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 (bo͞ot′n-änt′), Adolf Friedrich 1903-1995.
German chemist. He shared a 1939 Nobel Prize for his work on sex hormones but declined the honor following a Nazi edict prohibiting acceptance.
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Butenandt

(German ˈbutənant)
n
(Biography) Adolf Frederick Johann. 1903–95, German organic chemist. He shared the Nobel prize for chemistry (1939) for his pioneering work on sex hormones
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A lista de ganhadores do Premio Nobel de Quimica tambem impressiona: van't Hoff (1901), Fischer (1902), von Baeyer (1905), Buchner (1907), Willstatter (1915), Haber (1918), Nernst (1920), Debye (1936), Butenandt (1939), Hahn (1944), Diels (1950).
Box 100131,33501 Bielefeld, Germany (f) Institute of Pharmaceutical Biology, Butenandt Str.
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Entre dichas sustancias que provocan reacciones fisiologicas o de comportamiento en los individuos interactuantes estan las denominadas como feromonas, las cuales son secretadas y liberadas al ambiente por un individuo y causan una reaccion especifica en otros miembros de la misma especie (Karlson y Butenandt, 1959).