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Reference numberEC/1933/07
Previous numbersCert XIV, 146; A03098
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TitleHammond, Sir John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished for his researches in the physiology of reproduction and growth. Author of the following monographs: 'Reproduction in the Rabbit' (1925), 'The Physiology of Reproduction in the Cow' (1926), 'Growth and the Development of Mutton Qualities in Sheep' (1932). Author of about 50 papers (from 1913 onwards) containing the results of original work on Ovulation, the OEstrous Cycle and the Factors controlling it, Milk Secretion and the Development of the Mammary Glands, the Viability of the Gameters, Foetal Atrophy and other Factors controlling Fertility.
ProposersF H A Marshall; J Gray; J T Wilson; J Stanley Gardiner; E D Adrian; R C Punnett; D M S Watson; Jas P Hill; Joseph Barcroft
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Hammond, Sir John: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA609Hammond; Sir; John (1889 - 1964)1889 - 1964
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