He is the son of the botanist Pierre Magnol (1638-1715). In 1696, it becomes Militaire after obtaining its title of doctor in Médecine. It returns to the university of Montpellier where it assists his father starting from 1707 and with its pulpit in 1715 replaces it.
He is the author of Dissertatio of naturali secretione bilis in jecore (Montpellier, 1719), Denatura and causis fluiditatis sanguinis naturalis and deperditæ (Montpellier, 1741) as well as a posthumous edition of certain manuscripts of his father.
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