Hill, Robert

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Robert, English plant physiologist, 1899–.
Hill reaction - that portion of the photosynthesis reaction that involves the photolysis of water and the liberation of oxygen and does not include carbon dioxide fixation.
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Charter members Dan Miller, Lourdes Herling, Barbara Engebretsen, Marilyn Mudge, Curt Frye, Kevin Hill, Robert McCue, and Donovan Conley also were present to help with the ceremony.
Postal qualifiers are Bill Kirk, David Hill, Robert McIlveen, Bob Salton, Jim Williamson and Alastair Law.
The Mid Glamorgan squad pictured here are, from left: back row: James Hanford, Tom Penry-Ellis, Jonathan Hill, Robert Jones, Matthew Veale, Ryan Williams, Kurt John; front row: Jordan Coles, Ben Edwards, Ross Stenner (captain), Carl Whiteley, Jack Tuck .
The loss of star player Richard Hill, Robert Howley, Lawrence Dallaglio, Dan Luger, Will Greenwood and Mike Catt, among others, may have proved crucial during as the three-rubber series was decided in the second-half of last July's final Test at Stadium Australia, Sydney.
Following Wednesday morning's Arts Advocacy Workshop on Capitol Hill, Robert L.
Each division -- Beacon Hill, Robert Allen, Ametex and Robert Allen & Ametex Contract -- will focus on a key segment of the fabrics market.
Graham Hill, Robert Thompson and Mike Walker each caught 13 fishing from the top block to the culvert, while Bernard Fitzhugh caught 22 rainbows, managing to lose one estimated at 10lb to 12lb.
Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Laurasue Bransom of Central Point; three sons, Larry of Rice Hill, Robert of Tucson, Ariz.
Jonah Hill, Robert De Niro and Steven Seagal are "rumored" to be cast members in the film, according to IMDB.
Neighbourhood wardens (from left) Geoff Barnsley, Sarah Hill, Robert Rowan, Dave Evans, Jermaine Evans, Stefan Overson, James Kirby, Marion Crampsie and Darren Crampsie.
The six, Hugh Callaghan, Paddy Hill, Robert Hunter, Richard McIlkenny, William Power and John Walker were wrongly convicted in August 1975 of the Birmingham pub bombings, in which 21 people died.