Reference numberCMB/281/56
TitleNotes on papers passed for publication in the Proceedings
DateMarch 1963
DescriptionC J Duncan and P M Sheppard, 'Continuous and quantal theories of sensory discrimination'.

D E Broadbent and Margaret Gregory, 'Division of attention and the decision theory of signal detection'.

B Morris, 'The selection of antibodies by the gut of the young hedgehog'.

F R Batchelor, J Cameron-Wood, E B Chain FRS and G N Rolinson, 'Studies on penicillinase produced by a strain of Staphyloccus aureus'.

V T Marchesi and J L Gowans, 'The migration of lumphocytes through the endothelium of venules in lymph nodes: an electron microscope study'.

J L Gowans and E J Knight, 'The route of recirculation of lymphocytes in the rat'.

T G Baker, 'A quantitative and cytological study of germ cells in human ovaries'.

Elsie M Widdowson and R A McCance FRS, 'The effect of finite periods of undernutrition at different ages upon the composition and subsequent development of the rat'. p64.
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Fellows associated with this archive
NA2255Chain; Sir; Ernst Boris (1906 - 1979); biochemist1906 - 1979
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