Reference numberEC/1926/12
Previous numbersCert XIV, 12; A01476
TitleCole, Francis Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for his researches in Zoology, more especially in Comparative Anatomy and Neurology and for his knowledge of the History of Zoology. By his precise and detailed work he has contributed largely to our knowledge of the morphology of the Myxinoides and of the cranial nerves and lateralis organs in fishes. Neill Medallist, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1908. Chief papers: - 'Cranial Nerves of Chimaera' (Trans Roy Soc Edin, 1896); 'Monograph on Myxine,' Parts I-VI (ibid, 1905-1925); 'Cranial Nerves and Lateral Sense Organs of Fishes' (Trans Linn Soc, 1898); LMBC Memoir, 'Pleuronectes' (with J Johnstone, 1901); 'History of Protozoology' (Univ of London Press, 1925); and other papers.
ProposersG Elliot Smith; D M S Watson; J Cossar Ewart; C Tate Regan; W T Calman; Clifford Dobell; Edward B Poulton
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Cole, Francis Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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