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The principles of biology; Volume: 2

By: Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903
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Zoe

By: Townshend Stith Brandegee, Katharine Layne Brandegee
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The principles of biology

By: Hamaker, J. I. (John Irvin), B. 1869
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Zoe

By: Townshend Stith Brandegee, Katharine Layne Brandegee
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The principles of biology; Volume: 2 Part: 1

By: Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903
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Zoe; Volume: 2

By: Townshend Stith Brandegee, Katharine Layne Brandegee
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The principles of biology; Volume: 2

By: Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903
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Assessment of Reproductive Health in the Wild Seed Oysters, Crassostrea Gigas, from Two Locations in Korea. Journal of Shellfish Research

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The philosophy of biology

By: Johnstone, James, 1870-1932
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Zoe: a Biological Journal

By: Zoe
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Nature and life. Facts and doctrines relating to the constitution of matter, the new dynamics, and the philosophy of nature

By: Papillon, Fernand, 1847-1874; Macdonough, August Rodney, 1820- tr

...GH, ESQ. NEW YOKE: D. APPLETON AND COMPANY, 549 AND 551 BKOADWAY. 1875. 1 ' BIOLOGY LIBRARY G ENTEEED, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1875... ...f the most essential truths established of late by phys- ics, chemistry, and biology, regarding the mechanism of natural forces, and the arrangement a... ...chanics, in their specula- tion, separate material points from forces, while biology teaches us to keep them bound together in an indestructible and n... ...tion, this great man was destined perhaps to give new and fin- ished form to biology, had death not cut him off at the age of thirty-two. Yet his unfi... ...system. Unfortunately, chemistry does not avail to solve all the problems of biology, and in our day we have acknowledged that chemical analysis must ... ...ent parts of the system. These principles mark the passage from chemistry to biology. Regarded singly, in their molecular composition, their chemical ... ...ese activemonads that are counted by myriads. These are the simple bodies of biology, not less indispensable for the clear rendering of vital facts th... ...is time, Robin has collected many precious truths for the general science of biology. We have seen that the normal tissues of the organism consist of ... ...vance of ideas as to the progress of facts. Robin cherishes the thought that biology might be re- cast and reformed by method, that is, by the introdu...

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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom : Vol. 9

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...ill-health, and Mr. A. J. Mason-Jones has accepted an appoint- ment as lecturer in biology at the Plymouth Technical Schools. An arrangement has been ... ...irector, Dr. E. J. Allen, has delivered a course of twenty-four lectures on Marine Biology and Fishery Investigations at the Imperial College of Scien... ...tion, when Mr. G. H. Grosvenor conducted the usual course of instruction in Marine Biology. The Library. The thanks of the Association are due for the... ...in. Bulletin Scientifique de la France et de la Belgique. Bureau of British Marine Biology. Contributions. California Academy of Sciences. Proceedings... ...nids. Carnegie Institution of Washington : Scope and Organization. Dept. of Marine Biology. Annual Report of the Director. Inheritance in Canaries, by... ...outh Kensington, has been appointed a Naturalist on the staff for the study of the biology of fishes, and Mr. J. H. Orton, B.sc, of the same college, ... ...Utrecht (Nemertina). In addition to the above the Easter Vacation Course in Marine Biology was attended Ijy seventeen students. This course was con- d... ...ngton, attended at the Laboratory in July for a course of practical work in Marine Biology in continuation of the course con- ducted at the College in... ...es. Bulletin Scientifique de la France et de la Belgique. Bureau of British Marine Biology. Contributions. Cairo Zoological Gardens. Report. Californi...

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First course in biology

By: Bailey, L. H. (Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954; Coleman, Walter Moore, 1863-1926

...Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Canadian Libraries Collection; Canadian University Library Collection; Candian History; pt.1. Plant biology. - pt.2. Animal biology. - pt.3. Human biology...

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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom : Vol. 10

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

.... S. Clark. The latter has recently been appointed to make investigations on the biology of marketable fishes. . Occupation of Tables. The following N... ...chungen iiber die Eibildung der Meduse Pelagia. Schmidt, J. Contributions to the biology of some North Atlantic species of Eels. Sexton, E. W. Some Br... ...eries, Scotland, Sci. Invest. 1913. III. (Jan., 1914.) Dakin, W. J. Notes on the biology of Fish Eggs and Larvae. Internat. Revue Hydrobiol. Hydrog. I... ... A. W. Waters, Bournemouth (Polyzoa). The usual Easter Vacation Course in Marine Biology was conducted this year by Mr. F. A. Potts, m.a., and was att... ...ton : Dejjartment of Experimental Evolution. Annual Report. Department of Marine Biology. Report, Club Montanyenc, Barcelona. Butlleti. College of Agr... ... Development, Environment and Culture. By J. Stafford. Contributions to Canadian Biology. Deutscher Fischerei-Verein. Zeitschrift fiir Fischerei. Deut... ...elingen. Visschershaven, Ijmuiden. Jaarsverslag. Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia. Reprints. Zoological Laboratory, Cambridge. Cy... .... V. Genetics and Breeding. Note regarding the Relation of Age to Fecundity. The Biology of Poultry Keeping. The Measurement of the Intensity of Inbre... ...n Lobster). In addition to the above, the usual Easter Vacation Course in Marine Biology was conducted by Dr. J. H. Orton, and was attended by sixteen...

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A textbook of elementary biology

By: Harvey Gibson, R. J. (Robert John), 1860-1929
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom : Vol. 3

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...nal effort will be made to do so by all who are interested in the prosperity of Marine Biology in this country. Special attention is being paid to the... ...Committee, and one whose interest in the welfare of our fisheries as well as in marine biology for its own sake is too widely known to need more than ... ...he conclusion drawn is that laboratory work is not adapted to solve the problem of the biology of the sardine. This, it seems to me, exemplifies the e... ...ems to be undoubtedly the case, and it is only one amongst the many features of marine biology which our ignorance at present relegates to the categor... ...every one, though it may be claimed with perfect truth that there is no item of marine biology that has not its economic importance directly or indire...

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The story of the living machine; a review of the conclusions of modern biology in regard to the mechanism which controls the phenomena of living activity

By: Conn, Herbert William, 1859-1917
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom : Vol. 8

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...F.R.s. (Polychaeta). Sixteen students attended a course of study in Marine Biology con- ducted at the Laboratory during the Easter vacation by Mr. G. ... ...i. Zool., vol. 2. 1905, pp. 137-143. Hewett, C. G.—Ligia. Liverpool Marine Biology Committee. Memoir xiv., London, 1907. REPORT OF THE COUNCIL. 65 Pa... ...eneral Zoology). Twenty-five students attended a course of study in Marine Biology conducted at the Laboratory during the Easter vacation by Mr. G. H.... ...verpool Biological Society. Proceedings and Transactions. Liverpool Marine Biology Committee. Marine Biological Station at Port Erin. Report. Liverpoo... ...dlingar. Transvaal Biological Society. First Meeting. Ulster Fisheries and Biology Association. Scientific Papers. Unione Zoologica Italiana. Rendicon... ...n Mr. G. H. G-rosvenor conducted the usual course of instruction in Marine Biology. REPORT OF THE COUNCIL. 481 The Library. The thanks of the Associa... ...Proceedings and Transactions. REPORT OF THE COUNCIL. 483 Liverpool Marine Biology Committee. Marine Biological Station at Port Erin. Report. Manchest... ...cher Regulationen. Eliot, C. On the Genus Cumanotus. Reports on the Marine Biology of the Soudanese Red Sea, XI. Notes on a Collection of Nudibranchs ... ...t internal examination being absolutely necessary.* * A new feature in the biology of the plaice lies in the enormous depth at which the Barents Sea p...

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Story of Creaton.

By: Cldd, Edward
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom : Vol. 2

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

... that constancy. The nomen triviale of taxonomy is a great boon to the investigator in biology, but it becomes a burden when it is applied with random...

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The science of life; or the animal and vegetable biology

By: Wythe, J. H. (Joseph Henry), 1822-1901
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom : Vol. 1

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...urgently a steamboat is required, and I would appeal to all those interested in marine biology and in our fisheries to give their assistance to the As... ...By Frank E. Beddard, H.A., Prosector to the Zoological Society of London ; Lecturer on Biology at Guy's Hospital. The Oligocliaeta form a division of ... ...s and Alg^ in the surface-net. Similar facts have been noticed by the Liverpool Marine Biology Committee off the west coast of Lancashire and Wales. T... ... appears to liave been taken only once before in England, viz. by the Liverpool Marine Biology Committee in 1888. Canu found it in abundance at Wimere...

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Restoring and Protecting Marine Habitat

By: National Research Council
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom : Vol. 1, No. 1-2

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...al statements of the Council, brief records of obser- vations relating to the marine biology and fisheries of the coasts of the United Kingdom which m... ...ns of our " Challenger" expe- dition. The advances made in the special department of biology connected with fishes since the establishment of the Napl... ...pinion that, in starting our Society, we should in the main look to the interests of biology as a science. For my own part, I can sincerely say that I... ...ere to move this resolution as a means of promoting biological research. I look upon biology as by far the highest of all the branches of natural scie... ...ion, and capable of methodical proof. There are many persons who decry researches in biology on the ground that they are less certain and exact, and t... ...reatest assistance to scientific men in regard to the history of life. Granting that biology is one of the very highest branches of natural science, I... ...t wounding their outsides ; there is thus this great advantage, that in the study of biology we get rid of those painful discussions which have been r... ...nd spends it nobly in the advancement of science. His laboratory for studying marine biology is purely a scientific one, and the idea of practical uti... ...ts of the new Society, and that its foundation was full of promise for the future of biology. Professor Moseley, F.R.S.^ observed that it was only by ...

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The principles of biology; Volume: 1

By: Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom : Vol. 11

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...hearer, m.a., Cambridge (Dinoj^liilus). The usual Easter Vacation Course in Marine Biology for University students was not held this year. General Wor... ...e with which my own studies have been chiefly concerned, and the science of Marine Biology is one which has special claims on a Devonshire Society. Th... ... and the subject has developed into what is almost a distinct department of marine biology. Were I to attempt to deal even with all the many branches ... ...at. Meeresforsch. IV-V. 1908. 10. Helland-Hansen, B. Statistical Research into the Biology of the Haddock and Cod in the North Sea. Conseil Internat. ... ...pe. Allgemeine Fisch. Zeit. 1898. No. 19. 14. JoHANSEN, A. C. Contributions to the Biology of the Plaice. Medd. Komm. Havunters. Fisk. Pt. I in Bd. I,... ...eries. Fishery Investigations. Ser. I. Vol. I. 1913. 19. Petersen, C. G. J. On the Biology of our Flatfishes. Report Danish Biol. Sta. IV. 1893 [1894]... ...arer, f.r.s., Cambridge (I)inopliilus). The usual Easter Vacation Course in Marine Biology for University students was not held this year. General Wor... ...re than in the Journal of the Association : — UuxcAN, F. Maktin. Studifs in Marine Biology. Jourii. R03'. Micr. Soc, 1916, pp. 257-261. IvR.-\.Mi>, 1'... ...ltic. Report of the U.S. Fish Commission for 1878. 1894. Petersen, C. G. J. On the Biology of our Fiat-Fishes, and on the Decrease of our Fiat-Fish Fi...

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The principles of biology; Volume: 3 Part: 2

By: Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom; Vol. 4

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...uralist and leader of Science, whom we all mourn. Huxley's studies in marine biology, and his position as a Government official, as well as his keen, ... ...aring iqwn its Artijicial Propaga- tion. By Francis H. Herrick, Professor of Biology in Adalbert College. Bulletin of the United States Fish Coinmissi... ... Assistant to tlie Director—T. V. Hodgson, Est^. VACATION COURSES IN MARINE BIOLOGY. By akrangement with the Director of tub Plymouth Laboratory of t... ...rine Biological Association, WILL CONDUCT cotje,s:h]s OIF STTJx^'y IN MAKINE BIOLOGY, At the PLYMOUTH LABORATORY, DURING THE EASTER VACATION, 1896, Be... ...ogical Station consists of a lengthy paper by Dr. C. G. J. Petersen " on the Biology of our Flat-fishes and on the Decrease of our Flat-fish Fisheries... ...have been made by which Mr. Garstang will conduct courses of study in Marine Biology, at the Laboratory, during the Easter Vacation. A special room wi... ... of the Association, or, which is saying the same thing, in the interests of Biology in this country, we should endeavour to retain. E. J. Allen. Janu... ...FLORIDA. eventually prove the correct one, but until more is known of sponge biology it would be useless to suggest methods, notwithstanding the fact ... ...acation classes for advanced university students. Courses of study iu Marine Biology have been conducted by Mr. W. Garstang, who was for many years a ...

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The principles of biology; Volume: 2 Part: 2

By: Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903
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Zoe: A Biological Journal : Volume 3-4, 1892

By: Brandegee, Townshend Stith, 1843-1925; Eastwood, Alice, 1859-1953; Brandegee, Katharine Layne, 1844-1920
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The principles of biology; Volume: 3v

By: Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903
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Zoe : Volume 2

By: Townshend Stith Brandegee, Katharine Layne Brandegee
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The plant, an illustration of the organic life of the animal

By: Coultas, Harland, D. 1877
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom; Cambridge Journals Online
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Plant Analysis

By: G. Dragendorff
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom; Vol. 7

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...ege, London (Echinoderma). Six students attended a course of study in Marine Biology conducted at the Laboratory during the Easter vacation by Mr. L. ... ...rn Sea Fisheries. Superintendent's Report. Syllabus of the Lessons on Marine Biology given in lln' Practical Classes for Fishermen. Leicester Corporat... ...ar. A Treatise on Zoology ; edited l>y E. R. Lankester. Ulster Fisheries and Biology Association. Report. United Stales Commission of Fish and Fisheri... ...er. Science (odd parts). The Tortugas, Florida, as a Station for Research in Biology ; by A. G. Mayer. Prof. S. J. Hickson. The Alcyonaria of the Mald... ...nsiderably during the last few years, owing to the fact that the teaching of biology is receiving more and more attention in secondary and technical s... ...l off Winchelsea (a minimum distance of 175 miles). Mr. A. Meek, Lecturer in Biology at the Durham College of Science, and Director of the Marine Labo... ... must also express my thanks and obligations to Mr. T. J. Evans, lecturer in Biology at the University of Sheffield, who has prepared for me sections ... ... Williams, Bangor (Algae). Six students attended a course of study in Marine Biology conducted at the Laboratory during the Easter vacation by Mr. G. ... ...s. Superintendent's Report. Leland Stanford Jr. University. Contributions to Biology from the Hopkins Seaside Laboratory. Liverpool Biological Society...

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Philosophische Grundfragen der Biologie

By: Hartmann, Nicolai, 1882-1950
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom; Vol. 6

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...lumbian Museum. Publications of the Field Columbian Museum. Contributions to Biology from the Hopkins Seaside Laboratory of the Leland Stanford Junior... ...Oxford, Cambridge, and Eton attended Mr. Garstang's vacation class in Marine Biology. Published Memoirs. The following papers, either wholly or in par... ...{Hydrozoa). Eleven students attended Mr, Garstang's vacation class in Marine Biology in 1899, and twelve students the class held during the Easter vac... ...Oxford, Cambridge, and Eton attended Mr. Garstang's vacation class in Marine Biology. The Library. The thanks of the Association are due for the follo... ...ion. Lancashire Sea Fisheries Committee. Superintendent's Report. Studies in Biology from Owens College, Manchester. Northumberland Sea Fisheries Comm... ...ate Laboratory. Publications of the Field Columbian Museum. Contributions to Biology from the Hopkins Seaside Laboratory of the Leland Stanford Junior... ...dae and Pleuronectidse as an Index of Age. By J. Stuart Thomson, Lecturer on Biology, Municipal Technical Schools, Plymouth. (With Plate V.) The first... ...scussion, and thought that a division into two sections, for hydrography and biology, would be unnecessary on this occasion. The Conference agreed. Dr... ...nation from ex- tending its researches beyond the special areas agreed upon. Biology of Food-Fishes. n. § 2. Preparation of charts showing the distrib...

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Die Erscheinungen und Gesetze des organischen Lebens; Volume: 02 Part: 02

By: Treviranus, Gottfried Reinhold, 1776-1837
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom; Vol. 5

By: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

...er vacation Mr. Garstang again conducted at the Laboratory a class in Marine Biology for advanced University students, which was well attended, and fo... ...ncies, from the want of many of the classical monographs dealing with marine biology, and also of the back numbers of Journals. A list of some of the ... ... University College, London (Variation of Crabs). Vacation classes in Marine Biology for advanced University students have again been conducted by Mr.... ...opment of Alcyonium. Mr. Garstang again conducted a vacation class in Marine Biology, which was attended by eight students from Oxford, Cambridge, and...

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