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Reference numberEC/1921/13
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TitleDreyer, Georges: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished in pathology, bacteriology and physiology. Author of 'Quantitative Methods for the Measurement of Toxins Antitoxins, Agglutinins and Red Corpuscles'; 'Researches on the Effect of Light and other Radiations on Living Tissues, Protozoa, Toxins, Antitoxins, Enzymes and Albumens'; 'Physico-chemical Laws Governing the Interactions of Immunizing Substances, Toxins and Antitoxins'; 'Relationship between Surface and Body Weight to Blood Volume and Capacity of the Arterial System and Air Passages'; 'Studies on Immunization in the Typhoid and Para-typhoid Group of Fevers and on the Development of Protective Substances after Inoculation of Typhoid and Mixed Typhoid and Para-typhoid Vaccines'; 'The Establishment of Constant Relationships between Vital Capacity and certain Body-measures'; 'The Use of Constants in the Assessment of Physical Fitness, and their Application to the Study of Pulmonary Tuberculosis and other Disorders'; 'The Expression in Simple Formulae of the Normal Basal Metabolism of Men in Relation to Age and Size of Body'; 'An Enquiry into the Diurnal Variations of the Haemoglobin of the Blood.'
ProposersAlmroth E Wright; William T Leishman; L Hill; C J Martin; A Keith; S M Copeman; C S Sherrington; W Bulloch; H H Dale; C Dobell; W M Bayliss; Moulton
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Dreyer, Georges: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1544Dreyer; Georges (1873 - 1934)1873 - 1934
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