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Authorised form of nameButler; Sir; Edwin John (1874 - 1943)
SurnameButler
ForenamesEdwin John
Dates1874 - 1943
Dates and placesBirth:
Kilkee, County Clare, Ireland (13 August 1874)
Death:
London (04 April 1943)
ActivityCareer:
Director, Imperial Bureau of Mycology
Honours:
CIE 1921; CMG 1932; Kt 1939
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
6/05/1926
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB (Missing Persons)
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1942-1944 vol 4 pp 455-474, plate, by E W Mason
Royal Society codeNA701
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1926/10Butler, Sir Edwin John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/40/112Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'Studies of the growth of moulds. I' by R G Tomkins21 July 1929
RR/35/92Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'A quantitative study of the course of fungal invasion of the apple fruit, and its bearing on the nature of disease resistance.—Part II. The application of the statistical method to certain specific problems' by F G Gregory and A S HorneMay 1927
RR/37/60Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'Experiments on the physiology and genetics of the smut fungi. Cultural characters. Part I.—Their permanence and segregation' by Sydney DickinsonJuly 1928
RR/40/103Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'The morphology and cytology of Bacterium malvacearum, E. F. S' by R H StoughtonOctober 1929
RR/39/110Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'Crinkle “A,” an infectious disease of the potato' by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman3 December 1929
RR/35/90Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'A quantitative study of the course of fungal invasion of the apple fruit and its bearing on the nature of disease resistance.—Part I. A statistical method of studying fungal invasion' by F G Gregory and A S HorneMay 1927
RR/44/60Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'The analysis and synthesis of some disease of the mosaic type. The problem of carriers and auto-infection in the potato' by Redcliffe Nathan SalamanDecember 1931
RR/44/72Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'On the composite nature of certain potato virus diseases of the mosaic group as revealed by the use of plant indicators and selective methods of transmission' by Kenneth Manley SmithSeptember 1931
RR/47/135Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'The action of certain volatile substances and gases on the growth of mould fungi' by R G Tomkins16 May 1932
RR/52/35Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'Studies on a virus causing foliar necrosis of the potato' by Frederick Charles BawdenSeptember 1934
RR/58/50Referee's reprot by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'Observations on the parasitism and control of Armillaria mellea' by R LeachOctober 1936
RR/53/125Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'On the numerical distribution of micro-organisms in the atmosphere' by A S Horne20 November 1934
NLB/64/171Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Under Secretary of State; Colonial Office, S.W.l.16 February 1923
RR/39/111Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'Para-crinkle: a potato disease of the virus group' by Redcliffe Nathan Salaman and Richard H Le Pelley30 December 1929
NLB/69/408Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Edwin John] Butler C.I.E., Baron's Court, W.1429 March 1926
NLB/69/427Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to L.W Sharp Esq., Cornell University, Ithaca, [New York]13 April 1926
RR/49/157Referee's report by Edwin John Butler, on a paper 'Studies in the genera cytosporina, Phomopsis, and Diaporthe. VI. - On the conversion of one strain of Diaporthe perniciosa into another' by S N Das Gutpa8 August 1933
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