Course materials from the 1957 Embryology Course at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.
Course materials from the 1956 Embryology Course at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.
Course materials from the 1948 Embryology Course at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.
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On teaching Embryology in Woods Hole in June 1943. On his planned visit to Montreal.
On his lectures in the Embryology Class.
On quitting his teaching job in Woods Hole. On Holtfreter's plans for teaching.
On Hamburger's review of Needham's 'Biochemistry and Morphogenesis'. On Steinbach. On the staff for the Woods Hole embryology course.
Accepting the offer to review Needham's 'Biochemistry and Morphogenesis' for the Quarterly Review of Biology. On staff for the embryology course in Woods Hole. On new results on phosphatase distribution in the nornal chick embryo.
On his upcoming talk to Hamburger's class in Woods Hole.
On F. A. Brown's directorship of the invertebrate course at the MBL. On Jane Oppenheimer and the embryology course at Woods Hole. On Hamburger using tantalum for blocking the ingrowth of nerves into the limb bud. On Roy Gillette teaching comparative anatomy.