A Text-book of Physiology

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F. A. Davis Company, 1907 - 815 pages
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Contents

Portion of a Longitudinal Section of the Root of a Human Molar Tooth X 200
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Histology of the Salivary Glands
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Parotid of Cat L MÜLLER
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Parotid of a Rabbit in Fresh State
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Human Stomach After SAPPEY
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Vertical Section through the Gastric Mucous Membrane LANDOIS
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Magnified curve of the course of pressure within the left ventricle and
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Gastric Contents Collective Microscopic Picture X 350 LENHARTZ 16 Hourly Variations of the Secretion of Gastric Juice in the Dog after a Meal of ...
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Hourly Variations of the Digestive Power of the Gastric Juice in the Dog after a Meal of Meat Bread and Milk PAWLOW GLEY
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Dogs Stomach PAWLOW
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Dogs to whom a Fictitious Meal is Given They have a fistula in the œsoph agus and a fistula in the stomach After a photograph taken in the labora tor...
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Portion of the Wall of the Small Intestine Laid Open to Show the Valvulæ Conniventes BRINTON RAYMOND
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Bloodvessels of an Intestinal Villus LANDOIS
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Mucous Membrane of the Jejunum Highly Magnified Schematic TESTUT RAYMOND
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Effect of Albumose increasing Peristalsis
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The Pancreas Posterior View BOURGERY
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Schematic Section of Pancreas VIALLETON 25
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Pancreas of Rabbit Observed During Life KÜHNE and LEA
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Hourly Variations of the Pancreatic Secretion after a Meal of Meat Bread and Milk After a curve obtained in the laboratory of Pawlow by one of his ...
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Liver of Man DUVAL
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Diagrammatic Representation of an Hepatic Lobule LANDOIS 30 Glycocholic Acid DUVAL
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Taurin DUVAL 54 64 66 67 69
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Aspect of an Intestinal Loop before and after Section of its Nerves ARMAND MOREAU after GLEY
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Stool Collective Microscopic Picture X 350 Partly after NOTHNAGEL LENHARTZ
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Inhibitory Apparatus of Anospinal Center
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Osmometer COHEN 39 A Section of Villus of Rat killed during Fat Absorption SCHÄFER B Mucous Membrane of Frogs Intestine during Fat Absor...
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Lacteals of a Dog during Digestion COLIN
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The Superficial Lymphatics of the Internal Surface of the Lower Limb SAPPEY
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Topography of the Thoracic Duct Zuckerhandl RAYMOND
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Section of Dogs Intestine showing Villi CADIAT
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Diagram to Show Relation of the Secreting Cell of a Gland to the Blood and Lymphsupply STARLING
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Diminution of the Flow of Lymph under the Influence of the Slowing of the Heart Dog narcotized with morphia and chloroform L CAMUS
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Dog with Medulla Divided L CAMUS and E GLEY
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MÜLLER
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Variations in Pressure LANDOIS
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TraubeHering Curves FREDERICQUE
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Bronchia and Lungs Posterior View SAPPEY
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Termination of a Bronchus in an Alveolus 114
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Section of the Parenchyma of the Human Lung Injected Through the Pulmo nary Artery SCHULZE
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Diagrammatic Representation of the Action of the Diaphragm BECLARD
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The Action of the Ribs in Man in Inspiration BECLARD
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Schema of Respiratory Mechanism in Inspiration LAULANIÉ
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Schema of Respiratory Mechanism in Expiration
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Sehema of Action of Intercostal Muscles LANDOIS
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Tracing of a Respiratory Movement FOSTER LAULANIÉ
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Mareys Tympanum and Lever SANDERSON
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Spirometer FREDERICQUE
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Gads Aeroplethysmograph KRUSICH
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Carotid Pressure in Dog Acceleration of Heart at the Moment of Inspiration is Well Marked LANGLOIS
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Illustrating Atmospheric Pressure During Respiration 129 Comparison of Bloodpressure Curve with Curve of Intrathoracic Pressure M FOSTER
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Turtle Heart Suspended by Lever 157 Dogs Mammary Gland in First Stage of Secretion HEIDENHAIN 158 Mammary Gland of the Dog Second Sta...
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Arrest of Respiration in State of Expiration HEDON
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Apparatus for Taking Tracings of the Movements of the Column of Air in Respiration FOSTER
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Shows the Position to be Adopted for Effecting Artificial Respiration in Cases of Drowning SCHAEFER HOWELL
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CheyneStokes Respiration WALLER 337
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Schema of the Large Respiration Apparatus of Pettenkofer FREDERICQUE
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Showing Constituents of Air Inspired and Expired LANGLOIS
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Variations of Respiratory Quotient According to Food Taken LANGLOIS
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Variations of Respiratory Quotient According to the Food Taken LANGLOIS
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Relative Proportion of Gases of Blood LANGLOIS
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Section of Sweatglands of
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Relations of the Kidney After SAPPEY
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Section of Kidney LANDOIS HEIDENHAIN
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Bloodcorpuscles of Different Animals THANHOFFER 48 4 Progressive Pernicious Anæmia B Lienal Splenic Leukæmia C Lienal Splenic Leukæmia ...
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Uricacid Crystals with Amorphous Urates 170 Uric Acid Effect of on Intestinal Peristalsis 162 163 Diagram of the Course of Two Uriniferous Tubule...
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Urate of Soda and Crystals of Uric Acid h Oxalate of Lime 0 and Cystin e X 350 LENHARTZ
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Effect of Xanthin on Muscle Curve Causing an Extra Contraction during the Relaxation J F ULMAN
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Leucin in Balls Tyrosin in Sheaves PEYER
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Crystals of Ammoniomagnesium Phosphate After ULTZMANN
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FIG PAGE 175 Feathery Crystals of Triple Phosphate X 350 After TYSON
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Crystals of Phenylglucosazone PURDY after V JAKSCH
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Bloodpressure and Volume of Kidney STIRLING after ROY
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Diagram of Nervesupply to Bladder NAWROCKI SKABITCHEWSKY and STARLING
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Hours LANDOIS
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Human Calorimeter
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Bilateral Puncture of the Tuber Cinereum of Rabbit Through Roof of Mouth
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Puncture of Tuber Cinereum in Rabbit Showing Effect on Respiration Arte rial Tension Pulse and Temperature
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Cortex of Cats Brain
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Lesions of Cortex in Man Causing Elevations of Temperature
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Curves of Temperature and Respiration when Cortex is Removed and the Animal is Artificially Heated
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Curve of Temperature and Respiration when the Tuber Cinereum is Destroyed and the Animal is Artificially Heated
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Fevera Great Increase of Heat Production
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Histology of Muscular Tissue ELLENBERGER
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Unstriped Muscular Tissue ELLENBERGER
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The Pendulum Myograph FoSTER
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A Musclecurve Obtained by Means of the Pendulum Myograph FOSTER
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Arrangement of Apparatus in Conducting Experiments on Nerve and Muscle STIRLING
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Fatiguecurves of Frogs Muscle WALLER
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An Experiment to Show that a Contracting Muscle does not Change its Vol ume HEDON
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Apparatus for Measuring the Velocity of the Wave of Muscular Contractions MAREY
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Rate of Conduction of the Contraction Process along a Muscle as shown by the Difference in the time of Thickening of the two Extremities MAREY ...
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Progress in Fusion of Contraction LAULANIE
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Imperfect Tetanus 15 Contractions per second 2 Perfect Tetanus LAU LANIE
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Extensibility of Elastic Band and Muscle WALLER
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Schematic Closure of the Glottis by the Thyroarytenoid Muscles LANDOIS
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The Posterior Rhinoscopic Image BOSWORTH
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Position of Vocal Cords on Uttering a High Note LANDOIS
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Daniell Cell 504 I
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DuBois Nonpolarizable Electrodes LAHOUSSE
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Tetanizing Key of DuBoisReymond After ROSENTHAL
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Pohls Commutator LAHOUSSE
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DuBoisReymonds Induction Apparatus WALLER
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Schema of Apparatus to Study Influence of Rapid Variations of the Constant Current by the Rheonome of von Fleischl LAHOUSSE
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Schema of Experiment to Measure the Rapidity of the Muscle Current by the Aid of the Differential Rheotome of Bernstein LAHOUSSE
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The Nervemuscle Preparation STIRLING
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Thompson Galvanometer
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Diagram of Capillary Electrometer STARLING
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Direction of Current of Daniell Cell
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Schema Representing the Inequalities of Electric Tensions upon the Natural Longitudinal Surface and upon the Artificial Transverse Surface of a Mu...
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The Negative Variation Frogs Gastrocnemius WALLER
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Effect of Chloroform upon the Electrical Responses of Isolated Nerve WALLER
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The Structure of Nervous Tissue LANDOIS
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Cells from Anterior Horn of Human Spinal Cord Ganglion Cells RAMON Y CAJAL Neuroglia WEIGERT
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A Piece of Medullated Nervefibril of Man Nucleus and Axis Cylinder Stained
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The Base of the Brain The Left Lobus Temporalis is in Part Represented
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Section Through the Cerebral Cortex of a Mammal EDINGER and CAJAL
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Curves Illustrating the Measurement of the Velocity of a Nervous Impulse
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YEO 266
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Diagram of the Roots of a Spinal Nerve Showing Effect of Section LANDOIS
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Connections of the Cerebellum with Cerebrum Pons and Spinal Cord Schema
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and after
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Diagram of the Origin in Man of the Efferent Autonomic Fibers from
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Elevation of Arterial Pressure by Vasoconstriction A result of irritation
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TACTILE SENSE
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Krauses Corpuscle
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Sternbergs Gustometer
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Effect of Suprarenal Extract upon Musclecontraction in the Frog SCHÄFER 370
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FIG PAGE 340 Schematic Eye Three Times Natural Size LANDOLT
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Diagram Illustrating Spherical Aberrations GANOT
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Scheme of Accommodation for Near and Distant Objects LANDOIS after HELMHOLTZ
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Refraction of Parallel Rays of Light in Emmetropia E Hypermetropia H and Myopia M BALL
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Different Kinds of Lenses GANOT
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Diagram Showing Refraction by a Double Convex Lens GANOT
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PurkinjeSanson Images BALL
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Scheiners Experimentan experiment to determine the minimum distance of distinct vision
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Diagram Showing the Corneal Axis UE the Optic Axis 04 the Visual Line RY the Line of Fixation RJ and the Three Angles BALL
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The Horopteric Circle of Müller BALL
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The Visual Angle
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Diagram Illustrating the Decomposition of White Light into the Seven Colors of the Spectrum in Passing Through a Prism BECLARD
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Wools for the Detection of Color Blindness OLIVER
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Positions of Images in Ocular Paralyses BALL
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Lacrymal and Meibomian Glands the latter viewed from the posterior surface of the eyelids The conjunctiva of the upper lid has been partially dis se...
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Diagram of the Normal Visual Field for White and Colors JENNINGS
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Diagram of the Visual Tract BALL
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Diagram of Right Homonymous Hemianopsia and of the sites of lesions which may cause it BALL
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Position of the Nuclei of the Cranial Nerves After EDINGER
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Distribution of the Third and Sixth Nerves in the Orbit LEVEILLÉ
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Nuclei of Origin of the Third and Fourth Nerves POIRIER and CHARPY
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The Origin of the Trigeminal Nerve
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Ophthalmic Division of the Fifth Nerve LEVEILLÉ
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Distribution of the Sensory Nerves of the Head together with the Situation of the Motor Points on the Neck LANDOIS
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Graafian Follicle from Ovary of a Newborn Child After P STRASSMAN
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Transection of Chick Embryo Showing the Three Plastodermic Layers MANTON
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Diagram Showing Development of Spermatozoa in a Seminal Tubule Mc
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Schema to Indicate the Process of Maturation of the Spermatozoa BOVERI HOWELL
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Schematic Representation of the Process Occurring During Celldivision BOVERI HOWELL
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Schematic Representation of the Process Occurring During the Fertilization and Subsequent Segmentation of the Ovum The cromatin chromosomes o...
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Uterus at Menstrual Period Showing Congested Area and Destruction of Mucous Membrane Photomicrograph by Gramm GILLIAM
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Virginal Uterus GRANDIN and JARMAN
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The Foetal Circulation GRANDIN and JARMAN
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INDEX
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Page 355 - To circulate the blood round the body" or (in more detail) "To convey oxygen from the lungs to the tissues and carbon dioxide from the tissues to the lungs...
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Page 191 - A, which can be removed at pleasure. Below the prism is an achromatic eye-piece, having an adjustable slit between the two lenses ; the upper lens being furnished with a screw motion to focus the slit. A side slit, capable of adjustment, admits, when required, a second beam of light from any object whose spectrum it is desired to compare with that of the object placed on the stage of the Microscope. This second beam of light strikes against a very small prism suitably placed inside the apparatus,...
Page 191 - Light, entering the round hole near E, strikes against the right-angled prism which we have mentioned as being placed inside the apparatus, and is reflected up through the slit belonging to the compound prism. If any incandescent object is placed in a suitable position with reference to the round hole, its spectrum will be obtained, and will be seen on looking through it.
Page 192 - Remove a, and open the slit by means of the milled head, not shown in cut, but which is at right angles to d d. When the slit is sufficiently open, the rest of the apparatus acts like an ordinary eyepiece, and any object can be focussed in the usual way. Having focussed the object, replace a, and gradually close the slit till a good spectrum is obtained. The spectrum will be much improved by throwing the object a little out of focus. Every part of the spectrum differs a little from adjacent parts...
Page 443 - The Specific Heat of a body is the ratio of the quantity of heat required to raise that body one degree to the quantity required to raise an equal weight of water one degree.
Page 511 - ... the centimetre as the unit of length, the gramme as the unit of mass, and the second as the unit of time.
Page 332 - The intra-thoracic pressure rises very rapidly after the cessation of the inspiratory effort, and then slowly falls as the air issues from the chest ; at the beginning of the inspiratory effort the fall becomes more rapid. (M. Foster...
Page 272 - I inserted into it a brass pipe whose bore was one-sixth of an inch in diameter ; and to that, by means of another brass pipe which was fitly adapted to it, I fixed a glass tube, of nearly the same diameter, which was...
Page 791 - The latter then serves as a medium of nutrition and respiration until the formation of the placenta at the end of the third month. Chorion. — The chorion is the membrane which envelops the ovum subsequent to the appearance of the amnion. It results from the fusion of the allantois and false amnion. Upon the surface of the choriou are numerous villi.

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