Reference numberEC/1933/11
Previous numbersCert XIV, 150; A04598
TitleMcLeod, James Walter: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished for his continuous productive activity in bacteriology since 1912 and the number of important lines of work which he has opened up, particularly on (1) the respiration and enzymes of bacteria and the mechanism and meaning of the anaerobic habit; (2) the haemolysins of streptococic; (3) the nutrition of bacteria with special reference to practical methods of isolation and identification; and (4) the different strains of diphtheria bacilli.
ProposersA E Boycott; J C G Ledingham; Robert Muir; C H Browning; F W Andrewes; William Bulloch; M H Gordon; W W C Topley
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McLeod, James Walter: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1917McLeod; James Walter (1887 - 1978)1887 - 1978
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