Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, Volumes 1-28

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J. and A. Churchill, 1889 - Microscopy
 

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Page 47 - Notes on the Structure of Several Forms of Land Planarians, with a Description of Two New Genera and Several New Species, and a List of all Species at present known.
Page 29 - Hassall.— Adulterations Detected; or, Plain Instructions for the Discovery of Frauds in Food and Medicine.
Page 7 - On the Structure and Formation of the Sarcolemma of Striped Muscle, and of the exact relation of the nerves, vessels, and airtubes (in the case of insects) to the contractile tissue of Muscle.
Page 27 - AN ELEMENTARY TEXT-BOOK OF THE MICROSCOPE : including a Description of the Methods of Preparing and Mounting Objects, &c.
Page 26 - Notice of the new forms and varieties of known forms occurring in the Diatomaceous earth of Mull ; with remarks on the classification of the Diatomaceae (Quart.
Page 47 - On the Circulation in the Wings of Blatta Orientalis and other Insects, and on a New Method of injecting the Vessels of Insects.
Page 23 - Skin Diseases of Parasitic Origin, Their Nature and Treatment; including the Description and Relations of the Fungi found in Man.
Page 40 - MANUAL OF POPULAR PHYSIOLOGY: Being an Attempt to Explain the Science of Life in Untechnical Language. By Henry Lawson, MD I2mo, with 90 Illustrations.
Page 17 - RUST, SMUT, MILDEW, AND MOULD. An Introduction to the Study of Microscopic Fungi.
Page 35 - The nature-printed British sea-weeds; a history, accompanied by figures and dissections, of the algae of the British Isles. Nature printed by Henry Bradbury. 4v. 8. il. col.pl 208. London, 1859-60. " Bibliography,

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