GREGORY, Professor Frederick Gugenheim (1893-1961)

Scope and Content

Papers of Professor Frederick Gugenheim Gregory, [1918-1959], comprising notebooks, [1918-1957], with some correspondence, notably concerning nutrition of plants, assimilation, respiration, stomata, metabolism, plant growth, auxins; pencil and watercolour botanical drawings; citation for the award of the Royal medal, 1957; printed papers, 1921-1957; Journal of Experimental Botany, 1957; correspondence.

Administrative / Biographical History

Born, London, 1893; educated at Dame Alice Owen's School; Royal College of Science (Imperial College), 1912-1915; conducted research at Institute of Plant Physiology; Horticultural Research Station, Cheshunt; Rothamsted Experimental Station; member of staff, Imperial College, 1932; Professor of Plant Physiology, Imperial College, 1937-1958; elected Fellow of the Royal Society, 1940; Royal medal of the Royal Society, 1957; Emeritus Professor, 1959-1961; died, 1961. Publications: scientific papers in botanical journals.

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Custodial History

Accumulated by Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine during the course of business.

Related Material

Records of the Departments of Botany, Pure and Applied Biology (KB) and the Gregory bequest (GP), held at Imperial College.