Reference numberEC/1895/07
TitleGreen, Joseph Reynolds: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Botany, Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. Distinguished for his acquaintance with Botany. Attached to Science, and has contributed to its progress by discoveries in the region of Physiological Chemistry, with reference chiefly to plants. His more important contributions are contained in the following papers: - 'On the Organs of Secretion in the Hypericaceae' (Journ Linn Soc (Bot), vol xx, 1883); (with Dr Sheridan Lea) 'Some Notes on the Fibrin-ferment' (Journ of Physiol, vol iv, 1883); 'On the Edible Birds's Nest of the Java Swift' (ibid, vol vi, 1885); 'On Proteids occurring in Latex' (Proc Roy Soc, 1886); 'On the Action of Sodium Chloride in dissolving Fibrin' (Journ of Physiol, vol viii, 1887); 'On Certain Points connected with the Coagulation of the Blood' (ibid); 'On the Changes in the Proteids of the Seed which accompany Germination' (Phil Trans, 1887); 'On the Germination of the Tuber of the Jerusalem Artichoke' (Annals of Botany, vol i, 1888); 'On the Germination of the Seed of the Castor-oil Plant' (Proc Roy Soc, 1888); 'On the Occurrence of Diastase in Pollen' (Brit Assoc Report, 1891); 'On the Occurrence of Vegetable Trypsin in the Fruit of 'Cucumis utilissimus' (Annals of Botany, vol vi, 1892); (with Prof Vines) 'On the Reserve Proteid of the Asparagus Root' (Proc Roy Soc, 1892); 'On the Germination of the Pollen-grain and the Nutrition of the Pollen-tube' (Phil Trans, 1894); 'On Vegetable Ferments' (Annals of Botany, vol vii, 1893); 'On the Influence of Light on Diastase' (ibid, vol viii, 1894).
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: Sydney H Vines; W T Thiselton Dyer; C B Clarke; Danl Oliver; Dukinfield H Scott; H Marshall Ward; Isaac Bayley Balfour; F Orpen Bower; A Sheridan Lea; Horace T Brown; J Henry Gilbert; William Carruthers; Robert Warington
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Green, Joseph Reynolds: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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