Animal Micrology Practical Exercises in Microscopical Methods

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    THE term?micrology? has not received any general acceptance on this side of the Atlantic. There seems to be no reason why the term?histology? should be displaced by this more modern word. Though, however, we may take exception to the title of the book, we are not disposed to regard other than favourably the work itself.

    Animal Micrology. Practical Exercises in Microscopical Methods.

    By Dr. Michael F. Guyer. Pp. ix + 240. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press; London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1906.) Price 9s. net.

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    Animal Micrology Practical Exercises in Microscopical Methods . Nature 75, 582 (1907) doi:10.1038/075582a0

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