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(1) THE new edition of this indispensable work has been enlarged, new sections have been added, some of the older matter has been omitted, and the names of new collaborators appear on the title-page. Full accounts are given of the technique of tissue cultivation and of micro-manipulation.

(1) Bolles Lee's Microtomist's Vade-Mecum: a Handbook of the Methods of Microscopic Anatomy.

Ninth edition, edited by Prof. J. Brontë Gatenby Dr. E. V. Cowdry. With the collaboration of Dr. W. R. G. Atkins, the late Prof. Sir William Bayliss, J. Thornton Carter, Dr. Robert Chambers, Dr. W. Cramer, the late Dr. C. de Fano, Dr. Helen Pixell-Goodrich, Dr. J. G. Greenfield, Dr. Reginald Ludford, G. Payling Wright, and Dr. F. W. Rogers Brambell. Pp. x + 714. (London: J. and A. Churchill, 1928.) 30s. net.

(2) Histological Technique: a Guide for Use in a Laboratory Course in Histology.

By Dr. B. F. Kingsbury Dr. O. A. Johannsen. Pp. vii + 142. (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1927.) 11s. net.

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H., R. Our Bookshelf. Nature 123, 45 (1929). https://doi.org/10.1038/123045a0

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