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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-309

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EVENING CLASSES 307 Volcanoes Glaciers Earthquakes the Rise of Mountain Chains and the growth of Coral Islands &c will be explained In the Lent Term technical words bearing on the subject will be defined the theories of geological time and palseonto- logical evidence will be discussed and the lower forms of life represented by Fossils will be treated of Summer Session In the Easter Term the Classification of Fossils will be continued especially with reference to the higher forms of life and general summary will be given of the relation- ship between present and past organisms During the Course there will be several Field Lectures in the neighbourhood of London as well as an excursion of two or three days' duration to some locality of Geological interest at distance from London 26 COMPARATIVE ANATOMY AND ZOOLOGY Day and Hour of Attendance-Monday from to Tbe object of this Course is to give knowledge of the general structure of the Animal kingdom It is specially adapted to meet the requirements of candidates for the degrees of and Sc in the University of London review of the whole Animal Kingdom is taken during the Winter and Summer Sessions TheSubkingdoms Classes Orders &c of the Invertebrate and Vertebrata are defined and characterised The Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the different organs and structures of the body are discussed in detail Besides the collection and diagrams contained in the Museum of the College large series of fresh snecimens is employed to illustrate the lectures υ
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