Definition of Maurice Wilkins
1. Noun. English biochemist who helped discover the structure of DNA (1916-2004).
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1. Forrester's Pictorial Miscellany for the Family Circle by Mark Forrester (1855)
"Yet it is a remarkable fact that while flames issue from the crater, a huge chasm at the top of the mountain, which Maurice Wilkins will describe to you in ..."
2. Biotechnology and Food: Leader and Participant Guide by Tom Zinnen, Jane Voichick (1994)
"1 953 James Watson and Francis Crick describe the double helix of DNA, using x-ray diffraction patterns of Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins at King's ..."
3. Africa in the Age of Biology by Wilmot Godfrey James (2004)
"Sir Aaron was an important contemporary of James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins and Rosalind Franklin, all involved in establishing that the ..."
4. Forrester's Pictorial Miscellany for Boys and Girls by William Roberts, Nathaniel Orr, William Barritt, Benson John Lossing, J. K. Stickney, F. & G.C. Rand (1854)
"... a huge chasm at the top of the mountain, which Maurice Wilkins will describe to you in the course of his thrilling adventures, while the melted matter ..."