Harlyn Odell Halvorson

Affiliations: 
1956-1971 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
 1971-1987 Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, United States 
 1987-1992 Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory 
Area:
microbiology
Website:
https://www.mbl.edu/obituaries/harlyn-o-halvorson/
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(1925 - 2008)

Parents

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Sol Spiegelman grad student 1952 UIUC (Chemistry Tree)
 (The problem of the precursor of induced enzyme synthesis.)

Children

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Roy H. Doi grad student 1960 UW Madison (Chemistry Tree)
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Halvorson HO, Duff J. (2008) Offshore aquaculture legislation designed to balance production and protection. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 56: 1673-5
Tlusty MF, Smolowitz RM, Halvorson HO, et al. (2007) Host susceptibility hypothesis for shell disease in American lobsters. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. 19: 215-25
Halvorson HO. (2007) Development of molecular biology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Biology of the Cell / Under the Auspices of the European Cell Biology Organization. 99: 717-24
Bowen RE, Halvorson H, Depledge MH. (2006) The oceans and human health. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 53: 541-4
Halvorson HO, Chavez-Crooker P, Diaz P, et al. (2001) Marine biotechnology opportunities for Latin America Electronic Journal of Biotechnology. 4: 12-15
Halvorson HO, Quezada F. (1999) Increasing public involvement in enriching our fish stocks through genetic enhancement. Genetic Analysis : Biomolecular Engineering. 15: 75-84
Halvorson HO. (1997) Two generations of spore research: from father to son. Microbiología (Madrid, Spain). 13: 131-48
Chikarmane H, Bullis RA, Halvorson HO. (1994) M13 DNA fingerprinting in differentiation of marine Vibrio species. Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology. 3: 200-5
Halvorson HO. (1992) Civilian control of biological defense research. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 666: 191-201
Boschwitz H, Gofshtein-Gandman L, Halvorson HO, et al. (1991) The possible involvement of trypsin-like enzymes in germination of spores of Bacillus cereus T and Bacillus subtilis 168. Journal of General Microbiology. 137: 1145-53
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