[nawr-thruh p] /ˈnɔr θrəp/
John Howard, 1891–1987, U.S. biochemist: Nobel Prize in chemistry 1946.
Northrop Nor·throp (nôr’thrəp), John Howard. 1891-1987.
American biochemist. He shared a 1946 Nobel Prize for discovering methods of producing pure enzymes and virus proteins.
[roi-uh l-tuh n] /ˈrɔɪ əl tən/ noun 1. a town in N Ohio.
[nawr-thruh p] /ˈnɔr θrəp/ noun 1. a male given name.
noun 1. a river in S central Canada, flowing E from the Rocky Mountains and joining the South Saskatchewan River to form the Saskatchewan River. 760 miles (1223 km) long. noun 1. a river in W Canada, rising in W Alberta and flowing northeast, east, and southeast to join the South Saskatchewan River and form […]
noun 1. an arm of the Atlantic between Great Britain and the European mainland. About 201,000 sq. mi. (520,600 sq. km); greatest depth, 1998 feet (610 meters). noun 1. an arm of the Atlantic between Great Britain and the N European mainland. Area: about 569 800 sq km (220 000 sq miles) Former name German […]