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Reference numberEC/1927/03
Previous numbersCert XIV, 26; A01036
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TitleBurne, Richard Higgins: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationAuthor of many important contributions to Comparative Anatomy extending from 1892 until 1923, and published in the Proceedings of the Zoological Society, Proceedings of the London Malacological Society, the Journal of the Linnean Society, and Journal of Anatomy and Physiology. As representative papers may be cited: - 'On the Presence of a Branchial Basket in 'Myxine glutinosa'' (Proc Zool Soc 1892); 'On the Aortic-Arch system of 'Saccobranchus fossilis'' (Journ Linn Soc Zool 1896, XXV); 'The Anatomy of the Olfactory Organ of Teleost Fishes' (Proc Zool Soc 1909); 'Some Peculiarities of the Blood-Vascular System of the Porbeagle Shark' (Phil Trans 1923. Series B); 'Reports on Pelecypoda, British Antarctic Expedition' (Terra Nova), 1920.
ProposersJ P Hill; P Chalmers Mitchell; Arthur Keith; G Elliot Smith; Arthur Smith Woodward; R I Pocock; C T Regan; C W Andrews; E T Newton
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Burne, Richard Higgins: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA998Burne; Richard Higgins (1868 - 1953)1868 - 1953
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