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Authorised form of nameHeslop-Harrison; John William (1881 - 1967)
Other forms of nameJohn William Heslop-
Other forms of surnameHarrison
Dates1881 - 1967
NationalityBritish
Date of birth22 January 1881
Date of death23/01/1967
ActivityEducation:
DSc
Career:
Lecturer in Zoology at University College (Armstrong College), Newcastle-on-Tyne
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election10/05/1928
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1968 vol 14 pp 243-270, plate, by A D Peacock
Royal Society codeNA1836
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
NLB/54/814Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Secretary of the Research Department9 October 1917
RR/43/115Referee's report by John William Heslop-Harrison, on a paper 'The chromosome constitution of the pomoideæ' by A A MoffettMay 1931
RR/35/106Referee's report by James Hartley Ashworth, on a paper 'Induced changes in the pigmentation of the pupœ of the butterfly Pieris napi L., and their inheritance' by John William Heslop Harrison25 November 1927
RR/34/2Referee's report by James Hartley Ashworth, on a paper 'Experiments on the egg-laying instincts of the sawfly, Pontania salicis Christ., and their bearing on the inheritance of acquired characters; with some remarks on a new principle in evolution' by John William Heslop-Harrison[December 1926]
RR/33/96Referee's report by Edward Meyrick, on a paper 'The induction of melanism in the lepidoptera and its subsequent inheritance' by John William Heslop Harrison and F C Garrett8 December 1925
RR/38/30Referee's report by John William Heslop-Harrison, on a paper 'Megaspore development in Oenothera rubricalyx, with a note on chromosome linkage in Oenothera angustissima' by Reginald Ruggles Gates and F M L SheffieldOctober 1929
RR/38/31Referee's report by John William Heslop-Harrison, on a paper 'Chromosome linkage in certain oenothera hybrids' by Reginald Ruggles Gates and F M L SheffieldJuly 1928
RR/41/32Referee's report by John William Heslop-Harrison, on a paper 'The inheritance of sinistrality in Limnaea peregra (Mollusca, Pulmonata)' by Arthur Edwin Boycott, C Diver, S L Garstang, and F M TurnerMay 1930
RR/35/105Referee's report by James Hartley Ashworth, on a paper 'A further induction of melanism in the lepidopterous Insect, Selenia biiunaria esp., and its inheritance' by John William Heslop Harrison25 November 1927
RR/43/36Referee's report by John William Heslop-Harrison, on a paper 'Meiosis in Oenothera purpurata and Oe. blandina' by Reginald Ruggles Gates and K. M. GoodwinJuly 1931
RR/43/72Referee's report by John William Heslop-Harrison, on a paper 'Embryo-sac formation in diploid and polyploid species of roseæ' by C C Hurst10 July 1931
RR/45/22Referee's report by John William Heslop-Harrison, on a paper 'Critical evidence of parasynapsis in Oenothera' by David Guthrie Catchesidend [July 1931]
RR/53/104Referee's report by Augustus Daniel Imms, on a paper 'The experimental induction of melanism, and other effects, in the geometrid moth Selenia bilunari esp' by John William Heslop-Harrison[November 1934]
RR/53/105Second referee's report by Augustus Daniel Imms, on a paper 'The experimental induction of melanism, and other effects, in the geometrid moth Selenia bilunari esp' by John William Heslop-Harrison[December 1934]
NLB/68/918Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Sidney Harmer, KBE, FRS30 November 1925
NLB/71/704Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Prof. [John William] Heslop Harrison, FRS9 October 1928
EC/1928/08Heslop Harrison, John William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MDA/C/6/2Papers relating to an award from the Darwin Research Fund to John William Heslop HarrisonFebruary-March 1935
NLB/69/1Copy letter from Henry Hallett Dale, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Sidney [Frederic] Harmer K.B.E. FRS10 December 1925
RR/53/103Referee's report by John Burdon Sanderson Haldane, on a paper 'The experimental induction of melanism, and other effects, in the geometrid moth Selenia bilunari esp' by John William Heslop-Harrison[June 1934]
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