This collection contains publications written and co-written by Walton B. Sinclair, a pioneer plant biochemist who worked
at the Citrus Experiment Station in Riverside beginning in 1932 and was a professor emeritus of biochemistry at the University
of California, Riverside. Publications in the collection focus on Sinclair's research regarding the biochemistry of various
citrus fruits, as well as an article Sinclair wrote regarding the state of higher education in the Southern United States.
A pioneer plant biochemist, Walton B. Sinclair first began his work in Riverside at the Citrus Experiment Station in 1932.
He focused his research on the biochemistry of citrus fruits, and among many other achievements his work was used to develop
the legal standards for marketing in the California citrus industry. He is also known for his monographs on citrus, which
became standard reference materials for the study of fruits like the lemon, orange, and grapefruit.
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