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Not recommended for publication in the 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society'. Refers to work by John Forbes Watson. The last table is 'worthless' and should not be published. The first part of the paper is more accurate, but too limited in scope to be of value.

Subject: Physiology

[Published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 1863]

Reference number
RR/5/21
Earliest possible date
03 April 1863
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
4 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Henry Bence Jones

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Henry Bence Jones, Referee's report by Henry Bence Jones, on a paper 'On the effect of temperature on the secretion of urea as observed on a voyage to China, and at Hong Kong' by Emil Becher, 03 April 1863, RR/5/21, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_5_21/referees-report-by-henry-bence-jones-on-a-paper-on-the-effect-of-temperature-on-the-secretion-of-urea-as-observed-on-a-voyage-to-china-and-at-hong-kong-by-emil-becher, accessed on 21 April 2024

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