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Memoirs of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology

This series of Monographs was begun for the purpose of presenting the results of original investigations which were too extensive for incorporation in the current periodicals.

Since the early issues of the series the demands of biological science in our country for a publication of this type have become more urgent and more clearly defined. It is the intention of The Wistar Institute and of the Editors to provide, as far as possible, for these needs and to continue in a more formal manner the publication of the scries which is intended to receive extensive original monographs based on either experimental or descriptive investigations in the field of Anatomy.

This series is open to all qualified investigators in Anatomy. The journal is edited by Dr. George S. Huntington with the collaboration of Dr. Charles R. Stockard and Dr. Herbert M. Evans.

Historic Journals: Amer. J Anat. | Am J Pathol. | Anat. Rec. | J Morphol. | J Anat. | J Comp. Neurol. | Johns Hopkins Med. J | Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A | J Physiol. | Ref. Handb. Med. Sci. | J Exp. Zool. | Yale J Biol. Med. | Anat. Anz. | Memoirs of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology | Quart. Rev. Biol.


1911

Huntington GS. The anatomy and development of the systemic lymphatic vessels in the domestic cat. (1911) Memoirs of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology No. 1.

1914

Schulte HW. Early stages of vasculogenesis in the cat (fells domestica) with especial reference to the mesenchymal origin of endothelium. (1914) Memoirs of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology No. 3.

1915

Huber GC. The Development of the Albino Rat (Mus norvegicus albinus). (1915) J Morphol. 26(2).

Donaldson H. The Rat - Reference tables and data for the albino rat (Mus norvegicus albinus) and the Norway rat (Mus norvegicus). (1915) Memoirs of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, No. 6, Philadelphia.

Stockard CR. An experimental analysis of the origin of blood and vascular endothelium. (1915) Memoirs of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology No. 7.

1919

Tilney F. and Warren LF. The morphology and evolutional significance of the pineal body. (1919) Memoirs of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, No. 9, Philadelphia.


1923

Wada T. Anatomical and physiological studies on the growth of the inner ear of the albino rat. (1923) Memoirs of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, No. 10, Philadelphia.


THE AMERICAN ANATOMICAL MEMOIRS

This series of Monographs was begun for the purpose of presenting the results of original investigations which were too extensive for incorporation in the current periodicals.

Since the early issues of the series the demands of biological science in our country for a publication of this type have become more urgent and more clearly defined. It is the intention of The Wistar Institute and of the Editors to provide, as far as possible, for these needs and to continue in a more formal manner the publication of the scries which is intended to receive extensive original monographs based on either experimental or descriptive investigations in the field of Anatomy.

This series is open to all qualified investigators in Anatomy. The journal is edited by Dr. George S. Huntington with the collaboration of Dr. Charles R. Stockard and Dr. Herbert M. Evans.

The publication will appear as consecutive numbers of varying sizes issued at irregular intervals, each number containing but one monograph. Bibliographic cards, with authors' iibsl i ads, are issued in advance of each number.


The first seven numbers of the series appeared under the title of "Memoirs of The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology." They are as follows:

No. 1. The Anatomy and Development of the Systemic Lymphatic Vessels in the Domestic Cat, by George S. Huntington, Professor of Anatomy, Columbia University, New York City 175 pages of text, 8 text figures (two in color), 254 Photomicrographs and 21 colored plates. Sent postpaid to any country for $5.00. 191 J.

No. 2. Contribution to the Study of the Hypophysis Cerebrl with Especial Reference to Its Comparative Histology, by Frederick Tilney, Associate in Anatomy, Columbia University, New York City. 72 pages of text, 2 text figures, 60 photomicrographs and plates. (Out of print.) ' 1911.

No. 3. Early Stages of Vasculogenesis in the Cat (Fells domestica) with Especial Reference to the Mesenchymal Origin of Endothelium, by H. Von W. Schulte, Department of Anatomy, Columbia University, New York City. 90 pages of text and 33 figures, of which 14 are in colors. Sent postpaid to any country for $1.50. 1914.

No. 4. The Development of the Lymphatic System in Fishes, with Especial Reference to its Development in the Trout, by C. F. W. McClure, Department of Comparative Anatomy, Prince- ton University. 140 pages, 41 figures, 11 of which are in colors. Sent postpaid to any country for $2.50. 1915.

No. 5. The Development of the Albino Rat, Mus norvegicus albinus, by G. Carl 1 Tuber, Department of Anatomy, University of Michigan and The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology. Philadelphia. 142 pages of text and 42 figures from drawings by the author. (Out of print.) 1915

No. 6. The Rat, compiled and edited by Henry H. Donaldson. Reference tables and data for the Albino Rat (Mus norvegicus albinus), and the Norway Rat (Mus norvegicus), 280 pages. (Out of print. New edition in preparation.) 1915.

No. 7. An Experimental Analysis of the Origin of Blood and Vascular Endothelium, by Charles R. Stockard, Department of Anatomy, Cornell University Medical School, New York City, 174 pages. Sent postpaid to any country for $2.50. 1915.

No. 8. On the Behavior of Bufo and Rana toward Colloidal Dyes of the Acid Azo Group ?. W. McClure, Laboratory of Comparative Anatomy, Princeton any country for $1.25. 1918.

No. 9. The Morphology and Evolutional Significance of the Pineal Body, by Frederick Tilney, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Neurology, Columbia University, New York, and Luther F. Warren, A.B.,"M.D., Professor of Medicine. Long Island College Hospital, N. Y. Part 1. A contribution to the study of the epiphysis cerebri with an interpretation of the morphological, physiological, and clinical evidence. 258 pages, 97 figures. Price, $3.00. 1919.

No. 10. Anatomical and Physiological Studies on the Growth of the Inner Ear of the Albino Rat, by Tokujiro Wada, The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology. 174 pages, 124 tables, 42 charts, 12 figures and 2 plates. Price, postpaid to any country, $4.00. 1923.

No. 11. The Pigmentary, Growth and Endocrine Disturbances induced in the Anuran Tadpole by the Early Ablation of the Pars Buccalis of the Hypophysis, by P. E. Smith, Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University of California. 112 pages of text, 40 pages of illustrations, including 2 colored figures and 7 Heliotype plates. Price, postpaid, $3.00. 1920.

No. 8 of the series is the first to appear under the new title.




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