A Conversation with André Jagendorf

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On September 8, 2016 André discussed his life journey with colleague, Robert Turgeon, a professor in the Plant Biology Section.
“André Tridon Jagendorf is a Liberty Hyde Bailey Professor Emeritus in the Section of Plant Biology at Cornell University who is notable for providing direct evidence that chloroplasts synthesize adenosine trisphosphate (ATP) using the chemiosmotic mechanism proposed by Peter Mitchell.
“Jagendorf became the President of the American Society of Plant Physiologists in 1967. He received the Charles F. Kettering Award of the American Society of Plant Physiologists in 1978. Jagendorf was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1980. Jagendorf received the Charles Reid Barnes Life Membership Award of the American Society of Plant Physiologists in 1989 and received the 2012 Rebeiz Foundation for Basic Research Life Time Achievement Award for his contributions to the understanding of ATP Biosynthesis.”
From Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/André_Tridon_Jagendorf)
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The University Faculty Memorial Statement for Andre T. Jagendorf is available at https://blogs.cornell.edu/deanoffaculty/files/2016/01/Andre-Jagendorf-1nmrx17.pdf
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2016-09-08
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