Reference numberEC/1913/01
Previous numbersCert XIII, 42; A00662
TitleBlackman, Vernon Herbert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Citation[Professor of Plant Physiology and Pathology, Imperial College of Science and Technology.] Late Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge. Ex-Assistant in the Department of Botany, British Museum. Distinguished as a Botanist. His published work is largely in the field of Plant Cytology with especial reference to the sexuality of the Fungi. Author of the following papers, among others: 'On the Cytological Features of Fertilization and Related Phenomena in 'Pinus sylvestris'' (Phil Trans, B, 1898); 'On the Fertilization, Alternation of Generations and General Cytology of the Uredineae' (Annals of Bot, vol xviii); 'On the Relations of Fertilization, 'Apogamy' and Parthenogenesis' (New Phytologist, vol ii); 'Observations on the Pyrocysteae' (ibid, vol i). Joint Author of the following: 'Fertilization in Sphaerotheca' (Annals of Bot, vol xx); 'Further Studies on the Sexuality of the Uredineae' (ibid, vol xx); 'Sexuality and Development of the Ascocarp of 'Humaria rutilans'' (Proc Roy Soc, B); 'Nature of Coccospheres and Rhabdospheres' (Phil Trans, B, 1898).
ProposersD H Scott; F W Oliver; F F Blackman; A C Seward; Francis Darwin; J B Farmer; F O Bower; A B Rendle; E Klein; Avebury
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Blackman, Vernon Herbert: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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