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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-404

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400 EVENING CLASSES will be specially considered and the animals forming the subject of investigation will be those included in the Univer- sity Syllabus viz -Amoeba Vorticella Earth-worm Fresh- water Mussel Crayfish Amphioxus Dog-fish Frog and Rabbit The Course commences in October and is continued until July During the winter from to lecture-demonstration will be given and from to the Students will personally dissect and examine the above animals In the summer session from 30 to 30 the time will be devoted to the consideration of the Histology Physiology and Embryology of these types and the class will be more generally tutorial The course throughout will be illustrated by Museum Specimens Dissections and Microscopic Prepara- tions The fee inclusive of animals for dissection Winter Course Summer Course Ā£5 Or both Courses if paid in advance Candidates are strongly recommended to enter for the complete course as it is impossible to include in the one winter session all of the work required for these examinations BOOKS RECOMMENDED Comparative Anatomy and Physiology by Bell Cassell and Co Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates by Wiedersheim Macmillan and Co The Frog by Milnes Marshall Practical Zoology by Milnes Marshall and Hurst Smith Elder and Co Animal Biology by Lloyd Morgan Elementary Physiology Huxley 10 DIVINITY Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday evening from to The subject for the next Session will be the Prophetical Books of the Old Testament
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