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" Bois-Reymond's method, we have had no difficulty in obtaining a strong deflection from the eyes of various rabbits, a cat, a dog, a pigeon, a tortoise, numerous frogs, and a gold-fish. The deflection was frequently so much as to drive the spot of light... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh - Page 97
by Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1875
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Volumes 29-30

1774 - 628 pages
...irritant action of the sulphate of zinc, a thin film or guard of sculptor's clay, moistened with a 0-75 per cent solution of common salt, and worked out to...while the transverse section of the optic nerve was in contait with the other. By following Du Bois-Reymond's method, we have had no difficulty in obtaining...
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The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology, Volume 7

1873
...filter paper and clay-guards, on which to rest the preparation. These electrodes were connected by him with a galvanometer, and the preparation was placed...various, rabbits, a cat, a dog, a pigeon, a tortoise, numerous frogs, and a gold fish. In the investigation of the next question, namely the effect of light...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volume 7

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1875 - 592 pages
...sculptor's clay, moistened with a '75 per cent, solution of common salt, and worked out to a point, was placed on each cushion.) These electrodes were connected...nerve was in contact with the other. By following Du Bois-lteyinond's method the experimenters had no difficulty in obtaining a strong deflection from the...
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The Journal of the Royal institution of Great Britain. Notices of ..., Volume 7

Royal institution of Great Britain - 1875 - 584 pages
...worked out to a point, was placed on each cushion.) These electrodes were connected with a galvanemeter, and the preparation was placed so that the eyeball,...nerve was in contact with the other. By following Du Bois-Reyuiond's method the experimenters had no difficulty in obtaining a strong deflection from the...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volume 7

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1875 - 576 pages
...sculptor's clay, moistened with a '75 per cent, solution of common salt, and worked out to a point, was placed on each cushion.) These electrodes were connected...clay-guard, while the transverse section of the optic nenre was in contact with the other. By following Du Bois-Keynwnd's method the experimenters had no...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Volume 8

1875 - 706 pages
...'75 per cent, solution of common salt, and worked out to a point, is placed on each cushion. Those electrodes were connected with a galvanometer, and...various rabbits, a cat, a dog, a pigeon, a tortoise, numerous frogs, and a gold-fish. The deflection was frequently so much as to drive the spot of light...
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Proceedings, Volume 7

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1875
...sculptor's clay, moistened with a '75 per cent, solution of common salt, and worked out to a point, was placed on each cushion.) These electrodes were connected...with the other. By following Du Bois-Reymond's method the experimenters had no difficulty in obtaining a strong deflection from the eyes of various rabbits,...
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