Kenneth B. Raper papers 1925-1986.
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Lindsay Shepherd Olive was born in Florence, S.C., in 1917. He received his Ph.D. in botany from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1942. He was on the faculty of the botany department at Columbia University, 1949-1968, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1968-1982. Professor Olive was a distinguished mycologist whose research focused on the cytology, genetics, morphology, and taxonomy of fungi and mycetozoans. From the description of Lindsay S. Olive...
Bonner earned his Harvard SB in 1941, his AM in 1942, and his PhD in 1947. From the description of Student papers in English A, 1937-1938. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228511920 ...
Thimann taught biology at Harvard from 1935 to 1965. From the description of Papers of Kenneth V. Thimann, 1929-1988 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973199 Biography Biographical Narrative Kenneth V. Thimann was a pioneering researcher in the field of plant physiology. He was best known for describing the functions of hormones in the control and development...
Charles Thom (1872-1956) worked in various capacities for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for over 40 years. In 1904, he began working for the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, where he remained as mycologist in charge of cheese investigations until 1913. By 1927 he was head of the Division of Soil Microbiology of Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. After his retirement, he carried out inspections for the War Food Administration. Throughout his career, Thom was involved in import...
Kenneth Bryan Raper (1908-1987) was a mycologist and microbiologist. He was an authority on the medical and industrial applications of fungi of the genera Aspergillus and Penicillium and on the life history and taxonomy of the Dictyosteliaceae. He worked with the USDA Bureau of Chemistry and Soils (1929-1936) and Bureau of Plant Industry (1936-1940) where he collaborated with Charles Thom. He was microbiologist at the USDA Northern Regional Research Laboratory in Peoria, IL (1940-1953. He was Pr...
Howard Walter Florey was born on September 24, 1898, in Adelaide, Australia. He received a degree in medicine from Adelaide University in 1921, then went to Oxford as a Rhodes scholar and in 1924, attended Cambridge. He spent 1925 traveling in the United States as a Rockefeller traveling fellow and in 1926, married Mary Ethel Reed, with whom he had two children. The next year, he received his Ph.D. from Cambridge. Between 1927 and 1962, Florey held teaching positions at Cambridge, Sheffield, and...