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Authorised form of nameBarber; Horace Newton (1914 - 1971)
SurnameBarber
ForenamesHorace Newton
Dates1914 - 1971
Dates and placesBirth:
26 May 1914
Death:
17 April 1971
ActivityEducation:
MA (Cantab); Ph.D.( London)
Career:
Professor of Botany, University of Tasmania
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
21/03/1963
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1972 vol 18 pp 21-33, plate, by C D Darlington
Royal Society codeNA3193
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RR/67/13Referee's report by Reginald Ruggles Gates, on a paper 'The suppression of meiosis and the origin of diplochromosomes' by Horace Newton BarberSeptember 1939
RR/67/14Second referee's report by Reginald Ruggles Gates, on a paper 'The suppression of meiosis and the origin of diplochromosomes' by Horace Newton BarberOctober 1939
RR/68/214Letter from David Keilin, to John David Griffith Davies, regarding a paper 'The effects of cold and colchicine on mitosis in the newt' by Horace Newton Barber and Harold Garnet Callan27 June 1942
RR/68/212Referee's report by James Gray, on a paper 'The effects of cold and colchicine on mitosis in the newt' by Horace Newton Barber and Harold Garnet Callannd [1942]
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/68/215Second letter from David Keilin, to John David Griffith Davies, regarding a paper 'The effects of cold and colchicine on mitosis in the newt' by Horace Newton Barber and Harold Garnet Callan21 July 1942
IM/GA/WRS/9653Barber, Horace NewtonJuly 1967
EC/1963/03Barber, Horace Newton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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