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Reference numberEC/1910/01
Previous numbersCert XII, 304
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TitleBarcroft, Sir Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow of King's College, Cambridge. Lecturer in Physiology. Distinguished as a Physiologist. Author of the following papers: - 'The Gaseous Metabolism of the Submaxillary Gland' (Journ Physiol, 1900 and 1901); 'A Method of Estimating the Oxygen and Carbonic Acid in Small Quantities of Blood' (with J S Haldane, ibid, vol xxviii, 1902); 'The Estimation of Urea in Blood' (ibid, vol xxix, 1903); 'The Oxygen Exchange of the Pancreas' (ibid, vol xxxii, 1905 and vol xxxiii, 1906); 'The Oxygen Tension in the Submaxillary Gland and other Organs' (Bio-Chem Journ, vol i, 1906); 'The Estimation of Oxygen dissolved in Salt Solutions' (Journ Physiol, vol xxxiv, 1906); 'The Gaseous Metabolism of the Mammalian Heart' (with W E Dixon, ibid, vol xxxv, 1907); 'The Effect of Hirudin' (ibid, vol xxxvi, 1907); 'Differential Method of Blood Gas Analysis' (ibid, vol xxxvii, 1908); 'Zur Lehre vom Blutgaswechsel in den verschiedenen Organen' (Arch Klin Med, 1908); 'Ueber d Ferricyanidmethode zur Blutgasbestimmung.'
ProposersJ N Langley; E H Starling; W D Halliburton; A R Cushny; W B Hardy; W H Gaskell; F G Hopkins; J S Haldane
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Barcroft, Sir Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6402Barcroft; Sir; Joseph (1872 - 1947)1872 - 1947
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