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Hopkins, Sir Frederick Gowland Syllabification: Hop·kins, Sir Frederick Gowland
Pronunciation:
/ˈhäpkənz/

Definition of Hopkins, Sir Frederick Gowland in English:

( 1861–1947), English biochemist. He carried out pioneering work on “accessory food factors” essential to the diet, later called vitamins. Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1929), shared with Christiaan Eijkman.

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