By Lisa Yount
A useful quantity within the awesome Scientists sequence, A to Z of Biologists makes use of the machine of biography with the intention to positioned a human face on technological know-how - a style that provides immediacy to the prose for the excessive schooler who may need an curiosity in pursuing a profession in biology. This entire survey gains greater than one hundred eighty entries and 50 black-and-white pictures. every one profile makes a speciality of a specific biologist's learn and contributions to the sector and his or her impression on scientists whose paintings undefined. Their lives and personalities are mentioned in addition via incidents, quotations, and images. Culturally inclusive and spanning the entire diversity of biologists from precedent days to the current day, the entries on girls and minority biologists specifically articulate the various hindrances that those biologists overcame within the strategy of attaining their objectives. This quantity is a perfect source for college students and basic readers drawn to the heritage of biology or the private lives of important biologists.
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P. Putnam’s Sons, 1972. ᨳ Boyer, Herbert Wayne (1936– ) American Biochemist Herbert Boyer and STANLEY N. COHEN were the first to transfer a gene from one species of living thing into another species and show that the gene could function in its new location, thus making genetic engineering practical. Boyer also cofounded one of the first businesses based on the new technology. Boyer, born in Derry, Pennsylvania, in 1936, was a football star in high school. He studied biology and chemistry at St.
He died in Paris on February 10, 1878. Further Reading Bernard, Claude. Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine. 1865. : Dover Publications, 1957. Holmes, Frederick L. Claude Bernard and Animal Chemistry. Boston: Harvard University Press, 1974. ᨳ Bishop, J. Michael (1936– ) American Molecular Biologist, Geneticist, Virologist When John Michael Bishop was growing up, no one—least of all Bishop himself—would have predicted that he would become a Nobel Prize– winning researcher, uncovering genetic secrets of both cancer and normal cell growth.
Berg married Mildred Levy in 1947, and the couple has one son, John Alexander. Berg did his first major work in the late 1950s. It built on several earlier discoveries, beginning with GEORGE WELLS BEADLE and Edward Tatum’s finding in the early 1940s that genes determine characteristics by telling cells how to make proteins. Genes proved to be made of DNA, and FRANCIS CRICK, the codiscoverer of DNA’s structure, had suggested that the order in which small molecules called bases are arranged within the large DNA molecule specifies the order in which the cell connects other small molecules called amino acids to make a particular protein.