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Authorised form of nameBarry; Martin (1802 - 1855)
SurnameBarry
ForenamesMartin
Dates1802 - 1855
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Fratton, Hampshire, England (28 March 1802)
Death:
Beccles, Suffolk (27 April 1855)
ActivityProfession:
Physician
Research Field:
Embryology, histology
Education:
MD
Memberships:
FRCPE; FRSE
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
13/02/1840
Medals/Prizes:
Royal Medal 1839
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1854-1855 vol 7 pp 577-582
Royal Society codeNA6989
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/26/1Note regarding the "Observations" of Thomas Wharton Jones "On the Blood Corpuscles"May 1843
MM/10/161'Memorandum addresed to the Royal Society', by Martin BarryNovember 1840
AP/34/3On the Penetration of Spermatazoa into the Interior of the Ovum; a Note, showing this to have been recorded as an Established Fact in the Philosophical Transactions for 18431853
AP/34/1On Animal and Vegetable Fibre as originally composed of Twin Spiral Filaments, in which every other Structure has its Origin. A Note, showing the Confirmation by Agandh, in 1852, of Observations recorded in the Philosophical Transactions for 18421853
RR/1/10Referee's report by Robert Bentley Todd, on a paper 'Researches in embryology - Second series' by Martin Barry11 June 1839
RR/1/9Referee's report by Richard Owen, on a paper 'Researches in embryology - Second series' by Martin Barry13 June 1839
RR/1/11Referee's report by John Bostock, on a paper 'On the chorda dorsalis' by Martin Barry15 March 1841
RR/1/14Referee's report by Richard Owen, on a paper 'On fibre' by Martin Barry 4 April 1842
RR/2/15Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'Researches on embryology; a note supplementary to papers published in the Philosophical Transactions for 1838, 39 & 40' by Martin Barry23 June 1853
RR/2/16Referee's report by George Newport, on a paper 'On the penetration of spermatozoa into the interior of the ovum; a note showing this to have been recorded as an established fact in the Philosophical Transactions for 1843' by Martin Barry27 April 1853
RR/1/12Letter from Thomas Bell, on two papers 'On the chorda dorsalis' and 'On the corpuscles of the blood - Part II' by Martin Barry 15 March 1841
RR/1/15Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On fissiparous generation' by Martin Barry 22 May 1843
RR/1/13Referee's report by Richard Owen, on two papers 'On the chorda dorsalis' and 'On the blood porpuscules Parts II & III' by Martin Barry 12 July 1841
RR/2/17Referee's report by George Newport, on a paper 'On animal and vegetable fibre, as originally composed of twin spiral filaments in which every other structure has its origin' by Martin Barry28 April 1853
RR/2/18Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On animal and vegetable fibre, as originally composed of twin spiral filaments in which every other structure has its origin' by Martin Barry10 May 1853
MS/426/274Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr Martin Barry13 April 1847
EC/1840/07Barry, Martin: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/34/2Researches in Embryology; a Note, supplementary to Papers published in the Philosophical Transactions for 1838, 1839 and 1840, showing the Confirmation of the principal Facts therein recorded, and pointing out a Correspondence between certain Structures connected with the Mammiferous Ovum and other Ova1853
RR/2/19Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On the penetration of spermatozoa into the interior of the ovum; a note showing this to have been recorded as an established fact in the Philosophical Transactions for 1843' by Martin Barry10 May 1853
MS/426/283Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Martin Barry M D 25 September 1847
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