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Authorised form of nameDarlington; Cyril Dean (1903 - 1981)
Dates1903 - 1981
NationalityBritish
Place of birthChorley, England
Date of birth19/12/1903
Place of deathOxford
Date of death26/03/1981
Research fieldCytogenetics; evolution
ActivityResearch Field:
Cytogenetics, evolution
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election20/03/1941
Age at election37
Royal Society activityMedals and prizes:
Royal Medal 1946
Lectures:
Tercentenary 1960
SourcesSources:
DSB vol 17 pp 203-209
AssocMaterial:
CSAC 106/3/85. Papers deposited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1983 vol 29 pp 113-157, plate, by D Lewis
Royal Society codeNA5896
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/GA/WS/3093Darlington, Cyril Deannd
RR/41/57Referee's report by Reginald Crundall Punnett, on a paper 'A cytological demonstration of "genetic" crossing-over' by Cyril Dean DarlingtonJuly 1930
RR/55/104Referee's report by Vernon Herbert Blackman, on a paper 'The internal mechanics of the chromosomes III—relational coiling and crossing-over in Fritillaria' by Cyril Dean DarlingtonMarch 1935
RR/55/102Referee's report by John Bretland Farmer, on a paper 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes. Parts I -V' by Cyril Dean DarlingtonOctober 1935
RR/55/103Referee's report by Vernon Herbert Blackman, on a paper 'The internal mechanics of the chromosomes I—The nuclear cycle in Fritillaria' by Cyril Dean DarlingtonMarch 1935
RR/55/105Referee's report by Vernon Herbert Blackman, on a paper 'The internal mechanics of the chromosomes II—Prophase pairing at meiosis in Fritillaria' by Cyril Dean Darlington26 March 1935
RR/59/43Second letter from Cyril Dean Darlington, to Mr Diamond, regarding five papers 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes I—The scope of enquiry', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes II-Meiosis in diploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes III-Meiosis in triploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes IV—Abnormal mitosis and meiosis' and 'The External mechanics of the chromosomes V—The balance theory of mitosis' by Cyril Dean Darlington21 September 1936
RR/59/41Referee's report by John Bretland Farmer, on five papers 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes I—The scope of enquiry', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes II-Meiosis in diploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes III-Meiosis in triploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes IV—Abnormal mitosis and meiosis' and 'The External mechanics of the chromosomes V—The balance theory of mitosis' by Cyril Dean Darlington[July 1936]
RR/71/264Referee's report by Cyril Dean Darlington, on a paper 'The mechanics of crossing-over' by K V Srinath1948
RR/68/40Referee's report by Reginald Crundall Punnett, on a paper 'Morbid mitosis and the activity of inert chromosomes in Sorghum' by Cyril Dean Darlington and P T Thomas22 May 1941
IM/GA/WRS/8361Darlington, Cyril Deannd
MDA/C/6/4Papers relating to an award from the Darwin Research Fund to Sir Arthur Hill, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew1939-1940
RR/55/101Referee's report by Reginald Ruggles Gates, on a paper 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes. Parts I -V' by Cyril Dean DarlingtonOctober 1935
RR/59/46Referee's reports combined remarks, on five papers 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes I—The scope of enquiry', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes II-Meiosis in diploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes III-Meiosis in triploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes IV—Abnormal mitosis and meiosis' and 'The External mechanics of the chromosomes V—The balance theory of mitosis' by Cyril Dean Darlington[1936]
EC/1941/04Darlington, Cyril Dean: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/59/39Referee's report by Reginald Ruggles Gates, on five papers 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes I—The scope of enquiry', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes II-Meiosis in diploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes III-Meiosis in triploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes IV—Abnormal mitosis and meiosis' and 'The External mechanics of the chromosomes V—The balance theory of mitosis' by Cyril Dean Darlington[July 1936]
RR/59/42Third referee's report by Reginald Ruggles Gates, on five papers 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes I—The scope of enquiry', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes II-Meiosis in diploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes III-Meiosis in triploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes IV—Abnormal mitosis and meiosis' and 'The External mechanics of the chromosomes V—The balance theory of mitosis' by Cyril Dean Darlington6 October 1936
RR/59/40Second referee's report by Reginald Ruggles Gates, on five papers 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes I—The scope of enquiry', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes II-Meiosis in diploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes III-Meiosis in triploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes IV—Abnormal mitosis and meiosis' and 'The External mechanics of the chromosomes V—The balance theory of mitosis' by Cyril Dean Darlington[July 1936]
RR/59/44Response to the author, by Reginald Ruggles Gates, regarding five papers 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes I—The scope of enquiry', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes II-Meiosis in diploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes III-Meiosis in triploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes IV—Abnormal mitosis and meiosis' and 'The External mechanics of the chromosomes V—The balance theory of mitosis' by Cyril Dean Darlington10 August 1936
RR/59/45Letter from Cyril Dean Darlington, regarding five papers 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes I—The scope of enquiry', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes II-Meiosis in diploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes III-Meiosis in triploids', 'The external mechanics of the chromosomes IV—Abnormal mitosis and meiosis' and 'The External mechanics of the chromosomes V—The balance theory of mitosis' by Cyril Dean Darlington4 August 1936
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