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Sectional Committee: Zoology

Recommended for publication in the 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society'. The paper forms a sequel to the 'classical paper' by John Marshall of 1864.

[Published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 1934]

Endorsed on verso as received 29 July 1933.

Reference number
RR/51/62
Earliest possible date
July 1933
Physical description
Standardised form (type D)
Page extent
2 pages
Format
Manuscript

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James Thomas Wilson

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James Thomas Wilson, Referee's report by James Thomas Wilson, on a paper 'The primitive features of the cerebrum, with special reference to the brain of the bushwoman described by Marshall' by Joseph L Shellshear, July 1933, RR/51/62, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_51_62/referees-report-by-james-thomas-wilson-on-a-paper-the-primitive-features-of-the-cerebrum-with-special-reference-to-the-brain-of-the-bushwoman-described-by-marshall-by-joseph-l-shellshear, accessed on 15 June 2024

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