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Allen, M. Y.Pond Life for BeginnersIssue 2 Page 7

Allen, W. E.The Collecting of Microscopic MaterialIssue 42 Page 20

Baker, T. T.Contrast Filters in MicrographyIssue 13 Page 3

Grain in PhotomicrographyIssue 14 Page 23

Barnard, J. E.Summary: Setting up the Microscope for Dark Ground IluminationIssue 18 Page 28

Bagshaw, W.The Microscope as a HobbyIssue 10 Page 19

Bause, C. F.The Mounting of Freshwater AlgaeIssue 20 Page 20

Belling, J.The Scientific Use of the High Power Microscope in CytologyIssue 17 Page 26

Bradbury, S. G.Location of areas for Photomicrography of Microscopical SpecimensIssue 14 Page 27

Bright, T. B.The Microscope in the Textile IndustriesIssue 13 Page 25

Brislee, F. J.Dark Ground Illumination for High PowersIssue 3 Page 4

Test objectsIssue 6 Page 16

Uranium Glass in MicroscopyIssue 8 Page 11

Elementary Technique of the microscope – Critical IlluminationIssue 10 Page 6

Elementary Technique of the microscope – Dark Ground IlluminationIssue 11 Page 6

Elementary Technique of the microscope – Illumination of Opaque ObjectsIssue 12 Page 15

Elementary Technique of the microscope – Measurements with the MicroscopeIssue 13 Page 7

Elementary Technique of the microscope – Use of High PowersIssue 14 Page 4

Hyrax as a Mountant for DiatomsIssue 25 Page 10

Brown, N. E.The Structure of Diatoms (I)Issue 27 Page 12

The Structure of Diatoms (II)Issue 28 Page 10

Brown, N.E.Some Interesting Test ObjectsIssue 24 Page 10

Brown, N. E.The Blow Fly’s Tongue as it should be SeenIssue 15 Page 22

The One-sixth ObjectiveIssue 19 Page 15

Bryce, D. L.The Rotifers of Bogs and Boggy PondsIssue 18 Page 8

Burke, J. F.Microscopical MineralogogyIssue 33 Page 3

Petrology with an ‘Edinburgh H’Issue 8 Page 17

Cartwright, W.The Preparation of Metals for Microscopic ExaminationIssue 13 Page 14

Close, J. K.Fairy FliesIssue 29 Page 3

Micrometer Scales on PhotomicrographsIssue 35 Page 19

Clothier, W. C.Projection with the MicroscopeIssue 34 Page 13

Cole, A. C.The Star Test for Microscope ObjectivesIssue 7 Page 16

Relief Staining of Bacteria, Protozoa, and InfusoriaIssue 10 Page 23

Filterable Viruses and the Limits of VisibilityIssue 19 Page 12

Cole, M. J.The Preparation and Mounting of Hepatics, Mycetozoa, etc.Issue 8 Page 6

Cook, W. R. I.Some Primitive fungal Root and Stem ParasitesIssue 19 Page 3

A Simple Method of Staining Fungi in Fine RootsIssue 19 Page 9

Notes on Embedding Very Delicate Plant TissueIssue 23 Page 3

Water Moulds (I)Issue 28 Page 3

Water Moulds (II)Issue 29 Page 12

Coon, J. M.Microscopical Methods for MycetozoaIssue 22 Page 3

Camera Lucida DrawingIssue 46 Page 20

Coper, A.Thoughts on Microscope ConstructionIssue 9 Page 21

Cuzner, E.HydrozoaIssue 1 Page 11

Davies, F. (and Francis, E. T. B.)A method of Displaying Neurological Sections and Other MaterialIssue 42 Page 10

Daniell, G. F.The Microscope as a Geological Time RecorderIssue 21 Page 7

Editor, TheGetting the Best out of the Abbe IlluminatorIssue 16 Page 26

Dark-Ground Illumination Part 1.Issue 27 Page 9

Dark-Ground Illumination Part 2.Issue 28 Page 13

Dark-Ground Illumination Part 3.Issue 29 Page 16

Dark-Ground Illumination Part 4.Issue 30 Page 14

Oblique LightIssue 23 Page 18

Aberrations - ChromaticIssue 34 Page 21

Aberrations – Spherical AberrationIssue 35 Page 12

Aberrations - ComaIssue 36 Page 16

Aberrations – Astigmatism and CurvatureIssue 37 Page 13

Which Eyepiece Shall I Use?Issue 41 Page 24

The Concave MirrorIssue 43 Page 16

Note: Mounting in AirIssue 43 Page 23

The Simple MicroscopeIssue 44 Page 13

Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Bacteriological Microscopy, Critical Observational MethodsIssue 1 Page 7

Highest Power Dark Ground PhotographyIssue 6 Page 13

A Micrometrically Standardised Diatom Test PlateIssue 11 Page 14

Ciliary Movement in DiatomsIssue 14 Page 3

Hints to Beginners (I)Issue 15 Page 8

Hints to Beginners (II)Issue 16 Page 14

Hints to Beginners (III)Issue 17 Page 14

Hints to Beginners (IV)Issue 18 Page 10

Hints to Beginners (V)Issue 19 Page 19

A Newly Observed Coscinodiscus Secondary StructureIssue 31 Page 21

Ellis, H.The Microscope in the Service of TextilesIssue 24 Page 3

The Microscope in the Service of Textiles – Part II (Fibre Microscopy)Issue 25 Page 3

Fant, R. J.Cultures for the Zoological Laboratory – 1. Amoeba, ParameciumIssue 40 Page 3

Cultures for the Zoological Laboratory – 2. Euglena, HydraeIssue 41 Page 14

An Aquarium for InvertebratesIssue 42 Page 6

Fonbrune, Pierre de.New Methods of MicromanipulationIssue 47 Page 3

F, J.H.The Preservation of Aquatic LarvaeIssue 9 Page 26

Francis, E. T. B. (and Davies, F.)A method of Displaying Neurological Sections and Other MaterialIssue 42 Page 10

Fuge, D. P.Note on the Reserve Cellulose or Hemi-cellulose in the Wood Fibres of the Black PoplarIssue 3 Page 19

‘Spread’ Diatom SlidesIssue 14 Page 20

Navicula viridisIssue 15 Page 13

CoscinodiscusIssue 16 Page 19

Pleurosigma angulatumIssue 17 Page 9

The Collection and Preparation of DiatomsIssue 18 Page 16

Unusual Diatom FormsIssue 20 Page 8

Three Diatoms from YorkshireIssue 23 Page 8

TriceratiumIssue 26 Page 13

Two new Kittoneas, a Diatom NoteIssue 38 Page 3

Kittonea (?) virgata G. & S. With a Note on the Genus Hemiaulus and its ‘mucro’Issue 40 Page 12

‘Glaux’Hepatics and MycetozoaIssue 5 Page 16

Gray, H. J.A Method of Mounting Crystals for the Micro-polariscopeIssue 11 Page 17

Memoranda of a MounterIssue 15 Page 26

Gray, PeterThe Preparation of Microscope Slides from Freshwater Micro-fauna (I) - Narcotisation and FixationIssue 35 Page 3

The Preparation of Microscope Slides from Freshwater Micro-fauna (II) – The Process of Mounting in Fluid, Gum or Gelatine MediaIssue 36 Page 10

The Preparation of Microscope Slides from Freshwater Micro-fauna (III) – Mounting in Resinous MediaIssue 37 Page 8

Ring that SlideIssue 38 Page 16

Grier, W. D.The Microscopy of RayonIssue 18 Page 13

Some Notes on Cements and FinishesIssue 22 Page 17

Hardy, E.The Microscope in Ornithology (I)Issue 28 Page 18

The Microscope in Ornithology (II)Issue 29 Page 20

Harris, G. T.Preparation and Mounting of Freshwater AlgaeIssue 3 Page 9

The Microscope in the Study of MossesIssue 7 Page 6

The Desmideae (I)Issue 9 Page 16

The Desmideae (II)Issue 10 Page 13

The Desmideae (III)Issue 11 Page 9

The Desmideae (IV)Issue 12 Page 6

The Desmideae (V)Issue 13 Page 9

The Desmideae (VI)Issue 14 Page 8

Permanent Fluid MountsIssue 27 Page 18

The Oedogoniales (I)Issue 31 Page 14

The Oedogoniales (II)Issue 32 Page 8

The Oedogoniales (III)Issue 33 Page 8

Hector, C. M.Formalin, Formol, and FormaldehydeIssue 36 Page 22

Hepworth, J. W.The Compound Eye of the Water BeetleIssue 31 Page 8

Holder, J. T.A First Attempt at Mounting, Insect Preparations Made Without PressureIssue 23 Page 22

How, E. J.The Microscope and CrystallographyIssue 6 Page 21

Hurrell, H. E.Freshwater PolyzoaIssue 16 Page 9

The Romance of Pond Hunting (I)Issue 18 Page 22

The Romance of Pond Hunting (II)Issue 19 Page 22

Ivimey-Cook, W. R.High Power IlluminantsIssue 31 Page 12

Jane, F. W.The Microscopic Examination of Woody Material (I)Issue 27 Page 3
The Microscopic Examination of Woody Material (II)Issue 29 Page 8

Johnson, J.Are You Getting the Best Out of your MicroscopeIssue 24 Page 20

Jones, A. M.Note on the Blow Fly ProboscisIssue 7 Page 20

Test Objects for BeginnersIssue 17 Page 28

Jones, C.Piperine as a Mounting MediumIssue 5 Page 11

Testing ObjectivesIssue 16 Page 22

On the Stability of Mounting MediaIssue 26 Page 10

Kennedy, W. P.The Arneth CountIssue 12 Page 3

Lloyd, F. E.Some Uses of the Dark Field CondenserIssue 20 Page 3

The Making of Cinephotomicrographic FilmsIssue 37 Page 3

Lord, J. A.The Application of Micrometric Scales to PhotomicrographsIssue 32 Page 3

Macara, T.The Microscope in the Foodstuffs and Confectionery IndustryIssue 14 Page 5

Macer, R.His Method of Exhibiting a Living Fly in the Act of FeedingIssue 2 Page 10

MacConaill, M. A.Transparent Preparations Without Preliminary DehydrationIssue 42 Page 3

McClure, A. E.Use of the Vertical Illuminator with Mounted ObjectsIssue 39 Page 3

McEwen, A.Microscopic Test PlatesIssue 8 Page 22

McLean, R. C.The Genera of Bacteria (I)Issue 44 Page 17

The Genera of Bacteria (II)Issue 45 Page 3

Isolating Fungus SporesIssue 46 Page 3

Photographing Bacterial ColoniesIssue 46 Page 5

Mainardi, A.Marking the ObjectIssue 38 Page 6

A Simple Device Useful in Infra-red PhotographyIssue 45 Page 10

Marshall, C. R.The Substage Condenser and its ConeIssue 8 Page 2

Meakin, S. H.Mounting Diatoms in Hyrax (I)Issue 30 Page 6

Mounting Diatoms in Hyrax (II)Issue 32 Page 14

Miller, W. G.Notes on PhotomicrometryIssue 5 Page 8

A ‘Super-eyepiece’ CarrierIssue 11 Page 26

Murray, H. D.Staining Objects for the MicroscopeIssue 32 Page 12

Needham, G. H.Preparation of Styrax and Balsam of Tolu for Use as Mounting MediaIssue 4 Page 18

Neill, R. M.The Microscope in the SchoolIssue 12 Page 11

Nelson, E. M.A Note on Some Insect structuresIssue 32 Page 18

The Resolution of Microscopic Objects (I)Issue 34 Page 18

The Resolution of Microscopic Objects (II)Issue 35 Page 8

The Resolution of Microscopic Objects (III)Issue 36 Page 16

The Pedicel of Agapanthus, noteIssue 34 Page 20

Newmarch, E. R.Some Notes on Freshwater Polyzoa (I)Issue 25 Page 13

Some Notes on Freshwater Polyzoa (II)Issue 26 Page 18

Some Notes on Freshwater Polyzoa - Narcotising and MountingIssue 27 Page 14

Some Notes Concerning Salmon Sea LiceIssue 38 Page 10

Oakden, C. H.Early Photomicrographers (I)Issue 21 Page 10

Early Photomicrographers (II)Issue 22 Page 12

Early Photomicrographers (III)Issue 24 Page 15

Odam, C. L.Some New and Little Known Pond Organisms (I)Issue 41 Page 3

Some New and Little Known Pond Organisms (II)Issue 44 Page 23

Offord, J. M.The Microscope and Pond LifeIssue 4 Page 6

Reminiscences of a MicroscopistIssue 15 Page 18

Stentor roeselii, a Protozoan architectIssue 22 Page 22

Orr, M. G.A Safe and Simple Method of DehydrationIssue 26 Page 12

Palmer, ChetwyndA New Mounting SlideIssue 9 Page 23

A Note on Small AccessoriesIssue 9 Page 28

The Examination of Interference Figures with an Ordinary MicroscopeIssue 11 Page 22

A Note on the Wenham BinocularIssue 12 Page 23

An Art Student with a Pocket LensIssue 35 Page 22

Drawing for MicroscopistsIssue 37 Page 21

Pittock, F. J.The Mica-sheet Method of Making Microscopical PreparationsIssue 30 Page 3

Pollard, E. W.Note, a Microscopic TableIssue 44 Page 22

Reed, A. W.The Microscope, in the Iron and Steel IndustryIssue 14 Page 17

Reid, J. D.Illumination in Low Power PhotomicrographyIssue 5 Page 4

Roberts, E.W.The Non Siliceous Basis of Diatom StructureIssue 33 Page 12

Roberts, E. W.The Growth of Diatom Structure as Observed with Dark Ground IlluminationIssue 36 Page 20

Notes on Dark Field IlluminationIssue 39 Page 18

Microgeological Studies of Some Michigan FossilsIssue 46 Page 12

Ross, H.Something About Rare or Unusual Australian Diatoms (I)Issue 39 Page 10

Something About Rare or Unusual Australian Diatoms (II)Issue 42 Page 16

Something About Rare or Unusual Australian Diatoms (III)Issue 43 Page 10

Something About Rare or Unusual Australian Diatoms (IV)Issue 44 Page 10

Royal-Dawson, W. G.Mounting PollensIssue 11 Page 20

Sandon, H.Notes on Zoological PreparationsIssue 40 Page 16

Scourfield, D. J.Nannoplankton and its Collection by Means of the CentrifugeIssue 21 Page 3

The Linnescope, a Simple Box MicroscopeIssue 21 Page 26

Slack, H. D.Enlarging Apparatus for DrawingsIssue 43 Page 21

Smith, A. E.Some Practical Notes on Vertical IlluminationIssue 3 Page 14

Photomicrography, the Problem of Exposure (I)Issue 16 Page 3

Photomicrography, the Problem of Exposure (II)Issue 17 Page 3

Smith, A .E.Some Resolutions of Surirella gemma with the Holoscopic SeriesIssue 21 Page 14

Smith, A. E.Infra-red Plates in MicroscopyIssue 27 Page 11

Smith, A .E. C.Spherical Corrections of CondensersIssue 38 Page 12

Soar, C. D.Acarina – Demodicoidea, etc.Issue 6 Page 6

Acarina - EupodoideaIssue 7 Page 11

Acarina - ParasitoideaIssue 8 Page 13

Acarina - TrombidiodeaIssue 9 Page 7

Spence, D. S.Methodless Musings, mainly MicroscopicalIssue 13 Page 27

A Possible Method of Calibrating a Stage MicrometerIssue 24 Page 22

Permanent Fluid Mounts (I)Issue 25 Page 17

Permanent Fluid Mounts (II)Issue 36 Page 7

The Adjustment of Lamp-distance and of Tube-lengthIssue 34 Page 10

The Preparation of Slides for StoringIssue 35 Page 18

Stirling, J. F.John Dalton’s MicroscopeIssue 41 Page 8

A Forgotten Genius, J. B. Dancer (I)Issue 44 Page 3

A Forgotten Genius, J. B. Dancer (II)Issue 45 Page 12

A Forgotten Genius, J. B. Dancer (III)Issue 46 Page 8

Stokes, W. B.Penetrating Power of the MicroscopeIssue 2 Page 4

Resolving Power of the MicroscopeIssue 9 Page 3

Stoughton, R .H.A Record Keeping System for the Sayce-Watson CameraIssue 43 Page 13

Swatman, C. C.Notes on Cleaning Diatomaceous Earths and GuanosIssue 23 Page 14

Weatherhead, A. V.The Preparation of Micro-sections of RocksIssue 43 Page 3

A Further Note on Mounting Rock SectionsIssue 46 Page 11

Low-power Photomicrography of Rock-sectionsIssue 47 Page 18

Wheat, W. N.Manufacture of Optical GlassIssue 34 Page 3

Glass Colour FiltersIssue 36 Page 3

Williams, E. G.Fossil PlantsIssue 26 Page 3

The Nanoplankton of PondsIssue 33 Page 14

Winning, J.Preparing Metal SpecimensIssue 31 Page 3

Preparing and Examining Iron and Steel SpecimensIssue 42 Page 12

Wrighton, H.New Photographic Apparatus (1925)Issue 4 Page 12

Wycherley, S. R.Examination of Paper FibresIssue 7 Page 24

Use of the Microscope in the Paper IndustryIssue 13 Page 20