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Authorised form of nameCatcheside; David Guthrie (1907 - 1994)
SurnameCatcheside
ForenamesDavid Guthrie
Dates1907 - 1994
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
31 May 1907
Death:
01 June 1994
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
15/03/1951
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1995 vol 41 pp 117-134, plate, by J R S Fincham and B John
Royal Society codeNA2079
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
GLB/45/40D G Catcheside, Australian National University to Brown1 December 1969
GLB/45/41Secretary to D G Catcheside, Australian National University22 January 1970
GLB/45/39D G Catcheside, Chairman, Sectional Committee 6, Australian Academy of Sciences, Australian National University to Brown13 November 1969
IM/000755Catcheside, David Guthriend
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/67/52Letter from unknown, on a paper 'Structural analysis of Oenothera complexes' by David Guthrie Catcheside to Winckworth20 April 1940
RR/67/50Referee's report by Reginald Ruggles Gates, on a paper 'Structural analysis of Oenothera complexes' by David Guthrie CatchesideFebruary 1940
IM/000758Catcheside, David Guthriend
IM/000757Catcheside, David Guthriend
IM/000756Catcheside, David Guthriend
RR/67/51Letter from Reginald Ruggles Gates, on a paper 'Structural analysis of Oenothera complexes' by David Guthrie Catcheside to J D Griffiths Davies, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society18 April 1940
GLB/45/42D G Catcheside, Australian National University to J Watson, College Secretary30 January 1970
EC/1951/03Catcheside, David Guthrie: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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