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Reference numberCMB/281/17
LevelItem
TitlePapers passed for publication in the Proceedings
Date1959
DescriptionLord Rothschild, FRS, 'Anaerobic heat production of bull spermatozoa: the effects of changes in the colligative and other properties of the suspended medium'.

A V Hill, FRS and J V Howarth, 'The reversal of chemical reactions in contracting muscle during an applied stretch'.

Tsoo E King and T Mann, FRS, 'Sorbitol metabolism in spermatozoa'.

A Loveless and Jocelyn C Stock, 'The influence of radiomimetic substances on deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis and function studied in E coli phage systems.'

D B Cater, G A Silver and G M Wilson, 'Apparatus and technique for the quantitative measurement of oxygen tension in living tissues'.

D E Broadbent and P Ladefoged, 'Vowel judgements and adaptation level'. p22.
Extent1p
FormatTypescript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA8239Hill; Archibald Vivian (1886 - 1977)1886 - 1977
NA2001Mann; Thaddeus Robert Rudolph (1908 - 1993)1908 - 1993
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