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Authorised form of nameFox; Harold Munro (1889 - 1967); zoologist
SurnameFox
ForenamesHarold Munro
Dates1889 - 1967
Dates and placesBirth:
28 September 1889
Death:
29 January 1967
ActivityEducation:
MA
Career:
Professor of Zoology, University of Birmingham, formerly Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
6/05/1937
Medals/Prizes:
Darwin Medal 1966
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
AssocMaterial:
CSAC 10/4/74. Papers deposited in the Archives of the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1968 vol 14 pp 207-222, plate, by J E Smith
Royal Society codeNA1467
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/GA/WS/2490Fox, Harold Munro1946
IM/GA/WRS/8629Fox, Harold Munrond
RR/28/117Referee's report by Edgar Johnson Allen, on a paper 'Lunar periodicity in reproduction' by Harold Munro Fox23 June 1923
RR/41/94Referee's report by Alfred Chaston Chapman, on a paper 'A spectrographic analysis of animal tissues' by Harold Munro Fox and Hugh RamageDecember 1930
RR/47/58Referee's report by Joseph Barcroft, on a paper 'The oxygen affinity of chlorocruorin' by Harold Munro FoxJune 1932
RR/49/127Referee's report by Joseph Barcroft, on a paper 'The blood circulation of animals possessing chlorocruorin' by Harold Munro Fox[January 1933]
RR/50/126Referee's report by Joseph Barcroft, on a paper 'Crystalline chlorocruorin' by Jean Roche and Harold Munro FoxOctober 1933
RR/52/77Referee's report by Joseph Barcroft, on a paper 'The oxygen to iron ratio of oxychlorocruorin and the total quantity of oxygen carried by the pigment in spirographis' by Harold Munro FoxApril 1934
RR/63/29Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'The control of beating and of micro-fibrillation by means of potassium, calcium and sodium in the chick embryo heart calcium fibrillation and the control of beating' by P D F MurraySeptember 1937
RR/63/74Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'Some features of the calcium metabolism of the shore crab (carcinus maenas pennant)' by James D RobertsonJuly 1937
RR/64/123Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'The development in vitro of the mammalian gonad. Ovary and ovogenesis' by P N Martinovitch[January 1938]
RR/63/123Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'Loss of potassium from embryonic chick hearts in potassium-free media with and without calcium' by E Watchorn and P D F MurraySeptember 1937
RR/67/286Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'Low temperature and insect activity' by Kenneth MellanbyApril 1939
RR/65/94Referee's report by Joseph Barcroft, on a paper 'On the blood circulation and metabolism of sabellids' by Harold Munro FoxMay 1938
RR/72/100Referee's report by David Keilin, on a paper 'Fluctuations in the haemoglobin content of Daphnia' by Elisabeth I B Dresel, Harold Munro Fox and Sheila M Hardcastle4 February 1949
RR/65/203Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'Morphogenesis and metabolism: studies with the cartesian diver ultramicromanometer III. Respiratory rate of the regions of the amphibian gastrula' by Joseph Needham and E J Boell December 1938
RR/65/199Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'Morphogenesis and metabolism: studies with the cartesian diver ultramicromanometer I. Anaerobic glycolysis of the regions of the amphibian gastrula' by Joseph Needham, E J Boell and Veronica RogersDecember 1938
RR/65/201Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'Morphogenesis and metabolism: studies with the cartesian diver ultramicromanometer II. Effect of dinitro-o-cresol on the anaerobic glycolysis of the regions of the amphibian gastrula' by Joseph Needham and E J Boell December 1939
RR/67/149Referee's report by Joseph Barcroft, on a paper 'On the function of chlorocruorin' by Rosalie F Ewer and Harold Munro FoxMarch 1940
RR/67/418Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'Further studies on pre-imaginal olfactory conditioning in insects' by William Homan ThorpeMarch 1939
RR/67/306Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'Morphogenesis and metabolism: studies with the Cartesian diver ultramicro-manometer V. Aerobic glycolysis measurements on the regions of the amphibian gastrula' by Joseph Needham, Veronica Rogers and Shih-chang ShenJune 1939
RR/70/105Referee's report by David Keilin, on a paper 'The haemoglobin of Daphnia' by Harold Munro Fox1947
RR/68/213Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'The effects of cold and colchicine on mitosis in the newt' by Horace Newton Barber and Harold Garnet Callan[1942]
RR/68/502Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'The mechanics and innervation of the starfish tube foot-ampulla system' by J E Smith[1944]
RR/72/236Referee's report by Harold Munro Fox, on a paper 'The motor nervous system of the starfish, Astropecten irregularis (Pennant), with special reference to the innervation of the tube feet and ampullae' by James Eric Smith1949
RR/72/115Referee's report by David Keilin, on a paper 'On chlorocruorin and haemoglobin' by Harold Munro Fox4 February 1949
NLB/65/265Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Sidney [Frederic] Harmer, FRS1 October 1923
EC/1937/05Fox, Harold Munro: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/64/840Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Harold Munro] Fox Esq. Zoological Department, Cambridge28 June 1923
NLB/65/84Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Harold Munro] Fox Esq.; Station Biologie, Roscoff, Finistere, France25 July 1923
NLB/65/613Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Harold Munro] Fox, Esq.28 November 1923
NLB/64/783Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Sidney Harmer, FRS.18 June 1923
NLB/68/961Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Harold Munro] Fox9 December 1925
NLB/70/535Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Harold] Munro Fox5 May 1927
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