Reference numberEC/1894/05
TitleBateson, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow of St John's College. Balfour Student. Rolleston Prizeman of the University of Oxford. Distinguished as a Zoologist. Author of the following memoirs: - 'The Early Stages in the Development of 'Balanoglossus' (sp incert)' (Quart Journ Micros Sci, vol xxiv, p 208); 'The Later Stages in the Development of 'Balanoglossus Kowalevskii', with a Suggestion as to the Affinities of the Enteropneusta' (ibid, vol xxv, supplement, p 81); 'Continued Account of the Later Stages in the Development of 'Balanoglossus Kowalevskii', and of the Morphology of the Enteropneusta' (ibid, vol xxvi, p 511); 'The Ancestry of the Chordata' (ibid, p 535); 'On some variations of 'Cardium edule', apparently correlated to the Conditions of Life' (Phil Trans, 1889, p 297); 'Notes on the Senses and Habits of Marine Animals' (Marine Biol Assoc Journ, new ser, vol i, p 211); 'On the Sense Organs and Perceptions of Fishes' (ibid, in the press).
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: John Lubbock
From Personal Knowledge: A Sedgwick; T H Huxley; W H Flower; St George Mivart; J N Langley; Alex Macalister; Francis Darwin; Geo J Romanes; A Milnes Marshall; F Galton; T G Bonney; Edward B Poulton; G M Humphry; Arthur Newton; D Sharp; Osbert Salvin; C S Sherrington; W F R Weldon; G G Stokes
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Bateson, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8118Bateson; William (1861 - 1926)1861 - 1926
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