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Authorised form of nameSalaman; Redcliffe Nathan (1874 - 1955)
SurnameSalaman
ForenamesRedcliffe Nathan
Dates1874 - 1955
Dates and placesBirth:
12 September 1874
Death:
12 June 1955
ActivityCareer:
Director of the Laboratory for the investigation of the Virus Diseases of Potatoes, Cambridge
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
16/05/1935
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1955 vol 1 pp 239-245, plate, by Kenneth M Smith
Royal Society codeNA1142
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/GA/WS/3403Salaman, Redcliffe Nathannd
RR/39/110Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'Crinkle “A,” an infectious disease of the potato' by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman3 December 1929
RR/44/60Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'The analysis and synthesis of some disease of the mosaic type. The problem of carriers and auto-infection in the potato' by Redcliffe Nathan SalamanDecember 1931
RR/46/88Second referee's report by Frederick Tom Brooks, on a paper 'An analysis of some necrotic virus diseases of the potato' by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman and Frederick Charles Bawden[March 1932]
RR/61/37Referee's report by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman, on a paper 'The Isolation and some properties of liquid crystalline substances from solanaceous plants infected with three strains of tobacco mosaic virus' by Frederick Charles Bawden and Norman Wingate PirieMay 1937
RR/62/86Second referee's report by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman, on a paper 'Factors affecting the amount of infection obtained by aphis transmission of the virus Hy. III' by Marion A Watson17 June 1936
RR/62/85Referee's report by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman, on a paper 'Factors affecting the amount of infection obtained by aphis transmission of the virus Hy. III' by Marion A Watson4 May 1936
RR/63/84Referee's report by John Charles Grant Ledingham, on a paper 'The potato virus "X": Its strains and reactions' by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman17 December 1937
RR/63/83Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'The potato virus "X": Its strains and reactions' by Redcliffe Nathan SalamanFebruary 1938
RR/65/250Referee's report by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman, on a paper 'Investigations of the mechanism of the transmission of plant viruses by insect vectors II. The part played by puncture in transmission' by Harold Haydon StoreyFebruary 1938
RR/67/413Referee's report by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman, on a paper 'Investigations of the mechanism of the transmission of plant viruses by insect vectors III. The insect’s saliva' by Harold Haydon StoreyJune 1939
RR/39/111Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'Para-crinkle: a potato disease of the virus group' by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman and Richard H Le Pelley30 December 1929
RR/46/87Referee's report by Frederick Tom Brooks, on a paper 'An analysis of some necrotic virus diseases of the potato' by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman and Frederick Charles Bawden[March 1932]
EC/1935/16Salaman, Redcliffe Nathan: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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