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Authorised form of nameMeyerhof; Otto Fritz (1884 - 1951)
SurnameMeyerhof
ForenamesOtto Fritz
Dates1884 - 1951
Dates and placesBirth:
Hannover, Germany (12 April 1884)
Death:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (06 October 1951)
ActivityResearch Field:
Biochemistry
Royal Society activityMembership:
Foreign Member
Election Date:
17/06/1937
Medals/Prizes:
Nobel Prize (Physiology or Medicine) 1922
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1954 vol 9 pp 175-200, plate, by R A Peters
References:
Joseph Needham, 'Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, OM, FRS (1861-1947)' in NR 1962 vol 17 pp 117-162
Royal Society codeNA1050
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1937/20Meyerhof, Otto: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/003077Meyerhof, Otto Fritznd
RR/65/202Referee's report by Otto Fritz Meyerhof, on a paper 'Morphogenesis and metabolism: studies with the cartesian diver ultramicromanometer III. Respiratory rate of the regions of the amphibian gastrula' by Joseph Needham and E J Boell 1939
RR/65/197Referee's report by Otto Fritz Meyerhof, on a paper 'Morphogenesis and metabolism: studies with the cartesian diver ultramicromanometer IV. Respiratory quotient of the regions of the amphibian gastrula' by Joseph Needham, E J Boell and Henri Koch 1938
RR/65/200Referee's report by Otto Fritz Meyerhof, on a paper 'Morphogenesis and metabolism: studies with the cartesian diver ultramicromanometer II. Effect of dinitro-o-cresol on the anaerobic glycolysis of the regions of the amphibian gastrula' by Joseph Needham and E J Boell 1939
RR/65/198Referee's report by Otto Fritz Meyerhof, on a paper 'Morphogenesis and metabolism: studies with the Cartesian diver ultramicro-manometer V. Aerobic glycolysis measurements on the regions of the amphibian gastrula' by Joseph Needham, Veronica Rogers and Shih-chang Shen1939
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