Reference numberMS/920
TitlePapers on sheep nutrition by Hedley Ralph Marston
DescriptionFour papers on aspects of the nutrition and dietery deficiencies of livestock authored by Hedley R Marston FRS, with several collaborators. With some original figures and illustrations.

1) 'The effects of copper deficiency and of chronic overdosage with copper on border Leicester and merino sheep', Hedley R Marston and Hector John Lee. The Journal of Agricultural Science (Cambridge)
2) 'The fermentation of cellulose in vitro by organisms from the rumen of sheep', Hedley R Marston. Biochemical Journal (Cambridge)
3) 'Cobalt and copper in the nutrition of sheep', Hedley R Marston, Hector John Lee, Ian W McDonald. The Journal of Agricultural Science (Cambridge)
4) 'Cobalt and copper in the nutrition of sheep (2)', Hedley R Marston, Hector John Lee, Ian W McDonald. The Journal of Agricultural Science (Cambridge)
Extent4 items
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
Administrative historyRetrieved from the Royal Society works collection. In a folder labelled 'Typescripts of 4 papers by Marston at present in press'. 'Dr Charles Kellaway, Wellcome Research Trust, 193 Euston Road, SW1'. The papers are likely to have been depostied with the Society by Kellaway.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA710Marston; Hedley Ralph (1900 - 1965)1900 - 1965
NA1631Kellaway; Charles Halliley (1889 - 1952)1889 - 1952
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