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Darrell Jack Weber

Darrell Jack Weber, American plant biochemistry educator. Recipient Research award Karl G. Maeser, 1974; Utah Academy of Sciences fellow, 1972; Fulbright grantee to University Natal, South Africa, 1995. Member American Mycological Society (editor), Sigma Xi (secretary Brigham Young University chapter 1982-1985).


  • Weber, Darrell Jack was born on November 16, 1933 in Thornton, Idaho, United States. Son of John and Norma (Severson) Weber.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Idaho, 1958. Master of Science, University Idaho, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Davis, 1963.


    • Postdoctoral fellow University Wisconsin, Madison, 1963-1965. From assistant to associate professor biology University Houston, 1965-1969. Associate professor botany Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 1969-1974, professor botany, since 1976.

      Postdoctoral fellow Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1975-1976.


    • Author: (with others) Introductory Plant Biology Manual, 1973, Mechanisms of Pesticide Resistance in Non-Target Organisms, 1981. Principals and Application of Instrumentation in the Biological Sciences, 1976, Trees of Utah, 1993. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Very close and personal relationship between God and each individual is possible because God is literally the father of all human beings.


    Member American Mycological Society (editor), Sigma Xi (secretary Brigham Young University chapter 1982-1985).



    Skiing, growing fruit.


    • Married Carolyn Foremaster, August 24, 1962. Children:Becky, Brian, Todd, Kelly, Jason, Trent.
    • father: John Weber
    • mother: Norma (Severson) Weber
    • spouse: Carolyn Foremaster
    • children: Becky Weber
    • Brian Weber
    • Todd Weber
    • Kelly Weber
    • Jason Weber
    • Trent Weber
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    Born November 16, 1933
    • 1958
      University Idaho
    • 1959
      University Idaho
    • 1963
      University California
    • 1963 - 1965
      Postdoctoral fellow, University Wisconsin
      Madison, Tennessee, United States
    • 1965 - 1969
      from assistant to associate, professor biology University Houston
    • 1969 - 1974
      associate, professor botany Brigham Young University
      Provo, Utah, United States
    • 1975 - 1976
      postdoctoral fellow, Michigan State University
      East Lansing, Michigan, United States