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Reference numberNLB/37/269
Alternative reference numberNLB/37 p164
LevelItem
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor S Martin FRS, Chairman of the Physiology Sectional Committee
Date24 February 1908
DescriptionProceedings paper by Dr Bayliss, Fellow of the Royal Society. "On reciprocal innervation in vaso-motor reflexes and the action of strychnine and of chloroform thereon". Walker writes that he has carefully examined the paper and the author has prepared the paper with all care.

Dr Walker's report on the above paper has been received and is favourable to publication as it stands in the Proceeding [of the Royal Society]. The paper is estimated to print 35 pages of the Proceedings at a cost of £20 and there are 28 text figures which are estimated to cost £7 for reproduction.
Extent1p
FormatCarbon
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA1713Martin; Sidney Harris Cox (1860 - 1924)1860 - 1924
NA7858Bayliss; Sir; William Maddock (1860 - 1924)1860 - 1924
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