Samuel Goodnow Wildman (1912–2004): Discoverer of Fraction I protein, later named Rubisco, who worked till he was 92
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I thank Milt Zaitlin, Don Spencer and André Jagendorf for their suggestions and participation in the preparation of this obituary.
This obituary was invited and edited by Govindjee.
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