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Physiology and Pathology of Animal Reproduction

Nature volume 162, page 138 (24 July 1948) | Download Citation



AT the final meeting on June 30 of the first International Congress of the Physiology and Pathology of Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, which was held in Milan under the auspices of the University and of the Spallanzani Institute, a permanent committee was set up to organise within three years from now another congress on the subject. This committee is constituted as follows : J. Anderson (Kenya), Prof. T. Bonadonna (Italy), Prof. E. Garcia Mata (Argentina), Prof. R. M. C. Gunn (Australia), Dr. J. Hammond (Great Britain), Prof. N. Lagerlof (Sweden), Prof. G. Lesbouyries (France), Prof. B. B. Morgan (United States), Prof. E. Sorensen (Denmark). Prof. N. Lagerlof has been elected president and Dr. Hammond and Prof. Sorensen vice-presidents. Prof. T. Bonadonna, of Milan, secretary general of the first Congress, has been appointed secretary of the committee.

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