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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1957-1958-156

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GLASSES 157 ZOOLOGY Head of the Department Professor James Frederic Danielli Ph Sc Biol I-Ancillary Courses Courses are provided which are ancillary to main courses in Botany or Geology One-year Ancillary Zoology Z1-As and Α below II- Sc Special Students are required to take two ancillary subjects chosen from the list on page 146 The examination in one of these will be taken at the end of the first session and that in the other at the end of the second session First Session general introduction to Zoology -Lectures hrs A2-Practical Class hrs Second Session A3-Lectures Up to hrs week -Seminar One week A4-Practical Class 12 hrs week Third Session Students specialise in Physiology Parasitology Entomology Embryology Ecology or Genetics Particular emphasis is placed on Cell Physiology and on Parasitology A5-Lectures Up to hrs week -Seminar One week A6-Practical Class 18 hrs week III- Field Work Members of the staff conduct classes lasting for about week in the Easter or Summer vacation These deal both with marine and with terrestrial including fresh-water fauna All students are expected to avail themselves of the instruction given Occasional week-end expeditions are also arranged in term time IV-Postgraduate Work Students are accepted to undertake research leading to the degrees of Sc and Ph in various fields including Parasitology Entomology Embryology Behaviour Functional Morphology Physiology Cytology Cytochemistry Cell Physiology and Cancer
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