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Reference numberEC/1880/07
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TitleThiselton-Dyer, Sir William Turner: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWilliam Turner Thiselton Duyer MA Oxon FLS.
Distinguished in various branches of Botanical Science, especially Physiology, author of annotations to the English translation of Sachs's Textbook of Botany, of papers on the stem structure of carboniferous Lycopodiaceae, on Oolitic Coniferae, on Dipterocarpeae including a general Revision of the Order and on other questions in systematic morphological or microscopical Botany and plant-distribution published in the Journal of the Linnean Society, the Journal of Botany the Journal of Microscopical Science the Geological Magazine and the Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. George Bentham; Miles Joseph Berkeley; Fredk Currey; William Carruthers; Charles Darwin; Daniel Oliver; M Foster; Maxwell T Masters; F M Balfour; E Frankland; R McLachlan; Henry Woodward; James Heywood; William Huggins
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Thiselton-Dyer, Sir William Turner: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7968Thiselton-Dyer; Sir; William Turner (1843 - 1928)1843 - 1928
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