Merton F. Utter

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American biochemist

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According to Wikipedia, Merton Franklin Utter was an American microbiologist and biochemist. Early life and education In his first year the family moved to New Market, Iowa, for his father's job in a bank. His mother worked as an organist in churches, which stimulated Utter's lifelong love of music. His education began in New Market. The family later moved to Coin, Iowa where In 1934 he graduated from high school. He attended Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, where he graduated in 1938. Merton went to graduate school until 1942 at Iowa State College, where his advisor was Chester Hamlin Werkman. In 1939 he married Marjorie Manifold, who worked as a secretary for Theodore Schultz.

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