Reference numberEC/1885/12
TitleMarshall, Arthur Milnes: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationA Milnes Marshall
Author of the following original contributions to Embryology & Zoology:
1. On the mode of oviposition in Amphioxus. Journal of Anatomy & Physiology 1876
2. Note on the early stages of development of the nerves in the Chick. Proceedings of the Royal Society
3. On the early stages of development of the nerves in birds. Journal of Anatamy & Physiology
4. The development of the cranial nerves in the Chick. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 1878
5. Note on the development of the olfactory nerve & olfactory organ of Vertebrates. Proceedings of the
Royal Society. 1879
6. The Morphology of the Vertebrate Olfactory Organ. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 1879
7. On the Head-Cavities & associated nerves of Elasmobranchs. Quarterly Journal of Microscopial Science
8. The Segmental value of the Cranial nerves. Journal of Anatomy & Physiology. 1882
9. Report on the Pennatulida dredged by HMS Triton. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
10. On certain Abnormal conditions of the Reproductive organs in the Frog. Journal of Anatomy &
Physiology 1884
Joint Author of:
1. Observations on the Cranial Nerves of Scyllium, by A M M & W B Spencer. Quarterly Journal of
Microscopical Science 1881
2. Report on the Oban Pennatulidam, by A M M & W P Marshall 1882
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: J Russell Reynolds
From Personal Knowledge: W H Flower; W K Parker; E Ray Lankester; H N Moseley; Alex Macalister; G M Humphry; Alfred Newton; Wm C Williamson; H E Roscoe; W Boyd Dawkins; Arthur Gamgee; J Burdon Sanderson; P Martin Duncan; E Klein; T Spencer Cobbold; T Lauder Brunton; G J Romanes; W H Gaskell; T G Bonney; E A Schafer; Henry E Armstrong; T E Thorpe; Bayley Balfour
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Marshall, Arthur Milnes: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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