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" ... recent and trustworthy work the physician can obtain, and it is to be hoped that an English translation will soon appear, though Cobbold's Entozoa is most excellent in its way; and the best English work on the subject. RECENT RESEARCHES ON THE NERVOUS... "
The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Page 308
1852
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 3

Industrial arts - 1852
...ON THE TRACES OF VEGETATION IN COAL. AT the Boston Natural History Society, August, Mr. Tescbemacher stated the results of his study respecting the traces...indispensable. I believe, however, that the investigation of ihe former branch, hitherto almost untouched, will lead to by far the most interesting results. One...
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The American Naturalist, Volume 12

Biology - 1878
...work on the subject. RECENT RESEARCHES ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM OF THE HYDROZOA.'2 — The work before us is one of the most important contributions to our knowledge of the nervous system of the pelagic Medusa; that has ever appeared. The investigations were principally confined...
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The American Naturalist, Volume 12

Biology - 1878
...work on the subject. RECENT RESEARCHES ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM OF THE HYDROZOA. 2 —The work before us is one of the most important contributions to our knowledge of the nervous system of the pelagic Medusae that has ever appeared. The investigations were principally confined...
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Psyche, Volume 8

Electronic journals - 1899
...and Aitken, on Bombay butterflies. This paper which appears in volumes x and xl of the Bombay journal is one of the most important contributions to our knowledge of the early stages of tropical butterflies that have appeared in recent years. It is accompanied by eight...
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The Metabolism and Energy Transformations of Healthy Man During Rest, Issue 126

Francis Gano Benedict, Thorne Martin Carpenter - Metabolism - 1910 - 255 pages
...and Tigerstedt, undertaken primarily on the grounds of hygiene in connection with school ventilation, is one of the most important contributions to our knowledge of the carbon-dioxide excretion that has ever been made. Unquestionably the results of the Scandinavian investigators...
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