It is my purpose, in these notes, to call attention to some matters of experience in laboratory work which may be of service to other teachers and also to place on record the results of some studies by students that appear to be worthy of preservation. Laboratory work in zoology has been carried on at the Agricultural College since 1876, and for nearly all of that time under my own supervision, so that while my own specialty has kept me busy in other lines some notes from the experience of these years may be of service to teachers who may be situated in similar localities. It is needless to suggest that work in an inland laboratory will naturally take somewhat different lines than a seaside laboratory.
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"Laboratory Notes in Zoology,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 1(Pt. 4), 124-127.
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