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Reference numberEC/1885/17
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TitleVines, Sidney Howard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationSidney H Vines
Has laboured assiduously in promoting the Study of Structural and physiological Botany in England with modern methods; has edited the second English edition of Sach's Textbook of Botany; author of papers on 'The influence of Light upon the Growth of Leaves' & on 'The influence of Light on the Growth of Unicellar organs', Arbeit des Bot Instituts in Wurzburg, vol ii, 1878; on 'The Proembryo of Chara, Journ of Bot, 1878; on 'The Chemical composition of Aleurone grains'; Proc Roy Soc 1878 & 1880; on the Proteid Substances contained in the Seeds of Plants' Journ of Physiol vol iii, 1881.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: T G Bonney
From Personal Knowledge: W T Thiselton Dyer; Danl Oliver; J G Baker; Charles C Badington; Bayley Balfour; Wm Carruthers; Francis Darwin; J H Gilbert; John Lubbock; A Vernon Harcourt; W H Gaskell; T Lauder Brunton; Alfred Newton
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Vines, Sidney Howard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2865Vines; Sidney Howard (1849 - 1934)1849 - 1934
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