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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1927-1928-180

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180 FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCE A8 -Historical Geography The course has been arranged as follows lst Session Michaelmas Term Prof Newton and Mr Robinson 12-1 Three Introductory Lec- tures Mediterranean Lands Lent Term Mr Robinson 12-1 Mediterranean Lands Summer Term Mr Robinson 12-1 France 2nd Session Michaelmas Term Prof Seton-Watson 12-1 Central and East Europe Lent Term Mr Robinson 2-3 England Summer Term Prof Dodwell 12-1 Asia A13 -Economic Geography Th 30-6 30 School of Economics -Distribution of Man Time to be arranged School of Economics A10 and -Distribution of Plants and Animals Lectures 30-6 30 King's College A14 -Geomorphology Time to be arranged A15 -Meteorology Time to be arranged PHYSIOLOGY PRACTICAL PHYSIOLOGY AND HISTOLOGY Head of the Department Professor Robert John Stewart McDowall Sc Ch Edin The following courses of instruction will be given during the Session -General Course of Lectures Junior Tu and 12-1 Michaelmas and Lent Senior Advanced and 12-1 Michaelmas and Lent Th 12-1 Easter The junior course is designed to suit those beginning the subject and deals with the subject systematically Students may begin in October or January but preferably the former In the senior course the more difficult parts of the subject are dealt with and more time is spent on those aspects of the subject which are more closely allied to Medicine and Surgery The lectures are supplemented by small tutorial classes and by lecture demonstrations -Practical Physiology Junior and 11-12 Michaelmas Experimental Physi- ology Tu and 11-12 Lent Chemical Physiology Senior Tu 4-5 30 and 3-4 30 This course is divided into Experimental Physiology which is held during the Michaelmas Term and Chemical Physiology which is held in the Lent Term
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