Reference numberEC/1910/02
Previous numbersCert XII, 305
TitleBourne, Gilbert Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLinacre Professor of Comparative Anatomy in the University of Oxford. Ex-Fellow and Tutor of New College, Oxford. Director of the Marine Biological Association, May, 1888-August, 1890. Distinguished for his researches on the Anatomy of Corals and of Mollusca. Author of several papers on the British Marine Fauna. Has published the following among other scientific papers: - 'The Anatomy of the Madreporarian Coral Fungia' (Quart Journ Micros Sci, vol xxvii, 1887); 'The Anatomy of Musia and Euphyllia' (ibi, vol xxviii, 1888); 'The Atoll of Diego Garcia' (Proc Roy Soc, vol xliii, 1888); 'On a Tornaria found in British Seas' (Journ Mar Biol Assoc, 1889); 'The genus Monstrella' (Quart Journ Micros Sci, vol xxx, 1890); 'The Post Embryonic Development of Fungia' (Trans Roy Dubl Soc, vol v, 1893); 'On the Structure and Affinities of 'Heliopora coerulea'' (Phil Trans, 1893); 'On the Structure and Function of the Calcareous Skeleton in the Alcyonaria' (Quart Journ Micros Sci, vol xli, 1899); 'The genus Lemnalia' (Trans Linn Soc, 1899); 'Some New and Rare Corals from Funafuti' (Journ Linn Soc, vol xxix, 1903); ''Oligotrema psammites', a new Ascidian' (Quart Journ Micros Sci, vol xlvii, 1903); 'Report on the Solitary Corals collected by Prof Herdman in Ceylon' (Ceylon Pearl Oyster Fisheries Report, 1905); 'Jousseaumia, a new Eulamellibranch' (ibid, 1906); 'On the Structure of AEnigma' (Quart Journ Micros Sci, vol li, 1907); 'Contributions to the Morphology of the Neritacea,' Part I (in course of publication).
ProposersS J Hickson; A Sedgwick; A E Shipley; S F Harmer; J S Gardiner; D Sharp; F W Gamble; E B Poulton; J S Townsend; E S Goodrich; W J Sollas; W A Herdman; A Dendy; W Heape; F E Beddard; H Woodward
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Bourne, Gilbert Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1352Bourne; Gilbert Charles (1861 - 1933); zoologist and oarsman1861 - 1933
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