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Biography

American physiologist and nutritionist, born October 3, 1870, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; died April 14, 1957, Machiasport, Maine.

Bibliography

  • Wilbur Olin Atwater and Francis Gano Benedict:
    Experiments on Digestion of Food by Man. 1897.
  • W. O. Atwater and F. G. Benedict:
    An experimental inquiry regarding the nutritive value of alcohol. 1902.
    Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, 1902, 8: 235-397.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    The teaching of chemistry in graded and secondary schools.
    Science, Washington DC, October 9, 1903, 18 (458): 465-470.
  • Wilbur Olin Atwater and Francis Gano Benedict:
    A Respiration Calorimeter with appliances for the direct determination of oxygen. Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1905.
  • Francis G. Benedict:
    The Influence of inanition on metabolism.
    Washington : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1907. Publication No. 42.
  • Francis G. Benedict and Thorne M. Carpenter (1878-1971):
    The influence of muscular and mental work on metabolism and the efficiency of the human body as a machine.
    U. S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Experimental Stations. Bulletin No. 208, 1909. Government Printing Office, Washington.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    A disclaimer. Science, January 15, 1909, 29 (733): 107-108.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    Russian research in metabolism.
    Science, March 5, 1909, 29 (740): 394-395.
  • Francis G. Benedict and Thorne M. Carpenter:
    Respiration calorimeters for studying the respiratory exchange and energy transformations of man.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1910. Publication No. 123.
  • Francis G. Benedict and Thorne M. Carpenter:
    The metabolism and energy transformations of healthy man during rest.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1910. Publication No. 126.
  • Francis G. Benedict and Edgar P. Slack:
    A comparative Study of temperature fluctuations in different parts of the human body.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1912.
  • Francis G. Benedict:
    The Composition of the atmosphere, with special reference to its oxygen content. Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1912. Publication No. 166.
  • Francis G. Benedict and Walter G. Cady:
    A Bicycle Ergometer with an electric brake.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1912, Publication No. 167.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    An experiment on a fasting man.
    Science, Washington, May 31, 1912, 35 (909): 865.
  • Edward-P. Cathcart and Francis G. Benedict:
    Muscular Work, a metabolic study with special reference to the efficiency of the human body as a machine.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1913. Publication No. 187.
  • Francis G. Benedict and Fritz B. Talbot:
    The gaseous Metabolism of infants, with special reference to its relation to pulse-rate and muscular activity.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1914, Publication No. 201.
  • Francis G. Benedict:
    A study of prolonged fasting.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1915, Publication No. 203.
  • F. G. Benedict, P. Roth.
    The Basal Caloric Output of Vegetarians as Compared with that of Non-Vegetarians of Like Weight and Height.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, February 1915, 1 (2): 100-101.
  • F. G. Benedict, H. M. Smith:
    The Influence of Athletic Training Upon Basal Metabolism.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, February 1915, 1 (2): 102-103.
  • Benedict FG, Emmes LE.
    A Comparison of the Basal Metabolism of Normal Men and Women.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, February 1915, 1 (2): 104-105.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    The Factors Affecting Normal Basal Metabolism.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, February 1915, 1 (2): 105-109.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    Chemical and Physiological Studies of a Man Fasting Thirtyone Days.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, April 1915, 1 (4): 228-231.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    Investigations at the nutrition laboratory of the carnegie institution of washington, Boston, massachusetts.
    Science, Washington, July 16, 1915, 42 (1072): 75-84.
  • F. G. Benedict, H. Murschhauser:
    Energy Transformations during Horizontal Walking.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, December 1915, 1 (12): 597-600.
  • F. G. Benedict, F. B. Talbot:
    The Physiology of the New-Born Infant.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, December 1915, 1 (12): 600-602.
  • R. Dodge, F. G. Benedict:
    Neuro-Muscular Effects of Moderate Doses of Alcohol.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, December 1915, 1 (12): 605-608.
  • Francis G. Benedict and H. Monmouth Smith
    The metabolism of athletes as compared with normal individuals of similar height and weight. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1915 20: 243-252.
  • Francis G. Benedict:
    A respiration apparatus for small animals.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1915 20: 301-313.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    The alcohol program of the nutrition laboratory with special reference to psychological effects of moderate doses of alcohol on man.
    Science, June 30, 1916, 43 (1122): 907-917.
  • Francis G. Benedict: and Thorne M. Carpenter:
    Food Ingestion and energy transformations with special reference to the stimulating of nutrients.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1918, Publication No. 261.
  • F. G. Benedict, P. Roth:
    Effects of a Prolonged Reduction in Diet on 25 Men: I. Influence on Basal Metabolism and Nitrogen Excretion.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, June 1918, 4 (6): 149-152.
  • J. A. Harris, F. G. Benedict:
    A Biometric Study of Human Basal Metabolism.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, December 1918, 4 (12): 370-373.
  • F. G. Benedict, W. R. Miles, Johnson A.
    The Temperature of the Human Skin.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, June 1919, 5 (6): 218-222.
  • J. Arthur Harris and Francis G. Benedict
    A biometric Study of basal metabolism in man.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1919, Publication No. 279.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    The Basal Metabolism of Boys from 1 to 13 Years of Age.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, January 1920, 6 (1): 7-10.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    Professor Pawlow. Science, Washington, March 5, 1920, 51 (1314): 243-244.
  • F. G. Benedict, M. F. Hendry, M. L. Baker:
    The Basal Metabolism of Girls 12 to 17 Years of Age.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, January 1921, 7 (1): 10-13.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    The Augustus and Alice Waller memorial.
    Science, February 1, 1924, 59 (1518): 125-126.
  • F. G. Benedict, E. L. Fox, M. L. Baker:
    The Skin Temperature of Pachyderms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, May 1921, 7 (5): 154-156.
  • F. G. Benedict, Ernest George Ritzman (1875-:
    Undernutrition and Its Influence on the Metabolic Plane of Steers.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, January 1923, 9 (1): 23-25.
  • Francis G. Benedict and Ernest G. Ritzman:
    Undernutrition in steers, its relation to metabolism, digestion, and subsequent realimentation.
    Washington DC : Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1923, Publication No. 324.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    The research spirit in modern life.
    Science, September 5, 1924, 60 (1549): 207-214.
  • F. G. Benedict, Cornelia Golay Benedict:
    The Neutral Bath and Its Relation to Body Heat.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, December 1924, 10 (12): 495-498.
  • F. G. Benedict, C. G. Benedict.
    Body Posture and Minor Muscular Movements as Affecting Heat Production.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, December 1924, 10(12): 498-500.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    A quotation from Hippocrates. Science, April 24, 1925, 61 (1582): 444.
  • G. Macleod, E. E. Crofts, F. G. Benedict:
    The Racial Factor in Metabolism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, June 1925, 11 (6): 342-343.
  • C. G. Benedict, F. G. Benedict, E. F. Bois:
    Human Metabolism in an Environment of Heated Air.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, July 1925, 11 (7): 371-373.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    Skin Temperature and Heat Loss. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, September 1925, 11 (9): 549-552.
  • F. G. Benedict, E. E. Crofts:
    The Fixity of Basal Metabolism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, October 1925, 11 (10): 585-588.
  • F. G. Benedict, E. G. Ritzman.
    The Fasting of Large Ruminants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, March 1927, 13 (3): 125-131.
  • F. G. Benedict, E. G. Ritzman.
    The Basal Metabolism of Steers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, March 1927, 13 (3): 132-136.
  • F. G. Benedict, E. G. Ritzman.
    The Metabolic Stimulus of Food in the Case of Steers.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, March 1927, 13 (3): 136-140.
  • F. G. Benedict, C. G. Benedict.
    The Nature of the Insensible Perspiration.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, June 1927, 13 (6): 364-369.
  • F. G. Benedict, C. G. Benedict. C. G. Benedict:
    The energy requirements of intense mental effort. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, June 15, 1930, 16 (6): 438-443.
  • F. G. Benedict, E. L. Fox:
    Body Temperature and Heat Regulation of Large Snakes.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, October 1931, 17 (10): 584-587.
  • F. G. Benedict, E. L. Fox, V. Coropatchinsky:
    The Incubating Python: A Temperature Study.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, February 1932, 18 (2): 209-212.
  • F. G. Benedict:
    The Physiology of large reptiles, with special reference to the heat production of snakes, tortoises, lizards and alligators.
    Washington DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1932. Publication No. 425.
  • Francis G. Benedict and Cornelia Golay Benedict:
    Mental effort in relation to gaseous exchange, heart rate, and mechanics of respiration.
    Washington DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1933. Publication No. 446.
  • F. G. Benedict, H. F. Root.
    The Potentialities of Extreme Old Age. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, June 1934, 20 (6): 389-393.
  • F. G. Benedict, E. G. Ritzman:
    Lability of the Basal Metabolism of the Dairy Cow.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, June 1935, 21 (6): 304-308.
  • F. G. Benedict, J. M. Bruhn:
    Chimpanzee Metabolism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, June 1936, 22 (6): 394-397.
  • F. G. Benedict, R. C. Lee:
    Studies on the Body Temperature of Elephants.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, June 1936, 22 (6): 405-408.
  • Francis G. Benedict:
    The Physiology of the elephant.
    Washington DC: Carnegie Institution.1938. Publication No. 474.
  • Robert C. Lee and Francis G. Benedict:
    Lipogenesis in the animal body : With special reference to the physiology of the goose.
    Washington DC: Carnegie Institution.1938. Publication No. 489.
  • Francis G. Benedict:
    Vital Energetics: A Study in Comparative Basal Metabolism.
    Washington DC: Carnegie Institution.1938. Publication No. 503.
  • Francis G. Benedict and Robert C. Lee:
    Hibernation and marmot physiology.
    Washington DC: Carnegie Institution.1938. Publication No. 497.
  • Ernest G. Ritzman and Francis G. Benedict:
    Nutritional physiology of the adult ruminant.
    Washington DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1938. Publication No. 494.

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