[per-uh ts, puh-roots] /ˈpɛr əts, pəˈruts/
Max Ferdinand, 1914–2002, English chemist, born in Austria: Nobel prize 1962.
Max Ferdinand. 1914–2002, British biochemist, born in Austria. With J. C. Kendrew, he worked on the structure of haemoglobin and shared the Nobel prize for chemistry 1962
Perutz Per·utz (pə-rōōts’, pěr’əts), Max Ferdinand. Born 1914.
Austrian-born English biochemist. He shared a 1962 Nobel Prize for determining the molecular structure of blood components.
Austrian-born British biochemist who determined the structure of hemoglobin, demonstrating that it is composed of four chains of molecules. For this work he shared with John Kendrew the 1962 Nobel Prize for chemistry.
[puh-roo] /pəˈru/ noun 1. Spanish Perú [pe-roo] /pɛˈru/ (Show IPA). a republic in W South America. 496,222 sq. mi. (1,285,215 sq. km). Capital: Lima. 2. a city in N central Indiana. 3. a city in N Illinois. /pəˈruːvɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Peru or its inhabitants noun 2. a native or inhabitant of […]
noun 1. (def 2). noun 1. another name for cinchona (sense 2)
noun 1. a pepper tree, Schinus molle.
noun 1. See under (def 1). [rat-n-ee] /ˈræt n i/ noun, plural rhatanies. 1. either of two South American shrubs belonging to the genus Krameria, of the legume family, K. tiandra (knotty rhatany or Peruvian rhatany) or K. argentea (Brazilian rhatany or Pará rhatany) 2. the root of either of these plants, used as an […]