Reference numberEC/1899/16
TitleWindle, Sir Bertram Coghill Alan: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSupplementary certificate of a Candidate for Election
Citation'On the Myology of the Pneucephalous Foetus' (Journ of Anat and Physiol, vol xxvii, 348); 'On Certain Early Malformation of the Embryo (ibid, p 436); 'On some Conditions related to Double Monstrosity' (ibid, vol xviii, p 25); 'The Effects of Electricity and Magnetism on Development' (ibid, vol xxix, p 346); 'On the Myology of 'Dolichotis Patagonica' and 'Dasyprocta Isthmica'' (ibid, vol xxx, p 343); 'On some Points in Comparative Myological Nomenclature' (ibid, vol xxx, p 522); 'On the Anatomy of 'Macropus Rufus'' (ibid, vol xxxii, p 119); 'On a Specimen of Bifid Clitoris' (Proc Anat Soc Gt Brit, 1893), vol xxii; 'On the Cusps of the Aortic Pulmonary Orifices' (ibid, 1895, vol iv); 'On the Double Malformation amongst Fishes' (Proc Zool Soc, 1895, p 423); 'On the Myology of the Terrestrial Carnivora - Part I, Muscles of the Head, Neck and Fore-Limb' (ibid, 1897, p 370); 'On the Physical Characters of the Boys at King Edward's Schools, Birmingham, and at Certain other Public Schools' (Proc Birm Phil Soc, 1892, 216); 'On the Physical Characters of a Group of Birmingham Pupil Teachers' (ibid, 1895, p 97); 'Note on a Roman Pottery near Manctter' (Proc Soc Antiq, vol xvi, p 404); 'On the Prehistoric Implements of Warwickshire and Worcestershire' (Birm Arch Soc Proc, 1897); 'Life in Early Britain: being an Account of the Early Inhabitants of this Islands and the Memorials which they have left behind them.' (London, D Nutt, 1897).
ProposersSt George Mivart; G A Boulenger; G B Howes; F E Beddard; C Stewart; W A Herdman
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
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