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EANSOM, Cestodes, 465

EANVIER, osmic acid, 31 ; chromic
acid, 34; one-third alcohol, 62;



absolute alcohol, 62 ; ammonia-
carmine, 146 ; picro-carmine,
147 ; quinolein blue, 195 ; pur-
purin, 229 ; impregnation, secon-
dary, 213 ; impregnation, with
silver, 214, 215 ; with gold and
formic acid, 221 ; with gold and
lemon-juice, 221 ; after blacken-
ing of gold, 225 ; iodised serum,
237 ; injections, carmine, 259 ;
injections, Prussian blue, 261,
266 ; impregnation injections,
263 ; maceration, 271, 273, 275 ;
decalcification, 282 ; tactile
corpuscles, 334; cornea, 335,
336 ; nerve and muscle, 338 ;
plasma fibrils, 333; corpuscles
of Golgi, 340; bladder of frog,
343; medullated nerve, 416;
electric organs, 339 ; retina, 443,
445 ; areolar tissue, 345 ; eleidin,
333 ; clasmatocytes, 351 ; bone,
353 ; cochlea, 446 ; glands, 371
EAWITZ, picro nitro-chromic acid, 59 ;
picro-nitro-osmic acid, 59 ;
carmalum, 144 ; inversion stains,
197 ; artificial alizarin, 197 ;
bleaching, 286; mucicarminic
acid, 369; eyes of Lamelli-
branchs, 452; phospho-tungstic
fixative, 39; cochineal, 144;
glychsemaluin, 163 ; coerulein,
194 ; osmium stain, 226 ; harden-
ing brain, 380 ; stains for nerve
centres, 385
Eeagents, 11

EECKLINGHAUSEN, silver impregna-
tion, 215, 216
Eeconstruction, from sections, 289 ;

and see Orientation.
BEDDING, gold impregnations, 225
EEDDINQIUS, nucleoli, 325
EEDENBAUGH, narcotisation, 17
Eefraction, indices of, 235 ; of proto-
plasm, 20, 234

' EEGAUD, silver impregnation; 216;
hsematoxylin stain, 232; mito-
chondria, 328 ; myelin stain, 407



518



INDEX.



The numbers refer to the pages.



REGAUD and DUBREUIL, protargol,

216
Regressive staining, 139 ; with tar

colours, general directions, 173

176, 180
REHM, benzin colophonium, 2465

stains for nerve- cells, 387
REICHENBACH, ova of Astacus, 313
REICHERT, microtome, 10
REINHOLD-GILTAY, microtome, 11
REINKE, gentian and orange stain,

190; lysol, 276; horny tissue,

333

REJSEK, corrosion, 277
Rejuvenation of Golgi material, 426
REMAK, hardening ova, 303
Remounting, 7
RENAUT, haematoxylin and eosin,

232 ; silver staining, 216 ; cornea,

336; mitochondria, 330
Reptilia, embryology, 299 ; nervous

centres, 382
RESEGOTTI, staining by substitution,

175 ; saf ranin, 178
Resins and balsams, 244
Resorcin, imbedding method, 118
Resorcin fuchsin, 348
Re-staining old mounts, 7
Retina, 19,442-445
RETTEBER, embryology of rabbit,

293 ; bichromate sublimate, 51 ;

tendon, 340 ; smooth muscle, 342
RETTEKER and LELIEVRE, muscle and

tendon, 340

RETTERER and ZELLNER, natural in-
jections, 269

RETZITJS, methylen blue, 205, 207
REZZONICO, medullated nerve, 404
Rhabdites, 466
Rhopaltea, 17
RHUMBLER, paraffin imbedding, 79 ;

methyl green and eosin, 193
RIBBERT, phospho-molybdic luema-

toxylin, 167

Ribbon, section-cutting, 92, 96
RICHARDS, narcotisation, 16
RIEDER, fat, 352
RINGER'S solution, 236



Ringing wet mounts, 249, 250, 252
RIPART and PETIT'S liquid, 56, 318
Ripening of hsematoxylin, 152 154
RITTER, Ascidians, 306
ROBERT, Aplysia, 450
ROBERTSON, imbedding method, 115 ;

nerve-stains, 414, 417 ; platinum,

impregnation, 434
ROBIN, injections, 258, 259, 262;

natural injections, 269
ROBINSKI, silver impregnation, 215 ;

crystalline, 336

RocHON-DuviGNEAuo, retina, 443
RODIN, salt solutions, 237
ROESSLE and YOSHIDA, lymphatic

glands, 371

ROLLETT, freezing method, 118 ; cor-
nea, 273, 336

ROMANOWSKT, stain, 364, 480
ROOSEVELT, pyrogallate of iron,

227

ROSE, bone, 354
Rose B a 1'eau, 192
Rose de naphthaline, 181
Rosein, 181
ROSENSTADT, plasma fibrils, 332;

eyes of Decapods, 458
ROSENTHAL, fat, 352
ROSIN, " neutral " dyes, 131, 193 .

neutral red, 191, 389
Ross, blood, 363
Rossi, nerve stain, 414 ; blood, 360 ;

flagella, 482
ROSSOLIMOW and BUSCH, nerve-stain,

417
Rotatoria, 461, 472; embryology,

314

Roth aus Methylenblau, 199
ROTHIG, Kresofuchsin, 181 ; stains

for nervous tissue, 385
ROUGET, methylen blue, 205 ; silver

impregnation, 216, 217
ROUSSEAU, decalcification, 279, 356;

desilicification, 284 ; sponges,

474
ROUSSELET, cements, 250, 251;

aqueous mounts, 250 ; Rotatoria,

461



INDEX.



519



The numbers refer to the pages.



RUBASCHKIN, neuroglia, 440; serial

sections, 125
Rubin, basic, 181 ; " acid," Eubin S,

183

RUBINSTEIN, blood, 359
RUFFINI, corpuscles of Golgi, 341
RUPPRICHT, serial sections, 124, 125
RDPBECHT, bone, 355
Russo, Ophiothrix, 469
Ruthenium, impregnation, 227 ; red,

227
RUZICKA, nerve-cells, 325; orcein,

229 ; nucleoli, 325
RYDER, double imbedding, 114



SABUSSOW, double imbedding, 114

SACEBDOTTI, Golgi's impregnation,
426

SAEFFTIGEN, Echinorhynctts, 462

Saffrosin, 192

Safranelin, 348

Safranin, 176-178 ; for elastic tissue,
347 ; for bone, 356 ; for mucus
cells, 368 ; for nerves, 418 ; with
indigo-carmine or nigrosin, 195 ;
with Wasserblau, 196; with
Lichtgriin or Siiure-violett, 194 ;
with Kernschwarz, 228; with
haematoxylin, 232

SAHLI, balsam, 245 ; hardening nerve-
centres, 376, 378 ; myelin and
axis-cylinder stains, 418

SALA, neuroceratin, 405

Salamandra, embryology, 302

Salicylic acid, 56

BALING, ova of Tenebrio, 312 ; larvae
of Tenebrio, 456

Salivary glands, 369

SALKIND, thymus, 372

Salmonidae, embryology, 304

Salpa, 448

Salt solution, 236; for maceration,
271, 272

Salts, metallic, action of light on,

213

SAMASSA, Golgi's impregnation, 430 ;
Ctenophora, 474



SAMTER, paraffin imbedding, 79, 87
SANCHEZ, methylen blue, 206 ; neuro-

fibrils, 397
SAND, neuro-fibrils, 400; neuroglia,

440

Sandal-wood oil, 72
Sandarac for mounting, 247, 248
SANDEBS, Cox's sublimate impregna-
tion, 433

SANKEY, anilin blue-black, 384
SANZO, apparatus for fixing, 289
SARAGNONE, intracellular network,

404

SAKCOLEMMA, 337
SATA, fat, 352

SATTLEB, silver impregnation, 217
SAUER, kidney, 372
Saurefuchsin,- 130, 183 ; and orange,
184, 232 ; and hsematoxylin, 232
Saurerubin, 183
Saureviolett, 194
SAVILLE KENT, Infusoria, 53
SAVINI, picro-Sauref uchsin, 189, 344 ;
elastic tissue, 347 ; Nissl's stain,
388

SAZEPIN, antennae, 456
SCALA, Protozoa, 478
SCARP ATETTI, axis cylinder- and cell-
stain, 385

SCHAFER, muscle-cells, 337
SCHAFFER, decalcification, 280, 281,
283 ; reconstruction, 290 ; retina,
445 ; bone, 353, 354, 356 ; dehy-
dration, 4; paraffin blocks, 89;
lime salts, 320; connective
tissue, 344 ; plasma cells, 351
SCHALLIBAUM, collodion, 123
SCHANZE, microtome, 9
SCHAPER, reconstruction, 291
Scharlach R., 352 '
SCHAUDINN, Protozoa, 478, 479
SCHKNK, acetate of uranium, 57
SCHEWIAKOFF, Protozoa, 478
SCHIEFFERDECKEB, clearing agents,
68, 71 ; serial sections, 119 ; eel-
loidin imbedding, 103 ; injec-
tions, 268 ; methyl mixture, 275 ;
digestion, 277 ; retina, 445 ; car-



520



INDEX.



The numbers r
tilage, 357; muscle, 337; micro-
tome knives, 90; Weigert's
myelin stain, 409

SCHLEMMER, silver bath, 398

SCHMAUS, anilin blue-black, 384;
nerve-stain, 384

SCHMIDT, F., embryology of Pul-
monata, 308

SCHMIDT, G., inethylen blue, 209

SCHMORL, bone, 357 ; serial sections,
122

SCHNEIDER, AIME, injection of Ar-
thropods, 458

SCHNEIDER, ANTON, aceto-carmine,
145

SCHNEIDER, R., iron, 320

SCHOEBEL, washing apparatus, 4

SCHOLZ, acetone, 63

SCHONEMANN, serial sections, 124;
reconstruction, 291

SCHONLEIN, Aplysia, 450

SCHREIBER, Golgi's impregnation,428

SCHRIDDE, decalcification, 282 ; fixa-
tion, 288; plasma-cells, 351;
blood, 361

SCHROTTER, stains for nervous tissue,
385, 414

SCHUBERG, dahlia, 180 ; Romanowsky
stain, 366, 480 ; cilia of Infusoria,
475

SCHUBERG and SCHROEDER, macera-
tion, 275

SCHULTZ, smooth muscle, 342

SCHULTZE, P. E., palladium chloride,
52, 227; section-stretcher, 94;
dehydration, 4

SCHULTZE, MAX, iodised serum, 237 ;
acetate of potash, 30, 238;
retina, 445

SCHULTZE, O., ova of Amphibia, 302;
haematoxylin, 166, 168 ; muscle
and tendon, 340

SCHUMACHER, elastic tissue, 348;
spleen, 371

SCHURMAYER, Infusoria, 476

SCHDTZ, neurofibrils, 399

SCHWALBE, impregnation, 213 ; coch-
lea, 445



SCHWARZE, Cercarise, 466
SCHYDLOWSKI, paraffin imbedding,

79

SCLAVO, flagella, 483
SCOTT, F. H., blood, 362 ; phosphorus,

320

SCOTT, S., inner ear, 447
SCOTT and OSBORN, embryology of

Triton, 301
Scyphistomes, 473
Sealing-wax varnish, 253
Secretion granules, 327
Sections, collodionisation, 95, 383;

cutting paraffin, 93 ; ribbons of,

96 ; rolling of, 9395 ; flatten-
ing, 97; mounting, 119 et seq. ;

reconstruction from, 289
Section-flattening, 97
Section-grinding, 115
Section-stretchers, 94
Section-stretching, 9395
SEELIGER, Antedon, 470
SEHRWALD, Golgi's impregnation,

429, 430

SEIDENMANN, methylen blue, 206
SEILER, carmine and indigo-carmine,

229; alcohol balsam, 246; de-
calcification, 283
Selachii, embryology, 305 ; blood,

237
SELENKA, imbedding apparatus, 79,

88 ; embryology, 294
SELIGMANN, methods for the eye,

442
Serial section mounting, 119 et seq. ;

paraffin sections, 119 et seq.;

watery sections, 125; celloidin

sections, 125
Serum, iodised, 237, 238 ; maceration

in, 271

SEVEREANU, injection, 268
SHEARER, nephridia, 460
Shell, 452
Shellac, for imbedding, 115, 117;

varnish, 253; injection masses,

268

Sida, ova, 313
" Siebdosen," 4



INDEX.



521



The numbers refer to the pages.



SIEBENMANN, labyrinth, 447

Sieve-dishes, 4

SILBERMANN and OZOEOWITZ, glyco-

gen, 320

Silver nitrate, see Nitrate of silver.
Silver, other salts, 216
Siphon, Ewald's capillary, 4
Siphonophora, 473
Siredon, embryology, 301
Sixth sense, 335
SJOBRING, formol, 64
SJOVALL, intracellular network, 404
Skin, 331 et seq.
SKROBANSKY, anilin blue, 196
Slides, cleaning, 121, 484
SMIENOW, tactile corpuscles, 334;

epidermis of Lumbricus, 424
SMITH, G., eyes of Gastropoda, 451
SMITH, HOPEWELL, odontoblasts, 355
SMITH, LOKRAIN, fat, 353
SMITH, S., serial sections, 122
Smooth muscle, 341
SNESSAREW, connective tissue, 346
Soap imbedding, 100, 465
SOBOTTA, imbedding ova, 289 ; ova of
mouse, 294; of rabbit, 294; of
Salmonidae, 304; of Amphioxus,
305

Soda, for maceration, 272 ; for corro-
sion, 278; for bleaching, 286;
hypochlorite of, seeHypochlorite.
Soda carmine, 146, 384
Sodium, iodate, 32; chloride, 236;

peroxide, 285
Solferino, 181
SOLGER, bleaching, 285; salivary

glands, 369 ; sarcolemma, 337
Solid green, 194
SOLLAS, freezing mass, 118
SONNENBRODT, bichromate of calcium

liquid, 44 ; ovary of fowl, 44
SOULIER, maceration, 272
SOUZA, pyridin, 62
SPEE, prepared paraffin, 99
Sphserozoa, 479
Spicules of sponges, 278, 474
SPIELMEYER, myelin stain, 407
" Spiegelf arbung," 326



Spinal cord, tee Neurological
methods.

Spines of Echinoidea, 468

Spirit-proof cement, 251

Spirit blue, 195

Spleen, 371

Sponges, 278, 474, 475

Sporozoa, 478, 479

SPULER, sublimate, 48, 51, 66;
formol mixture, 66 ; iron cochi-
neal, 146

SQUIRE, benzol, toluol, xylol, 73;
origanum oil, 72 ; bluing haema-
toxylin stains, 160; Kleinen-
berg's hsematoxylin, 165 ; methyl
green, 172; Saurefuchsin, 184;
Ehrlich-Biondi stain, 185 ; salts
of gold, 219; haematoxylin and
Saurefuchsin, 232; glycerin
jeUy, 242; decalcification, 282,
283

SSOBOLEW, honing knives, 91

" Stabilit," 110

STAHL, immobilisation of Infusoria,
476

Staining, in bulk and on the slide, 7 ;
tubes for, 7 ; reagents for, 11 ;
generalities on, 129142; with
carmine, 141 ; with hsematoxylin,
152; with tar colours, 169;
practice of, 138 ; old mounts, 7 ;
theories of, 129 ; progressive, 138,
169; regressive, 139, 173; sub-
stantive and adjective, 133 ; by
substitution, 175; intra vitam,
136,201,203

Stains, combined, 228 et seq. ; com-
bined, with carmine, 229; com-
bined, with hsematein, 231
Stains, kinds of, 129 ; specific, 129 ;
nuclear, 130, 324; plasmatic,
130; inverted, 135; choice of,
140 ; cytological, 324330 ;
metallic, 212227
STAFFERS, fixation of Sympoda, 455
Starch, injection, 268
STARKE, osmicated fat, 352
STATKBWITSCH, Protozoa, 476



522



INDEX.



The numbers refer to the pages.



Statoblasts, 306

STAUFFACHEE, embryology of Cyclas,
309

STEIN, temporal bone, 279, 446

STEIN ACH, sieve -dishes, 4

STEMPELL, Sporozoa, 479

STEPANOW, celloidin, 114 ; double
imbedding, 114 ; freezing me-
thod, 118

STEPHENS, stain for flageUa, 483

STEPHENSON'S high refractive
medium, 243

STEELING, double imbedding, 114

STIELING, maceration, 272

STOELZNEE, sublimate solution, 48;
lime salts, 320; myelin stain,
407

STOHB, eosin, 231

Storax, see Styrax.

STOECH, Weigert's neuroglia stain,
440

Stovaine, for narcotisation, 462

Stoves, 85

STEAHUBEE, axis cylinder stain, 437

STEASSEE, section-stretcher, 94 ; col-
lodion-paper method, 124, 128;
gelatin method, 125; recon-
struction, 291 ; imbedding
nervous system, 383

STEECKKB, hardening and staining,
378

STBEETEE, myelin stain, 414

STEICHT, VAN DEE, bergamot oil and
fatty granules, 71 ; decalcifica-
tion, 283; ova of Turbellaria,
314

STEICKEE, gum imbedding, 115

STEOEBE, myelin stain, 418

STEONG, fixing nerve-centres, 382;
Golgi impregnation, 427 ; myelin
stain, 415, 417 ; fixing mixture,
67

STBOPENI, plasma cells, 350

STUDNICKA, connective tissue, 346

Sfylaria, 18

Styrax, 248

Sublamin, 51

Sublimate, corrosive, generalities,



45; fixation with, 45 et seq. ;
acetic solutions, 45; various
mixtures, 47, 48, 50, 66 ; alcoholic,
48; preservative liquids, 239;
hardening, 381

Substantive staining, 133

Substitution in staining, 175

Subtriessig, 56

SUCHANNEK. sieve-dishes, 4; berga-
mot oil, 71 ; anilin oil, 73 ; serial
sections, 119; Venice turpentine,
246

Sudan III, 352

SDLIMA, chloreton, 15

Sulphate of copper, for fixing, 43,
303, 473 ; for staining, 227 ; for
impregnation, 437

Sulphate of chromium, 380

Sulphate of iron, 156

Sulphate of magnesia, narcotisation,
17

Sulphide of carbon, 82, 235

Sulphides for impregnation, 227

Sulphindigotate of soda, 229

Sulphocyanides, 272

Sulphorhodamin, 138

Sulphur, refractive index, 235

Sulphuric acid, for maceration, 275

Sulphurous acid, for bleaching osmic
material, 31 ; for bichromate
ditto, 42, 285 ; for fixing, 44 ;
for decalcification, 282

SUMITA, iron, 320

SUMMEES, ether method, 125

Sunning metallic salts, 213

SUSCHKIN, embryos of birds, 297

SUSSDOEF, mucin, 368

SUSUKI, dehydration, 4

Syrup, mounting media, 238 ; for
freezing, 117, 118

SZUTZ, alizarin stain, 198; gold
method, 225 ; mito-chondria, 330

T.

Tachiol, 397
Tactile corpuscles, 334
Txnia, 465 ; ova, 314
TAENZKE, elastic tissue, 347



INDEX.



523



The numbers refer to the pages.

TAFANI, inner ear, 447 i TIMOFEJEW, hardening nerve-tissue,

TAGUCHI, injection, 267 381 ; methylen blue, 210 ; liver,

"TAL," Golgi's sublimate method, 371



433

TANDLER, injection, 264

Tannin, examination medium, 239;
for demonstrating cilia, 477

Tar colours, 169 et seq.

Tardigrada, 458

TABTUFEBI, cornea, 336 ; retina, 444

Teeth, 354 355

Tegumentary organs, 331 336

TEICHMANN, white injection, 262;
linseed oil injection, 268

Teleostea, embryology, 303

TELJATNIK, myelin stain, 417

TELLTESNICKT, nitric acid, 39 ; acetic
bichromate, 42 ; f ormol mixture,
65 ; toning bath, 392

Telsons, 456

Tendon, 340 et seq.

Tenebrio, ova, 312 ; larvae, 456

Terpinol, 72 ; index, 235

Test-cells of Ascidians, 306

Tetrachloride of carbon, 81, 82

THANHOFFEE, silver nitrate, 217

THATE, microtome, 10

THEOHABI, granules, 323

Theridium, ova, 312

THIERSCH, indigo-carmine, 229 ; car-
mine injection, 261 ; Prussian
blue injection, 262 ; green and
yellow injection, 262

Thimbles, paper, 78

THIN, retina, 271

Thionin, 179 ; for impregnation, 210 ;
for nerve-cells, 388 ; for mucus-
cells, 368

Thiophen green, 194

THOMA, microtome, 9 ; decalcifica-
tion, 281 ; corrosion, 277 ; injec-
tion, 260

THOME, Ehrlich-Biondi stain, 185

Thread-cells, 470

Thus, gum, 248

Thyme oil, 72

Thymus, 372

Tigroid bodies, 386389, 398



Tin haematoxylin, 168

Tintinnodea, 478

TIBMANN, iron, 320

TISCHATKIN, dehydration, 4

TIZZONI, alum-carmine, 143

Tobacco narcotisation, 13, 17, 317

TOISON, blood, 362

Tolu balsam, 235 ; cement, 253

Toluen, see Toluol.

Toluidin blue, chromatin stain, 180 ;
for impregnation, 210; for nerve-
cells, 388; for neuro-fibrils,401
for myelin, 414

Toluol, for clearing, 73 ; for imbed-
ding, 81 ; for preserving, 5

TOMASELLI, neuro-fibrils, 402

Tongue, of frog, 335 ; of rabbit, 335

Toning baths for silver stains, 392,
393, 397, 398, 399, 431

TONKOFF, bleu de Lyon, 196

TOBNIER, haematoxylin and subli-
mate, 166

Torpedo, 339

Tortoise, embryology, 299

TOURNEUX and HEEEMANN, silver
impregnation, 216

TOWEE, Cestodes, 465

TOZEE, Rotifers, 462

Tracheae, 456

Tracheata, 455

TBAMBUSTI, Ehrlich-Biondi stain,
186

Trays for imbedding, 77

Trematodes, 465 ; embryology, 315

TRENKMANN, stain for flagella, 483

TREZEBINSKI, ganglion cells, 381

Triacid mixture, 187

Trichinae, 463

Trichloracetic acid, 56, 282

Trichlorlactic acid, 56

Trichohyalin, 333

Triton, embryology, 301

Trypanosomes, 480

Trypsin digestion, 276, 277

TSCHERNISCHEFF, colloxylin, 103, 114



524



INDEX.



The numbers refer to the pages.



TSCHEBNTSCHEW and KABTJSIN, nerve-
stain, 412

TSCHISCH, liquid of Erlicki, 43

TDBBT, celloidin, 104

Tubes for staining on slide, 7

TULLBEBG, narcotisation, 17

Tunicata, 448; embryology, 306;
gemmation, 306

Turbellaria, 466; embryology, 306,
314

Turpentine, cement, 252

Turpentine, oil of, for clearing, 72 ;
for imbedding, 81 ; for mount-
ing, 247

Turpentine, Venice, 246; cement,
252

TWOBT, stain for blood-parasites,



U.

UEXKULL, asphyxiation, 18

UNUEBWOOD, teeth, 356

Unio, ova and glochidia, 309

UNNA, osmic mixture, 32; washing
out chromic objects, 33 ; ripen-
ing haematoxylin, 152; haema-
toxylin solution, 162, 164 ; kera-
tohyalin, 333 ; plasma fibrils,
332; smooth muscle, 341; con-
nective tissue, 344, 345 ; plasma
cells and Mastzellen, 349, 350;
elastic tissue, 347 ; fibrin, 368 ;
mucin, 368; celloidin, 103;
prickle cells, 332; glycerin
ether, 349 ; oil of Gaultheria,
72 ; carbol-pyronin, 183 ; poly-
chrome methylen blue, 199;
digestion, 320 ; "Wasserblau and
orcein, 332, 334, 341, 344 ; tyro-
sin, 334 ; orcein for elastic tissue.
347

UNNA and GOLODETZ, iron stain,
227 ; keratohyalin, 333

UPBON, impregnation methods, 384,
436

Uranium, acetate, 57

Ussow, ova of Cephalopoda, 307



V.



Vacuum imbedding, 85, 86
VALLE, DELLA, Amphipoda, 313
VAN BENEDEN, see BENEDEN ; and

for all names with the prefix

VAN see the patronymics.
Vanadium chloride stain, 435
Vanadium hsematoxylin, 167
Varnish, negative, for mounting,

248

Varnishes, 249 et seq.
Vaso-dilators for injections, 257, 453
VASSALE, Weigert's nerve-stain, 409 ;

Marchi's nerve stain, 415
VASSALE and DONAGGIO, Golgi's im-
pregnation, 428
VASTABINI-CBESI, medullated nerve,

417 ; section cutting,' 94 ; glyco-

gen, 320 ; cartilage, 357
VEJAS, nerve-tissue, 384
VEJDOVSKT, Gordius, 463
VENDEBOVIC, Marchi's nerve stain,

416
Venice turpentine, for mounting,

246 ; cement, 252
Ventral cord, of Arthropods, 457
VEBATTI, Golgi impregnation, 403
VEBHOEFF, elastic tissue, 348
VeretUlum, 13
Veridine, 170
Vermes, 458 et seq.; embryology,

314316
Vert en cristaux, v. lumiere, v.

d'Eusebe, v. d'alcali, 170
VEBWOBN, Cristatella, 15
Vesuvin, 172
VIALLANES, collodion imbedding,

107 ; gold method, 221 ; eyes of

Palinurus, 458
VIALLETON, ova of fowl, 298; of

Cephalopods, 307
Victoria blue, 180
Victoria green, 194
VIGNAL, osmic acid, 31
VILLE, carmine injections, 260
Violet B, 196 ; of Lauth, 179
VIBCHOW, action of light on chromic

objects, 33



INDEX.



525



The numbers refer to the pages.



Visibility, index of, 234, 245

VIVANTE, bone, 356

VOGT and YUNG, Annelids, 458 ;
Gephyrea, 461; Cestodes, 464;
Holothurids, 467

VOLK, peroxide of hydrogen, 18;
Eotifers, 461

VOM BATH, picro- sublimate mix-
tures, 50 ; osmio- sublimate, 50 ;
picro - osmic acid, 59 ; picro-
platinic mixtures, 59

VON EBNEE, see EBNEB ; and for all
names with the prefix VON see
the respective patronymics.

Vorticellida?, 16

VOSMAEB, section grinding, 116 ; re-
construction, 290

VOSMAEB and PEKELHABING, sponges,
474

VOSSELEB, Venice turpentine, 246;
wax feet, 270 ; cement, 252

W.

WADDINGTON, narcotisation, 14 ; fix-
ing Infusoria, 44 ; demonstrating
cilia, 477

WAJTE, ova of Homarus, 313

WALDETEB, decalcification, 280 ;
cochlea, 447

WALSEM, VAK, knife warmer, 93 ;
paraffin, 99 ; nerve-stain, 414

WABD, asphyxiation, 18; Sipuncvlus,
461

WABD'S brown cement, 250

WASHBTTBN, embryology of Gastro-
poda, 308

"W ashing out fixing liquids, 2, 25, 32

WASIELEWSKT, Sporozoa, 479

Wasserblau, 196, 345, 341

WASSEHMANN, iron, 320

WATASE, ova of Cephalopoda, 307

Water, fresh or warm, for killing,
18; refractive index, 235; sea-
water, do., 235 ; as an examina-
tion medium, 236; method for
serial sections, 119 ; test for, 62

Water-baths, 85

Water-blue, 196



Wax feet, 270

WEBB, dextrin freezing mass, 118
WEBER, A., serial sections, 125
WEBEH, E., Eotatoria, 461 ; Echino-
idea, 468 ; Siphonophora, 473 ;
Asteroidea, 468; Holothurids,
468

WKBSTEB, naphtha for imbedding,
82

WEDL, orchella, 229

WEIDENBEICH, eleidin, 333 ; blood,
360 ; spleen, 371

WEIGEBT, serial sections, 127 ; clear-
ing celloidin, 111 ; Bismarck
brown, 172 ; picro-Saurefuchsin,
189, 233 ; varnish, for mounting,
248; hardening nerve centres,
375, 377 ; stain for nuclear
figures, 159 ; myelin stains, 408
414, 415 ; Golgi's impregna-
tion, 425 ; neuroglia stain, 438 ;
elastic tissue, 348 ; fibrin stain,
367 ; iron hsematoxylin, 159, 233

WEIL, section- grinding, 117 ; teeth,
355

WEISS, P., address, 11

WELCKE, flagella, 483

WELLHEIM, PFEIFFEK VON, iron-car-
mine, 145

WEBMEL, blood, 362

WEBNEB, smooth muscle, 342

WESTEB, chitin, 456

WEYSSE, embryology of Sus, 294

Whartonian jelly, 368

WHEELEB, embryology of Blattida,
311

Whetting knives, 91

WHITE, bone and teeth, 354

White of egg, freezing method, 118 ;
section fixatives, 122, 123 ; exa-
mination media, 237, 239; in-
jection mass, 267 ; refractive
index, 235

WHITING, spleen, 371

WHITMAN, chromo-platinic mixture,
40 ; ova of Amphibia, 300, 302 ;
pelagic ova, 305; Hirudinea, 460

WICKEESHEIMEK'S fluid, 239

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INDEX.



The numbers refer to the pages.



WIDAKOWICH, embryology of mouse,
295.

WIDMANN, eyes of Arachnida, 458

WUHE, VAN, ammonia-carmine, 146 ;
picro-carmine, 147 ; cartilagi-
nous skeletons, 358

WILHELMI, Triclads, 67, 467 ; double
imbedding, 114; picro Saure-
fuchsin, 189

WILL, embryological methods, 299

WlLLE BRAND, blood, 363

WIMMER, neuroglia, 440

WINIWARTER, embryological me-
thods, 295

WINIWARTER and SAINMONT, orange
method, 189

WILSON, Alcyonaria, 472 ; orienta-
tion, 87 ; imbedding box, 79

WINTEHSTEINER, serial sections, 128

WISTINGHATTSEN, VON, hsematein
stains, 160

WITT, DE, elastic tissue, 348

WITTMAACK, myelin stain, 417; inner
ear, 446

WOLFF, ELISE, staining bichromate
material, 42 ; thionin stains,
180; fibrin, 368; elastic tissue,
347 ; orcein, 229

WOLFF, M., freezing, 117

WOLFF, W., bladder of frog, 342

WOLFRUM, elastic tissue, 348

Wollschwartz, 481

WOLTERS, hsematoxylin nerve-stain,
412 ; vanadium nerve-stain, 435 ;
cartilage and bone, 357

WOODLAND, Holothurids, 468 ; larvae
of Echinoderms, 470

WOOD-WORTH, orienting in paraffin,
87; reconstruction, 290

WRIGHT, blood - cells, 367 ; blood-
plates, 367

WUNDERER, nerve-endings, 338

WTNN, nerve-stain, 412
X.

Xylol, index of, 235 ; for clearing
paraffin sections, 73; celloidin
sections, 111 ; for imbedding, 81,
82, 83 ; for preserving, 5



Xylol balsam, 235, 245

Y.

YAMAGIWA, neuroglia, 442
YOUNG, methylene blue, 206
YVON, test for water, 62

Z.

ZACHARIAS, acetic alcohol, 55 ; iron-
carmine, 146 ; Flagellata, 481 ;
Copepoda; 454

ZALESKI, iron, 320

ZANDER, test for Chitin, 456

ZAWARSIN, cornea, 336

ZENKER, fixing mixture, 50

ZERNECKE, Ligula, 465

ZETTNOW, flagella, 483

ZIEGLER, decalcification, 282

ZIEGWALLNER, glycogen, 320

ZIEHEN, gold and sublimate method,
434

ZIEHL, carbolic fuchsin, 181

ZIELINA, blood, 359

ZIMMER, picro-acetic acid, 58

ZIMMERMANN, A., sieve-dishes, 4;
micro-chemistry, 321 ; nucleoli,
324

ZIMMERMANN, K. W., Golgi's impreg-
nation, 431 ; bone, 355 ; con-
nective tissue, 346

Zinc chloride, for fixing, 53; for



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