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Reference numberEC/1925/02
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TitleEvans, Sir Charles Arthur Lovatt: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished as a physiologist. Author of many original papers of which the following are especially noteworthy: - 'Amylose in Saliva' (1911-1912); 'Heart and Lung Metabolism' (1912); 'Influence of Glucose, Adrenalin, Diabetes and Mechanical Conditions on the Gaseous Metabolism of the Heart' (1913-1914, in part with Starling and others); 'Secretin in Diabetes' (1913); 'Acceleration of Heart by Warmth and Adrenalin' (1917); 'Muscle Tension and Heat' (with A V Hill, 1915); 'Velocity Factor in Cardiac Work' (1918); 'Cyanide Anoxaemia' (1919); 'Blood Reaction by Dialysis' (with Dale, 1920); 'Error in Determinations by Hydrogen Electrode' (1921); 'Reaction of Blood in Anaemia' (1921).
ProposersErnest H Starling; W M Bayliss; J S Macdonald; Leonard Hill; H H Dale; F A Bainbridge; C J Martin
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Evans, Sir Charles Arthur Lovatt: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2435Evans; Sir; Charles Arthur Lovatt (1884 - 1968)1884 - 1968
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