Folke K. Skoog (15 juin 1908 à Halland, Suède - 15 février 2001) était un physiologiste végétaliste suédois, pionnier dans le domaine des régulateurs de croissance, particulièrement les cytokinines. On lui doit notamment le test de Skoog qui sert à tester des substances à action hormonale, en observant leurs effets sur la division de cellules de moëlle de tabac mises en culture.

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  • Folke K. Skoog (15 juin 1908 à Halland, Suède - 15 février 2001) était un physiologiste végétaliste suédois, pionnier dans le domaine des régulateurs de croissance, particulièrement les cytokinines. On lui doit notamment le test de Skoog qui sert à tester des substances à action hormonale, en observant leurs effets sur la division de cellules de moëlle de tabac mises en culture.
  • Folke K. Skoog (15 luglio 1908 – 15 febbraio 2001) è stato un botanico svedese.Studioso di fisiologia vegetale.Ha sintetizzato e testato in laboratorio la 6-benzilaminopurina.Con lo scienziato Toshio Murashige nel 1962, durante la ricerca per un regolatore di crescita delle piante, mise a punto il terreno di Murashige e Skoog, il mezzo ancora oggi più usato nel campo delle colture in vitro di cellule vegetali.
  • Folke Karl Skoog (July 15, 1908 – February 15, 2001) was a Swedish-born American plant physiologist who was a pioneer in the field of plant growth regulators, particularly cytokinins. Skoog was a recipient of the National Medal of Science.Born in Halland, Sweden, Skoog emigrated to the United States during a trip to California in 1925, and was naturalized as a citizen almost a decade later. He competed, and finished sixth in heat 2, in the 1500 meter race during the 1932 Summer Olympics. In 1936, he received his PhD in biology from Caltech for his work done with auxin, a plant hormone.Skoog's professional career advanced significantly with his arrival at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1947. Carlos Miller discovered kinetin in 1954, and benzyladenine and related compounds were later synthesized in Skoog's lab.In 1962, Skoog and Toshio Murashige published what is probably the best-known paper in plant tissue culture; in a fruitless attempt to discover a yet-unknown plant growth regulator in tobacco juice for his doctoral thesis, Murashige and Skoog instead developed a greatly improved salt base for the sterile culture of tobacco. Now referred to as Murashige and Skoog medium, the final paper (Murashige, T. and Skoog, F. (1962) A revised medium for rapid growth and bioassays with tobacco tissue cultures. Physiol Plant 18: 100-127) is considered one of the most often-cited papers in biology. Now 50 years after the work, M&S salt base remains an essential component in plant tissue culture.In 1970, Skoog was elected a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
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  • Folke K. Skoog (15 juin 1908 à Halland, Suède - 15 février 2001) était un physiologiste végétaliste suédois, pionnier dans le domaine des régulateurs de croissance, particulièrement les cytokinines. On lui doit notamment le test de Skoog qui sert à tester des substances à action hormonale, en observant leurs effets sur la division de cellules de moëlle de tabac mises en culture.
  • Folke K. Skoog (15 luglio 1908 – 15 febbraio 2001) è stato un botanico svedese.Studioso di fisiologia vegetale.Ha sintetizzato e testato in laboratorio la 6-benzilaminopurina.Con lo scienziato Toshio Murashige nel 1962, durante la ricerca per un regolatore di crescita delle piante, mise a punto il terreno di Murashige e Skoog, il mezzo ancora oggi più usato nel campo delle colture in vitro di cellule vegetali.
  • Folke Karl Skoog (July 15, 1908 – February 15, 2001) was a Swedish-born American plant physiologist who was a pioneer in the field of plant growth regulators, particularly cytokinins. Skoog was a recipient of the National Medal of Science.Born in Halland, Sweden, Skoog emigrated to the United States during a trip to California in 1925, and was naturalized as a citizen almost a decade later. He competed, and finished sixth in heat 2, in the 1500 meter race during the 1932 Summer Olympics.
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