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Chemical physiologist, Born May 3, 1844, Johnsburgh, N.Y.; died September 22, 1907, Middletown, Connecticut.

Bibliography

  • Kenneth J. Carpenter:
    The Life and Times of W.O. Atwater.
    In The 1993 W.O. Atwater Centennial Memorial Lecture.
    The Journal of Nutrition, Berkeley, California, September 1994, 124: 1707-1714.
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  • Susan Lederer:
    A History of American Bodies.
    New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University, 2007.
  • S. Welsh:
    Atwater to the present: evolution of nutrition education.
    The Journal of Nutrition, September 1994, 124 (9): 1799-1807.
  • W. J. Darby:
    Contributions of Atwater and USDA to knowledge of nutrient requirements.
    The Journal of Nutrition, September 1994, 124 ( supplement): 1733-1737.
  • G. F. Combs:
    Celebration of the past: nutrition at USDA.
    The Journal of Nutrition, September 1994, 124 (9 Suppelement): 1728-1732.
  • B. L. Nichols:
    Atwater and USDA nutrition research and service: a prologue of the past century.
    The Journal of Nutrition, September 1994, 124 (9 Suppelement): 1718-1727.
  • C. A. Galbraith:
    Wilbur Olin Atwater.
    The Journal of Nutrition, September 1994, 124 (9 Suppelement): 1715-1717.
  • K. J. Carpenter:
    The 1993 W. O. Atwater Centennial Memorial Lecture. The life and times of W. O. Atwater (1844-1907).
    The Journal of Nutrition, September 1994, 124 (9 Suppelement): 1707-1714.
  • W. O. Atwater and F. G. Benedict:
    An experimental inquiry regarding the nutritive value of alcohol. 1902.
    Obesity Research, Silver Spring, MD, May 1993, 1 (3): 228-244.
  • E. M. Widdowson:
    Atwater: a personal tribute from the United Kingdom.
    The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Bethesda, MD, May 1987, 45 (5): 898-904.
  • P. J. Pauly:
    The struggle for ignorance about alcohol: American physiologists, Wilbur Olin Atwater, and the Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
    Bulletin of the history of medicine, 1990, 64 (3): 366-92.
  • Keys:
    Overweight, obesity, coronary heart disease, and mortality: the W.O. Atwater Memorial Lecture 1980.
    Progress in Clinical and Biological Research, New York, 1981, 67: 31-46.
  • W. J. Darby:
    Nutrition science: an overview of American genius.
    Nutrition Reviews, Washington DC, January 1976, 34 (1):1-14.
  • J. G. Harrar:
    .O. Atwater Memorial Lecture. Nutrition and numbers in the Third World.
    Nutrition Reviews, April 1976, 32 (4): 97-104.
  • P.W . Wilson:
    Biological nitrogen fixation – early American style (Samuel W. Johnson and Wilbur O. Atwater). Bacteriological Reviews, December 1963, 27: 405-416.
  • L. A. Maynard:
    Wilbur O. Atwater--a biographical sketch (May 3, 1844-October 6, 1907).
    The Journal of Nutrition, September 1962, 78: 3-9.
  • W. O Atwater:
    The Pecuniary Economy of Food.
    The Century Magazine, New York, January 1888, 35 (3): 437-446.
  • W. O Atwater:
    Foods and Beverages.
    The Century. Illustrated Monthly Magazine, New York, May 1888, 36 (1): 135-140.
  • W. O Atwater:
    What We should Eat.
    The Century; a popular quarterly, New York, June 1888, 36 (2): 257-265.
  • Wilbur Olin Atwater:
    Fertilizers, cooperative experimenting as a means of studying the effects of fertilizers and the feeding capacities of plants. 1892.
  • Wilbur Olin Atwater:
    Foods, nutritive value and cost. U. S. Department of Agriculture. Farmers' Bulletin No. 23. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1894.
  • W. O Atwater and C. D. Woods:
    Studies of dietaries. In: Storrs Station Report for 1894: 174-204.
  • W. O Atwater and C. D. Woods:
    Food Investigations and Publications. Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 15, 1895.
  • W. O Atwater and C. D. Woods:
    Studies of dietaries. In: Storrs Station Report for 1895: 129-174.
  • Charles E. Wait and Wilbur Olin Atwater:
    Dietary studies at the University of Tennessee in 1895. 1895.
  • W. O Atwater:
    On the Nutritive Value of Fish.
    Science, November 6, 1880, 1 (20): 19: 233-234
  • W.O. Atwater:
    Methods and results of investigations on the chemistry and economy of food. 1895.
  • W. O Atwater and A. P. Bryant:
    Studies of dietaries. In: Storrs Station Report for 1896: 117-158.
  • W. O Atwater and C. D. Woods:
    The chemical Composition of American food materials. 1896.
  • Winthrop E. Stone and W. O. Atwater:
    Dietary studies at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, in 1895. 1896.
  • H. B. Gibson, S. Calvert, and D. W. May:
    Dietary studies at the University of Missouri in 1895, and data relating to bread and meat consumption in Missouri.
    With comments by W. O. Atwater and Charles D. Woods. 1896.
  • W. O Atwater and Charles D. Woods:
    Dietary Studies with Reference to the Food of the Negro in Alabama in 1895 and 1896.
    U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Experiment Stations, Bulletin 38. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC., 1897.
  • Wilbur Olin Atwater and Charles Ford Langworthy
    A Digest of metabolism experiments, in which the balance of income and outgo was determined. Bulltin No 5, Washington DC: US Department of Agriculture, Office of experiment stations. 1897.
  • Wilbur Olin Atwater:
    Dietary Studies in Chicago in 1895 and 1896, conducted with the co-operation of Jane Addams and Caroline L. Hunt, of Hull House, reported by W. O. Atwater and A. P. Bryant. 1898.
  • Wilbur Olin Atwater and Charles D. Woods
    Dietary Studies in New York city in 1895 and 1896.
    Washington: Government Printing Office, 1898.
  • Wilbur Olin Atwater:
    The Nutritive Value of Alcohol.
    Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, October 1900, 101: 605
  • Wilbur Olin Atwater:
    Alcohol Physiology and Temperance Reform.
    Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, November 1900.
  • Wilbur Olin Atwater et Alfred Charles True:
    Principles of nutrition and nutritive value of food. 1902.
  • W. O Atwater:
    Coefficients of digestibility and availability of the nutrients of food.
    Proceedings of the American Physiology Society, 1909, 30: 14-19.

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