Jacques Monod

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Monod, Jacques

(zhäk mônō`), 1910–76, French biologist, educated at the Univ. of Paris (D.Sc., 1941). He was a leader of the French resistance in World War II. He shared the 1965 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with André Lwoff and François Jacob for discoveries concerning molecular genetic mechanisms inside body cells. His publications include Chance and Necessity (1971) and Of Microbes and Life (ed. with Ernest Borek, 1971).
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Jacques Monod, Chance and Necessity (New York: Alfred A.
Por poner solo unos pocos ejemplos, el creador de la etologia, Konrad Lorenz, y algunos de los padres de la genetica molecular, como Jacques Monod y Francois Jacob, tuvieron que ser honrados mediante ese subterfugio.
recalls having had with the late molecular biologist Jacques Monod.
Nevertheless, the science and argumentation Wilson presents on the sociobiology of religion are formidable, going well beyond the groping ideas that fellow biologist Jacques Monod had pioneered.
The research team came from the Institut Jacques Monod, the Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), as well as BioAlliance Pharma.
Address : Bp 609 - Rue Jacques Monod, 62321, Boulogne Sur Mer Cedex, F
Ocho anos mas tarde, en 1961, los franceses Francois Jacob y Jacques Monod dedujeron el proceso por el cual el ADN rige la sintesis de proteinas en las celulas hacterianas.