Reference numberEC/1928/14
Previous numbersCert XIV, 53
TitleSchryver, Samuel Barnett: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished for original investigation in chemistry, especially biochemistry. He has made valuable contributions to our knowledge of Morphia Alkaloids (Trans Chem Soc, 1900); Autolysis (Journ of Physiol, 1904); Aggregation in Colloids, especially Clotting (Proc Roy Soc, 1910-1916); 'The Chemical Aspects of Proteins, especially Gelatine' (Bio Chem Journ , 1920, onwards). He has done valuable work in chemistry in relation to plant physiology, including studies of the nitrogenous metabolism of plants (ibid, 1920), of Pectic substances and Haemicelluloses (ibid, 1918, onwards). In addition he has been the instigator of much other research work issuing from his laboratory.
ProposersArthur Harden; V H Blackman; F G Hopkins; F F Blackman; C J Martin; J B Farmer; H B Baker; Jocelyn Thorpe; C F Cross
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