Reference numberEC/1900/04
TitleFarmer, Sir John Bretland: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Botany, Royal College of Science, London. Ex-Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. Distinguished for his Botanical and Biological researches. Author of the following papers: - 'On the Development of the Endocarp in 'Samlucus nigra'' (Ann of Bot, vol ii); Contribution to the 'Morphology and Physiology of Pulpy Fruits' (ibid, vol iii); 'The Stomata in the Fruit of 'Iris Pseudacorus'' (ibid, vol iv); 'On 'Isoetes lacustris'' (ibid, vol v); 'On Abnormal Flowers in 'Oncidium splendidum'' (ibid, vol, vi); 'On the Embryogeny of 'Angiopteris evecta'' (ibid); 'on Nuclear Division in the pollen-mother-cells of 'Lilium martagon'' (ibid, vii); 'On the Relations of the Nucleus to Spore-formation in certain Liverworts' (Proc Roy Soc, vol liv); 'Studies in Hepaticae' (Ann of Bot, vol viii); 'On Spore-formation and Nuclear Division in the Hepaticae' (ibid, vol ix); 'Further Investigations on Spore-formation in 'Fegatella conica'' (ibid); 'Respiration and Assimilation in Cells containing Chlorophyll' (ibid, vol x); 'Ueber Kerntheilung in Lilium' (Flora, 1895); 'On the Structure of a Hybrid Fern' (Ann of Bot, vol xi). Joint Author of: - with J Reeves, 'On the Occurrence of Centrospheres in 'Pellia epiphylla'' (ibid, vol viii); with J H Williams, 'On Fertilization and the Segmentation of the Spore of Fucus' (Proc Roy Soc, vol lx); with T Waller, 'Observations on the Action of Anaesthetics on Vegetable and Animal Protoplasm' (ibid, vol lxiii); with J Brentland, 'Contributions to our Knowledge of the Fucaceae, their Life-History and Cytology' (Phil Trans, vol cxc).
ProposersI B Balfour; F O Bower; J W H Trail; D H Scott; H T Brown; George King; C B Clarke; G Murray; S H Vines; F Darwin; W Carruthers; A Lister; H M Ward; W Gardiner; A C Seward; J R Green; William T Thiselton-Dyer; J S Haldane
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Farmer, Sir John Bretland: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1831Farmer; Sir; John Bretland (1865 - 1944)1865 - 1944
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