Sam Wildman

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Samuel Goodnow Wildman (May 26, 1912 – August 16, 2004) became Professor of Biology at the University of California, Los Angeles, first joining the university in 1950 [1] and finally retiring in 1979.[1] Professor Wildman is best known for his leading work over several decades on "Fraction I protein" (now known as RuBisCO) although his record of publications spanned more than 60 years in total.[1] In 1979, the American Society of Plant Physiologists awarded him with the Charles Barnes Life Membership Award,[1] placing him in company with notables; such as Erwin Bünning.

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  1. ^ a b c d González, Elma; Elaine Tobin. "IN MEMORIAM". Retrieved 2009-06-07.