Definition of John James Rickard Macleod

1. Noun. Scottish physiologist who directed the research by F. G. Banting and C. H. Best that led to the discovery of insulin (1876-1935).

Exact synonyms: John Macleod, Macleod
Generic synonyms: Physiologist

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Literary usage of John James Rickard Macleod

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch (1907)
"By Professor John James Rickard Macleod, MB xv. On the Action of certain Bacteria in producing Cell-necrosis. By George Ford Pétrie. MD xvi. ..."

2. Monthly Bulletin of Books Added to the Public Library of the City of Boston by Boston Public Library (1908)
"Haskins, Howard Davis. and John James Rickard Macleod. 1876-. Organic chemistry, including certain portions of physical chemistry, for medical, ..."

3. The Home Dietitian: Or, Food and Health; Scientific Dietetics Practically by Belle Jessie Wood Comstock (1922)
"John James Rickard Macleod, MB, in " Physiology and Biochemistry in Modern Medicine." The Body Living upon Its Own Tissue It is quite evident, then, ..."

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