Waksman
biographical name Selman Abraham 1888-1973 American (Ukrainian-born) microbiologist

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  • Waksman —   [ wɑːksmən], Selman Abraham, amerikanischer Mikrobiologe russischer Herkunft, * Priluki (bei Kiew) 22. 7. 1888, ✝ Hyannis (Massachusetts) 16. 8. 1973; wurde 1930 Professor in New Brunswick (N. J.) und 1949 Direktor des dortigen Instituts für… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Waksman — Waksman, Selman Abraham …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Waksman — (Selman Abraham) (1888 1973) microbiologiste américain d origine russe. Il créa le mot antibiotique et découvrit la streptomycine. P. Nobel 1952 …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Waksman — [waks′mən] Selman A(braham) [sel′mən] 1888 1973; U.S. microbiologist, born in Russia …   English World dictionary

  • Waksman — Selman Waksman (1953) Selman Abraham Waksman (ukrainisch Зельман Абрахам Ваксман, wiss. Transliteration Zel man Abracham Vaksman; * 22. Juli 1888 in Pryluky (bei Kiew, Ukraine); † 16. August …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Waksman — Зельман Абрахам Ваксман Selman Abraham Waksman Американский микробиолог, профессор (фото 1953). Лауреат Нобелевской премии по физиологии и медицине (1952) …   Википедия

  • Waksman — /waks meuhn/, n. Selman Abraham /sel meuhn/, 1888 1973, U.S. microbiologist: Nobel prize for medicine 1952. * * * …   Universalium

  • Waksman — /ˈwæksmən/ (say waksmuhn) noun Selman Abraham, 1888–1973, Russian born US microbiologist; discovered the antibiotic streptomycin; Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1952 …   Australian English dictionary

  • Waksman — /waks meuhn/, n. Selman Abraham /sel meuhn/, 1888 1973, U.S. microbiologist: Nobel prize for medicine 1952 …   Useful english dictionary

  • WAKSMAN, SELMAN ABRAHAM — (1888–1973), U.S. microbiologist and Nobel Prize winner. Born in Priluki, Russia, he was taken to the United States as a child. From 1925, he taught at Rutgers University, heading its Institute of Microbiology from 1949. Although Waksman s… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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