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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-345

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1 Annual Report First Degrees Sc Special 2nd Class Honours Upper Division 2nd Class Honours Lower Division rd Class Honours Sc Pass Higher Degrees Ph Bucknall 'Some aspects of nucleic acid metabolism in relation to growth of Pisum sativum Ph Mrs Ware nee Williams Biochemistry and physio- logy of cell wall formation Departmental Notes Dr Sutcliffe lectured to groups of biologists at University Col- lege London the University College of South Wales Cardiff the University of Keele Watford Technical College and Ilford County High School He gave paper and conducted seminar at meeting of the Society for Experimental Biology in Oxford During the second year of his leave in the United States Dr ╬ť Wilkins lectured at Yale and Harvard Universities the University of California California Institute of Technology and the United States De- partment for Agriculture Laboratories at Beltsville He presented paper at the American Institute of Biological Sciences meeting at Amherst Dr Barton presented paper at meeting of the Society for Ex- perimental Biology in Exeter Mr Gahan lectured on 'The chemistry of chromosomes' to the Queckett Microscopical Club and presented papers at meetings of the Biochemical Society Genetical Society and the Society for Experi- mental Biology He conducted the fifth interdepartmental seminar in Biological Sciences at King's College He lectured on 'Respiratory differences between normal proliferating and malignant cells' at the first International Symposium of Histochemistry at Warsaw Mr Streeter lectured at conference on Teaching Methods in Field Biology arranged by the Nature Conservancy and the Council for Nature The Bright's cryostat purchased with grant from the Central Re- search Fund of the University of London has facilitated research on the localisation of water-soluble ions and compounds in plant tissues
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