Reference numberEC/1936/16
Previous numbersCert XIV, 217; A06249
TitleSahni, Birbal: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCitation typed
CitationAn enthusiastic and exceptionally active worker in Palaeobotany and other branches of Botany, whose contributions are characterised by thoroughness, marked originality and a broad philosophical outlook. The following papers illustrate Professor Sahni's wide range: - The Anatomy of a Recent Fern (1915-1916); A New Caledonian Conifer, 'Acmopyle' (Phil Trans, 1920); A species of 'Tmesipteris' (Phil Trans); A Palaeozoic Fern, 'Clepsydropsis', from Australia (Phil Trans); A New Genus of Palaeozoic Ferns from Siberia (Phil Trans); two Presidential Addresses to the Asiatic Society of Bengal, of great value to students of ancient floras; papers on plants of different ages published by the Geological Survey of India, etc.
ProposersA C Seward; D H Scott; F O Bower; W H Lang; A G Tansley; F E Weiss; F T Brooks; C V Raman
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Sahni, Birbal: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1076Sahni; Birbal (1891 - 1949)1891 - 1949
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