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Who is Alan Lloyd?
Alan Lloyd is a composer and lyricist.
- profession: Composer, lyricist
- nomination: - nominated to Tony Award for Best Original Score - "A Letter for Queen Victoria"
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Hodgkin(Sir Alan Lloyd), Mantell (Gideon Algernon),Medawar (Sir PeterBrian), Wallace(Alfred Russel) 08 Hamilton (William Donald), Linnaeus (Carolus) 09 Aristotle, Schaudinn (Fritz Richard), Tinbergen (Nikolaas) 10 Kettlewell (Henry Bernard David) 11 Sherrington (Sir Charles Scott) 12Wigglesworth (SirVincentBrian), WynneEdwards (Vero Copner) zoom ...
by V&S Publishers' Editorial Board
Alan Lloyd Hodgkin ( 1914-98; ...
by Elizabeth H. Oakes
Hodgkin, Alan Lloyd (1914–1998) English Neurophysiologist Alan Lloyd Hodgkin collaborated with Sir andrew fielding huxley to determine the mechanics of nerve impulses, confirming earlier theories of neural resting and action potentials. Hodgkin and Huxley identified the chemical function of the “sodium pump,” whereby sodium flooded inward and potassium flooded outward across the neural membrane, creating momentary neural action before returning to equilibrium in a resting ...
by Seth Godin, Lark Productions LLC, Seth Godin Productions
Hodgkin, Sir Alan Lloyd Holley, Robert W. Hopkins, Sir Frederick Gowiand Hounsfield, Sir Godfrey N. Houssay, Bernardo Alberto Hubel, David H. Huggins, Charles Brenton Huxley, Sir Andrew Fielding Jacob, Francois Jerne, Niels K. Katz, Sir Bernard Kendall, Edward Calvin Khorana, Har Gobind Koch, Robert Kocher, Emil Theodor Koehler, Georges J. F. Romberg, Arthur Kossel, Albrecht Krebs, Edwin G. Krebs, ...
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