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Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on different experiments with information on "Pulverizing"
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus continues notes on Coelenterates and regneration
Notes from William Ballard's lecture. Trinkaus takes notes on different experiments on regeneration including information on "Poisons" and "Electricity"
Notes from Donald Costello's lecture. Trinkaus continues from the previous two pages with his series of diagrams on the development of the barnacle embryo, including information on the cell lineage
Notes from Donald Costello's lecture. Trinkaus draws a series of diagrams on the development of the barnacle embryo
Notes from Donald Costello's lecture. Trinkaus takes notes on "Astracus--Embryology of." with a series of diagrams from the zygote to several cell stage
Notes from O. Schotte's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on regeneration with information about the work of Spemann, and relates regeneration to proliferation and differentiation
Notes from O. Schotte's lecture. Trinkaus concludes his notes on regeneration with information on a regeneration experiment on the lens, and in Amphibians
Notes from O. Schotte's lecture. Trinkaus begins his notes on "Potencies in Regenerating Tissue" with information on the process of development and begins a list of "Regenerative problems" with two points, "1. Causes of regeneration" and "2. Origin of the material of the blastema"
Notes from Viktor Hamburger's lecture. Trinkaus concludes his notes for this lecture with a diagram of Crepidula
Notes from Viktor Hamburger's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes onexperimental isolation of different pieces of the embryo (with diagrams) and notes on the effects of removing and rearranging cells in the embryo
Notes from Hubert Goodrich's lecture. Trinkaus continues his notes on 'Spawning periods from page 2', and adds notes on 'Characteristics of Unvertifilzed Fundulus Egg' and 'Fertilization'. The 'Characteristics of Unfertilized Fundulus Egg' includes a diagram of the egg and the egg membrane. The 'Fertilization' includes a diagram of the first cleavage

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