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33. Sir Bernard Katz
34. DD Kosambi
35. Michael Faraday
36. James Clerk Maxwell

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Asked by Krishnakumar G. Nair, 21 Oct '07 12:53 pm
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Sir Bernard Katz - won the Nobel for his discovery that Neurotransmitter release at synapses is "quantal"--that is, that at any particular synapse the amount of neurotransmitter released is never less than a certain amount, and if more is always an integral number times this amount. This circumstance arises, scientists now know, because, prior to their release into the synaptic gap, transmitter molecules reside in like-sized subcellular packages known as synaptic vesicles (more at exocytosis).
Katz's work had immediate influence on the study of organophosphates and organochlorines, the basis of new post-war study for nerve agents and pesticides, as he determined that the complex enzyme cycle was easily disrupted.

DD Kosambi -Pathbreaking Indian Historian and Mathematician.
History is not a sequence of haphazard events but is made by human beings in the satisfaction of daily needs said by DD Kosambi.

Michael Faraday - the discoverer of electro-magnetic induction, electro-magn ...more
Answered by Puran, 21 Oct '07 01:10 pm

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Faraday discovered dynamo.
Answered by serpentine, 21 Oct '07 12:54 pm

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