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Ι ΛΙί Γ ΜΚΝΤ FUU LAD IKS animal organisms the elementary tissues and reparations of the organs of higher animals Instruction will be given in the use of the microscope and in the various methods employed in staining section-cutting and mounting micro- scopic objects The class will consist of eight demonstrations and practical lessons י It is advisable that students should bring their own microscopes Text Books Foster and Shore 11 Physiology for Beginners י Kirke "Handbook of Physiologyed 1892 Students takiug the course of Animal Biology are strongly advised to attend this course also animal 1310100 PEYTON Τ BE ALE Demonstrator of Histology and Lecturer on Biology in King College London Assistant Surgeon to King's College Hospital This course will extend over the Michaelmas Lent and Easter Terms Monday 11-1 Facilities will be given for students to work in the labora- torv at least live hours week Elements of General Morphology and Physiology Structure and life-history of Amceba and Vorikclla Structure and life-history of Hydra Structure and life-history of Liunbricus Structure and life-history of Astacus Structure and life-history of Anodon Morphology and Physiology of the Vcrtcbrata as i11 us- trated by the structure and life-history of Amphioxus Scyllium Rana and Lcpus with special reference to their tegumentary and skeletal systems and to the anatomy of their digestive circulatory respiratory excretory nervous and reproductive organs The organs of special sense Subjects proscribed for the London Intermediate Science Examination 16'jT
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