[hawl-deyn] /ˈhɔl deɪn/
John Burdon Sanderson
[bur-dn san-der-suh n] /ˈbɜr dn ˈsæn dər sən/ (Show IPA), 1892–1964, English biochemist, geneticist, and writer.
his father, John Scott, 1860–1936, Scottish physiologist and writer.
Richard Burdon (Viscount Haldane of Cloan) 1856–1928, Scottish jurist, statesman, and writer (brother of John Scott).
J(ohn) B(urdon) S(anderson) 1892–1964, Scottish biochemist, geneticist, and writer on science
his father, John Scott. 1860–1936, Scottish physiologist, noted particularly for his research into industrial diseases
his brother, Richard Burdon, 1st Viscount Haldane of Cloan. 1856–1928, British statesman and jurist. As secretary of state for war (1905–12) he reorganized the army and set up the territorial reserve
Haldane Hal·dane (hôl’dān’, -dən)
Family of Scottish intellectuals and scientists, including John Scott Haldane (1860-1936), a physiologist noted for his studies of the exchange of gases during respiration; and his son John Burdon Sanderson Haldane (1892-1964), a geneticist.
- Haldane effect
Haldane effect Hal·dane effect (hôl’dān’) n. The promotion of carbon dioxide dissociation that results from the oxygenation of hemoglobin.
[hawl-duh-muh nd] /ˈhɔl də mənd/ noun 1. a town in SE Ontario, in S Canada.
[hal-dawl, -dol] /ˈhæl dɔl, -dɒl/ Pharmacology, Trademark. 1. a brand of .
[heyl] /heɪl/ adjective, haler, halest. 1. free from disease or infirmity; robust; vigorous: hale and hearty men in the prime of life. [heyl] /heɪl/ verb (used with object), haled, haling. 1. to compel (someone) to go: to hale a man into court. 2. to haul; pull. [hah-ley] /ˈhɑ leɪ/ noun 1. (in Hawaii) a simple […]