The Coil of Life: The Story of the Great Discoveries in the Life Sciences

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INDEX
Acetabularia, 258
actin, 399-402, 405-6
ADP (Adenosine diphosphate), 374
Altmann, R., 370-1
American Association for the Advancement of Science, cell centennial, 100
amino acids: theory of formaU? tion, 356-8; experimental eviU? dence, 358; assembly, 359-65
Anderson, Thomas H., 265-6
Aristotle, quoted, 103, 119, 176-7, 380-1
ATP (Adenosine triphosphate), 374, 397-9, 405
Avery, O. T., 264-5, 348
Azotobacter vinelandii, 288-92
Baeyer, Adolf von, 144-5, 147- 8
Bail, Karl, 133
Balard, Antoine, 118, 123
Bamford, C. H., 331-2
Bateson, William, 162, 212
Bawden, Frederick, 309
Beadle, George Wells, Chapter XII; embryonic transplants, 239-40; Neurospora experiU? ments, 241-7; mutation deU? ficiencies, 248-9; chain efU? fects, 249-50; pellagra theU? ory, 250-1; fifteen-year study, 252; home, 252-3; Nobel Prize, 253; 258
Beaumont, Dr. William, 323-4, 327
Behrens, Martin, 268-70
Belitzer, V. A., 374
Bernard, Claude, 118, 138-40, 327
Berry, G. P., 264
Berthold, A. A., 327
Berthollet, Claude, 30, 34, 138- 40
Berzelius, Johann Jakob, 55-7, 59-62, 65-6, 68; names proU? tein, 155; 324
Bichat, Marie François, 5, ChapU? ter III; tissues and memU? branes, 48-52; books, 52; 54, 71
Biot, Jean Baptiste, 107, 121
Black, Joseph, 16-17; discovery of oxygen, 26-7; 34
Blagden, Charles, 32
Borsook, Henry, 354-5
Boyle, Robert, 72
Brachet, Jean, 270, 350-1
Brown, Robert, 89-90, 101-2
Buchner, Eduard, 5, 151; ferU? mentation without cell, 152- 4; yeast enzyme, 154-5; NoU? bel Prize, 155; 162, 324
Buchner, Hans, 151-2
calorimeter, 27-30, 39
cancer, 410
carbon-14, 352
Caspersson, Torbjoern, 253, 270-1, 350-1

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