Definition of Lind, James in English:

Lind, James

Line breaks: James Lind
Pronunciation: /lɪnd
 
/
( 1716–94), Scottish physician. He laid the foundations for the discovery of vitamins by performing experiments on scurvy in sailors. After his death the Royal Navy officially adopted the practice of giving lime juice to sailors.

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