Reference numberEC/1930/03
Previous numbersCert XIV, 81; A00920
TitleBrooks, Frederick Tom: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished as a plant pathologist. Past President, British Mycological Society; Member of Committee of Management, Imperial Bureau of Mycology. For several years Director of Research at the Cambridge Botany School in Plant Pathology. Author of many papers, a few of which are published under his name and that of an assistant: the more important papers are: - 'The Biology of 'Botrysis cinerea'' (Ann Bot); 'The Development of 'Gnomonia erythrostoma'' (ibid); 'Diseases of Plantation Rubber' (3 papers: New Phytologist and Ann Applied Biol); 'Silver-leaf Diseases' (5 papers: Journ Agric Sci, Journ Horticult Sci); 'Investigation of some Tomato Diseases' (Trans Brit Mycol Soc); 'On the Invasion of Woody Tissues by Wound Parasites' (Proc Camb Phil Soc); papers published by Food Investigation Board.
ProposersA C Seward; V H Blackman; J B Farmer; Arthur W Hill; E J Butler; A B Rendle; Harold Wagner; F F Blackman; F O Bower
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Brooks, Frederick Tom: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1415Brooks; Frederick Tom (1882 - 1952)1882 - 1952
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