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Haldane

1. J(ohn) B(urdon) S(anderson) 1892--1964, Scottish biochemist, geneticist, and writer on science
2. his father, John Scott. 1860--1936, Scottish physiologist, noted particularly for his research into industrial diseases
3. his brother, Richard Burdon, 1st Viscount Haldane of Cloan. 1856--1928, British statesman and jurist. As secretary of state for war (1905--12) he reorganized the army and set up the territorial reserve
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