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Kopec, Stefan, 1888-1941 (Polish biologist and insect endocrinologist)


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Institute Visitors' Book, 1924-1947

 File — Box: EUA-A-64, Box: data_value_missing_7e46d21a244709a02ea7647c681ffa7b, Box: data_value_missing_0972644b46c2528e8bdd11ac9657b219
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/5/3
Scope and Contents Green bound volume containing signatures, messages and photographs of the Institute's many visitors over the years. Signatures include: G.J van Oordt, Christian Wriedt, Edward N. Wentworth, L.J Cole, W.E Agar, Karl Madsen, Oscar Riddle, Ramon Blanco, James Anderson, L.C Dunn, C.C Little, B.P Wiesner, E.W Lindstrom, Stefan Kopec, Amal Chandra Chaudhuri, Allan C. Fraser, Ilya Ivanov, M.S Gutowska, I. Johansson, Raymond T. Parkhurst, E. Azarme, J. P Chu, S.S and Dorothea Munro, Hugo Merton, G....
Dates: 1924-1947

Page mounted with two photographs of Stefan Kopec, one with his daughter Maria, 1939

Identifier: Coll-1057/6/2/1
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The photographs consist mainly of photographs of Alan Greenwood, staff from the Institute of Animal Genetics and Poultry Research Centre, their relations and visitors, and various events and conferences. There are also a number of photographs showing the construction and opening of the Poultry Research Centre building at Kings Buildings and the sub-station at Easter Bush. There appears to be a combination of official photographs taken, for instance, for a publication, and more informal...
Dates: 1939

Reprints of journal articles and research papers by Alan Greenwood and others, 1927-1956

Identifier: Coll-1057/4/3
Scope and Contents Contains: 'On the Quantitative Relation of Comb Size and Gonadic Activity in the Fowl' by Alan Greenwood and F.A.E Crew, reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Session 1926-1927, Vol. XLVII, Part II, No. 14 (1927); 'An Experimental Study on the Effect of Thyroxin upon Sexual Differentiation in the Fowl', by Alan Greenwood and A.C Chaudhuri,...
Dates: 1927-1956