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4. Describe the general and microscopic structure of a root. How do you distinguish the microscopic section of a stem from that of a root ?

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5. Describe the structure of a fully differentiated vascular bundle. How are vascular bundles distributed in the Stele of Dicotyledonous and Monocotyledonous plants ?

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6. Give a brief outline of the Natural System of Classification of plants.

7. Describe the structure, reproductive Organs and life history of 15 Chara or Nitella.

8. Give the general characters of the Natural Orders Malvaceæ, Lythra- 15 ceæ, and Cucurbitaceæ. Name some plants belonging to each, and discuss their affinities with allied Orders.

MONDAY, 18th NOVEMBER.

(10 A.M. TO 1 P.M.]

ZOOLOGY-PAPER I.

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1. Write what you know about a Cælenterate.

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2. Describe the segmental and reproductive organs of an earthworm.

3. Give a general description of the various modes in which reproduc- 10 tion is effected in the Animal Kingdom.

4. Describe the central nervous system of the Lobster and contrast it 12 with that of the Snail.

5. Describe the various forms of epithelial cells, mentioning the parts where they are found.

6. Describe the digestive organs of a Snail.

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7. Describe the structure of Vorticella and give an account of its life- 10 history.

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8. Describe the phenomena known as Mimicry, Protective and Sexual Colouration among animals.

MONDAY, 18th NOVEMBER.

[2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.]

ZOOLOGY-PAPER II.

1. Describe the development of the Mammalian Embryo and explain the 15 origin of the umbilical vesicle, the amnion, the allantois, and the placenta. In what Vertebrates are amnion and allantois absent ?

2. Describe the general structure and functions of the heart in a fish, an 15 amphibian, and a bird, and compare the mechanism of circulation in these animals with that of a mammal.

3. Describe the shoulder girdle of a bird and an osseous fish, comparing 15 both.

4. Describe the different parts of a Mammalian Vertebra. State what 10 is meant by homal arch and how it is formed in a fish and a mammal.

5. Describe the swim-bladder. State its function and in what animals 12 is it most highly developed.

6. Describe the general characters of an Amphibian and a Reptile, and :3 compare both.

TUESDAY, 19TH NOVEMBER,

[2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.]

ROMAN HISTORY-PAPER I.

N.B.- Arrange your Answers in two bundles, writing on the outside of each

your name and number and the number of the Section:

SECTION I.

1. Sketch the character and career of Cato.

2. Form an estimate of the following statement of Cicero : “ Pompey 11 left the City and Italy not because he could not defend them, but because it was his design from the beginning to call the barbarians' to arms, to lead them into Italy, not as captives but as conquerors, to reign like Sulla, as a king over his subjects."

3. Narrate the principal events of Cæsar's campaigns against the Pom- 10 peians, subsequent to the battle of Pharsalia. 4. Write a note on Cæsar's legislation.

13 5. Trace the successive steps by which, upon the death of Cæsar, Marcus 19 Antonius made himself master of the Senate and of Italy.

6. Describe the character and functions of the imperium, the potestas 10 tribunitia, and the potestas consularis.

SECTION II.

7. Trace the career of Agrippa and form an estimate of his character.

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& Describe the conquests made in Germany by Drusus and Tiberius, 12 and how they were lost by Varus.

9. Form an estimate of the elements which tended to unite and to divide 1! the Roman Empire,

WEDNESDAY, 2014 NOVEMBER.

[2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.] ) ROMAN HISTORY-PAPER II.

N. B.--Arrange your answers in two bundles, writing on the outside of each your name and number and the number of the Section.

SECTION 1. 1. Describe the most striking features of some of the great cities in the 11 Roman Empire, 2. Sketch the character and career of Germanicus,

12 3. It has been said that though the condition of Rome itself under 11 Tiberius was deplorable, " the Provinces generally were well cared for and prosperous.” Explain and illustrate this observation.

SECTION II. 4. Discuss the causes which induced the Romans to endure the tyranny 12 of the Emperors. 5. Sketch the character and career of Seneca (the Philosopher).

10 6. Describe the patriotic resistance made by Caractacus against Ostorius 10 Scapula.

7. Give an account of Trajan's buildings, especially of the Ulpian 10 Forium and Trajan's Column.

8. Describe Hadrian's first progress through the empire.

9. The author says :-"The consent of antiquity plainly declares that 12 Antonius was the first, and saving his colleague and successor Aurelius, the only one of the Emperors who devoted himself to the task of government with a single view to the happiness of the people,”

Explain and amplify this.

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MONDAY, 1811 NOVEMBER.

[10 A.M.TO 1 P.M.]

GENERAL JURISPRUDENCE.

[ The same as that set for the First LL.B. Examination,

see page cccxxiii.]

MONDAY, 18TH NOVEMBER,

[2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.]

ROMAN LAW.

[The same as that set for the First LL.B. Examination,

see page ccccxiv.]

VI.

INTERMEDIATE SCIENCE EXAMINATION.

EXAMINERS.

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In English.

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In Mathematics.

J, NELSON FRASER, M.A.
The Rev. WILLIAM SHAPTER, S.J.
The Rev. W. G. ROBERTSON, M.A., B.D.
C. MAYNE, B.A.
FARDUNJI MANCHERJI DASTUR, M.A.
KAVASJI JAMSHEDJI SANJANA, M. A.
JAMSHEDJI E, DARUVALA, B.A., B.Sc,
A.C.L. WILKINSON, M.A., F.R.A.S.
TRIBHUVANDAS KALYANDAS GAJJAR, M.A., B.Sc.,

M.S.C.I.
The Rev. H. KEMP, S.J....
The Rev. F. X. HAAN, S.J.
H. N. ALLEN, B.Sc., Ph.D.
ADARJI MERNOSJI MASANI, M.A., B.Sc.
ANANT NARAYAN SAMBARE, L.M. & S....
MANCHERJI KAVASJI KANGA, M.A., B.Sc., L.M. & S.
NUSSERWANJI FAKIRJI SURVEYOR, M.A., B.Sc., M.D.

In Chemistry

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...} In Physics.

In General Biology.

TUESDAY, 5TH NOVEMBER,
[10 A.M. TO 1 P.M.]

ENGLISH.

[The same as that set for the Intermediate Arts Examination,

see pages crxxvi and cxxxvii.]

WEDNESDAY, 6TH NOVEMBER,

[10 A.M, TO 1 P.M.]

ENGLISH (Composition).
[The same as that set for the Intermediate Arts Examination,

see page cxxxviii.]

TUESDAY, 511 NOVEMBER

[2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.]

TRIGONOMETRY.
[The same as that set for the Intermediate Arts Examination,

see pages cliv and civ.]

MONDAY, 4TH NOVEMBER,
[10 A.M. TO 1 P.M.]

STATICS.
N.B.—The answers to Sections I and II should be given up in

two separate books.

SECTION L 1. Prove that the resolved part of the resultant of two forces in any direction is equal to the sum of the resolved parts of the forces in that direction,

Two spheres, each of radius a and weight w, lie in contact in a spherical bowl of ra:lius na: shew that in the absence of friction the pressure between them is w (na

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2n) 3.

2. Enunciate and prove the proposition known as the Triangle of Forces. 9

D is the middle point of the basę BC of a triangle ABC; find the resultant of the three forces acting at A and represented in magnitude and direction by 2BA, 2 AD, and AC.

3. What is the moment of a force about a point, and how is it measured ? 9

In the triangle ABC, AB = 14, BC = 13, CA 15, and the moments of a force about A, B, C are respectively + 216, - 120, - 120 : find the magnitude and the line of action of the force.

4. Find the magnitude and the line of action of the resultant of two 11 unlike parallel forces acting on a rigid body.

Four unequal forces P, Q, R, S act upon rigid body along the sides 04, AC, CB, BO of a square OACB: find the magnitude of the resultant, and prove that its line of action crosses OA, OB respectively at distances a (Q + R)

a (Q + R) from 0, where a is the length of & side of Q

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the square.

5. Prove that a rigid body is in equilibrium under the action of forces 13 in one plane, if the sums of the resolved parts of the forces in two directions vanish and the sum of their moments about a point vanishes.

Three equal uniform rods, of length a and weight w each, are hinged together to form an equilateral triangle, which hangs over a smooth cylin. drical peg of radius C, so that two rods touch the peg and the third is horizontal. Find the reactions at the hinges, and shew that those at the ends of the horizontal rod are least when a =

6^3 C.

SECTION IL

6. Given the centres of gravity of the two parts which make up a 8 body, find the centre of gravity of the whole.

A box has a lid moveable round a hinge; the lid being raised into various positions, shew that the centre of gravity of the box and lid describes a circle,

7. Find the centre of gravity of a uniform wire bent into the shape of 12 a triangle.

A triangle formed by three uniform rods of different densities has its centre of gravity at the centre of the circumscribing circle : prove that the donsities are proportional to the secants of the opposit: angles.

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