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HARVARD UNIVERSITY 




LIBRARY 



MUSEUM OF COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY 



INDEX 

TO THE 

QUAETEELY JOURNAL 

OF 

MICEOSCOPICAL SCIENCE 
1853—1888 

TO THE 

TRANSACTIONS 

OF THE 

MICEOSCOPICAL SOCIETY 

1844—1852, 1853—1868 

AND TO THE 

PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

DUBLIN MICROSCOPICAL CLUB 

1865—1880. 




LONDON 
J. & A. CHURCHILL 

11, NEW BURLINGTON STREET 

^ 1889. 



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PEE FACE. 



The various headings under which the contents of the 
earlier volumes of the 'Quarterly Journal of Microscopical 
Science ' are grouped, render necessary some explanation of 
the system on which the present Index has been arranged. 
Its chief features, to which I have as far as possible adhered, 
are the following : 

The names of Authors of original communications, whether 
published only in the Journal or ' Transactions,^ or reported 
on as translations or abstracts, are indexed in thick capitals ; 
the successive papers of a particular author are arranged and 
numbered in chronological sequence; and the full title, and 
reference to the volume and page, are given in each case. 

The names of Subjects are printed in the same alphabetical 
series with those of the authors, but in ordinary type ; refer- 
ence is made to the author's name, and to the number assigned 
to that one of his papers which deals with the subject. Thus, 
on finding under " Teleostei " 

Teleostei, so-called pronephros, Balfour 
(18). 

reference is made to Balfour's eighteenth paper, 

BALFOUR, F. M. (18). On the nature 
of the organ in adult Teleosteans 
and Ganoids, which is usually re- 
garded as the head kidney or pro- 
nephros, xxii, 12-16. 



IV PREFACE 

Exceptions are made in the case of unsigned notes, for 

example, 

OitUum, xii, 158. 

and in that of systematic papers in several parts, or in more 
than one volume ; here the author, the number of the paper, 
and the actual reference in the Journal are all given under the 
name of the subject, thus, 

Actiiiophrys, Archer (25) xvi, 297. 

In the case of reviews, the name of the author of the book is 
printed in ordinary type, and no subject-references are made. 

Carpenter ; Introduction to the study 
of the Foraminifera (review), ii, 
297-301. 

For convenience of reference the subjects have been gene- 
rally grouped under large heads, such as the names of classes 
and orders. Thus complete references will be found under 
the heads — Oligochseta, Polychseta, Polyzoa, Nemertiua, &c. 

To the Proceedings of various Societies recorded in the 
Journal no reference is made, except in the case of the 
Dublin ]Microscopical Club, a separate Index to which will 
be found at the end of the volume. 

With respect to the Quarterly Chronicle of Microscopical 
Science, subject-references are given only in tlie case of the 
longer and more important abstracts. 

While genera are almost invariably indexed, a partial excep- 
tion is made in the case of Diatomacese, a complete catalogue 
of which is in preparation from another source. Reference is 
rarely made to species. 



The connection between the '' Quarterly Journal of 
Microscopical Science ' and the Microscopical Society of 



PEEFAOE V 

London was originally so intimate, that it was thought ad- 
visable to index those volumes of the Society's ' Transactions ' 
which were issued with, and have generally been bound with, 
the Journal ; further, a short Index to the three volumes of 
'Transactions' which were published before the appearance 
of the Journal has been separately compiled, and will be 
found at the end of the larger one. The complete series of 
publications is thus composed : 

Example of reference. 

Transactions of the Microscopical So- [Indexed separately.] 

ciety of London. Vols, i-iii, 1844- 

1852. 
Transactions of the Microscopical So- (Transactions) vi, 34-39. 

ciety of London. New Series, 

vols, i-xvi, 1853-1868. 
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical vi (o. s.), 14-17. 

Science. [Old Series.] Vols, i- 

viii, 1853-1860. 
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical x, 367-380. 

Science. New Sei'ies, vols, i- 

xxviii, 1861-1888. 

The old series of the Journal is indicated by the letters 
(o. s.) ; where a volume is not indicated by any qualifying 
letters, the new series is intended. 

In 1868 the connection between the Journal and the Society 
ceased. The ' Transactions/ vols, ix-xvi, are generally bound 
with the Journal, vols, i-viii of the new series ; hence, in 
order to shorten the labour of finding a particular reference, 
the Table on the next page has been appended. 



The untiring assistance of my wife has greatly lightened 
the labour of preparing this Index, which deals with thirty- 
six volumes, or nearly thirteen thousand pages. 

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INDEX 

TO THE 

QUARTERLY JOURNAL 

OP 

MICEOSCOPICAL SCIENCE 

1853—1888 

AND TO THE 

TRANSACTIONS 

OF THE 

MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY 

1853—1868. 



INDEX. 



ABBEY, "W. (1). Notes on organic 

structure as illustrated by means 

of dyes, iv, 269-278. 
ABBOTT, J. (1). Scalariform ducts in 

the Prothalli of Ferns, xiv, 401, 

402. 
Abrotliallus, Lindsay (1). 
Acanthocephali, see Echinorhynchus. 
Acanthocystis, Archer (15) ix. 252 and 

X, 26 J (16) J (25) xvi, 361. 

— development, xviii, 205-208. 
Acanthodrilus ; nepliridia, Beddard (2). 
Acaridie; mandibles, Hepworth (4). 
Acari in AgNOg, Maddox (1). 

— in Coluniba, Robertson (1). 

— " partbenogenetic " reproduction, 

Beck (13). 
Acharadria ; gen. n., T. S. Wrigbt (4). 
Achlya ; zoospores, Hartog (4). 
Achyla, Archer (12). 
Acinetaria, H. Cienkowski (1). 

— Ophryodendron, T. S. Wright (1), 

Hincks (6). 

— various, T. S. Wrigbt (2). 

— Acineta, reproduction, H. Cien- 

kowski (1). 
Actinia; fissiparity, Hogg (3). 
Actiniaria ; colouring matters, Moseley 

(7, 9)._ 

— Panceria, Andres (1). 
Actinolophus, Archer (25) xvii, 72. 
Actinophsenia, Sliadbolt (4). 
Actinophrys, Archer (25) xvi, 297 ; 

Kolliker (1), Boswell (1). Weston 

. (!)• 
Actinosphserium, Archer (25) xvi, 301. 

Actinor.rocha, sea Phoronis. 

ADDISON, W. (1). On changes of 
form in the red corpuscles of 
human blood, i, 81-86; and 
(Transactions) ix, 20-24, pi. iii. 

— — (2). On changes in the proper- 

ties of the red corpuscles of human 
blood in relation to fever, i, 166- 
175. 

2 



Adenopleura; gen. n., Macalister (3). 
Adulteration ; detection, Sorby (2). 
JDlodiceros [?] larva, Moseley (10). 
Aeolis, &c., see Eolis. 
^quorea, T. S. Wright (4). 
Aecidia; of Ranunculus, Plowright (1). 
Agama ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer 

Agardh ; Epicrisis Systematis Floi'i- 
dearum (review), xvi, 407-411, 

Agaricus; reproduction. Oersted (1). 

Agelena ; development, Balfour (15), 

Aggregation, Darwin (3). 

Alcyonaria, see Octactiniffi. 

ALDER, J. (1). On a new species of 
Bugula. V (o. s.), 174, 175, (Zoo- 
phytology) pi. xvii, figs. 1-4. 

— — (2). Descriptions of new British 

Polyzoa, with remarks on some 
imperfectly known species, iv, 95 
-109, pis. ii-v. 
Algae; antherozoa, Itzigsohn (1). 

— Gotland and Oland, Wittrock (1). 

— Valdieri, Moggridge (1). 

— in Californian hot spring. Wood 

(1). 

— reproduction, Druce (2), Lindsay 

(4), xii, 73-77, Pringsheim (1, 2), 
Cohn (1), xiv, 290. 

— — &c., Stephanospbsera, Archer (9). 

— — Chlorosphsera, Henfrey (4). 

— — and classification, Braun (2). 

— Palmellacese, Hicks (7, 8). 

— various. Archer (11, 20, 24). 

— stellate bodies, W. Smith (1). 

— see also under Fungi, Lichens, &c. 
Alimentary canal ; histology, Watney 

Alkaloid sublimates, Guy (3). 

ALLEN, T. F. (1). Microscopy, viii, 
280. 

Allman ; A Monograph of the Fresh- 
water Polyzoa (review), vi (o. s.), 
36-43. 

— A Monograph of the Gymnoblastic 

or Tubularian Hydroids, part i 
(review), xii, 63-67. 



ALL ANA 



ALLMAN, G. J. (1). Remarks on the 
involution theory of the starch 
granule, and on the probable 
structure of this body, ii (o. s.), 
163-172, pi. vi. 

(2). Observations on Aphanizo- 

menon flosaquse, and a species of 
Peridinea. iii (o. s.), 21-25, pi. iii. 
— — (3). On the occurrence among 
the Infusoria of peculiar organs 
resembling thread-cells, iii (o. s.), 
177-179, pi. X, figs. 11-18. 

(4). On the peculiar appendage 

of Appendicularia styled "Haus" 
by Mertens. vii (o. s.), 86-89, pi. 
vi, fig. 18. 

(5). On the Structure of Car- 

duella cyathiformis, a contribution 
to our knowledge of the Lucerna- 
riadffi. (Transactions) viii, 125- 
128, pi. v. 

(6). On Rhabdopleura, a new 

form of Polyzoa, from deep-sea 
dredging in Shetland, ix, 57-63, 
pi. viii. 

(7). On a mode of reproduction 

by spontaneous fission in the Hy- 
droida. xi, 18-21, pi. ii. 

(8). Remarks on Prof. Schultze's 

memoir on Cordylophora lacustris. 
xii, 35-40. 

(9). Notes on Noctiluca. xli, 

326-332, pi. xviii. 

(10). On the homology of the 

gonangium in the genus Hale- 
cium. xiii, 55-58. 

(il)' Some account of Kleinen- 

berg's researches on the anatomy 
and development of Hydra, xiv, 
1-18. 
Allomorphina, Brady (3) xis, 281. 
Allurus, Beddard (1). 
d'ALQUEN, F. (1). A few remarks on 
a paper read before the Royal 
Society by Dr. J. W. Griffith, on 
the Angular Aperture of Object- 
glasses, iii (o. s.), 43-49 ; cf . 246. 
— — (2). Notes on the structure of 
Oscillatoriffi, with a description of 
a new species, possessing a most 
remarkable locomotive power, not 
cilia, iv (o. s.), 245-260, pi. xiv, 
figs. 1-15. 
Alysidota, iv (o. s.), 310. 
Amanita; protrusion of protoplasm, 

Darwin (5). 
Ameina ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 
Ammodiscus, Brady (3) xxi, 51. 



Amnion of Peripatus, Selater (1). 
Amoeba tcrricola, Gagliardi (1). 

— blattfc ; sp. n., Hiitschli (1). 

— relation to antherozooids and bac- 

teria, Currey (4). 

— in human intestine, D. D. Cunning- 

hum (2). 
Amcebidium, iii, 73, 74. 
Amphibia ; cutaneous glands, Rainey 

(5). 

— circulation in Tadpole, Whitney (1). 

— metamorphosis in Tadpole, Whit- 

ney(2). 

— nerve terminations, xvii, 455. 

— olfactory organ, A. M. Marshall, 

(2). 

— development of Triton, W. B. Scott 
(1), Iwakawa (1), Johnson (2, 3). 

— spermatozoon, Gibbes (1), Dowdes- 

well (4). 

— hermaphroditism, A. G. Bourne (5). 
Amphidotus, D. Robertson (1). 
Amphihelia, Fowler (1), part iv. 
Amphineura j morphology, Hubrecht 

(4). 
Amphioxus; spinal nerves, Balfour 
(14). 

— structure, E. R. Lankester (28). 

— lurainar tissue, Pouchet (2). 
Amphipleura ; markings, Hendry (3, 5), 

Sullivan (1). 
Amphipoda ; urinary organs, W. B. 

Spencer (1). 
Amphiporus ; vascular and nephridial 

systems, Oudemans (1). 

— general anatomy, M'Intosh (5). 
Amphiprora, Walker- A rnott (5), Don- 
kin (3), Barkas (5). 

— 5 sp. n., O'Meara (4). 
Amphitrema; gen. n.. Archer (15) x, 

20 ; and x, 122. 
Amphiura; apical plates, P. H. Car- 
penter (10). 
Ampliizonella, Archer (16). 
Amphfira, Walker-Arnott (4, 5). 
Amyloid degeneration, Virchow (5). 
AMYOT, T. E. (1). The finder, i 

(o. s.), 302, 303. 
(2). Finders and indicators, iv 

(o. s.), 151-153; cf. iv (o. s.), 

243. 
Anabas ; labvrinthine apparatus, Zog- 

rafP (1)." 
Anacbaris ; cyclosis, Lawson (1, 2) 

Wenham (10). 

— formation of cells, Wenham (12). 

— silica in cells, Branson (1). 
Anal respiration, Hartog (2, 3). 



AND — AEG 



3 



ANDRES, A. (1). On a new genus and 
species of Zoanthiua malacoder- 
mata (Panccria spongiosa, sp. n.). 
xvii, 221-226, pi. xvi. 

Angiopteris ; apex of root, Bowei' (7). 

Angiospeims J development of , McNab 

— pollen-bodies, Elfving (1). 
Angiostomum, Mecznikow (2). 
Anguilla ; orifices in head, Houghton 

(5). 
Anguis ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 
Anisonema, Biitschli (1). 
Ankistrodesrans, Archer (6). 
Annelida and Platyhelminthes ; ne- 

phridia, Beddard (1). 

— and Vertebrata, see Vertebrata, 

ancestry. 
Anodon ; gills. Peck (1). 
Anodonta; Glochidium, Houghton (4). 
Anolis ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 
Antedon, see Coniatula. 
Authea; chroinatology, MacMunn (2). 
Antherozooids ; in general, Schacht 

(2). 

— relation to bacteria, Amoeba, &c., 

Currey (4). 
Anthocaris, Woufor (1) part ii. 
Anthomyia, Houghton (3). 
Anthozoa, see Actiniaria, Octactiniae, 

Madreporaria. 
Anthrax, T. R. Lewis (4). 
Anticosti, deep-water fauna, xiii, 84- 

85. 
Antophysa, Biitschli (1). 
Aphanizomenon, Allman (2). 
Aphides; colouring matters, Sorhy 

(5) ; development, vi, 253; vii, 213. 
Apbrocallistes, Wright (2). 
Apiocystis, Henfrey (4). 
Aplysia, Martini (1). 
Appendicularidaj ; metamerism, E. E. 

Laukester (54). 

— anatomical notes, Huxley (8), Kent 

(3). 

— house, Allman (4), 

— heart and muscles, E. K. Laukester 

(23). 
Apus ; appendagesand nervous system, 
E. R. Laukester (50). 

— nervous system, Pelseueer (1). 
Aquaria, marine; iii (o. s.), 315, 316. 
Arachnida ; eoxal gland as nephridium, 

Gulland (1). 

— circulatory system, Blanchard (1). 

— Acari in AgNOg, Maddox (1). 
sp. n., C. Kobertjon (1), Mac- 

alister (2, 3). 



Arachnida — 

parthenogenesis. Beck (13). 

— general relations, E. R. Laukester 

(51), Kingsley (1). 

— eye, E. R. Laukester (55). 

— skeletotrophic tissues and coxal 

glands, E. R. Laukester (57). 

— Pentastomum, Leuckart (2). 

— see also Limulus, Scorpio, Ara- 

neida. 
Arachnoidiscus, Hutton (1), Suffolk 

(2), Walker- Arnott (3, 5). 
Aranchula, Archer (25) xvii, 347. 
Araneida ; web, Beck (6). 

— development, Balfour (15). 
Area ; gills. Peck (1). 

— eyes, Carriere (1). 
Arcella, Archer (25) xvii, 79. 
Archebiosis, see Heterogenesis. 
ARCHER, W. (1) & N. V. DIXON. 

Description of two new species of 
Staurastrum, a new genus and 
species of Desmidiacese, and some 
cases of abnormal growth of 
Desmidiacese. viii (o. s.), 75-93, 
pi. vii. 
(2). On the occurrence of zoo- 
spores in the family Desmidiacese, 
viii (o. s.), 215-239, pi. xi. 

— — (3). On Closterium aciculare. 

ii, 31-35. 

(4). Description of a new species 

of Micnisterias, with remarks on 
the distinctions between Micras- 
teri;is rotata and M. denticulata. 
ii, 236-247, pi. xii, figs. 1-10. 

— — (5). Description of a new species 

of Cosmaritim, of Staurastrum, of 
two new species of Closterium and 
of Spirotseuia. ii, 247-255, pi. xii, 
figs. 11-43. 

(6). On a new (?) species of 

Askistrodesmus, with remarks in 
connection tlierewith as regards 
Closterium Griflithii and C. sub- 
tile, ii, 255-261, pi. xii, figs. 44- 
62. 

(7). An endeavour to identify 

PaimoglcEa macrococca, with de- 
scription of the plant believed to 
be meant, aud of a new species, 
both, however, referable rather to 
the genus Mesotajuium. iv, 109- 
132, pi. vi, figs, 1-31. 

(8). Description of two new 

species of Cosmarium, of Peninm, 
aud of Arthrodesmus, iv, 174-182, 
pi. vi, figs. 32-55. 



AEG — AST 



ARCHER, W.— 

(9). Record of the occurrence, 

new to Ireland, with note of a 
peculiar condition of the Volvo- 
cinaceons Alga, Stephanosphaera 
pluvialis, and observations thereon. 
V, 116-132, and v, 185-200. 

(10). Observations on Micras- 

terias mahabuleshwarensis and 
Docidium pristidaj. v, 255-262. 

— — (11)- Observations on the genera 

Cylindi'ocystis, Mesotsenium, and 
Spirotsenia, mainly induced by a 
paper by Dr. J. Braxton Hicks on 
the lower forms of Algae, vi, 
203-224. 

(12). On two new species in 

Saprolegnieae, referable respec- 
tively to the genus Saprolegnia 
and Achj'la. vii, 121-127, pi. vi. 

— ■ — ■ (13). Note on "Asteridia" oc- 

curring in Penium digitus, vii, 
188-186, pi. viii. 

— — (14). On the conjugation of 

Spirotaenia condensata and of Spi- 
rotaenia truncata. vii, 186-193, 
pi. viii. 

(15)- On some freshwater Rhi- 

zopoda, new or little known, is, 
250-271, pis. xvi, xvii; ix, 386- 
397, pi. xx; X, 17-34 and 101-124. 

— — (16). On some freshwater Rhi- 

zopoda, new or little known. — Fas- 
ciculus ii, on AmpLizonella vestita 
(sp. nov.), Acanthocystis spinifera, 
and Plagiophrys sphaerica. xi, 107 
-151, pis. vi, vii. 

(17). Notice of the genus Te- 

trapedia, and of two kindred new 
forms, xii, 351-366, pi. xxi. 

(18)- On a minute Nostoc with 

spores, with brief notice of recently 
published observations on Collema, 
&c. xii, 367-374. 

(19)- A resume of recent views 

respecting the nature of Lichens, 
xiii, 217-235, pis. ix, x. 

(20). A resume of recent obser- 
vations on parasitic Algae, xiii, 
366-377. 

(21). A further resume of recent 

observations on the " Gonidia 
question." xiv, 115-139. 

(22). On Apotheria occurring in 

some Scytonematous and Sirosi- 
phonaceous Algae, in addition to 
those previously known, xv, 27- 
37, pi. iii. 



ARCHER, W.— 

— — (23). On Ciilamydomyxa laby- 

rinthuloides, nov. gen. et sp., a 
new freshwater sarcodic organism. 
XV, 107-130, pis. vi, vii. 

— — (24). Reinsch's Contributiones 

ad Algologiam et Fungologiara. 
xvi, 96-102. 

— — (25). Resume of recent contri- 

butions to our knowledge of 
" Freshwater Rhizopoda." — Parts 
I-II, Heliozoa ; xvi, 283-309, pis. 
xxi, xxii ; and xvi, 347-376. — Part 
III, Heliozoa and Monothalamia ; 
xvii, 67-80. — Part IV, Monotha- 
lamia ; xvii, 107-124, pi. viii ; 197- 
204, pi. xiii; and 330-353, pi. xxi. 

(26). Recent observations on 

Botrydium granulatum. xviii, 446 
-453. 

Archerina; gen. n., E. R. Lankester (60) . 

Archives de Zoologie Experimentale et 
Generale, Nos. 1 and 2, 1872 (re- 
view), xii, 290-295. 

Arenicola, J. T. Cunningham (8). 

Argynnis, Wonfor (1) part ii. 

Arrectores pili. Lister (2), Webb (2). 

Arsenious acid; crystals, Guy (1). 

Arthroderma ; gen. n., Currey (1), 
Archer (8). 

Arthropoda, phylogeny, E. R. Lan- 
kester (51). 

— see Crustacea, Insecta, &c. 
Ascaris ; in Carcinus, M'Intosh (1). 

— nigrovenosa, Mecznikow (2), cf. vi, 

100-104. 

— dactyluris, Macalister (1). 
Ascaroides, Barthelemy (1). 
Aschemonella ; gen. n., Brady (3) xix, 

44. 
Ascidiacea; affinities to Vertebrata, x, 
59-69. 

— preservation, xii, 162. 

— ciliated pit, Sheldon (1). 

— test, Huxley (2), Schacht (1). 

— Doliolum, Moss (1). 

— circulation, Pavesi (1). 

— phosphorescence, Panceri (3). 
Ascomycetes; sexuality of. Vines (5). 
Astacus ; development, T. J. Parker 

(1). 
Astasia, Biitschli (1). 
Asteracanthion, Wyville Thomson (1). 
Asteridia ; in Penium, Archer (13). 
Asterina (Pvreuomycetes) [?J, H. M. 

Ward (3). 
Asteroidea, embryology, W. Thomson 

(!)• 



AST — BAL 



Asterolampra, Greville (7). 

— Barbadoes, Greville (9). 
Asterosporiuiii, Currey (3). 
Astrococeiis, Archer (25) xvi, 351. 
Astrodisculus, Ai-cher (15) x, 113 and 

(25) xvi, 348. 
Astrorhiza, Brady (3) xix, 42 and xxi, 

47 J W. B. Carpenter (5). 
Atmospheric dust, Pouchet (1, 2, 3), 

Samuelson (1). 
Atractis, Macalister (1). 
Atractylis, T. S. Wright (4). 
Attheya, West (3). 

Atyephira ; development, Ishikawa (1). 
Auditory ossicles, DoUo (1). 
Auerbach's plexus, Klein (5). 
Auliscus, Greville (10). 
Aulostoma, A. G. Bourne (6), Whitman 

(3). 
Aves ; development of spinal nerves, 

Paterson (1). 

— reputed, from Stonesfield, Dennis 

(2). 

— relations of pelvic girdle, Johnson 

— see also Chick. 
Avicularia (Polyzoa), Busk (4). 
AYERS, H. (1). On the structure and 

function of the SphiEridia of the 
Echinoidea. xxvi, 39-52, pi. v. 

AYRES, P. B. (1). On certain peculiar 
structures in the placenta of the 
bitch, i (o. s.), 299, 300. 

(2). Vibriones. i (o. s.), 300, 

301. 



B. 



BABER, E. C. (1). Note on " Picro- 
carmiuate of Ammonia." xiv, 251- 
253. 

(2). On the lymphatics and 

parenchyma of the thyroid gland 
of the dog. xvii, 204-212, pi. 
xiv. 

BaoilLiria, Douglas (1), Barkas (1). 

Bacilli, &c., see Bacteria. 

Bacteria ; anthrax, xiv, 288-289 j xx, 
374-376; Klein (25, 26), Ewart(l). 

— cholera, xxvi, 303-316. 

— classification. Bell (1). 

— relation to Torula and Penicillium, 

Huxley (14) 

— cultivation, xxi, 650-654. 

— in decomposing urine, W. R. Smith 

.(I)- 

— in water, Sanderson (1). 

— leprosy, Hansen (1). 



Bacteria — 

— on beet-root, E. R. Lankester (38). 

— general, Cohn (G), Lister (7), W. 

Roberts (2), Dowdeswell (1), 
Klein (14, 25), E. R. Lankester 
(37), Waldstein (1); also xvii, 
80-92, xx, 106-109, viii, 33. 

— pleomorphism, E. R. Lankester (63). 

— relation to antherozooids and 

Amceba, Currey (4). 

— rubescens, E. R. Lankester (20, 29, 

31) J also xiv, 399-400, xvi, 102- 
103, xxiii, 265-267. 

— septicaemia, Dowdeswell (3). 

— sheep-pox, Klein (7) ; xvi, 412, 413. 

— staining, Hankin (1). 

— see also Haematozoa, Fermentation, 

Fungi. 

Bacteriastrum, Lauder (1). 

Bacteriopurpurin, E. R. Lankester (20, 
29). 

BADDELEY, W. H. C. (1). On some 
Diatomaceae that are found in 
Noctiluca miliaria, and the best 
means of obtaining them. (Trans- 
actions) vi, 79, 80. 

BAILEY, J. W. (1). On a new animal- 
cule, i (o. s.), 295-299. 

(2). Microscopical examination 

of deep soundings from the Atlan- 
tic Ocean, iii (o. s), 89-91. 

(3). On some new localities of 

fossil Diatomaceae. iii (o. s.), 91, 
92. 

(4). On a universal indicator for 

microscopes. iv (o. s.), 55-62, 
pi. V. 

(5). Remarks on Mr. Wenham's 

paper, " On Aperture of Object- 
glasses." iv (o. s.), 160-162. 

— • — (6). New method of disinteg- 

rating masses of fossil Diatomaceae. 
iv (o. s.), 302, 303. 

(7). On the non-existence of 

polarizing Silica in the organic 
kingdoms, iv (o. s.), 303-305. 

(8). On some specimens of deep 

sea bottom, from the Sea of Kamt- 
schatka. iv (o. s.), 305, 306. 

— - — (9). On the origin of Green- 
sand, and its formation in the 
oceans of the present epoch, v 
(o. s.), 83-87. 

— — see W. H. HARVEY (1). 
Balanoglossus ; development, Bateson 

(1, 2, 3), Balfour (17). 

— affinities, Bateson (2, 4), Hubrecht 

(7), J. T. Cunningham (8). 



BAL BAS 



Balbiani; Oa True Sexual Reproduc- 
tion in the Infusoria (review), ii, 
176-196, and ii, 285-292. 

BALFOUR, P. M. (1). The develop- 
ment and growth of the layers of 
the blastoderm. x.ii, 266-276, 
pis. xi, xii, figs. 4-7- 

(2). On the disappearance of 

the primitive groove in the embryo 
Chick, xiii, 276-2S0, pis. xii (figs. 
1-3) and xiii. 

— — (3). The development of the 

blood-vessels of the Chick, xiii, 
280-290, pis. xiv, XV. 

— — (4). A preliminary account of 

the development of the Elasmo- 
branch fislies. xiv, 323-364, pis. 
xiii-xv. 

(5). A comparison of the early 

stages in the development of Ver- 
tebrates. XV, 207-226, pi. X. 

— — (6). On the phenomena accom- 

panying the maturation and im- 
pregnation of the ovum, xviii, 
109-131. 

— — (7). Recent researches on the 

nervous system of the Medusae, 
xviii, 340-344. 
(8). On the structure and deve- 
lopment of the Vertebrate ovary, 
xviii, 383-438, pis. xvii-xix. 

— — (9). The early developmental 

changes in the Reptilian ovum, 
xviii, 454, 455. 

(10) & A. SEDGWICK. On the 

existence of a head-kidney in the 
embryo chick, and on certain 
points in the development of the 
Miillerian duct, xix, 1-20, pis. i, ii. 

(11)- O" the morphology and 

systematic position of the Spon- 
gida. xix, 103-109. 

(12). On the early development 

of the Lacertilia, together with 
some observations on tlie nature 
and relations of the primitive 
streak, xix, 421-430, pi. xix. 

— — (13). On certain points in the 

anatomy of Peripatus capensis. 
xix, 431-433. 

— — (14). On the spinal nerves of 

Amphioxus. xx, 90, 91. 
(15). Notes on the development 

of tlie Araneina. xx, 167-189, 

pis. xix-xxi. 
(16). On the structure and 

homologies of the germinal layers 

of the embryo, xx, 247-272. 



BALFOUR, F. M.— 

(17)- Larval forms : their na- 
ture, origin, and afiiiiities. xx, 
381-407. 

(18). On the nature of the organ 

in adult Teleosteaus and Ganoids, 
which is usually regarded as tlie 
head-kidney or pronephros, xx.i, 
12-16. 

(19) & F, DEIGHTON. A re- 
newed study of the germinal layers 
of the chick, xxii, 176-188, pis. 
xiii-xv. 

— — (20). The anatomy and develop- 

ment of Peripatus capensis. xxiii, 

213-259, pis. xiii-xx. 
Balfour, F. M. ; obituary, xxii, 339. 
BARKAS, T. P. (1). Notes on Bacil- 

laria cursoria. v, 252-254. 
(2). Maltwood's finder, v, 286, 

287. 

— — (3). Count Francisco Castra- 

cane's new method of illumination, 
vi, 48, 49. 

(4). The Stanhoscope. vi, 263, 

264. 

— — (5). Oa Pleurosigma, Donkinia, 

Toxonidea, and Amphiprora. vii, 
8-13. 

Barkas ; Illustrated Guide to the 
Fish, Amphibian, Reptilian, and 
Supposed Mammalian Remains of 
the Northumberland Carbonifer- 
ous Strata (review), xiii, 426. 

BARKER, J. (1). A new microscopic 
growing stage, vii, 11-13. 

(2). On anopencompressorium. 

xi, 23-25. 

BARRETT, J. W. (1). The preparation 
of the eye for histological exami- 
nation, xxvi, 607-621. 

Barry ; Oa the Structure of the Mus- 
cular Fibril, and the Muscularity 
of Cilia (review), ii (o. s.), 116- 
118. 

BARTHELEMY, M. A. (1). Notice of 
the occurrence of a Nematoid para- 
site in the ovum of Limax griseus 
(transl.). vii (o. s.), 239. 

de BARY, A. (1). The Mycetozoa, a 
contribution towards the know- 
ledge of the lowest animals 
(transl.). viii (o. s.), 97-101. 

BASTIAN, H. C. (1). On the so-called 
Pacchionian bodies. (Transactions) 
xiv, 86-99, pi. X. 



BAS — BEA 



Bastian ; The Beginnings of Life, being 
some Account of the Nature, 
Modes of Origin, and Transfor- 
mations of Lower Organisms (re- 
view), xiii, 59-74. 

Bate and Westwood ; A History of 
British Sessile-eyed Crustacea (re- 
view), ii, 114, 115. 

BATESON, W. (1). The early stages in 
the development of Balanoglossus 
(sp. incert.). xxiv, 208-236, pis. 
xviii-xxi. 

(2). The later stages in the de- 
velopment of Balanoglossus kowa- 
levskii, with a suggestion as to the 
affinities of the Enteropneusta. 
XXV (supplement), 81-122, pis. iv- 
ix. 

(3), Continued account of the 

later stages in the development of 
Balanoglossus kowalevskii, and of 
the morphology of the Entero- 
pneusta. xxvi, 511-533, pis. 
xxviii-xxxiii. 

(4). The ancestry of the Chor- 

data. xxvi, 535-571. 

Bathybius, Huxley (13) ; x, 291 ; xi, 
61, 62 ; xiv, 97 ; xv, 390-392. 

BAIIR, A. (1). On the ossification of the 
primordial cartilage (transl.). vi 
(o. s.), 26-31. 

(2). On Chitine (transl.). viii 

(o. s.), 264-268. 

BAUR, G. (1). On the quadrate in the 
Mammalia (transl.). xxviii, 169- 
180. 

Bdellostoma, head-kidney, Weldon (2). 

BEALE, L. S. (1). New methods of con- 
structing the thin glass and built 
cells for preserving objects in fluid, 
i (o. s.), 54-56. 

(2). On the importance of recog- 
nising substances of extraneous 
origin when they occur in urine, 
and of distinguishing them from 
those bodies which enter into the 
composition of urinary sediments, 
i (o. s.), 92-97. 

(3). Method of applying chemi- 
cal re-agents to minute quantities 
of matter, ii (o. s.), 58, 59. 

(4). A simple form of portable 

microscope, with lever adjvistment, 
which may be adapted to several 
different purposes. (Transactions) 
iv, 13, 14, pis. ii, iii. 



BEALE, L. S.— 

(5). Lectures on the Structure 

and Growth of the Tissues of the 
Human Body (abstract), i, 183- 
195; 1,235-264; ii, 1-26 j and ii, 
75-96. 

(6). On a portable field- or 

clinical microscope. (Transactions) 
ix, 3, 4. 

(7). On the formation of the 

so-called intercellular substance of 
cartilage, and of its relation to the 
so-called cells ; with observations 
upon the process of ossification. 
(Transactions) xi, 95-104, pis. viii, 
ix. 

(8). On the ultimate distribu- 
tion and function of very line 
nerve-fibres, iv, 11-17. 

(9). On " Contractility " as 

distinguished from purely vital 
movements, iv, 182-188. 

(10). Observations upon the 

nature of the red blood-corpuscle. 
(Transactions) xii, 32-43, pis. vi, 
vii. 

— • — (11). On the germinal matter 

of the blood, with remarks upon 
the formation of fibrin. (Transac- 
tions) xii, 47-63, pi. ix. 
(12). On the structure and for- 
mation of the sarcolemma of 
striped muscle, and of the exact 
relation of the nerves, vessels, and 
air-tubes (in the case of insects) 
to the contractile tissue of muscle. 
(Transactions) xii, 34-108, pis. xiv, 

XV. 

— - — (13). Microscopical researches 
on the cattle-plague, vi, 141-148. 

— — (14). On nutrition from a mi- 

croscopical point of view. (Trans- 
actions) XV, 75-85. 

(15). On the germinal matter 

of the ovarian ova of the Stickle- 
back. (Transactions) xv, 85, 86, 
pi. vii. 

(16). New observations upon 

the minute anatomy of the papillae 
of the frog's tongue, ix, 1-18, pis. 
i-iv. 

(17). Facts bearing on the 

structure and arrangement of a 
nervous mechanism demonstrated 
in the auricle of the frog's heart, 
ix, 152-154, pi. xiii. 



BEA BEN 



BEALE, L. S.— 

(18)- Bioplasm and its degra- 

datioQ ; with observations on the 

origin of contagious disease, x, 

209-229, pis. xi-xiv. 
Beale ; Archives of Medicine (review). 

vi (o. 8.), 114-116. 

— How to Work with the Micro- 

scope (review), vi (o. s.), 43-49; 
(review of 3rd edition) v, 263- 
268. 

— Illustrations of the Constituents 

of Urine, Urinary Deposits, and 
Calculi (review), vi (o. s.) 256. 

— The Microscope, and its Appli- 

cation to Clinical Medicine (re- 
view), ii (o. s.) 267-272 ; (review 
of 2nd edition) vii (o. s.), 110, 
111. 

— see CIACCIO (1). 

BEAED, J. (1). The system of branchial 
sense organs and their associated 
ganglia in Ichthyopsida, a contri- 
bution to the ancestral history of 
Vertebrates. xxvi, 95-156, pis. 
viii-x. 

BEARDSLEY, A. (1). On a Diatomace- 
ous deposit in Leven Water, near 
Coniston. v (o. s.), 146, 147. 

BECK, K. (1). Remarks on the Uni- 
versal Screw." vii (o. s.), 92-97 ; 
of. viii (o. s.), 103, 104. 

(2). On the metamorphoses of 

a Coccus found upon oranges. 
(Transactions) ix, 47-49, pi. v. 

(3). On the scales of some 

species of Thysanura, and more 
especially the value as test-objects 
of those scales hitherto considered 
as belonging to Podura plumbea. 
ii, 122-125. 

(4). A description of the Uni- 
versal Achromatic Microscope. 
(Transactions) x, 11-16, pis. v, vi. 

(5). On a Coccus upon a rose- 
bush. (Transactions) x, 16, 17, pi. 
iv. 

(6). On the viscid lines in a 

spider's web. (Transactions) x, 17, 
18. 

(7). On the scales of Lepido- 

cyrtus hitherto termed Podura 
scales, and their value as tests 
for the microscope. (Transac- 
tions) X, 83-88, pi. X. 

(8). A revolving disc-holder 

for opaque objects. (Transactions) 
X, 101-103. 



BECK, R.— 

(9). On the illusive appearances 

produced by some transparent ob- 
jects, iv, 2-5. 

(10). Description of a new stand 

for a single microscope, with an ar- 
rangement for using the magnifiers 
with both eyes. (Transactions) xii, 
1-4. 

(11) • Description of two new 

forms of reversible compressors. 
(Transactions) xii, 4-6. 

(12)- Description of a new form 

of live-trap and parabolic reflector. 
(Transactions) xiii, 113-118. 

(13). A short description of an 

Acarus and its agamic repro- 
duction. (Transactions) xiv, 30- 
34, pi. vi. 

(14). An improved growing 

cell. (Transactions) xiv, 34, 35, 

(15). The object-glass its own 

condenser ; or, a new kind of illu- 
mination for opaque objects under 
high powers. (Transactions) xiv, 
36-39. 

(16). Beck's concentric rotat- 
ing stage, ix, 159-161. 

Beck ; A Treatise on the Construction, 
Proper Use, and Capabilities of 
Smith Beck and Beck's Achro- 
matic Microscope (review). v, 
273-275. 

BEDDARD, F. E, (1). On the anatomy 
of AUurus tetraedrus. xxviii, 365- 
371, pi. XXV. 

(2). On the occurrence of nu- 
merous nephridia in the same seg- 
ment in certain Earthworms, and 
on the relation between the excre- 
tory system in the Annelida and in 
the Platyhelminths. xxviii, 397- 
411, pis. XXX, xxsi. 

BELL, F. J. (1). An account of the 
recent researches into the history 
of the Bacteria, made by, and 
under the direction of, Professor 
Cohn. xvi, 259-278, pi. xx. 

BENEDEN, E. VAN (1). On a new 
species of Gregariua, to be called 
Gregarina gigantea. x, 51-59, pi. 
vi J see x, 290. 

(2). On the embryonic form of 

Nematobothrium filariua (transL). 
X, 136-143, pi. viii. 

(3). Researches on the develop- 
ment of the Gregarinae. xi, 242- 
260, pi. xii. 



BEN — BLA 



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BENEDEN, E. VAN— 

(4). Remarks on the structure 

of the Gregarinae. xii, 211-218, 
pi. xi. 

(5). Contributions to the his- 
tory of the germinal vesicle, and 
of the first embryonic nucleus, 
xvi, 135-182, pi. xiii. 

(6). Researches on the Dicye- 

mida3. xvii, 132-145, pi. x. 

(7). A contribution to the his- 
tory of the embryonic development 
of the Teleosteans. xviii, 41-57, 
pi. iv. 

Beneden, E. van; Researches on the 
Composition and the Significance 
of the Egg, based on the Study of 
its Mode of Formation, and of the 
first Embryonic Phenomena (Mam- 
mifers, Birds, Ci'ustacea, Worms) 
(review), x, 406-413. 

BENHAM, "W. B. (1). Studies on Earth- 
worms. No. I, xxvi, 213-301, pis. 
XV, xvi, and xvi bis. No. II, xxvii, 
77-106, pis. viii, ix. No. Ill, 
(Criodrilus lacuum), xxvii, 561- 
572, pi. xxxviii, figs. 9-19. 

BENNETT, A. W. (1). The movements 
of tlie glands of Drosera. xiii, 428, 
429. 

(2). Some account of modern 

researches into the nature of 
yeast, xv, 142-158. 

(3). On the classification of 

Cryptogams, xx, 408-412. 

(4) & MURRAY, G. A reformed 

system of terminology of the re- 
productive organs of the Crypto- 
gamia. xx, 413-420. 

BENNET, J. H. (1). An investigation 
into the structure of the Torbane- 
hill mineral, and of various kinds 
of coal, iii (o. s.), 185-198. 

— — (2). On the molecular theory 

of organisation, ii, 43-53. 
Bennet ; An Introduction to Clinical 
Medicine (review), i (o. s.), 223- 
225. 

— Clinical Lectures on the Principles 

and Practice of Medicine (review), 
vi (o. s.), 254-256. 

— Leucocy themia, or White-cell Blood, 

in Relation to the Physiology and 
Pathology of the Lymphatic Glan- 
dular System (review), i (o. s.), 
130-133. 
Bentley ; A Manual of Botany (review), 
i, 313, 314. 



BERGH, R. (1). On the existence of 
urticating filaments in the Mol- 
lnsca (trausl.). ii, 274-277. 

Bergh ; Der Organismus der Cilio- 
flagellaten, eine phylogenetische 
Studie (review by T. J. Parker), 
xxii, 416-420. 

BERKELEY, M. J. (1). Presidential 
address at the Biological Section 
of the British Association, 1868. 
viii, 233-239. 

(2). Atmospheric micrography. 

xiv, 165-171. 

(3). On the etiology of Madura- 
foot, xiv, 263-266. 

(4). On the thread blight of 

tea. XV, 130-133. 

Berkeley ; Introduction to Cryptogamic 
Botany (review), vi (o. s.), 176- 
183. 

— Outline of British Fungology (re- 

view), i, 306-310. 

BETZ, W. (1). Methods of investiga- 
ting the central nervous system 
in man (transl.). xiii, 343-350. 

Bicellaria, A. M. Norman (1). 

Bicosoeca, Biitsclili (1). 

Biddulphia, Roper (4). 

Bigenerina, Brady (3) xxi, 53. 

Biloculina, Brady (3) xxi, 67. 

BINZ, E. (1). Protoplasmic movement 
and quinine, xxiv, 682-684. 

Bioplasm, Benle (18). 

Bipalium, Moseley (11). 

BIRD, G. (1). Remarks on the pre- 
paration of the Polypidoms of 
Zoophytes for microscopical exam- 
ination, with a notice of the phe- 
nomena they exhibit with polarised 
light, i (o. s.), 85-90. 

BIRD, C. H. G. (1). Embedding in 
elder pith, for cutting sections. 
XV, 23-27. 

(2). A differential warm stage. 

XV, 372-375. 

BLANCH ARD, E. (1). Observations on 
the circulation of the blood in the 
Arachnida (transl.). i (o. s.), 279. 

BLANCHET, R. (1). Le maladie du 
vigne dans le Canton de Vaud en 
1881 (transl.). ii (o. s.), 44. 

Blastopore, significance and fate of, 
Balfour (16), Johnson (2, 3), Cald- 
well (2), Sedgwick (4), W. B. 
Spencer (2), Durham (1). 

Blatta ; circulation, Moseley (4). 

— brain, Newton (4). 

— development, Patten (1). 



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BLE — BOU 



BLEAKLEY, E. (1). Powell and Lea- 
laud's new condenser, iii (o. s.), 
92, 93. 

BLENKINS, G. E. (1). On an early 
human ovum. (Transactions) vi, 
5-9, pi. ii. 

BLOMFIELD, J. E. (1). On the deve- 
lopment of the Spermatozoa. 
Part I. Lumbricus, xx, 79-89, pi. 
vi. Part 1 1. Helix and Rana, xxi, 
415-431, pis. xxiv, xxv. 

(2) & A. G. BOURNE. On the 

occurrence of corpuscles in the red 
vascular fluid of Chsetopods. xxi, 
500, 501. 

(3). The thread-cells and epider- 
mis of Myxiue. xxii, 355-361, pi. 

XXX. 

(4). Review of recent researches 

on spermatogenesis. xxiii, 320— 
335. 

Blood ; chromatology in invertebrata, 
MacMunn (1). 

— — Rodents, Halliburton (3). 

— coagulation, Beale (11). 

— crystals, Hendry (10). 

— detection of, viii, 282-285. 

— See also Colouring Matters and 

Hffimoglobin. 
Blood-corpuscles, red — 

— action of reagents, KoHiker (4), 

Roberts (1), E. R. Lankester (15), 
xvi, 332. 

— cause of yellow colour, Johnston 

(2). 

— in snakebite, Suffolk (1), viii, 276. 

— general account, Beale (10), Boett- 

cher (1). 

— in extravasations, xvii, 297. 

— changes of form, Addison (1). 

— development, xi, 43-51, E. R. Lan- 

kester (43), Pouchet (2). 

— estimation, Ferrier (1), Hart (1). 

— granulated. Pollock (1). 

— in disease, J. B. Hicks (10), Addi- 

son (2). 

— nucleated in Mammalia, Busk (3), 

Boettcher (1). 

— of Cholojpus, Rolleston (1). 

— of Plagiostomi, Gulliver (5). 

— of Vertebrata, Dowdeswell (2). 
Blood-corpuscles, white, see Leucocytes. 
Blood ; in syphilis, xii, 169-171, Klein 

(6). 
Blood-vessels ; histology, Woodward 
(4). 

— formation, Thin (2), xii, 181. 
Bolivina, Brady (3) xxi, 56. 



BOLL, F. (1). On the structure of the 
lachrymal glands (trans!.), viii, 
262-267. 

— — (2). A contribution to the ana- 

tomy and physiology of the retina 
(transl.). xvii, 152-159. 

(3). Contributions to the phy- 
siology of vision and of the sen- 
sation of colour (transl.). xvii, 
226-232. 

Bone ; development, xviii, 198, 199 ; 
Schafer (3), Beale (7) ; xlii, 89, 
xiv, 187. 

— lymphatics of, xviii, 102. 

— medulla, xi, 292. 

— histology, Heitzmann (1). 

— structure of fossil, Dennis (1, 2, 3). 
Bonellia ; colouring matter, Sorby (7). 
Borlasia; Gregarinida, M'Intosh (2). 
BOSWELL, B,. S. (1). Remarks on Acti- 

nophrys sol. (Transactions) ii, 25, 

26. 
Botanical and Physiological Memoirs; 

Ray Society (review), ii (o. 8.), 

279. 
Botellina, Brady (3) xxi, 48. 
Botrydium, Archer (26). 
Botryospnrium, Currey (5). 
BOTTCHER, A. (1). On the minute 

structural relations of the red 

blood-corpuscles (transl.). xvii, 

377-392, pi. xxiii. 
BOURNE, A. G. (1). On the structure 

of the nephridia of the medicinal 

leech. XX, 283-302, pis. xxiv, xxv. 

— — (2). On certain methods of cut- 

ting and mounting microscopical 
sections, xxii, 334-337. 

— — (3). The central duct of the 

leech's nephridium. xxii, 337, 338. 

(4). On Haplobranchus, a new 

genus of capitobrauchiate Anne- 
lids, xxiii, 168-176, pi. ix. 

(5). On certain abnormalities in 

the common frog (Rana tempora- 
ria). — 1. The occurrence of an 
Ovotestis. — 2. Abnormalities of 
the vertebral column, xxiv, 83- 
88, pi. iv. 

(6). Contributions to the anato- 
my of the Hirudinea. xxiv, 419- 
506, pis. xxiv-xxxiv. 

(7). On the supposed communi- 
cation of the vascular system with 
the exterior in Pleurobi-anclius. 
xxv, 429-432 pi. xxix. 

see BLOMFIELD (2) and E. R. 

LANKESTER (55, 56). 



BOU — BRI 



n 



BOURNE G. C. (1). The anatomy of 
the Madreporarian coral Fimgia. 
xxvii, 293-324, pis. xx'rii-xxv. 

(2). Ou the anatomy of Mussa 

and Eaiihyllia,and the morpliology 
of the Madreporarian skeleton, 
xxviii, 21-51, pis. iii, iv. 

(3). Kleinenberg on the deve- 
lopment of Lopadorhynchus. xxviii, 
531-546. 

BOWDITCH, H. P. (1). The lymph- 
spaces in fasciaj; a new method 
of injection, xiv, 91, 92. 

BOWER, F. 0. (1). On the development 
of the conceptacle in the fucaeese. 
XX, 36-49, pi. V. 

(2). On the germination and his- 
tology of the seedling of Welvvits- 
cliia mirabilis. xxi, 15-30, pis. iii, iv. 

(3). On the further development 

of Welwitschia mirabilis. xxi, 
571-594, pis. xxxii, xxxiii. 

(4). The germination and em- 

bryogenyof Gnetum gnemon. xxii, 
278-298, pi. XXV. 

(5). On Plasmolysis and its 

bearing upon the relations be- 
tween cell wall and protoplasm, 
xxiii, 151-167, pi. viii. 

(6). On recent researches into 

the origin and morphology of 
chlorophyll corpuscles and allied 
bodies, xxiv, 237-254, pi. xxii. 

— — (7). Ou the apex of the root in 

Osmunda and Todea. xxv, 75-103, 
pis. viii, ix. 

— — (8). Correction of an error as 

to the morphology of Welwitschia 
mirabilis. xxv, 105, 106. 

BOWERBANK, J. S. (1). On the or- 
ganisation of Grrantia ciliata. 
(Transactions) vii, 79-84, pi. v. 

Brachionus; figured, &c., Huxley (1). 

Brachiopoda, relations to Polyzoa, 
Hariner (1). 

BRADY, G. S. (1). Description of an 
Eutomostracau inhabiting a coal 
mine, ix, 23, 24, pi. vi. 

BRADY, H. B. (1). On the seed of 
Dictyoloma peruviana. (Transac- 
tions) ix, 65-67, pi. vii. 

(2). On some Foraminifera from 

the Loo Choo Islands, xvi, 404-406. 

— — (3). Notes on some of the Reti- 

cularian Rhizopoda of the " Chal- 
lenger" expedition, xix, 20-63, 
pis. iii-v ; and xix, 261-299, pi. 
viii; and xxi, 31-71. 



Brain ; histology, Cleland (2) 
Brauchellion, A. G. Bourne (6). 
Branchial clefts, see Visceral clefts. 

— sense organs. Beard (1). 
BRANSON, P. (1). Structure of Ana- 

charis alsiuastrum. ii (o. s.), 131 
132. 

(2). Prevention of glare from 

artificial light, iii (o. s.), 173. 

(3). On ciliary action as the 

cause of the circulation in the cells 
of plants, iii (o. s.), 274-277. 

BRAUN, A .(1). On some new or little- 
known diseases of plants caused 
by Fungi (transl.). ii (o. s.), 250- 
254. 

(2). Algarum unicellularium 

genera nova et minus cognita, 
praemissis observationibus de Algis 
uuicellularibus in genere (transl.). 

V (o. s.), 13-16, 90-96, 143-149. 
BREFELD, 0. (1). The life-history of 

Penicillium (transl.). xv, 342-359, 

pis. xvii, xviii. 
Brettia ; gen. n., Dyster (1). 
BRIDGMAN.W. K. (1). The finder, i 

(o. s.), 303, 304. 
(2). Another finder, iii (o. s.), 

237-239. 
(3). An adjustable Index point 

for the scale to be used as a marker. 

V (o. s.), 206-211. 

(4). A cheap and portable 

" Turntray." iv, 293, 294. 

— — (5). Improvement in the Lie- 

berkiihn. v, 148, 149. 

Bright's disease, J. G. Richardson (2). 

BRIGHTWELL, T. (1). Ou the genus 
Triceratium, with descriptions and 
figures of the species, i (o. s.), 
245-252, pi. iv. 

(2). On the filamentous long- 
horned Diatomacese.with a descrip- 
tion of two new species, iv (o. s.), 
105-109, pi. vii. 

(3). Further observations on the 

genus Triceratium, with descrip- 
tions and figures of new species, 
iv (o. s.), 272-276, pi. xvii. 

(4). Ou self-division in Nocti- 

luca. v (o. s.), 185-191, pi. xii. 

(5). Remarks on the genus 

" Rhizosolenia " of Elireuberg. vi 
(o. s.), 93-95, pi. v. 

(6). Further observations on 

the genera Triceratium and Cha3to- 
ceras. vi (o. s.), 153-155, pi. 
viii. 



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BRIGHTWELL, T.— 

(7). Oil some of the rarer or 

undescribed species of Diatomacese. 

vii (o. s.), I7y-181, pi. ix. Part 

II. viii (o. s.), 93-96, pis. v, vi ; 

cf. viii (o. s.), 139. 
BROOK, G. (1). On the origin of the 

hypoblast in pelagic Teleostean 

ova. XXV, 29-36, pi. iii. 
BROOKE, C. (1). Presidential address, 

1864.. (Transactions) xii, 66-74. 

— ■ — (2). Presidential address, 1865. 

(Transactions) xiii, 19-23. 

BROWN, HERBERT H. (1). On Sper- 
matogenesis in the rat. xxv, 343- 
369, pis. xxii, xxiii. 

BROWN, H. HORT (1). Upon micro- 
scopic manipulation, viii (o. s.), 
152-156. 

BROWN, J. H. (1). Iris diaphragm 
proving the circular form whether 
expanding or contracting. (Trans- 
actions) XV, 74. 

BROWN, R. (1). On the nature of the 
discolouration of the Arctic Seas, 
viii, 240-247. 

BROWNING, J. (1). On the applica- 
tion of the Spectroscope to the 
Microscope. (Transactions) xiii, 
107-113. 

(2) . Notes on the spectra of the 

dichroic fluid described in the 
above paper. (Ti'ansactions) xv, 
71, 72. 

BRUCE, J. M. (1). On the structure 
of tendon, xii, 129-138, pi. x. 

Bryonia ; formation of cells, Davey (1). 

Bryozoa, see Polyzoa. 

Bufo ; nerves of intestine, Klein (5). 

— cutaneous follicles, Rainey (5). 
Bugula; A. M. Norman, (1). 

— see also Kinetoskias. 
Bulimina, Brady (3) xxi, 55. 
BURTON, J. (1). On a nose-piece, ii, 

63-65. 

(2). On a portable revolving 

table. (Transactions) x, 9-11. 

BUSCH, W. (1). Observations on Noc- 
tiluca (miliaris ?) (transl.). iii (o. 
8.), 199-202, pi. X, figs. 1-10. 

BUSK, G. (1). Some observations on 
the structure and development of 
Volvox globator, and its relations 
to other unicellular plants. (Trans- 
actions) i, 31-45, pi. v. 

(2). Some observations on the 

structure of the starch granule. 
(Transactions) i, 58-68, pi. viii. 



BUSK, G.— 

(3). On the occurrence of nu- 

cleoliited red corpuscles in human 
blood, i (o. s.), 145. 

(4). Remarks on the structure 

and function of the aviculariau 
and vibracular organs of the 
Polyzoa, and on their diagnostic 
characters in the classification of 
those creatures. (Transactions) ii, 
26-33, pi. ii. 

(5). Description of a magnetic 

stage to the microscope, ii (o. s.), 
280, 281. 

— ■ — (6). An account of the struc- 

ture and relations of Sagitta bi- 
punctata. iv (o. s), 14-27, pi. ii. 

— — (7). On a new hydroid Polype 

belonging to the genus Cordy- 
lophora, Allm. i, 283, 284, pi. ix, 
figs. 12-14. 

(8). Note on Dr. Wallich's 

microscopic jaw. iii, 37-41. 

— — (9). On Clavopora hystricis, a 

new Polyzoon belonging to the 
family Halcyonellese. xiv, 261, 
262, pi. ix. 

— — (10)- Cement for mounting ob- 

jects in cells containing fluid, xiv, 
281. 

(11)- Notes on a peculiar form 

of Polyzoa closely allied to Bugula. 
xxi, 1-14, pis. i, ii. 

see VIRCHOW (1). 

Busk ; A Catalogue of Marine Polyzoa 
in the Collection of the British 
Museum (review), i (o. s.), 136- 
137; (review of part ii) ii (o. s.), 
277. 

Buskia, v (o. s.), 24. 

BiJTSCHLI, 0. (1). Researches on the 
Flagellate Infusoria and allied or- 
ganisms, xix, 63-103, pi. vi. 



Cabarea; vibracula, Hincks (8). 

Cactus ; raphides, Quekett (1). 

Cifiuomorpha, Tatem (2). 

Calcareous concretion, &c. ; artificial, 
Rainey (6, 9), Hartiug (3) ; see 
Molecular Theory of Organisation. 

CALDWELL, H. (1). On the arrange- 
ment of the embryonic membranes 
in Marsupial animals, xxiv, 655- 
658, pi. xliii. 



CAL — CAS 



13 



CALDWELL, H.— 

(2). Blastopore, mesoderm, and 

metameric segmentation, xxv, 15- 

28, pi. ii. 
Cullidina, GiglioH (1). 
Calotes; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer, 

(3). 
Calwellia ; gen. n., vii (o. s.), 153. 
Campanularia, Schnltze (2). 
Camplyodiscus, Walker-Arnott (1), 

Greville (6). 
Cancer-cells, Hepworth (5). 
Candeina, H. B. Brady (3) xix, 291. 
Canis, placenta, Ayres (1). 

— thyroid gland, Baber (2). 
Cannel, see Coal. 
Canthocamptus ; sp. n., in coal mine, 

G. S. Brady (1). 
CANTON, E. (1). An account of some 

parasitic ova found attached to the 

conjunctiviB of the turtle's eyes. 

i, 40-43. 
Capillary, formation. Thin (2). 
CapitellidfB, xix, 115, 116. 
Carcinus ; internal parasites, M'Intosh 

(1). 
Carduella, gen. n., Allman (5). 

Carinella ; vascular and nephridial 

systems, Ondemans (1). 
Carinoma ; gen. n., Ondemans (1). 
CARPENTER, P. H. (1). On the oral 

and apical systems of the Echino- 

derms. xvi"ii, 351-383. Part II, 

xix, 176-206. 

— — (2). Some disputed points in 

Echinoderm morphology, xx, 322- 
330. 

(3). The minute anatomy of 

the brachiate Echinoderms. xxi, 
169-193, pis. xi, xii. 

— — (4). Notes on Echinoderm 

Morphology ; V. — On the homo- 
logies of the apical system, with 
some remarks upon the blood- 
vessels, xxii, 371-386. 

(5). Notes on Echinoderm 

Morphology; VI. — On the ana- 
tomical relations of the vascular 
system, xxiii, 597-616. 

— — (6). Notes on Echinoderm 

Morphology ; VII. — On the apical 
system of the Ophiurids. xxiv, 
1-23, pi. i. 

— — (7). Notes on Echinoderm 

Morphology ; VIII. — On some 
points in the anatomy of larval 
Comatulffi. xxiv, 319-327. 



CARPENTER, P. H.— 

(8). Notes on Echinoderm 

Morphology ; IX. — On the vas- 
cular system of the Urchins, xxv 
(supplement), 139-155. 

(9). Notes on Echinoderm 

Morphology ; X. — On the sup- 
posed presence of symbiotic Algaj 
in Antedon rosacea, xxvii, 379- 
391, pi. XXX, fig. 3. 

(10) • Notes on Echinoderm 

Morphology; XI. — On the deve- 
lopment of the apical plates in 
Amphiura squamata. xxviii, 303- 
317. 

CARPENTER, W. B. (1). On the de- 
velopment of the embryo of Pur- 
pura lapillus. (Transactions) iii, 
17-30, pis. iii, iv. 

(2). Presidential address, 1855. 

(Transactions) iii, 37-54. 

(3). Presidential address, 1856. 

(Transactions) iv, 17-33. 

— — (4). On Nachet's stereo-pseu- 

doscopic binocular microscope, and 
on Nachet's stereoscopic magni- 
fier ; with remarks on the angle 
of aperture best adapted to stereo- 
scopic vision, (Transactions) xv, 
105-113. 

— — (5). On the genus Astrorhiza of 

Sandahl, lately described as Haeck- 
elina by Dr. Bessels. xvi, 221- 
224, pi. xix. 

Carpenter, W. B., Principles of Com- 
parative Physiology (review), iii 
(o.s.), 215-219. 

The Microscope and its Reve- 
lations (review), iv (o. s.), 231— 
237; (review of 3rd edition) iii, 72. 

— Introduction to the Study of the 

Foraminifera (review), ii, 297-301. 

— Principles of Human Physiology 

(review of the 6th edit.), iv, 

282-292. 
CARRlfiRE, J. (1). On the eyes of 

some luvertebrata. xxiv, 673- 

681, pi. xlv. 
CARTER, H. J. (1). Note on the 

colouring matter of the Red Sea. 

iii, 179-185. 
Cartilage, matrix, Beale (7). 

— histology, Heitzmann (1), Thin (1), 

xi, 198. 

— iodine reaction, xviii, 196. 

— lymphatics, xviii, 196, 197. 

— pathological, Webb (3). 
Cassidulina, Brady (3) xxi, 59. 



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CAS — CHL 



CASTEACANE, F. (1). On a new me- 
thod of illumination, v, 249-252. 

(2). On the muUiiilication and 

reproduction of the Diatoniacese 
(transl.). viii, 255-262. 

CATON, E. (1). On the best methods 
of studying transparent vascular 
tissues in living animals, x, 236- 
241. 

Cattle-plague ; micropathology, Beale 

(1). 

CAVAFY, J. (1). A note on endothe- 
lium, xiv, 391-394. 

Cel ; Carney's researches, Lee (1). 

— migrations, E. R. Lankester (11). 

— structure, &c., Priestley (1), Klein 

(15, 16). 

— theory, Remak (1), Gedge (2), 

Cleland (3), vi, 161. 

— formation ; vegetable, Wenham 

(12), Davey (1), Osborne (3); 
animal, vii, 144. 

— wall ; under sulphuric acid, Har- 

tig (2); West (2). _ 

— See also Karyokinesis, Ovum, Pro- 

toplasm. 
Cellepora, Alder (2). 
Celleporella, A. M. Norman (1). 
Cellulose ; Ascidiacea, Huxley (2), 

Schacht (1). 

— human nervous tissue, Virchow (1). 

— in Mammalia, Virchow (4). 

■ — Ophrydium, Halliburton (2). 
Cenaiigium, Currey (8). 
Cephalochorda, see Amphioxus. 
Cephalopoda ; development, E. R. 
Lankester (26). 

— Procalistes, E. R. Lankester (58). 

— chitin of Sepia, Halliburton (1). 
Cephalosporium, Oersted (1). 
Cephalotrix ; vascular system, Oude- 

mans (1). 
Ceratophora ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer 

(3). 
Cerebellum, histology, Saukey (2). 
Cerebratulus ; vascular and nepliridial 

systems, Oudemans (1). 
Cereopsis ; gen. n., Kent (2). 
Cestoda j migrations of, A. Pouchet 

(1). 

— calcareous corpuscles, Cobbold (4). 

— see Tffinia. 

Chsetoceros, Brightwell (2, 6). 
Cha?tocladium, van Tieghem (1). 
Chffitogaster ; reproduction, E. R. Lan- 
kester (7). 

Chsetognatha, see Sagitta. 
Chaetonotus, Mecznikow (3), Tatem (1). 



Chffitopoda ; vascular fluid, Blomfield 

(2) ; embrvoldgy, ix, 414. 

— see OligochiL'ta, Lunibricus, Poly- 

chffita. 

Chajtospira, T. S. Wright (2). 

Cha?tostylum, van Tieghem (1). 

Chalarothoraca, Archer (25) xvi, 361. 

Chambers; Three Lectures on the For- 
mation of Mucus and Pus, being 
the Lumleian Lectures of the 
Royal College of Physicians (re- 
view), iii, 294-298. 

Chameleo; pinealeye, W.B.Spencer (3). 

Chara ; asexual reproduction, Mon- 
tagne (1). 

Charter of R. M. S. (Transactions), 
XV, 7—11. 

Chaunosia ; gen. n., vii, 241. 

Chelidonium, laticiferous vessels, D. H. 
Scott (1). 

Chelone ; Distomum in, Canton (1), 
Leared (1). 

Chelonia ; early development, Mitsu- 
kuri (3). 

Cliick; cranial nerves, Marshall (1). 

— blastoderm, Balfour (1). 

— primitive groove, Balfour (2). 

— blood-vessels, Balfour (3), xii, 181. 

— spinal nerves, &c., Paterson (1). 

— cilia in nerve-tube, Klein (18). 

— development, Kidd (5), Balfour 

(19), Whitman (2). 

— nephros and associated structures, 

Balfour (10), Sedgwick (1, 2, 3). 

— olfactory organ, Marshall (2). 

— pelvic girdle, &c., Johnson (1). 
Cliilomouas, Biitschli (1). 
Chilostomella, Brady (3) xix, 280, 
Chionyphe, Berkeley (3). 
Chiroptera, wing, xi, 206. 

Chitin, tendons of Arthropoda, A. Baur 

.(2)-. 

— in Limulus and Sepia, Hallibur- 

ton (1). 
Chitonidae; eyes, Moseley (15). 

— morphology, Hubrecht (4). 
Chlamvdomyxa ; gen., n.. Archer (23) j 

Geddes"(l). 
Chlamidopbrys, Archer (25) xvii, 198. 
Chlorochytrium ; gen, n.. Archer (20), 
Chlorophyll, animal — 

— Archerina, E. R. liankester (60), 

— Hydra, Allman (11). 

— Infusoria, Sallitt (1). 

— in general, M. Schultze (1), E. R. 

Lankester (53). 

— Turbellaria, E. R. Lankester (39). 

— see also Colouring Matters, animal. 



CHL — CLA 



15 



Chloroplij'll, vegetable, Priugslieim (3). 

— origin of corpuscles, Bower (6). 

— relation to starch, iv (o. s.), 162, 

163. 

— see also Colouring Matters, vege- 

table. 
Cblorosplisera ; gen. n., Henfrey (4). 
Choironiyces, Currey (5). 
Cholera ; inoculation, &c., Stirling 

— Koch's theory refuted, xxvi, 303- 

316. 
Choloepus ; blood-corpuscles, Rolleston 

Chondropus, Archer (25) xvi, 358. 
Chordata, see Vertebrata. 
Clironiatophores ; frog, Virchow (3). 
Chroniulina, Biitschli (1). 
Chroolepus; zoospores, viii (o. s.), 159- 

163, pi. ix. 
Chrysalidina, Brady (3) xxi, 54. 
Chrysopa ; embryology, Packard (2). 
CIACCIO, G. V. (i). Abstract and re- 
marks on tliree demonstrations 
delivered by Professor Lionel S. 
Beale " On the Anatomy of Nerve- 
fibres and Cells, and the Ultimate 
Distribution of Nerve-fibres." iii, 
97-105. 

(2). On the nerves of the 

cornea, and of their distribution 
in the corneal tissue of man and 
animals. (Transactions) xi, 77- 
93, pis. vi, vii. 
.^ — (3). On the distribution of 
nerves to the skin of the Frog, 
with physiological remarks on the 
ganglia connected with the cerebro- 
spinal nerve. (Transactions) xii, 
15-31, pis. iv, V. 
Cidaris, Stewart (2). 
CIENKOWSKI, H. (1). Remarks on 
Dr. Stein's doctrine rtspecting the 
Acineta forms (transl.). v (o. s.), 
96-103, pi. vii, figs. 1-12. 
CIENKOWSKI, L. (1). On the produc- 
tion of spores in the Radiolaria 
(transl.). xi, 396-403, pi. xviii. 
Cilia ; stimulation, Virchow (2). 

— of oesophagus, Klein (18). 

— of nerve-tube, Klein (18). 

— of kidney, Klein (18) xxi, 251 ; 

Gibbes (6). 

— movement, xi, 308. 
Ciliata— ■ 

— various, T. S. Wright (2), Tatem 

(2). 

— stalk, Mecznikow (1). 



Ciliata— 

• — contractile vacuole, Zenker (2), 
Samuelson (3). 

— Vaginicola, C. J. Miiller (1). 

— Opalina, E. R. Lankester (10). 

— Undulina, E. R. Lankester (16). 

— stentorin, E. R. Lankester (19). 

— Torquatella, E. R. Lankester (22). 

— Cyclochjeta, W. H. Jackson (2). 

— "muscle," Kidd (4). 

— trichocysts, Allmau (3). 

— Dysteria, Huxley (10), Gosse (2). 

— Nassula, Cohn (3). 

— " sexual reproduction," Balbiani 

(review) ; xiv, 95. 

— see also Infusoria. 

Ciliophrys, Archer (25) xvi, 300 ; 

Biitschli (1). 
Circulation ; demonstration, Caton (1), 

Strieker (4 . 
Cirrliatulus, J. T. Cunningham (8). 
Cirrhifei- ; cephalic appendages, Pel- 

seneer (2). 
Cirrhipedia larva, sp. ign., Willeraoes- 

Suhm (1). 
CLAPAREDE, E. (1). On the calcare- 
ous corpuscles of the Trematoda, 
and on the genus Tetracotyle. vii 
(o. s.), 92-96. 
Claparede ; Les Annelides Chetopo- 
des du Golfe de Naples (review). 
ix, 306-308. 
Clarke; A Descriptive Catalogue of 
the most Instructive and Beauti- 
ful Objects for the Microscope 
(review), vii (o. s.), 107, 108. 
CLAKK, J. L. (1). Observations on 
the structure of nerve-fibre, viii 
(o. s.), 65-75, pi. iv. 

(2). On the development of 

striped muscular fibre in Man, 

Mammalia, and Birds, ii, 222- 

231, pi. xi ; and iii, 1-9, pi. i. 

Classification and Pliylogcny, Sedgwick 

(4), Balfour (17), Hiickel (2), 

Huxley (15), E. R. Lankester (34). 

— see also Embryology. 

Cluthrocystis, Henfrey (4), Currey (7), 

E. R. Lankester (31). 
Clathrulina, Archer (15)x, 117; Archer 

(25) xvii, 68; viii, 31. 
Clava, T. S. Wright (4). 
Claviceps, Currey (5). 
Clavopora; gen. n.. Busk (9). 
Clavnlina, Brady (3) xxi, 54. 
CLAUS, C. (1). On the morphology of 
the Copepoda (transl.). i, 285- 
300, pi. X. 



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OLE — COL 



CLELAND, J. (1). On the epithelium 

of the cornea of the Ox. ix, 44r- 

47. 
(2). The grey matter of the 

cerebral convolutions, x, 126-136, 

pi. vii. 
(3). On cell theories. xiii, 

255-266. 
Clepsine ; embryology. Whitman (1). 
■ — anatomy, A. G. Bourne (6). 
CLEVE, P. T. (1). Jakttagelser ofver 

den hvilande Oedogonium-sporens 

utveckling (transl.J, vi, 149-152. 
Clione ; cephalic appendages, Pel- 

seneer (2). 
Clionopsis; cephalic appendages, Pel- 

seneer (2). 
Closteria, Osborne (1, 2), F. G. Wright 

(1), Archer (3) ; 2 sp. n., Archer fs). 
Clupea; development, J. T. Cunning- 

ham (3). 
Cnidoblasts, see Nematocysts. 
Coal; cannel, from Torbanehill, Quekett 

(3), Redfern (2), Bennet (1), Nor- 
mandy (1), Gregory (5). 

— sections, Slade (1). 

— nature of, Highley (4). 
COBBOLD, T. S. (1). On the embryo- 

geny of Orchis mascula. i (o. s.), 
90-92, pi. ii, figs. 1-11. 

(2). On a probably new species 

or form of Actinotrocha, from the 
Frith of Forth, vi (o. s.), 50-52, 
pi. iv. 

— — (3). Description of a new form 

of naked-eye Medusa (Thauman- 
tias achroa), with histological de- 
tails, vi (o. s.), 1-5, pi. i. 

(4). Notes on the calcareous 

corpuscles of Tricuspidaria. vii 
(o. s.), 115,116; cf. vii (o. s.), 
202, 203. 

(5). Note on Gyrodactylus ele- 

gans. ii, 35-39. 

(6). Description of a species of 

Treraatode from the Indian ele- 
phant, with remarks on its affini- 
ties, ix, 48, 49. 

Cobbold ; Entozoa : an Introduction to 
the Study of Hehiunthology, with 
reference more particularly to the 
Internal Parasites of Man (review). 
V, 43-45. 

Cobra ; poison, Halford (1). 

Coccoliths, Huxley (13), Wallich (8) ; 
X, 291; XV, 70, 71. 

Cocconema; reproduction, Schmitz (1). 



Coccus, Quekett (4), Beck (5) ; meta- 
morphoses. Beck (2). 

Cochlea ; microscopic preparations, 
Moseley (5), Pritchard (1). 

Cochliopodium, Archer (25) xvii, 334, 

Codosiga, Biitschli (1). 

Ccecilise, histology, ix, 412. 

Coelentera ; origin of genitalia, xx, 
104-106. 

— muscle-fibre, xx, 106. 

— as ancestors of Metazoa, Sedewick 

(4). 
Ccenoplana ; gen. n., Moseley (11). 
Coenurus, iii (o. s.), 74. 
Coffee-leaf disease. Dyer (6), H. M. 

Ward (2). 
COHN, F. (1). Untersuchungen iiber 
die Entwickelungsgeschichte der 
mikroskopischen Algen und Pilzen 
(transl.). iii (o. s.), 202-214. 

(2). Vol vox globator. v (o. s.), 

149-151. 

(3). On the reproduction of 

Nassula elegans. vii (o. s.). 96- 
101. 
(4). On the contractile fila- 
ments of the Cynareae (transl.). 
iii, 186-192. 

~ (5)- The laws of the movements 

in microscopical plants and ani- 
mals whilst under the influence of 
light (transl.). vii, 256-260. 

(6). Researches on Bacteria 

(transl.). xiii, 156-163, pi. v. 

(7). On a new Alga, Crenothrix 

polyspora, from the well-water 
of Breslau (transl.). xiii, 163-1 
68. 
Cohn; Empusa Muscae, and the Dis- 
ease of the Common House-fly: 
a Contribution towards tlie Know- 
ledge of Epidemics, characterised 
by the presence of Parasitic Fungi 
(review), v (o. s.), 154-160. 
Cohn; Further Researches into the 
History of the Bacteria (review), 
xvii, 80-92. 
Collemacese, Archer (18). 
COLES, H. (1). On the use of the 
camera lucida as a micrometer, 
ii (o. s.), 291, 292. 
COLIINGWGOD, C. (1). Observations 
on the microscopic Alga which 
causes the discolouration of the 
Sea in various parts of the world. 
(Transactions) xvi, 85-92, pi. vii. 
Collomia coccinia, hairs, Oudemans (1). 
Collosphaira, Macdonald (1). 



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17 



Colouring matters, auimal — 

— Actiniaria, Moseley (7), MacMunn 

(2). 

— Aphides, Sorby (5). 

— blood, E. R. Lankester (8, 12), 

Sorby (3). 

— Bouellia, Sorby (7). 

— general, Moseley (9), E. R. Lan- 

kester (39), MacMunn (1). 

— Spongilla, Sorby (6), E. R. Lan- 

kester (25). 

— Stentor and others, E. R. Lankester 

(19). 

— see also Chlorophyll, animal ; Hae- 

moglobin. 
Colouring matters, vegetable — 

— Algffi, E. R. Lankester (4, 20, 29), 

Sheppard (1), Browning (2), vii, 
209. 

— commercial substances, Sorby (2). 

— decayed wood, Sorby (1). 

— flowers, iii, 78. 

— leaves, Sorby (4). 

— see also Chlorophyll, vegetable. 
Colour-sensation, Boll (3). 
Colpocephalum, Macalister (2). 
Comatula ; habitats in Britain, Hincks 

(1). 

— larva, P. H. Carpenter (7). 

— nervous system, A. M. Marshall 

(5). 

— nature of sacculi, P. H. Carpenter 

(9). 

COMBER, T. (1). On the Diatomaceae 
of the neighbourhood of Liver- 
pool, viii (o. s.), 111-122. 

Comma bacillus and cholera, xxvi, 303— 
316. 

Confervoidese, Druce (2). 

Conger; orifices in head, Houghton (5j. 

Connective tissue, Kolliker (3), Krause 
(1), Ranvier (1), xii, 174. 

Contagium vivum, W. Roberts (2), 
Klein (14). 

Contractility, Beale (9). 

— and double refraction, Kidd (4). 

— muscular, theory of, C. V, Marshall 

(1). 

Convoluta, chlorophyll, E. R. Lankes- 
ter (39). 

Cooke ; One Thousand Objects for the 
Microscope (review), ix, 80. 

— Rust, Smut, Mildew, and Mould : 

an Introduction to the Study of 
Microscopic Fungi (review). v, 
268-273. 
COOPER, W.F.(l). Fossil Diatomaceaj, 
ii, 65, 66. 

3 



Copepoda ; anal respiration, Hartog 
(2, 3). 

— morphology. Clans (1). 

— parasitic on Nereis, M'Intosh (4). 

— new species, G. S. Brady (1). 
Corallium, Moseley (13). 
Cordylophora, Allmann (8), Price (1). 
Cordylophora ; sp. n., Busk (7). 
Corethra larva, Rymer Jones (1). 
Cornea; preparation of, Klein (11). 

— nerve-supply, Ciaccio (2), Mac- 

donald (4). 

— nerve-terminations, Klein (7). 

— histology, Cleland (1). 
Cornulariadse ; fam. n., vii, 243. 
Corpuscula tactus, Huxley (4). 
Corti, organ of ; xii, 306-309. 
Corycia, Gagliardi (1). 
Coscinodiscus, Cooper (I), Schultze (4). 
Cosmarium ; Mrs. Thomas (1) ; sp. n.. 

Archer (5); 2 sp. n.. Archer (8). 
Cothurnia, Tatem (1). 
Cothurnicella; gen. n., vii (o. s.), 148. 
Coxal gland, Limulus, &c., Gulland (1). 
Craspedacustes ; gen. n., ( = Limnoco- 

dium), E. R. Lankester (46), 
Crenothrix ; gen. n., Cohn (7). 
Crinoidea — 

— colouring matter, Moseley (9). 

— morphology of larva, P. H. Car- 

penter (7). 

— nervous system, A. M. Marshall 

(5). 

— regeneration, A. M. Marshall (5). 
Criodrilus ; Oerley (1), Benham (1) pt. 

iii. 
Cristatella; habitats, Houghton (1). 
Cristellaria, Brady (3) xxi, 64. 
CRUGER, H. (1). On the development 

of starch (transl.). ii (o. s.), 173- 

178, pi. vii. 
Crustacea ; auditory organ, Hensen (1), 

— histology of exoskeleton, William- 

son (4) ; development, x, 81. 

— homologies of limbs, E. R. Lan- 

kester (50). 

— nervous system, E. R. Lankester 

(50), Pelseneer (1). 

— see Decapoda, Pliyllopoda, &c. 
Cryptogamia ; classification, Bennett 

(3). 

— terminology of reproductive organs, 

xxi, 165-167, Bennett (4). 
Cryptolaria; gen. n., v (o. s.), 173. 
Cryptosporium ; relation to Sphseria, 

Currey (3). 
Crystallization, Davies (3), Guy (3). 
Crystal prisms, Gulliver (4). 



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Crystals in plant-cells, Dyer (3). 

— in testa of Ulmus, Gulliver (6). 
Ctenidia, Lamellibranchiata, Peck (1). 
Ctenodrilus, ScharfF (2). 
Ctenophora, relations to Medusoid 

gonophores, E. R. Lankester (49). 

Ciilex, Johnston (1). 

CUNNINGHAM, D. D. (1). On certain 
effects of starvation on vegetable 
and animal tissues, xx, 50-78. 

(2). On the development of 

certain microscopic organisms oc- 
curring in the intestinal canal, 
xxi, 234-290, pi. xviii. 

CUNNINGHAM J. T. (1). Review of 
recent researches on karyokinesis 
and cell division, xxii, 35-49, pi. 
vi. 

(2). The renal organs (nephri- 

dia^ of Patella, xxiii, 369-375. 

(3), The significance of Kup- 

fer's vesicle, with remarks on 
other questions of Vertebrate 
morphology, xxv, 1-14, pi. i. 

(4). E. van Beneden's researches 

on the maturation and fecundation 
of the ovum, xxv, 107-135, pi. x. 

— — (5). On the relations of the 

yolk to the gastrula in Teleosteans 
and in other Vertebrate types. 
xxvi, 1-38, pis. i-iv. 

— — (6). On the structure and de- 

velopment of the reproductive 

elements in Myxine glutinosa. 

xxvii, 49-76, pis. vi, vii. 
(7). Dr. Dohrn's inquiries into 

the evolution of organs in the 

Chordata. xx, 265-284. 
(8). On some points in the 

anatomy of Polychseta. xxviii, 

239-278, pis. xvii-xix. 

See VALLENTIN (1). 

CURREY, F. (1). On two new Fungi. 

ii (o. s.), 240-242, pi. ix. 
(2). On the spiral threads of 

the genus Trichia. (Transactions) 

iii, 15-21, pi. ii ; cf. iii, 176. 
(3). On the reproductive organs 

of certain Fungi, iii (o. s.), 263- 

273, pi. xii ; iv (o. s.), 192-200, 

pi. xi. 

— — (4). Hartig on the Phytozoa 

of Antheridia. iv (o. s.), 51-54. 

(5). On some points in the 

structure and physiology of certain 
Fungi, with notices of the occur- 
rence of some species new to this 
country, v (o. s.), 115-134, pi. viii. 



CURREY, F.— 

— (6). On Stephanosphffira pluvi- 
alis. vi (o. s.), 132-136, pi. vi. 

(7). On some British fresh- 
water Alga?, vi (o. s.), 207-216, 
pi. ix. 

(8). Mycological notes, vii 

(o. s.), 225-235, pi. xi, 

CURTIS, F. (1). On the improvement 
of the compound microscope, iii, 
204 ; cf . vi, 264. 

CURTEIS, T. (1). Slide-cell, or new 
live-box for aquatic objects, viii, 
108, 109. 

Cyatholithus, Huxley (13). 

Cyclammina; gen. n., Brady (3) xix, 
62 and xxi, 53. 

Cyclas; shell-gland, E. R. Lankester 
(32). 

''yclochaeta, gen. n., W. H. Jackson (2). 

Cycloclypeus, Brady (3) xxi, 66. 

Cyclodus; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 

Cyclosis of vegetable protoplasm, Bran- 
son (3), Wenham (10, 14), Western 
(1), Lawson (1, 2), Hunt (1), 
Engelmann (1), vii, 138. 

Cyclostomata, see Petromyzou, Myxine, 
Bdellostoma. 

Cyclotella, Walker-Arnott (8). 

Cylindrocapsa, xvii, 181-185. 

Cylindrocystis, Archer (11). 

CynaresB ; contractile filaments, Cohn 
(4). 

Cynthia, Sheldon (1). 

Cyphoderia, Archer (25) xvii, 203. 

Cysticercus cellulosse, W. Smith (3). 

— ovis, xiv, 179, 180. 

— pisiformis, v. Siebold (2). 
Cystolites, Weddell (1). 
Cystophrys, Archer (15) ix, 259 ; and 

X, 110. 



D. 



Dactylopora, Brady (3) xix, 266. 

Dactylosphserium, Archer (25) xvii, 
344. 

DaphnidaB ; nauplius eye, and parthe- 
nogenesis, Zenker (1). 

DARESTE, C. (1). Memoir on the 
colouration of the China Sea 
(transl.). iii (o. s.), 66-73. 

DARWIN, F. (1). Contributions to 
the anatomy of the sympathetic 
ganglia of the bladder in their 
relation to the vascular system. 
xiv, 109-114, pis. V, vi. 



DAR — DIA 



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DARWIN, F.— 

(2). On the structure of the 

proboscis of Ophideres fullonicii, 
an orange-sucking moth, xv, 384- 
389. 

(3). The process of aggregation 

in the tentacles of Drosera. xvi, 
309-319, pi. xxiii. 

— — (4). On the protrusion of pro- 

toplasmic filaments from the glan- 
dular hairs of the common Tensel 
(Dipsacus sylvestris). xvii, 169- 
174 ; and xvii, 245-272, pi. xix. 

(5). The contractile filaments 

of Amanita (Agaricus) rauscaria 
and Dipsacus sylvestris. xviii, 
74-82. 

DAVEY, N. F. (1). Brief remarks upon 
cell-growth in the Bryonia dioica. 
(Transactions) v, 100-104. 

Davies; On the Preparation and Mount- 
ing of Microscopic Objects (re- 
view), iv, 141, 142. 

DAVIES, T. (1). Polarized light as a 
recreation and study, ii, 26-31. 

(2). The photography of mag- 
nified objects by polarized light. 
iii, 201-203. 

(3). Crystallization and the 

microscope, iv, 247-253 ; and v, 
205-212. 

DAVIS, H. (1). On two new species 
of the genus Qilcistes, class Roti- 
fera. (Transactions) xv, 13-16, 
pi. i. 

— — (2). Mobility of spines on cer- 

tain insects' eggs, xi, 288, 289. 
DAVISON, J. (1) . Reiner's orthoscopic 

eye-piece, iii, 78, 79. 
(2). Cell for viewing Entomos- 

traca. iii, 137. 
Day ; Chemistry in its Relations to 

Physiology and Medicine (review). 

i, 58, 59. 
DEANE, H. (1). On the history of 

Arachuoidiscus. vi (o. s.), 188, 189. 
Decapoda — 

— auditory organ, Hensen (1). 

— eye, Newton (3). 

— development of Atyephira, Ishikawa 

Deep-sea deposits, Bailey (2, 8). 

DEIGHTON, F. See BALFOUR (19). 

DELAFOND, 0. See GRUBY (1). 

DELVES, J. (1). On the application 
of photography to the represen- 
tation of microscopic olijects. 
(Transactions) i, 57, 58, pi. vii. 



Dcndrochirotidan ; (gen. sp. incert.) 
pharynx, Moseley (14). 

DENDY, A. (1). Studies on the com- 
parative anatomy of Sponges. I. 
On the genera Ridleia, n. gen., and 
Qiiasillina. xxviii, 513-529, pi. 
xlii. 

DENNIS, J. B. P. (1). The existence 
of Mammifers anterior to the de- 
position of the Lias, demonstrated 
from the microscopic structure of 
a bone from the river-bed deposit, 
Lyme Regis, iv (o. s.), 261-269, 
pi. xvi. 

(2). The existence of birds 

during the deposition of the Stones- 
field state, proved by a comparison 
of the microscopic structure of 
certain bones of that formation 
with that of recent bones, v (o. s.), 
63-77, pi. vi. 

— — (3). On the microscopical cha- 

racters of certain so-called Ceta- 
cean bones associated with Celo- 
lites in the detrital bed of the 
Red Crag at Felixstowe, Suff'olk. 
V (o. s.), 191-200, pi. xiii. 

Denticella, Schultze (4). 

Dentine, Salter (1). 

Desmidiacese; abnormal growths and 
gen. n.. Archer (1). 

— India, Hobson (1). 

— New Zealand, Lindsay (3). 

— zoospores. Archer (2). 

— attached, Edwards (7). 
Desmoscolex, Mecznikow (3). 
Desmothoraca ; Archer (25) xvii, 67. 
Development ; generalisations of, see 

Embryology. 
Diachajta ; gen. n., Benham (1) part 

ii. 
Diaphoropodon, Archer (15) ix, 394, 

and X, 123. 
Diaphragm ; structure, Klein (4). 
Diascope, Garham (3). 
Diatomacese ; Arctic Sea, R. Brown 

— attachment, Edwards (7). 

— Bermuda, Tripoli, Walker-Arnott 

(7). 

— British freshwater, Gregory (8). 

— British marine, 6 sp. n.. Roper (3). 

— California and Oregon, Bailey (3). 

— Crtlifornian guano, Greville (4), 

Johnston (4). 

— Californian hot springs, Edwards 

(6). 

— Charleston S. C, Edwards (5). 



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Diatom acejE — 

— cilia, Hogg (2), Weiiham (16). 

— conjugation, Druce (1), v, 139. 

— County of Antrim, Dickie (1). 

— Firth of Clyde and Loch Fyne, vii 

(o. s.), 60-64. 

— freshwater versus marine, Walker- 

Arnott (6), Eulenstein (2). 

— Gambia O., H. L. Smith (1). 

— general structure, O'Meara (5). 

— Glenshira, Gregory (7). 

— Hong-Kong, Lauder (2). 

— Hull, Norman (1). 

— Iceland, Lindsay (4). 

— identification, Kitton (1, 2, 4), 

O'Meara (3), iii (o. s.), 307-312; 
W. Smith (2). 

— Index to those figured in Quart. 

Journ. Micr. Sci., 1853-1867, x, 
179-187. 

— in Noctiluca, Brightwell (4), Bad- 

deley (1). 

— in Salpse, Wallich (4). 

— internal movement, Schultze (4). 

— Ireland, West Coast, O'Meara (1, 2). 

— Kamtschatka Sea, Bailey (8). 

— Lamlash Bay, Greville (2). 

— Lapland and Lilneburg, Gregory 

(2). 

— Leven Water, Beardsley (1). 

— Liverpool, Comber (1). 

— marking, T. G. Rylands (1), Sollitt 

(3). 

— Menai Straits, vi (o. s.), 122, 123. 

— Mull, Gregory (1, 3, 4). 

— New York, Edwards (8). 

— New Zealand, Lindsay (3). 

— Northumberland, Donkin (4, 5) ; 18 

sp. n., Donkin (1, 2). 

— Port Natal, Shadbolt (3). 

— reproduction, Castiacane (2). 

— separation from matrix, Miinro (1), 

Edwards (4), Bailey (6), Stokes (4), 
Okeden (2), Furlong (1), Tulk (1). 

— South Wales, Okeden (4). 

— Spitzbergen, O'Meara (7). 

— Thajiies, Roper (1). 

— Trinidad, Greville (1). 

— United States, Edwards (3), F. W. 

Lewis (1). 

— valve, structure and development 

Wallich (5), Schultze (5), Ralfs 

(1). 

— various, on one stipes, Edwards (9). 

— various rare and new species, Gre- 

ville (8), Lauder (1), Norman (2), 
Stodder (1), Brightwell (7), West 
(3). 



Diatomace£P — 

— Wallington, Donkin (6). 

— Wilkes Expl. Exp., Harvey (1); 

ii (o. s.), 288-290; Okeden (1). 
DICKIE, G. (1). On a deposit of Dia- 

tomacea? and MoUusca, in the 

County of Antrim, vii (o. s.), 9- 

11. 
Dicotyledons ; raphides, Gulliver (3). 
Dietyoloma ; seed, Brady (1). 
Dieyemidaj ; van Beneden (6). 
Didelphis ; foetal membranes, Osborn 

(1). 
Difflugia, Lang (2), Archer (15) ix, 

pi. XX, fig. 12 ; Archer (25) xvii, 

114. 
Digestion ; intracellular, Mecznikow 

(4), E. R. Lankester (48), T. J. 

Parker (2). 
Dinobryon, Biitschli (1). 
Dinophilus, Weldon (4). 
Diplostomum, Clajjarede (1). 
Dipsacus ; protrusion of protoplasm, 

Darwin (4, 5). 
Diptera — 

— Anthomyia, Houghton (3). 

— Scatophaga, egg. West (4). 

— Corethra larva, Rymer Jones (1). 

— ear of Culex, Johnston (1), 

— see also Musca. 
Discolithns, Huxley (13). 
Discopus, E. R. Lankester (6). 
Discorbina, Brady (3) xxi, 65. 
Distoma ; in Chelone, Leared (1), Can- 
ton (1) ; iii, 73. 

— in haddock, Maddox (6). 

— see also Fasciola. 
Ditrema, Archer (25) xvii, 336. 
DIXON, N. V. See ARCHEE (1). 
DOBSON, T. (1). On Laap, or Lerp, 

the cup-like coverings of Psyllidis 
found on the leaves of certain 
Eucalypti. (Transactions) v, 123- 
130, pi. ii. 

Docidium, Hobson (1), Archer (10). 

Docophoroides, Giglioli (2). 

Docophorus, Giglioli (2). 

Dolichoplana ; gen. n , Moseley (11). 

Doliolum, Moss (1). 

DOLLO, M. L. (1). On the Malleus of 
the Lacertilia, and the malar and 
quadrate bones of Mammalia, 
xxiii, 579-596, pi. xli. 

Donitz; On the so-called Chorda of 
the Ascidian larvae and the Alleged 
Affinity of the Invertebrate and 
Vertebrate Animals (review), xi, 
281-283. 



DON — ECH 



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Donkinia, Barkas (5). 

DONKIN, A. S. (1). On a species of 
filamentous Diatom new to Britain. 
(Transactions) vi, 11, 12. 

(2). On tiie Marine Diatomaceai 

of Northumberland, with a de- 
scription of eighteen new species. 
(Transactions) vi, 12-34, pi. iii. 

(3). Notes in reply to Dr. 

Walker-Arnott. vii (o. s.), 5-9 ; 
cf. vii (o. s.), 89-91. 

(4). On the Marine Diatoma- 

cese of Northumberland, with a 
description ©f several new species. 
i, 1-15, pi. i. 

— — (5). On several new and rare 

species of Fresh-water Diatomacea3 

discovered in Northumbei'land. ix, 

287-296, pi. xviii. 
(6). Notes on certain Fresh- 
water species of Diatomaceaj. ix, 

397-400. 
Donkin ; Natural History of the British 

Diatomacea3 (review), xiv, 93, 94. 
Dotted tissue; formation of, Inman 

(2). 
DOUGLAS, R. C. (1). Bacillaria para- 

doxa in fresh water, v, 148. 
DOWDESWELL, G. F. (1). Note on 

atmospheric Bacteria, xviii, 82, 

83. 
(2). On some appearances of 

the red blood-corpuscles of man and 

other Vertebrata. xxi, 154-161. 
(3). The micro-organisms which 

occur in septicaemia, xxii, 66-75, 

pi. vii. 
(4). Note on a minute point in 

the structure of the spermatozoon 

of the Newt, xxiii, 336-339. 
Draco ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 
Draparnaldia, Currey (7), Hicks (9). 
Dredge, Wallich (3). 
Dreissena; gills, JPeck (1) 
Drepanidium, E. R. L.mkester (52). 
Drepanophorus ; vascular and nephri- 

dial systems, Oudemans (1). 
Drosera; aggregation, Darwin (3). 

— glands, A. W. Bennett (1). 
DEUCE, T. C. (1). Conjugation of 

Diatomacese. v (o. s.), 22. 

(2). On the reproductive pro- 
cess in the Confervoidea. (Trans- 
actions) viii, 71-80, pi. vi, figs. 1- 
11. 

DUDGEON, R. E. (1). On a submersion 
microscope, xi, 239-241. 



DUPFIN, A. B. (1). Some account of 
Protoplasm, and the part it plays 
in the actions of living beings, 
iii, 251-264. 

DUNCAN, P. M. (1). The histology of 
the reproductive organs of the 
Irid, Tigridia conchiflora ; with a 
description of the phenomena of its 
impregnation, vi, 12-24, pi. i. 

(2). On the motion accompany- 
ing assimilation and growth in the 
Fucacese. xiv, 19-23. 

DURHAM, H. E. (1). Note on the 
presence of a neurenteric canal in 
Rana. xxvi, 509, 510, pi. xxvii. 

DYER, W. T. T. (1). On spontaneous 
generation and evolution, x, 333- 
354. 

(2). On the structure of the 

stem of the screw pine, xii, 50- 
55, pi. V, 

(3). Note on the imbedding of 

crystals in the walls of plant-cells, 
xii, 288, 289, pi. xiv, figs. 1-4. 

(4). On the stem-structure of 

the Carboniferous Lycopodiacese. 
xiii, 152-156. 

(5). Sexual reproduction of 

Thallophytes. xv, 295-326; and 
XV, 396-401. 

(6). The coffee-leaf disease of 

Ceylon, xx, 119-129, pis. ix-xiv. 

DYSTER, F. D. (1). Notes on two new 
British Polyzoa. vi (o. s.), 260, 
261, pi. xxi. 

Dysteria ; Huxley (10), Gosse (2). 

Dytiscus ; foot, Hepworth (1). 



E. 



Ear; histology, Pritchard (2). 

Earbones, Mammalia, DoUo (1). 

EBERHARD, E. (1). On the sexual 
reproduction of the Infusoria 
(transl.). viii, 155-158. 

EBERTH, C. J. (1). On Myoryktes 
weiss manni ; a new parasite, in- 
habiting the muscles of the Frog 
(transl.). iv, 27-30. 

ECKER, A. (1). On the structure and 
vital properties of the contractile 
substance of the lower animals 
(transl.). ii (o. s.), 111-115. 

Echinoderes, Mecznikow (3). 

Echinodermata; apical system, blood- 
vessels, P. H. Carpenter (4). 

— brachiate, larval plates, Sladen (1) 



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EOH EYE 



Echinodermata — 

— vascular system, P. H. Carpenter 

(5). 

— homologies of plates, P. H. Car- 

penter, (1, 2). 

— anatomy of bracliiate, P. H. Car- 

penter. (3). 

— pedicellaria}, Herapath (4). 

— fertilisation of ovum, van Beneden 

(5). 

— affinities with Annelida, P. H. Car- 

penter (1). 

— larva, Balfour (17). 

— see also Asteroidea, Ophiuroidea, 

Echinoidea, Crinoidea, Holothu- 
roidea. 
Echinoidea; vascular system, P. H. 
Carpenter (8). 

— sphteridia, Ayers (1). 

— note on Amphidotus, D. Robertson 

(1). 

— skeleton of Cidaridse, C. Stewart (2). 
Echinorbynchus ; development, Leuc- 

kart (4), Kent (3). 
Eczema, Hogg (4). 
EDWARDS, A. M. (1). On microscopic 

apparatus, v (o. s.), 110-113. 

— — (2). On "finders" for micro- 

scopes. V (o. s.), 200-205. 

(3). On Diatomaceffi collected 

in the United States. (Transac- 
tions) vli, 84-91. 

(4). Method of cleaning Diato- 

macese. vii (o. s.), 167-169. 

(5). On American Diatomacese 

viii (o. s.), 127-129. 

— — (6). On the occurrence of living 

forms in the Hot Waters of Cali- 
fornia, viii, 247-250. 

(7). Note on a point in the 

habits of the Diatomacese and Des- 
midiaceaj. ix, 64-66. 

(8). Notes on Diatomaceie. x, 

270-280. 

— — (9). Different Diatoms on the 

same stipes, xv, 63, 64. 

Ehrenbergina, Brady (3) xxi, 60. 

Elasmobranchii ; branchial sense or- 
gans. Beard (1). 

— cranial nerves, &c., A. M. Marshall 

(3, 4). 

— development, Balfour (4). 

— olfactory organ, A. M. Marshall (2). 

— formation of ovary, Balfour (8). 

— kidney, Sedgwick (1). 

Electric spark, perforations by, R. T. 

Lewis (1). 
Electrotypes of diatoms, Wenham (9). 



ELFVING, F. (1). Studies on the 
pollen-bodies of the Augiosperms 
(ti'ansl.). XX, 19-35, pi. iv. 

ELSBERG, L. (1). Plant-cells and 
living matter, xxiii, 87-98. 

Elysia, development, Haddon (1). 

Embryology, generalisations of; Bal- 
four (5, 16, 17), Haeckel (2), Hux- 
ley (1')), E. R. Lankester (24, 27, 
30, 34), Schafer (4), Sedgwick 
(4, 5), xxvii, 518 ; Whitman (2), 
see also Ovum. 

Endothelium, Foster (2), Cavafy (1). 

ENGELMANN, T. W. (1). Physiology 
of protoplasmic movement (transl.). 
xxiv, 370-418. 

Euteropneusta ; see Balanoglossus. 

Entomostraca, Rupert Jones (1). 

Eolis ; trichocysts, T. S. Wright (5). 

Ephemera, West (5). 

Epistylis, Tatem (2). 

Equus ; structure of foot, Hepworth 
(6). 

ERCOLANI, G. B. (1) and VELLA, L. 
Nouvelles observations sur la de- 
veloppement et la vie de Nema- 
toides (transl.). iii (o. s.), 73-74. 

Eschara, Alder (2), A. M. Norman (1). 

Esox ; hinged teeth. Tomes (5). 

Euglena; chlorophyll in, Sallitt (1). 

— propagation, Itzigsohn (2). 
Euglypha, Archer (25) xvii, 203 and 

330. 
EULENBERG, H. (1). On a black fur 

on the tongue (transl.). ii (o. s.), 

263-266. 
EULENSTEIN, TH. (1). On Homoe- 

cladia in fresh water, iv, 172, 

173. 

— (2). Value of habitat as a distinc- 

tive species, v, 65, 66. 
Eunotia, Walker- Arnott (5). 
Euphyllia, G. C. Bourne (2). 
Eupleuria, gen. n., Walker-Arnott (2). 
Eurypterina, affinities with Limulus, 

Scorpio, &e., E. R. Lankester (51). 
EWART, J. C. (1). On the life-history 

of Bacillus anthracis. xviii, 161- 

169, pi. xi, figs. 1-26. 
Excretory organs, see Nephridia. 
Eye ; histology and physiology, Mac- 

donald (2), Boll (1-3). 

— Arachnida, E. R. Lankester (55). 

— histology, Hulke (1), Moseley (3), 

Klein (2). 

— Insecta, Hickson (4), viii, 173. 

— Invertebrata, Carriere (1) cf. Pat- 

ten (review). 



EYE — FUN 



23 



Eye- 

— muscles, A. M. Marshall (3). 

— preparation for sections, Barrett 

(1). 

— Mollusca, Hickson (1, 2), vii, 131. 



P. 



FARIOW, W. G. (1). An asexual 
growth from the prothallus of 
Pteris cretica. xiv, 266-272, pis. 
X, xi. 

FARRANTS, R. J. (1). An account of 
Mr. Peters's machine for micro- 
scopic writing. (Transactions) iii, 
55-63. 

— — (2). A micrometer object-finder. 

(Transactions) v, 88-95. 
(3). Presidential address, 1862. 

(Transactions) x, 59-76. 
(4). Presidential address, 1863. 

(Transactions) xi, 26-35. 
FARRE, A. (1). Descri])tion of an 

early human embryo of about the 

fourth week of utero-gestation. 

(Transactions) v, 163-168, pi. vii, 

figs. 8-10. 
Fasciola ; in Indian elephant, Cobbold 

(6). 

— hepatica, life-history, A. P. Thomas 

Fat, xi, 295. 

Faujasina; shell of, Williamson (2). 

Favus, Hogg (4). 

Fermentation, Pasteur (1, 4), Lister (5), 

Bennett (2), Lister (6). 
FERRIER, D. (1). The number of the 

red blood-corpuscles in Mammals, 

Birds, and Fishes, xiii, 195. 
Fibrin ; formation of, Mrs. Hart (2). 
Fibro-vascular bundles ; histology. 

Vines (1). 
Filaria canis, Gruby (1), T. R. Lewis 

— sanguinis-hominis, T. R. Lewis (3). 
Firola ; buccal teeth, Macdonald (3). 
Fish-scales J borings in. Rose (1). 
Flabelligera; cardiac body, J. T. Cun- 
ningham (8). 

Flabellina, Brady (3) xix, 271. 
Flabellum, Fowler (1) parts i and iii. 
Flagellata — 

— Mastigamoeba, Biitschli (1). 

— Ciliophrys, Biitschli (1). 

Flint ; relation to diatoms, Wallich (4). 
Floscularia ; development, Weibse (1). 



Flowers ; colouring matter, iii, 78. 

Flustra, gemmation, Haddon (2). 

Flustrella, Redfern (3). 

FOCKE, G. W. (1). On naked fresh- 
water Radiolaria. ix, 67-75. 

Foraminifera ; method of collection, 
Legg (1). 

— Atlantic Ocean, Bailey (2), 

— nuclei, xvii, 93-100. 

— Miliolitidse, W. K. Parker (1). 

— from Loo-Choo Islands, H. B. Brady 

(2). 

FORGAN, W. (1). Dr. Beale's glass 
reflector, vi, 105. 

Foster ; A Course of Elementary Prac- 
tical Physiology (review), xvii, 
188, 189. 

FOSTER, M. (1). On imbedding sub- 
stances for microscopic section. 
X, 124-126. 

(2). On the term Endothelium. 

xiv, 219-223. 

FOULIS, J. (1). On the development 
of the ova and structure of the 
ovary in Man and other Mammalia, 
xvi, 190-221, pis. xvi-xviii. 

FOWLER, G. H. (1). The anatomy of 
the Madreporaria. I. xxv, 577- 
597, pis. xl-xlii. II. xxvii, 1-16, 
pi. i. III. xxviii, 1-17, pis. i, ii. 
IV. xxviii, 413-428, pis. xxxii, 
xxxiii. 

Fox ; Skin Diseases of Parasitic Ori- 
gin, their Nature and Treatment, 
including the Description and Re- 
lations of the Fungi found in 
Man (review), iv, 31-37. 

Fresenius ; Beitrage ziir Mykologie 
(review), ii (o. s.), 118-122. 

Freya j T. S. Wright (2). 

Frey ; Compendium of Histology (re- 
view), xvii, 188, 189. 

— Das Mikroskop, und die Mikro- 

skopische Technik ; ein Handbuch 
fiir Aerzte und Studirende (re- 
view), iv, 39, 40 ; (review of 
translation) xiv, 172-174. 

— The Histology and Histochem- 

istry of Man (review), xvi, 90-94. 
Fritillaria, see Appendicularidae. 
Frog ; see Rana. 

Froudicularia, Brady (3) xix, 270. 
Fucacese ; conceptacle. Bower (1), 

Duncan (2). 
Fungia, G. C. Bourne (1). 
Fungi ; in drinking water, E. Lan- 

kester (I) ; xi, 286, 287. 

— in eggs, xiv, 178, 179. 



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FUN GEB 



Fungi — 

— in lozenges, Rimraington (1), Lind- 

say (6). 

— structure and physiologj', Currey 

(5). 

— Reinscb's Contributiones, Archer 

(24). 

— general, Braun (1). 

— on tea plant, Berkeley (4). 

— parasitic in man. Grove (1), Hep- 

worth (4), Hogg (4, 5) ; xi, 286. 

— reproduction, &c., Cohu(l), Currey 

(3, 8), Bennett (2), Tucker (1). 

— sexuality, &c., Ward (6). 

— whooping-cough, xi, 197. 

— see also Algse, Lichens, Bacteria, 

Ascomycetes. 
Fungoid cutaneous diseases, Gudden 

(1), Meissner (1). 
Funke ; Atlas der Physiologischeii 

Chemie (review), i (o. s.), 137, 138. 
FURLONG, T. (1). On preparing the 

shells of the Polycystinae from 

Springfield, Barbadoes. i, 64-66. 
FUEZE, J. (1). On the illumination 

of objects by polarized light on a 

dark field. (Transactions) iii, 63, 

64. 
Fusisporium. xvi, 332, 333. 



G. 



Gadus, development, J. T. Cunningham 
(5). 

GAGLIARDI, J. (1). Rhizopods in 
London, xi, 80-84. 

Ganoidei ; so-called pro-nephros, Bal- 
four (18). 

Ganot; Elementary Treatise on Physics, 
Experimental and Applied : parts 
i — iv (review), ii, 115. 

Gammarus ; urinary organs, W. B. 
Spencer (1). 

GARDINER, "W. (1). The development 
of the water-glands in the leaf of 
Saxifraga crustata. xxi, 407-414, 
pi. xxiii. 

(2). Note on open communica- 
tion between the cells in the pul- 
vinus of Mimosa pudica. xxii, 
365, 366. 

— — (3). Some recent researches on 
the continuity of the protoplasm 
through the walls of vegetable 
cells, xxiii, 302-319. 

Gasterosteus ; ovum, Ransom (1). 



Gasterotricha ; Mecznikow (3), Tatem 

(1). 
Gastraea-theory, Balfour (IG), Giard 

(1), Hackel (2), E. R. Lankester 

(30, 34), Sedgwick (4). 
Gastropoda — 

— Generative organs, H. Lawson (1, 

3), Sanders (3). 

— Limax, auat., H. Lawson (2). 

— anatomy, Newton (1). 

— phosphorescence, Panceri (4). 

— development, E. R. Lankester (24, 

27, 32), Haddon (1). 

— spermatozoa, Blomfield (1) Part IL 

— Amphineura, Hubrecht (4). 

— nephridia, J. T. Cunningham (2). 

— Chiton, eyes, Moseley (15). 

— Limnseus, development, Hogg (1). 

— Purpura, development, W. B. Car- 

penter (1). 

Gastrulation, Balfour (16), E. R. Lan- 
kester (27, 30, 34). 

Gazzetta Medica Italiana, ser. ii. No. 
43, for October 25th, 1853 (review), 
ii (o. s.), 199. 

Gecko ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer 
(3). 

GEDDES, P. (1). Observations on the 
resting state of Chlamydomyxa 
labyrinthuloides. xxii, 30-34, pi. v. 

GEDGE, J. (1). Another interpretation 
of Dr. Moxon's discovery. vii, 
193-197. 

(2). On the relation of assimi- 
lation and secretion to the func- 
tions of organic life. x, 159- 
168. 

GEGENBAUR. C. (1). Remarks on the 
marginal bodies of the Medusae 
(transl.). vi (o. s.), 103-106. 

(2). On the development of 

Sagitta (transl.). vii (o. s.), 47- 
54. 

Geoplana, Moseley (11). 

Gephyrea — 

— colouring matter, E. R. Lankester 

(19), Sorby (7). 

— histology, Scharff (1). 
Geranium; petal of, luman (1), West 

(2). 
Germinal layers ; homology of, Hackel 
(2), Balfour (16), E. R. Lankerster 
(34). 

— of chick, Balfour (19). 

— inversion, Heape (1-3). 
Germ-theory, Sorby (9). 

Gei'yonia ; development, E. R. Lankes- 
ter (49). 



GIA — GOS 



25 



GIARD, A. (1). The Orthonectida, a 

new class of tlie phylum of the 

Worms. XX, 225-240, pi. xxii. 
GIBBES, H. (1). On the structure of 

the Vertebrate Spermatozoon, xix, 

487-491, pi. xxiv. 
(2). On the use of the Wenham 

binocular witli high powers, xx, 

318, 319. 
(3). On the structure of the 

Spermatozoon, xx, 320, 321. 
(4). On some points in the 

minute structure of the pancreas. 

xxiv, 183-185, pi. xvi, figs. 1-3. 
(5). On some structures found 

in the connective tissue between 

the renal artery and vein in the 

human subject, xxiv, 186-190, pi. 

xvi, figs. 4, 5. 
(6). Histological notes, xxiv, 

191-193. 
GIBBONS, S. (1). On a new method of 

micrometry. (Transactions) vii, 

31-36. 
GIGLIOLI, H. (1). On the genus Cal- 

lidina, with the description and 

anatomy of a new species, iii, 

237-242, pi. xi. 

— — (2). On some parasitical insects 

from China, iv, 18-26, pi. i, S. 

Gill-slits, see Visceral clefts. 

GLAISHER, J. (1). Snow crystals in 
1855. iii (o. s.), 179-185, pis. 
xiii, xiv. 

(2). Further observations on 

the similarity of forms observed 
between snow-crystals and those of 
camphor, iv (o. s.), 203-205, pi. 
xii. 

(3). Presidential address, 1866. 

(Transactions) xiv, 45-63. 

• (4). Presidential address, 1867. 

(Transactions) xv, 25-38. 

(5). Presidential address, 1868. 

(Transactions) xvi, 61-85. 

Glands, histology, Klein, (15). 

Glass ; fracture, Wenham (24), Nor- 
man (3). 

— refractive index, Royston-Pigott 

(8) and passim. 
Glaucoma, Samuelson (2). 
Globigerina ooze, Bailey (2); xv, 65-71. 
Globigerina, xv, 390-392 ; Brady (3) 

xix, 284. 
Glochidium, Houghton (4). 
Gloidium, gen. n., xix, 437. 
Glossiphonidse, Houghton (2). 



Glycerine ; action on preparations, Ord 

Gnetum ; embryogeny. Bower (4). 

GODDARD, D. E. (1). On an improved 
mounting table. (Transactions) 
xii, 45, 46. 

Gold-dust, i (o. s.), 144. 

Goodfellow ; Lectures on the Diseases 
of the Kidney (review), i, 312, 
313. 

Goodsir, John ; The Anatomical Me- 
moirs of, edited by W. Turner, 
M.D., with a Biographical Memoir 
by Henry Lonsdale, M.D. (review). 
ix, 163-170. 

GORHAM, J. (1). Remarks on the 
cornea of the eye in Insects, with 
reference to certain sources of 
fallacy in the ordinary mode of 
computing the microscopic hexa- 
gonal facets of this membrane; 
with an appendix containing a 
brief notice of a new method of 
taking ti'ansparent casts of the 
above and other objects for the 
microscope, in collodion, i (o. s.), 
76-84. 

(2). Brass cementing-pencil. 

ii (o. s.), 56, 57. 

— — (3). On the magnifying power 

of short spaces, illustrated by the 
transmission of light through 
minute apertures, ii (o. s.), 218- 
234, pi. viii ; iii (o. s.), 1-15, pi. i ; 
iv (o. s.), 27-44, pi. iv. 

(4). The rotation of coloured 

discs applied to facilitate the study 
of the laws of harmonious colour- 
ing, and to the multiplication of 
images of objects into kaleidoscopic 
combinations, vii (o. s.), 69-78, 
pis. iv, V. 

(5). On a peculiar distribution 

of vein in leaves of the natural 
order Umbelliferae. (Transactions) 
xvi, 14-25, pi. iii. 

GOSSE, P. H. (1). On the structure, 
functions, habits, and development 
of Melicerta ringens. i (o. s.), 
71-76, pi. ii, figs. 12-27. 

(2). On the zoological position 

of Dysteria. v (o. s.), 138-141. 

Gosse; A Handbook to the Marine 
Aquarium (review), iv, 147-149. 

— A Manual of Marine Zoology for 

the British Isles (review), iv 
(o. s.), 147-149. 



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GOS GRE 



Gosse — 

— A Naturalist's Rambles on the 

Devonshire Coast (review), ii (o. 
s.), 47-50. 

— Evenings at the Microscope; or, 

Researches among the Minuter 
Organs and Forms of Animal Life 
(review), vii (o. s.), 248-251. 

— The Aquarium, an Unveiling of 

the Wonders of the Deep Sea (re- 
view), ii (o. s.), 278, 279. 
Graafian follicle, development, Foulis 

Grautia, Bowerbank (1). 

Grammatophora ; pineal eye, W. B. 
Spencer (3). 

Graphiola, Currey (8). 

GRAY, J. E. (1). On the teeth on the 
tongues of Mollusca. i (o. s.), 
170-176. 

(2). Microscopic slide-dryer, v 

(o. s.), 239. 

GRAY, P. (1). Angular aperture, vii 
(o. s.), 256, 257 ; cf. viii (o. s.), 
135. 

(2). Improvement of the camera 

lucida. viii (o. s.), 137-139. 

(3). On the form of a doubly- 
reflecting prism, and its applica- 
tion to the microscope, i, 273- 
278. 

Greene ; A Manual of the Sub-kingdom 
Protozoa (review), viii (o. s.), 
192. 

Green oysters, E. R. Lankester (62). 

Greensand, ancient and modern, Bailey 
(9)._ 

Gregarinida ; general account, E. R. 
Lankester (1, 3). 

— Drepanidium, E. R. Lankester (52). 

— in Borlasia, M'Intosh (2). 

— of lobster, van Beneden (1). 

— reproduction, van Beneden (3) ; x, 

290. 

— structure and development, van 

Beneden (4), E. R. Lankester (18), 
Leydig (1), KoUiker (2), vi, 40, 
96 ; see also vii, 153. 
GREGORY, W. (1). Notice of a Diato- 
maceous earth found in the Isle of 
Mull. (Transactions) i, 92-99. 

— • — (2). Observations on some 

deposits of fossil Diatomacese. 
(Transactions) ii, 104-106. 

— — (3). Additional observations on 

the Diatomaceous deposit of Mull, 
ii (o. s.), 24-28, pi. iv. 



GREGORY, W.— 

(4). Notice of the new forms 

and varieties of known forms oc- 
curring in the Diatomaceous earth 
of Mull ; with remarks on the 
classification of the Diatomacese. 
ii (o. s.), 90-100, pi. iv. 

(5). The Boghead coal. ii 

(o. s.), 200, 201. 

(6). On a remarkable group of 

Diatomaceous forms, with remarks 
on shape or outline as a specific 
character in the Diatomacese. 
(Transactions) iii, 10-15, pi. ii. 

— — (7). On a post-tertiary lacus- 

trine sand, containing Diatoma- 
ceous exuvia), from Glenshira, near 
Inverary. iii (o. s), 30-43, pi. iv. 
Part II. (Transactions) iv, 35-48, 
pi. V, and (Transactions) v, 67-88, 
pl.i. 

— — (8). Notice of some new species 

of British freshwater Diatomacese. 
iv (o. 8.), 1-14, pi. i. 

GREVILLE, R. K. (1). Description of 
some new Diatomaceous forms from 
the West Indies, v (o. s.), 7-12, 
pi. iii. 

(2). Descriptions of new species 

of British DiatomaceEe, chiefly ob- 
served by the late Professor Gre- 
gory, vii (o. s.), 79-86, pi. vi, 
figs. 1-17. 

(3). Note on a structure ob- 
served in Surirella. vii (o. s.), 
116, 117. 

(4). Descriptions of Diatoma- 
cese observed in Californian guano, 
vii (o. s.), 155-166, pis. vii, viii. 

— — (5). On Plagiogramma, a new 

genus of Diatomacese. vii (o. s.), 
207-211, pi. X. 

— — (6). On Camplyodiscus, &c. 

(Transactions) viii, 29-32, pi. i. 

— — (7). A monograph of the genus 

Asterolampra, including Asterom- 
phalus and Spatangidum. (Trans- 
actions) viii, J 02-124, pis. iii, iv. 

(8). Descriptions of new and 

rare Diatoms. (Transactions) ix, 
39-45, pi. iv, and 67-87, pls.viii-x ; 
ii, 231-236, pi. x ; (Transactions) 
x, 18-29, pis. ii, iii, and 89-96, pi. 
ix ; (Transactions) xi, 13-21, pi. i, 
and 63-76, pis. iv, v ; iii, 227-237, 
pis. ix, X ; (Transactions) xii, 8-14, 
pis. i, ii, and 81-86, pis. x, xi, and 
87-94, pis. xii, xiii ; (Transactions) 



GRE — HAO 



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GREVILLE, R. K.— 

xiii, 1-10, pis. i-x, and 24-34, pis. 
iii, iv, and 43-75, pis. v, vi, and 
97-105, pis. viiijix; ('I'ransactious) 
xiv, 1-9, pis. i, ii, and 77-86, pis. 
viii, ix, and 121-130, pis. xl, xii. 

— — (9). On the Asterolamprae of 
the Barbadoes deposit. (Trans- 
actions) X, 41-55, pis. vii, viii. 

(10) • A monograph of the 

genus Auliscus. (Transactions) 
xi, 36-53, pis. ii, iii. 

Greville, R. K., obituary, vi, 199, 200. 

Griffiths and Henfrey ; The Microgra- 
phic Dictionary, parts i and ii (re- 
view), ii (o. s.), 278 ; (review of 
complete work), iv (o. s.), 227-230. 

Griffith ; An Elementary Text-book of 
the Microscope, including a De- 
scription of the Methods of Pre- 
paring and Mounting Objects, &c. 
(review), iv, 201-203. 

GRIFFITHS, W. H. (1). The theory 
of circulation in the VorticellidEe. 
iv, 295, 296. 

Gronland, Cornu, et Rivet ; Des Pre- 
pai'ations Microscopiques tirees du 
Regne Vegetal, et des diflerents 
Ijrocedes aemployer pour en assurer 
le conservation (review), xiii, 82, 
83. 

Gromia, Archer (15) ix, 390 and x, 
124; Archer (25) xvii, 201. 

GROVE, J. (1). On a fungus parasitic 
in the human ear. (Transactions) 
v, 161, 162, pi. vii, figs. 1-7. 

GROVE, W. B. (1). Some account of 
Polystigma rubrum, based upon 
the recent investigations of Dr. 
A. B. Frank and C. Fisch. xxiv, 
328-334. 

GROVES, J. W. (1). On arranging and 
cataloguing microscopic specimens, 
xiv, 248-250. 

GRUBY, M. (1) & 0. DELAFOND. On 
a species of Filaria found in the 
blood of the domestic Dog (transl.). 
ii (o. s.), 33-35. 

Guano ; origin, xii, 71. 

GUDDEN, B. (1). On cutaneous dis- 
eases dependent upon parasitic 
growths (transl.). ii (o. s.), 29- 
33, 185-188. 

GULLAND, G. L. (1). Evidence in 
favour of the view that the coxal 
gland of Limulus and of other 
Arachnida is a modified nephri- 
dium. XXV, 511-520, pi. xxxvi. 



GULLIVER, G. (1). On the import- 
ance of Raphides as natural charac- 
ters in Botany, iv, 6-10. 

(2). Notes on Raphides. iv, 

205-209. 

(3). On Raphides as natural 

chai-acters in the British Flora, 
vi, 1-10. 

(4). On Raphides, Sphaeraphi- 

des, and Crystal Prisms; especially 
as to how and where they may be 
easiest found and discriminated, 
ix, 232-241. 

(5). Size of the red corpuscles 

of the blood of the Porbeagle or 
Beaumaris Shark (Lamna cornu- 
bica). xii, 40-41. 

(6). On the crystals in the 

testa of the Elm, and the character 
of the epidermis of the Tway- 
blade. xiii, 290-293. 

GUY, W. A. (1). On the microscopic 
characters of the crystals of ar- 
senious acid. (Transactions) ix, 
50-59. 

(2). On the preservation and 

mounting of microscopic objects 
in minute tubes. (Transactions) 
X, 77-82. 

(3). On microscopic sublimates; 

and especially on the sublimates of 
the alkaloids. (Transactions) xvi, 
1-13, pis. i, ii. 

GUYON, G. (1). Gutta-percha troughs, 
i, 132. 

(2). A simple trough for Zoo- 
phytes, &c. iii, 201. 

Gymnadenia ; development, H. M. 
Ward (1). 

Gymnophrys, Archer (25) xvii, 348. 

Gymnosarca, gen. n., Kent (2). 

Gymnosomatous larva, Moseley (10). 

Gymnosporium, Currey (5). 

GyrodactyluSjWagener (1), Cobbold (5). 



H. 



Hackel ; Biologische Studien (review), 
xi, 60-68, pi. V. 

HACKEL, E. (1). Monograph of Mo- 
nera (transl.). ix, 27-42, 113-134, 
219-232, and 327-342, pis. ix, x. 

(2). The Gastra;a-theory, the 

phylogenetic classification of the 
animal kingdom, and the homology 
of the germ lamella) (transl.). xiv, 
142-165, pi. vii; and xiv, 223-247. 



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BMC — HAR 



Hfccl<elina, see Astrorbiza. 

HADDON, A. C. (1). Notes on the de- 
velopment of Mollusea. xxii, 367- 
370, pi. xxxi. 

(2). On budding in Polyzoa. 

xxiii, 516-555. 

Haemadipsa, A. G. Bourne (6), Whit- 
man (3). 

Hfematids, see Blood-corpuscles, red. 

Hsematozoa (unicellular), T. R. Lewis 
(2, 4, 5). 

— Nematoda, T. R. Lewis (3), Gruby 

Hfemocyanin, Macmunn (1). 
Hsemoo^lobin, Sorby (8). 

— of Rodent's blood, Halliburton (3). 

— altered, in placenta. Ay res (1). 

— see also Blood, colouring matters, 

and Colouring matters, animal. 

Haemopis, A. G. Bourne (6), Whitman 
(3). 

HAILES, H. F. (1). New " white- 
cloud " lamp shade, ix, 156-158. 

Halecium, AUman (10). 

HALFOED, G. B. (1). Experiments nn 
the poison of the Cobra-di-Capella. 
vii, 281, 282. 

Halicryptus ; skin and nervous system, 
Scharff (1). 

Haliphysema, E. R. Lankester (40). 

Halisarca ; development, Sollas (2). 

— genitalia, xvii, 185-187. 

Hall ; Hints on the Pathology, Dia- 
gnosis, Prevention, and Treatment 
of Thoracic Consumption (review). 
V (o. s.), 162-166, pi. X. 

HALL, J. C. (1). On an easy method 
of viewing certain of the Disito- 
macese. iv (o. s.), 205-208, pi. 
xiii. 

HALL, "W. H. (1). Paraffin oils ; their 
relative value to the microscope. 
(Transactions) xiii, 87, 88. 

(2). On anew form of conden- 
ser with a blue-tinted field lens. 
(Transactions) xvi, 108-110. 

HALLIBURTON, W. D. (1). On the 
occurrence of Cliitin as a consti- 
tuent of the cartilages of Limulns 
and Sepia, xxv, 173-181. 

(2). Note on the chemical 

composition of the zoocytium of 
Ophrydium versatile, xxv, 445- 
447. 

(3). On the haemoglobin crys- 

stals of Rodents' blood, xxviii, 
181-199. 



HALLIBURTON, W. D.— 

— — (4). An easy method of obtain- 

ing methsemoglobin crystals for 
microscopic examination, xxviii, 
201-204. 
HAMILTON, D. J. (1). On the inject- 
ing of objects for microscopical 
examination by means of air- 
pressure, xiii, 252-255. 

— — (2). On myelitis, being an ex- 

perimental inquiry into the patho- 
logical appearances of the same. 
XV, 335-342, pi. xvi. 

HANKIN, E. H. (1). Some new me- 
thods of using the aniline dyes for 
staining Bacteria, xxvii, 401 - 
411. 

Hannover ; On the Construction and 
Use of the Microscope (review). 
i (o. s.), 284-286. 

— Ueber die Entwickelung und Bau 

des Saugethierzahns (review), v 

(o. s.), 166-171. 
HANSEN, G. A. (1). The Bacillus of 

leprosy, xx, 92-102, pi. viii. 
Haplobranchus ; gen. n., A. G. Bourne 

(4). 
Haplophragmium, Brady (3) xxi, 50. 
HARLEY, G. (1). On the organs of 

cutaneous respiration ; principally 

on those of the Rana temporaria. 

(Transactions) v, 148-157, pi. vi. 
Harley ; Histological Demonstrations 

for the Use of the Medical and 

Veterinary Professions (review). 

viii, 85-86. 
HARMER, S. F. (1). On the structure 

and development of Loxosoma. 

xxv, 261-337, pis. xix-xxi. 

— — (2). On the life-history of 

Pedicellina. xxvii, 239-263, pis. 
xxi, xxii. 
HARRIS, V. (1). Pacinian corpuscles 
in the pancreas and mesenteric 
glands of the Cat. xxi, 502, 503. 

— - — (2). Note on Pacinian corpus- 

cles, xxii, 899, 400, pi. xxxii. 

(3). On double-staining nucle- 
ated blood-corpuscles with aniline 
dves. xxiii, 292-301. 

HART, MRS. E. (1). On the micro- 
metric numeration of the blood- 
corpuscles and the estimation of 
their basmoglobin. xxi, 132-145. 

— — (2). Note on the formation of 

fibrine. xxii, 255-259, pi. xxi. 
Hartea ; gen. n., E. P. Wright (1). 



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HARTIG, S. (1). On the cuticle of 
Ligneous Plants (transl.). ii 
(o. s.), 4.3, 44. 

(2). On the influence of dilute 

sulphuric acid on the deposit layers 
of the cell wall in its earliest con- 
dition (transl.). iv (o. s.), 78-80. 

HARTING, P. (1). Mode of determin- 
ing the optical power of a micro- 
scope, i (o. s.), 292-295. 

(2). Modes of determining, hy 

the use of the microscope, the re- 
fractive index of fluids (transl.). 
vi (o. s.), 107-113. 

(3). On the artificial production 

of some of the principal organic 
calcareous formations (transl.). 
xii, 118-123 ; cf . xii, 390, 391. 

Harting; Das Mikroskop: Theorie, 
Gebrauch, Geschichte, und gegen- 
wartige Zustand desselben (re- 
view), vii (o. s), 194, 195. 

HARTOG, M. M. (1). On the mode in 
which Hydra swallows its prey. 
XX, 243, 244. 

(2). On the anal respiration of 

the Copepoda. xx, 244, 245. 

(3). On the respiration of the 

Crustacea, xx, 485. 

(4). On the formation and 

liberation of the zoospores in the 
Saprolegniefe. xxvii, 427-438. 

HARVEY, R. T. (1). Note on the 
organ of Jacobson. xxii, 50-52. 

Harvey ; The Sea-side Book, being an 
Introduction to the Natural His- 
tory of the British Coasts (re- 
view), i (o. s.), 280-284. 

HARVEY, W. H. (1), & J. W.BAILEY. 
New species of Diatomaceaa. iii 
(o. s.), 93, 94. 

Hassall ; Adulterations Detected, or 
Plain Instructions for the Dis- 
covery of Frauds in Food and 
Medicine (review), v (0. s.), 229- 
232. 

Hastigerina, Brady (3) xix, 291. 

HASWELL, W. A. (1). On the struc- 
ture of the so-called glandular 
ventricle (Driisenmagen) of Syllis. 
xxvi, 471-480, pi. XXV. 

(2). On Temnocephala, an 

aberrant monogenetic Trematode. 
xxviii, 279-302, pis. xx-xxii. 

Hatteria ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer 
(3). 

Hauerina, Brady (3) xix, 267, and 
xxi, 46. 



HAWKESLEY, T. (1). New section 
macliine. x, 190, 191. 

HAYCRAFT, J. B. (1). Upon the cause 
of the striation of voluntary mus- 
cular tissue, xxi, 307-329. 

HAYS, W. H. (1). Some remarks on 
mounting microscopical prepara- 
tions in Canada balsam and chloro- 
form, v, 19-21. 

Head-cavities, Marshall (3). 

Head-kidney, see Pronephros. 

HEAPE, W. (1). The development of 
the Mole (Talpa europea). The 
formation of the germinal layers, 
and early development of the me- 
dullary groove and notochord. 
xxiii, 412-452, pis. xxviii-xxxi. 

(2). The development of the 

Mole (Talpa europea), the ovarian 
ovum, and segmentation of the 
ovum, xxvi, 157-174, pi. xi. 

— — (3). The development of the 

Mole (Talpa europea). xxvii, 123- 

163, pis. xi-xiii. 
HEATHCOTE, F. G. (1). On a peculiar 

sense organ in Scutigera coleop- 

trata, one of the Myriapoda. xxv, 

235-260, pi. xviii. 
(2). The early development of 

Julus terrestris. xxvi, 449-470, 

pis. xxiii, xxiv. 
Hedriocystis, Archer (25) xvii, 67. 
Heiberg ; Conspectus Criticus Diato- 

macearum Danicarum (review), iv, 

198-200. 
HEISCH, C. (1). On the improvement 

of Nachet's stereo- pseudosco pic 

binocular microscope. (Transac- 
tions) xvi, 111-113. 
HEITZMANN, C. (1). Researches on 

bone and cartilage (transl.). xiii, 

169-186, pis. vii, viii. 
Heliopora, colour, Moseley (9). 
Heliozoa — 

— various. Archer (15, 16, 25). 

— reproduction, xviii (205). 

— Actinophrys, Kolliker (1), Weston 

(1), Boswell (1). 
Helix, anatomy, Newton (1). 

— reproductive organs, H. Lawson 

(1), Sanders (1, 2, 3). 

— spermatozoa, Blomfield (1) part ii. 
Helminthosporium, Currey (5). 
Hemeschara, A. M. Norman (1). 
Hemichordata, see Balanoglossus. 
Hemileia; gen. n., xiii, 80-82: Dyer 

(6), H. M. Ward (2). 



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HENDRY, W. (1). The diagonal scale, 
vii (o. s.), 255, 256. 

(2). Angle of aperture. viii 

(o. s.), 61, 62. 

(3). Ainphipleura pellucida. 

viii (o. s.), 208, 209. 

(4). The Saccharo-polariscope. 

viii (o. s.), 248-250. 

(5). On Amphipleura pellucida. 

i, 87-89. 

(6). On Hyalodiscus suhtilis 

(syn. Craspedodiscus franklini). 
i, 179-183. 

(7). On Navicula rhomboides. 

i, 231-234. 

(8). On the Hull Pleurosigma 

fasciola. ii, 152-155. 
— — (9). On the nerve-cells of the 
spinal cord in the Ox. iii, 41-45. 
(10). On Teichmann's blood- 
crystals, iv, 168-171. 
HENIREY, A. (1). On a peculiarity 
in the thickening layers of veget- 
able cells, i (o. s.),233, 234. 
(2). On the history of the vine- 
gar plant, i (o. s.), 235. 

(3). Notes on some freshwater 

Coufervoid Alg83 new to Britain. 
(Transactions) iv, 49-54, pi. iv. 

(4). On Chlorosphaera, a new 

genus of unicellular freshwater 
Algse. (Transactions) vii, 25-29, 
pi. iii. 
HENLE, J. (1) & C. PFEUFER. On 
sarcina in the lungs (transl.). ii 
(o. s.), 41, 42. 
HENSEN, V. (1). On the auditory 
organ in the Decapod Crustaceans 
(transl.). v, 31-35. 
HEPWORTH, J. (1). On the structure 
of the foot of the Fly. ii (o. s.), 
158-163, pi. V. 

(2). Memoranda on Flies' feet. 

iii (o. s.), 312-314. 

(3). Further remarks on the 

Fly's foot, iv (o. s.), 88, 89. 
(4). Observations on the prac- 
tical application of the microscope, 
iv (o. s.). 109-111, pi. viii; v 
(o. s.), 1-3, pi. i. 

(5). On compound nucleated 

cells, v (o. s.), 141, 142, pi. ix. 
(6). Some remarks on the struc- 
ture of the Horse's foot, v, 243- 
249, pis. X, xi. 
Hepworth, J.; obituary, viii, 130. 



HERAPATH, W. B. (1). Paper on the 
discover}' of quinine and quinidine 
(/3. quinine) in the urine of pa- 
tients under medical treatment 
with the salts of these mixed 
alkaloids, ii (o. s.), 13-18, pi. ii. 

— — (2). On the manufacture of 

large avaiUible crystals of sulphate 
of iodo-quiuine (herapathite) for 
optical purposes as artificial tour- 
malines, ii (o. s.), 83-90; cf. 
i (o. s.), 57, 58. 

— — (3). On the genus Synapta, 

with some new British species. 

V, 1-7, pi. i. 
(4) On the pedicellarise of the 

Echinodermata. v, 175-184, pis. 

iv, V. 
Hermaphroditism ; Rana, A. G. Bourne 

(5) ; Myxine, J. T. Cunningham 

(6). 
HERBST, M. (1). Experiments on 

the transmission of intestinal 

worms (transl.). i (o. s.), 209- 

211. 
Heterogenesis and Archebiosis, Dyer 

(1); xi, 195-197; xii, 166-169, 

Huxley (14), Joly (1), Pasteur (2), 

Wyman (1) ; xii, 302-306, H. L. 

Smith (2), Bastian (review) ; v, 51. 

— discussion at French Academy, iv, 

143-146. 
Heterophrys, Archer (15) ix, 267 and 

X, 107 ; (25) xvi, 351. 
Heteropoda, buccal teeth, Macdonuld, 

(3). 
Hevea ; laticiferous vessels, D. H. 

Scott (3). 
Hexagonal facets ; number in circles, 

vi (o. s.), 83-86. 
Hexamitus, Biitschli (1). 
Hexapoda ; see Insecta. 
Hibberd; Rustic Adornments forHomes 

of Taste (review), iv, 298. 
HICKS, F. J. (1). A finder for Hart- 

nack's microscopes, xiv, 175, 176. 
HICKS, J. B. (1). On the amojboid 

condition of Volvox globator. 

(Transactions) viii, 99-102, pi. vi, 

figs. 12-14. 
(2). Contributions to the know- 
ledge of the development of the 

gonidia of Lichens, in relation to 

the unicellular Algae, &c. viii 

(o. s.), 239-244, pi. x, figs. 1, 2. 

Part II, i, 15-22, pi. ii. Part III, 

i, 90-97, pi. V. 



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HICKS, J. B.— 

(3). On the diamorphosis of 

Lyngbya, Schizogonium, and Pra- 

siola, and their connection with 

the so-called PalmellaccEe. i, 157- 

166, pi. viii. 
(4). On the motionless spores 

(statospores) of Volvox globator. 

i, 281-283, pi. ix, figs. 1, 2. 
(5). Observations on vegetable 

amceboid bodies, ii, 96-103, pi. iv. 

— — (6). Vegetable amoeboid bodies. 

iii, 137, 138. 
(7). Remarks on Mr. Archer's 

paper on Algse. iv, 253-258. 
(8). On freshwater Algse. vii, 

4-8. 

— — (9). On Draparnaldia cruciata. 

ix, 383-385, pi. xix. 

(10). Observations on patho- 
logical changes in the red blood- 
corpuscles, xii, 114-117, pi. viii. 

HICKSON, S. J. (1). The eye of Pec- 
ten. XX, 443-455. 

(2). The eye of Spondylus. 

xxii, 362-364. 

(3). The structure and relations 

of Tubipora. xxiii, 556-578, pis. 
xxxix, xl, 

(4). The eye and optic tract of 

insects, xxv, 215-251, pis. xv- 
xvii. 

HIGGINS, J. F. (1). On microscopic 
illumination, x, 150-158. 

HIGHLEY, S. (1). Achromatic gas- 
lamp for the microscope, i, (o. s.), 
142-144. 

(2). On the practical applica- 
tion of photography to the illus- 
tration of works on microscopy, 
natural history, anatomy, &c. i 
(o. s.), 178-194. 

(3). Microscope camera, i (o. 

s.), 305, 306, 

(4). Is coal a mineralogical 

species? ii (o. s.), 140, 141. 

(5). Contributions to micro- 
mineralogy, iv (o. s.), 220-224 
and 277-286. 

(6). Highley's new compres- 

sorium. ii, 307, 308. 

Hincks ; A History of the British Hy- 
droid Zoophytes (review), x, 70- 
73. 

Hincks ; A History of the British Ma- 
rine Polyzoa (review), xx, 481, 
482. 



HINCKS, T. (1). Comatula rosacea — 
encrinitic state, v (o. s.), 18. 

(2). On some new British 

Polyzoa. V (o. s.), 175, 176, pi. 
xvii of zoophytology, figs, 5-8 ; v 
(o. s.), 249, 250, 

(3). Descriptions of new Poly- 
zoa from Ireland, viii (o. s.), 275- 
280, pi. XXX of zoophytology. 

— — (4). Note on the ovicells of 

the cheilostomatous Polyzoa, i, 
278-281. 

(5). Note on Dr. Heinrich 

Nitsche's paper on "Some In- 
teresting Points concerning the 
Mode of Reproduction of the 
Bryozoa." xi, 235-238, 

— — (6), On the Protozoon Ophryo- 

dendron abietinum. xiii, 1-9, pi. i. 

(7), Contributions to the his- 
tory of the Polyzoa, xiii, 16-36, 
pi. ii, 

(8). Note on the movements 

of the vibracula in Caberea Boryi, 
and on the supposed common 
nervous system in the Polyzoa. 
xviii, 7 — 9. 

Hipparchia; scales, Wonfor (1), 

Hippothoa, A. M. Norman (1). 

Hirudinea ; anatomy and affinities, 
A. G. Bourne (6). 

— of Japan, Whitman (3). 

— Glossiphonidse, Houghton (2). 

— Clepsine, development, Whitman 

(1). 

— ova of Nephelis, lijima (1). 

— see also Hirudo, 

Hirudo, A. G. Bourne (6), Whitman (3). 

— nephridia. A, G. Bourne (1, 3). 

— capillaries of integument, E, R. 

Lankester (44). 

— connective and vasifactive tissues, 

E. R. Lankester (45). 

His ; Beitrage zur normalen und patho- 
logischen Histologic der Cornea 
(review), vi (o. s.), 49-58. 

HISLOP, W. (1). Description of an ob- 
ject-compressor for preparing and 
mounting objects. (Transactions) 
v, 159, 160. 

(2). Description of a new 

"secondary stage," (Transactions) 
vi, 94-96. 

Histology ; lectures on, Beale (5). 

— notes on various tissues, Klein (15, 

18), Gibbes (6). 

— practical instruction, Rutherford, 



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HOBSON, J. (1). Notes on Indian 

Desinidcic. iii, 168—170. 
HODGSON, W. (1). Binocular and 

stereoscopic microscope, ii (o. s.), 

57, 58. 
(2). On an easy method of 

wiping thin glass covers, iii (o. s.), 

243, 244. 

— — (3). On defining the position, 

and measuring the magnitude of 
microscopic objects. iv (o. s.), 
209-212. 

(4). Application of collodion 

to the production of stage and 
eye-piece micrometers for the 
microscope, iv (o. s.), 240. 

HOFFMANN, H. (1). On contractile 
tissues in the Hymenomycetes 
(transl.). ii (o. s.), 243-250. 

Hofl'meister ; On the Germination, De- 
velopment, and Fructification of 
the Higher Cryptogamia, and on 
the Fructification of the Coniferse 
(review), iii, 66-72. 

Hogg; A Manual of Ophthalmoscopic 
Surgery (review), iv, 38. 

Hogg; The Microscope, its History, 
Construction, and Applications 
(review), ii (o. s.), 277, 278 ; 3rd 
edition, vi (o. s), 117; 6th edition, 
viii, 84, 85. 

HOGG, J. (1). Observations on the 
development and growth of the 
Water-snail (Limnseus stagnalis). 
(Transactions) ii, 91-103, pi. vii. 

— — (2). Cilia in Diatomaceae. iii 

(o. s.), 235, 236. 

(3). Facts on the propagation 

of Actinia, v (o. s.), 238, 239. 

— — (4). A microscopical inquiry 

into the vegetable parasites in- 
festing the human skin. (Trans- 
actions) vii, 39-57, pi. iv. 

(5). Further observations on 

the vegetable parasites, particu- 
larly those infesting the human 
skin. (Transactions) xiv, 10-23, 
pis. iii, iv. 

(6). The lingual membrane of 

MoUusca, and its value in classifi- 
cation. (Transactions) xvi, 93- 
104, pis. viii — xi, and pi. xiii. 

HOLLAND, T. S. (1). Excess of the 
colourless corpuscles of the blood 
(leucocythemia) occurring in cases 
of goitre, i (o. s.), 176-178. 

Holothuroidea — 

— embryology, W. Thomson (2). 



Holothuroidea — 

— Philippines, viii, 161. 

— Synapta, Herapath (3). 

— Channel Is., E. R. Lankestcr (G). 

— pharynx of sp. ign., Moseley (14). 
Homarus ; eye, Newton (3). 

Homo ; development of ova and ovary, 
Foulis (1). 

— foetus, Farre (1), Blenkins (1). 
Homceocladia ; in fresh water, Eulen- 

stein (1, 2). 
Hormosina, Brady (3) xix, 60 and 

xxi, 51. 
Hornera, Alder (2). 
HORST, R. (1). On the development 

of the European Oyster, xxii, 

341-346, pi. xxvii. 
HOUGHTON, W. (1). Cristatella mu- 

cedo. Where to look for and how 

to find this Polyzoou. viii (o. s.), 

59-61. 

— — (2). Remarks on the Glossi- 

phonidse, a family of discophorous 
Annulata. i, 33-39, pi. iii. 

— — (3). Observations on the fly 

affecting the mangold wurzel crops 
in the year 1861. iii, 39-43, pi. i ; 
cf. ii, 230. 

(4). On the parasitic nature of 

the fry of Anodonta cyguea. ii, 
162-168, pi. vii. 

(5). Note on the existence of a 

pair of subcutaneous orifices in 
the head of the Eel and Conger, 
iv, 1, 2, pi. i, a. 

HUBRECHT, A. A. W. (1). Some re- 
marks about the minute anatomy 
of Mediterranean Nemerteans. xv, 
249-256, pi. xiii, figs. 6-8. 

(2). Researches on the nervous 

systems of Nemertines (trausl.). 
XX, 274-282. 

— — (3). The peripheral nervous sys- 

tem in Palseo- and Schizo-nemer- 
tini, one of the layers of the body 
wall. XX, 431-442, pis. xxxii, xxxiii. 

— • — (4). A contribution to the 
morphology of the Amphineura. 
xxii, 212-228. 

(5). On the ancestral form of 

the Chordata. xxiii, 349-368, pi. 
xxiii. 

(6). Contributions to the em- 
bryology of the Nemertea. xxvi, 
417-448, pi. xxii. 

(7). The relation of the Ne- 
mertea to the Vertebrata. xxvii, 
605-644, pi. xiii. 



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Hudson and Gosse ; Tlie Rotifera or 
Wheel Animalcules (review), xxvi, 
508. 

HUDSON, C. T. (1). On Pedalion mira. 
xii, 333-338, pi. xix. 

(2). An attempt to re-classify 

the llotifers. xxiv, 335-356. 

HUGWIINS, W. (1). Note on the pris- 
matic examination of microscopic 
objects. (Transactions) xiii, 85- 
87. 

HULKE, J, W. (1). Observations on 
the histology of the eye. x, 317- 
333, pi. xix. 

HUNT, G. (1). Rotation in the Vallis- 
neria spiralis, ii (o. s.), 55, 56. 

(2). The spiral vessel of rhubarb, 

as seen under the influence of 
polarized light, ii (o. s.), 288. 

(3). Curious eflect of moisture 

on the markings of the Pleurosigma. 
iii (o. s.), 174-176; of. iii (o. s.), 
232, 233. 

(4). Nobert's tests, v (o. s.), 

233-236. 

(5). The proboscis of the Blow- 
fly, iv (o. s.), 238, 239. 

HUTTON, F. W. (1). On the discovery 
of Arachnoidiscus ornatus and A. 
Ehrenbergii, at Malahide, co. 
Dublin, v, 132, 133, 

iluxleya; gen. n., Dyster (1). 

Huxley ; Lectures on the Elements of 
Comparative Anatomy (review), 
iv, 63-81. 

— Royal College of Surgeons, Hun- 
terian Lectures on the Inverte- 
brata (abstract), viii, 126-129 and 
191-202. 

HUXLEY, T. H. (1). Lacinularia socia- 
lis. A contribution to tlie anattiniy 
and physiology of the Rotifera. 
(Transactions) i, 1-19, pis. i, ii, 
and half of iii. 

(2). Observations on the exis- 
tence of cellulose in the tunic of 
Ascidians. i (o. s.), 22-24. 

(3). On the development of the 

teeth, and on the nature and im- 
port of Nasmyth's " persiNtent 
capsule." i (o. s.), 149-164, pi. 
iii. 

(4). On the structure and rela- 
tion of the corpuscula tnctus 
(tactile corpuscles or axile cor- 
puscles), and of the Pacinian 
bodies, ii (o. s ), 1-7, pi. i ; 139, 
140. 



HUXLEY, T. H.— 

(5). On the ultimate structure 

and relations of the Miilpighiau 
bodies of the spleen and of the 
tonsillar follicles, ii (o. s.), 74-82, 
pi. iii. 

(6). On the structure of Nocti- 

luca miliaris, iii (o. s.), 49-54, 
pi. v. 

(7). On the enamel and dentine 

of the teeth, iii (o. s.), 127-130. 

(8). Further observations on 

the structure of Appendicularia 
flabellum (Chamisso). iv (o. s.), 
181-191, pi. X. 

(9). Note on the reproductive 

organs of the Cheilostome Polyzoa. 
iv (o. s.), 191, 192. 

— — (10). On Dysteria ; a new genus 

of Infusoria, v (o. s.), 78-82, pi. 
vii, figs. 13-15, 

(!!)• Observations on the de- 
velopment of some parts of the 
skeleton of Fishes. vii (o. s.), 
33-46, pi. iii. 

(12). On the structure of the 

mouth and pharynx of the Scorpion, 
viii (o. s.), 250-254, pi. xii. 

— — (13)- Od some organisms living 

at great depths in the North Atlan- 
tic Ocean, viii, 203-212, pi. iv. 

— — (14). On the relations of Peni- 

cillium, Torula, and Bacterium, x, 
355-362. 

— — (15). On the classification of 

the animal kingdom, xv, 52-56. 
(16). On Saprolegnia in relation 

to the salmon disease, xxii, 311- 

333. 
Hyalodiscus, Archer (25) xvii, 342; 

Hendry (6). 
Hyalonema, E. P. Wright (2). 
Hyalosphenia, Archer (25) xvii, 110. 
Hydra ; anatomy and development, 

Allraan (11). 

— a unicellular organism, Ecker (1). 

— chlorophyll, E. R. Lankester (53). 

— histoloijv, digestion, &c., T. J. 

Parker"(2), Hartog (1). 
Hydrachna in Anodon, Houghton (4). 
Hydractinia3 ; Pycnogon lai'vaj in, T. 

S. Wright (4). 
Hydrodictyon, Pringsheim (2). 
Hydromedusse; nervous system, B.il- 

four (7). 

— Thaumantias, T. S. Wright (3), 

Cobbold (3). 



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Hydromedusse — 

— embryology and sp. n., T. S. Wright 

(4). 

— Lucernaria, Keferstein (2). 

— Schizocladium, Allnuin (7). 

— Cordylophora, Allman (8), Price 

— Halecium, Allman (10). 

— Velella, colouring matter, E. R. 

Lantester (19). 

— muscle, Kidd (4). 

— Limnocodium, E. R. Lankester 

(46, 48, 49). 

— skeletons under polariscope, G. Bird 

— Tubularia, development, Mummery 

— Campanularia, Schultze (2). 

— Carduella, Allman (5). 

— see also Hydra. 

Hydroptila ; larva, C. S. Tomes (1). 
Hydrosera, Wallich (2). 
Hydrozoa; action of fresh water, E. 
R. Lankester (47), Romanes (1). 

— for spp. nn. see Zoophytology. 

— nervous system, Balfour (7). 

— origin of sexual cells, Weisman (re- 

view). 

— marginal sense organs, Gegenbaur 

— see also Hydromedusse. 

Hyla; papilla3 of tongue, Beale (16). 
Hymenomycetes ; contractile tissue, 

Hoffmann (1). 
Hypophysis cerebri, homologies, Hu- 

brecht (5), Sheldon (1). 
Hyperammina, Brady (3) xix, 32. 



I. 



lanthina, development, Haddon (1). 

Icthydina, Mecznikow (3). 

Icthyopsida ; branchial sense organs, 
Beard (1). 

Iguana ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 

IIJIMA, I. (1). On the origin and 
growth of the eggs and egg-strings 
in Nephelis, with some observa- 
tions on the " spiral asters." xxii, 
189-211, pis. xvii-xix. 

Inflammation, x, 242-264, Mecznikow 

(5)- 
Infusoria ; chlorophyll in, Sallitt (1). 

— in cancerous discharge, i (o. s.), 

144. 

— "stomachs," Samuelson (1, 3). 



Infusoria — 

— supposed sexuality, ii, 176-196, 

ii, 285-292, Eberhard (1). 

— trichocysts, Allman (3). 

— see also Ciliata. 

Injection; by air-pressure, Hamilton 

— fluid, Richardson (1). 

— of hexapoda, xiii, 85. 

— of lymph spaces, Bowditch (1). 

— syringe, Robei'tson (3). 

INMAN, T. (1). Structure of the epi- 
dermis of the petal of the Ge- 
ranium, i (o. s.), 56, 57. 

(2). On the formation of dotted 

tissue, i (o. s.), 57. 

(3). Desquamation of pulmo- 
nary air-cells, i (o. s.), 58-60. 

(4). Ear-wax. i (o. s.), 146. 

(5). Powell's condenser, ii (o. s.), 

60. 

(6). Use of the microscope, v 

(o. s.), 20, 21. 

Insecta ; circulation, Mitchell (1), viii, 
272. 

— eye and optic tract, Hickson (4), 

Gorham (1). 

— eye, preparations of, Moseley (6). 

— feet and wings, Tyrrel (2). 

— feet, Hepworth (1, 2, 3). 

— micropyle, Leuckart (1). 

— muscle, &c., Beale (12). 

— spines on eggs, Davis (2). 
Intoshia, Giard (1). 

Intracellular digestion, Mecznikow (4). 
Invertebrata ; chromatology of blood, 
MacMunn (1). 

— eyes, Carriere (1). 

Iris; contractile tissue. Lister (1). 

ISHIKAWA, C. (1). On the develop- 
ment of a freshwater Macnirous 
Crustacean, Atyephira compressa. 
XXV, 391-428, pis. xxv-xxviii. 

See MITSUKURI (3). 

Isolation of minute objects, Redfern 

ITZIGSOHN, H. (1). On the existence 
of spermatozooids in certain fresh- 
water Algae (transl.). ii (o. s.), 
35, 36. 

(2). On the propagation of the 

Oscillarise (trausl.). ii (o. s.), 
188-191. 

IWAKAWA, T. (1). The genesis of 
the egg in Triton, xxii, 260-277, 
pis. xxii-xxiv. 

Ixodes, Macalister (2). 



JAC — TvEF 



35 



JACKSON, G. (1). Presidential ad- 
dress, 1853. (Transactions) i, 
79-85. 

(2). On tliin glass covers, i 

(o. s.), 141, 142. 

(3). Presidential address, 1854. 

(Transactions) ii, 85-89. 

(4). On the best form of micro- 
meter for the microscope, ii (o. s.), 
129-131. 

(5). On micrometers and micro- 
metry, iv (o. s.), 241-243. 

Jacobson's organ j guinea-pig, Klein 
(19, 20). 

— rabbit, Klein (22). 

— dog, Klein (24). 

— various, R. T. Harvey (1). 
JACKSON, W. H. (1). On staining 

sections with magenta, xiv, 139- 
141. 

(2). On a new Peritrichous 

Infiisorian (Cyclochfeta spongillffi). 
XV, 243-249, pi. xii. 

JACUBOWITSCH, N. (1). On the 
terminations of the nerves at the 
periphery and in the diflerent 
organs, or the terminations of the 
nervous system in general (transl.). 
i, 124-127. 

Jaculella, gen. n., Brady (3) xix, 35. 

JANSON, H. U. (1). Anotlier object- 
finder, viii (o. s.), 198-201. 

(2). The nose-piece finder. 

viii (o. s.), 269-271. 

(3). Further notes on finders. 

i, 66-68, cf. i, 133. 

■ — — (4). The binocular microscope, 
i, 134-136. 

JOHNSON, A. (1). On the develop- 
ment of the pelvic girdle and 
skeleton of the hind limb in the 
Chick, xxiii, 399-411, pis. xxvi, 
xxvii. 

(2). On the fate of the blasto- 
pore and the presence of a primi- 
tive streak in the Newt (Triton 
cristatus). xxiv, 659-672, pi. xliv. 

(3) & SHELDON, L. Notes on 

the development of the Newt 
(Triton cristatus). xxvi, 573- 
589, pis. xxxiv-xxxvi. 

JOHNSTON, C. (1). Auditory appa- 
ratus of the Culex mosquito, iii 
(o. s.), 97-102, pi. vi, figs. 1-5. 

(2). Colour of blood-corpuscles. 

V (o. s.),19, 20. 



JOHNSTON, C— 

— ■ — (3). On a method of preparing 

and mounting hard tissues for the 
microscope, vii (o. s.), 258-261. 

— — (4). Descriptions of Diatomaceae, 

chiefly of those found in " Elide " 
(Lower California) Guano. viii 
(o. s.), 11-21, pi. i, figs. 10-14. 

Johnson, C. ; obituai'y, vii, 96. 

Johnstone and Croall ; The Nature- 
printed British Sea- weeds, a His- 
tory accompanied by Figures and 
Dissections of the Alga of the 
British Isles, (review of vol. i), 
viii (o. s.), 56-58; (review of vols, 
ii-iv), viii (o. s), 193. 

JOLY, N. (1) & C. MUSSET. New 
experiments on Heterogenesis, by 
means of the air contained in the 
closed cavities of plants (trans).). 
i, 47-49. 

Jones and Sieveking ; A Manual of 
Pathological Anatomy (review), 
iii (o. s.), 155, 156. 

JONES, T. RUPERT (1). Bivalved 
Entomostraca, recent and fossil. 
(Transactions) xvi, 39-55. 

JONES, RYMER (1). On the struc- 
ture and metamorphosis of the 
larva of Corethra plumicornis. 
(Transactions) xv, 99-104, pi. ix. 

Jones, Rymer ; Gem ral Outline of the 
Organisation of the Animal King- 
dom, and Manual of Comparative 
Anatomy, (review of 2nd edition), 
iv (o. s.), 149, 150 ; (review of 3rd 
edition), ii, 113, 114. 

— The Aquarian Naturalist, a 
Manual for the Seaside (review), 
vii (o. s.). Ill, 112. 

Julus ; development, Heatbcote (2). 



K. 



Karyokinesis, Priestley (1), J. T. Cun- 
ningham (1), lijima (1), Klein 
(16), (Carnoy's researches) Lee 
(1) ; see also Cell, Ovum. 

KEATES, J. (1). On a mode of illu- 
mination for high powers, vii 
(o. s.), 114, 115. 

Keber ; Mikroskopische Untersucbun- 
gen xiber die Porositiit der Korper 
(review), iii (o. s.), 152-155. 

KEFERSTEIN, W. (1). On Sagitta 
(transl.). iii, 134-136. 



86 



KEF — KLE 



KEPERSTEIN, W.— , 

(2). Oil tlie g-enus Liiccrnaria 

(transl.). iii, 265-285, pi. xii. 

Kent ; Manual of tlie Infusoria (re- 
view), xxi, 377, 378. 

KENT, W. S. (1). On a new Polyzoon, 
" Victorella pavida," from the 
Victoria Docks, x, 34-39, pi. iv. 

(2). On two new genera of 

Alcyonoid Corals, taken in the 
recent expedition of the yacht 
" Noma " off the coast of Spain 
and Portugal, x, 397-399, pi. 
xxi. 

(3). Notes on Appendicularia 

and the larval condition of an 
Acanthocephaloid Scolecid from 
the coast of Portugal, xi, 267- 
270, pi. xiv. 

KESTEVEN, W. (1). An aid to micro- 
scopical drawing, xiv, 178. 

KIDD, P. (1). Observations on spon- 
taneous movement of nucleoli. 
XV, 133, 134. 

— — (2). Note on the lymphatics of 
mucous glands, xvi, 386-388, pi. 
xxvi. 

(3). Schiefferdeeker's micro- 
tome, xvii, 35, 36. 

(4). Engelmann on contractility 

and double refraction, xvii, 36- 
42. 

(5). On some points in the early 

development of the Hen's egg. 
xvii, 160-109, pi. xii. 

Kidney and associated structures, Ver- 
tebrata, Balfour (10), Sedgwick 
(1,2,3); see Pronephros, and Sup- 
rarenal Bodies. 

— epithelium, xiv, 198. 

KINCAID, S. B. (1). A new adjust- 
able diaphragm. (Transactions) 
xiv, 75, 76. 

Kinetoskias, Busk (11). 

KINGSLEY, G. H. (1). Cilia on the 
surface of Confervse. iii (o. s.), 
243. 

KINGSLEY, J. S. (1). Notes on the 
embryology of Limulus. xxv, 
521-576, pis. xxxvii-xxxix. 

KITTON, r. (1). Remarks on the 
publication of new genera and 
species from insufficient material, 
vii, 118-121. 

(2). Eemarks on some of the 

new species of Diatomacese re- 
cently published by the Rev. E. 
O'Meara. viii, 13-16. 



KITTON. F.— 

— — (3). Description of a new genns 

of Diatomacca?, and observations 
on the costa? of Piiinnlaria pere- 
grina. viii, 16, 17. 

— — (4). New species of Diatomacese. 

viii, 139-143. 
Klein ; Atlas of Histology (review), 
XX, 480. 

— The Anatomy of the Lymphatic 

System (review), xiv, 278-280; 
(review of part ii. The IjUng), xvi, 
86-90. 

KLEIN, E. (1) & H. KUNDRAT. On 
the conduct of the fixed cells of 
the tadpole's tail after mechanical 
irritation of this organ (transl.), 
X, 255-257. 

(2). On the peripheral distri- 
bution of non-inedullated nerve- 
fibres, xi, 405-416, pis. xix, xx j 
and xii, 21-35, pis. i-iv. 

— — (3). On Reinak's ciliated vesicles 

and corneous filaments of tlie peri- 
toneum of the Frog, xii, 43-50. 

(4) & J. BURDON- SANDERSON, 

Preliminary notice of researches 
on the anatomy of the serous mem- 
branes in normal and pathological 
conditions, xii, 142-154. 

— — (5). Contributions to the ana- 

tomy of Auerbach's plexus in the 
intestine of the Frog and Toad, 
xiii, 377-380, pi. xviii. 

— - — (6). Lostorfer's syphilis-cor- 
puscles, xiv, 180-182. 

(7). On the pathology of sheep- 
pox. XV, 229-243. 

— — (8). Observations on the struc- 

ture of the spleen, xv, 363-372, 

pi. xxi. 
(9). Note on a pink-coloured 

Spirillum, xv, 381-383. 
(10)- Observations on the early 

development of the common 

trout (Salmo fario). xvi, 113- 

131, pi. vi. 
(II)- Note on a method of 

preparing the cornea, xvii, 34, 

35. 
(12). Contributions to the 

minute anatomy of the omentum. 

xvii, 235-244, pi. xviii. 
(13). Contribution to the mi- 
nute anatomy of the epidermis in 

smallpox of sheep, xvii, 393-399, 

pi. xxiv. 



KLE KQP 



37 



KLEIN, E.— 

(14). Experimental contribu- 
tion to the etiology of infectious 
diseases, with special reference to 
the doctrine of contagium vivuui. 
xviii, 170-177, pi. xi, figs. A-E. 

(15). Observations on the struc- 
ture of cells and nuclei. xviii, 
315-339, pis. xvi; xix, 125-175, 
pi. vii. 

(16). Observations on the glan- 
dular epithelium and division of 
nuclei in the skin of newt. xix, 
404-420, pi. xviii. 

— — (17). On the termination of 

the nerves in the mammalian 
cornea, xx, 459-475, pi. xxxvii. 

(18). Histological notes, xx, 

476-479 ; xxi, 114-118, and 231- 
233. 

(19)- Contributions to tlie mi- 
nute anatomy of the nasal mucous 
membrane, xxi, 98-113, pi. vii. 

— — (30). A further contribution 

to the minute anatomy of the 
organ of Jacobson in the Guinea- 
pig, xxi, 219-230, pis. xvi, xvii. 

— — (21). On the lymphatic system 

of the skin and mucous membrane. 

xxi, 379-406, pis. xxi, xxii. 
(22). The organ of Jacobson 

in the Rabbit, xxi, 549-570, pis. 

XXX, xxxi. 
(23). On the lymphatic system 

and the minute structure of the 

salivary glands and pancreas, xxii, 

154-175, pis. xi, xii. 
(24). The organ of Jacobson in 

the Dog. xxii, 299-310, pi. xxvi. 

— — (25). On the relation of patho- 

genic to septic Bacteria, as illus- 
trated by Anthrax cultivation. 
xxiii, 1-68. 

(26). On a morphological variety 

of Bacillus anthracis. xxiii, 260- 
264, pi. xxi. Note on the Fore- 
going, E. R. LANKESTER, pp. 
265-267. 

(27). Note on a pink Torula. 

xxiii, 268-271. 

KLEINENBERG, N. (1). The deve- 
lopment of the Earthworm, Lum- 
bricus trapezoides. xix, 206-244, 
pis. ix-xi. 

KOLLIKER, A. (1). Description of Ac- 
tinophrys sol (transl.). i (o. s.), 
25-34 and 98-106, pi. i, figs. 
1-6. 



KOLLIKER, A.— 

(2). Contributions towards a 

knowledge of the lower animals 
(transl.). i (o. s.), 211-213. 

(3). On the development of the 

so-called " nuclear fibres," of the 
" elastic fibres," and of the " con- 
nective tissue" (transl.). ii (o. s.), 
178-184. 

(4). On the action of a con- 
centrated solution of urea upon the 
blood-cells (transl.). iii (o. s.), 
289-291. 

(5). Notice respecting the oc- 
currence of lymph-corpuscles in 
the commencement of the lym- 
phatic vessels (transl.). iii (o. s.), 
291-293. 

(6). On the influence of caustic 

alkalies upon the uiotions of the 
spermatic filaments (transl.). iii 
(o. s.), 293, 294. 

(7). On the vitality and develo- 

naent of the spermatic filaments 
(transl.). iii (o. s.), 296-299. 

(8). On a peculiar structure in 

the columnar epithelial cells of 
the intestines, in connection with 
the absorption of fatty matters 
(transl.). v (o. s.), 152, 1 53. 

— - — (9). On the structure of mus- 
cular fibre (transl.). vi (o. s.), 
31-33. 

(10)- Preliminary observations 

on the luminous organs of Lam- 
pyris (transl.). vi (o. s.), 166-173. 

(11)- On the development of 

the transversely striated muscular 
fibre in man, from simple cells 
(transl.). vii (o. s.), 54-56. 

— — (12). On the frequent occur- 
rence of vegetable parasites in the 
hard tissues of the lower animals 
(transl.). viii (o. s.), 171-188, pi. 
viii. 

Kolliker; Handbuch der Gewebe-lelire 
des Menschen fiir Aerzte und 
Studirende (review), i (o. s.), 133- 
135. 

KOSTER, K. (1). The minute struc- 
ture of the human umbilical cord 
(transl). x, 46-51. 

KRAUSE, W. (1). The nature of con- 
nective tissue (transl.). xi, 275- 
280. 

KUNDRAT, H., see KLEIN (1). 

Kupfer's vesicle; significance, J. T. 
Cunningham (3). 



38 



LAB — LAN 



L. 



Labyrinthici ; labyrinthine apparatus, 

Zosraff (1). 
LabyrinthuletB, viii, 29. 
Lacei'ta ; development, Weldon (1). 

— pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 
Lacertilia; development, Balfour (12). 

— malleus, &c., DoUo (1). 

— pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 
Laclirymal glands. Boll (1). 
Lacinularia socialis ; anatomy, Huxley 

Lagena, Bi'ady (3) xxi, 60. 
Lamellibranchiata; gills, Mitsukuri (1), 
Peck (1). 

— Glochidium, Houghton (4). 

— triehocysts, Bergh (1), T. S. 

Wright (5). 

— Phnlas, phosphorescence, Panceri 

(2). 

— development, E. R, Lankester (33, 

42), Horst (1). 

— eye, Hickson, (1, 2). 

Lampyris ; luminous organs, KoUiker 
(10). 

Landsborough ; A Popular History of 
Marine Zoophytes (review). i 
(o.s.), 136, 137. 

LANG, F. H. (1). Beck's Treatise on 
the Microscope, v, 228, 229, of. 
v, 287. 

(2). AnewDifflugia. v, 285, 286. 

Langia; vascular and nephridial sys- 
tems, Oudemans (1). 

Lanice, J. T. Cunningham (8). 

lANKESTER E. (1). On the presence 
of microscopic fungi in water dele- 
terious to health, iv (o. s.), 270- 
272, pi. xiv, figs. 16-19. 

(2). Presidential address, 1859. 

(Transactions) vii, 64-78. 

— — (3). Description of a museum 

microscope, vii (o. s.), 235-238. 

(4). Presidential address, 1860. 

(Transactions) viii, 83-99. 

(5). Notes on Raphides. iii, 

243-251. 

Lankester, Edwin ; obituary, xv, 59-62. 

lANKESTER, E. R. (1). On our pre- 
sent knowledge of the Gregarinidaj, 
with descriptions of three new 
species belonging to that class, 
iii, 83-96, pi. vii. 

(2). The anatomy of the Earth- 
worm, iv, 258-268, pi. vii ; v, 7- 
18, pis. ii, iii; V, 99-116, pi. vij 
cf. V, 287. 



LANKESTER, E. R.— 

— — (3). Notes on the Gregarinidji, 

(Transactions) xiv, 23-28, pi. v. 

(4). On the action of Monads 

in producing colouring matter, 
vii, 283, 284. 

(5). On the structure of the 

tooth in Ziphius sowerbiensis (Mi- 
cropteron sowerbiensis, Eschriclit), 
and on some fossil Cetacean teeth. 
(Transactions) xv, 55-64, pis. v, vi. 

(6). Note on the Synaptse of 

Guernsey and Herm, and a new 
parasitic Rotifer, viii, 53-55. 

(7). The sexual form of Chseto- 

gaster limnaji. ix, 272-285, pis. 
xiv, XV. 

(8). Note on a new means of 

examining blood under the micro- 
scope, and on the blood-fluids of 
Invertebrates, and on a natural 
standard for registering absorption 
spectra, ix, 296-299. 

— — (9). Professor Huxley and Dr. 

Beale on protoplasm, ix, 300- 
304. 

(10)- Remarks on Opalina and 

its contractile vesicles, on Pacby- 
dermon and Annelidan sperma- 
tophors. X, 143-158, pi. ix. 

— — (11) • Of some migrations of 

cells. X, 265-269, pi. xvii. 

— — (12)- Note on methsemoglobin. 

X, 402-405. 

(13)- On the structure and 

origin of the spermatophors or 
sperm -ropes, of two species of 
Tubifex. xi, 180-187, pis. x, xi. 

— — (14)- Improvements in the 

lenses of microscopes, xi, 190- 
192. 

— — (15). Observations and experi- 

ments on the red blood-corpuscle, 
chiefly with regard to the action 
of gases and vapour, xi, 361-387, 
pis. XV, xvi. 

(16). On Undulina, the type of 

a new group of Infusoria. xi, 
387-389. 

— — (17). Remarks on Pedalion. 

xii, 338-842. 

(18). Remarks on the structure 

of the GregarinfB, andon the deve- 
lopment of G. (Monocystis) sipun- 
culi. xii, 342-351, pi. xx. 

(19)' Blue stentorin, the colour- 
ing matter of Stentor coeruleus. 
xiii, 139-142. 



LANKESTER 



39 



LANKESTER, E. R — 

(20). On a peach-coloured Bac- 
terium, Bacterium rubescens, n. s. 
xiii, 408-425, pis. xxii, xxiii. 

— — (21). Remarks on the affinities 

of Rhabdopleura. xiv, 77-81. 

(22). Torquatella typica ; a 

new type of Infusoria, allied to 
the Ciliata. xiv, 272-274, pi. xii, 
figs. 1-5. 

(23). On the heart of Appen- 

dicularia f urcata, and the develop- 
ment of its muscular fibres, xiv, 
274-277, pi. xii, figs. 6-8. 

(24). Observations on the deve- 
lopment of the Pond-snail, and on 
the early stages of other Mollusca. 
xiv, 365-391, pis. xvi, xvii ; cf . xv, 
63, XX, 376. 

(25). The mode of occurrence 

of chlorophyll in Spongilla. xiv, 
400, 401. 

(26). Observations on the deve- 
lopment of the Cephalopoda, xv, 
37-47, pis. iv, v. 

— — (27). On the invaginate pla- 

nula, or diploblastic phase of Palu- 
dina vivipara. xv, 159-166. 

(28). On some new points in 

the structure of Amphioxus, and 
their bearing on the morphology 
of Vertebrata. xv, 257-267. 

(29). Further observations on a 

peach- or red-coloured Bacterium, 
Bacterium rubescens. xvi, 27-40, 
pi. iii. 

(30). An account of Professor 

Haeckel's recent additions to the 
Gastrsea theory, xvi, 51-66, pis. 
vii-x. 

— — (31). Note on Bacterium rubes- 

cens and Clatbrocystis roseopersi- 
cina. xvi, 278-283. 

— — (32). Remarks on the shell- 

gland of Cyclas and the planula of 
Limnaeus. xvi, 320-327, pi. xxiv. 

(33). On the coincidence of the 

blastopore and anus in Paludina 
vivipara. xvi, 377-385, pi. xxv. 

— — (34). Notes on the embryology 

and classification of the animal 
kingdom, comprising a revision of 
speculations relative to the origin 
and significance of the germ- 
layers, xvii, 399-454, pi. xxv. 

(35). The red vascular fluid of 

the Earthworm a corpusculated 
fluid, xviii, 68-73, pi. x, figs. 1-6. 



LANKESTER, E. R.— 

(36). Mobility of the sper- 

matozooids of Limulus. xviii, 

453, 454. 
(37). Recent researches on 

Bacteria, xviii, 455-457. 
(38). Bacteria as the cause of 

the ropy change of beetroot sugar. 

xix, 116-118. 
(39). Chlorophyll in Turbel- 

larian worms and other animals. 

xix, 434-437. 
(40). The structure of Hali- 

physema tumanowiczii. xix, 476- 

483, pi. xxii. 

— — (41). Lithamoeba discus, nov. 

gen. and sp., oue of the Gym- 
nomyxa. xix, 484-487, pi. xxiii. 

(42). Development of Planor- 

bis. XX, 103, 104 ; cf . xx, 376. 

— — (43). The origin of tlie red cor- 

puscles of Mammalian blood, xx, 
241-243. 

(44). On intra-epithelial capil- 
laries in the integument of the 
medicinal Leech, xx, 303-306. 

(45). On the connective and 

vasifactive tissues of the medi- 
cinal Leech. xx, 307-317, pis. 
xxvii, xxviii. 

— — (46). On Limnocodium (Cras- 

pedacustes) sowerbii, anew Tracho- 
medusa inhabiting fresh water, xx, 
351-371, pis. XXX, xxxi. 

(47). Medusae and hydroid 

Polyps living in fresh water, xx, 
483-485. 

— — (48). On the intracellular 

digestion and endoderm of Limno- 
codium. xxi, 119-131, pis. viii-x; 
cf. xxi, 377. 

(49). On young stages of Lim- 
nocodium and Geryonia. xxi, 194- 
201, pi. xiii. 

(50). Observations and reflec- 
tions on the appendages and on 
the nervous system of Apus cancri- 
formis. xxi, 343-376, pi. xx. 

— — (51). Limulus an Arachnid. 

xxi, 504-548, pis. xxviii, xxix; and 
xxi, 609-649. 

— — • (52). On Drepanidiumranarum, 

the cell-parasite of the Frog's 
blood and spleen, xxii, 53-65. 
(53). On the chlorophyll cor- 
puscles and amyloid deposits of 
Spongilla and Hydra, xxii, 229- 
254, pi. XX. 



40 



LAN — LEI 



LANKESTER, E. R.— 

(54). The vertebration of the tail 

of AiJppiidiculariiE. xxii, 387-390. 

(55) & A. G. BOURNE. The 

minute structure of the lateral 
and central eyes of Scorpio and 
Limulus. xxiii, 177-212, pis. x- 
xii. 

(56) & A. G. BOURNE. On the 

existence of Spengel's olfactory 
organ and of paired genital ducts 
in the Pearly Nautilus, xxiii, 
340-348. 

(57). On the skeleto-trophic 

tissues and coxal glands of Limu- 
lus, Scorpio, and Mygale. xxiv, 
129-162, pis. vi-xi. 

(58). On Pi-ocalistes, a young 

Cephalopod with pedunculate eyes, 
taken by the " Challenger " expe- 
dition, xxiv, 311-318. 

(59). A contribution to the 

knowledge of Rhabdopleura. xxiv, 
622-647, pis. xxxvii bis-xli. 

— — (60). Archerina boltoni, nov. 

gen. et sp., a chlorophyllogenous 
Protozoon, allied to Vampyrella. 
XXV, 61-73, pi. vii. 

(61). A new hypothesis as to 

the relationship of the lung-book 
of Scorpio to the gill-book of 
Limulus. XXV, 339-342. 

(62). On green oysters, xxvi, 

71-94, pi. vii. 

— — (63). The pleomorphism of the 

Schizophyta. xxvi, 499-505. 

see also KLEIN (26). 

Laoraedea, T. S. Wright (4). 

Lardner ; The Microscope (review), iv 
(o. s.), 298. 

Larval forms, Balfour (17), E. B. Wil- 
son (1). 

Laticiferous vessels ,• development, D. 
H. Scott (1). 

— of Hevea, D. H. Scott (3). 

— of Manihot, D. H. Scott (2). 
LAUDER, H. S. (1). On new Diatoms. 

(Transactions) xii, 6-8, pi. iii. 
(2). Remarks on the marine 

Diatomaceae found at Hong Kong, 

with descriptions of new species. 

(Transaj'tions) xH, 75-79, pi. viii. 
Laurent; Etudes Physiolog'ques sur 

les Animalcules des Infusiores 

Vegetales (review), iii (o. s.), 156, 

157. 
LAWRANCE, J. W. (1). ^ Glycerine 

jelly, vii (o. s ), 257, 258. 



LAWRANCE, J. W.— 

— — (2). A new cement for mount- 

ing objects for the microscope, 
cither in dry cells or in fluid, 
viii (o. s.), 135, 136. 

Lawson ; A Manual of Popular Physio- 
logy, being an attempt to explain 
the Science of Life in Intellectual 
Language (review), iii, 290-294. 

LAWSON, G. (1). On rotation in the 
ctlls of plants, ii (o. s.), 54, 55. 

(2). Rotation in Anacharis. 

ii (o. s.), 132. 

(3). On the microscopical struc- 
ture of the Victoria regia. iv 
(o. s.), 163-165. 

LAWSON, H. (1). On the generative 
system of Helix aspersa and hor- 
tensis. i, 264-273. 

^ — (2). On the general anatomy, 
histology, and physiology of Limax 
maximus. iii, 10-37, pis. ii, iii. 

— — (3). Zoosperms in the ovaria 

of Pulmoniferous Gastropods, iv, 
204. 

LEARED, A. (1). Description of a 
new parasite found in the heart of 
the edible Turtle, ii, 168-170. 

Leaves ; colouring matters, Surby (4). 

Lecauium ? Beck (2). 

Lecidea, Lindsay (2), (6) ix, 55. 

Lecythium, Archer (25) xvii, 197. 

LEE, A. B. (1). Carnoy's cell researches, 
xxvi, 481-497, pi. xxvi. 

Lee ; The Mierotomist's Vade-mecum : 
a Handbook of the Methods of 
Microscopic Anatomy (review), 
xxvi, 507. 

LEGG, N. S. (1). Observations on the 
examination of sponge sand, with 
remarks on collecting, mounting, 
and viewing Foraminifera as mi- 
croscopic objects. (Transactions) 
ii, 19-22. 

Leidy ; A Flora and Fauna within Liv- 
ing Animals (review), ii (o. s.), 
192-195. 

— Freshwater Rhizopods of North 

America (review), xx, 480, 4S1. 
LEIGH, R. (1). How to make Diatoms 

stick, vi, 168. 
Leiodera ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer(3). 
LeiolcEmus ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer 

(3). 
LEIPNER, A. (1). On the presence of 

silica in the Rubiacese and in 

Achillea ptarmica. v (o. s.), 134- 

137. 



LEM — LIM 



41 



LE MONNIER, see VAN TIEGHEM 

LENDENFELD, R. VON (1). The 
timctiou of nettle-cells. xxvii, 
393-399, pi. XXX, fig-. 4. 

Lens, The ; A Quarterly Journal of 
Microscopy and the Allied Natural 
Sciences, with the Transactions of 
the State Microscopical Society of 
Illinois, Chicago, 1872 (review), 
xii, 155-157. 

Lens, Vertebrate, Nunneley (1). 

Le2)id< >ptera — - 

— scales, Wonfor (1). 

— proboscis of Ophideres, Darwin (2). 
Leprosy; bacillus of, Hansen (1). 
Leptodera, Mecznikow (2). 
Leptoiiora; eyes, Carriere (1). 
Leptophrys, Archer (25) xvii, 345. 
Leptostoina ; gen. n., Whitman (3). 
LEUCKAET, R. (1). On the niicropyle 

and minute structure of the egg- 
shell in Insects (trausl.). iv (o. s.), 
287-292. 

(2). Further observations on 

the development of Pentiistomuui 
tsenioides (transl.). vii (o. s.), 
182-193. 

(3). On the mature condition 

of Trichina spiralis (transl.). viii 
(o. s.), 168-171. 

(4). On the development of 

Echinorhyncus (transl.), iii, 56- 
65. 

Leuckart; Zur Kenntniss des Genera- 
tionswechsels und der Partheno- 
genesis bei den Insekten (review), 
vii (o. s.), 102-104. 

Leucocytes; leucocythsemia, Holland 

(1). 

— blood, Beale (11). 

— development, xi, 43-51. 

— general, J. G. Richardson (2). 

— in urine, J. G. Richardson (1). 

— lymphatic, Kolliker (5). 

— relation to haimatids, Pouchet (2). 
LEWIS, F. "W. (1). Notes on new and 

rarer species of Diatomacese of the 
United States, ii, 155-161. 

LEWIS, R. T. (1). On some of the 
microscopic effects of the electric 
spark, vii, 14-20, pi. ii. 

LEWIS, T. R. (1). On Nematode 
Hasmatozoa in the dog. xv, 268- 
277, pi. xiii, figs. 1-5. 

— — (2). Flagellated organisms in 
the blood of healthy Rats, xix, 
109-114. 



LEWIS, T. R.— 

— — (3). TheNematoid Hasmatozoa 

of Man. xix, 245-259, pi. xii. 
— - — (4). The microi)hytes which 
have been found in the blood, and 
their relation to disease, xix, 356- 
404, pi. xvii. 

— — (5). Further observations on 

flagellated organisms in the blood 
of animals, xxiv, 357-369. 

LEWIS. W. B. (1). Preparation of 
sections of cerebral and cerebellar 
cortex for microscopic examina- 
tion, xvi, 69-76. 

Leydig ; Auatomisch - histologische 
Unfcersuchungen iiber Fische und 
Reptilien (review), ii (o. s.), 126- 
128. 

LEYDIG, D. F. (1). On the Psoro- 
sperniia and Gregarinse (transl.), 
i (o. s.), 206-209. 

— — (2), Note on the muscular 

structure in Paludina vivipara, 
and other Gasteropoda (transl.), 
ii (o. s.), 36-37. 

(3). On the structure and 

systematic position of the Ruti- 
fera (transl.). iii (o. s.), 136-142, 

Lichens; of human skin, Hogg (4). 

— nature and reproduction, J. B. 

Hicks (2, 3), Lindsay (5), ix, 162 ; 
Archer (19, 21, 22), Schwendener 
(1), Vines (4, 5), xiii, 79. 

— systematic, Lindsay (5). 

— microlichens parasitic on, Lindsay 

(6). 

— see also Algae, Fungi, &c. 
Licmophora, Roper (6). 
LIEBERKUHN, N. (1). Contributions 

to the liistory of the development 

of the Spongilla; (transl.). v (o. s.), 

212-219. 
(2). On motile phenomena in 

Sponges (transl.). iv, 189-193. 
Lieberkiihnia, Siddall (1). 
Light, reflection, transmission, &c., 

Weuham (25), Proctor (2). 
Ligneous plants; cuticle, Hartig (1). 
Liinax, H. Lawson (2), Newton (1). 
Limnseus, Sanders (3). 
- development, E. R. Lankester (24, 

32), Hogg (1). 
Limnocodium ; development, E. R. 

Lankester (46, 49). 

— gen. n., anatomy, E. R. Lankester 

(46). 

— digestion, &c., E. R. Lankester 

(48), 



42 



LIM LYO 



Limulus; anatomy and affinities, E. R. 
Lankester (51) ; xii, 159, 160. 

— coxal gland, E. R. Lankester (57), 

Giilland (1). 

— cliitin in, Halliburton (1). 

— development, J. S, Kingsley (1), 

Packard (1). 

— eyes, E. R. Lankester (55). 

— gill-books, E. R. Lankester (61). 
— • skeleto-trophic tissues, E. R. Lan- 
kester (57). 

— sperraatozoids, E. R. Lankester (36). 

— supposed larva, Willemoes-Suhm(l). 
Lindsay ; Memoir on the Spermogones 

and Pycnides of Filamentous, 
Fructiculose, and Foliaceons Li- 
chens (review), viii (o. s.), 194-197. 
LINDSAY, W. L. (1). Monograph of 
the genus Abrothallus. v (o. s.), 
27-63, pis. iv, V. 

— — (2). On the structure of Le- 

cidea lugubris. v (o. s.), 177- 
185, pi. xi. 

(3). On the Protophyta of New 

Zealand, vii, 97-112. 

— — (4). On the Protophyta of Ice- 

land, vii, 197-203. 

— — (5). On polymorphism in the 

fructification of Lichens. viii, 
1-13. 
(6). Enumeration of micro- 
lichens parasitic on other lichens. 
ix, 49-57, 135-146, 342-358. 

— — (7). Observations on licheni- 

colous micro-parasites, xi, 28-42. 
Linens; vascular and nephridial sys- 
tems, Oudemaus (1). 

— development, Hubrecht (6). 
Lipeurus, Giglioli (2), Macalister (2), 
Listera ; epidermis, Gulliver (6). 
LISTER, J. (1). Observatiims on the 

contractile tissue of the iris, i 
(o. s.), 8-17, pi. i, figs. 7-13. 

— — (2). Observations on the mus- 

cular tissue of the skin, i (o. s.), 
262-268, pi. vi. 

(3). On the minute structure 

of involuntary muscular fibre, vi 
(o. s.), 5-14. 

(4) & W. TURNER. Some ob- 
servations on the structure of 
nerve-fibres, viii (o. s.), 29-34, 
pi. ii. 

(5). A further contribution to 

the natural history of Bacteria 
and the germ theory of fermenta- 
tive changes, xiii, 380-408, pis. 
xix-xxi. 



LISTER, J.— 

(6). On the nature of fermen- 
tation, xviii, 177-194. 

(7). On the relation of micro- 
organisms to disease, xxi, 330- 
342. 

Lithamoeba ; gen. n., E. R. Lankester 

LithocoUa, Archer (25) xvii, 75. 
Lituola, Brady (3) xix, 47. 
Liver; capillaries, Rainey(l), cf. xi, 201. 
LOBB, E. G. (1). Description of a new 
microscope, i, 175-178. 

— • — (2). On the self -division of 

Micrasterias denticulata. (Trans- 
actions) ix, 1, 2, pi. i. 

(3). A few remarks on extracts 

from papers by Charles Brooke, 
and by the Editor of the ' Intel- 
lectual Observer.' Also on a paper 
by J. J. Plumer. v, 21-26 ; cf . v, 
154, 155. 

(4). Note on illuminating ob- 
jects with high powers. (Trans- 
actions) xiv, 39-41. 

— — (5). On two new lamps for the 

microscope. (Transactions) xv, 

72, 73. 
Lobosa, Lang (2), Archer (15, 16), 

Gagliardi (1), E. R. Lankester 

(41), Bailey (1). 
Lopadorhyncus ; review of Kleinen- 

berg's researches, G. C. Bourne 

(^)- . 
Lophohelia, Fowler (1) part iii. 

Lophomonas, Biitschli (1). 
Loxosoma ; shell-gland, E. R. Lankes- 
ter (24). 

— structui'e and development, Harmer 

(1), Voijt (1) ; xviii, 199-205. 

— gemmation, Haddon (2). 
LUBBOCK, J. (1). Notes on the Thy- 

sanura. ix, 285, 286. 
Lucanus, viii, 96, 97, pi. ii, figs. 4-6. 
Lucernaria, Keferstein (2). 
Lumbricus ; abnormality, Robertson 

(2). 
• — development, Kleinenberg (1). 
-— cffilomic epithelium. Power (1). 

— general anatomy, E. R. Lankester 

(2). 

— nervous system, Rorie (1). 

— spermatozoa, Blomfield (1) part i. 

— vascular fluid, E. R. Lankester 

(35). 
Lupus of skin, Hogg (4). 
Lycopodiacea3 ; stem structure, Dyer 

(4). 



LYM MAM 



43 



Lymphatics of mucous g-laiuls, Kidd (2). 

— of skin, &c., Klein (21). 

-*- of salivary glands, &c., Klein (23). 

— gland near human kidney, Gibbes 

(5). 

— of thyroid, Baber (2). 

— of peritoneum, xvii, 298, and xviii, 

100. 

— of bone, xviii, 102. 

— of mucous membranes, Klein (21). 
Lyngbya, Hicks (3). 
Lyriocephalus ; pineal eye, W. B. 

Spencer (3). 



M. 

MACALISTER, A. (1). On the anato- 
my of Ascaris dactyluris. vi, 79- 
86, pi. ii. 

— — (2). On some species of parasites 

hitherto undescribed. xi, 163-lfi6. 

— — (3). Description of a new genus 

of Ixodea. xii, 287, 288, pi. xiv, 
figs. 5-8. 
MACALLUM, A. B. (1). The nerve 
terminations in the cutaneous epi- 
thelium of the Tadpole, xxvi, 53- 
70, pi. vi. 

— — (2). The termination of nerves 

in the liver, xxvii, 439-466, pi. 
xxxiii, figs. 1-6. 

(3). On the nuclei of the stri- 
ated muscle-fibre in Necturus 
(Menobranchus) lateralis, xxvii, 
461-466, pi. xxxiii, figs. A, B. 

MACDONALD, J. D. (1), On the struc- 
ture and relationships of the simple 
or nucleated, and the compound or 
punctate, forms of Thalassicollidse. 
ix, 147-149, pi. xi. 

— — (2). On the minute anatomy of 

some of the parts concerned in the 
functions of accommodation to dis- 
tance, with physiological notes. 
X, 230-236, pis. XV, xvi. 

(3). Examination of two sound- 
ings obtained in 62 and 68 fathoms 
respectively, latitude 41° 52', lon- 
gitude 9° 8'; and the discovery of 
buccal teeth in the genus Firola. 
xi, 273-275. 

(4). On the anatomy of the 

border of the posterior elastic la- 
mina of the cornea, in relation to 
the fibrous tissue of the ligamen- 
tum iridis pectinatum. xv, 226- 
229, pi. xi. 



MACMUNN, C. A. (1). On the chro- 
matology of the blood of some In- 
vertebrates. XXV, 469-490, pis. 
xxxiii, xxxiv. 

— — (2). Notes on the chromatology 

of Anthea cereus. xxvii, 573-590, 

pis. xxxix, xl. 
Macrobdella, Whitman (3). 
Maeropodus ; labyrinthine apparatus, 

Zograff (1). 
MADDOX, R. L. (1). On the generation 

of Acari in a nitrate of silver bath. 

(Transactions) x, 96-101. 
— ■ — • (2). On coloured illumination. 

iii, 300, 301. 
(3). On the photographic deli- 
neation of microscopic objects. 

(Transactions) xi, 9-12, 

— — (4). Pliotoraicrography, its ap- 

plication and results. (Transac- 
tions) xiii, 34-41. 

— — (5). On a wire spring-clip. 

(Transactions), xiii, 84, 85. 

(6). Notes on a brass slide-clip. 

(Transactions) xiv, 65-67. 

— • — (7). Some remarks on the para- 
sites found in the nerves, &c., of 
the common Haddock, Morrhua 
ceglefinus. (Transactions) xv, 87- 
99, pi. viii. 

Madracis, Fowler (1) part iv. 

Madrepora, Fowler (1) part ii. 

Magosphffira, x, 291, 292. 

Madreporaria, anatomy, &c.. Fowler 
(1), G. C. Bourne (1, 2). 

Malar J homologies, Dollo (1). 

Malpighian bodies; spleen, Huxley (5). 

Malpighian tubes ; Insecta, Schloss- 
berger (1). 

— — Crustacea, W. B. Spencer (1). 
MALTWOOD, T. (1). On a finder for 

registering the position of micro- 
scopic objects. (Transactions) vi, 
59-62. 
Mammalia j cornea, Klein (17). 

— spinal nerves, &c., Paterson (1). 

— development of ova and ovary, 

Foulis (1), Balfour (8). 

— malar and quadrate bones, Dollo (1). 
— ■ pre-liassic, Dennis (1). 

— fertilisation, &c., of ovum, van 

Beneden (5). 

— evolution of placenta, Osborn (1). 

— spermatogenesis, H. H. Brown (1). 

— Talpa, development, Heape (1, 2, 

3). 

— tongue, Tuckermann (1). 

— Cetacean teeth, E. R. Lankester (5). 



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MAM MIO 



Mammalia — 

— quadrate, G. Baur (1). 
Manihot; laticiferous tissue, D. H. 

Scott (2). 

MARSHALL, A. M. (1). The develop- 
ment of the cranial nerves in the 
Chick, xviii, 10-10, pis. ii, iii. 

(2). The morphology of the 

Vertebrate olfactory organ, xix, 
300-333, pis. xiii, xiv. 

— — (3). On the head cavities and 

associated nerves of Elasmubranchs. 
xxi, 72-97, pis. v, vi. 

(4) & W. B. SPENCER. Obser- 
vations on the cranial nerves of 
Scyllium. xxi, 469-499, pi. xxvii. 

(5). On the nervous system of 

Antedon rosaceus. xxiv, 507-548, 
pi. xxxv. 

MARSHALL, C. F. (1). Observations 
on the structure and distribution 
of striped and unstriped muscle 
in the animal kingdom, and a 
theory of muscular contraction, 
xxviif, 75-107, pi. vi. 

Marsilea, development, v, 50. 

Marsipella, Brady (3) xix, 36. 

Marsupialia ; fcetal membranes, Cald- 
well (1), Osborn (1). 

— ovary, Poulton (3). 

— tongue, Poulton (1). 
Mastigamceba, Archer (25) xvii, 350 ; 

Biitschli (1). 

Martin, Benjamin; Life and Works of, 
Williams (2), see also Williams (1). 

Martin ; Microscopic Objects, figured 
and described (review), xi, 188, 
189. 

MARTINI, A. de (1). On the anatomical 
constitution of the nerves of sense 
in the genus Aplysia (transl.). i, 
123. 

MAY ALL, J. (1). Immersion objectives 
and test objects, ix, 242-245. 

MAYNARD. J. (1). Note on binocular 
vision, vi, 50-52. 

McCarthy, J. (l). Some remarks on 
spinal ganglia and nerve-fibres. 
XV, 377-381, pi. xxii. 

McMURRICH, J. P. (1). On the oste- 
ology and development of Syngna- 
thus peckianus. xxiii, 623-650, 
pis. xlii, xliii. 

McNAB, W. R. (1). Notes on Hau- 
steiu's researches on the develop- 
ment of the embryo in Monocoty- 
ledons and Dicotyledons, xiii, 51- 
55, pi. iv. 



Measled pork, W. Smith (3). 
MECZNIKOW, E. (1). Researches on 

the nature of the Vorticella stem 

(transl.). iii, 285-289. 

— — (2). On the development ot 

Ascaris nigrovenosa (transl.). vi, 
25-32. 
(3). Concerning some little- 
known forms of animal (transl.). 
vi, 241-252, pi. V. 

— — (4). Researches on the intra- 

cellular digestion of Invertebrates 
(transl.). xxiv, 89-111. 

— — (5). The ancestral history of 

the inflammatory process, xxiv, 
112-117. 

Medusaj ; marginal sense-organs, Ge- 
genbaur (1) ; action of fresh water, 
Romanes (1), E. R. Laukester 
(47). 

MEISSNER, C. (1). On a fungoid 
growth in the nails (transl.), ii 
(o. s.), 38-40. 

Melicerta; general anatomy, William- 
son (3), Huxley (1), Gosse (1). 

MELLAND, B. (1). A simplified view 
of the histology of the striped 
muscle-fibre. xxv, 371-390, pi. 
xxiv. 

Menipea, A. M. Norman (1). 

Mephitis; tongue, &c., Tuckerman (1). 

Mesoblast; formation, Caldwell (2). 

Mesoglaja, G. C. Bourne (1). 

Mesotffinium, Archer (7, 11). 

Mesozoa, see Dicyemidae, Ortbonectidaj. 

Metamerism, see Segmentation. 

Metazoa, derivation from Protozoa, 
Sedgwick (5) xxvii, 518 ; see also 
Embryology. 

Methffimoglobin, Halliburton (4). 

METSCHNIKOFP. See MECZNIKOW. 

Micrasterias; fission, Lobb (2) ; Archer 
(4, 10), Hobson (1). 

Microcha>ta, Benham (1) parts i and ii. 

Micro-chemistry, Parker (1), Beale (3), 
Guy (3). 

Micro-geology, Stoddart (1). 

Micrographic Dictionary, parts i-ix 
(review), xiii, 74-76. 

Micrography, atmospheric, Pouchet (1, 
2, 3), Samuelson (4), Berkeley (2). 

Microgromia, Archer (25) xvii, 115. 

Micro-mineralogy, Highley (5). 

Micro-photography, Delves (1), Shad- 
bolt (2), Highley (2, 3), Rood (1), 
ii (o. s.), 203, 204, Wenham (6, 
22), Davies (2), Woodward (1), 
xii, 72, 73, Maddox (3, 4). 



MIC 



45 



Micropteron, E. li. Lankester (5). 
Micropyle, Lenckart (1). 
Microscope — 

— general account, Plumer (1). 

— binocular, Wheatstone (1), Riddell 

1, 3, 4), Wenhani (1, 2, 19, 20, 21, 
26), Hodgson (1), Janson (3, 4), 
Heiscli, (1), Maynard (1), W. B. 
Carpenter (4), Stokes (5), Gibbes 
(2). 

— description of new, Lobb (1), Beck 

(4), Curtis (1). 

— eye-piece, Davison (1), Slack (3), 

Roj'ston-Pigott (3) ; xiii, 84 and 
194. 

— formuliE, viii (o. s.), 21-25 ; P. Gray 

(8), Mitchell (4), Nichols (1), lioy- 
ston-Pigott passim. 

— for museum, E. Lankester (3). 

— for submersion, Dudgeon (1) ; xii, 

171, 172. 

— for use with aquaria, Redferu (4), 

Wenham (17). 

— illumination, Riddell (2), Rainey 

(2, 3, 4), Inraan (5), Wenham 
(4, 7, 13, 23), Sollitt (2), Bleakley 
(1), Branson (2), P. G. Wright (2), 
Edwards (1), Keates (1), M. Na- 
chet, .iun. (3, 4), Guy (1), Maddox 
(2), Beck (9, 12), Bridgman (5), 
Castracane (1). W. H. Hall (1), 
W. B. Richardson (2), Lobb (4), 
vii, 60-62, Mouchet (1), Wood- 
ward (2), Reade (2), Piper (1), 
Barkas (3), vi, 52, Forgan (1), 
Beck (15), Kincaid (1), vii, 223, 
Lobb (5), J. H. Brown (1), W. 
Robertson (2), E. Smith (1), W. 
H. Hall (2), vii, 107. Hailes (1), 
Higgins (1). 

— list of makers, &c., Payne (1). 

— Benj. Martin's, Williams (1). 

— objectives, Wenham (3, 5, 8, 15), 

d'Alquen (1), Sollitt (1), Robinson 
(1), Bailey(5), P. Gray (1), Hendry 
(2), Mitchell (2), Lobb (3), Mayall 
(1), RoYston-Pigott (1, 2, 5, 6, 7), 
E. R. Lankester (14). 

— portable, Beale ^4, 6), Warington 

(2), Tomkins (3). 

— rack, Wenham (18). 

- — report on ; exhibition of 1851, i 
(o. s.), 219-223; of 1862, iv, 83- 
95. 

— stage, i, 62,63; J. Smith (7), Beck 

(16). 



Microscope — 

— tests, Harting (1), iii (o. s.), 233, 

300-302, and 312, Wenham (11), 
Hall (1), Hunt (6), Sullivant (1), 
Hendry (5, 7), Beck (3, 7). Mou- 
chet (3, 5), Stodder (2), Wood- 
ward (3), Royston-Pigott (1). 

— universal screw, report on, vi (o. s.), 

39-41 ; Beck (1). 

— vertical measurement, Welcker (1, 

2). 

— visual powers of, Rylands (1). 

— sec also under Microscope accessory 

apparatus, &c. 
Microscope; accessory apparatus — 

— amplifier, xv, 173, 174. 

— cabinet, J. Smith (2). 

— camera lucida, &c., Riddell (5), 

Coles (5), P. Gray (2), M. Nachet, 
jun. (1), Newton (2), Kesteven (1), 

— cells, Beale (1). 

— cementing pencil, Gorham (2). 

— clip, Hislop (1), Maddox (5, 6). 

— cover glasses, G. Jackson (2). 

— erecting prism, M. Nachet, jun. (2). 

— lamp, Highley (1). 

— live box, &c., Milner (1), Highley 

(6), Davison (2), Guyon (2), iv, 
41, 42, Beck (11, 12, 14), Mad- 
dox (4), Barker (1, 2), Schulze (1), 
Curteis (1), Piper (2), xiv, 284, 
285. 

— magnetic stage. Busk (5), J. B. 

Spencer (1), Tomkins (1). 

— micrometer, ii(o.s.), 51-54, G.Jack- 

son (4, 5), Coles (1), W. Robertson 
(1), Hodgson (3, 4), Gibbons (1), 
Welcker (1), Hendry (1), j, 216, 
Mitchell (5). 

— nose piece. Burton (1). 

— object-finders, Maltwood (1), Taylor 

(1), Tomkins (2), Janson (1, 2), 
Wallich (6), Powell (1), v, 225- 
228, Barkas (2), F. J. Hicks (1), 
Tyrrell (1), Wright (1), Amyot 
(1, 2), Bridgman (1, 2, 3). Okeden 
(3), iii (o. s.) 314, 315, Bailey (4), 
Hodgson, (3) Farrants (2), (Trans- 
actions) V, 95-100, Edwards (2). 

— polariscope, Herapath (2), Hunt (2), 

Furze (1), Davies (1), J. Smith 
(3, 7), XV, 64, 65. 

— revolving table. Burton (2). 

— secondary stage, Hislop (2). 

— slide holder, ii (o. s.), 56. 

— stage forceps, J. Smith (7). 

— warm stage, Schafer (1), C. H. G. 

Bird (2). 



46 



MIC — MOR 



Microscope; dissecting, J. Smith (5), 
Beck (10) ; vi, 49, 50. 

Microscopic niountiug, various, John- 
ston (3), iv (o. s.), 299, J. E.Gray 
(2), Kalph(l),vi (o. s.), 118-121, 
J. Smith (1), H. H. Brown (1), 
Morris (1), Stokes (1), Guy (2), 
Beck (8), Proctor (1), R^.lph (2), 
Stokes (3), Heys (1), Maddox (5), 
Goddard (1), Leigh (1). J. Smith 
(6), Allen (1), x, 292, 293, xi, 285, 
286, 288, Lawrance (1, 2). See 
also Sections, Stains. 

Microscopic writing, Farrants (1). 

Micro - spectroscope, Huggins ( 1 ), 
Browning (1), xii, 68-71. 

Microsporon, Hogg (4). 

Microtome, J. Smith (1), xiv, 177, 178, 
xvii, 101, Busk (10). See also Sec- 
tion. 

Miliola, Parker (1). 

Milioliua, Brady (3) xix, 268 and xxi, 
45. 

MILNER, "W. R. (1). Description of a 
trough for exhibiting the circula- 
tion of the blood in a fish's tail. 
vii (o. s.), 113, 114. 

Mimosa ; pulvinus, Gardiner (2). 

M'INTOSH, W. C. (1). The Trematode 
larva and Ascaris of the Carcinus 
moenas. v, 201-204, pi. viii. 

(2). On the Gregariniform para- 
site of Borlasia. (Transactions) 
XV, 38-41, pi. ii. 

(3). Experiments on young Sal- 
mon, viii, 145-154, pi. iii. 

— ■ — • (4). On a Crustacean parasite 
of Nereis cultrifera. x, 39-41, pi. v. 

(5). On Amphiporus spectabilis, 

and other Nemerteans. xv, 277- 
293, pis. xiv, XV. 

MITCHELL, J. (1). On a pulsatile mus- 
cular organ, auxiliary to the circu- 
lation, found in the legs of certain 
insects. (Transactions) vii, 36-38. 

(2). High powers. viii (o. s.), 

273, 274. 

(3). Oscillatoriacese. i, 63, 64. 

(4). Notes from Madras, ii, 

60-62, and ii, 303-307. 

(5). On the true reading of 

measurements with the cobweb 
micrometer. (Transactions) xiv, 
71-73. 

MITSUKURI, K. (1). On the struc- 
ture and significance of some aber- 
rant forms of Lamellibranchiate 
gills, xxi, 595-608, pi. xxxiv. 



MITSUKURI, K.— 

(2). On the development of 

the suprarenal bodies in Mammalia, 
xxii, 17-29, ])1. iv. 

(3) & C. ISHIKAWA. On the 

formation of the germinal layers 
in Chelonia. xxvii, 17-48, pis. ii-v. 

MOGGRIDGE, J. (1). On the mutta of 
the sulphur springs at Valdieri. 
viii, 223-225. 

V. Mohl, H. ; obituary, xv, 178-181. 

V. Mohl ; Principles of the Anatomy 
and Physiology of the Vegetable 
Cell (review), i (o. s.), 287-292. 

Molecuhir theory of organisation, Ben- 
net (2), Ord (2) ; see also Cal- 
careous Concretion. 

MOLESCHOTT, J. (1) & RICCHETTI. 
On the restoration of the mntions 
of the spermatozooids of the Mam- 
malia (transl.). iii (o. s.), 294, 
295. 

MoUusca ; radulse, J. E. Gray(l), Hogg 
(6). 

— development, E. R. Lankester (24, 

27, 32), Haddou (1). 

— trichocysts, Bergh (1). 

— affinities, E. R. Lankester (21, 24). 

— haemoglobin, Sorby (8). 

— colouring matter, Moseley (9). 

— gills, Peck (1), Mitsukuri (1). 

— pores from blood-system to exterior, 

A. G. Bourne (7). 

— see also Cephalopoda, Gastropoda, 

Lamellibranchiata, Heteropoda, 

Pteropoda. 
Moloch ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 
Monadina, criticized, E. R. Lankester 

(31). 

— in human intestine, D. D. Cunning- 

ham (2). 
Monera; monograph of, Hackel (1). 
Monocotyledons; raphides, Gulliver (3). 
Monocystis, E. R. Lankester (3, 18). 
Monostroma, Ciirrey (7). 
Monothalamia, Archer (25). 
Monotremata; ovary, Poulton (3). 

— tongue, Poulton (2). 

MONTAGNE, M. C. (1). On the mul- 
tiplication of Chara by division 
(transl.). ii (o. s.), 40, 41. 

Morel; Compendium of Human His- 
tology (review), i, 128. 

Morin ; Note Relative aux Apparences 
Microscopiques des Cheveux Hu- 
mains et des Polls d'Auimaux 
(review), i (o. s.), 136. 

Morrhua, parasites, Maddox (7). 



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47 



MORRIS, J. W. (1). On mounting 
Polyzoa and Hydroid Zoophytes, 
so as to display the outstretched 
tentacles as in life, ii, 116, 117. 

MOSELEY, H. N. (1). Notes on the 
method of application of nitrate of 
silver and chloride of gold in the 
preparation of certain tissues for 
microscopic investigation, xi, 55- 
59 ; cf. xi, 287, 288. 

(2). On certain methods which 

may be employed in the investiga- 
tion of the development of the 
Frog's egg. xi, 151-155. 

(3). Some remarks on the nerves 

of the cornea of the Rabbit and 
Frog, xi, 261, 262, pi. xiii. 

(4). On the circulation in the 

wings of Blatta orientalis and 
other insects, and on a new method 
of injecting the vessels of insects. 
xi, 389-396, pi. xvii. 

— — (5). On methods for preparing 

the organ of Corti for microscopical 

investigation, xii, 375-378. 
(6). A few notes on microscopic 

preparations of insects' eyes, xii, 

379. 
(7). On Actiniochrome, a 

colouring matter of Actiniae which 

gives an absorption spectrum, xiii, 

143, 144. 
(8). Note on Mihakowics' new 

method of imbedding, xvi, 327- 

329. 
(9). On the colouring matters 

of various animals, and especially 

of deep-sea forms dredged by 

H.M.S. " Challenger." xvii, 1-23, 

pis. i, ii. 

— — (10). On Stylochus pelagicus, 

anew species of pelagic Planarian, 
with notes on other pelagic species, 
on the larval forms of Thysanozoon 
and of a Gymnosomatous Ptero- 
pod. xvii, 23-34, pi. iii. 

(II)' Notes on the structure of 

several forms of land Planarians, 
with a description of two new 
genera and several new species, 
and a list of all species at present 
known, xvii, 273-292, pi. xx. 

(12). Dr. G. von Koch's method 

of preparing sections of corals. 
XX, 245, 246. 

— — (13). Notes on the structure of 

Seriatopora, Pocillopora, Coral- 
lium, and Tubipora. xxii, 391-398. 



MOSELEY, H. N.— 

(14). On the pharynx of an 

unknown Holothurian of thefamily 
Dendrochirotse, in which the cal- 
careous skeleton is remarkably de- 
veloped, xxlv, 255-261, pi. xxiii. 

(15). On the presence of eyes 

in the shells of certain ChitonidiB, 
and on the structure of these 
organs, xxv, 37-60, pis. iv-vi. 

MOSS, E. L. (1). Notes on the genus 
Doliolum. xi, 403-405 ; cf . xii, 68. 

(2). A method for the micro- 
scopic examination of sea-water. 
XV, 392-394. 

MOUCHET. — (1). Monochromatic 
illumination, vii, 154, 155. 

(2). Pleurosigma angulatum. 

vii, 221. 

— ■ — (3). Test-diatoms, viii, 105, 
106. 

(4). Heuriscopometer. viii, 

281, 282. 

(5). New test-object, ix, 401. 

MOXON, W. (1). Description of the 
peripheral termination of a motor 
nerve, vi, 235-240, pi. iv. 

Mucedinese ; nutrition, Pasteur (3). 

Mucor, notes on, Currey (8). 

— in silica solution, W. C. Roberts (1). 

Mucorini, general account, van Tieg- 
hem (1). 

Mucous glands, lymphatics, Kidd (2). 

Muffa (if Valdieri, Moggridge (1). 

mULLER, C. J. (1). On Vaginicola 
valvata. ix, 25-27, pi. vii. 

MULLER, F. (1). On the common 
nervous system of the Bryozoa, 
exemplified in Serialaria coutinbii. 
i, 300-305, pi. xi. 

MULLER, H. (1). Remarks on the 
structure and function of the re- 
tina (transl.). i (o. s.), 269-273. 

MtJLLER J. (1). On Sphserozoum, 
Meyer (ThalassicoUa, Huxley), 
Noctiluca, and the Polycystinse 
(transl.). iv (o. s.), 72-76. 

Miiller's larva, Moseley (10). 

MUMMERY, J. B. (1). On the deve- 
lopment of Tubularia indivisa. 
(Transactions) i, 28-30, pi. iv, figs. 
2-18. 

MUNRO, H. (1). On washing and con- 
centrating Diatomacese. iii (o. s.), 
241-243. 

(2). The microscope as a means 

of diagnosis, v (o. s.), 108-110. 

MURRAY, G. See BENNETT (4). 



48 



MUR — NKIl 



Muscii ; eyes, Carrlere (1), Hickson 

(4). 

— foot, Hepworth (1, 2, 3). 

— proboscis, Hunt (5). 

Muscle ; contractility in lower animals, 
Ecker (1). 

— contractility and double refraction, 

Kidd ''4). 

— heart, Klein (18) xxi, 233. 

— striated, histology, Beale (12), Thin 

(3), xvii, 187, 188, Haycraft (1), 
C. F. Marshall (1), Melland (1). 
MacCallum (3), KoUiker (9, 11), 
vii, 55 ; xii, 185 ; xiv, 190. 

development of, Clark (2), 

Remak (1). 

— smooth, Lister (3). 
Muscle-plate ; fate of, Paterson (1). 
Mussa, G. C. Bourne (2). 
MUSSET, C. See JOLY (1). 
Mycedium as "eai'-wax," Inman (4). 
Mycetozoa, de Bary (1). 
Mycodtrma, Slack (2, 4), Henfrey 

(2). 
Myelitis; pathology, Hamilton (2). 
Mygale ; skeleto-trophic tissues and 

coxal glands, E. R. Lankester (57). 
Myoryktes, Eberth (1). 
Myriapoda — 

— Scutigera, sense organ, Heathcote 

— Julus, development, Heathcote (2). 
Mytilus; gills, Peck (1). 
Myxastrum, Hackel (1) ix, 123. 
Myxine; epidermis, Blomfield (3). 

— reproductive elements, J. T. Cun- 

ningham (6). 
Myxobrachia, xi, 63-65. 
Myxodictyon, Hackel (1) ix, 131. 



N. 



NACHET, M. (1). On a microscope 
adapted for anatomical demonstra- 
tions ; and on a binocular micro- 
scope, ii (o. s.), 72-74. 

NACHET, M., jun. (1). On the camera 
lucida. viii (o. s.), 156-158. 

(2). On an erecting prism, viii 

(o. s.), 206, 207. 

(3). On a dark-ground illumi- 
nator, viii (o. s.), 207, 208. 

(4). On an oblique-light illu- 
minator, viii (o. s.), 208. 

Nassula, Cohn (3). 

Nautilus ; olfactory organ and genital 
ducts, E. R. Lankester (56). 



Nave ; A ILandy Book to the Collec- 
tion of Alga3, Fungi, Lichens, 
Mosses, Diatcnns, and Desmids 
(review), viii, 86. 

Navicula, Gregory (6), Hendry (7), 
O'Meara (6). 

— ostrearia, E. R. Lankester (62). 
Necturus ; nerve-tenuinatious in liver, 

Macallum (2). 

— striated muscle, Macallura (3). 
Nematobothriura, van Beneden (2). 
Nematocysts ; function of, v. Leuden- 

feld (1). 

— poisonous action, Mcintosh (3). 

— see also Trichocysts. 

Nematoda ; hsematozoic, Gruby (1), T. 
R. Lewis (3); viii (o. s.), 272. 

— development, &e., Ercolani (1). 

— Trichina, Virchow (6), Leuckart 

(3). 

— Myorhyktes, Eberth (1). 

— in Carcinu'i, Mcintosh (1). 

— Ollulanus in lung, Stirling (2). 

— A. nigrovenosa, Mecznikow (2). 

— A. dactyluris, Macalister (1). 

— in Canis, T. R. Lewis (1). 

— in Limax ovum, Barthelemy (1). 
Neinertea; anatomy, Hubrecht (1). 

— embryology, Hubrecht (6). 

— nervous system, Hubrecht (2, 3). 

— relation to Vertebrata, Hubrecht 

(5, 7), Bateson (4). 

— vascular and nephridial systems, 

Oudeinans (1). 

— Amphiporus, &c., Mcintosh (5). 
Nemertes, vascular and nephridial 

systems, Oudemans (1). 
Neoplialax ; development. Patten (1). 
Nephelis; growth of eggs, Iljima (1). 

— anatomy, A. G. Bourne (6). 
Nephridia; origin of, Sedgwick (4), 

E. R. Lankester (34). 

— Vermes in general, Beddard (2). 

— Vertebrata, see Kidney. 
Nereis; J. T. Cunningham (8). 
Nerine, J. T. Cunningham (8). 
Nerve; bladder, Darwin (1). 

— ear of Mus, xi, 289-291. 

— histology, Lister (4), Clark (1), 

Turner (2), Ptluger (2), Raiivier 
(2), Hendry (9), Ciaccio (1), xviii, 
95-100, Tyson (1). 

— in cornea, Ciaccio (2), Moseley (3). 
Nerve-terminations; in larval I3atra- 

chians, xvii, 455-460. 

— in skin of Rana, Macallum (1), 

Ciaccio (3), 

— in liver, Macallum (2), 



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49 



Nerve-terminations — 

— Jacubowitsch (1), Beale (8), Moxon 

(1), Gedge (1), Klein (2), Schafer 
(2), Pritchard (2), Ranvier (3), 
Klein (17). 
Nervous system; preparation for sec- 
tions, Sankey (2), Betz (1), W. B. 
Lewis (1). 

— histology, McCarthy (1), -Saukev 

— general homologies in Invertebrata, 

E. R. Lankester (50). 
Neuroptera ; phylogeny, Packard (2). 

— larva, C. S. Tomes (1). 

— Chrysopa, embryology, Packard 

(2). 

— development. Patten (1). 

NEWTON, E. T. (1). On the anatomi- 
cal differences observed in some 
species of the Helices and Limaces. 
(Transactions) xvi, 26-31, pis. iv, v. 

(2). An improved apparatus for 

drawing with the microscope, xi, 
270-272. 

(3). The structure of the eye 

of the lobster, xiii, 325-343, pis. 
xvi, xvii. 

(4). On the brain of the cock- 
roach, Blatta orientalis. xix, 340- 
356, pis. XV, xvi. 

NICHOLS, R. (1). Plan for finding the 
focal length of objectives, iii, 75- 
77. 

Nicothoe, Clans (1). 

Nirmus, Giglioli (2). 

NITSCHE, H. (1). On some interesting 
points concerning the mode of re- 
production of the Bryozoa. xi, 
155-162. 

Noctiluca, Huxley (6), Webb (1), Busch 
(1), J. Muller (1), Brightwell (4), 
Allman (9). 

— spore formation, xi, 305, 414. 
Nodosaria, Brady (3) xxi, 63. 
NORMAN, A. M. (1) . Notes on some 

rare British Polyzoa, with descrip- 
tions of new species, viii, 212- 
222, pis. v-vii. 

NORMAN, G. (1). List of Diatomaceas 
occurring in the neighbourhood of 
Hull. (Transactions) viii, 59-71, 
and 156-168. 

(2). On some undescribed species 

of Diatomacese. (Transactions) 
ix, 5-9, pi. ii. 

(3). On cleaning glass tubes. 

vi, 49. 

5 



NORMANDY, A. (1). Composition of 
the Boghead coal, ii (o. s.), 200. 

Nostochaceaj, Wood (1), Archer (18). 

Notochord; iodine reaction, xviii, 196. 

Nubecularia, Brady (3) ix, 266. 

Nucleoli ; movement of, Kidd (1). 

Nucleus; cleavage, &c., Priestley (1), 
xviii, 197 ; see under Cell, Karyo- 
kinesis. Ovum. 

Nucula, gills, Mitsukuri (1). 

NUNNELY, T. (1). On the form, den- 
sity, and structure of the crystal- 
line lens, vi (o. s.), 136-153, pi. 
vii. 

(2). On the structure of the 

retina, vi (o. s.), 217-241, pis. x, 
xi. 

Nutrition, Beale (14). 

Nyctiphanes; photospheria, Vallentin 

Nymphseaccifi ; stellate bodies, Ogilvie 
(1). 



O. 



Octactinise — 

— Hartea, gen. n., E. P. Wright (I). 

— 2 gen. n., Kent (2). 

— phosphorescence, Panceri (1). 

— colouring matter, Moseley (9). 

— Tubipora, &c., Moseley (13), Hick- 

son (3). 

— Corallium, Moseley (13). 

— Syringopora, Hickson (3). 

— polymorphism, viii, 98. 
Oecistes ; 2 sp. n., Davis (1). 
Oedogonium, vi, 149-152. 
OERSTED, A. S. (1). Observations 

made in the course of the winter 
of 1863-1864 which have led to 
the discovery of the hitherto un- 
known organs of fructification in 
the Agaricini (transl.). viii, 18- 
26. 

OGILVIE, G. (1). On the stellate 
bodies of Nymphseacese. vi (o. s.), 
59-61. 

Oidium, xii, 158, Blanchet (1). 

OKEDEN, F. (1). On the deep Diato- 
maceous deposits of the mud of 
Milford Haven and other localities, 
iii (o. s.), 26-30. 

— — (2). On a mode of washing and 

concentrating Diatomaceous earths 
and clays, iii (o. s.), 158-160. 

— — (3). On an improved finder for 

the microscope. iii (o. s.), 166- 
168. 



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OKE — OST 



OKEDEN, F.— 

(4). On the DiatomacejB of 

South Wales. (Transactions) vi, 

87-94. 
Olfactory organ ; vertebrate, Marshall 

(2). 

— histology, Klein (18). 

— see also Jacohson's organ. 
Oligochseta ; perivisceral corpuscles, E. 

R. Lankester (11). 

— spermatophors, E. R. Lankester 

(10, 13). 

— blood-corpuscles, E. R. Lankester 

(35), Blomfield (2). 

— abnormality, C. Robertson (2). 

— Chsetogaster, E. R. Lankester (7). 

— Pacbydermon, E. R. Lankester 

(10). 

— anatomy of various genn., Benham 

(1), Beddard (1, 2). 

— Criodrilus, Oerley (1), Benham (1). 

— Ctenodrilus, anatomy and fission, 

Scharff (2). 

— see also Lumbricus. 
OUulanus in lungs, Stirling (2). 
O'MEARA, E. (1). On some new and 

rare Diatomaceae from the West 
Coast of Ireland, vii, 113-118. 

(2). On new forms of Diato- 

macese, from dredgings off the 
Arran Islands, County Galway. 
vii, 245-247, pi. vii ; and ix, 160, 
151, pi. xii. 

(3). On a new species of Diato- 

macese, being a reply to Mr. Kit- 
ton's remarks, viii, 73-79. 

— — (4). On some new species of 

the genus Amphiprora. xi, 21- 
23, pi. iii. 

(5). Recent researches on the 

Diatomaceaj. xii, 240-246. 

— — (6). On some peculiar forms of 

NavicuUi from the Sulu Archipe- 
lago, xii, 283-287, pi. xiii. 

(7). On Diatomaceffi from Spitz- 

bergen. xiv, 254-261, pi. viii. 

O'Meara; Report on the Irish Diato- 
macea3 (review), xvi, 330-332. 

Omentum; histology, Klein (4, 12). 

Onchopora, iii (o. s.), 320. 

Oogenesis, see Ovum. 

Oocecia, see Polyzoa. 

Opalina, E. R. Lankester (10). 

Ophideres ; proboscis, Darwin (2). 

Ophiotheca ; gen. n., Currey (1, 5). 

Ophiuroida; apical system, P. H. Car- 
penter (6, 10). 

Ophrydiumj cellulose, Halliburton (2). 



Ophryodendron, T. S. Wright (1), 
Hincks (6). 

Orbitolites, Brady (3) xxi, 47. 

OrbuUna ; relation to Globigerina, xv, 
68-70. 

Orchis mascula ; embryogeny, Cobbold 
(1). 

OED, W. M. (1). A note of some cir- 
cumstances affecting the value of 
glycerine in microscopy, xii, 41- 
43. 

(2). On " molecular coales- 
cence," and on the influence exer- 
cised by colloids upon the forms 
of inorganic matter, xii, 219-239, 
pis. XV, xvi. 

ORLEY, L. (1). Morphological and bio- 
logical observations on Criodrilus 
lacuum. xxvii, 551-560, pi. xxxviii, 
figs. 1-8. 

Oruithomyia, Giglioli (2). 

Ornithorhyncus; tongue, Poulton (2). 

— ovary, Poulton (3). 
Orthonectida, Giard (1). 
Orthqptera — 

— ecdysis, West (5). 

— circulation in wings, Moseley (4). 

— nerve histology, Newton (4). 

— development. Patten (1). 
OSBORN, H. F. (1). Observations upon 

the foetal membranes of the Opos- 
sum and other Marsupials, xxiii, 
473-484, pi. xxxiii. 

see SCOTT, W. B (1). 

OSBORNE, S. G. (1). On Closterium 
lunula, ii (o. s.), 234r-240. 

— — (2). Economy of Closterium 

lunula, iii (o. s.), 54-58. 

^ — (3). Vegetable cell- structure 
and its formation, as seen in the 
early stages of the growth of the 
wheat-plant. (Transactions) v, 
104-122, pis. iii-v; cf. v (o. s.) 
87, 88. 

Oscarella, see Halisarca. 

Oscillarise ; propagation, Itzigsobn (2). 

— structure, locomotion, &c., d'Alquen 

(2), Mitchell (3), G. D. Kingsley 

(1), Collingwood (1). 
Osmosis, vi (o. s.), 189. 
Osmunda; apex of root, Bower (7). 
Osphradium, E. R. Lankester (56). 
Ossification of cartilage-bone, Baur (1). 
Ostracoda, general, Rupert Jones (1). 
Ostrea; development, Horst (1). 

— of Marennes, green colour, E. R, 

Lankester (62). 



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51 



OUDEMANS, J. A. (1). Contributions to 
the knowledge of the hairs of 
" Collomia coccinea " (transl.). ii 
(o. s.), 43. 

OUDEMANS, A. C. (1). The circulatory 
and nephridial apparatus of the 
Nemertea. xxv supplement, 1-80, 
pi. i-iii. 

Ovary j Mammalian, Foulis (1), Poul- 
ton (3). 

— Vertebrata, Balfour (8). 

Ovum J fertilisation and maturation, 
van Beneden (5), Balfour (6, 8), 
J. T. Cunningham (4), Thomson 
(1), Whitman (1). 

OWEN, S. R. T. (1). Ou the surface- 
fauna of mid-ocean. (Transac- 
tions) xiv, 115-120. 

Oxytricha, T. S. Wright (2). 



Pacchionian bodies, Bastian (1). 

PACKARD, A. S. (1). On the embry- 
ology of Limulus polyphemus. 
xi, 263-267. 

■ (2). The embryology of Chry- 

sopa, and its bearings on the classi- 
fication of the Neuroptera. xii, 
138-142. 

Pacinian corpuscles, Schafer (2), Hux- 
ley (4), Harris (1, 2). 

Paget ; Lectures on Surgical Patho- 
logy (review), ii (o. s.), 197-199. 

Palmellacese ; New Zealand, Lindsay 
(3); Hicks (7,8). 

PALMER, J. L. (1). Colour of the sea. 
viii, 178, 179. 

Palmicellaria J gen. n.. Alder (2). 

Palmoffloea, Archer (7, 11), Hicks (7, 8). 

Palu, ix, 79. 

Paludina; development, E. R. Lankes- 
ter (27, 33). 

— muscle, Leydig (2). 
Pamphagus; gen. u., Bailey (1). 
Panceria, gen. n., Andres (1). 
PANCERI, P. (1). The luminous organs 

and light of the Pennatulie. xii, 

248-254. 
(2). The luminous organs and 

the light of the Pholades. xii, 

254-260. 
(3). The luminous organs and 

light of Pyrosoma (transl.). xiii, 

45-51. 

— — (4). On the light emanating 

from the nerve-cells of Phyllirhoe 
bucephala. xiii, 109-116. 



Pancreas; histology, Klein (23), Gibbes 

(4), Turner (1). 
Pandanus; stem. Dyer (2). 
Paudoriua, Henfrey (4), Currey (7). 
Pangenesis, Sorby (9). 
Paramcecium ; chlorophyll in, Sallitt 

• (!)• 

— trichocysts, Allman (3). 
Parazoa, Sollas (2). 

PARKER, T. J. (1). An account of 
Reichenbach's researches on the 
early development of the fi-esh- 
water Crayfish, xviii, 84-94, pi. 
vi. 

(2). On the histology of Hydra 

fusca. XX, 219-224. 

PARKER, W. K. (1). On the Milioli- 
tlda3 (Agathistegues, d'Orbigny) 
of the East Indian Seas. (Trans- 
actions) vi, 53-59, pi. V. 

PARKES, E. A. (1). On microscopical 
reagents, i (o. s.), 139-141. 

Parthenogenesis; Daphnidse, Zenker 

(1). 

— Acari, Beck (13). 

PASTEUR, L. (1). On the origin of 
ferments (transl.). viii (o. s.), 
255-259. 

(2). New experiments relating 

to what is termed si^ontaneous 
generation (transl.). i, 118-123. 

(3). Researches on the mode 

of nutrition of the Mucediueae 
(transl.). i, 213-215. 

— • — (4). New contributions to the 

theory of fermentations (transl.). 
xiii, 351-356. 

Patella ; nephridia, J. T. Cunningham 
(2). 

Patellaria, Currey (8). 

PATERSON, A. M. (1). On the fate of 
the muscle-plate, and the develop- 
ment of the spinal nerves and 
limb plexuses in Birds and Mam- 
mals, xxviii, 109-129, pis. vli, viii. 

Pathology ; general, Hepworth (4), 
Inman (6), Munroe (2), Hogg (4). 

— myelitis, Hamilton (2). 

— of sheep-pox, Klein (7). 

— of suppuration, xv, 174, 175. 

— See also Bacteria. 

Patten ; Eyes of Molluscs and Arthro- 
pods (review), xxvii, 285-292. 

PATTEN, W. (1). The development of 
Phryganids, with a preliminary 
note on the development of Blatta 
germanica. xxiv, 548-602, pi. 
xxxvi. A, B, c. 



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Paul ; Manual of Technical Analysis, a 
Guide for the Testing and Valua- 
tion of the various Natural and 
Artificial Substances Employed in 
the Arts and Domestic Economy, 
founded upon the Handbuch of 
Dr. P. A. Bolley (review). vii 
(o. s.), 112. 

PAVESI, P. (1). On the circulation of 
the blood in Pyrosoma, especially 
as observed in the embi'yo. xii, 
275-283, pi. xii. 

Pavonina, Brady (3) xix, 282. 

PAYNE, J. F. (1). On students' micro- 
scopes, xii, 56-62. 

PECK, R. H. (1). The minute struc- 
ture of the gills of Lamellibranch 
Mollusca. xvii, 43-66, pis. iv-vii. 

Pecten ; eye, Hickson (I). 

Pectinaria, J. T. Cunningham (8). 

Pectunculus ; eyes, Carriere (1). 

Pedalion, Hudson (1), E. R. Lankester 
(17). 

Pedicellaria, Busk (8), Herapath (4), 
Stewart (2). 

Pedicellina; embryo, Hincks (7). 

— life-history, Harmer (2). 
Pelosina, gen. n., Brady (3) xix, 30. 
PELSENEER, P. (1). Observations on 

the nervous system of Apus. xxv, 

433-444, pi. XXX. 
(2). The cephalic appendages 

of the Gymnosomatous Pteropoda, 

and especially of Clione. xxv, 

491-509, pi. XXXV. 
Penicillium, Henfrey (2), Slack (4), 

Huxley (14), Brefeld(l). 
Penium, Archer (8, 13). 
Pennatulida ; luminosity, Panceri (1) . 
Pentastomum ; development, Leuckart 

(2). 
Perameles; tongue, Poulton (1). 
Perichajta, auatomy, Benham (1), 

Part I. 

— nephridia, Beddard (2). 
Peridinea (Protozoa), AUman (2). 
Peridinium (Alga), in Red Sea, Carter 

Peripatus — 

— novae-zealandiae; development, Shel- 

don (2) ; anatomy, Sheldon (3). 

— from Demerara, development, Scla- 

ter (1). 

— .systematic monograph, Sedgwick 

(6). 

— capensis ; anatomy, Balfour (13, 

20), Sheldon (3); development, 
Balfour (13, 20), Sedgwick (5). 



Periplaneta, see Blatta. 
Peritoneum of Rana, Klein (3). 

— lymphatics, xvii, 298, xviii, 100-102. 
Perouia ; gen. n., Kitton (3). 
Peronospora, xiv, 176, 177; W. G. 

Smith (1). 
Petromyzon ; development, Shipley (1), 
W. B. Scott (2). 

— spermatozoa, xv, 394, 395. 
Peziza, Sorby (1) ; xii, 160. 
PFEUFER, C, see HENLE (1). 
PFLUGER, E. (1). On extravasations 

of blood, and the production of 
aneurisms caused by parasites, 
viii (o. s.), 272. 

(2). On a new reagent for the 

exhibition of the axis cylinders in 
nerves, viii (o. s.), 273. 

Phacus; chlorophyll in, Sallitt (1). 

Phagocytes, Mecznikow (4, 5). 

Phalangista ; ovary, Poulton (3). 

Phallusia, mantle, Schacht (1). 

Phascum ; reproduction, J. B. Hicks 
(6). 

Philodina ; figured, &c., Huxley (1). 

Phipson, T. L. ; The Utilisation of 
Minute Life, being Practical 
Studies on Insects, Crustacea, 
Mollusca, Worms, Polypes, In- 
fusoria, and Sponges (review), iv, 
194-197. 

Pholades ; luminosity, Panceri (2). 

Phoronis ; development, Caldwell (2), 
E. B. Wilson (1), Cobbold (2). 

Phosphorescence, Panceri (1-4), Val- 
lentin (1), Moseley (9), KoUiker 
(10). 

Photosphseria of Schizopoda, Vallentin 

Phragmidium, Currey (5, 8). 
Phreorhyktes, vi, 37. 
Phryganidae; development. Patten (1). 
Phycomyces, van Tieghem (1). 
Phyllirhoe ; luminosity, Panceri (4), 
Phyllopoda — 

— Apus, E. R. Lankester (50), Pelse- 

neer (1). 

— Nauplius eye and parthenogenesis, 

Zenker (1). 
Physemaria, E. R. Lankester (40). 
Phytophthora, H. M. Ward (7). 
Pieris ; scales, Wonfor (1). 
Pigment ; pathological, in tongue, Eu- 

lenberg (1). 

— in heart, Thudichum (1). 
Pilidium type, Balfour (17). 
Pilobolus, van Tieghem (1). 
Pinaciophora, Archer (25) xvi, 367. 



PIN — POL 



53 



Pineal eye of Lacertilia, W. B. Spencer 
(3). 

Piiinularia, Gregory (6), Kitton (3). 

PIPEE, S. (1). On a portable slide 
cabinet and a form of slide for 
opaque illumination. (Trans- 
actions) XV, 16-18. 

— — (2). On a reversible compres- 

sorium with revolving disk. (Trans- 
actions) xvi, 114, 115. 
Pisces; skeleton, Huxley (11). 

— see Teleostei, Elasmobranchii, &c, 
Piscicola, A. G. Bourne (6). 
Pithophora, xvii, 293-297. 
Pityriasis, Gudden (1), Hogg (4). 
Placenta; Canis, Ayres (1). 

— evolution, Osborne (1). 
Placopsilina, Brady (3) xix, 50 and 

xxi, 51. 

Plagiogramma ; gen. n., Greville (5). 

Plagiopbrys, Archer (16), and (25) xvii, 
122. 

Plagiostomi ; blood-corpuscles, Gulliver 
(5). 

Plakopus, Archer (25) xvii, 349. 

Planaria; terrestrial, list of, Moseley 
(11). 

Planorbis; development, E. R. Lan- 
kester (42) ; xx, 376-377 ; genera- 
tive organs, Sanders (3). 

Planorbulina, Brady (3) xix, 283. 

Planula theory, E. R. Lankester (34), 
Balfour (16). 

Plasmolysis, Bower (5). 

Platoum, Archer (25) xvii, 199. 

Platyhelminthes ; and Annelida, ne- 
phridia, Beddard (2) ; see Cestoda, 
Ti-eniatoda. 

Plebia, Currey (8). 

Plcurobranchus ; external pore of vas- 
cular system, A. G. Bourne (7). 

Pleurophrys, Archer (15) x, 17 and x, 
121. 

Pleurophrys, Archer (25) xvii, 204. 

Pleurosigma, viii (o. s.), 104, 105 ; J. 
C. Hall (1), Hendry (8), Barkas 
(5), Hunt (3), Mouchet (2), Hall 
(1), Walker- Arnott (5), Donkin 
(3). 

Plica ; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 

PLOWRIGHT, C. B. (1). On the life- 
history of certain British hete- 
roecismal Uredines (the Ranunculi 
Aecidiaand Puccinia schceleriana). 
XXV, 151-172. 

PLUMEE, J. J. (1). A few words on 
the choice of a microscope, iv, 
153-167. 



Pneumodermon ; cephalic appendages, 

Pelseneer (2). 
Pocillopora, Fowler (1) Parts III and 

IV, Moseley (13), 
Podophrya, reproduction, Cienkowski 

(!)• . 
Polar bodies, see Ovum. 

Polariscope ; for lantern, iv, 42-45, 
Hendry (4). 

Polar rings, Clepsine, Whitman (1). 

Polia ; vascular and nephridial systems, 
Oudemans (1). 

Poliopogon, colour, Mosely (9). 

Pollen-bodies of Angiosperms, Elfving 
(1)- 

POLLOCK, G. F. (1). Observations on 
granulated " blood-discs." (Trans- 
actions) viii, 4-7. 

Polychaita ; anatomical points, J. T. 
Cunningham (8). 

— Haplobranchus, A. G. Bourne (4). 

— Syllis, gizzard, Haswell (1). 

— Lopadorhynchus, development, G. 

C. Bourne (3). 

— blood-corpuscles, E. R. Lankester 

(35), Blomfield (2). 
Polyctenes, Giglioli (2). 
Polycystina; habitats, Stokes (2); Wal- 

lich (7), J. Miiller (1), 
Polygastrica, Samuelson (1). 
Polyinorphina, Brady (3) xxi, 64. 
Polyommatus ; scales, Wonfor (1). 
Polyphagus, xvii, 175-181. 
Polysiphonia, frond, iv (o. s.), 87, 88. 
Polystigma, W. B. Grove (1). 
Polystomella, Brady (3) xxi, 66. 
Polyzoa — 

— avicularia and vibracula. Busk (4), 

Hincks (8). 

— British, Alder (2). 

— budding, Haddon (2). 

— for many genu. spp. nn., described 

and figured, see ZOOPHYTOLOGY. 

— mounting, Morris (1). 

— nervous system, F. Miiller (1), 

Hincks (7, 8). 

— ooecia, Hincks (4). 

— preparation of skeletons, G. Bird 

(1) ; A. M. Norman (1). 

— reproduction, Nitsche (1), Hincks 

(5, 7), Smitt (1). Huxley (9). 

— relations to Laraellibranchiata, E. 

R. Lankester (59), AUman (6). 

— Victorella, Kent (1). 

— Clavopora, Busk (9). 

— Loxosoma, E. R. Lankester (24), 

Vogt (1) ; xviii, 199 ; Harmer (1). 



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Polyzoa — 

— affinities and snbdivisionf?, Vogt (1) ; 

xviii, 199 ; Harnier (1). 

— Flustrella, development, Redfern 

— Terebriporida;, vi, 157. 
Pompholyxophrys, Archer (15) ix, 386 

and X, 105 ; Archer (25), xvi, 375. 
Pontia; scales, Wonfor (1). 
Pontobdella, A. G. Bourne (6). 
POOLE, W. H. (1). A double staining 

with haematoxylin and aniline. 

XV, 375-377. 
Porifera — 

— affinities, xii, 409. 

— motile phenomena, Lieberkiihn (2). 
-- various, E. P. Wright (2). 

— Tethyopsis, Stewart (1). 

— colour of Spongilla, Sorby (6). 

— colouring matters, Moseley (9). 

— Calcarea, development, xviii, 457, 

458. 

— morphology and position, Balfour 

(11), Dendy (1). 

— development of Halisarca,Sollas (2). 

— phylogeny, SoUas (2). 

— development, Spongilla, Lieber- 

kiihn (1). 

— Grautia, anatomy, Bowerbank (1). 
Porrigo and its fungus, Gudden (1), 

Hogg (4). 
Potato disease ; fungus of, H. M. Ward 

(7). 

POUCHET, A., & VERRIER. Experi- 
ments on the migrations of 
Entozoa (transl.). ii, 171-175; 
cf. ii, 270-274. 

POUCHET, G. (1). The origin of the 
red blood- corpuscles, xx, 331-350. 

— — (2). On the laminar tissue of 

Amphioxus. xx, 421-430, pi. xxix. 

POUCHET, F. (1). Atmospheric micro- 
graphy. Observations on the cor- 
puscles svispended in the atmo- 
sphere (transl.). viii (o. s.), 130- 
134. 

(2) . Atmospheric micrography. 

On the means by which all the 
corpuscles normally invisible, con- 
tained in a determinate volume of 
air, may be collected into an in- 
finitely small space (transl.). viii, 
(o. s.), 188-191. 

(3). Researches on the cor- 
puscles introduced by the atmo- 
sphere into the respiratory organs 
of animals (transl.). viii (o. s.), 
259-264. 



POULTON, E. B. (1). The tongue of 
Perameles nasuta, with some sug- 
gestion as to the origin of taste 
bulbs, xxiii, 69-86, pi. i. 

(2). The tongue of Ornitho- 
rhyncus paradoxus; the origin of 
taste bulbs, and the parts upon 
which they occur, xxiii, 453-472, 
pi. xxxii. 

(3). The structures connected 

with the ovarian ovum of Mar- 
supialia and Monotremata. xxiv, 
118-128, pi, V. 

POWELL, T. (1). A simple object- 
finder for students' microscopes. 
V, 149-151. 

POWER, D'A. (1). On the endothe- 
Hum of the body cavity and blood- 
vessels of the common Earth- 
worm, as demonstrated by silver 
staining. xviii, 158-161, pi. x, 
figs. 7-9. 

(2). Calberla's new embedding 

mixture, xviii, 208-210. 

Prasiola, Hicks (8). 

Prescott ; Tobacco and its Adultera- 
tions (review), vii (o. s.), 251- 
253. 

Prevost; Microscopic Observations on 
the Structure of Muscular Fibre 
(review), i (o. s.), 135, 136. 

Priapulus ; skin and nervous system, 
ScharfE (1). 

PRICE, H. (1). On a polystomatous 
condition of the hydranths of 
Cordylophora lacustris. xvi, 23- 
26. 

PRIESTLEY, J. (1). Recent researches 
on the nuclei of animal and vege- 
table cells, and especially of ova. 
xvi, 131-152, pis. xi, xii. 

Primitive streak, Sedgwick (4), Balfour 
(12, 19), Whitman (2), Johnson 
(2), Caldwell (2). 

PRINGSHEIM, N. (1). On the im- 
pregnation and germination of 
Alga- (transl.). iv (o. s.), 63-72, 
and 124-135, pi. iii; cf. vi (o. s.), 
173-175. 

(2). On the chronispores or 

chronizoospores of Hydrodictyon, 
and on some analogous reproduc- 
tive bodies (transl.). ii, 54-59; 
and ii, 104-112, pis. ii, iii. 

(3). Researches on chlorophyll 

(transl.). xxii, 76-135, pis. viii. 



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Pringsheini ; Untersuchutigen iiber 
den Bau und die Bildung der 
Pflanzenzelle (review), iv (o. s.), 
143-147. 

Pritchard ; A History of Infusoria, 
including the Desraidiacere and 
DiatomacesB, 4th edition (review), 
i, 54-56. 

— A History of Infusorial Animal- 

cules, Living and Fossil (review), 
i (o. s.), 229, 230. 

PKITCHARD, U. (1) . Methods of pre- 
paring the cochlea for micro- 
scopical investigation, xii, 380- 
384. 

(2). The termination of the 

nerves iu the vestibule and semi- 
circular canals of Mammals, xvi, 
398-404, pi. xxviii. 

Proboscidea, see Noctiluca. 

Procalistes; gen. n., E. R. Lankester, 
(58). 

PROCTOR, B. S. (1). Note on a simple 
mounting for any microscopic ob- 
jects, iii, 74, 75. 

(2). Some remarks upon light. 

iii, 151-168. 

Pronephros ; Bdellostoma, Weldon (2). 

— chick, Balfour (10), Sedgwick (2). 

— so-called of Teleosteans and Ganoids, 

Balfour (18). 
Protaraocba, Hiickel (1) ix, 219. 
Protista, Hiickel (1). 
Protomyxa, Hackel (1) ix, 34. 
Protophyta contrasted with Protozoa 

V. Siebold (1). 
Protoplasm ; continuity in plant-cells, 

Elsberg (1), Gardiner (2, 3), Bower 

(5). 

— characteristics, &c., DufBn (1), E. 

R. Lankester (9), Beale (18). 

— physiology of movement, Engel- 

mann (1), Binz (1). 

— protrusion in Dipsacus, Darwin (4, 

5). 

— Strasburger on. Vines (2). 
Protozoa contrasted with Protophyta, 

v, Siebold (1). 

— movements under light, Cohn (5). 

— see Reticularia, Ciliata, Radiolaria, 

Acinetaria, Heliozoa, Monera, My- 
cetozoa, Archerina, Noctiluca, 
Chlamydomyxa. 

Prussic acid ; detection, Ralph (3). 

Psammosphsera, Brady (3) xix, 27. 

Pseudochlamys, Archer (25) xvii, 107- 

Psileschara ; gen. n., i, 79. 

Psoriasis, Hogg (4). 



Psorospermise, Leydig (1) ; viii (o. s.), 
272; vi, 96, viii," 35. 

Psylla, Dobson (1). 

Pteris ; reproduction, Farlow (1), Ab- 
bott (1). 

Pterobranchia, see Rhabdoplenra. 

Pteropoda, larva, Moseley (10). 

— cephalic appendages, Pelseneer (2). 
Puccinia, Plowright (1). 
Pulmonary air-cells ; desquamation , 

Inman (3). 

Pulmonata ; generative organs, San- 
ders (3). 

Pulvinulina, Brady (3) xxi, 66. 

Purpura; development, W. B. Carpenter 
(1), Hudson (1). 

Pycnogonida ; larvae in Hydractinia;, T. 
S. Wright (4). 

Pyramimonas, Biitschli (1). 

Pyrosoma; circulation, Pavesi (1). 

— luminosity, Panceri (3). 
Pythium, xvi, 333-335, H. M. Ward 

(5). 
Pyxidicola, Archer (25) xvii, 110. 



Q. 



Quadrate; homologies, Dollo (1), G. 

Baur (1). 
Quadricellaria, Alder (2). 
Quadrula, Archer (25) xvii, 112. 
Quasillina, Dendy (1). 
QUATREFAGES, A. de (1). On the de- 

velopment of the spermatozooids 

in Torrea vitrea (transl.). iv (o. s.), 

76-78. 
Quatre Pages ; Histoire Naturelle des 

Anneles marins et d'eau douce, 

Annelides et Gephyriens (review). 

vii, 35-48. 

— Observations Relatives a un ouvrage 

de M. Claparede (review), ix, 
306-308. 

— The Metamorphoses of Man and 

the Lower Animals (review), v, 
36-43 ; cf. V, 151-154. 

QUEKETT, J. (1). On the structure 
of the raphides of Cactus ennea- 
gonus. (Transactions) i, 20-26, 
pi. iii, figs. 1-6. 

(2). On the presence of a fungus 

and of masses of crystalline matter 
in the interior of a living oak 
tree. (Transactions) i, 72-75, pi. 
ix, figs. 7-10. 



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QUEKETT, J.— 

(3). On the minute stnicture 

of a peculiar combustible mineral, 
from the Coal Measures of Torbane- 
hill, near Bathgate, Linlithgow- 
shire, known in commerce as Bog- 
head Cannel Coal. (Transactions) 
ii, 34-66, pis. iii-v. 

— • — (4). Observations on the struc- 

ture of the white filamentous sub- 
stance surrounding the so-called 
Mealy Bug (Coccus vitis) of the 
Vine. (Transactions) vi, 1-4, pi. i. 

— — (5). Presidential address, 1861. 

(Transactions) ix, 31-38. 
Quekett ; Lectures on Histology, deli- 
vered at the Royal College of Sur- 
geons of England, 1850-51 (re- 
view), i (o. s.), 40-46, 122-126. 

— Lectures on Histology, delivered 

at the Royal College of Surgeons 
of England, 1851-52 (review), 
iii (o. s.), 75-84. 

Quercus ; fungus in, Quekett (2). 

Quinine and quinidine in urine, Hera- 
path (1). 



R. 



Radiolaria, naked freshwater, Focke 

— reproduction, L. Cienkowski (1). 

— general, Wallich (7). 

— Thalassicollidse, Macdonald (1), J. 

Miiller (1). 

— Polycystinae, J. Miiller (1). 
Radula, Gray (1), Hogg (6). 
EAINEY, G. (1). On the capillaries 

of the liver, i (o. s.), 231-233. 

(2). A method of employing 

artificial light for the illumination 
of transparent objects, by which 
it is so deprived of glare and 
colour as to be equal in its illu- 
minating power to the best day- 
■ light. (Ti-ansactions) ii, 23, 24. 

(3). Some observations on the 

illumination of transparent ob- 
jects, ii (o. s.), 7-13, 65-71. 

(4). On the illumination of 

transparent objects. ii (o. s.), 
285-288. 

— — (5). On the structure of the 

cutaneous follicles of the Toad, 
with some experiments and ob- 
servations upon the nature and 
alleged venomous properties of 



RAINEY, G.— 

their secretion, iii (o. s.), 257- 
263, pi. xi. 

(6). Precise directions for the 

making of artificial calculi, with 
some observations on molecular 
coalescence. (Transactions) vi, 
41-50, pi. iv, figs. 1-9. 

— — (7). On the structure and mode 

of formation of the dental tissues, 
according to the principle of 
" molecular coalescence." vii 
(o. s.), 212-225, pi. xii. 

(8). On the structure and mode 

of formation of starch granules, 
according to the principle of 
" molecular coalescence." viii 
(o. s.), 1-10, pi. i, figs. 1-9. 

(9). Some further experiments 

and observations on the mode of 
formation and coalescence of car- 
bonate of lime globules, and the 
development of shell tissues. i, 
23-32, pi. iv. 

Rainey ; On the Mode of Formation of 
Shells of Animals, of Bone, and 
of several other Structures, by a 
process of Molecular Coalescence, 
demonstrable in certain Artifi- 
cially-formed Products (review), 
vii (o. s.), 109, 110. 

Raja; development of ovary, Balfour 
(8). 

KALFS, J. (1). Notes on the siliceous 
cell of Diatomacese. vi (o. s.), 
14-17. 

RALPH, T. S. (1). On a new method 
of mounting objects. (Trans- 
actions) vi, 34-39. 

(2). Method of dry-mounting 

entomological and other objects, 
iii, 301. 

— — (3). Observations and experi- 

ments with the microscope on the 
effects of prussicacid on the animal 
economy, vi, 225-235. 

Ramulina, Brady (3) xix, 272. 

Rana ; abnormalities, A. G. Bourne (5). 

— chromatophores, Virchow (3). 

— cutaneous respiration, Harley (1). 

— development, W. B. Spencer (2). 

— embryological circulation, Whitney 

(1. 2). 

— nerves of heart, Beale (17). 

— nerves of intestine, Klein (5). 

— nerves of skin, Ciaccio (3). 

— nerve-terminations in embryo, Mac- 

allum (1). 



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Bana — 

— neurenteric canal, Durham (1). 

— olfactory membrane, xi, 300. 

— peritoneum, Klein (3). 

— skin, xi, 298. 

— spermatozoa, Blomfield (1), Pt. II. 

— tongue, Beale (16). 

RANSOM, "W. H. (1). On the struc- 
ture and growth of the ovarian 
ovum in Gasterosteus leiurus. vii, 
1-4, pi. i. 

EANVIER, L. (1). On the cellular 
elements of tendons and of loose 
connective tissue (transl.). x, 367- 
380, pi. XX. 

(2). Researches on the con- 
nective tissue and vessels of the 
nerves (transl.). xiii, 36-45, pi. 
iii. 

(3). On the terminations of 

nerves in the epidermis, xx, 456- 
458, pi. xxxvi. 

Raphides, E. Lankester (5), Gulliver 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; V, 48, 222 ; in Cactus, 
Quekett (1). 

Raphidiophrys, Archer (15) ix, 255 
and x, 103 ; Archer (25), xvi, 368. 

Rat ; spermatogenesis, Herbert H. 
Brown (1). 

READE, J. B. (1). On a new hemi- 
spherical condenser for the micro- 
scope, and its use in illustrating 
an important principle in micro- 
scopic illumination. (Transac- 
tions) ix, 59-65. 

(2). On a double hemispherical 

condenser for the microscope. 
(Ti'ansactions) xv, 3-6. 

REDFERN, P. (1). Mode of isolating 
Naviculae and other test-objects, 
i (o.s.), 235,236. 

(2). On the nature of the Tor- 

banehill, and other varieties of 
coal, iii (o. s.), 106-127, pis, vii- 
ix. 

(3). Flustrella hispida and its 

development, vi (o. s.), 96-102, 
pi. iv. 

(4). On a simple method of 

applying the compound microscope 
to the upper or lateral surfaces of 
aquaria, vi (o. s.), 156-159. 

Refractive index, Harting (2). 

Regeneration, of Comatula, A. M. 
Marshall (5). 

— Molluscan shell, Rainey (9). 
Reinicke; Beitrage zur neuern Mikro- 

skopie (review), ii, 293-297. 



REMAK, R. (1). On the embryological 

basis of the cell-theory (transl.). 

ii, 277-284. 
Reophax, Bradv (3) xix, 51 and xxi, 

49. 
Reptilia ; development, Balfour (9, 

12) ; xviii, 454; Weldon (1), Mit- 

sukuri (3). 

— spermatozoon, Gibbes (1). 
Respiration ; anal, Hartog (2, 3). 

— cutaneous, in Rana, Harley (1). 
Reticularia — 

— spp. nn., H. B. Brady (2). 

— " Challenger," H. B. Brady (3). 

— Faujasina, structure, W. C. William- 

son (2). 

— reproduction, Schultze (3). 

— MiliotidiiB, W. K. Parker (1). 

— various, Archer (15, 16), Gagliardi 

(!)• 

— Haliphysema, E. R. Lankester (40). 

— Shepheardclla, Siddall (1). 

— Lieberkiihnia, 8iddall (1). 
Retina ; structure and function, Miiller 

(1), Boll (2, 3), Nunneley (2), 
Schultze (6). 

Rhabdammina, Brady (3) xix, 37 and 
xxi, 48. 

Rhabdonema, Walker-Arnott (2), Tuf- 
fen West (1). 

Rhabdopleura ; affinities, E. R. Lan- 
kester (21), Harmer (1). 

— anatomy, AUman (6), Sars (1), E. 

R. Lankester (59). 
Rhizammina; gen. n., Brady (3) xix, 

39. 
Rhizopoda of Challenger, Brady (3). 

— reproduction, Schultze (3). 

— in general. Archer (25). 

— see the various suborders. 
Rhizosolenia, Brightwell (5), Schultze 

(4). 
Rhodopsammia, Fowler (1) Part I. 
Rhombozoa, see Dicyemidse. 
Rhopalura, Giard (1). 
Rhynchodemus, Moseley (H). 
Rhynchoflagellata, see Noctiluca 
Rhynchota — 

— Coccus, Quekett (4), Beck (2, 5). 

— epizoic, from China, Giglioli (2). 

— colours of Aphids, Sorby (5). 

— lerp of Psyllidse, Dobson (1). 
RICCHETTI. See MOLESCHOTT (1). 
RICHARDSON, B. W. (1). Composition 

of a blue transparent injecting 
fluid for anatomical and pathologi- 
cal preparations, viii (o. s.), 271, 
272. 



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EICHARDSON, B. W.— 

— — (2). Stops recommended for 

oblique illumination with the 
achromatic condenser, vi, 10-12 ; 
and vi, 86, 87. 

— — (3). On xanthine and some of 

its crystalline compounds, xiii, 
168, 169, pi. vi. 

(4). Mode of staining animal 

tissues of a permanent purple-grey 
colour, xiv, 281, 282. 

KICHARDSON, J. G. (1). Corpuscular 
blood-elements in the urine in 
Briirht's disease, x, 191-193. 

(2). On the identity of the 

white corpuscles of the blood with 
the salivary, pus, and mucous cor- 
puscles, ix, 245-250. 

RIDDELL, J. L. (1). Notice of a bino- 
cular microscope, i (o. s.), 236, 
237. 

(2). On a new method of illu- 
minating opaque objects for the 
high powers of the microscope ; 
and on a new achromatic conden- 
ser, i (o. s.), 237, 238. 

(3). Professor Riddell's bino- 
cular microscope, i (o. s.), 304, 
305. 

— — (4). On the binocular micro- 

scope, ii (0. s.), 18-24. 

(5). Match photographs, or 

camera lucida drawings of micro- 
scopic objects for the stereoscope, 
made by means of the ordinary 
monocular microscope, ii (o. s.), 
290, 291. 

Ridleia ; gen. n., Dendy (1). 

EIMMINGTON, F. M. (1). On fungous 
destruction of lozenges in a dry 
atmosphere. (Transactions) x, 103, 
104. 

Rio de Sangu, v (o. s.), 236, 237. 

ROBERTS, W. (1). On peculiar appear- 
ances exhibited by blood-corpuscles 
under the influence of solutions of 
magenta and tannin, iii, 170-179. 

(2). The doctrine of contagium 

vivum and its application to medi- 
cine, xvii, 307-329. 

ROBERTS, W. C. (1) & H. J. SLACK. 
On fungoid growths in aqueous 
solutions of silica, and their arti- 
ficial fossilization. (Transactions) 
xvi, 105-108, pi. xii. 

ROBERTSON, C. (1). Note on an un- 
described species of Acarus, found 
in the Pigeon, vi, 201-203. 



ROBERTSON. C— 

(2). Note on a double Earth- 
worm, Lumbricus terrestris. vii, 
157, 158. 

(3). On a new nozzle and pipe 

for injecting-syringes. viii, 52, 
53. 

ROBERTSON, D. (1). Notes on Am- 
phidotus cordatus. xi, 25-27. 

ROBERTSON, W. (1). On micrometers 
applied to microscopes, iv (o. s.), 
153-157. 

(2). Note on a proposed form 

of condenser, viii, 106, 107. 

ROBINSON, J. R. (1). On the measure- 
ment of the aperture of objectives, 
iii (o. s.), 163-166. 

Rodentia; haemoglobin of blood, Hal- 
liburton (3). 

Rolleston ; Forms of Animal Life (re- 
view), X, 283-287. 

ROLLESTON, G. (1). Note on the 
blood-corpuscles of the two-toed 
Sloth, Choloepus didactylus. vii, 
127-130. 

(2). On the development of the 

enamel in the teeth of Mammals 
as illustrated by the various stages 
of growth demonstrable in | the 
evolution of the fourth molar of a 
young Elephant (Elephas indicus), 
and of the incisor teeth in the 
foetal Calf (Bos taurus). xii, 109- 
111, pis. vi, vii. 

ROMANES, G. J. (1). Medusa and 
Hydroid Polyps living in fresh- 
water, xxi, 162, 163. 

ROOD, 0. N. (1). On the practical ap- 
plication of photography to the 
microscope, ii, 261-269. 

ROPER, P. C. S. (1). Some observa- 
tions on the Diatomacese of the 
Thames. (Transactions) ii, 67-80, 
pi. vi. 

(2). Three new British species 

of Diatomacese. ii (o. s.), 283, 
284. 

— — (3). Notes on some new species 
and varieties of British Marine 
Diatomacese. vi (o. s.), 17-25, pi. 
iii ; cf. vii (o. s.), 261. 

(4). On the genus Biddulphia 

and its afiinities. (Transactions) 
vii, 1-24, pis. i, ii. 

(5). On Triceratium arcticum, 

(Transactions) viii, 55-58. 

(6). On the genus Licmophora. 

(Transactions) xi, 53-62. 



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RORIE, J. (1). On the anatomy of the 

nervous system iu the Lunibricus 

terrestris. iii, 106-109, pi. viii, 

figs. 1-4. 
ROSE, C. B. (1). On the discovery of 

parasitic borings in fossil fish-scales. 

(Transactions) iii, 7-9, pi. i. 
Rossmassler ; Mikroskopische Blicke in 

den inneren Ban und das Leben 

der Gewachse, &c. (review). i 

(o. s.), 286, 287. 
Rotifera ; classification, Hudson (2), 

Leydig (3), cf. viii, 170, 171. 
— • general relationships, Huxley (1), 

Leydig (3). 

— in Synapta, E. E.. Lankester (6). 

— Callidina, Giglioli (1). 

— development, Weisse (1). 

— Discopus, E. R. Lankester (6). 

— Pedalion, Hudson (1). 

— Melicerta, W. C. Williamson (8), 

Gosse (1). 

— Lacinularia, Huxley (1). 

— Oecistes, Davis (1). 
ROYSTON-PIGOTT, G. W. (1). On 

certain imperfections and tests of 
object-glasses, x, 10-17. 

(2). High-power definition and 

its difficulties, and the visibility of 
Diatomaceous beading, x, 168- 
179, pi. X. 

(3). On an aplanatic searcher, 

and its effects in improving high- 
power definition in the microscope. 
X, 893-396 ; cf. xi, 166-179, pis. 
viii, ix ; and xi, 190-192. 

(4). Researches on the errors 

of microscopical vision, and on new 
methods of correcting them, xi, 
1-17, pi. i. 

(5). Note on immersion object- 

glasses for the microscope, xii, 
111-114. 

(6). On the present condition 

of English object-glasses as regards 
defining power, xii, 260-268. 

— ■ — (7). On the differences between 

the nominal and solar focal length 
of English object-glasses, xii, 268- 
272. 

(8). On a method of finding 

the refractive index of glass by 
means of the microscope and white 
light, xii, 273-275. 

Rutherford ; Outlines of Practical His- 
tology (review), xvi, 94. 



RUTHERFORD, W. (1). Notes of a 
course of practical histology for 
medical students, xii, 1-21 ; cf. 
xiii, 77, 78. 

RYLANDS, T. G. (1). On the optical 
powers of the microscope, vii 
(o. s.), 27-82. 

— (2). On the markings of Diatoma- 
ce£e. viii (o. s.), 25-28. 



Sagenella ; gen. n., Brady (8) xix, 41. 
Sagitta, anatomy, &c. Busk (6), Kefer- 
stein (1) ; iii, 192, 193. 

— development, Gegenbaur (2). 
Sagrina, Brady (3) xix, 274 and xxi, 

64. 

Salivary glands j histology, Klein (18, 
23). 

SALLITT, J. A. (1). On the chloro- 
phyll corpuscles of some Infusoria, 
xxiv, 165-169, pis. xiii, xiv. 

Salmon disease, Huxley (16). 

Salmo ; development, Klein (10). 

SalmonidiE ; physiology, M'Intosh (3). 

Salpingoeca, Biitschli (1). 

SALTER, J. A. (1). On certain appear- 
ances occurring in dentine, depen- 
dent on its mode of calcification, 
i (o. s.), S52-262, pi. v. 

SAMUELSON, J. (1). The stomachs of 
the Polygastrica. iv, 165-167. 

(2). Glaucoma scintillans. v, 

18, 19. 

(3). The Infusoria, v, 104- 

106. 

(4). Atmospheric micrography. 

i, 60-62. 

Samuelson ; Humble Creatures. The 
Earth-worm and the Common 
House Fly (review), vii (o. s.), 
57-59. 

— The Honey-bee, its Natural History, 

Habits, Anatomy, and Microscopi- 
cal Beauty (review), i, 50-53. 
SANDERS, A. (1). Anatomy of Helix 
aspersa. iv, 146, 147. 

— — (2). Zoosperms in the ovaria of 

Pulmogasteropoda. iv, 294, 295. 

(3). On the anatomy of the 

generative organs in certain Pul- 
mogasteropoda. (Transactions) 
xiii, 89-96, pi. vii. 



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SANDERSON, J. B. (1). The origin and 
distribution of Microzymes (Bac- 
teria) in water, and the circum- 
stances whicli determine their ex- 
istence in the tissues and liquids of 
the living body, xi, 323-352. 

See STRICKER (4), and KLEIN 

(4). 

SANGSTER, A. (1). Observations on 
the muscular coat of sweat-glands, 
xvii, 232-235, pi. xvii. 

SANKEY, H. R. 0. (1). On a new 
solution for staining sections of 
hardened animal tissues, xvi, 95^ 
96. 

— — (2). A new process for examin- 

ing the structure of the brain, 
with a review of some poin^&sn 
the histology of the cerebelluui 
xvi, 182-190, pi. xiv. \ 

Santonine, Davies (3). \ 

Saprolegnia, Archer (12), H. M. Ward 
(4). 

— on salmon, Huxley (16). 

— zoospores, Hartog (4). 

Sarcina in human blood, xii, 162-166. 

— in human urine, Welcker (3). 

— in lungs, Henle (1). 
Sarcodina, Archer (25) xvii, 337. 
Sarcolemma, Beale (12). 

SARS, G. 0. (1). On Rhabdopleura 
mirabilis. xiv, 23-44, pi. i. 

Saxifraga ; water-glands in leaf, Gar- 
diner (1). 

Scatophaga; egg. West (4). 

SCHACHT, H. (1). On the micro- 
scopical and chemical examination 
of the mantle of certain Ascidians 
(transl.). i (o. s.), 34-39; 106- 
111. 

(2). Die Spermatozoiden in 

Pflanzenreich (transl.). v, 27-3] . 

Schacht; Das Mikroskop und seine 
Anwendung, &c. (review), i (o. s.), 
46-51 ; (review of translation), ii 
(o. s.), 45-47 ; (review of 2ud edi- 
tion), iii (o. s.), 219-227. 

— Der Baum. Studien iiber Bau und 

Leben der hoheren Gewachse (re- 
view), ii (o. s.), 128. 

— Die Pflanzenzelle, der innere Bau 

und das Leben der Gewachse, &c. 
(review), i (o. s.), 214-218. 
SCHAFER, E. A. (1). Description of 
an apparatus for maintaining a 
constant temperature under the 
microscope, xiv, 394-398. 



SCHAFER, E. A.— 

(2). The structure of the 

Pacinian corpuscles considered 
with reference to the homologies 
of the several parts composing 
them. XV, 135-141, pis. viii, ix. 

— — (3). Notes on the structure and 

development of osseous tissue, 
xviii, 132-144, pis. vii, viii. 

— — (4). Some teacliings of deve- 

lopment. XX, 202-218. 

Schafer; A Course of Practical His- 
tology (review), xvii, 188, 189. 

SCHARFF, R. (1). On the skin and 
nervous system of Priapulus and 
Halicryptus. xxv, 193-213, pi. 
xiv. 

(2), On Ctenodrilus parvulus, 

nov. spec. xxvii, 591-603, pi. 
xli. 

(3). On the intra-ovarian egg 

of some osseous fishes. xxviii, 
53-74, pi. V. 

SCHIMPER, A. F. W. (1). Researches 
upon the development of starch- 
grains, xxi, 291-306, pi. xix. 

Schizocladium; gen. n., AUman (7). 

Schizogouium, Hicks (3). 

Schizophyta ; pleomorphism, E. R. 
Lankester (63) ; see Bacteria, &c. 

Schizopoda, photospheria, Valleutin 
(1)- 

SCHLOSSBERGER, J. (1). On the 
crystals contained in the Mal- 
pighian vessels of Caterpillars 
(transl.). vi, 33-35. 

SCHMITZ, F. (1). The formation of 
auxospores in Coccouemia cistula 
(transl.). xiii, 145-152. 

Schneider ; On the Nervous System of 
the Nematoda (review), iii, 197- 
200. 

SCHULZE, F. E. (1). Description of 
a live-box for the observation of 
living tadpoles and other animals 
(transl). vii, 261, 262. 

SCHULTZE, M. (1). On the identity 
of a colouring matter present in 
several animals with the chloro- 
phyll of plants (transl.). i (o. s.), 
278, 279. 

(2). On the male reproductive 

organs of Campanularia genicu- 
lata (transl.). iii (o. s.), 59-66. 

(3). Abstract of " Observations 

on the reproduction of the Rhizo- 
poda " (transl.). v, 220-222. 



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SCHULTZE, M.— 

(4). Phenomena of internal 

movements in DiatomacejB of the 
North Sea, belonging to the genera 
Coscinodiscus, Dentieella, and 
Rhizosolenia. vii, 13-21, pi. ii. 

(5). On the structure of the 

valve in Diatomacese, as compared 
with certain siliceous pellicles pro- 
duced artificially by the decom- 
position in moist air of fluo-silicio 
acid gas (fluoride of silicum) 
(transl.). iii, 120-134, pi. viii, 
figs. 1-11. 

— — (6). On the structure and phy- 

siology of the retina (transl.). 
vii, 21-34, pis. iii, iv. 
Schultze, M. ; Ueber den Organismus 
der Polythalamien (Poramini- 
feren), nebst Bemerkuugen iiber 
die Rhizopoden in AUgemeinen 
(review), iii (o. s.), 143-152. 

— obituary, xv, 175-178. 
SCHWENDENER, S. (1). On the 

nature of the gonidia of Lichens 
(transl.). xiii, 235-251, pis. ix, x. 

Sciadium, Currey (7). 

SCLATER, W. L. (1). On the early 
stages of the development of a 
South American species of Peri- 
patus. xxviii, 343-363, pi. xxiv. 

Scorpio ; comparison with Limulus, E. 
R. Lankester (51, 55, 57, 61). 

— eyes, E. R. Lankester (55). 

— mouth and pharynx, Huxley (12). 

— skeleto-trophic tissues and coxal 

glands, E. R. Lankester (57). 

Scorzonera, laticiferous vessels, D. H. 
Scott (1). 

SCOTT, D. H. (1). The development 
of articulated laticiferous vessels. 
xxii, 136-153, pi. x. 

(2). On the laticiferous tissue 

of Manihot glaziovii. xxiv, 194- 
204, pi. xvii. 

(3). Note on the laticiferous 

tissue of Hevea spruceana. xxiv, 
205-207. 

SCOTT, W. B. (1), & H. F. OSBORN. 
On some points in the early de- 
velopment of the common Newt. 
xix, 449-475, pis. xx, xxi. 

(2). Preliminary account of 

the development of the Lampreys, 
xxi, 146-153. 

Scrupocellaria, Alder (2), A. M. Nor- 
man (1). 



Scutigera j sense-organ, Heathcote (1). 
Scyllium ; cranial nerves, &c., Marshall 
(3. 4). 

— development of ovary, Balfour (8). 
Sea; colouring of. Palmer (1), R. 

Brown (1), Colliugwood (1), Carter 
(1). 
Sections, methods, &c., M. Foster (1), 
Hawksley (1); x, 294; Moseley 
(2) ; xiv, 182-184, C. H. G. Bird 
(1), Moseley (8), Kidd (3), Power 
(2). Moseley (12), A. G. Bourne 
(2), Sollas (1), xxiv, 648-654. 

— geological, Slade (1). 
SEDGWICK, A. (1). Development of 

the kidney in its relation to the 
Wolffian body in the Chick, xx, 
146-166, pis. xvii, xviii. 

(2). On the development of the 

structure known as the glomeru- 
lus of the head-kidney in the Chick. 
XX, 372-374. 

(3) . On the early development 

of the anterior part of the Wolffian 
duct and body in the Chick, to- 
gether with some remarks on the 
excretory svstem of the Vertebrata. 
xxi, 432-468, pi. xxvi. 

(4). On the origin of meta- 

meric segmentation, and some 
other morphological questions. 
xxiv, 43-82, pis. ii, iii. 

(5). The development of Peri- 

patus capensis. Part I. xxv, 449- 
466, pis. xxxi, xxxii. Part IL 
The segmentation of the ovum and 
formation of the layers, xxvi, 175- 
212, pis. xii-xiv. Part IIL xxvii, 
467-550, pis. xxxiv-xxxvii. Part 
IV. xxviii, 373-396, pis. xxvi-xxix. 

(6). A monograph on the species 

and distribution of the genus Peri- 
patus. xxviii, 431-493, pis. xxxiv- 
xl. 

see BALFOUR (10). 

Segmental duct, see Kidney. 

Segmentation, metameric, Sedgwick 
(4), Caldwell (2), Bateson (4). 

Sepia ; chitin of cartilage, Halliburton 
(!)• . 

Sepiola, viii, 42. 

Seps; pineal eye, W. B, Spencer 
(3). 

Septicaemia, Dowdeswell (3), Roberts 
(2). 

Senatopora, Fowler (1) Parts III and 
IV, Moseley (13). 



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SHADBOLT, G. (1). Hints on the 
subject of collecting objects for 
microscopical examination, i (o. s.), 
17-22. 
— — (2). On the photographic de- 
lineation of microscopic objects by 
artificial illumination, i (o. s.), 
165-170. 

(3). A short description of 

some new forms of Diatomacese 
from Port Natal. (Transactions) 
ii, 13-18, pi. i. 

(4). A defence of the proposed 

new genus " ActiuophiEuia." ii 
(o. s.), 201-203. 

(5). Presidential address, 1857. 

(Transactions) v, 133-145. 

(6). Presidential address, 1858. 

(Transactions) vi, 65-77. 

Sharpey, W., on perforating fibres, 
xviii, 142. 

Shea ; A Manual of Animal Physio- 
logy, for the use of Non-medical 
Students (review), iii, 290-294. 

Sheep-pox, Klein (7) ; xvi, 412, 413 ; 
xiv, 399. 

— epidermis in, Klein (13). 

SHELDON, L. (1). Note on the ciliated 
pit of Ascidiaus, and its relation 
to the nerve-ganglion and so-called 
hypophysial gland, and an account 
of the anatomy of Cynthia rustica 
(?). xxviii, 131-148, pis. ix, x. 

(2). On the development of 

Peripatus novse-zealandiae. xxviii, 
205-237, pis. xii-xvi. 

(3). Notes on the anatomy of 

Peripatus capeusis and Peripatus 
novse-zealandiae. xxviii, 495-499. 

see JOHNSON (3). 

Shell-regeneration in Mollusca, Rainey 
(9). 

Shell-gland, E. R. Lankester (24). 

Shepheardella ; gen. n., Siddall (1). 

SHEPPARD, J. B. (1). On an example 
of the production of a colour pos- 
sessing remarkahle qualities by 
the action of Monads (or some 
other microscopic organism) upon 
organised substances. (Transac- 
tions) XV, 64-71. 

SHIPLEY, A. E. (1). On some points 
in the development of Petromyzon 
tiuviatilis. xxvii, 325-370, pis. 
xxvi-xxix. 



SIDDALL, J. D. (1). On Shepheardella, 
an undescribed type of marine 
Rhizopoda, with a few observa- 
tions on Lieberkiihuia. xx, 130— 
145. 

SIEBOLD, C. T. V. (1). On unicellular 
plants and animals (transl.). i 
(o. s.), 111-121, 195-206. 

(2). On the transformation of 

Cysticercus pisiformis into Tajnia 
serrata (transl.). ii (o. s.), 255- 
263. 

V. Siebold ; On a True Parthenogenesis 
on Moths and Bees, a Contribu- 
tion to the History of Reproduc- 
tion in Animals (review), v (o. s.), 
223-229. 

Silica ; organic, Bailey (7), Leipner 

SIMONDS, J. B. (1). On the occur- 
rence of a membranous cell or 
cyst upon the olfactory nerve of a 
horse containing a large crystal of 
oxalate of lime. (Transactions) i, 
26, 27, pi. iv,'fig. 1. 

Siphonophora, x, 299 ; xv, 79. 

Sipunculus, colouring matter, E, R. 
Lankester (19). 

SLACK, H. J. (1). Microscopical notes. 
i, 132, 133. 

(2). Notes on the vinegar plant. 

(Transactions) xiii, 11-15. 

(3). Description of a diaphragm 

eye- piece for the microscope. 
(Transactions) xv, 1, 2. 

— — (4). On a microscopic ferment 
found in red French wine. (Trans- 
actions) xvi, 35-39. 

see W. C. ROBERTS (1). 

Slack ; Marvels of Pond Life, or a 
Year's Microscopic Recreations 
(review), i, 310-312. 

SLADE, J. (1). Sections of coal, xi, 
284, 285. 

SLADEN, W. P. (1). On the homo- 
logies of the primary larval plates 
in the test of brachiate Echino- 
derms. xxiv, 24-42, pi. i. 

SMITH, E. (1). Microscopic illumiua- 
tiou. viii, 113-145. 

SMITH, H. L. (1). Notes on Diato- 
macese found near Gambia, O. 
(Transactions) viii, 33-35. 

(2). Arcbebiosis and Hetero- 

genesis. xiii, 357-366. 

SMITH J. (1). On a section and a 
mounting instrument. (Trans- 
actions) viii, 1-3, cf. i, 132. 



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SMITH, J.— 

(2). The object cabinet, viii 

(o. s.), 201-203. 

(3). A new polarising stage. 

viii (o. s.), 203, 204. 

(4). The collecting bottle, viii 

(o. s.), 204. 

(5). On a dissecting microscope. 

(Transactions) ix, 10-14. 

(6). On a method of dry mount- 
ing. (Transactions) xiv, 28. 

(7). On a form of leaf- holder 

for the microscope, and a revolving 
slide-holder with selenite stage. 
(Transactions) xiv, 100-102. 

SMITH, W. (1). On the stellate bodies 
occurring in the cells of fresh- 
water Algse. (Transactions) i, 68- 
72, pi. ix, figs. 1-6. 

— — (2). On the determination of 
species in the Diatomacese. iii 
(o. s.), 130-135. 

(3). Notes of a microscopical 

examination of " measled " and 
other pork, v, 4-7, pi. ii. 

SMITH, W. G. (1). The resting spores 
of Peronospora infestans. xv, 
360-363, pis. xix, xx ; cf. xvi, 
103. 

SMITH, W. E. (1). The ammoniacal 
decomposition of urine. xxvii, 
371-377, pi. XXX, figs. 1, 2. 

Smith, W., A Synopsis of the British 
Diatomaceffi (review). i (o. s), 
225-229 ; (review of vol. ii) v 
(o. s.), 160, 161. 

SMITT, F. A. (1). Remarks on Dr. 
Nitsche's researches on Bryozoa. 
xii, 246-248. 
Smitt ; On the Development and Fat 
Corpuscles of the Marine Polyzoa 
(review), vi, 99, 100. 
Snow crystals, Glaisher (1, 2), J. Spencer 

(1), 
SOLLAS, J. (1). An improvement in 

the method of using the freezing 

microtome, xxiv, 163, 164. 
(2). On the development of 

Halisarca lobularis. xxiv, 603- 

621, pi. xxxvii. 
SOLLITT, J. D. (1). On the aperture 

of object-glasses, iii (o. s.), 85, 

86 ; cf. 239-241. 
(2). New achromatic condenser. 

iii (o. s.), 87-89. 
— — (3). On the measurement of 

the stria3 of diatoms, viii (o. s.), 
48-51. 



Somerville, Mary; Molecular and Mi- 
croscopical Science (review), ixj 
409, 410. 

SORBY, H. C. (1). On the colouring 
matters of blue decayed wood, ix, 
43, 44. 

(2). On some technical appli- 
cations of the spectrum microscope, 
ix, 358-383. 

(3). On some compounds de- 
rived from the colouring matter 
of blood. X, 400-402. 

(4). On the colour of leaves at 

different seasons of the year, xi, 
215-234. 

(5). On the colouring matter 

of some Aphides, xi, 353-361. 

— — (6). On the chromatological 

relations of Spongilla fluviatilis. 

XV, 47-52. 
(7). On the colouring matter 

of IBonellia viridis. xv, 166- 

172. 
(8). On the evolution of Hajmo- 

globin. xvi, 76-85. 

— — (9). Relation between the limit 

of the powers of the microscope 
and the ultimate molecules of 
matter, xvi, 225-234. 

Sorospbffira ; gen. n., Brady (3) xix, 
28. 

SPENCER, J. (1). On the similarity 
of form observed in snow crystals 
as compared with those of camphor 
under certain conditions of crys- 
tallization, iv, 201-203, pi. xii. 

SPENCER, J. B. (1). Magnetic stage, 
iii, 173, 174. 

SPENCER, W. B. (1). The urinary 
organs of the Amphipoda. xxv, 
183-191, pi. xlii. 

(2). Some notes on the early 

development of Rana temporaria. 
xxv supplement, 123-137, pi. x. 

(3). On the presence and struc- 
ture of the pineal eye in Lacertilia. 
xxvii, 165-238, pis. xiv-xx. 

see MARSHALL, A. M. (4). 

Spengel's organ, E. R. Lankester (56). 

Spermatogenesis, Blomfield (4), Herb. 
H. Brown (1); vi, 89; viii, 27. 

Spermatophors in Oligochseta, E. R. 
Lankester (10, 13). 

Spermatozoa in Torrea vitrea, Quatre- 
fages (1). 

— of Helix and Rana, Blomfield (1) 

Part II. 

— of Lumbricus, Blomfield (1) Part I. 



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SPE— STR 



Spermatozoa — 

— of Triton, Dowdeswell (4). 

— of Vertobrata, Gibbes (1, 3). 

— under reagents, KoUiker (6, 7), 

Moleschott (1). 
Sphseraphides, GruUiver (4). 
Sphaerastrum, Archer (25) xvi, 356. 
Sphffiria, Currey (3, 8). 
Spbjeiidia (Echinoidea), Ayers (1). 
Spliairozoum, J. MuUer (1), Mac- 

donald (1). 
Spheuotrochus, Fowler (1) Part IV. 
Spinal nerves; development, Paterson 

(1). 
Spiralaria ; gen. n., i, 15. 
Spiral vessels, Currey (2). 
Spirifer, vii, 148. 
Spirillina, Brady (3) xix, 277. 
Spirotajnia ; 2 sp. n.. Archer (5, 11, 

14). 
Spleen; structure, Klein (8), Huxley 

(5). 
Spondylus; eye, Hickson (2). 
Spongilla ; chlorophyll of, Sorby (6), 

E. R. Lankester (25, 53). 

— anatomy, &c., Lieberkuhn (1, 2). 
Spumella, Biitschli (1). 

Stack; A Popular History of British 
Mosses (review), iii (o. s.), 156. 

Stains, Abbey (1), Beale (15) ; x, 293, 
294; Moseley (1); xii, 160, 161; 
xiii, 427; W. H. Jackson (1), 
Baber (1), B. W. Richardson (4) ; 
xiv, 285-287; Poole (1), Sankey 
(1), Harris (3), Hankin (1), W. B. 
Lewis (1). 

Stanhoscope, Barkas (4). 

Starch ; adulteration of tobacco, ix, 
76, 77. 

— granule. Busk (2) ; iv (o. s.), 85 ; 

Schimper (1), Rainey (8), AUman 
(1), Criiger (1). 

— in blood of epileptic, Stratford (1). 
Starvation ; histology of, D. D. Cun- 
ningham (1). 

Statoblasts, Hincks (7). 

Staurastrum ; 2 sp. n., Archer (1) ; 

Archer (5). 
Steganosporiura, Currey (3). 
Stein ; Die Inf usionstiere auf ihre 

EntwickeluDgs-Geschichte unter- 

sucht (review). ii (o. s.), 272- 

276. 
Stenogramma, E. P. Wright (3). 
Stentor; colouring matters, E. R. 

Lankester (19), Sallitt (1). 
Stephanaria, Fowler (1) Part IV. 
Stephanopbyllia, Fowler (1) Part IV. 



Stephanops, Tatem (1). 

Stephanosphaera, Archer (9), Currey 
(6). 

Steplianotrochus; supposed calicoblasts. 
Fowler (1) Part IV. 

STEWART, C. (1). On a new Sponge, 
Tethyopsis columnifer. x, 281, 
282, pi. xviii. 

(2). On the minute structure 

of certain hard parts of the genus 
Cidaris. xi, 51-55, pi. iv. 

STIRLING, W. (1). Action of fresh 
cholera-injections upon animals, 
xiv, 282, 283. 

(2). On the changes produced 

in the lungs by the embryos of 
Ollulanus tricuspis. xvii, 145- 
151, pi. xi. 

STODDART, "W. W. (1). On micro- 
geology, ii, 147-152. 

STODDER, C. (1). Report on slides 
of Diatomacese. (Transactions) 
ix, 25-28. 

(2). Nobert's test- plate and 

modern microscopes, viii, 131- 
138. 

STOKES, T. G. (1). Hints on the 
mounting of Diatomaceae. ii, 229. 

(2). Polycystina o£E the Ork- 
neys, ii, 307. 

(3). Mr. Goddard's mounting- 
table, iv, 296 ; cf. v, 66. 

(4). On cleaning diatoms, vii, 

222, 223. 

(5). Some remarks on Dr. 

Donkin's recent paper on Diato- 
maceae. ix, 401, 402. 

Stomach, gland-cells, xi, 200. 

Strasburger ; Ueber den Ban und 
Wachsthum der Zellbaute (re- 
view by H. M. Ward), xxii, 401- 
416. 

STRATFORD, S. J. (1). On the pre- 
sence of starch in the blood of an 
epileptic patient, iii (o. s.), 168- 
171. 

Strebla, Giglioli (2). 

Striated muscle, see Muscle. 

Strieker ; Manual of Histology (re- 
view), xiii, 187-193 ; (review of 
3rd vol.) ; xv, 57, 58. 

STRICKER, S. (1). On the present 
state of our knowledge of inflam- 
mation (transl.). x, 242-251. 

(2). On cell division in inflamed 

tissues (transl.). x, 251, 252. 

(3). On inflammation and sup- 
puration (transl.). x, 257-264. 



STR THI 



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STRICKER, S.— 

(4), & J. BURDON SANDERSON. 

On a new method of studying the 
capillary circulation in Mammals. 
X, 362-367. 

Strigula on tea-plant, Berkeley (4). 

Stylochus, Moseley (10). 

SUFFOLK, W. T. (1). Blood-corpuscles. 
i, 220. 

(2). Arachnoidiscus. v, 286. 

SULLIVANT, W. S. (1), & T. G. WORM- 
LEY. On Nobert's test-plate and 
the strise of diatoms, i, 112-117. 

Suprarenal bodies; development in 
Mammalia, Mitsukuri (2). 

— Vertebrata, Weldon (2, 3). 

Surirella ; sp. n., ix, 162 ; Greville (3). 

Suspensor; homologies, Vines (3). 

Sweat-glands; histology, Sangster (1). 

Syllis ; gizzard, Haswell (1). 

Sympathetic system, histology, vii, 154. 

Synapta ; development, Wy ville Thom- 
son (2); Herapath (3), E. R. Lan- 
kester (6). 

Syngnathus; osteology, &c., McMurrich 
(1). 



Tactile corpuscles, Huxley (4) . 
Taenia mediocanellata, Welch (1). 

— serrata, v. Siebold (2). 

— see also Cysticercus. 

Talltrus ; urinary organs, W. B. Spen- 
cer (1). 

Talpa ; development and ovum, Heape 
(1, 2, 3). 

Taraxacum, laticiferous vessels, D. H. 
Scott (1). 

Taste-bulbs; origin of, Poulton (1, 2), 
Tuckerman (1). 

TATEM, T. G. (1). New species of 
microscopical animals, vii, 251- 
253, pi. X, figs. 1-3. 

(2). On a new species of micro- 
scopic animals. (Transactions) 
xvi, 31-33, pi. vi. 

Tatusia; teeth, C. S. Tomes (3). 

Taylor ; Principles and Practice of 
Medical Jurisprudence (review). 
xi, 69-77. 

TAYLOR, R. (1). Diatom-finder, viii 
(o. s.), 62. 

Teeth ; causes of decay, xiv, 283, 284. 

— development in Tatusia, &c., C. S. 

Tomes (3). 

6 



Teeth— 

— development and structure, Huxley 

(3) (7), J. Tomes (1), C. S. Tomes 
(2, 4), RoUeston (2), Rainey (7). 

— hinged, of Esox, C. S. Tomes (5). 

— Nasmyth's membrane, C. S. Tomes 

(2). 

— pulp, viii, 94, 95, pi. ii, figs. 1-3. 

— structure, Salter (1). 

— shedding, &c., J. Tomes (1). 
Teleostei ; development, van Beneden 

(7), Kleiu (10), J. T. Cunningham 
(5). 

— ovarian ovum, ScharfE (3), Ransom 

— olfactory organ, A. M. Marshall (2). 

— orifices in head, Houghton (5). 

— physiol. experiment, Mcintosh (3). 

— teeth, Esox, C. S. Tomes (5). 

— Syngnathus, osteology and develop- 

ment, McMurrich (1). 

— KupfEer's vesicle, J. T. Cunning- 

ham (3). 

— labyrinthic apparatus, Zograff (1). 

— tail and jaws, Huxley (11). 

— origin of hypoblast, Brook (1). 

— so-called pro-nephros, Balfour (18). 
Temnocephala, Haswell (2). 
Tendons, Ranvier (1), Bruce (1) ; xii, 

179. 
Tennysonia ; gen. n., vii, 242. 
Terebriporidse, vi, 157. 
Tetanus, pathology, v, 56. 
Tethyopsis, Stewart (1). 
Tetrachastrum ; gen. n.. Archer (1). 
Tetrapedia, Archer (17). 
Tetrastemma ; vascular and nephridial 

systems, Oudemans f 1). 
Textularia, Brady (3) xxi, 53. 
Thalassicolla, J. Miiller (1), Macdonald 

(1). 
Thallophyta; in hot springs, Edwards 
(6). 

— reproduction, ix, 162 ; Dyer (5) ; 

xvii, 175-185. 

— see Alga3, Fungi, Bacteria, Lichens, 

Schizophyta, Fucaceae, &c. 

Thamnidium, van Tieghem (1). 

Thaumantias ; sp. n., Cobbold (3) j T. 
S. Wright (3). 

THIN, G. (1). On the structure of 
hyaline cartilage, xvi, 1-22, pis. 
i, ii. 

(2). On the formation of blood- 
vessels, as observed in the omentum 
of young rabbits, xvi, 241-251, 
pi. XV, figs. 1-5. 



6Q 



THI — TRI 



THIN, Q.— 

(3). On the structure of mus- 
cular fibre, xvi, 251-259, pi. xv, 
figs. 6-14. 

THOMAS, A. P. (1). The life-history 
of the liver-fluke (Fasciola hepa- 
tica). xxiii, 99-133, pis. ii, iii. 

THOMAS, MRS. H. (1). Observations 
on Cosmarium margaritiferum and 
other Desmideffi. (Ti-ansactions) 
iii, 33-37, pi. V. 

THOMAS, R. (1). On the crystalliza- 
tion of the sulphates of iron, co- 
balt, and nickel. (Transactions) 
XV, 19, 20. 

Thompson; Lettsomian Lectures on 
Pulmonary Consumption (review), 
iii (o. s.), 227-229. 

THOMSON, A. (1). Recent researches 
on Oogenesis, xxvi, 591-606. 

THOMSON, C. "W. (1). On the em- 
bryology of Asteracanthion vio- 
laceus. i, 99-108, pi. vii. 

(2). On the development of 

Synapta inhserens, 0. F. Mxiller 
(sp.). ii, 131-146, pi. V, vi. 

THUDICHUM, J. L. W. (1). On a case 
of green pigment-degeneration of 
the heart, iv (o. s.), 111-116, pi. 
ix, figs. 1-5. 

Thurammina ; gen. n., Brady (3) xix, 
45. 

Thymus ; concentric bodies, xviii, 195. 

Thyroid gland ; of Canis, Baber (2). 

Thysanozoon; larva, Moseley (10). 

Thvsanura, Lubbock (1). 

TIEGHEM, P. van (1), & Le MONNIER. 
Researches on the Mucorini 
(transl.). xiv, 49-76, pis. iii, iv. 

Tigridia ; reproduction, Duncan (1), 

Todea ; apex of root. Bower (7). 

TOMES, C. S. (1). An account of a 
Trichopterous larva, vii, 248-251, 
pi. ix. 

(2). On the nature of the 

cuticula deutis (Nasmyth's mem- 
brane), xii, 321-326, pi. xvii. 

— — (3). On the existence of an 
enamel organ in an Armadillo, 
xiv, 44-48, pi. ii. 

(4). On the development of 

teeth, xvi, 40-50, pis. iv, v. 

(5). On the hinged teeth of 

the common Pike, xviii, 1-6, pi. i. 

TOMES, J. (1). On certain conditions 
of the dental tissues, iv (o. s.), 
97-104, pi. vi, and 213-220, pi. 

XV. 



TOMKINS, J. N. (1). A new magnetic 
stage. V (o. s.), 237, 238. 

(2). On a new diatom-finder. 

(Transactions) vii, 57, 58. 

(3). On a travelling microscope. 

(Transactions) xv, 20-22. 

Tongue; Hyla, Beale (16). 

— Marsupialia, Poulton (1). 

— Mephitis, Tuckerman (1). 
Torquatella ; gen. n., E. R. Lankester 

Torrea; spermatozoa, de Quatrefages 

Torula, Huxley (14), Bennett (2). 

— pink variety, Klein (27). 
Tow-net, Owen (1). 
Toxonidea, Barkas (5), Donkin (2). 
Tracheae ; origin of, Sedgwick (4). 
Tragopogon, laticiferous vessels, D. H. 

Scott (1). 

Transactions of the Pathological So- 
ciety of London (review), ii (o. s.), 
195-197 ; (review of vol. vi) iv 
(o. s.), 293-298. 

Trematoda ; calcareous corpuscles, Cla- 
jjarede (1). 

— in Carcinus, M'Intosh (1). 

— Gyrodactylus, Wagener (1), Cob- 

bold (5). 

— in haddock, Maddox (7). 

— in elephant, Cobbold (6). 

— Nematobothrium, v. Beneden (2). 

— liver-fluke, A. P. Thomas (1). 

— Temnocephala, Haswell (2). 
Trepomonas, Biitschli (1). 
Triarthra, Slack (1). 
Trieeratium, Brightwell (6), Wallich 

(2), Roper (2, 5). 

— synopsis of species, Brightwell (1, 

3). 
Trichia; spiral vessels, Cun-ey (2, 5). 
Trichina, Leuckart (3), Virchow (6), 

T. R. Lewis (3). 
Trichocysts; Infusoria, Allman (3). 

— Mollusca, Bergh (1), T. S. Wright 

(5). 

— Turbellaria, Moseley (11). 

— Myxine, Blomfield (3). 
Trichodesmium erythraeum, Dareste 

(1), Carter (1), Collingwood (1). 
Trichodina, vi, 159. 
Trichydra, T. S. Wright (4). 
Tricuspidaria ; calcareous coi'puscles, 

Cobbold (4). 
Trigaster; gen. n., Benham (1) Part 

XL 
Trlgla, development, J. T. Cunningham 

(5). 



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Trionyx ; early development^ Mitsukuri 

(3). 
Tritaxia, Brady (3) xxi, 55. 
Triticum ; cell-formation and early 

stages, Osborne (3). 
Triton ; development, W. B. Scott (1) 

Johnson (2, 3). 

— egg-formation, Iwakawa (1). 

— spermatozoon, Gibbes (6), Dowdes- 

well (4). 
Trochammina, Brady (3) xix, 54 and 

xxi, 52. 
Trocheta, A. G. Bourne (6). 
Trochosphere theory, E. Ray Lankester 

(34), Balfour (17). 

— see MoUusca, development. 
Troglodytes, Archer (25) xvii, 331. 
Trophonia; cardiac body, J. T. Cun- 
ningham (8). 

Truncatulina, Brady (3) xxi, 65. 
Trypanosoma, see Undulina. 
Tubifex ; spermatophors, E. R, Lan- 
kester (13). 
Tubipora, Moseley (13), Hickson (3). 
Tubularia ; development, Mummery 

(1). 

TUCKER, E. (1). Mode of growth of 
parasitic fungi, ii (o. s.), 204. 

TUCKERMAN, F. (1). The tongue 
and gustatory organs of Mephitis 
mephitica. xxviii, 149-167, pi. 
xi. 

TULASNE, L. B. (1). On the germina- 
tion of the spores of the Uredineae 
(transl.). ii (o. s.), 110, 111, 

TULK, J. A, (1). On cleaning and pre- 
paring diatoms. (Transactions) 
xi, 4-8. 

Turacin, viii, 102. 

Turbellaria — 

— pelagic, Moseley (10). 

— terrestrial, Moseley (11). 

— chlorophyll, E. R. Lankester (39). 

— relation to Dinophilus, Weldon (4). 
Turbinaria, Fowler (1) Part IIL 
TURNER, W. (1). On the employ- 
ment of transparent injections in 
the examination of the minute 
structure of the human pancreas, 
viii (o. s,), 147-150, pi. x, figs. 1-4. 

(2). Further observations on 

the structure of nerve-fibre, viii 

(o. s.), 150-152. 

see LISTER (4). 

YRREL, J. (1). The finder, i (o. s.), 

234. 
(2). Feet and wings of insects. 

ii (o. s.), 230, 231. 



TYSON, J. (1). Note on the distribu- 
tion of nerves to the vessels of 
the connective tissue in the hilus 
of the pig's kidney, and on the 
ganglia found in connection with 
these nerves, x, 41-46. 

Tyson ; The Cell Doctrine, its History 
and Present State (review), x, 
188, 189. 



U. 



Umbelliferse; venation, Gorham (5). 
Umbilical cord; histology, Koester 

(1). 
Undulina, E. R. Lankester (16) ; xxii, 

65. 
Unger ; Botanical Letters to a Friend 

(review), ii (o. s.), 123-126. 
Uredineae; spore-germination, Tulasne 

(1) ; Plowright (1) ; see also 

Fungi, &c. 
Urine ; ammoniacal decomposition, W. 

R. Smith (1). 
— microscopic examination, Beale (2) ; 

xii, 171, 172. 
Urobenus ; gen. n., Benham (1) Part 

II. 
Urochorda, see Ascidiacea and Appen- 

dicularidae. 
Uroglena, Biitschli (1). 
Uromyces, Plowright (1). 
Uvella, Biitschli (1). 
Uvigerina, Brady (3) xix, 273 and xxi, 

64. 



V. 



Vaginicola, Slack (1), Mitchell (4), C. 
J. Miiller (1). 

— chlorophyll in, Sallitt (1). 

Vaginulina, Brady (3) xxi, 63. 

Valeucinia ; vascular and uephridial 
systems, Oudemans (1). 

VALLENTIN, R. (1), & J. T. CUN- 
NINGHAM. The photospheria of 
Nyctiphanes norvegica. xxviii, 
319-341, pi. xxiii. 

Vallisneria, cyclosis. Hunt (1). 

Vampyrella, Archer (25) xvii, 347. 

Vanlair and Masius; Microcythsemia ; a 
Morbid Condition of the Blood 
hitherto undescribed (review), 
xii, 296-300. 

Varanus; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer 
(3). 



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Varenne, He ; Sur rorigine des sper- 
inatozoides clicz les Hydraires 
(review by A. G. Bourne), xxiii, 
617-622. 

" Vascular eflands," Huxley (5) ; ii 
(o. s.), SI. 

Velella, colouring matters, E. R. Lan- 
kcster (19). 

Veliger, see Mollusca, development. 

VELLA, L., see ERCOLANI (1). 

VERRIER, — see A. POUCHET (1). 

Vertebrata — 

— blood-corpuscles, Dowdeswell (2). 

— morphology and early development, 

Balfour (5), E. R. Lankester 
(28). 

— olfactory organ, A. M. Marshall 

(2). 

— ovary, Balfour (8). 

— spermatozoa, Gibbes (1, 3). 

— ancestry, Hubrecht (5, 7), Sedg- 

wick (4), Beard (1), Bateson (4), 
J. T. Cunningham (3, 7). 

— and Capitellidae, xix, 115 ; Beard 

— nephros, &c., Balfour (10), Sedg- 

wick (3) ; see also Kidney, Pro- 
nephros, Suprarenal bodies. 

— cranial nerves and segmentation, 

A. M. Marshall (2, 3, 4), Beard 
(1) ; see also Visceral clefts. 

— theory of embryonic formation, 

Whitman (2). 

— and Ascidiacea, x, 59. 

— malar, quadrate, &c., Dollo (1), G. 

Baur (3). 

— see Mammalia, &c. 
Vibracula, Busk (4). 
Vibriones, Ay res (2). 
Victorella, Kent (1). 

Victoria regia ; leaf, Lawson (3). 

Vinegar plant, Henfrey (2), Slack (2). 

VINES, S. H. (1). Some recent views 
as to the composition of the fibro- 
vascular bundles of plants, xvi, 
388-398, pi. xxvii. 

(2). An account of Professor 

Strasburger's observations on pro- 
toplasm, xvii, 124-132, pi. ix. 

— — (3). On the homologies of the 

suspensor. xvlii, 58-67, pi. v. 
(4). Recent researches into the 

nature of Lichens, xviii, 144-157. 
(5). The reproduction of 

Lichens, and the sexuality of the 

Ascomycetes. xviii, 438-445, pi. 

XX, 



VIRCHOW, R. (1). On a substance 
presenting the chemical reaction 
of cellulose, found in the brain and 
spinal cord of man (transl.). ii 
(o. s.), 101-108. 

(2). On the irritability of 

ciliated cells (transl.). ii (o. 8.), 
108-110. 

(3). On chromatophores in the 

Frog (transl.). ii (o. s.), 254, 255. 

(4). On the cellulose (in animals) 

question (transl). ili (o. s.), 284- 
289. 

(5). On the course of the amy- 
loid degeneration (transl.). iv 
(o. s.), 135-142. 

(6). Note on Trichina spiralis 

(transl.). i, 44-47. 

Visceral clefts, Marshall (2) ; origin, 
Sedgwick (4) ; McMurrich (1), 
Huxley (11), Beard (1). 

Vivisection ; methods, Caton (1), Strie- 
ker (4). 

VOGT, C. (1). Loxosoma (transl.). 
xvii, 354-376, pi. xxii. 

Volvox ; structure and development. 
Busk (1) ; Williamson (1), Cohn 
(2), Hicks (1, 4, 5). 

Vortex ; chlorophyll, M. Schultze (1). 

Vorticella ; chlorophyll, Sallitt (1). 

— contractile vacuole, Griffiths (1). 

— stem, Mecznikow (1). 
Vorticlava, T. S. Wright (4). 



W. 

WAGENER, G. R. (1). On Gyrodactylus 
elegans, Nordmann (transl.). i, 
196-212. 

WALDSTEIN, L. (1). A contribution 
to the biology of Bacteria, xx, 
190-201. 

WALKER- ARNOTT, G. A. (1). Note 
on Camplyodiscus Hodgsonii. 
(Transactions) vi, 85-87. 

(2). On Rhabdonema and a 

new allied genus, vi (o. s.), 87- 
93. 

— — (3). On Arachnoidiscus. vi 
(o. s.), 159-165. 

(4). On the structure of Am- 
phora, a genus of Diatomacese, 
and the diagnosis of its species, 
vi (o. s.), 184-186. 

(5). Notes on Arachnoidiscus, 

Pleurosigma, Amphiprora, Eunotia, 
and Amphora, vi (o. s.), 195-206 



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WALKER-ARNOTT, G. A.— 

(6). What are Marine Dia- 
toms ? vii (o. s.), 170-178. 

(7). Bermuda Tripoli. vii 

(o. s.), 254. 

(8). On Cyelotella. viii (o. s.), 

244-248. 

WALLICH, G. C. (1). On microscopic 
objects collected in India, &c. 
(Transactions) vi, 81-85. 

(2). On Triceratiura and some 

new allied forms, vi (o. s.), 242- 
253, pis. xii, xiii. 

— — (3). On apparatus for dredging 
at moderate depths in the deep 
sea, and for capturing floating ob- 
jects from shipboard, vii (o. s.), 
1-4. 

(4). On the siliceous organisms 

found in the digestive cavities of 
the Salpse, and their relation to 
the flint nodules of the chalk for- 
mation. (Transactions) viii, 36- 
55, pi. ii. 

(5). On the development and 

structure of the diatom valve. 
(Transactions) viii, 129-145. 

(6). Registration of objects. 

viii (o. 8.), 136, 137. 

(7). On the structure and af- 
finities of the Polycystina. (Trans- 
actions) xiii, 75-84. 

(8). CoccolithsandCoccospheres. 

ix, 77, 78. 

Wallich ; Notes on the Presence of 
Animal Life at Vast Depths in the 
Sea, with Observations on the 
Nature of the Sea-bed as bearing 
on Submarine Telegraphs (review), 
i, 56-58. 

Wallich ; On an Undescribed Form of 
Amoeba (review), iii, 194-197. 

"WARD, H. M. (1). On the embryo-sac 
and development of Gymnadeuia 
conopsea. xx, 1-18, pis. i-iii. 

(2). On the morphology of 

Hemileia vastatrix, the fungus of 
the coffee disease of Ceylon, xxii, 
1-11, pis. i-iii. 

(3). Researches on the morpho- 
logy and life-history of a tropical 
pyrenomycetous fungus. xxii, 
347-354, pis. xxviii, xxix. 

(4). Observations on Sapro- 

legnise. xxiii, 271-294, pi. xxii. 

(5). Observations on the genus 

Pythium. xxiii, 485-515, pis. 
xxxiv-xxxvl. 



WARD, H. M.— 

(6). On the sexuality of the 

Fungi, xxiv, 262-310. 

— — (7). Illustrations of the struc- 
ture and life-history of Phytoph- 
thora infestans, the fungus causing 
the potato disease, xxvii, 413- 
425, pis. xxxi, xxxii. 

Ward ; Microscope Teachings : Descrip- 
tions of Various Objects of Especial 
Interest and Beauty, adapted for 
Microscopic Observations, &c. (re- 
view), iv, 140, 141. 

WARINGTON, R. (1). On a new form 
of microscope, iv (o. s.), 90-96. 

(2). A description of some use- 
ful additions to his portable micro- 
scope, and modifications in the 
mode of using the same. (Trans- 
actions) vii, 58-61. 

WATNEY, H. (1). The minute ana- 
tomy of the alimentary canal, xvii, 
213-220, pi. XV. 

"WEBB, W. (1). On the Noctiluca 
miliaris. iii (o. s.), 102-106, pi. 
vi, figs. 6-10. 

(2). On striated muscular fibres 

in the skin of the human lip. v 
(o. s.), 89, pi. vii, fig. 16. 

(3). Notes of the microscopical 

examination of a loose cartilage 
from the knee-joint, vii (o. s.), 
11-13. 

WEDDEL, H. A. (1). On the cy^tolites 
or (calcareous concretions in the 
Urticacete and other plants(tran8l.) . 
iv (o. s.), 80-83. 

Wedl ; Rudiments of Pathological 
Histology, translated and edited 
by G. Busk (review), iv (o. s.), 
225-227. 

Weismann ; Observations sur les Cel- 
lules Sexuelles des Hydroides (re- 
view by A. G. Bourne), xxiii, 617- 
622. 

WEISSE, J. F. (1). On the develop- 
ment of the eggs of Floscularia 
ornata (transl.). iv, 279-281. 

WELCH, F. H. (1). Observations on 
the anatomy of Tania mediocanel- 
lata. XV, 1-23, pis. i, ii. 

WELCKER, H. (1). On the measure- 
ment of the vertical thickness of 
microscopic objects, and on the 
determination of the chemical pro- 
perties from their refractive power 
(transl.). vii (o. s.), 240-247. 



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WELCKER, H.— 

(2). On the distinj^uishing of 

elevations and depressions under 
the microscope (transl.). viii (o. s.), 
52-55. 

(3). On sarcina, and especially 

on its occurrence in the urine of 
man (transl.). viii (o. s.), 163- 
167. 

WELDON, W. F. R. (1). Note on the 
early development of Lacerta 
muralis. xxiii, 134-144, pis. iv- 
vi, 

(2). On the head-kidney of 

Bdellostoma, with a suggestion as 
to the origin of the suprarenal 
bodies, xxiv, 171-181, pi. xv. 

(3). On the suprarenal bodies 

of Vertebra ta. xxv, 137-150, pis. 
xi, xii. 

(4). On Dinophilus gigas. xxvii, 

109-121, pi. X. 

Welwitschia ; development, Bower (2, 
3,8). 

WENHAM, F. H. (1). On the applica- 
tion of binocular vision to the 
microscope. (Transactions) ii, 1- 
13. 

(2). Binocular microscope, ii, 

(o. s.), 132-134. 

(3). On measuring the aperture 

of object-glasses, and remarks on 
their adjustment, ii (o. s.), 134- 
139. 

(4). On the theory of the illu- 
mination of objects under the 
microscope, with relation to the 
aperture of the object-glass and 
properties of light, with practical 
methods for special differences of 
texture and colour, ii (o. s.), 145- 
158. 

(5). On the aperture of object- 
glasses, ii (o. s.), 209-218. 

— — (6). Some remarks on obtaining 
photographs of microscopic objects, 
and on the coincidence of the 
chemical and visual foci of the 
object-glasses. (Transactions) iii, 
1-7. 

(7). Illumination of microscopic 

objects, iii (o. s.), 86, 87. 

(8). Aperture of object-glasses. 

iii (o. s.), 160-163. 

(9). Metallic impressions of 

microscopic objects. iii (o. s.), 
244-246. 



WENHAM, F. H.— 

(10) • Observations on the cir- 
culation of the sap in the leaf 
cells of Anacbaris alsinastrum. iii 
(o. s.), 277-283. 

(11). Aperture of object-glasses 

in relation to objects in Canada 
balsam, iii (o. s.), 302-304. 

(12). On the formation and 

development of the vegetable cell. 
(Transactions) iv, 1-10, pi. i ; cf. 
(Transactions) iv, 60-66. 

(13). On a method of illuminat- 
ing opaque objects under the 
highest powers of the microscope. 
(Transactions) iv, 55-60. 

(14). Notes and observations 

on the sap-circulation of plants. 
iv (o. s.), 44-50. 

(15). Aperture of object-glasses. 

iv(o.8.), 85-87; cf. iv (o. s.), 239, 
240. 

(16)' Cilia in unicellular plants. 

iv (o. s.), 157-160. 

(17). Mr. Warington's portable 

aquarium microscope, vii (o. s.), 
199, 200. 

(18). Substitute for the rack- 

and-pinion movement of micro- 
scopes, vii (o. s.), 201. 

(19)- On an improved binocular 

microscope. (Transactions) viii, 
154-156. 

(20). Remarks on the binocular 

microscope, i, 109-111 ; and i, 
136, 137. 

— — (21). On a new combined bi- 

nocular and single microscope. 
(Transactions) ix, 15-19. 

(22). Micro-stereographs, iii, 

77, 78. 

(23). Sunlight illumination of 

diatoms, iii, 299, 300. 

(24). Notes on the fracture of 

polished glass surfaces. (Trans- 
actions) xiii, 105-107. 

— — (25). Light reflected from 

transparent surfaces, vi, 167, 168. 

(26). On a binocular micro- 
scope for high powers. (Trans- 
actions) xiv, 103-106. 

West ; Half-hours with the Microscope, 
being a Popular Guide to the Use 
of the Microscope as a means of 
Amusement and Instruction (re- 
view), vii (o. s.), 195-198. 



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WEST, T. (1). On the structure of 
Rhabdonema and other Diatoma- 
ceae with compound frustules. vi 
(o. s.), 186-188. 

(2). On some conditions of the 

cell-wall in the petals of flowers, 
with remarks on some so-called 
external secondary deposits, vii 
(o. s.), 22-26, pi. i. 

(3). Remarks on some Diato- 

macea;, new or imperfectly de- 
scribed, and a new Desraid. 
(Transactions) viii, 147-153, pi. 
vii. 

(4), On the structure of the 

egg in Scatophaga. (Transac- 
tions) xiv, 67, 68, pi. vii, figs. 1-7. 

(5). Description of the skin cast 

by an Ephemeron, in its " pseud- 
imago " condition. (Transactions) 
xiv, 69, 70, pi. vii, figs. 8-11. 

WESTERN, J. (1). The circulation in 
aqueous plants, iv (o. s.), 84. 

WESTON, J. (1). On the Actinophrys 
sol. iv (o. s.), 116-123, pi. ix, 
figs. 3-7. 

WHEATSTONE, C. (1). On the bino- 
cular microscope, and on stereo- 
scopic pictures of microscopic 
objects. (Transactions) i, 99- 
102. 

WHITE, T. C. (1). On colouring Ani- 
malcules, ii (o. s.), 282. 

WHITMAN, C. 0. (1). The embryology 
of Clepsine. xviii, 215-315, pis. 
xii-xv. 

(2). A rare form of the blasto- 
derm of the Chick, xxiii, 376- 
398, pis. xxiv, XXV. 

(3). The Leeches of Japan. 

xxvi, 317-416, pis. xvii-xxi. 

Whitman ; Methods of Research in 
Microscopical Anatomy and Em- 
bryology (review), xxvi, 507. 

WHITNEY, W. U. (1). On the circu- 
lation in the Tadpole. (Transac- 
tions) X, 1-9, pi. i. 

(2). On the changes which 

accompany the metamorphosis of 
the Tadpole, in reference especially 
to the respiratory and sanguini- 
ferous systems. (Transactions) 
XV, 43-54, pis. iii, iv. 

Whooping-cough ; fungi, xi, 197. 

WILLEMOES-SUHM, R. v. (1). On a 
Crustacean larva, at one time sup- 
posed to be the larva of Limulus. 
xxiii, 145-150, pi. vii. 



WILLIAMS, J. (1). Some account of 
the Martin microscope, purchased 
for the Society at the sale of the 
late Professor Quekett's effects. 
(Transactions) x, 31-41. 

(2). A few words more on 

Benjamin Martin. (Transactions) 
xi, 1-4. 
Williamson ; On the Recent Foramini- 
fera of Great Britain (review), 
vii (o. s.), 104-107. 
WILLIAMSON, W. C. (1). Further 
elucidations of the structure of 
Volvox globator. (Transactions) i, 
45, 46, pi. vi. 

(2). On the minute structure 

of a species of Faujasina. (Trans- 
actions) i, 87-92, pi. X. 

(3). On the anatomy of Meli- 

certa ringens. i (o. s.), 3-8, pi. i, 
figs. 14-34 ; i (o. s.), 65-71, pi. ii, 
fig. 28. 
(4). On some histological fea- 
tures in the shells of the Crustacea, 
viii (o. s), 35-47, pi. iii. 
WILSON, E. B. (1). The origin and 
significance of the metamorphosis 
of Actinotrocha. xxi, 202-218, 
pis. xiv, XV. 
WILSON, H. (1). Note on Vorticella. 

V (o. s.), 17. 
WITTROCK, V. B. (1). The fresh- 
water Algae of Gotland and (iland, 
with an enumeration of the species, 
and remarks (transl.). xiii, 117- 
139. 
Wood ; Common Objects of the Micro 

scope (review), i, 314. 
WOOD, H. C. (1). Notes on some Alga; 
from a Californiau hot spring, 
viii, 250-254. 
WOODWARD, J. J. (1). On micro- 
photography with high powers, 
vi, 164-167. 
(2). On monochromatic illu- 
mination, vii, 253-255, pi. x, 
fig. 1. 
(3). Remarks on the new nine- 
teen-band test-plate of Nobert. 
viii, 225-282. 

(4). Report on certain points 

connected with the histology of 
minute blood-vessels, x, 380-393. 
WONFOR, T. W. (1). On certain but- 
terfly scales characteristic of sex, 
viii, 80-83, pi. i ; and ix, 19-22, 
pi. v. 
WORMLEY, T. G. See SULLIVANT (1). 



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WRIGHT, E. G. (1). Finder, i (o. s.), 
301, 302. 

WRIGHT, E. P. (1). On a new genus 
of Alcyonidaj. v, 213-217, pi. 
ix. 

(2). Notes on Sponges. 1. On 

Hyalonema mirabilis. 2. On Aph- 
rocallistes bocagei, sp. nov. 3. On 
a new genus and species of deep- 
sea Sponge. X, 1-9, pis. i-iii. 

(3). Note on Stenogramma 

interrupta. xvi, 67-69. 

WRIGHT, T. G. (1). Structure of 
Closterium. iii (o. s.), 171, 172. 

(2), New mode of illumination. 

iii (o. s.), 236, 237. 

WRIGHT, T. S. (1). On Opliryodendron 
abietinum. i, 98, 99, pi. vi. 

— — (2). Observations on British 

Protozoa, ii, 217-221, pis. viii, 
ix. 

(3). On the reproduction of 

Thaumantias inconspicua. ii, 221, 
222 ; cf. ii, 308. 

(4). Observations on British 

Zoophytes, iii, 45-52, pi. iv-vi. 

(5). On the urticating filaments 

of the Eolidffi. iii, 52-55. 

WYMAN, J. (1). Experiments on the 
formation of Infusoria in boiled 
solutions of organic matter, en- 
closed in hei-metically-sealed ves- 
sels, and supplied with pure air. 
iii, 109-119. 

Wythes j Curiosities of the Microscope 
(review), i (o. s.), 138. 

— The Microscopist, or a Complete 

Manual on the Use of the Micros- 
cope (review), i (o. s.), 51-53. 
Wyville-Thomsonia, Wright (2). 



Xanthine, B. W. Richardson (3). 
Xenodochus, Currey (5). 



Yeast, see Torula. 

Yoldia, gills, Mitsukuri (1). 



Z. 



ZENKER, W. (1). Physiological re- 
marks on the Daphnidaj (transl.). 
i (o. s.), 273-278. 

(2). Contributions to the natural 

history of the Infusoria (transl.). 
vii, 263-270. 
Ziphius, E. R. Lankester (5). 
ZOGRAFF, N. (1). On the construction 
and purpose of the so-called laby- 
rinthine apparatus of the Laby- 
rinthic Fishes, xxviii, 501-512, 
pi. xli. 
Zoochlorella, E. R. Lankester (53). 
Zoological Record, 1867 (review), ix, 

80, 81. 
ZOOPHYTOLOGY (New Hydrozoa and 
Polyzoa) : 
iii (o. s.), 253-256, 2 plates. 

320-322, 2 plates. 

iv (o. s.), 93-96, 2 plates. 

176-179, 2 plates. 

308-311, 4 plates. 

v (o. s.), 24, 25, 2 plates. 

172-176, 3 plates. 

242-250. 

vi (o. s.), 124-130, 2 plates. 

260-263. 

vii (o. s.), 65-67, 2 plates. 

143-154. 

viii (o. s.), 123-125, 2 plates. 

143-145, 2 plates, 

213, 214, 2 plates. 

275-285, 2 plates. 

i, 77-80, 2 plates. 
— 153-156, 2 plates. 
vii, 241-243, 1 plate. 
Zooteirea, T. S. Wright (2). 
Zootoca; pineal eye, W. B. Spencer (3). 
Zygodesmus, Currey (5). 



INDEX 



TRANSACTIONS 



MICEOSCOPICAL SOCIETY 

1844—1852. 



INDEX. 



A. 



Acarina, Ixodes, Busk (1). 

Agaricus, abnormality, Lankester (1). 

Air-bladder, blood-vessels and function, 

J. Quekett (3), 
Algae, in human intestine, Farre (3) ; 

reproduction, &c., Shadbolt (7). 
Allantois, blood-vessels and respiratory 

character, Dalrymple (1). 
Amathusia, scales, De la Rue (1). 
Anguinaria, Busk (5). 
Anthomyia, larva, Farre (2). 
Arachnoidiscus, Shadbolt (3). 



B. 



Blood-vessels ; air-bladder, J. Quekett 
(3) ; branchiae, Pisces, J. Quekett 
(9) ; allantois, &c., Dalrymple (1) ; 
Reptilian lens, J. Quekett (10). 

Bone, structure in the Vertebrate 
classes, J. Quekett (7). 

BOWERBANK, J. S. (1). On a new 
variety of vascular tissue found iu 
a fossil wood from the London 
Clay, i, 16-18, pi. ii, figs. 1-5. 

(2). On the Keratose or horny 

sponges of commerce, i, 32-39, 
pi. iii. 

(3). On three species of Sponge 

containing some new forms of 
organisation, i, 63-76, pis. vi, vii 
(figs. 1-6). 

(4). On the structure of the 

shells of Molluscs and conchifer- 
ous animals, i, 123-154, pis. xiv- 
XV iii. 

(5). On ciliary action in the 

Spongiadese. iii, 137-142, pi. xix. 

BOYS, T. (1). On a method of mount- 
ing objects in Canada balsam, ii, 
44, 45. 



Branchiae ; Crustacea, J. Quekett (6) ; 
Pisces, J. Quekett (9). 

Bubo, feather, J. Quekett (5). 

BUSK, G. (1). Observations on the 
young of a species of Ixodes from 
Brazil, i, 88-91, pis. ix, x. 

(2). Some observations on the 

natural history of the Echino- 
coccus. ii, 10-19, pi. i. 

(3). Observations on the struc- 
ture and nature of the Filaria 
medinensis or Guinea-worm, ii, 
65-76, pis. X, xi. 

(4). Observations on the Shep- 
herd's Purse Coralline of Ellis 
(Notamia bursaria, Fleming), ii, 
110-121, 179, pi. XXV. 

(5). Observations on the An- 
guinaria spatulata. ii, 123-126, 
180, pi. xxvi. 

(6). Observations on some part 

of the anatomy of two species of 
naked-eye Medusae. iii, 14-21, 
pi. V. 

(7). Observations on certain 

points in the anatomy of a species 
of Thaumantias. iii, 22-31, pi. vi. 



C. 



Campanularia, Hassall (3). 

CARPENTER, "W. B. (1). On the 
structure of the animal basis of 
the common egg-shell, and of the 
membrane surrounding the albu- 
men, i, 109, 110. 

Cerastium, mechanism of seed-capsule, 
E. J. Quekett (2). 

Cestoda; Echinococcus, Busk (2). 

Chameleo, blood-vessels of lung, J. 
Quekett (3). 

Chara, anatomy and development, Var- 
ley (1). 



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Chick ; blood-vessels of allantois and 
vitelline membrane, Dalrymple 
(1) ; structure of shell, &c.. Carpen- 
ter (1). 

Chiroptera, hair, J. Quekett (2). 

CUia of Mytilus, J. Quekett (4). 

CLARE, A. (1). Observations on the 
anatomy of the skin of a species 
of Mursena. ii, 141-150, pi. xxiii. 

Cnicus, hygrometry of seed-down, E. 
J. Quekett (2). 

Columba, feather, J. Quekett (5). 

Coppinia, Hassall (3). 

COPPIN, J., see HASSALL, A. H. (3). 

Cover-glass cutter, Shadbolt (1). 

Crustacea, branchiae, J. Quekett (6). 



D. 



DALRYMPLE, J. (1). On the vascular 
arrangement of the capillary ves- 
sels of the allantoid and vitelline 
membranes in the incubated egg. 
i, 12-15, pi. i, figs. 1, 2. 

DEANE, H. (1). On the occurrence of 
fossil Xanthidia and Polythalamia 
in chalk, ii, 77-79, pi. ix. 

(3). On a mode of isolating the 

siliceous shells of Infusorial ani- 
mals found in Ichaboe guano, ii, 
80. 

— — (3). On a new medium for 
mounting fresh or moist animal 
or vegetable structures, iii, 149- 
153. 

DE LA RUE, W. (1). On the markings 
on the scales of the Amathusia 
Horsfieldii. iii, 36-40, pis. viii, 
ix. 

Diatomacese ; in stomachs of oysters, 
Reade (2) ; separation from guano, 
Deane (2). 

Dictyochalix, Bowerbank (3). 

Dipteraj larva of Anthomyia, Farre 

Duseideia, see Dysidea. 

Dysidea, anatomy, &c., Bowerbank (3). 



E. 



Echinococcus, Busk (2). 
Elastic tissue, J. Quekett (11). 
Empusa muscae, Varley (2). 
Erodiuin, hygrometric tissue, E. J. 
Quekett (2). 



FARRE, A. (1). On certain phenomena 
observed in the genus Nitella, as 
illustrative of the peculiar struc- 
ture recently discovered by Mr. 
Bowerbank in a fossil wood from 
the London Clay, i, 19-22, pi. ii, 
figs. 6-11 ; cf. i, 18. 

(2). On the minute anatomy 

of the larva of Anthomyia canicu- 
laris, Meigen. i, 51-57, pi. v. 

(3). On the minute structure 

of certain substances, expelled 
from the human intestine, having 
the appearance of shreds of lymph, 
but consisting entirely of filaments 
of a Confervoid type, probably be- 
longing to the genus Oscillatoria. 
i, 92-98, pi. xi. 

(4). An account of a dissection 

of a human embryo of about the 
fourth week of gestation, with 
some observations on the early de- 
velopment of the human heart, 
iii, 65-73, pi. xiii (one half). 

Feather-structure, J. Quekett (5). 

Filaria medineusis. Busk (3), 

Flint, formation. White (1). 

Poraminifera, see Reticularia. 

Fungi, as cause of decay in fruit, Has- 
sall (1) ; abnormality and mon- 
strosity, Lankester (1) ; Empusa, 
Varley (2). 



G. 



Geranium, hygrometric tissue, E. J. 
Quekett (2). 

GOSSE, P. H. (1). On the architec- 
tural instincts of Melicerta ringens, 
an animal of the class Rotifera. 
iii, 58-63, pi. xii, figs. 1-i. 

(2). On the anatomy of Notom- 

mata aurita, an animal of the class 
Rotifera. iii, 93-104, pis. xii (figs. 
A, b), XV. 

(3). On the Notommata para- 

sita (Ehrenb.), a Rotiferous animal 
inhabiting the spheres of Volvox 
globator. iii, 143-146, pi. xx. 

Grantia, ciliary action, Bowerbank (5). 

Guano, composition, E. J. Quekett (6), 
Deane (2). 



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H. 



Hair, human, identification, J. Que- 
kett (8). 

Halichondria, anatomy, &c.. Bower- 
bank (3). 

HANDFORD, G. C, (1). On a wbite 
mirror for the microscope, iii, 147, 
148. 

HASSALL, A. H. (1). An explanation 
of the cause of the rapid decay of 
many fruits, more especially of 
those of the Apple and Peach 
tribes (in four parts), i, 111-122. 

(2). Remarks on a peculiar 

form of spiral vessel, i, 155, 156, 
pi. xix, figs. 1-3. 

(3), & J. COPPIN. Descrip- 
tions of three species of marine 
Zoophytes, iii, 160-164, pi. xxi. 

Heart; human, development, Farre 
(4). 

Helix, growth of shell, Bowerhank (4). 

Homo J fcetus, Farre (4). 

Hydrozoa ; anatomy, Busk (6, 7) j 3 
sp. n., Hassall (3). 

Hygroscopic tissues of plants, E. J. 
Quekett (2). 



Ixodes, from Brazil, Busk (1). 



J. 



JACKSON, G. (1). On micrometers, ii, 
134-140. 



KING, J. (1). A new application of 
polarized light in examining every 
description of objects, ii, 81, 82. 



L. 



LANKESTER, E. (1). On some ab- 
normal forms of Fungi, with re- 
marks on their morphology, ii, 
33-36, pi. ii, fig. 5. 

LEGG, M. S. (1). On the application 
of polarized light in microscopic 
investigations, ii, 83-88, pi. xii ; 
and Addendum, ii, 122. 



LEGG, M. S.— 

(2). On an improvement in the 

stage of the microscope, ii, 127- 

129, pi. xxvii. 
Lens, blood-vessels, J. Quekett (10). 
Lepidoptera, scales, De la Rue (1). 
Lepidosiren, air-bladder, J. Quekett (3). 
Limnias, Gosse (1). 



M. 

Melicerta, Gosse (1). 

Micrometer, Jackson (1). 

Microscope ; lever for stage, A. White 
(1) ; polarization. King (1), Legg 
(1) ; stage, Legg (2) ; oblique 
illumination, Shadbolt (4), Nachet 
(1) ; condenser, Wenham (1), 
Shadbolt (5, 6) ; mirror, Handford 

(1). 
MoUusca, growth of shell, Bowerbank 

(4) J ligament of Lamellibran- 

chiata, E. J. Quekett (5) ; cilia, J. 

Quekett (4). 
Mursena, epithelium and derivatives, 

Clark (1). 
Mytilus, cilia, J. Quekett (4). 



N. 

NACHET, M. (1). Note on Nachet's 

prism, iii, 82. 
Nail, development, Rainey (1). 
Nematoda ; Strongylus, anatomy, J. 

Quekett (1) ; Filaria, Busk (3). 
Nitella, circulation, &c., Farre (1). 
Notamia, Busk (4). 
Notommata, Gosse (2); in Volvox, 

Williams (1), Gosse (3). 



Pisces ; blood-vessels of air-bladder, J. 

Quekett (3) ; of branchiae, J. 

Quekett (9) ; scales, J. Quekett 

(12). 
Polystomella, structure of shell and 

animal, Williamson (1). 
Polyzoa ; Notamia, Busk (4) ; An- 

guinaria. Busk (5). 
Porifera ; anatomy of Euspongia, 

Bowerbank (2), of 3 spp. nn., 

Bowerbank (3) ; ciliary action, 

Bowerbank (5). 



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Q. 



QUEKETT, E. J. (1). On the develop- 
of the vascular tissue of plauts. i, 
1-11. 

(2). On the structure of some 

tissues possessing hygrometric 
properties, i, 23-31. 

(3). On the nature of vessels 

possessing longitudinal as well as 
spiral fibres, found in certain 
plants, i, 157-159. 

(4). On an instance of mon- 
strosity in a moss, i, 160-164, pi. 
xix, figs. 5, 6. 

(5). On the structure of the 

ligament connecting the valves of 
conchiferous Molluscs, ii, 1-6. 

(6). Remarks relating to the 

examination of guano by the 
microscope, ii, 29-32. 

QUEKETT, J. (1). On the anatomy 
of four species of Entozoa belong- 
ing to the genus Strongylus, from 
the Delphinus phoctena, or com- 
mon Porpoise, i, 44-49, pi. iv. 

(2). Observations on the struc- 
ture of Bat's hair, i, 58-62, pi. 
vii. 

(3). On a peculiar arrange- 
ment of blood-vessels in the air- 
bladder of Fishes, with some re- 
marks on the evidence which they 
afford of the true function of that 
organ, i, 99-108, pis. xii, xiii. 

(4). On some phenomena con- 
nected with the movement of the 
cilia in the common mussel 
(Mytilus edulis). ii, 7-9. 

(5). On certain peculiarities in 

the structure of the feathers of 
the Owl tribe, ii, 25-28, pi. ii, 
figs. 1-4. 

(6). On the structure of the 

flabella of some of the higher 
forms of Crustacea, with some 
remarks on their probable use in 
the function of respiration, ii, 37- 
43, pis. iii, iv. 

(7). On the intimate structure 

of bone, as composing the skeleton 
in the four great classes of ani- 
mals, viz. Mammals, Birds, Rep- 
tiles, and Fishes, with some re- 
marks on the great value of the 
knowledge of such structure in 
determining the aflinities of the 
minute fragments of organic re- 



QUEKETT, J.— 

mains, ii, 46-58: — and. Additional 
observations on the intimate struc- 
ture of bone, ii, 59-64, pis. v-viii. 

(8). On the value of the mi- 
croscope in the determination of 
minute structures of a doubtful 
nature, as exemplified in the iden- 
tification of human skin attached 
many centuries ago to the doors of 
churches, ii, 151-158, pi. xxiv. 

(9). Observations on the nature 

of capillaries, and on the mode of 
arrangement of those in the gills 
of Fishes, iii, 1-8, pi. i. 

(10). Observations on the vas- 
cularity of the capsule of the Crys- 
talline Lens, especially that of 
certain Reptilia. iii, 9-13, pis. ii- 
iv. 

(11)' On a peculiar form of 

elastic tissue, found in the liga- 
mentum nuchae of the Giraffe, iii, 
45-48, pi. X, figs. 3-8. 

(12). On the scales of the vivi- 
parous Blenny (Zoarcus vivipa- 
rus). iii, 136, pi. xi, fig. 8. 



R. 



RAINEY, G. (1). On the structure 
and formation of the nails of the 
fingers and toes, ii, 105-109, pi. 
xxii. 

READE, J. B. (1). The process of 
charring vegetable tissue, as ap- 
plied to the examination of the 
stomata in the epidermis of garden 
rhubarb, i, 40-43, pi. i, fig. 3. 

(2), On animals of the chalk, 

still found in a living state in the 
stomachs of oysters, ii, 20-24. 

Regeneration, Molluscan shell. Bower- 
bank (4). 

Reptilia ; blood-vessels of lung, J. 
Quekett (3), of lens, J. Quekett 
(10) ; scales, Spencer (1). 

Retieularia, in stomach of oyster, 
Reade (2); in chalk, Reade (2), 
Deane (1) ; Polystomella, William- 
son (1); zoological position, Wil- 
liamson (1) ; shells of various 
genera, Williamson (2). 

Rheum, stomata of epidermis, Reade 
(!)• 

Rotifera, Gosse (1, 2, 3), Williams (1). 



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79 



s. 



Sertularia, Hassall (3). 

SHADBOLT, G. (1). The "disk-cutter," 
a new instrument for cutting cir- 
cular disks of thin glass for 
mounting microscopical objects. 
Also the description of a collecting 
stick for procuring Infusoria, &c. 
iii, 32-35. 

— — (2). A description of a new 

form of hair from a species of 
Tarantula, iii, 41-44, pi. x, figs. 
1,2. 

(3). On the structure of the 

siliceous lorica; of the genus Arach- 
noidiscus. iii, 49-54, pi. xi, figs. 
1-5. 

(4). A short description of M. 

Nachet's prisms for the oblique 
illumination of transparent ob- 
jects on the stage of the micro- 
scope, with formulae for their con- 
struction and observations on their 
use. iii, 74-78 : — also. Further 
observations, &c. iii, 79-81. 

(5). The annular condenser for 

the microscope, a new instrument, 
contrived and described by Geo. 
Shadbolt. iii, 132-134, pi. xiv, 
figs. l*-3*. 

(6). Observations upon oblique 

illumination, with a description of 
the author's sphsero-annular con- 
denser, iii, 154-159. 

(7). On the sporangia of some 

of the filamentous freshwater 
Alga3. iii, 165-170, pi. xxii. 

Shell, Aves, structure, Carpenter (1). 

— Mollusca, growth, Bowerbank (4). 
Skin of Danes, &c., from church doors, 

J. Quekett (8). 

SOEBY, H. C. (1). On the occurrence 
of non-gymnospermous exogenous 
wood in the Lias, near Bristol, 
iii, 91, 92, pi. xvi. 

SPENCER, J. B. (1). On the femoral 
plates or scales of the Zootoca 
vivipara. iii, 135, 136, pi. xi, figs. 
6,7. 

Spongia (Euspongia), anatomy. Bower- 
bank (2). 

Stomata, structure, Reade (1). 

Strongylus, 4 spp. in porpoise, J. 
Quekett (1). 



T. 



Taenia echinococcus. Busk (2). 
Tarantula, hair, Shadbolt (2). 
Thaumantias, Busk (6, 7). 
Tor tula, monstrosity, E. J. Quekett 

(4). 
Turris, Busk (6). 



VARLEY, C. (1). On Chara vulgaris, 
ii, 93-104, pis. xiv-xxi. 

(2). Microscopical observations 

on a malady a fleeting the common 
house-fly. iii, 55-57, pi. xiii (one 
half). 

Vascular tissue, formation, E. J. Que- 
kett (1) ; of fossil wood. Bower- 
bank (1) ; Farre (1) j Hassall (2) ; 
E. J. Quekett (3). 

Vitelline membrane, blood-vessels, Dai- 
ry mple (1). 



W. 

WARINGTON, R. (1). On a new me- 
dium for mounting organic sub- 
stances as permanent objects for 
microscopic inspection, ii, 131- 
133 

WENHAM, F. H. (1). On the illumi- 
nation of transparent microscopic 
objects on a new principle, iii, 
83-90, pi. xiv, figs. 1-6. 

WHITE, A. (1). On a lever movement 
to the stage of the microscope, 
i, 165, 166, pi. XX, figs. 1-3. 

WHITE, H. H. (1). On fossil Xanthi- 
dia. i, 77-86, pi. viii. 

(2). On a new species of fossil 

Xanthidium. i, 87, pi. xx, fig. 4. 

WILKINSON, S. J. (1). Observations 
on Xanthidium, both fossil and 
recent, ii, 89-92, pi. xiii. 

WILLIAMS, J. (1). On the occurrence 
of parasitic Rotifer a in Vol vox 
globator. iii, 129-131. 

WILLIAMSON, W. C. (1). On the 
structure of the shell and soft 
animal of Polystomella crispa, with 
some remarks on the zoological 
position of the Foraminifera, ii, 
159-178, pi. xxviii. 



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WILLIAMSON, W. C— 

(2). On the minute structure 

of the calcareous shells of some 

recent species of Foraminifera. 

iii, 105-128, pis. xvii, xviii. 
Wood ; fossil, Bowerbank (1), Farre 

(1), Sorby (1). 



X. 

Xanthidium, H. H. White (1, 2), Deane 
(1). 



Zoarcus, scales, J. Quekett (12). 
Zootoca, femoral plates, Spencer (1). 



INDEX 



PROCEEDINGS 



DUBLIN MIGEOSCOPICAL CLUB 

1865 — 1880. 



The Proceedings of the Club are reported at the following 
places in the Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science : 



V, 165-171. 


X, 85-93. 


233-240. 


201-205. 


vi, 58-73.. 


302-308. 


120-130. 


xi, 92-104. 


180-194. 


208-214. 


266-276. 


311-322. 


vii, 79-90. 


xii, 84-96. 


170-179. 


193-202 


230-237. 


310-314 


295-299. 


419-423 


viii, 64-72. 


xiii, 99-103. 


118-124. 


211-213 


188-191. 


310-321 


286-297. 


434-438 


ix, 94-98. 


xiv, 105-108 


194-202. 


211-216 


318-324. 


316-322 


420-426. 


421-426 



XV, 100-106. 

201-206. 

329-334. 

409-417. 

xvi, 104-110. 

235-240. 

336-344. 

414-418. 

xvii, 102-106. 

190-196. 

300-306. 

461-466. 

xviii, 103-108. 

212-214. 

345-350. 

xix, 120-124. 

438-448. 

XX, 111-118. 

378-380. 



INDEX. 



B. 



Abies, xvi, 415, 417; xvii, 300, 304. 
Acanthocystis, vii, 178; ix, 199; xi, 

208; xii, 195. 
Achlya, vii, 179 ; xi, 212. 
Acineta, vi, 182 ; xiii, 212. 
Actinocyclus, viii, 190; x, 302. 
Actinophrys, viii, 69 ; ix, 421 ; x, 306. 
Actiuosphserium [?] ; xi, 101 ; xii, 94. 
Algae, movement, xii, 92. 

— Azores, xiv, 107. 

— fossil calcareous, xix, 442. 

— gen. indet., xx, 115, 380. 
Amia, scale, xviii, 106. 
Amoeba quadriliueata, ix, 97. 

— villosa, vi, 125, 190; x, 305; xv, 

203. 
Amphipi'ora, viii, 292 ; ix, 96. 
Amphitetras, ix, 420 ; xv, 204. 
Amphitrema, vii, 174; xvi, 340. 
Amphizonella, xii, 38, 195; [?] xiii, 

102 ; xvii, 464. 
Anisouema, xii, 196. 
Anortbite Dolerite, xiv, 424. 
Anthelia, xx, 111. 
Anthoceros, xiv, 106. 
Anthophysa, vi, 182. 
Apbanomyces, v, 237. 
Apiocystis, xiii, 435. 
Aporea, ix, 420 ; xi, 208. 
Appendicularia, ix, 323. 
Aptogonum, x, 90. 
Arachnoidiscus, v, 167. 
Arcella, vi, 185 ; viii, 68. 
Arcyria, xvii, 465. 
Arthrodesmus, v, 170, 274; x, 90; 

xiii, 99. 

— abnormal, xvi, 236. 
Ascetta, xvi, 235. 
Astasiaja, v, 235. 

Astrodisculus, xiii, 320 ; [?] xiv, 317. 

Aulacodiscus, xviii, 104. 

Australian caoutcbouc, diatoms, xiii, 

211. 
AzoUa, xiv, 213; xx, 115. 



Bacteria — 

— " beaded," xvi, 237, 239. 

— in algte, xvi, 105. 

— in urine, v, 165. 

— movement, xi, 312. 

" Baked " slate, xv, 103. 

Ballia, xv, 416. 

Basalt, XV, 411 ; new mineral in, xviii, 

347. 
Batracbospermum, ix, 94. 
Bebryce, ix, 319. 
Berkleyia, xx, 112. 
Biddulpbia, xix, 120. 
Bignonia, xiii, 312. 

Bladder, calcareous deposits on, v, 167. 
Blodgettia, xvi, 342, 414; xx. 111. 
Botrydina, v, 238. 
Botrydium, xi, 100. 
Botryococcus, x, 88. 
Botrytis, xviii, 191. 
Bryopsis, xix, 121. 
Bulbenia, xi, 95. 
Bulbocbaete, vi, 121; x, 85, 89; xiv, 

216. 
Bulgaria, xii, 310. 
Butomus, XV, 204. 



Cactus, xiv, 211. 

Callicella, xi, 319. 

Callitbamnion, xx, 379. 

Carex, xiii, 436. 

Centrostepbanus, gill, xvii, 302. 

Ceratium, x, 201. 

Cbffitonotus, xiv, 106. 

Chantransia, ix, 94. 

Chert, xvii, 190. 

Cblamydomonas, xii, 86. 

Cblamydorayxa, x, 303 ; xi, 94 ; xii, 

195. 
Cblorochytriura, xvii, 194 ; xviii, 103. 
Cboreolax, xvi, 336. 



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Chroolepus, v, 168 ; vi, 63, 276. 
Chytridium, vii, 89, 231; viii, 119; 
[?] viii, 289; viii, 295; ix, 199; 
XV, 412. 
Cladocera, Connemara, xii, 194 ; Mul- 

lingar, xii, 313 ; xii, 423. 
Clatbrulina, viii, 71, 189 ; xi, 322 ; xii, 

195. 
Closterium, vi, 70, 181, 272; vii, 172; 
viii, 118, 287, 292, 294 ; ix, 194, 
425 ; xiii, 213, 319 ; xiv, 213 ; xv, 
409, 412; xvi, 338, 415; xviii, 
214; xix, 120, 121. 
Cocconeis, v, 236 ; ix, 425 ; x, 308. 
CcelastruiiQ, viii, 65 ; ix, 96 ; xiii, 316. 
Coelospbserium, ix, 197 ; movement, xi, 

311; xix, 440; xx, 378. 
Coenogonium, xiii, 312. 
Coenoraorpha, x, 305. 
Colletonema, xvi, 417. 
Colochsete, ix, 424. 
Colpocephalum, xiv, 213. 
Connemara gatherings, xii, 194, 195. 
Conochilus, vii, 179. 
Conomitriuui, xi, 96. 
Coorongite, diatoms of, xiii, 211. 
Coscinodiscus, x, 302, 308 ; xv, 330 ; 
xvi, 343; xvii, 461, 463 ; xix, 122. 
Cosmarium, vi, 70, 121, 128, 192, 275 ; 
vii, 170 ; viii, 293 ; ix, 98, 425 ; 
X, 92, 205, 308 ; xi, 96 ; xii, 421 ; 
xiii, 99, 101, 315, 435 ; xiv, 213 ; 
xvi, 109, 338, 344, 416, 417 ; xvii, 
102, 104, 194, 301, 304, 305 ; xix, 
123, 124, 441, 447 ; xx, 380. 
Cosmocladium, vii, 298 ; viii, 68, 120 ; 

xii, 195 ; xiv, 212, 
Craspedodiscus, xvii, 106, 465; xviii, 

350. 
Crustacea, calcification, xv, 205. 
Cylindrocapsa, xii, 419 ; xiv, 425. 
Cylindrocystis, vi, 60 ; xii, 422 ; xiv, 

423; xix, 123. 
Cymbella, x, 88. 
Cymopolia, xix, 442. 
Cystoplirys, viii, 295; ix, 421; x, 305. 



D. 

Dasydites, xiv, 106. 

" Deathwatch," vi, 120. 

Dehitella, x, 90. 

Desmidese ; Gleugariff, ix, 422. 

— Connemara, x\ ii, 192. 

— (? gen. n.), xvi, 238. 

— hybrid conjugation, xv, 414. 

— Toole's Rocks, xiii, 99. 



Desmidium, vii, 296 ; ix, 198 ; xiv, 

105. 
Devitrified glass, v, 234. 
Diapboropodon, ix, 321 ; xii, 87, 194. 
Diatomacese, Dresden, v, 169. 

— Arctic, xviii, 214, 349. 

— Azores, xiv, 107. 

— Ballybetagb, xvi, 416. 

— Bermuda, xiv, 216. 

— China, vi, 126. 

— Clare, xi, 213. 

— coorongite, xiii, 211. 

— Drumlougb, Co. Down, xi, 320. 

— dynamite earth, xvii, 305. 

— Seaforde, vi, 273. 

— specific determination, v, 170 ; viii, 

122; ix, 195; xii, 199. 

— Vancouver's Island, xv, 409. 

— various, on one stipes, xiii, 313. 
Diatomella, xiv, 106. 
Dictyosphferium, vi, 127 ; vii, 230, 299 ; 

viii, 65, 68 ; xii, 422 ; xv, 415. 
Didymocladon, xii, 199, 201. 
Didvmobelix, viii, 294. 
Difliugia, vi, 186, 266; vii, 177; viii, 

69, 122 ; xii, 195 ; xviii, 212. 
Dimorpbococcus, xii, 195, 197. 
Dinobryon, vi, 123 ; viii, 287, 292. 
Diorite, xix, 439. 
Diplophrys, viii, 123; ix, 323; xvi, 

340. 
Dipterous larva, case, vii, 83, 175. 
Docidium, vii, 297 ; xii, 193 ; xix, 438. 
Donkinia, x, 85 ; xi, 100 ; xvii, 195. 
Draparnaldia, xiii, 438. 
Drepanomonas, xii, 95. 



£. 



Echinoderm spines, &c., structure, xiv, 
317, 319, 321, 422, 425 ; xv, 100, 

103, 105, 202, 205, 329, 332, 410, 
413, 415 ; xvi, 107, 337, 342 ; xvii, 

104, 106, 192, 195, 303, 463; 
xviii, 104, 106, 212, 213, 346, 348, 
349; xix, 121, 122, 439, 440; xx, 
112, 113, 115, 379. 

Echinoidea, determination, vi, 266. 
Ecbinoueus, xii, 196. 
Ectocarpus, xvii, 465. 
Eozoon from Galway, v, 171. 
Epicbloe, xviii, 107. 
Epithelioma, vii, 232. 
Epitbemia, x, 305. 
Erythroxylon, xvii, 462. 
Euastrum, vii, 297; viii, 66; xi, 93; 
xiii, 101, 315, 434; xviii, 108. 



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85 



Euglena, xi, 98, 99. 

Euglypha, vi, 185; xii, 88; xvi, 

236 ; xvii, 196 ; xviii, 104. 
Euodea, ix, 200. 



107, 



Flagellata, viii, 119 ; gen. indet., xviii, 

213. 
Fontiualis, colouring matter, v, 239. 
Forarainifera ; in flint, xv, 103. 
Fragillaria, ix, 194. 



G. 



Gauorhynchus, bone-structure, xiv,211. 
Geoglossum, xviii, 212. 
Gephyria, vi, 185. 
Goraphonema, ix, 95 ; xi, 92. 
Gonatozygon, ix, 198. 
Gonium, v, 165, 234; vii, 88. 
Granite, Leinster, xv, 102. 
Griffithsia, xviii, 107, 213. 
Gromia, ix, 322; xii, 310. 
Gyropus, ix, 420. 



H. 



Haimea [ ?], v, 236. 

Hair, commercial, viii, 68 ; xii, 422 ; 

XV, 100 ; nodose, xx, 116. 
— human, diseased, vi, 126. 
Hartea, v, 236. 
Hedera, vi, 62. 
Helicomyces, xvii, 194. 
Helicopsyche, vi, 180. 
Heliopelta, xvii, 300. 
Helmiuthosporium, xix, 447. 
Heterophrys, ix, 318, 320; xii, 195; 

XV, 202, 331 ; xvii, 105. 
Heterotoma, vi, 129. 
Himantidium, xi, 93. 
Hormospora, vii, 172; xi, 98; xiii, 

320. 
Hullite, xviii, 347 ; xix, 438. 
Hyalonema, ix, 97. 
Hybrid conjugation of Desmidise, xv, 

414. 
Hydrocoleum, vii, 86. 
Hydrodictyon, xii, 91. 
Hydrogastrum, xi, 100. 



Hypnum ; spores, ix, 322 ; xi, 94. 
Hypopterygium, xviii, 103. 



Isinglass, spurious, xviii, 103. 
Ixodes, XV, 104. 



K. 

Kalispongia, xvi, 340. 
Keratoisis, ix, 197. 



L. 



Lafoea, xviii, 349. 

Laticiferous vessels, onion, xiii, 437. 
Lava, Vesuvian, xv, 330, 411. 
Leptocystinema, vi, 63. 
Lichraophora, xi, 214 ; xiii, 318. 
Limestone transformation, xvi, 336 ; 

XX, 114. 
Limnoria in telegraph cable, xv, 332. 
Lunularia, xiv, 215. 
Lycopodium, epidermis, xiii, 434. 
Lynceus, xiii, 320; see also Cladocera. 



M. 

Magosphsera, xi, 316. 

Mallomonas, viii, 122. 

Mastogloia, xiii, 319. 

Melosira, xii, 314. 

Merismopoedia, xi, 214. 

Mesocarpus, vi, 65. 

Mesotsenium, xiii, 319 ; xix, 123. 

Micrasterias, vi, 275 ; vii, 296 ; viii, 
190, 286, 291, 294, 296; ix, 98, 
196, 423; xi, 95; xii, 86; xiii, 
212; xiv, 213; xvi, 109; xviii, 
348; XX, 115. 

Micrococcus, xiv, 319, 321. 

Microgromia, xvi, 105 ; xvii, 194, 465. 

Micrometry, vii, 234. 

Mischococcus, v, 237. 

Monas, viii, 119 ; xi, 209. 

Monostroma, xiii, 99. 

Morphia salicylate, xvii, 465. 

Mougeotia, vi, 65, 270. 

Musca, foot, XV, 409. 

Muscari, monstrous, xvii, 463. 

Myreosteon, x, 306; xi,93. 

Myxastrum, xvii, 462. 



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N. 

Navicula, vli, 82 ; x, 302, 308 ; xi, 92 ; 
xii, 80, 93 ; xiii, 101, 311 ; xiv, 
213 ; XV, 100, 102, 201, 410, 414, 
416; xvi, 104, 235; xviii, 346. 

Nematophycus, xiii, 312. 

Neomeris, xix, 439. 

Nephrocytium, vi, 70. 

Nitzschia, ix, 318; x, 90, 302. 

Nothoclcena, v, 169. 

Nymphsea, xvi, 109, 235, 238. 



0. 



Octaviana, xix, 439. 

Oedogonium, vi, 63, 67, 129 ; vii, 79 ; 

viii, 295 ; x, 203 ; xi, 93 ; xii, 313, 

422; XV, 102,413. 
Olivine, xv, 411. 
Olpidium, xvii, 463. 
Oocystis, xi, 212 ; xvii, 104, 194. 
Opal, xvii, 302. 
Opercularia, v, 166. 
Orthosira, xi, 321. 
Ouramceba, xv, 203. 



Pachymatisma, ix, 318. 
Palmoglcea, x, 202. 
Pamphagus, xi, 101 ; xii, 195. 
Pandanus, xii, 88; xv, 333. 
Pelobius ; [?] xi, 101 ; xii, 94. 
Peneus, calcification, xv, 205. 
Penicilliam, abnormality, xvi, 106. 
Penium, asteridia, vi, 58; viii, 68; ix, 

194, 423 ; xii, 86 ; xvi, 235. 
Peridinium, xi, 211. 
Pbacus, xi, 99 ; xii, 92. 
Phalausterium, xi, 209 ; xii, 90, 95. 
Philodina, xi, 210. 
Piuguicula, viii, 121. 
Pinnularia, vii, 85, 88; xi, 100; xiv, 

320; XV, 105. 
Pinus, XV, 413; xvi, 104, 108, 414; 

xix, 441. 
Placospongia, ix, 322. 
Plagiophrys, xvi, 343. 
Platycerium, xiv, 318. 
Pleurococcus on flies, xiii, 316. 
Pleuropbrys, xiii, 437. 
Pleurosigma, ix, 424 ; x, 89 ; xii, 198. 
Pleurotajnium, ix, 195 ; xi, 211 ; xii, 86. 
Plumularia, xviii, 106. 
Podisoma, xii, 89. 



Podophrya, xviii, 105. 

Podosphsera, viii, G6. 

Polyactls, xiv, 425. 

Polycbsetus, viii, 72 ; ix, 95. 

Polyedrium, xi, 96. 

Polyphemus, xii, 194. 

Polysiphonia, xv, 329 ; xvii, 305 ; xviii, 

345, 350 ; xix, 123. 
Polytrypa, xix, 442. 
Pompholyxophrys, xii, 195. 
Porphyry, xiv, 317. 
Primiila, pollen, viii, 67. 
Protococcus, xii, 87. 
Prototaxites, xi, 319. 
Pucciuia, xv, 410 ; xvi, 343. 



Q. 



Quadrula, xvi, 337. 
Quartzite, xix, 447. 
Quartzrock, Shankill, xvi, 415. 
Quillaria saponaria ; crystals in bark, 

V, 166. 
Quinine chlorate, crystals, vii, 84. 



R. 



Raja, electric organ, xvii, 193. 

Raphidiophrys, vii, 179; xii, 195; xv, 
331. 

Rhizopoda, various, vi, 185; vii, 173, 
177, 296; Azores, xiv, 107; xv, 
202; xvi, 337, 340, 343 ; xvii, 103. 

Rivularia, xviii, 348. 



Sagitta, xvii, 462. 

Salvinia, x, 201. 

Saprolegnia, vii, 80. 

Schizonema, xiii, 434. 

Schizostega, viii, 124. 

Sciadium, vi, 64. 

Scotophilus, XV, 104. 

Scytonema, v, 167, 189 ; vii, 231 ; [ ?] 

X, 202. 
Selenastrum, xiii, 316. 
Sertularella, xviii, 212. 
Sirosiphon, ix, 200. 
Slate, indurated, xv, 103. 
Sorastrum, vii, 84. 
Speira, xii, 312. 

Spbserozosma, vi, 274 ; ix, 198 ; xi, 92. 
Sphagnum, xvi, 104. 
Spirillum, movement, xi, 316. 



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Spirogyra, rapid growth, vi, 62 ; x, 89, 

92 ; xiii, 436 ; containing Oscilla- 

toria, XV, 101. 
Spirotajnia, vi, 191 ; vii, 233 ; viii, 68 ; 

X, 203 ; xii, 85, 90. 
Spirulina, x, 87. 

Spondylosium, vi, 120; xvii, 191. 
Sporochisma, xvi, 337. 
Staurastrum, vi, 66, 124, 189 ; vii, 230 ; 

viii, 67, 289, 296; ix, 97, 196, 

200, 422, 424 ; x, 86, 89, 92 ; xi, 

92, 93, 95 ; xii, 86, 89, 94, 199, 

201, 202, 314; xiii, 101, 311, 437; 
xiv, 213; xvii, 103, 363; xviii, 
105. 

Stauroneis, viii, 189 ; ix, 196 ; xi, 321 ; 

xvi, 340; xvii, 102, 104; xviii, 

108. 
Stephanosplisera, v, 165 ; vii, 88 ; xi, 

93, 100. 
Stigceocloniuin, ix, 96. 

Stoney, G. J., ou an aciiromatic com- 
bination for use witli blue light, 
xi, 212, 213. 

Striatella, vi, 189 ; xii, 84. 

Strychnia, detection, xvi, 340. 

Stysanus, xviii, 347. 

Surirella, ix, 196, 420. 

Syenite, xix, 440. 

Syncrypta, xi, 316. 

Synechococcus, vii, 87. 

Synedra, xi, 311 ; xiv, 105; xvi, 106. 

Synura, viii, 120 ; xi, 316. 



T. 



Tabellaria, v, 235. 

Taxus, xiv, 321. 

Tetrachastrum, ix, 98; xii, 85, 86; 

xiii, 212. 
Tetracyclus, xi, 92. 
Thysanura, Irish, xiv, 212. 
Tomopteris, v, 1C8. 



Toxonidea, ix, 194, 425. 

Trachelemonas, v, 239. 

Tradescantia, xx, 380. 

Traquairia, xii, 311. 

Trifolium, abnormal, xv, 101. 

Trinacria, xi, 208. 

Trinema, viii, 188. 

Trochiscia [?], vii, 176. 

Tryblyonella, ix, 196; xii, 310; xiv, 

106. 
Tubipora, ix, 201. 

U. 

Urocentrum, rotation, ix, 319. 
Uvella, encysted, xv, 106. 



Vacuolaria, xx, 117. 
Vampyrella, xvi, 109. 
Vasicola, x, 204. 
Volcanic dust, xv, 413. 
Volvox, vi, 65, 194 ; viii, 120. 



W. 



Wart, microscopic structure, viii, 188. 
Wehvitschia, xiii, 320. 
Wrightella, xv, 333. 



X. 



Xanthidium, vi, 273 ; ix, 423 ; xiii, 

310; XX, 114, 116. 
Xanthine sulphate, xvi, 339. 



Zygogonium, vi, 268. 



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