Reference numberEC/1902/07
Previous numbersCert XII, 143
TitleHardy, Sir William Bate: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. Demonstrator of Physiology. Author of the following papers: - 'On some Points in the Histology and Development 'Myriothela phrygia'' (Quart Journ Micros Sci); 'On some Histological Features and Physiological Properties of the Post-OEsophageal Nerve Cord of the Crustacea' (Trans Roy Soc, 1894); 'On the Reaction of certain Cell-Granules with Methylene-Blue' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1891); 'On the Blood-Corpuscles of the Crustacea, together with a suggestion as to the Origin of the Crustacean Fibrinferment' (Journ of Physiology, 1892); 'On the Characters and Behaviour of the Wandering Cells of the Frog, especially in relation to Micro-Organisms,' with A A Kanthack (Trans Roy Soc, 1894); 'On the Changes in the Number and Character of the Wandering Cells of the Frogs induced by the prescence of Urari, or of 'Bacillus Anthracis',' with Lim Boon Keng (Journ of Physiology, 1893); 'On the Structure and Functions of the Alimentary Canal of 'Daphnia','with W McDougall (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1893); 'The Morphology and Distribution of the Wandering Cells of the Mammalia,' with A A Kanthack (Journ Physiology, 1894); 'Note on the Oxidising Powers of Different Regions of the Spectrum in relation to the Bactericidal Action of Light and Air,' with R F D'Arcy (ibid); 'The Wandering Cells of the Alimentary Canal,' with F F Wesbrook (ibid, 1895); 'Further Observations upon the Action of the Oxyphil and Hyaline Cells of Frog's Lymph upon Bacilli' (ibid, 1898); 'On the Structure of Cell Protoplasm' (ibid, 1899); 'On the Coagulation of Proteid by Electricity' (ibid).
ProposersW H Gaskell; J N Langley; John Burdon Sanderson; C S Sherrington; A Newton; E A Schafer; J R Bradford; E H Starling; V Horsley; W F R Weldon; F Darwin; F H Neville; R Threlfall; W Bateson; A Gamgee
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Hardy, Sir William Bate: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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