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Sectional committee: [Botany]

The paper contains material of sufficient interest and importance to be accepted, but not for publication in Philosophical Transactions. The figures are needed but he does not regard the colouring as essential. Provides a series of criticisms with reference to particular pages of the manuscript, including where statements are given without supporting evidence. Highlights the new points given in the paper but notes these are not new in principle, only as regards this kind of bacterium.

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society, 1900].

Reference number
RR/15/102
Earliest possible date
06 November 1900
Physical description
Report on paper
Page extent
8 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Harry Marshall Ward

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Harry Marshall Ward, Referee's report by Harry Marshall Ward, on a paper 'On a bacterial disease in turnips' by M G Potter, 06 November 1900, RR/15/102, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_15_102/referees-report-by-harry-marshall-ward-on-a-paper-on-a-bacterial-disease-in-turnips-by-m-g-potter, accessed on 16 July 2024

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