|Collection||GB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections|
|Ref No||UNIVERSITY 1437/2/5/16|
|Title||Slide showing six diagrams labelled A to F demonstrating 'the main stages of mitosis'.|
|Date||Late 19th to early 20th century|
|Description||Slide shows six diagrams labelled A to F demonstrating 'the main stages of mitosis'.|
Title below diagrams reads: 'Fig 2 - diagrams of the main stages of mitosis. Only two pairs of chromosomes A and A', and B and B' are shown. Both of these have sub-terminal spindle attachments, those of the B chromosomes being nearer the end. At early prophase the "relic spirals" are clearly seen. S.A = spindle attachments, E.P. = equatorial plane of the spindle. R.L. are regions of the chromosomes which are spiralised in a right or left handed direction at metaphase.'
|Access Conditions||The records are available subject to the signed acceptance of the Department's access conditions.|
|Physical Description||Tape coming off at bottom ; glass distortion.|