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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-294

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294 evening classes II Functions of the Reproductive Organs-Functions 01 the Calyx and Corolla-Fertilization-Hybridization-Ger- mination-Vitality of Seeds Fart III -Vegetable Substances usedfor the Food ofMan Preliminary Remarks on the Nature of Animal and Vege- table Food Nitrogenised Foods Cereal Grains as Wheat Oats Barley Rye Rice Maize &c Non-Nitrogenised Foods Starches or Feculas as Potato Cassava Tapioca Arrowroot Sago &c -Saccharine Substances Vegetable Substances used in the preparation of TJnfermented Beverages China Tea-Para- guay Tea-Coffee-Cocoa-Chocolate-Guarana &c -Their Preparation Nature and Effect On Condiments or Seasoning Agents Cinnamon- Nutmegs Mace -Peppers -Ginger- Turmeric-Mustard-Vanilla &c BOOK RECOMMENDED Bentley's Manual of Botany XX EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS Bay and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to The Course for 1863-4 will treat of the Properties of Bodies as affected by Pressure and Heat Preliminary Mechanical Ideas Measurement of Dis- tances Times and Masses Definition of Force of Work of Power Measurement of the Internal State of Body Compression and Pressure II The three Physical States-Gaseous Liquid and Solid Measurement of Pressure in Fluids the Barometer Law of Elasticity of Gases discovered by Boyle and Mariotte Effects of Pressure on Liquids and Solids
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