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Reference numberCMB/281/36
LevelItem
TitleNotes on papers passed for publication in the Proceedings
Date1961
DescriptionR W Cox and K Little, 'An electron microscope study of elastic tissue'.

R Lemberg, FRS, D B Morell, N Newton and J E O'Hagan, 'Haem a compounds as models for cytochromes of group a: absorption spectra of haem a compounds with proteins and other nitrogenous liquids'.

R Lemberg, FRS, N Newton and J E O'Hagan, 'Haem a compounds as models for cytochromes of group a: absorption spectra of haem a compounds with detergents'.

R Lemberg, FRS, and N Newton, 'Haem a compounds as models for cytochromes of group a: Schiff's bases of haem a and other formylhaems and formyl-porphyrins'.

J E M Midgley and Sir Cyril Hinshelwood, FRS, 'Lag, adaptation and ageing in a micro-organism'.

J E M Midgley and Sir Cyril Hinshelwood, FRS, 'The stability of an adaptive enzyme formed during growth of Bact. lactis aerogenes in D-arabinose: complex history of the adaptive changes'.

J E M Midgley and Sir Cyril Hinshelwood, FRS, 'The stability of an adaptive enzyme formed during growth of Bact. lactis aerogenes in D-arabinose: reversion phenomena'.

C G Butler, R K Callow FRS, and Norah C Johnston, 'The isolation and synthesis of queen substance, 9-oxodec-2-enoic acid, a honeybee pherome'.

K E Machin, J W S Pringle FRS, and M Tamasige, 'The physiology of insect fibrillar muscle: the effect of temperature on a beetle flight muscle'.
Extentp44
FormatTypescript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA3500Lemberg; Max Rudolf (1896 - 1975)1896 - 1975
NA1834Callow; Robert Kenneth (1901 - 1983)1901 - 1983
NA1816Pringle; John William Sutton (1912 - 1982)1912 - 1982
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