Reference numberEC/1944/19
Previous numbersCert XV, 89; A56417
TitleTiegs, Oscar Werner: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for (1) his work on insect embryology and metamorphosis, and the embyrology of Symphyla, (2) his experimental studies on the innervation of skeletal muscle and the functional relation of the sympathetic system to muscle (Orbeli effect), (3) his histological work on muscle, especially the helicoidal structure of the striated muscle fibre. Other researches concern: histology of the neurosynapse; innervation of teeth; chemical transmission at dorsal root nerve endings.
ProposersFrom general knowledge. C S Sherrington (A V H); E S Goodrich (A V H)
From personal knowledge. J T Wilson; J Gray; C F A Pantin; C Shearer; A D Imms; D Keilin; F Wood-Jones (A V H); John Graham Kerr (A V H); W E Agar (A V H); Jas P Hill
Access statusOpen

Tiegs, Oscar Werner: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA739Tiegs; Oscar Werner (1897 - 1956)1897 - 1956
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