Reference numberEC/1918/09
Previous numbersCert XIII, 138; A01969
TitleDobell, Cecil Clifford: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationFellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Lecturer on Zoology at the Imperial College of Science and Technology. Walsingham Medallist, 1908. Rolleston Prizeman, 1908. Balfour Student, 1908-1909. Distinguished for the wide range of his researches on the Protista and for the skill he has shown in the investigations of their structure and life-histories (eg, 'Copromonas subtilis', 'Chromidina', 'Entamoeba ranarum'). His researches have also thrown light upon the nucleus of the Bacteria, on the alleged sexual phenomena of the same group, and on the nature of the Spirochaets and Cyanophyceae. Author of numerous scientific memoirs, of which the following may be mentioned: - 'Observations on the Life-history of 'Adelea ovata', A Schn' (Proc Roy Soc, 1907); 'The Structure and Life-history of 'Copromonas subtilis' n g n sp' (ibid, 1908); 'Researches on the Intestinal Protozoa of Frogs and Toads' (ibid); 'Chromidia and the Binu-clearity Hypotheses; a Review and a Critcism' (ibid); 'Contributions to the Life-History of 'Hoemocystidium simondi', Cast and Will' (Festschr fur R Hertwig, 1910); 'Contributions to the Cytology of the Bacteria' (Quart Journ Micros Sci, 1911); ''Paraspirillum Vejdovskii' n g n sp, a new Bacterial Form' (ibid); 'On the Systematic Position of the Spirochaets' (Proc Roy Soc, 1912); 'Researches on the Spirochaets and Related Organisms' (Archiv f Protistenkunde, 1911).
Proposers[A Sedgwick]; W Bateson; G C Bourne; E S Goodrich; J S Gardiner; J B Farmer; W Heape; H Woodward; E Ray Lankester; R Punnett
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Dobell, Cecil Clifford: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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