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Reference numberEC/1875/16
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TitleArcher, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationInvestigations of new or little-known Freshwater Rhizopoda published in vols ix, x, & xi of the Quart Journ Micr Science. Description of Chlamydomyxa labyrinthuloides, n g et sp, a new freshwater sarcodic organism. Brit Assoc 1874. Investigations amongst the Freshwater Algae more especially the Unicellulae. On Stephanosphaera pluvialis (Cohn) (discovery in Ireland and amoebiform movements of primordial cells) Proc Nat Hist Soc Dublin iv pt 2 1865. Descriptive portion of the section Desmidiae in Pritchard's Infusoria. Numerous short notices and papers. First discovery of spores in Nostoc Quart Journ Micr Sc vol xii. On apothecia and spores in some scytonematous and sirosiphonaceous algae Brit Assoc 1874.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Geo J Allman; Henry J Carter; Geo Busk; Fredk Currey; William C Williamson; Thomas Hincks; Henry Bowman Brady; Danl Oliver; T Spencer Cobbold.
From Personal Knowledge. William B Carpenter; John Cleland; Robert McDonnell; Edward Hull
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Archer, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6440Archer; William (1830 - 1897)1830 - 1897
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