Kenneth Vivian Thimann

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Biology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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plant hormones
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(1904 - 1997)
http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/deceased-members/49794.html
http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/2003/03.13/22-mm.html
https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2003/03/faculty-of-arts-and-sciences-memorial-minute-2-2/

Cross-listing: Terrestrial Ecology Tree - Chemistry Tree

Parents

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Samuel Barnett Schryver grad student 1928 Imperial College (Chemistry Tree)

Children

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James Frederick Bonner grad student 1934 Caltech (Neurotree)
Folke Karl Skoog grad student 1935 Caltech (Chemistry Tree)
Walter John Nickerson grad student 1942 Harvard (Microtree)
Beatrice March Sweeney grad student 1942 Radcliffe College
Aldo Carl Leopold grad student 1948 Harvard
John G. Torrey grad student 1950 Harvard
Carl Arthur Price grad student 1952 Harvard
Luis Sequeira grad student 1952 Harvard (Microtree)
Bruce B. Stowe grad student 1954 Harvard
Peter Martin Ray grad student 1955 Harvard
Mary Helen Goldsmith grad student 1960 Radcliffe College
Barbara C. Gillespie (Pickard) grad student 1963 Harvard
John W. Terborgh grad student 1963 Harvard (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Albert William Ruesink grad student 1966 Harvard
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Thimann KV, Biradivolu R. (1994) Actin and the elongation of plant cells II. The role of divalent ions Protoplasma. 183: 5-9
Thimann KV. (1992) The cholodny-went "theory" Plant Molecular Biology Reporter. 10: 103-104
Park J, Thimann KV. (1990) Senescence and stomatal aperture as affected by antibiotics in darkness and light. Plant Physiology. 92: 696-702
Giridhar G, Thimann KV. (1988) The interaction of senescence and wounding in oat leaves. II. Chlorophyll breakdown caused by wounding in light Plant Science. 54: 133-139
Zhi-Yi T, Veierskov B, Park J, et al. (1988) Multiple actions of abscisic acid in senescence of oat leaves Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. 7: 213-226
Giridhar G, Thimann KV. (1986) Is the effect of wounding on leaf senescence due to ethylene? Plant Science. 47: 11-14
Giridhar G, Thimann KV. (1985) Interaction between Senescence and Wounding in Oat Leaves. Plant Physiology. 78: 29-33
Thimann KV. (1985) The interaction of hormonal and environmental factors in leaf senescence Biologia Plantarum. 27: 83-91
Gepstein S, Thimann KV. (1981) The role of ethylene in the senescence of oat leaves. Plant Physiology. 68: 349-54
Gepstein S, Thimann KV. (1980) The effect of light on the production of ethylene from 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid by leaves. Planta. 149: 196-9
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