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EVENING CLASSES 421 RACTICAL BOTANY OR PRACTICAL BIOLOGY VEGETABLE Professor Groves Day and Hours of attendance Monday to This course includes Vegetable Morphology Histology and Physiology as squired for the Intermediate Β Sc and Preliminary Sci Lond Pass Jxaminations The plants which will be studied are Yeast Mucor Penicillium Bacteria rotococcus Spirogyra Fucus Chara or Nitella Moss Fern Gymnosperm nd Angiosperms The methods of putting up temporary and permanent preparations for the nicroscope will be taught and sections ready cut will be given to each student books recommended Bower and Vine's 1'Practical Botany Macmillan and Co Shore's 4Practical Biology" Vegetable Churchill Fee for the Course £1 118 6d ATHEMATICS Tuesday Class Brooksmith Class II Larcher RACTICAL CH EMISTRY Johnson ΊΝΕ ART Professor Delamotte Classfrom to Instruction is given in Drawing from the Cast in Chalk and Sepia or Mono- rome Freehand from the Flat --Oil and Water-colour Painting --Drawing md Painting from the Life -Designing from Natural Forms Wednesday UHEMISTRY ELEMENTARY Johnson These lectures will be continuation of the course began in the Winter 3ession Lecture from to GREEK TESTAMENT Rev Twentyman ENGLISH History andGrammaticalStructure fitractand Precis Writing of the Language-Analysis ofL AKC Sentences-Composition Ab-l Thursday MECHANICS &c Tomllnson Outline of the Lectures Kinematics-Motion Measurement of Motion-Space described-Illustra- tions of uniformly accelerated Motion furnished by Bodies under the Action of Gravity Kinetics-Force Definitions and Principles-Newton's Laws of Motion- Energy Statics--Rest Definitions and Principles-Principle of the Parallelogram of Forces-Triangle of Forces-Mechanical Powers Hydromechanics-Mechanics of Fluids Definitions and Principles- Laws of Fluid Pressure-Hydromechanical Instruments
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