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Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on the embryology of Styela with information on fertilzation (includes two diagrams)
Notes from Caswell Grave's lecture. Trinkaus begins with a graph, "aging + activity", and takes notes on different substances during development of the ascidian embryo
Notes from Caswell Grave's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes from the previous pge and begins a new section [header illegible] that deals with the effects of different environmental stimuli on the embryos
Notes from Caswell Grave's lecture. Trinkaus continues his table fro the previous page and takes notes on the larval vs. adult structures (includes chart of time (x-axis) vs. Percentage metamorphosed (y-axis))
Notes from Caswell Grave's lecture. Trinkaus begins his notes on "Metamorphoses of the Ascidians" with general information on metamorphosis (includes a chart), and then begins a table to compare "Larval action system" and "Adult action system"
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus completes his notes on T. Chow Tung from the previous page, and takes notes on Van der Broeck and Dalcq. Trinkaus starts a new section on "Asexual Reproduction" with an outline that begins with "1. Peribranchial or Atrial" (includes two diagrams)
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on the embryology of Styela with a diagram of "regular cleavage" and notes on "Gastrulation: Similar to that of Amphioxus", then starts a new section on "T. Chow Tung '34"
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on the embryology of ascidians, then begins a section on "Embryology of Styela" (with three diagrams)
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on the embryology of Styela with information about cleavage and the formation of the germ layers
The first notebook of lecture and laboratory notes that John P. Trinkaus took during his time as a student in the Embryology Course in 1939.
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus takes notes on the work of different researchers, like Child, Beckwith, Maas, Conklin, on on regeneration
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus begins notes on the "Embryology of the Tunicates" with a list of characteristics, then begins a section on "Embryology of Ascidians" (with a diagram)

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