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Kalevi Kull

Kalevi Kull (2012)

Kalevi Kull (born on August 12, 1952, Tartu) is an eminent biosemiotics professor at the University of Tartu, Estonia.

He was the president of the Estonian Naturalists' Society in 1991–1994.

Ecologist Olevi Kull was his younger brother.[1]


  • Emmeche, Claus; Kull, Kalevi (eds.) (2011). Towards a Semiotic Biology: Life is the Action of Signs. London: Imperial College Press.


  1. ^ Oren, Ram; Kull, Kalevi; Noormets, Asko (April 2008). "Olevi Kull's lifetime contribution to ecology". Tree Physiology 28 (4): 483–490.  

External links

  • Tartu University: Kalevi Kull
  • Publications List

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