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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-157

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DEPARTMENT OP SCIENCE 153 -Geology Alternate Saturdays from 11 30 to 12 30 Tuesdays from to This Course is given in order to instruct the Students in the principles of Geology In the Michaelmas Term the Lectures will have reference to the Palaeozoic Strata and their fossils in the Lent Term to the Mesozoic series and in the Easter Term to the Tertiary rocks and to the stone bronze and iron ages The Course will be illustrated by large collection of diagrams and specimens and will be practical in its character -Mineralogy Alternate Saturdays from 10 20 to 11 20 These Lectures will treat of the optical and chemical properties of minerals as well as of their form hardness weight lustre structure and composition The Course will include instruction in the use of the blow- pipe will be illustrated by very extensive collection of rocks and minerals and will be of practical character -Physiology For the Syllabus of this course see Medical Department pp 243-245 10 11 -Botany and Practical Biology In these Lectures the organisation of Plants is demonstrated their physiology explained and the different modes of classi- fication described The subjects treated of are illustrated by fresh and dried specimens of Plants and by large collection of Drawings and Diagrams The Pupils have free admission to the Royal Botanic Society's Gardens in the Regent's Park and have thus every
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