Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society, Volume 7

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... containing its transactions and proceedings and a summary of current researches relating to zoology and botany (principally Invertebrata and Cryptogamia), microscopy, &c.
 

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Contents

ROEDEL H Minimum Temperature consistent with Life
44
Fundamental Condition of Equilibrium in Living Cells
46
DELAGE Y New Function for Invertebrate Otocysts
52
Polypes turned outside
58
ROHDE E Histology of Nervous System of PolychŠta
60
Molluscoida
62
Roeser P and P Gourret Protozoa of Roselaurel Structure and Metamorphosis
76
Chorioptes or Symbiotes on Birds
78
BOTANY
79
GAYON U E DUBOURGAlcoholic Fermentation of Dextrin and Starch Part 3 437
80
New Glycerin Immersion Microscopic Objective
85
Vermes
87
Structure and Development of Siphonophora
96
STOKES A C Food Habit of Petalomonas
101
A GENERAL including the Anatomy and Physiology of the Phanerogamia
106
DIAKONOW N W Theory of Fermentation
108
SCHRÍDER H Ahrenss Polarizing Prism
115
LÍFFLERSeinefever
116
REINKE J Effect of Sunlight on Etiolated Seedlings Part 1
117
ROSTRUP E Diseases of Cultivated Plants
119
BORAUERS P Handbook of the Diseases of Plants
120
LIBORIUS P Necessity of Oxygen for Bacteria
123
F Structure and Development of the Thallus in FlorideŠ
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SCRIBNER F L Orangeleaf Scab
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Bacteria in Drinkingwater
136
Bausch LOMB Optical Co s Combined Inverted and Vertical Microscopes
141
NACHETs Compound and Simple Dissecting Microscope Fig
147
Debes ESuperstage for the Selection and Arrangement of Diatoms Figs
153
MONIEZ R New Parasites of DaphniŠ
157
BOSTWICK A E On a means of determining the Limits of Distinct Vision Part 1
158
PILLISCHERS M Kosmos Microscope
159
QUINBYS B T Slidecarrier
161
DOSTOIEWSKY A Preparing Eyes of Mammals Part 1
162
3 Cutting including Imbedding and Microtomes
167
LIST J H Rosinilin Nitrate for Goblet and Mucous Cells Part 1
172
BECK J D Mounting Pollens
174
A To Sharpen Razors
176
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY
178
The Presidents Address By the Rev W H Dallinger LL D
185
On Cutting Sections of Sponges and other similar structures with
200
On the Differentiation of Tissues in Fungi By George Massee
205
WOLFF W Germinal Layers
209
LIST J H Gobletcells in Amphibian Bladder Part 2
213
HALLER B Dotted Substance of Leydig
214
HEATHs R S Geometrical Optics Measure of the Aperture of the Micro
216
WIELOWIEYSKI H DESpermatogenesis of Arthropods
222
Reichenbach H Development of the Respiratory Organ of ScutigeridŠ
231
BERGH R S Structure and Development of the Generative Organs of Earth
238
B Nemathelminthes
241
IncertŠ Sedis
243
Prouho H Development of Generative 438
245
LENDENFELD R v Function of Nettlecells
247
HOLMAN LILLIE E Multiplication of AmcbŠ
249
LEITGEB H Crystalloids in the Cellnucleus Part 2
255
LEITGEB H Structure and Physiology of Stomata
264
BARROIS J Singular Parasite on Firola
267
SEYNES J DEEndogenous Production of Spores
269
Correlation of Growth Part 2
271
BELZTIG E Formation of Starch in Sclerotia
280
S R J Staining Fluid 341 dineŠ
282
Beck G Hormogones of GlŠotrichia natans Thur
285
GRUNOWs J Physicians Microscope Figs 35 and
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LINDSAYs Simple Microscope Fig
293
Josess W S Radial Swinging Tailpiece Fig
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MERIANS A Arrangement for Heating Mi Fig
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THE NEW GLASS
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LIST J H Preparing Gobletcells Part 2
325
REICHENBACH H Preparation of the Embryo of the Freshwater Crayfish Part 2
329
JUNG R Microtome used at the Naples Zoological Station Figs 8789
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LEXXOX R Staining the Retina by Weigerts Method Part 2
339
MARTINOTTI G Thymol in Microscopical Technique
342
CARLISLE Microscopical Society and Dr Dallinger
345
February 9 1887 Annual Meeting Part 2
353
CH╔RUBIN DORL╔ANS La Vision parfaite
356
KITTON F Note on Styrax and Canada Balsam
359
Twelve New Species of Rotifera By P H Gosse F R S
361
Roux W Mechanism of Development
368
KOSSEL A Chemistry of Cellnucleus Part 3
372
E Microscopic Fauna of High Alpine Lakes
374
LANKESTER E RayClassification of the Arthropoda
378
Part 3
384
CHATIN J Brown Cysts of Anguillula of the Beetroot
394
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BOURNE A G Rotifera
405
Natural History of Hydra
408
K▄NSTLER J Reticulated Structure of Protozoa
414
FISCHER A Starch in Vessels Part 3
423
ZOPF W Tanninreceptacles in the FumariaceŠ Part 3
427
TIEGHEM P VAN H DOULIOT Origin of the lateral roots in LeguminosŠ
429
DEH╔RAIN P P L MAQUENNEAbsorption of Carbonic Anhydride
434
M Formation and Liberation of Zoospores in SaprolegnieŠ Part 3
444
Reinke J Absorptionbands 618 Rhizoctonia
446
DASGEARD P A Lower Forms of Animal and Vegetable Life
447
Pommer G Bacillus BrassicŠ
450
MAYALL J jun A Visit to Jena
451
FRANKLAND P F Microorganisms in the Atmosphere
453
Repiakhoff W Dinophilus gyrociliatus Riedel O and G WolffhŘgel Bacteria
454
Prove O Micrococcus ochroleucus 1008 Rafter G W 351 857
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BURCHS G J Perspective Microscope
456
HILGERs A Tangentscrew Fineadjustment Figs 99101
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HILGERs A Opaque Illuminator Fig 102
462
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JUDD J W Relations between Geology and the Mineralogical Sciences
493
HENKING H Notes on the Technique of Embryology Part 3
501
SaintJoseph PolychŠta of Dinard 588 Method for isolating Epithelial cells
502
MARZI G Preparing Bacterial Material for Transmission by Post
507
RUTHERFORDS W Combined Ice and Etherspray Freezing Microtome Fig
508
PFEFFER W Absorption of Anilin Pigments by Living Vegetable Cells Part 3
512
V G CAMPARISolution of Hypochlorite of Sodı with excess
518
Medium for clearing up Celloidin Sections
519
Reproduction and Sex Theory of 728 Riefstahl E Shells of Cephalopoda 569
523
CHESHIRE F R Fertile Worker Bees
529
MAYALL J jun Inventing Magnifying Lenses
533
JAPANESE Microscope
536
June 8 1887 Part 4 697
536
MADDOX R L On the Different Tissues found in the Muscle of a Mummy
537
JONES T RUPEBT C D SHERBORNRemarks on the Foraminifera with
545
GRENFELL J G On New Species of Scyphidia and Dinophysis Plate XI
558
RICHTER W Continuity of Germinal Protoplasm
561
WALDEYER W Karyokinesis 99
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Vitality of Encapsuled Organisms
568
B Polyzoa
571
Relations of Groups of Arthropoda
573
KORSCHELT E Some interesting processes in the formation of Insects Ova Part 4
574
OSTROUMOFF A Development of Cyclostomatous Marine Bryozoa
579
Histology of Enteric Canal of Insects
580
Part 4
584
WILSON E B Origin of Excretory System of Earthworms Part 4
588
WELDON W F R Balanoglossus Larva
597
Chemical constituents of Bacteria
631
JAUBERTS L Microscopes Eyepieces Objectives c Plates XII bis IIII
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BAUSCH LOMB Optical Co s Trichinoscope Fig 157
638
versal Comparator
639
JAMESS F L Dissecting Microscope Fig 164
644
Nelson E M G C KAROP Value of Achromatic Condensers
647
for Drawing
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Pagans A Growing Slide Figs 178180
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MICROSCOPICAL Society of Calcutta
667
GOODALL G L Method for subjecting Living Protoplasm to the action
669
FRANCOTTE P Flask for dehydrating specimens to be mounted in balsam
670
DIESELT F Preparation of Insect Spiracles 99
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RYDERs J A Paraffin Imbedding Apparatus Fig 190
678
MALLS P F Sectionsmoother Figs 196198
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H Fixing and Staining Nuclei Part 4
687
FRANCOTTE P Use of Styrax in Histology
692
T Neu Cement
694
EveActinomyces from the Jaw of an
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A Monograph of the Genus Lycoperdon Tournef Fr
701
DELAGE Y Otocysts as Organs of Locomotor Orientation
732
MARK E L Simple Eyes in Arthropods
742
BLOCHMANN F Directive Corpuscles in Eggs of Insects Part 5
743
Part 5
747
Development of Ovum of Hirudinea Part 5
750
SCHNEIDER A Structure of Alimentary Canal
751
Ectoparasitic Rotifers from the Bay of Naples
757
LENDENFELD R V Stinging cells
765
Maupas E Conjugation of Ciliate Infusoria
766
Reservematerials Receptacles for in Roboz 2 v Structure of Gregarines
769
MARTIN S Proteids of the Seeds of Abrus precatorius
774
WINKLER A Seedlings of Sulicornia herbacea
776
Positively geotropic Shoots of Cordyline ProjectionLamp for Microscopic Pur
778
JANSE J M Part taken by the Medullary Rays in the Movement of Water Part 5
782
LINDNER P Prolification in the Mycelium of Fungi
788
PLAUT H C Oidium albicans
793
Tuurys M Multiocular Microscope Figs 201205
796
STEPHENSONS J W Erecting Binocular Microscope Figs 209 and 210
802
Resolution of 200000 lines to the inch Rochester Magic Lantern and Projection Microscope
804
SWIFTs Lever and Parallelspring Fineadjustment Fig 218
808
Bausch LOMB Condenser and Substage Fig 219
809
Croatis G Carmine solution made with Carbonate of Soda Part 5
817
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Royal Microscopical Society of the Sandwich Islands
830
SCHULTZE F E Methods for killing Invertebrata O Part 5
834
Rabenhorsts Cryptogamic Flora of Germany Vascular Crypto
840
KULTSCHIZKYCelloidınParaffin Imbedding
845
LÍWENTHAL N New method for making Picrocarmine
848
STRASSER H Treatment of Sections which have been imbedded in Paraffin Part 5
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November 24 1886 Conversazione Part 5
858
Twentyfour more New Species of Rotifera By P H Gosse
861
A Synopsis of the British Recent Foraminifera By Henry
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A New Eyepiece By E M Nelson
928
Phrynus Remarks on and Nervous Sys Pleurothallis ornatus Pollination of
932
PLATNER G Theory of Celldivision Part 6
935
Mollusca
936
SaprolegnieŠ Formation and Liberation Structure of Alimentary Canal
944
a Insecta
945
REICHENBACH H Development of the Crayfish
952
BEDDARD F E Anatomy of Earthworms Part 6
953
Rohde E Histology of Nervous System of of Plants with few or no leaves 427
954
PATTEN W Eyes of Mollusca
955
Platyhelminthes
961
DicyemidŠ
964
Regeneration of Polypes
967
FRENZEL J Liver of Mollusca
982
ARESCHOUG F W C Aquiferous Tissue in the Leaves of Sansevieria Part 6
984
ST GEORGE V LA VALETTESpermatogenesis of Beetles
988
B Physiology
992
Sarracenia Pitchers of 612 Organs 113
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REINSCH P F Action of Pyrofuscin on Fungi Part 6
1001
270
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Ptychogaster
1003
Protophyta
1007
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BROCK J Development of Genital Apparatus of Stylommatophorous Pulmonata
1009
SCHULZEs E Aquarium Microscope Fig 235
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Resolving Power of Microscope Objectives Rocksections Machines for cutting 509
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Rohon J V and K A von Zittel Cono Objectives of Microscopes c
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BORDENS W C Electrical Constanttemperature Apparatus Fig 242 Part 6
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Dall W H Deepsea Mollusca
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ROGERS W A The Microscope as a factor in the establishment of a co stant
1031
FASOLDTS C Rulings
1038
TICHOMIROFF A Chemical Composition of
1040
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TRELEASE W Fertilization of Yucca
1048
TICHOMIROFF A Artificial Parthenogenesis
1059
Mounting Sections without Coverglasses
1061
Mars E L Dissecting Pars
1067
NELSON E M Striped Muscular Fibre
1072
STRASRURGER E Hybridpollination
1077
HANSGIRG A Relationship of the Chlorophyllous Protophyta to the Protonema
1078
New Isopoda
1079
BORZi A Soredial sporidia of Amphiloma murorum
1082
CALDWELL W H Embryology of Monotremata and Marsupialia
1083
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CHOLODKOVSKY N Morphology of Insects Wings
1086
Fertilization of OrchideŠ
1087
REINSCH P F Acanthococcus 131
1088
GOEBEL K Fertile Shoots of Equisetum
1089
STRAHL H Wall of Yolksac and Parablast of the Lizard
1090
Echinodermata
1091
Maury P Fertilization of Verbascum
1093
SCHIMKIEWITSCH W Affinities of Arachnida Part 1 77
1096
GRUBER A Artificial Development in ActinosphŠrium
1097
HASE E Scales of Lepidoptera
1098
HOYLE W E Challenger Cephalopoda
1099
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Anatomy of Brachiopoda Articulata
1101
MASSEE G Structure and Function of the Subterranean Parts of LalhrŠa
1103
CHOLODKOVSKY N Prothoracic Appendages of Lepidoptera
1104
PELSENEER P New Gymnosomatous Pteropod
1106
MAUPAS E Theory of Sexuality
1107
LENDENFELD R 1 Synocils Sensory Organs of Sponges
1108
PBOUHO H Organization of Echinoidea
1110
FRIELE H North Sea Mollusca
1112
Leaves of Grasses 263
1113
TIEGHEM P VAN Inversion of Sugar by Pollengrains Part 2 273
1114
HAACKE W Radial Symmetry of Echinoids
1118
Maturation and Fertilization of Amphibian
1122
Postembryonic Development of Telphusa Prolification in the Mycelium of Fungi
1123
99
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S New Infusoria
1125
TIEBEColoursense Part 1 51
1126
RosaceŠ Superendodermal Network in Rutherfords W Combined Ice
1128
CARTER H J Position of the Ampullaceous Sac and Function of the Water
1129
KOLESCH K Eocidaris
1130
Pitchers of Sarracenia 612
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