The Biochemical Journal, Volume 7

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Biochemical Society, 1913 - Biochemistry
Vols. 36-130 include Proceedings of the Biochemical Society for 1936-1972. These were superseded by the Society's Transactions in 1973.


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Page 666 - CAMBRIDGE MANUALS OF SCIENCE AND LITERATURE Published by the Cambridge University Press GENERAL EDITORS P. GILES, LittD. Master of Emmanuel College and AC SEWARD, MA, FRS Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge 70 VOLUMES NOW READY HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY Ancient Assyria.
Page 175 - On the relations of the phenols and their derivatives to proteins. A. contribution to our knowledge of the mechanism of disinfection.
Page 667 - An Historical Account of the Rise and Development of Presbyterianism in Scotland. By the Rt Hon. the. Lord Balfour of Burleigh, KT, GCMG 41 Methodism.
Page 435 - The expenses of this research were defrayed by a grant from the Government Grant Committee of the Royal Society. t " An Example of True Hermaphroditism in the Domestic Fowl,"
Page 147 - ... defrayed by a grant from the Government Grant Committee of the Royal Society.] REFERENCES.
Page 649 - University Lecturer in Chemistry and Physics in their application to Hygiene and Preventive Medicine, and Secretary to the State Medicine Syndicate...
Page 667 - FRS The Wanderings of Peoples. By Dr AC Haddon, FRS Prehistoric Man. By Dr WLH Duckworth. GEOLOGY Rocks and their Origins. By Prof. Grenville AJ Cole. The Work of Rain and Rivers. By TG Bonney, Sc.D. The Natural History of Coal. By Dr EA Newell Arber. The Natural History of Clay. By Alfred B. Searle. The Origin of Earthquakes. By C. Davison, Sc.D., FGS BOTANY Plant-Animals : a Study in Symbiosis.
Page 595 - We take this opportunity of expressing our thanks to the Government Grant Committee of the Royal Society for assistance in carrying out this work.
Page 647 - THE ECONOMICS OF EVERYDAY LIFE A FIRST BOOK OF ECONOMIC STUDY Part I. By TH PENSON, MA, Lecturer in Modern History and Economics at Pembroke College, Oxford.

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