Reference numberEC/1888/24
TitleWard, Harry Marshall: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished for his researches in Histological and Cryptogamic Botany. Appointed by the Secretary of State for the Colonies to visit Ceylon 1879-81 to investigate the Coffee-leaf disease. Has published numerous researches of which the following are the more important: - On the Embryo-sac and development of Gymnodenia conopsea, QJMS 1880 with 3 plates; A contribution to our Knowledge of the Embryo-sac in Angiosperms, Journ Linn Soc 1880 with 9 plates; First, Second, and Third reports on the Coffee-Leaf disease, Ceylon 1880-1; Researches on the morphology and life history of a Tropical Pyrenomyycetous Fungus (Asterina) QJMS 188w with 2 plates; Observations on the genus Pythiceai, QJMS 1884 with 3 plates; On the structure development and Life-history of a Tropical Epiphyllous Lichen (Strigula complanata) Trans Linn Soc 1883 with 4 plates; On the morphology and the development of the Perithecium of Meliola, a genus of tropical Epiphyllous Fungi, Phil Trans 1883 with 3 plates; On the Structure and Life-history of Entyloma Ranunculi, Phil Trans 1887 with 4 plates; On some points in the Histology and physiology of the Fruits and seeds of the genus Rhamnus, Annals of Botany 1887 with 2 plates. Translator of Lectures on the Physiology of Plants by Julius von Sachs, Clarendon Press, 1887.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: M J Berkeley FRS; C B Clarke
From Personal Knowledge: Daniel Oliver; J G Baker; J D Hooker; William Carruthers; P Martin Duncan; Isaac Bayley Balfour
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Ward, Harry Marshall: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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