Reference numberEC/1905/10
Previous numbersCert XII, 208
TitleMacBride, Ernest William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Zoology in McGill University, Montreal. Ex-Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge. Walsingham Medallist, 1893. Distinguished for his researches in Echinoderm Morphology. Is established with considerable success a School of Zoology in Montreal. Author of the following papers published in the Quart Journ of Microscopical Science: - 'The Development of the Oviduct in the Frog' (1892); 'Development of the Genital Organs, Ovoid Gland, etc, in 'Amphiura squamata', together with some remarks on Ludwig's haemal system' (1893); 'Review of Spengel's Monograph on Balanoglossus' (1894); 'The Development of 'Asterina gibbosa' (1896); 'The Early Development of Amphioxus' (1898); 'Studies in the Development of Echinoidea' (1899); 'Further Remarks on the Development of Amphioxus' (1900), and of other papers. Also author of an important memoir on 'The Development of 'Echinus esculentus', etc,' published in the Phil Trans, 1903; and, in collaboration with Mr A E Shipley, of a Textbook of Zoology, 1901.
ProposersS F Harmer; A Sedgwick; A Newton; W Bateson; J J Lister; S J Hickson; W A Herdman; W F R Weldon; H Woodward
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

MacBride, Ernest William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6369MacBride; Ernest William (1866 - 1940); marine biologist and eugenicist1866 - 1940
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