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Norman Borlaug (March 25, 1914 – September 12, 2009) was an American agronomist, humanitarian, and Nobel laureate who has been called "the father of the Green Revolution."  He developed semi-dwarf, high-yield, disease-resistant wheat varieties.  Borlaug is often credited with saving over a billion people worldwide from starvation.  He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1970 in recognition of his contributions to world peace through increasing food supply.

A Nobel Peace Prize winner, Dr. Borlaug developed high-yielding crop varieties that helped to avert famines worldwide.

Nikolay Ivanovich Vavilov was one of the most outstanding scientists of the twentieth century. He was a biologist, geneticist, geographer, agronomist and plant breeder. Vavilov had a dream of ending hunger and famine in the world, and his plan was to use the emerging science of genetics to breed super plants that could grow anywhere, in any climate; in sandy deserts and freezing tundra, in drought and flood. He called it a “mission for all humanity.

Nikolay Ivanovich Vavilov was one of the most outstanding scientists of the twentieth century. He was a biologist, geneticist, geographer, agronomist and plant breeder.

Nikolay Ivanovich Vavilov  Russian Plant Geneticist : World Seed Bank : Killed by Stalin : Nikolai Vavilov

Nikolay Ivanovich Vavilov Russian Plant Geneticist World Seed Bank Killed by Stalin Nikolai Vavilov

The Murder of Nikolai Vavilov: The Story of Stalin's Persecution of One of the Great Scientists of the Twentieth Century: Peter Pringle

The Murder of Nikolai Vavilov: The Story of Stalin's Persecution of One of the Great Scientists of the Twentieth Century: Peter Pringle

Knut Hamsun - Markens grøde "Growth of the Soil" [1917]

Knut Hamsun - Markens grøde "Growth of the Soil"

Knut Hamsun - hunger [1890]

Melville bartleby quotes essays Below you will find three outstanding thesis statements / paper topics that can be used as essay starters for “Bartleby the Scrivener” by Herman Melville.