Journal of Morphology

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About the Journal

Journal of Morphology by Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology

Professor Charles Otis Whitman was the founder and editor of the Journal.

Professor Whitman died in 1910 before the first number was issued and the volume becomes a memorial to one who had a wide influence in the elevation of biological science. (from VOLUME 22 1911).

J Morphol.


Links: Historic Embryology Papers | Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology | Association of American Anatomists


Other Historic Journals: Amer. J Anat. | Anat. Rec. | J Morphol.

Volume 1 - 1887

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol01wist/page/n6

III. Dr. Henry Orr, Princeton, N.J. A contribution to the Embryology of the Lizard ....... 311-372

Volume 2 - 1889

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol02wist/page/n6

No. 3. — April, 1889.

I. Charles-Sedgwick Minot, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. Uterus and Embryo : I. Rabbit ; II. Man, 341-462

Volume 3 - 1889

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol03wist/page/n6

III Dr. G. Baur. On the Morphology of the Vertebrate-Skull . 467-474

Volume 4 - 1891

https://archive.org/details/journalmorpholo03biolgoog/page/n8

III. Charles F. W. McClure, B.A., E.M. The Segmentation of the Primitive Vertebrates Brain 35-56

V. Howard Avers. Concerning Vertebrate Cephalogenesis . . . 221-245

Volume 5 - 1891

https://archive.org/details/journalmorpholo01biolgoog/page/n14

III. F. Mall. A Human Embryo twenty-six days old , . 459-480

Volume 6 - 1891

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I. Howard Ayers. Vertebrate Cep/ialogenesis, II. A Contribution to the Morphology of the Vertebrate Ear, with a Reconsideration of its Functions 1-360

II. S. Watase. On the Phenomena of Sex-Differentiation . 481-493

Volume 7 - 1892

https://archive.org/details/journalmorpholo12biolgoog/page/n9

Volume 8 - 1892

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol08wist/page/n6

I. Wm. M. Wheeler. A Contribution to Insect Embryology . 1-160

IV. Albert C. Eycleshymer. The Developme7it of the Optic Vesicles in Amphibia 189-194

Volume 9 - 1894

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol09wist/page/n6

II. E. O. Jordan and A. C. Eycleshymer. On the Cleavage of A^nphibian Ova . . 407-416

Volume 10 - 1895

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol101895wist/page/n4

I. Albert C. Eycleshymer. The Early Development of Ambly stoma, with Observations on Some Other Vertebrates 343-418

II. T. H. Morgan. The Formation of the Fish Embryo . . 419-472

Volume 11 - 1895

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol11wist/page/n6

I. Contributions to the Structure and Development of the Vertebrate Head. William A. Locy. 497-594

Volume 12 - 1896

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol12189697wist/page/n6

V. Franklin P. Mall. Development of the Hnman Coelom . . . 395-453

Volume 13 - 1897

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol1897wist/page/n8

Volume 14 - 1898

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol14wist/page/n6

VII. Franklin P. Mall. Development of the Ventral Abdominal Walls in Man 347-366

Volume 15 - 1898

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol15189899wist/page/n8

IV. The Groivth of the Ovttm, Formation of the

Polar Bodies, and the Fertilization in

Polychoenis Caiidatns 73-110

Edward G. Gardiner.

Volume 17 - 1898

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol17wist/page/n6

Volume 16 - 1900

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol16wist/page/n6


Volume 18 - 1903

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol18wist/page/n6

Volume 19 - 1908

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Franklin P. Mall.

A Study of the Causes rmJerlymg the Origin of Human Monsters. (Third Contribution to the Study of the Pathology of Human Embryos) 3-368

Volume 20 - 1909

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol20wist/page/n4 I. Mary Blount.

The Early Development of the Pigeon s Egg, with Especial Reference to Polyspermy and the Origin of the Perihlast Nuclei 1-64

II. J. Trios. Patterson.

Gastrulation in the Pigeons Egg. A Morpho- logical and Experimental Study 65-124

Volume 21 - 1910

VOLUME 21 1910

Schaeffer JP. The lateral wall of the cavum nasi in man, with especial reference to the various developmental stages. (1910) J Morphol. 21: 613-708.

J. Paksons Schaeffer. The lateral wall of the cavum nasi in man, with especial reference to the various developmental stages. Fifty figures 613

Volume 22 - 1911

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol22wist/page/n9

Leo Loeb. The cyclic changes in the ovary of the guinea pig 37

William A. Locy. Anatomical illustration before Vesalius. Twenty-three figures 945

Biography, Charles Otis Whitman. Five portraits xv

Volume 23 - 1912

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol23wist/page/n6

George W. Bartelmez. The bilaterality of the pigeon's egg. A study in egg organization from the first growth i^eriod of the oocyte to the beginning of cleavage. Forty-seven figures 269

Volume 24 - 1912

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William K. Gregory. Critique of recent work on the morphology of the vertebrate skull, especially in relation to the origin of mammals. Twenty- five figures 1

Volume 25 - 1914

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H. V. Neal. The morphology of the eye muscle nerves. Nine plates and four text figures 1

Volume 26 - 1915

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Journal of Morphology 26 (1915)

Huber GC. The development of the albino rat, Mus norvegicus albinus. I. From the pronuclear stage to the stage of mesoderm anlage; end of the first to the end of the ninth day. (1915) J Morphol. 26: 247-358.

G. Carl Huber. The development of the albino rat, Mus norvegicus albinus. I. From the pronuclear stage to the stage of mesoderm anlage; end of the first to the end of the ninth day. Thirty-two figures 247

Huber GC. The development of the albino rat, Mus norvegicus albinus. II. Abnormal ova: end of the first to the end of the ninth day. (1915) J Morphol. 26: 359-391.

G. Carl Huber. The development of the albino rat, Mus norvegicus albinus. II. Abnormal ova: end of the first to the end of the ninth day. Ten figures. 359

Volume 27 - 1916

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol27wist/page/n6

Kernan, JD.Jr. The chondrocranium of a 20 mm. human embryo. (1916) J Morphol. 27: 603-644.

John D. Kernan, Jr. The chondrocranium of a 20 mm. human embryo. J Morphol. 27: 603-644. Nine plates

Volume 28 - 1916-17

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol28wist/page/n4

Volume 29 - 1917

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol29wist/page/n6

Volume 30 - 1917-18

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol30wist/page/n6

Grace P. Hays. A case of a syndactylous cat. Sixteen figures 65

H. M. Kingery. Oogenesis in the white mouse. Fifty-two figures (5 plates). 261

H. V. Neal. The history of the eye muscles. Twenty figures 433


Volume 31 - 1918

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol31wist/page/n6

H. V. Neal. Neuromeres and metameres. Seventeen text-figures 293

Charles Eugene Johnson. The origin of the ultimobranchial body and its relation to the fifth pouch in birds. Two text-figures and two plates 583

Volume 32 - 1918

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol32wist/page/n4

Journal of Morphology 32 (1918)

Carl G. Hartman. Studies in the development of the opossum (Didelphys virginiana L.). III. Description of new material on maturation, cleavage, and entoderm formation. IV. The bilaminar blastocyst. Eight text figures and twenty-two plates 1

Arthur William Meyer. On the nature, occurrence, and identity of the plasma cells of Hofbauer 327

ToKiJYASu Kudo. The facial musculature of the Japanese. Five text figures and three plates 637

Volume 33 - 1919-20

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol33wist/page/n7

Volume 34 - 1920

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol34wist/page/n6

Journal of Morphology 34 (1920)

Volume 35 - 1921

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol35wist/page/n4

Journal of Morphology 35 (1921)

Fujimura G. Cytological studies on the internal secretory functions in the human placenta and decidua. (1921) J Morphol. 35(3): 486-576.

Gencho Fujimura. Cytological studies on the internal secretory functions in the human placenta and decidua. One diagram and two double plates (ninety-six figures) 485

Volume 36 - 1921-22

Journal of Morphology 36 (1921-22)

https://archive.org/details/journalofmorphol36wist/page/n4

Horace W. Stunkard. Primary neuromeres and head segmentation. Twenty figures 331

Catalogue of The Wistar Anatomical Museum - 1850

https://archive.org/details/61140350R.nlm.nih.gov/page/n4


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