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3. What do you understand by the Respiratory centre ? Give an 15 account of its situation and function. What changes in the blood and what nervous impnlses passing to the centre modify its action ? In what way do they do so ?

4. Give an account of Urea stating its chemical character, its 20 sources, the place in the body where it is made, the mode of its secretion. and the reason why it is regarded as a very important constituent of the human urine.

5. Give an account of the properties or fonctions of the spinal cord. 20

PHYSIOLOGY.

SECOND Pass PAPER.

(PRACTICAL.)

Examiner-S. B. Mitra, Esq., B.Sc., M.B.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

1. Demonstrate Falivary digestion.

20 2. Prepare and show the properties of syntonin.

20 3. Demonstrate the effect of heat and cold on the heart of a frog. 20

4. Make a microscopic preparation of cartilage. Make a careful 20 drawing from the preparation.

5. Identify the specimens marked A, B, C, D, giving a line or two of description.

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PHYSIOLOGY.

First HONOUR PAPER.

Examiner-S. B. Mitra, Esq., B.Sc., M.B.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

1. What is meant by a ferment? Give an account of the digestive 25 ferments.

2. Describe a lobnle of the liver. Give a short account of the composi- 20 tion and the function of bile.

3. Describe the structnre of a motor nerve. By what methods has the 20 rate of propagation of a nerve impulse been measnred ? 4. Give an account of haemoglobin and oxv-haemoglobin

15 5. Describe the mechanism of Accommodition as observed in man. 20 Illustrate your answer by means of a diagram. Do you know of any other mode in which Accommodation is brought about in other animals ?

PHYSIOLOGY.

SECOND Honour PAPER.

Examiner-S. B. MITRA, Esq., B.Sc., M.B.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

1. Give an acconnt of lymph, stating its sources, composition, 25 function, the factors of its flow and its destination. How does it differ from the plasma of the blood ?

2. Give a geueral account of the facts known abont the ductless 20 glands.

3. Describe precisely and fnlly the way in which the fats of food get 20 into the blood.

4. Describe the effects of the division of the Vagus, and of the 15 stimulation of the central and the peripheral and of the divided nerve.

5. What is the true function of the cerebellum ? What impnlses guide 20 it in the performance of this function ? In what way do they guide it ?

PHYSIOLOGY

THIRD HOXour PAPER.

(PRACTICAL.)

Examiner-S. B. MITRA, Esq., B.Sc., M.B.

The figures in the murgin indicate full marks.

1. Demonstrate gastric digestion.

40 2. Prepare and mount haemin crystals.

30 3. Estimate the qnantity of sngar in the urine supplied.

30 4. Prepare a muscle-nerve preparation and demonstrate the effect of 35 mechanical thermal and chemical stimulation of the nerve.

5. Make microscopic preparations of the various kinds of epithelial 35 cells. 6. Identify the specimens marked A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H.

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BOTANY.

FIRST Pass PAPER.

Paper set by-CAPT. A. T. Gage, M.B., C.M., I.M.S. E.caminer-A. HOWARD, Esq., M.A., A.R.C.S., F.C.S., F.L.S.

Answers to be illustrated with sketches and diagrams.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks. 1. Describe the varieties of Definite Inflorescence, and explain how 20 you would distinguish those varieties which simulate an Indefinite form.

2. Describe the various ways in which Pollination is effected, and the 20 morphological conditions of the plant or flower favoaring each method.

Describe the anatomy of a Fern stem as seen in transverse section. 20

Give a general description of the order Gramineae, and a particular 20 description of the inflorescence and flower of Rice (Oryza sativa). 5. Give an acconnt of the flow of sap in Phanerogams.

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BOTANY.

SECOND Pass PAPER.

(PRACTICAL.) Examiner-A. HOWARD, Esq., M.A., A.R.C.S., F.C.S., F.L.S.

1. Describe briefly the flowers of A and B and refer the plants to their 25 natural orders.

2. Cut a thin transverse section of C, mount it in gylcerine and give 25 a brief description of the tissues you see.

3. Briefly describe and identify as far as possible the slides 1, 2, 3 25 and 4. 4. Oral examination.

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BOTANY.

FIRST HONOUR PAPER.

Paper set by-CAPT A. T. Gage, M.B., C.M., I.M.S. Examiner-A. HOWARD, Esq., M.A., A.R.C.S., F.C.S., F.L.S.

Answers to be illustrated with sketches and diagrams.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks. 1. Give a general morphological account of the chief types of phane. 25 rogamic embryos.

2. Discuss the chief morphological deviations of leaves from the typi. 25 cal form, with special reference to function of the leaf or environment of the plant.

3. Give a general description of the order Aroideae, and a particular 25 description of Amorphophallus campanulatus.

4. Describe the morphology and life history of either Chara or Nitella 25 (not both).

BOTANY.

SECOND HONOUR PAPER.

Paper set by-CAPT. A. T. GAGE, M.B., C.M., I.M.S.

Examiner-A. HOWARD, Esq., M.A., A.R.C.S., F.C.S., F.L.S.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Answers to be illustrated with sketches and diagrams.

1. Describe the microscopic anatomy of an ordinary Gymnospermous 25 ovale (e g., Pinus sylvestris), and the changes which it undergoes before and after fertilization until the formation of the embryos. Mention the homologies amongst the Cryptogams of the various parts you describe.

2. Describe the capturing and digestive apparatus of any two spe- 25 cies of carnivorous plants. 3. Give an account of the proteids formed in plants.

25 4. Describe the phenomena of respiration in plants. How would yon 25 demonstrate the formation of C 02 in plant respiration ?

BOTANY.

THIRD HONOUR PAPER.

(PRACTICAL.)

Examiner-A. HOWARD, Esq., M.A., A.R.C.S., F.C.S., F.L.S.

1. Describe briefly the flower A. Draw its floral diagram, write its 50 floral formula and refer the plant to its natural order.

2. Prepare a thin transverse section of B. Stain it and mount in Can- 50 ada balsam. Briefly describe with a sketch the various tissues you see. 3. Demonstrate the presence of starch in the leaf provided.

50 4. Oral examination on living specimens and microscopic slides. 50 GEOLOGY

FIRST Pass Paper.

Examiner-T. H. HOLLAND, Esq., F.R.S., F.G.S., A.R.C.S.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

1. Arrange the following in order of nge, and correlate them as 14 nearly as possible with formations in the European stratigraphical scale :

- Ariyalar beds, Lower Productns limestone of the Salt Range, Cardita beanmonti beds, Gaj series, Lameta series, Upper Siwaliks, Panchet series, Talchir boulder-beds.

2. Give an acconnt of the marine Jurassic formations of India. 12

3. Describe, with diagrams, the structure of typical examples of (a) an ammonite, (b) a nummulite, (c) a lamellibranch shell, (d) a Palaeozoic 12 coral.

4. Name the leading fossils, and tabulate the chief snbdivisions of the 12 Cambrian system in any part of the world best known to yon.

5. Define exactly the difference between a mineral and a rock. In an 12 igneous rock what do you nnderstand by (a) essential, (b) accessory, (c) primary, and (d) secondary minerals ? Give examples. 6. Explain the formation of mountain chains and tablelands.

12 7. Give an acconnt of the geological features of any Indinn, coalfield. 14 8 Explain the following terms :-porphyritic, lode, mylonite, pegma. 12 tite, petrographical province, dyke, parasitic cone, hade.

GEOLOGY

SECOND Pass PAPER.

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION.

Examiner-T. H. HOLLAND, Iisq., F.R.S., F.G.S., A.R.C.S.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

1. Name and describe the rock-specimens A, B, C, D.

16 2. Name the fossils E, F, G, H. Indicate their zoological affinities and 20 mention their geological ages.

3 Describe fully the geological conditions under which the specimens 18 K, L, M, obtained their peculiar featnres.

4 Construct a section along the line x-on the geological map 16 provided.

5. By the aid of dingrams explain the terms inversion, thrustplane and 12 reversed fault. Describe a locality in India where these structures are well shown.

6. How have the size, 'shape and weight of the earth been determined ? 18

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