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Reference numberEC/1885/13
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TitleMartin, Henry Newell: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished in Physiology; Author of numerous papers in the Journal of Physiology; and in the Studies from the Biological Laboratory, Baltimore. Also of paper in Phil Trans entitled "The direct influence of gradual variations of temperature upon the rate of beat of the dog's heart" (selected for the Croonian Lecture 1883).
Editor of Studies from the Biological Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University and one of the co-editors of the Journal of Physiology.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Alex Macalister
From Personal Knowledge: W H Gaskell; Alfred Newton; J N Langley; William B Carpenter; John Marshall; Edward A Schafer; E Ray Lankester; T Lauder Brunton; E Klein; W T Thiselton Dyer; Arthur Gamgee; G M Humphry; J Russell Reynolds
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Martin, Henry Newell: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1678Martin; Henry Newell (1848 - 1896)1848 - 1896
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