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Notes from Hubert Goodrich's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on the development of Mendelian characters from page 29 with information on 'Pigment formation'. Includes a discussion of pigment formation in the Paradise fish (Macropodus opercularis) and the goldfish (Carassius auratus)
Notes from Viktor Hamburger's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on Hans Spemann and Historical Background from page 51, with points about what Spemann learned from his work on Amphibia in 1893
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes from page 38 on gastrulation in Coelenterates, with a list of different patterns of cell movement during gastrulation.
The autobiography of developmental biologist John Philip Trinkaus
Title page, copyright information, and dedication for John P. Trinkaus' autobiography, "Embryologist"
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus begins notes on "Coelenterate embryology" with information on "Medusa form"
Notes from W.R. Duryee's lecture. Trinkaus finishes his notes from page 33-36 on the appearance, nature, and action of chromosomes and the effects of different fixatives. Trinkaus begins a new note section on "Significance to Embryology", and underlines a passage: "This is of course against the idea of cytoplasmic inheritance"
Notes from W.R. Duryee's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes from page 33, and adds on "Organization of nucleus" in the Green frog (previously, Rana clamitans), including several idagrams. Notes include the triphasic nature of the nucleus and the effects of fixative additions
Chapter 2 of John P. Trinkaus' autobiography, "Embryologist"
Chapter 1 of John P. Trinkaus' autobiography, "Embryologist"
Notes from Hubert Goodrich's lecture. Trinkaus continues his diagrams on the 'Development of the Circulatory System of Teleost' from page 25 and 26 with stages XIII and XIV and descriptions of stages VIII through XIV
Notes from Hubert Goodrich's lecture. Trinkaus continues his diagrams on the 'Development of the Circulatory System of Teleost' from page 25 with stages IX-XII and descriptions of stages I through VII

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