Record

Authorised form of nameDixon; Henry Horatio (1869 - 1953)
SurnameDixon
ForenamesHenry Horatio
Dates1869 - 1953
Dates and placesBirth:
Dublin, Ireland (19 May 1869)
Death:
Dublin, Ireland (20 December 1953)
ActivityResearch Field:
Botany
Education:
ScD (Dubl)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
7/05/1908
Lectures:
Croonian 1937
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1954 vol 9 pp 79-97, plate, by W R G Atkins
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/3253801
Royal Society codeNA1758
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1908/05Dixon, Henry Horatio: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MM/16/44Letter from F O Bower, Ripon, to HH Dixon4 December 1946
MM/16/43Letter from F O Bower, Ripon, to HH Dixon22 September 1946
MM/16/42Letter from F O Bower, Ripon, to HH Dixon10 March 1928
IM/001170Dixon, Henry Horatiocirca 1949
NLB/10/211Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Francis Darwin, Fellow of the Royal Society22 October 1894
NLB/10/389Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Michael Foster16 November 1894
NLB/13/733Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Sydney Howard Vines, Fellow of the Royal Society12 November 1896
NLB/13/784Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Sydney Howard Vines, Fellow of the Royal Society25 November 1896
NLB/13/818Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Sydney Howard Vines, Fellow of the Royal Society2 December 1896
NLB/11/551Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor [John] Joly 21 July 1895
NLB/20/207Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Henry Horatio Dixon, [Fellow of the Royal Society], Botanical Laboratory, Trinity College, Dublin23 February 1900
NLB/37/871Copy Letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to W [William] Barlow, Fellow of the Royal Society26 May 1908
NLB/42/181Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Messrs Harrison & Sons20 April 1910
NLB/51/135Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society to Professor Henry Horatio Dixon FRS16 December 1914
RR/22/17Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'Transmission of death excitation in plants' by Jagadis Chunder BoseJanuary 1916
RR/27/7Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'Further observations on cell-wall structure as seen in cotton hairs' by William Lawrence BallsMarch 1922
RR/26/148Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'Experimental researches on vegetable assimilation and respira­tion. XIV. —Assimilation by submerged plants dilute solutions of bicarbonates and of acids: an improved bubble-counting technique' by A J Wilmott[July 1921]
RR/28/60Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'The determiners of cellulose structure as seen in the cell-wall of cotton hairs' by William Lawrence Balls[April 1923]
RR/27/15Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'On the relation between permeability variation and plant movements' by Basiswar SenOctober 1922
RR/12/90Referee's report by Joseph John Thomson, on a paper 'On the ascent of sap' by Henry Horatio Dixon and John Joly20 February 1895
RR/12/309Letter from Francis Darwin, regarding a paper 'On the ascent of sap' by Henry Horatio Dixon and John Joly7 March 1895
RR/12/308Referee's report by George Francis Fitzgerald, on a paper 'On the ascent of sap' by Henry Horatio Dixon and John Joly17 November 1894
RR/12/310Referee's report by Francis Darwin, on a paper 'On the ascent of sap' by Henry Horatio Dixon and John Joly24 October 1894
RR/45/2Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'Respiration as a factor in the ionic equilibria between plant tissues and external solutions' by George Edward Briggs and A H K Petrie[April 1931]
RR/44/77Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'Experiments on phyllotaxis. I. - The effect of isolating a primordium' by Mary Snow and George Robert Sabine SnowSeptember 1931
NLB/57/164Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor VH [Vernon Herbert] Blackman, FRS, Chairman of the Botany Committee31 July 1919
RR/49/148Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'The resistance porometer and its application to the study of stomatal movement' by Frederick Gugenheim Gregory and H L Pearse[December 1933]
RR/60/5Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'The diffusion porometer' by Frederick Gugenheim Gregory and J I ArmstrongMay 1936
RR/51/77Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'Experiments on Phyllotaxis. II. — The effect of displacing a primordium' by Mary Snow and R Snow[February 1933]
RR/52/104Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'Experiments on phyllotaxis - Part III - Diagonal splits through decussate apices' by Mary Snow and R SnowOctober 1934
RR/36/39Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'Electrical effects accompanying the decomposition of organic compounds. III. Photosynthesis and plant nutrition' by M C Potter[January 1927]
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/65/123Referee's report by Henry Horatio Dixon, on a paper 'Oxygen produced by isolated chloroplasts' by Robert HillJanuary 1939
RR/12/89Referee's report by Francis Darwin, on a paper 'On the ascent of sap' by Henry Horatio Dixon and John Joly27 December 1894
NLB/57New Letter Book volume 57, copy letters sent from Royal Society administration27 June 1919-27 February 1920
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