Reference numberEC/1880/06
TitleDallinger, William Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Citation1. The Life-History of a Cero-Monad a lesson in Biogenesis
2. Further Researches into the Life-History of the Monads
These researches are recorded in seven papers published in the Monthly Microscopical Journal from vol x to vol xiii and are the outcome of four years of research alone, combined with four and a half years of conjoint research as indicated in the title as published
3. A demonstration of the existence of a pair of flagella in Bacterium termo Pub in Vol XIV Monthly Micro Journ. The result of joint work.
4. Researches on the behaviour of monad germs in a putrescible fluid when the fluid was exposed alternately to an air charged with them and to one "optically pure". The earliest of these was reported first in the Popular Science Review for April 1876 : but afterwards the researches were repeated and modified and read as a paper published in the Monthly Micro Journ entitled "Experiments on a sterile putrescible fluid &c Vol xvi
5. The discovery of a means of centering and illuminating accurately with high powers of the Microscope, and the device of an apparatus to accomplished this. M M J vol XV
6. The joint invention of a growing stage admitting of continuous study of the same drop of fluid with the very highest powers of the microscope for an indefinite time. M Micro J vol XI
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. John Lubbock; Geo J Allman; Geo Busk; P Martin Duncan; W Boyd Dawkins.
From Personal Knowledge. John Tyndall; W C Williamson; Willm K Parker; Willm B Carpenter; Chas Brooke; William Huggins
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Dallinger, William Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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