- NAME: Ernest Everett Just
- OCCUPATION: Educator, Biologist
- BIRTH DATE: August 14, 1883
- DEATH DATE: October 27, 1941
- Did You Know?: Earnest Everett Just was the only magna cum laude recipient at his 1907 Dartmouth College graduation.
- EDUCATION: Dartmouth College, Kimball Hall Academy, University of Chicago
- PLACE OF BIRTH: Charleston, South Carolina
- PLACE OF DEATH: Washington, D.C.
- AKA: Earnest Just
- Full Name: Earnest Everett Just
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Earnest Everett Just was an African-American biologist and educator best known for his pioneering work in the physiology of development, especially in fertilization.
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