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Trinkaus, John Phillip - Papers

Partial notes by Trinkaus on 48 hour chick embryos, Embryology course, April 18, 1938
Notes from Oscar Schotte's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on vegetalization with information about the effects of different chemical compounds on development (includes diagram). Trinkaus begins new section, "Animalization" with several diagrams and information on different chemical compounds
Notes from Oscar Schotte's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on Runstrom's work from the previous page, then begins a section on Lindahl's egg constriction experiments (with diagram). Begins section on "Vegetalization" with information about normal development and the effects of different chemical compounds (with diagrams)
Partial notes by Trinkaus on cell movements in embryonic development, Embryology course, April 4, 1938
Labeled drawing by Trinkaus of frog larval stage, Embryology course, note from teacher, graded D, March 13, 1938
Notes from Oscar Schotte's lecture. Trinkaus takes notes on the experiments and theories of Driesch, C. Herbst (with diagram), and Rubstrom (with diagram)
Labeled drawing by Trinkaus of frog embryo late cleavage stage, Embryology course, March 6, 1938
Labeled drawing by Trinkaus of 33 hour chick embryo, Embryology course, March 19, 1938
Notes from Oscar Schotte's lecture. Trinkaus begins notes on "Exp. Embryology of the Echinoderms" with an outline on "Reversal of Polarity" from Horstadius (inludes diagrams"
Labeled drawing by Trinkaus of crepidula cells, Embryology course, March 13, 1938
Notes from Oscar Schotte's lecture. Trinkaus concludes his illustrated chart of Horstadius' recombination experiments and finishes the lecture notes with information on the effects of different chemicals on development
Labeled drawing by Trinkaus of 72 hour chick, Embryology course, graded B+, April 22, 1938

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