Full text: Problems in eugenics

IV.Index to Exhibits. 
F—continued. 
Female Labour and Infant Mortality, 
C. 99-101 
as affecting Reproduction, C. 99, 100 
Fertile and Childless Couples, Physical 
Condition of, contrasted, C. 45 
Fertility, Age of Parents at Death in relation 
to, C. 7 
and Health in relation to Crossing of J 
Races, C. it7 
in relation to High Mental Endowment 
in France, C. 124 
in Holland, C. 123 
Legitimate, in Berlin, Decrease of : Two- 
children System, C. 127-9 
of Marriages, Occupation, and Wealth 
for Copenhagen, and Dutch Con­ 
ditions, C. 122 
of Married Women, England and Wales, 
H. 9 
Want of, in French and German towns, 
C. 125-9 
and Wealth, C. 118 
in Denmark, C. 121, 122 
in Munich, C. 120 
Field-workers in America, Charts collected 
by, P. 
Fire Salamander, Colour-changes in Skin j 
of, wThen placed on Yellow or on 
Black Earth, C. 1-2 
First-born see also Numeral position 
alleged Inferiority in, C. 64. 
and Later-Born, Infantile Mortality 
among, C. 56 
Myopia in high degree and frequency 
of, C. 54 
Fitness for Military Service in relation to 
Birth-place, locality and size of, 
and to Parental occupation, 
C. 26-30 
Foetus, effect on, of Lead poisoning, C. 98 
France, Birth- and Death-rates for, since 
1781., H. 8 
Departments of, Fertility in relation to 
Wealth in, C. ir8 
Fertility in, in relation to High Mental 
Endowment, C. 124 
Total Population and Birth- and Death- 
rates for, Variation in, H. 7 
Towns of, Want of Fertility in, C. T25 
G 
Galton, Darwin, and Wedgwood Families, 
Inheritance of Ability as exempli­ 
fied by, O. 5 
Galton, Samuel Tertius, his son Erasmus, 
and three daughters, Portraits of 
(Silhouette), A. 4 
Galton, Sir Francis, Portrait of, by Charles 
Furze, A. 1 
Gametic Purity in Mendelian Heredity, 
Theory of 
Illustrations of in 
Blue Andalusian Fowls, O. 1 (/) 
Mice, O. 1 (d) 
General Paralysis of the Insane, Frequency 
of, in Prussian Lunatic Asylums, 
C. 88G—continued. Generations of Mannheim Families 
Age-intervals separating, C. 39 
Average number of Children in each, 
C. 38 
Number attained by, C. 38 
Germ-cells, effect on, of Lead-poisoning, 
C. 98 
Germ Production, Abnormal, Disturbance 
of Normal Sex proportion as 
symptom of, C. 44 
Germany, see Berlin, Munich, & United 
Kingdom 
Recruits in, cause of Unfitness in those 
qualified for one year and in 
general, C. 33, 34 
GRUEBER, PROF. von, C. 1-123 
H 
Hnemophylic family', Pedigree of, C. 12 
Hair Peculiarities, Heredity of 
Curled hair, C. 5 
Lock of WThite hair, C. 6 
Health and Fertility in relation to Crossing 
of Races, C. ir7 
of Married persons, importance to, of 
Marriage, C. ro2 
of Offspring in relation to 
Birth-interval, C. 58 
Blood-relationship of Parents, C. 108 
Heart and Vessels, effect on of Syphilis, 
C. 85 
Hereditary Cataract, L. 4 
Changes in Alyies obstetricans, C. 3-4 
Congenital Nystagmus, L. 3 (a & b) 
Constitution as evidenced by power to 
Breast-feed, in relation to Infant 
Mortality, C. 79-82 
Night-blindness with Myopia, L. 2 
Heredity, see also Descent, Inheritance & 
Mendelism 
among Moral Imbeciles, C. 17 
of Hair peculiarities 
Curling, C. 15 
White lock, C. 6 
of Particular Taints, Distribution of 
amongst nearest Relatives, C. 
i6-rg 
Principles of, Charts of, P. 
Higher grades of Society 
Dying out of, C. 34 
Large Scale of, C. 36 
Urban, C. 37 
Quick process, Catastrophic changes 
inaugurating, C. 38-43 
Holland, see also Dutch, & Netherlands 
Fertility in, in relation to High Mental 
Endowment, C. 123 
HOPE, E. W., PUBLIC HEALTH 
DEPARTMENT, CITY OF 
LIVERPOOL, F. 1-3 (/) 
Human Races, see also Races 
Crossing of, Inbreeding and, C. 106-7 
Interbreeding of Different, results of 
K. 3 
Hybrids resulting from Cross-fertilization, 
C. rri 
Hybridization in Maize, C. tii
	        

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