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Authorised form of nameGmelin; Philip Friedrich (1721 - 1768)
Other forms of namePhilip Frederick
Dates1721 - 1768
Date of birth19 August 1721
Date of death09 May 1768
Dates and placesBitrh:
19 August 1721
Death:
09 May 1768
ActivityEducation:
MD
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election16/02/1758
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Authority:
AltName from citation
Royal Society codeNA8361
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1757/18Gmelin, Philip Friedrich: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/1/396Letter, 'On ipecacuanha' from Phillip Friedrich Gmelin to Martin Folkes1745
L&P/1/391Letter, 'De Radice ipecacuanhae' from Phillip Friedrich Gmelin to Martin Folkes1745
L&P/4/256Paper, 'Observatio singularis botanica de Delphinis D. Consolidum et D. Elatum [Botanical observations of the delphiniums, D. Consolidum and D. Elatum]' by Philip Friedrich Gmelin1765
L&P/2/442Paper, 'An account of Philip Friedrich Gmelin's book 'Flora Sibirica'' by William Watson1753
L&P/4/229Paper, 'On two kinds of latkspur, Delphinium consolidum and D latum' by Philip Friedrich Gmelin22 November 1763
L&P/4/219Paper, 'Of the singular effect of a foetid spozem in hysterick melancholy' by Philip Friedrich Gmelin1764
EC/1757/19Gmelin, Philip Friedrich: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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