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Sectional committee: Physiology

Recommended for publication in Proceedings. The results are an important contribution to the subject. It could be made shorter and some small modifications could be made.

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 1940].

Endorsed on verso as received 10 April 1940.

Reference number
RR/67/226
Earliest possible date
April 1940
Physical description
Standardised form (type E)
Page extent
2 pages
Format
Manuscript

Creator name

Robert Robinson

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Robert Robinson, Referee's report by Robert Robinson, on a paper 'The reversible formation of starch from glucose-1- phosphate catalysed by potato phosphorylase' by Charles Samuel Hanes, April 1940, RR/67/226, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_67_226/referees-report-by-robert-robinson-on-a-paper-the-reversible-formation-of-starch-from-glucose-1-phosphate-catalysed-by-potato-phosphorylase-by-charles-samuel-hanes, accessed on 16 April 2024

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