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Reference numberRR/34/8
LevelItem
TitleReferee's report by Charles Tate Regan, on a paper 'Studies in colour changes of fish. - Part II. —An analysis of the colour patterns of the dab. - Part III. —The action of nicotin and adrenalin in the dab. - Part IV. —The action of caffeine in the dab, and a theory of the control of colour changes in fish' by H R Hewer
Datend [1926]
DescriptionSectional Committee: Physiology

Recommended for publication in the 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society'. The paper is very long, suggests parts that could be omitted. Remarks unfavourably on the author's use of words.

[Published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 1927]

No received date.
Extent3p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionStandardised form (type D) and letter on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstb.1927.0003 Vol.215 1927
Related records in the catalogueRR/34/7
NLB/69/379
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA1235Regan; Charles Tate (1878 - 1943)1878 - 1943
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