Reference numberEC/1912/10
Previous numbersCert XIII, 35; A05017
TitleMoore, Benjamin: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Bio-Chemistry in the University of Liverpool. Distinguished as a physiology. Among his published work have been the following: - 'Active Substances in Suprarenals' (Proc Physiol Soc, 1895);'On the Chromogen of the Suprarenal Gland' (Journ of Physiol, 1896); 'Mode of Absorption of Fats' (with D Rockwood, ibid, 1897); 'The Contractility and Innervation of the Spleen' (with E Schafer, 1896); 'The Reaction of the Intestine in relation to Digestion' (with D Rockwood, ibid, 1897); 'Physiological Action and Chemical Constitution of Piperidine, Coniine, and Nicotine' (with R Row, ibid, 1897); 'Chemistry of the Digestive Processes' (Text-book of Physiology, editedby E A Schafer, 1898); 'On the Processes undergone by Fat in Intestinal Digestion' (with Parker, Proc Roy Soc, vol lxviii, 1901); 'On the Synthesis of Fats accompanying Absorption from the Intestine, and on the Limitations of Synthesis by Enzymes and by Living Cells Respectively' (Thompson Yates and Johnston Laboratory Reports, Liverpool. 1903); 'On Physical and Chemical Properties of Solutions of Chloroform in Water, Saline, Serum, and Haemoglobin' (with H E Roaf, Proc Roy Soc, vol lxxiii, 1904); 'On the Absence or Marked Diminution of Free Hydrochloric Acid in the Gastric Contents in Malignant Disease of Organs other than the Stomach' (with H E Roaf and others, ibid, vol lxxxvi, B, 1905); 'On the Effects of Alkalies and Acids, and of Alkaline and Acid Salts, upon Growth and Cell-division in the Fertilized Eggs of 'Echinus esculentus'' (with H E Roaf and E Whitley, ibid, vol lxxxvii, B, 1905); 'On Physical and Chemical Properties of Solutions of Chloroform and other Anaesthetics' (with H E Roaf, ibid, vol lxxvii, B, 1905); 'A Method of Haemalkalimetry with Applications to Determination of the Reactivity of the Inorganic Salts of Serum' (with F P Wilson, Bio-Chemical Journ, 1906); 'Direct Measurements of the Osmotic Pressures of certain Colloids in Solutions' (with H E Roaf, ibid, 1907); 'On the Equilibrium between the Cell and its environment in regard to soluble Constitutents, with specialreference to the Osmotic Equilibrium of the Red Blood Corpuscle' (with H E Roaf, ibid, 1907); 'The Effect of variations in the Inorganic Salts and the Reactivity of, the External Medium on the Nutrition, Growth, and Cell-division in Plants and Animals' (with H E Roaf and RKnowles, ibid, 1908); 'An Investigation of the Toxic Action of Dilute Solutions of Certain Heavy Metals upon 'Bacillus typhosus'' (with J L Hawkes, ibid, 1908); Article , 'Enzymes' in 'Recent Advances in Physiology' (edited by L Hill, 1906).
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Moore, Benjamin: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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