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Reference numberEC/1875/25
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TitleKlein, Edward Emanuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationEmanuel Klein.
Distinguished as a Histologist, & author of the following papers & works - On the value of chloride of sodium for the human organism (jointly with E Verson), in the Sitzungsberichte of the Imperial Academy of Vienna 67-68. - Several articles on the anatomy of the intestinal canal, in the Sitzungsberichte of the I A of Vienna 1867-1868 - Several original articles in Strickers Handbook of Histology - On the termination of fine nerves in the tadpole's tail & On the development of blood vessels in the embryo-chick (Sitzungsberichte of the I A of Vienna 1870-1871) - Several memoirs on the distribution of fine nerves (Quarterly Microscopical Journal) - On the development of the common trout (Monthly Micros Journal 1872) - The Anatomy of the Lymphatic System I. Serous Membranes 1 vol 8vo London Smith Elder & Co 1873 - Section 'Histology' in the Handbook for the Physiological Laboratory by Drs Brunton, Foster, Klein, & Sanderson, London 1872 - Researches on Small-pox of Sheep (Philosophical Transactions of the R Society of London 1874) - Preliminary note on the Minute Pathology of Enteric Fever (Centralblatt f d Med Wissenschaft, 1874) - The Anatomy of the Lymphatic System - Part 2, the Lung (preparing for publication), and many other Memoirs in Scientific Journals.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. John Tyndall.
From Personal Knowledge. Arthur Gamgee; Charles Darwin; W H Flower; W Sharpey; M Foster; Willm Kitchen Parker; T Spencer Cobbold; T Lauder Brunton; John Simon
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Klein, Edward Emanuel: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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