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Preliminary Scientific L.M.S. Examination.

1906.

CHEMISTRY.

Paper set by

CAPT. J. A. BLACK, M.A., M.B., I.M.S.
Rai CHUNILAL BASU, BAHADUR, M.B., F.C.S.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

FIRST HALF.

Examiner-CAPT. J. A. BLACK, M.A., M.B., I.M.S.

1. What volume of Carbon Dioxide at 21°C. and 570 mm. pressure 40 must be passed throagh lime water in order to precipitate 44:64 grammes of Calcium Carbonate ?

2. What is diffusion of gases ? Describe any simple experiment by 50 which you would demonstrate it, and state the law which governs it.

3. How would you determine the composition of atmospheric air by 50 eudiometer ? Give reason for stating that air is a mechanical mixture and not a chemical compound.

4. What are the halogens ? Describe the preparation and properties 50 of Iodine, and give the tests for Iodine in the free state and in combination as Iodide.

SECOND HALF.

Examiner-RAI CHUNILAL BASU, BAHADUR, M.B., F.C.S.

5. Describe the tests for Arsenic, and distinguish them from those of 50 Antimony.

6. Express by equations what occurs when the following substances 60 react:

(a) Copper Salphate and Potassium Iodide.
(b) Manganese Dioxide and Sulphuric Acid.
(c) Red-hot iron and steam.
(d) Chlorine and Hydrogen Sulphide.
(e) Sodium Acetate and Caustic Soda.
f) Zinc and dilute Nitric Acid.

7. What is Carbolic Acid ? Describe the ordinary method of prepar- 50 ing it, its properties, uses, and tests.

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Examiner-I. H. BURKILL, Esq., M.A., F.L.S.

1. Define the order of the Leguminosae, and name some of the plants in 90 it by way of illustration.

2. How do plants obtain their carbon ? Enumerate the more impor- 90 tant compounds of carbon found in plants. 3. Describe the structure of a typical fibro.vascular bandle,

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Second HALF.

Examiner-P. BRÜHL, Esq., M.I.E.E., F.C.S., F.G.S.

4. Describe the underground organs in which plants store food, omit- 80 ting microscopic details.

5. By what means do plants protect themselves from grazing animals ? 80 6. What is turgescence ?

First L.M.S. Examination.

1906.

PHYSIOLOGY.

CAPT D. McCay, M.B., F.R.C.S., I.M.S. Paper set by- DR. GANENDRANATH Mitra, M.D.

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The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

FIRST HALF.

Examiner-DR. GANENDRANATH MITRA, M.D.

1. Enamerate the constituents of normal human blood.

150 State the function, approximate proportion and seat of origin of the cellular constituents.

2. How would you demonstrate the effect of a series of rapidly-follow- 100 ing stimuli on Voluntary and Cardiac muscle.

SECOND HALF.

Examiner-CAPT. D. McCay, M.B., I.M.S.

3. (a) What different views have been put forward to explain why the 100 stomach and small intestine do not digest themselves during life ? Discuss these views.

(6) Describe the movements of the large intestines. What method has been made use of recently to study these movements ?

4. Give a careful account of the machinery of co-ordinate movements.

500 marks for the Oral Examination.

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1. Name all the joints in the body that contain interarticolar fibro- 100 cartilages : describe any one of these joints.

2. Give the attaclıments, action, and nerve-supply of the following 100 muscles :

Digastric, Popliteus and Superior Constrictor of the Pharynx.

3. Describe the course and relations of the Axillary Artery : enume. 100 rate its branches, and state how the circulation of the arm is carried on if the artery be obliterated opposite the tendon of the Latissimus Dorsi.

SECOND HALF.

4.

Examiner-Capt. J. J. URWIN, M.B., I.M.S.
What are the constituents of the Spermatic Cord ?

100
State the origin and destination of each constituent on the right and
left sides, and describe the coverings of the Cord in the Scrotom.

5. Describe the form, course and relations of the adult Trachea. 100

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Paper set by, R. G. Kar, Esq., L.R.C.P., &c.

Asstt.-SURGEON HARINATH GHOSH, M.B.

FIRST HALF.

Examiner-R. G. KAR, Esq., L.R.C.P., &c.

(The answers should be short and to the point.)

1. What do you understand by Hypodermic injections ? Name the 100 Hypodermic injections of the British Pharmacopoea with their doses and strength. State in detail the steps to be followed in administering a hypodermic injection.

2. Oleum Gynocardiæ.-Give its source, preparation, pharmacology 100 iind therapeutics.

3. Name the Iodides of the British Pharmacopæa and their prepara- 100 tions. What do you understand by “Iodism”? Describe the symptoins of Iodisın.

SECOND HALF.

Examiner-Asstt.-SURGEON HARINATH Ghosh, M.B.

4.

Describe the general properties of the Volatile oils.

120 5. State the advantages and disadvantages of Chloroform over Ether 120 as anæsthetics.

6. Write two prescriptions-one for a case of Scurvy, and the other CO for one of Acute Bronchitis with very viscid sputum.

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