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Authorised form of namePreston; Reginald Dawson (1908 - 2000)
SurnamePreston
ForenamesReginald Dawson
Dates1908 - 2000
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
21 July 1908
Death:
03 May 2000
ActivityCareer:
Emeritus Professor of Plant Biophysics, University of Leeds
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
18/03/1954
SourcesSources:
Death date from Mrs Preston
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2005 vol 51 pp 347-353, plate, by David Cushing FRS
Royal Society codeNA4674
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RR/54/90Second referee's report by George Paget Thomson, on a paper 'The organization of the cell wall of the conifer tracheid' by Reginald Dawson PrestonApril 1934
RR/54/91Referee's report by Frederick Ernest Weiss, on a paper 'The organization of the cell wall of the conifer tracheid' by Reginald Dawson PrestonMarch 1934
RR/60/49Referee's report by George Edward Briggs, on a paper 'The structure of the wall of the green alga Valonia ventricosa' by Reginald Dawson Preston and William Thomas AstburyNovember 1936
RR/65/214Referee's report by John Desmond Bernal, on a paper 'The structure of the walls of parenchyma in avena coleoptiles' by Reginald Dawson PrestonMarch 1938
RR/65/213Referee's report by Felix Eugen Fritsch, on a paper 'The structure of the walls of parenchyma in avena coleoptiles' by Reginald Dawson Preston10 March 1938
RR/69/249Referee's report by George Edward Briggs, on a paper 'The fine structure of the wall of the conifer tracheid I. The X-ray diagram of conifer wood' by Reginald Dawson Preston 1945
RR/67/270Referee's report by William Thomas Astbury, on a paper 'The fine structure of phloem fibres I. Untreated and swollen hemp' by B C Kundu and Reginald Dawson PrestonOctober 1939
RR/68/104Letter from William Henry Bragg, to Winckworth, regarding a paper 'The fine structure of collenchyma cells in Heracleum Sphondylium L' by G P Majumdar and Reginald Dawson Preston17 June 1941
RR/67/341Referee's report by William Thomas Astbury, on a paper 'The fine structure of phloem fibres II, Untreated and swollen jute' by Reginald Dawson Preston1940
RR/67/271Second referee's report by William Thomas Astbury, on a paper 'The fine structure of phloem fibres I. Untreated and swollen hemp' by B C Kundu and Reginald Dawson Preston25 June 1940
RR/68/105Referee's report by Felix Eugen Fritsch, on a paper 'The fine structure of collenchyma cells in Heracleum Sphondylium L' by G P Majumdar and Reginald Dawson Preston[1941]
RR/69/246Referee's report by George Edward Briggs, on a paper 'The fine structure of the wall of the conifer tracheid. II. Optical properties of dissected walls in Pinus insignis' by Reginald Dawson Preston1946
RR/69/248Letter from George Edward Briggs, on a paper 'The fine structure of the wall of the conifer tracheid I. The X-ray diagram of conifer wood' by Reginald Dawson Preston to unknown recipient4 September 1945
RR/69/247Memorandum from J D Griffith Davies, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, on a paper 'The fine structure of the wall of the conifer tracheid I. The X-ray diagram of conifer wood' by Reginald Dawson Preston to Ernest John Maskell27 August 1945
RR/54/89Referee's report by George Paget Thomson, on a paper 'The organization of the cell wall of the conifer tracheid' by Reginald Dawson PrestonFebruary 1934
EC/1954/17Preston, Reginald Dawson: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/003653Preston, Reginald DawsonNovember 1984
IM/GA/WS/4635Preston, Reginald Dawsonnd
RR/67/5Referee's report by Felix Eugen Fritsch, on a paper 'The structure of the cell wall in some species of the filamentous green alga Cladophora' by William Thomas Astbury and Reginald Dawson PrestonMarch 1940
RR/67/6Letter from Felix Eugen Fritsch, on a paper 'The structure of the cell wall in some species of the filamentous green alga Cladophora' by William Thomas Astbury and Reginald Dawson Preston to J D Griffith Davies, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society5 April 1940
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