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Sectional Committee: Physiology

Communicated by John Hammond. The paper requires two referees, Alan Sterling Parkes has been suggested as one. John Charles Grant Ledingham suggests William Ewart Gye as second referee, and agrees to pass the paper if the reports are favourable.

[Published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society]

Endorsed on recto as received 13 March 1944.

Reference number
RR/68/439
Earliest possible date
10 March 1944
Physical description
Memoranda
Page extent
2 pages
Format
Typescript

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Memoranda, on a paper 'Mitotic activity in the adult female mouse, Mus musculus L. A study of its relation to the oestrous cycle in normal and abnormal conditions' by W S Bullough, 10 March 1944, RR/68/439, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_68_439/memoranda-on-a-paper-mitotic-activity-in-the-adult-female-mouse-mus-musculus-l-a-study-of-its-relation-to-the-oestrous-cycle-in-normal-and-abnormal-conditions-by-w-s-bullough, accessed on 22 May 2024

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