Reference numberCMB/281/48
TitleNotes on papers passed for publication in the Proceedings
DescriptionG M Jones and K E Spells, 'A theoretical and comparative study of the functional dependence of the semicircular canal upon its physical dimensions'.

R M Gaze and M Jacobson, 'A study of the retinotectal projection during regeneration of the optic nerve in the frog'.

M H Smith and D L Lee, 'Metabolism of haemoglobin and haematin compounds in Ascaris lumbricoides'.

N Allen and J G Nicholls, 'A study of the effect of the x-rays on the elecrical properties of mammalian nerve and muscle'.

A Ballio, H Bertholdt, A Carilli, E B Chain FRS, V Di Virrorio, A Tonolo and Lydia Vero-Barcellona, 'Studies on ferroverdin, a green iron containing pigment produced by a Streptomyces Wak. species'.

K R Rees and Valerie L Shotlander, 'Fat accumulation in acute liver injury'.

J S Alexandrowicz, 'A pulsating ganglion in the Octopoda'.

A C R Dean, 'Nucleic acid and protein content during the growth cycle of Pseudomonas flourescens, Methanomonas methanica'.

J E French, M A Jennings, J C F Poole, D S Robinson and Sir Howard Florey FRS, 'Intimal changes in the arteries of ageing swine'.
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Fellows associated with this archive
NA2255Chain; Sir; Ernst Boris (1906 - 1979); biochemist1906 - 1979
NA8056Florey; Howard Walter (1898 - 1968); Baron Florey of Adelaide and Marston; pathologist and bacteriologist1898 - 1968
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