Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1926 Page: 17
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123.-General Zoology. A general consideration of the invertebrate
forms, structure, functions, variations, development,
reproduction, life history, life problems and general principles
of the invertebrate phyla. Not credited unless course 133 is
finished. Two hours recitation and four hours laboratory. Text:
Hegner's College Zoology.
133.-General Zoology. A general consideration of the
vertebrate forms. Classroom study of the functions, history and
adaptions of this group of animals. Laboratory study of frog,
bird, mammal, etc. Two hours lecture-recitation. Four hours
laboratory. Prerequisite 123. Text. Hegner's College Zoology.
145. Elementary Botany. A study of the most important
facts regarding the structure of cells, tissues, tissue systems and
physiological processes. Also a general survey of the different
groups of the plant kingdom. Laboratory work in algae, fungi,
mosses, ferns, seed plants and herbs. Three hours recitation and
four hours laboratory. Text: Densmore's General Botany.
225.-Contagious Diseases and Sanitation. Lectures and
recitations on promotion of health and prevention of diseases
from the individual and community standpoint. Reinforcing
vitality and normal resistance; infection, immunity, recovery, and
disinfectants practically discussed. Library and laboratory assignments.
115.-Descriptive Chemistry. A thorough introduction to
the fundamental principles of inorganic chemistry. Three hours
lecture-recitation and six hours laboratory.
125.-Continuation of Course 115. Completion of Descriptive
Chemistry. Thoroughness in laboratory stressed. This
course must be completed before credit is given for 115. Three
hours lecture-recitation and six hours laboratory.
VIII. DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY.
125. Elementary Psychology. A general introductory
course which gives a brief survey of the scope of general psychology.
Text: Bennett, Psychology and Self Development.
103A.-Educational Psychology. A course having to do
with the application of the principles of psychology to teaching
the common branches. Class experiments form a part of the
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