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Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Illustration of a flag with an image of a rabbit with the phrase, 'The Male Rabbit the Saviour of Australia' surrounding it commenting on the rabbit pest in Australia in the early 20th century.
Scope and Contents Cartoon illustration commenting on the Pastures Protection Boards, New South Wales and their position on the rabbit question in Australia in 1909 promoted by William Rodier.
Scope and Contents Title page annotated 'Lecture to British Association, 9/8/51, as sent to 'Scientific American' 3/9/51.' Also present is an abstract and two transparent sheets showing the 'corpora lutea ovulation points' of the left ovary of the rabbit and mouse.
Typescript titled 'Differences in the genetic and biochemical behaviour of spermatozoa from individual rabbit males' and related notes, 1956
Scope and Contents Title page annotated 'S.E.B Meeting 12/4/56.' Contains handwritten corrections.
Scope and Contents Title page annotated 'Lab. seminar. 7-12-54 and S.E.B Jan 1955.' Contains handwritten corrections.
Scope and Contents Title page annotated 'Soc. Stud. Fert. 1959. Lecture 15 min.' Contains handwritten corrections.
Scope and Contents Title page annotated 'Lecture to Royal Physical Society, Edinburgh, 12 March 1956.' Contains handwritten corrections.
Scope and Contents From the Series: Contains: reports on visits to other institutions, such as Cambridge University and the Royal Veterinary College, University of London; report on Beatty's attendance at various conferences and congresses, including correspondence with the Agricultural Research Council; progress reports on research carried out by Beatty's colleagues and students; notes relating...
Dates: 14 May 1956
Typescript titled 'The number of copora lutea and the number and size of blastocysts in superovulated rabbits', 1958
Scope and Contents Title page annotated 'Soc. Fert. Lecture Thur 29th May 58.' Contains handwritten annotations.