Authorised form of nameLister; Joseph Jackson (1786 - 1869)
Dates1786 - 1869
Place of birthLondon, England
Date of birth11 January 1786
Place of deathWest Ham, Essex
Date of death24 October 1869
Research fieldOptics
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election02/02/1832
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; DSB
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA7537
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RR/6/127Referee's report by Allen Thomson and Joseph Jackson Lister, on a paper 'On the development of striated muscular fibre' by Wilson Fox15 January 1866
PT/74/1/8Drawings, Tubularia indivisa by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1833]
MM/10/165Minutes of the Microscope Committeec.1843
PT/74/1/19Drawings, ascidiae by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1835]
PT/74/1/18Drawings, ascidia by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1835]
PT/74/1/12Drawings, growing sprout of Campanularia dichotoma by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1833]
PT/74/1/13Drawings, branch and sprout of Campanularia dichotoma by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1833]
PT/74/1/15Drawings, ovaries of Campanularia dichotoma by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1833]
PT/74/1/17Drawings, Campanularia dichotoma and Coryne by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1835]
PT/74/1/20Drawings, tubular and cellular zoophytes by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1835]
PT/74/1/16Drawings, release of ova from Campanularia dichotoma by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1835]
PT/74/1/10Drawings, stem and sprout of Campanularia dichotoma by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1833]
PT/74/1/14Drawings, simple Campanularia by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1833]
PT/74/1/11Drawing, stem of Campanularia dichotoma by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1833]
RR/1/151Letter from Joseph Jackson Lister, on his unnamed paper to the Secretary of the Royal Society24 March 1830
RR/1/152Referee's report by John Pond, on an unnamed paper by Joseph Jackson Lister11 March 1830
PT/74/1/9Drawings, tubular hydroids by [Joseph Jackson Lister][1833]
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