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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 29-61 Index

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)
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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 67, n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

...eries. WITH LITHOGRAPHIC PLATES AND TEXT-FIGURES /^/?/^^ OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. HUMPHREY MILFORD, LONDON, K.C.4. 1923 ^ PEINTEI) IN ENGLAND AT THE ... ...LFORD, LONDON, K.C.4. 1923 ^ PEINTEI) IN ENGLAND AT THE OXFOKD UNIVERSITY PRESS QH V.67 CO 1= ,2 5 CONTENTS CONTENTS OF No. 265, N.S., April, 1923. ... ...not only in producing the secondary enteron but in yielding mesoderm which presses outW'ards on each side separating ectoderm from endoderm. Fig. 3 (P... .... Acknowledgements are due to Mr. Chesterman, of the Anatomy Depart- ment, Oxford, for assistance in the preparation of the microphotographs. Obelia g...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 66, n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

...MILFORD, MIX I ORNEK, L0N1 i K L922 PRINTED JS ENGLAND AT THE OXFORD TXIVERSITY PRESS v. 66 Cob^ PAGE CONTENTS CONTENTS OF No. 261, N.S., March, 192... ... tor sending me the material desired by me. Professor E. S. Goodrich. F.R.S., of Oxford, kindly placed at my disposal some of his own material of Sacc... ...ined by me. The work was carried out in the Department of Comparative Anatomy at Oxford, under the general supervision of Professor E. S. Goodrich, to... ... the elongation of the loop, we find its two limbs getting more and more closely pressed together so as to form one compact lobe. A bend appears, at t... ...go- chaeta ", ibid., vol. 33, 1892. 4. " A Monograph of the Order Oligochaeta ', Oxford, 1895. 5. 'The Cambridge Natural History', vol. ii (Earthworms... ... that in Hydrobia sp. the cartilages are capable of movement upon each other, if pressed downwards. In Paludestrina, Vitrella, and Bythinella, this is...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 65, n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

...5. New Series. WITH LITHOGRAPHIC PLATES AND TEXT-FIGURES OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, HUMPHREY MILFORD, AMEN CORNER, LONDON, E.G. 4. 1921 VV.5' CONTENTS... ...ear contents of the sheaths of the chromosomes, expressed from them by the pressure of the cluni]). But it is difficult to ascertain the number formed... ...egarine almost as fast as it is laid down, so that in late stages the com- pressed ovum is relatively clear, while the parasite on the contrary is den... ...upplied to us by Mr. H. M. Carleton and Mr. J. S. Haldane of New C'ollege, Oxford, to whom our thanks are given. We used especially the Golgi apparatu... ...nthodrilus ", ibid.. vol. 31, 1890. 4. ' A Monograph of the Oligochaeta '. Oxford, 1895. 5. Benham, W. — " Studies on Earthworms ", ' Quart. Journ. Mi... ...nalogy, for which I am indebted to i\Ir. H. E. Eailvos, of Exeter College, Oxford, umj help illuminate the point. If one equivalent each of hydrochlor...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 64, n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... 'Quarterly Journal,' and in 1869 E. Ray Lankester, then a newly graduated B.A. of Oxford, joined his father in the editorship. The old series of the ... ...adily adhered to. Sir Ray's object was to attract the best work of rising men from Oxford, Cambridge, London, Edinburgh and other centres, and for thi... ...that vol. 23, the first to appear in medium octavo, contained 653 pages of letter- press and forty-thi-ee lithographic plates. By 1885 thenumber of co... ... land in vols.49 and 52. Also we must cite the work of R. Evans, of Jesus College, Oxford, on Spongilla, vols. 41, 42, and 44. ' QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF... ...veloped muscles are doubtless correlated, the pore serving to relieve the internal pressure set up when the walls of the body are powerfully contracte... ...tentacles had been torn off in the net, or as a consequence of the rapid change of pressure in the course of the ascent from deep Avater to the surfac...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 63, n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... Guinea. By Gilbert C. Bourne, M.A., D.Sc, F.R.S., Fellow of Merton College, Oxford, and Linaere Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. (With P... ...a. By Oilbert C Boiirnr, IVI.A., D.i!»r., F.K.I^., Fellow of Merton Colle^p, Oxford, and Lin.icre Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. With P... ...les, peristomial disc, and lips of the actinostome were so much crumpled and pressed together that I could not make out details as clearly as in the s... ... even if this 70 GILBERT C. BOURNE. canuot be admitted—I am not inclined to press it—there is much evidence that the Phellia, like many other Actinia... ...ele becomes invaginated so as to form a small thick-walled sac which becomes pressed against the hydrocele. This sac is the amniotic invagination, and... ...Anat.,' Bd. Ixxxix, Heft 1. 24. Jenkinson, J. W. — ' Yertebrate Embryology,' Oxford, 1913. 25. Kopsch, Fr. — " Die Darstellung des Binnennetzes in spi...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 61, n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... the organism, as one would expect if they were the product of a division, but lay pressed close together at the anterior end. They were each below th... ...ane. In the preparation represented in PI. 19, fio-. 12, these two curved arms are pressed outwards, so as to lie in the same plane as the other parts... ...he wound made by the ovipositor, and distinctly closed them upon it and apparently pressed the edges together ; finally it passed the palpi over the w... ...ll ever remain one of the most valuable benefits I have received during my stay at Oxford, and any small merit which might possiblybe attached to this...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 60, n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

...tylops and Stylopisation. By Geofkket Smith, AI.A., Fellow of New College, Oxford, and A. H. Hamm, Assistant in the Hope Department, Oxford. (With Pla... ...cimens. My especial thanks are due to Prof. Gr. C. Bourne, Merton College, Oxford, for his kindly help and advice on many points connected with this p... ...nimal. C. tulipa has one of the lightest and ' While this paper was in the press, a note appeared in ' The Nautilus,' vol xxvii, pt. 10, pp. 117-120, ... ... the apparatus was turned, Owing, however, to the inconstancy of the water-pressure they probably varied in the course of the experiments. The radius ... ...uced. The pharynx below. The ectoderm (epidermis) is thickened and pitted. pressed down and may meet below. The ganglia of viii and ix and x are prese... ...h. Ent.-Mech.,' xxix, 1910. Jenkinson, J. W. — ' Experimental Embryology,' Oxford, 1909. King, H. D. — • Observations and Experiments on Regeneration ... ...Yereen." (2), vii, 1902, pp. 124-198. (2) 'Vertebrate Embryology,' Oxford (Clarendon Press), 1913. *11. Jhering, H. Ton.— (1) " Uber die Fortpflanzung...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 48, n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

...o complete theirchainof ossicles (extra-colamella), while tlu' Mammalia have pressed into this service the con- stituents of the arch in front—namely,... ...steropods being the approximation of the pleurals to the cerebrals. The sup- pression of the right gill in the Trochidas is of little importance whenw... ...t the palps, which are capable of very great extension, are elongated by the pressure of fluid from the body-cavity into their cavity. When once the p... ...l.' 1902. Mann, G.—' Physiological Histology, Metliods and. Theory.' Oxford, Clarendon Press. 1903. Galvagni, E. — " Histologic des Genus Ctenodrilus,... ...arious kinds. The native A. pallipes of the Thames was formany years used at Oxford, batwithin the last twenty years it has become rare in the Thames ... ...so doing", and for important assistance as to the crustacean gill generally. Oxford, October, 1901. EXPLANATION OF PLATES 23 & 24, Illustrating Marger... ...or can our theories claim to be scientific in the fullest sense of the word. Oxford, March, 1904. List of Works referred to in the Text. Behrexs, G. —...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 13 n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... HANDBOUND AT THE UNINURSITY OF TORONIO PRESS Digitized by tine Internet Arciiive in 2009 with funding from Un... ...enometer . . 43 IS. Calculation of the Density of Air, or of a Gas, from its PressiKe and Temperature ..... 44 IV CONTENTS. PAGB 19. Determination of... ...od .... 50 „ Density of a Gas . . . . . 51 20. Determination of Atmosjiheric Pressure (height of Barometer) 51 21. Measurement of Heights by the Barom... ... examined, at Major Munn's request, by Mr. G. Gulliver, of Pembroke College, Oxford, the queen's sting was found to be curved, larger, and slightly bl...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 10 n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... HANDBOUND AT THE UM\ ERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS Digitized by tine Internet Archive in 2009 witii funding from Univ... ...i as are the more perfect in their operation. (/) Lastly, by abstention from pressing the powers of the objective beyond distinct vision, a canon univ... ...best objectives a residuary aberration, and some of it, when the glasses are pressed with too high an amplification by deep DD eye-pieces, Avill in so... ...y and care with which Dr. Rolleston carries on his teaching at the museum of Oxford, we feel that the less unselfish men of science owe a debt ofgrati... ... can. His book will extend his sphere of influence beyond 284 the limits of Oxford, and may we hope attract new pupils to his laboratories. This book...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 08 n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

...rved down against the mycelium-filament, whence it originates, with its apex pressed tOAvards it. The male organ of fructification consists of two fil... ...h, as long as they remain enclosed, have a polygonal shape from their mutual pressure, but, when freed, assume a globular form. 38 QUARTERLY CHRONICL... ...o there, investi- gated minutely the Annelida of the Bay, and has now in the press a Avork on these animals, which is to be illustrated by thirty-one ... ...-iS. Mecznikow, Elias, on the development of Sepiola, 42. Medical meeting at Oxford, 279. Microscope, the, by Jabez Hosg, F.L.S., Sec. R.M.S., 84. Mic...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 07 n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... passage on its cylindrical form in a manner analogous to that m winch equal pressure from all sides acts on a solid cylinder, rendering it hexagonal;... ...way and of agglomerated soap-bubbles are well-knowu instances of this law ot pressure. — Ed. TRANSLATION. On the Structure and Physiology of the Reti... ...the dusk or night to daylight. The question, conseqviently, arises, what im- pression communicated through the retina in the dusk is useless ? — by th... ... part of the tooth of Microp- teron Sowerbiensis, in the University Aluseum, Oxford, c. Cement ; ff, globular matter, with interglobular spaces ; d, d...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 06 n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

...y removing one of the ovules, and placing a piece of thin glass over it, and pressing the glass gradually with the handle of the knife, the nucleus ma... ...d at the margin of the " papillary structure," the micropyle, being open and pressing against the papillae, is speedily gained ; the tube now passes a... ...old the pollen-grain in perfect apposition, and to resist the etfects of the pressure exercised by the end of the pollen-tube upon the tissue of the s...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 05 n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... HANDBOUND AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2009 with funding from Univer... ...pairs are absent only in the first anterior segment, whilst one pair is sup- pressed throughout all the other segments excepting those very vascular a... ...sure after being once laid on, as many objects are liable to be distorted by pressure whilst the balsam is setting. As soon as a number of slides have... ...took part. Dr. Bolleston, the Professor of Physiology in the Univer- sity of Oxford, brought forward an admirable paper " On Certain Points in the Ana... ... 163. May 10th, 1865, 231. „ ,, Museum of, catalogue of objects in the, 134. Oxford, 71. ,, „ Aberdeen, 171. Club, Dubhn, 164. ,, „ 16th March, 1865, ...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 03 n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... of the date 1736 (that of the work in which it occurs), we find, " In the press, and next February Avili be published, in two volumes, 'The Young Tri... ... on Ckaning and Preparing Diatoms. first breathing on the latter, and then pressing the cover down upon it \nth a needle-point. The bottle containing ... ... forms on it, as above described, is quickly placed upon it, and its edges pressed with a needle-point, so that they adhere to the asphalt at every pa...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 02 n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... 1 1 Iff/}. ( It i^ =# mm 'Mil mp'' HANDBOUND AT THE UM\ERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2009 with funding from Universi... ...d is a lever (f) ; this of itself hangs free, but when held at the end and pressed sideways, either nearer or further from the pillar, it obtains a gr... ... time ; but any of the others can be brought into their proper position by pressing in the roimded head of a pin, (b), when either of the discs, (c), ...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 01 n. s.

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)

... HANDBOLND AT THE CMNERSITV OF TORONTO PRESS Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2009 with funding from Univer... ...ument, which I have called the stage, by a spring which is therefore made to press on the back of the slide. On the other side of the stage the little... ... glass being up- wards towards the object-glass, while the spring is made to press upon the U7ider surface of the slide. The little screw is removed. ...

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Quarterly journal of microscopical science; Volume: 6

By: Company of Biologists; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain). Transactions. New Ser., v. 1-16, 1853-68; Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain)
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Life of Johnson, Including Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides and Johnson's Diary of a Journey into North Wales. Edited by George Birkbeck Hill

By: Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784; Hill, George Birkbeck Norman, 1835-1903
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