Table of contents for Ladies in the laboratory II : West European women in science, 1800-1900 : a survey of their contributions to research / Mary R. S. Creese, with contributions by Thomas M. Creese.


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Contents
	
	Figures	
	Introduction	
	
	Acknowledgements	
	1	Scandinavia: Baltic Diatoms, Snow-line Plants,
	Insects of the Oatfields	
	1.	Sweden
	2.	Norway
	3.	Denmark
	4.	Finland
	2	Ireland: Mosses, Molluscs, and Migrating Boulders	
	3	France: Of Physics, Farms, and Physicians	
	4	Belgium and the Netherlands: From Ardennes Mosses
	to East Indies Algae	
	5	Germany: Bavarian Lakes, Brazilian Forests, a
	Kitchen in Braunschweig	
	6	Austria-Hungary: Mainly Medicine	
	7	Switzerland: Physicians, Botanists, and a Chemist	
	8	Italy: Shells of Calabria, Mosses of the Hills of
	Rome, Fishes of the Alpine Lakes	
	International Comparisons and Conclusions	
	Appendix			
	American women
	British women
	Bibliography of Papers by West European Women (excluding the British) in 
	Scientific Periodicals, 1800-1900	
	Austria-Hungary; Belgium; Denmark; Finland; France; 
	Germany; Ireland; Italy; Netherlands; Norway; Serbia; 
	Sweden; Switzerland; Appendix (papers by American and
		British women not listed in volume 1)
	Periodical Title Abbreviations Key	
	Selected Bibliography	
Index				
About the Author




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Women in science Europe, Western History 19th century, Women scientists Europe, Western Biography