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" itself in the constant absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the animal body. " " If we understand these paragraphs correctly, they are, as will presently be demonstrated, entirely out of concord with... "
Western Lancet and Hospital Reporter - Page 278
1844
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Animal Chemistry,: Or Organic Chemistry in Its Applications to Physiology ...

Justus Liebig (freiherr von.), William Gregory - Biochemistry - 1842 - 354 pages
...nourishment. In contradistinction to vegetable life, the life of animals exhibits itself in the continual absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the animal body. While no part of an organised being can serve as food to vegetables, until, by the processes of putrefaction...
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Animal chemistry,: or, Organic chemistry in its applications to physiology ...

Justus Liebig (Freiherr von) - Science - 1842 - 354 pages
...nourishment. In contradistinction to vegetable life, the life of animals exhibits itself in the continual absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the animal body. While no part of an organised being can serve as food to vegetables, until, by the processes of putrefaction...
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Animal Chemistry: Or, Organic Chemistry in Its Application to Physiology and ...

Justus Freiherr von Liebig, William Gregory - Biochemistry - 1842 - 347 pages
...nourishment. In contradistinction to vegetable life, the life of animals exhibits itself in the continual absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the animal body. While no part of an organized being can serve as food to vegetables, until, by the processes of putrefaction...
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Animal Chemistry: Or Chemistry in Its Applications to Physiology and Pathology

Justus Freiherr von Liebig, William Gregory - Biochemistry - 1843 - 388 pages
...nourishment. In contradistinction to vegetable life, the life of animals exhibits itself in the continual absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the animal body. While no part of an organised being can serve as food to vegetables, until, by the processes of putrefaction...
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Western Lancet: A Monthly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Volume 2

Medicine - 1848
...component parts of their nourishment. "In contradistinction to vegetable life, the life of animals exhibits itself in the constant absorption of the oxygen of...stronger term, we pronounce them mutually contradictory. "— Phys. Vind. pp. 38-9. A sufficient escape from this dilemma of Dr. Caldwell is reserved by Liebig,...
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Animal chemistry: or, Chemistry in its applications to physiology and pathology

Justus Liebig (Freiherr von) - Biochemistry - 1848 - 173 pages
...nourishment. In contradistinction to vegetable life, the life of animals exhibits itself in the continual absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the animal body. While no part of an organized being can serve as food to vegetables, until, by the processes of putrefaction...
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Complete works on chemistry

Justus Freiherr von Liebig - 1852
...nourishment. In contradiction to vegetable life, the life of animals exhibits itself in the continual absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the anima, body Animals «re distinguished from vegetables by the faculty of locomotion, and, in general,...
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The Institutes of medicine

Martyn Paine - 1858 - 1096 pages
...atmosphere and the elements of the food ;" that " the life of animals exhibits itself in the continual absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the animal body ;" and that " the cause of the state of motion is to be found in a series of changes which the food...
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The Institutes of Medicine

Martyn Paine - Medicine - 1858 - 1096 pages
...atmosphere and the elements of the food ;" that "the life of animals exhibits itself in the continual absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the animal body ;" and that " the cause of the stale of motion is to be found in a series of changes which the food...
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Principles of Social Science, Volume 1

Henry Charles Carey - Economics - 1858
...from the surfaces of their leaves into the air. The life of animals exhibits itself in the continual absorption of the oxygen of the air, and its combination with certain component parts of the body. Its office L to generate animal heat by burning the combustible substances of the frame. It combines...
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