Ondess Lamar Inman

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C. F. Kettering Foundation for the Study of Chlorophyll and Photosynthesis Antioch College 
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(1890 - 1942)
ONDESS LAMAR INMAN was born in Bloomfield, Ind., November 11, 1890, was given an A.B. by Indiana University, 1915, B.S. by University of Idaho, 1918, and Ph.D. by Harvard 1921. He held a teaching fellowship and instructorship in Botany at Idaho , 1915-18, and Austin Teaching fellowship at Harvard, 1919-20. Dr. Inman became professor of Biology at Antioch College in 1921, shortly changed to Physiology, and became Dean in 1929, which positions he filled until 1930 when he became Directo r of the C. F. Kettering Foundation. His main work here was experimental research on chlorophyl. He was a member of A. A. A. S. and Botanical Society of America and joined the Academy in 1923, serving as vice-president in 1935.
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Wender SH, Gortner RA, Inman OL. (1943) The isolation of photosensitizing agents from buckwheat Journal of the American Chemical Society. 65: 1733-1735
Inman OL. (1938) Photosynthesis and the living state Science. 88: 544-545
Rothemund P, Mcnary RR, Inman OL. (1934) Occurrence of decomposition products of chlorophyll. II. Decomposition products of chlorophyll in the stomach walls of herbivorous animals Journal of the American Chemical Society. 56: 2400-2403
Rothemund P, Inman OL. (1932) Occurrence of decomposition products of chlorophyll. I. Decomposition of chlorophyll in the digestive system of the cow Journal of the American Chemical Society. 54: 4702-4706
Inman OL, Rothemund P. (1931) The occurrence of phylloerythrin in the digestive system of herbivorous animals Science. 74: 221
Inman OL. (1926) Plant physiology [2] Science. 64: 649-650
Inman OL. (1924) Four generations of symphalangism Journal of Heredity. 15: 329-334
Inman OL. (1923) Iron-depositing bacteria Science. 13
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