Reference numberEC/1882/09
Previous numbersCert XI, 30
TitleDarwin, Sir Francis: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFrancis Darwin
On the hygroscopic mechanism by which certain seeds . . . . bury themselves ... Trans Linn Soc, Sii Vi bot
On the glandular bodies in Acacia Sphaerocephala and Cecropia peltata &c Journal Linn Soc XV
The protrusion of protoplasmic filaments from the glandular hairs of the Teasel QJ Mic Science xvii ns
The contractile filaments of Amanita muscaria QJ Mic Scieince ns xviii
Experiments on the nutrition of Drosera rotundiflie Journal Linn Soc xvii
Ueber das Wachsthum negativheliotropischer Wurzeln &c Sachs' Arbeiten Bd ii Heft iii
The Power of Movement in Plants (1880), by C Darwin, assisted by Francis Darwin
The theory of the growth of cuttings illustrated by observations on the Bramble read at Lin Soc Dec 16 /80
The power possessed by leaves of placing themselves at right angles to light do do
Also the following on subjects not connected with Botany: -
Sympathetic Ganglia of the Bladder QJ Mic Sc XIV ns
Proboscis of Opideres fallonica QJ Mic Sc Oct 1875
Primary dilatation in acute inflammation Journ of Anat x
Structure of snail's heart Journ of Anat Ap 1876).
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: M Foster; W T Thiselton Dyer; F M Balfour; George Bentham; J Burdon Sanderson; Alfred Newton; Charles Darwin; E Klein; T Lauder Brunton; J Simon; H N Moseley; James Paget; Jos D Hooker; J Tyndall; Geo J Romanes
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Darwin, Sir Francis: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8197Darwin; Sir; Francis (1848 - 1925)1848 - 1925
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