expand and update my popular science site. I also hope to find more time to read, especially books and articles within evolutionary science, history and linguistics.

Animals and Anders Lundquist in circles

I receive a wide variety of questions at my popular science site. Some of the animal species concerned are depicted above.


Retrieved from Lund University's publications database



Retrieved from Lund University's publications database


Retrieved from Lund University's publications database

Page Manager:
Anders Lundquist
E-mail: anders [dot] lundquist [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se

Professor emeritus

Functional zoology

+46 46 222 93 53

+46 73 595 37 38


Sölvegatan 35, Lund


Research group

Animal Physiology