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Reference numberEC/1903/01
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TitleBayliss, Sir William Maddock: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAssistant Professor of Physiology, University College. Distinguished as a Physiologist. Author of the following papers: - 'The Electric Phenomena accompanying the Process of Secretion in the Salivary Glands' (with J R Bradford, Proc Roy Soc, 1886); 'The Electrical Phenomena accompanying Secretion in the Skin of the Frog' (with J R Bradford, Journ Physiol, vol vii, 1886); 'The Electromotive Phenomena of the Mammalian Heart' (with E H Starling, Proc Roy Soc, vol 1, 1891, and Internat Journ Anat and Physiol, 1892); 'On some Points in the Innervation of the Mammalian Heart' (with E H Starling, Journ Physiol, vol xiii, 1892); 'The Physiology of the Depressor Nerve' (Journ Physiol, 1893); 'The Innervation of the Vessels of the Limbs' (with J R Bradford, ibid, 1894); 'Observations on Venous Pressures' (with E H Starling , ibid, vol xvi, 1894); 'On the Formation of Heat in the Salivary Glands' (ibid, 1894); 'Vaso-constrictors of Portal Vein' (with E H Starling, ibid, 1894); 'The Form of the Intraventricular and Aortic Pressure Curves' (Internat Journ Anat and Phys, vol xi, 1894); 'The Intracranial Pressure and the Cerebral Circulation' (with L E Hill, Journ Physiol, 1895); 'The Nonantagonism of Visceral and Cutaneous Vascular Reflexes' (Internat Phys Congress, 1898); 'Innervation of Small Intestine' (with E H Starling, various papers, 1898-1901); 'Innervation of Large Intestine' (Journ Physiol, 1900); 'A Potentiometer for Physiological Use' (Proc Physiol Soc, 1900); 'The Origin from the Spinal Cord of the Vaso-dilator Fibres of the Hind Limb, and on the Nature of these Fibres' (Journ Physiol, vol xxxvi, 1901, and elsewhere); 'The Reaction of Blood Vessels to alteration of Internal Pressure' (Proc Physiol Soc, 1901); 'Reflex Vascular Dilatation through Roots' (ibid, 1901); 'Action of CO2 on Blood Vessels' (ibid, 1901); and many other papers.
ProposersJohn Burdon Sanderson; F Gotch; J N Langley; E A Schafer; E H Starling ; W D Halliburton; J R Bradford; S Martin; A D Waller; A Gamgee
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Bayliss, Sir William Maddock: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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