[en-derz] /ˈɛn dərz/
John Franklin, 1897–1985, U.S. bacteriologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1954.
John Franklin. 1897–1985, US microbiologist: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1954) with Frederick Robbins and Thomas Weller for their work on viruses
Enders En·ders (ěn’dərz), John Franklin. 1897-1985.
American bacteriologist. He shared a 1954 Nobel Prize for developing a method of growing the poliomyelitis virus in various tissue cultures.
[ahn dey-za-bee-yey] /ɑ̃ deɪ za biˈyeɪ/ adverb, adjective, French. 1. in dishabille; not fully or carefully dressed.
noun 1. Chess. the final stage of a game, usually following the exchange of queens and the serious reduction of forces. 2. the late or final stages of any activity: the end game of the negotiations. /ˈɛndˌɡeɪm/ noun 1. Also called ending. the closing stage of a game of chess, in which only a few […]
end-feet (ěnd’fēt’) pl.n. See axon terminals.