Modern Microscopy: A Handbook for Beginners and Students

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Baillière, Tindall and Cox, 1922 - Microscopy - 315 pages
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Page 85 - Ordinary Fellows are elected on a certificate of recommendation signed by three ordinary Fellows,* setting forth the names, residence, and qualifications of the Candidate, of whom the first proposer should have personal knowledge.
Page 86 - Fellows (limited to 100), consisting of the Presidents for the time being of any Societies having objects in whole or in part similar to those of the Society, are elected on the recommendation of ten Ordinary Fellows, and the approval of the Council. The Council, in whom the management of the property...
Page 202 - ... extinguished by heat or poisons, and does not reappear if the treatment has sufficed to kill sensitive and nonspore-forming organisms ; it may appear, however, if the treatment has not been sufficient to do this. (d) It can be reintroduced into soils from which it has been permanently extinguished by the addition of a little untreated soil. (e) It develops more slowly than bacteria, and for some time may show little or no effect; then it causes a marked reduction in the numbers of bacteria, and...
Page 88 - This club has been established for the purpose of affording to microscopists, in and around the metropolis, opportunities for meeting and exchanging ideas without that diffidence and constraint which an amateur naturally feels when discussing scientific subjects in the presence of professional men.
Page 288 - Come, dwell not gloomily on this cold need Of waiving private joy for policy. We are but thistle-globes on Heaven's high gales, And whither blown, or when, or how, or why, Can choose us not at all!...
Page 85 - The Society was established in 1839 for the promotion of Microscopical and Biological Science by the communication, discussion, and publication of observations and discoveries relating to (1) improvements in the construction and mode of application of the microscope, and (2) biological or other subjects of microscopical research. Note: in relation to the Society's present day activities the term "microscope" includes "electron microscope".
Page 136 - ... cent. alcohol, and sections, which need not be thin, are cut either from celloidin with a microtome or with the free hand. The sections are mounted in Canada balsam, which is allowed to dry on the slide : they must not be covered with a cover-glass, but the balsam must remain exposed to the air.
Page 88 - In the Rooms of the Medical Society of London, 11 Chandos Street, Cavendish Square, W., on the second Tuesday in January, April, July, and October, at 4 PM Publication.
Page 135 - To 400 cc of saturated solution of ammonia-alum add 4 gr. of haematox. crist. dissolved in 25 cc of strong alcohol. Leave it exposed to the light and air, in an unstoppered bottle, for three or four days. Filter, and add 100 cc of glycerin and 100 cc of methylic alcohol (CH40).
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