Reference numberEC/1899/17
Previous numbersCert XII, 95
TitleWindle, Sir Bertram Coghill Alan: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionPrincipal certificate
CitationProfessor of Anatomy, Queen's College, Birmingham. Has devoted himself to the study of Human and Comparative Anatomy and Morphology; and has published the following works and papers on these and kindred subjects: - (1) 'On the Embryology of the Short Muscles of the Manus and Pes of the Dog' (Proc R Irish Acad, vol iii); (2) 'The Embryology of the Short Muscles of the Human Hand' (Trans R Irish Acad, xxviii); (3) 'On the Pectrol Group of Muscles' (ibid, xxix); (4) 'Teratological Evidence as to the Heredity of Acquired Characters' (Journ Linn Soc, xxiii); (5) 'On the Anatomy of 'Hydromys chrysogaster'' (Proc Zool Soc, 1887); (6) 'On some Cranial and Dental Characters of the Domestic Dog (in conjunction with Mr Humphrys) (ibid, 1890); (7) 'On an Abnormal Arrangement of the Large Intestine' (Journ of Anat, vol xx); (8) 'On Primary Sarcoma of the Kidney' (ibid, xix); (9) 'On the Condition of the Brain in a case of Motor Aphasia with Deafness' (ibid, new series, i); (10) 'Man's Lost Incisors' (ibid, i); (11) 'Anomalies of Muscles and Nerves' (ibid); (12) 'Two Rare Tumours connected with the teeth' (ibid); (13) 'The Myology of 'Erethizon epixanthus'' (ibid, ii); (14) 'On the Arteries forming the Circle of Willis' (ibid); (15) 'On a Teratoma from the Sphenoid of a Calf' (ibid); (16) 'On the Myology of 'Procyon cancrivorus, and others of the Ursidae' (ibid, iii); (17) 'On the Origin of Double Monstrosities' (ibid); (18) 'On the Flexors of the Digits of the Hand (ibid, iv); (19) Unnited Epiphyses' (ibid); (20) 'On the Stylo-auricularis Muscle and Ligament' (ibid, v); (21) 'On the occurrence of an Additional Phalanx in the Human Pollex' (ibid, vi); (22) 'On Identical Malformations in Twins' (ibid); (23) 'Sacculation of the Human Stomach' (Proc Birmingham Philos Soc, v); (24) 'Myology of 'Midas rosalia'' (ibid); (25) 'Myology of 'Hapale Jacchus'' (ibid); (26) 'The Adductor Muscles of the Hand' (ibid); (27) 'The Extensors of the Manus in the Ape' (ibid, vi); (28) 'On Congenital Malformation and Heredity' (ibid); (29) 'Researches on the maturation of the Ovum' (ibid); (30) 'Certain Malformations in Fishes' (ibid); (31) 'Investigations in Artificial Teratogeny' (ibid, vii); (32) 'Extra Cusps on Human Teeth' (Anat Anzeiger, vol ii); (33) 'Congenital Deficiency of Thumb' (ibid, iii); (34) 'Malformations of the Face' (ibid, iv); (35) 'Musculus sternalis' (ibid); (36) 'The Human Skull' (Birmingham Med Review, vol xviii); (37) 'Hermaphroditism' (ibid, xx); (39) 'A Manual of Surface-Anatomy' (London, H K Lewis, 1888); (40) 'The Proportions of the Human Body' (London, Bailliere, Tindal & Cox, 1892).
ProposersA Macalister; [George M Humphry]; William Turner; J Cleland; D J Cunningham; C Lapworth; J H Poynting; H W Watson; St G Mivart; W A Tilden; E B Poulton; J Crichton Browne
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