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Arthur Gordon Lyne Index: University of Tasmania Collection


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University of Tasmania, (2014) Arthur Gordon Lyne Index: University of Tasmania Collection. University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania. (Unpublished)

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Arthur Gordon Lyne (1919-1991), graduated BSc at the University of Tasmania in 1950, PhD in 1958 and DSc in 1974. His speciality was the study of skin and hair growth. After a short period of study at Cambridge University, he was research zoologist at the University of Tasmania 1952-1953 and then joined the CSIRO in NSW. Includes his three original degree diplomas (1950-1974), offprints of his publications (1951-1964), and reviews of his "Biology of Skin and Hair Growth symposium papers" (1965).

From University Collection UT532. See also for two of his original degree diplomas from the University of Tasmania: Bachelor of Science awarded May, 1951, and Doctor of Philosophy awarded May, 1958 (UT532/1,2).

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Keywords: University of Tasmania Special and Rare Collections, University of Tasmania, Arthur Gordon Lyne, science, research, skin, hair, dermatology, Cambridge, zoologist, CSIRO, Australasian College of Dermatologists, biology, symposium papers, thesis, vibrissae, pelage hairs, marsupialia, papers, publications reviews, Index, Tasmania, UTAS,
Publisher: University of Tasmania
Collections: University of Tasmania > University of Tasmania Special Collections
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Date Deposited: 01 Sep 2014 23:04
Last Modified: 15 Sep 2017 01:22
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