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" livide into very little pipes, which are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye, and these end in the small bladders, or air-cells of the lungs, seen in Figure 5. "
First Book in Physiology and Hygiene - Page 76
by John Harvey Kellogg - 1888
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A Letter to the Lord Bishop of St.David's

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1846
...to the left lung ; and in the lungs these branches FIGURE 4. 'livide into very little pipes, which are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye, and these end in the small bladders, or air-cells of the lungs, seen in Figure 5. The windpipe is made...
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Ventilation illustrated: a tract for the schools of rich and poor

London St. George's and st. James's dispensary - 1848
...the lungs these branches FIGURE 4. Windpipe. \Jk. Y i i divide into very little* pipes, which are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye, and these end in the small bladders, or air-cells of the lungs, seen in Figure 5. The windpipe is made...
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Horses and stables

Frederick Wellington J. Fitzwygram (sir, 4th bart.) - 1869
...as Mange, results directly from the attack of a parasitical insect, the Acarus scabiei. The insects are so small, that they cannot be seen by the naked eye, but they may be discovered by the aid of the microscope or even of the pocket lens. The attacks of...
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Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical ..., Volume 9

Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association - Agriculture - 1883
...it is easily understood. The fat in milk exists in the form of little drops, called globules. They are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye. They have been measured all the way from 1-1,500 to 1-27,000 of an inch in diameter. The larger globules...
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How to Keep Well

Albert Franklin Blaisdell - Physiology - 1893 - 250 pages
...weighs about fifty ounces, is a single gland, and secretes bile ; while the glands in the intestines are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye. 6. General Parts of the Body If we look at our body, we see that it is made up of a middle, barrel-shaped...
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Report of the Board of Health of Mississippi

Mississippi. State Board of Health - Public health - 1911
...cuspidor or spittoon, he spits on the ground? His spit or expectoration contains little germs, which are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye. These little germs are scattered on the ground, and, of course, they render the soil impure and are...
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The Great White Plague: Simple Lessons on Causes and Prevention, Intended ...

William Dodge Frost, Michael Vincent O'Shea - Tuberculosis - 1912 - 48 pages
...gas which we see rising in bubbles. Minute, invisible forms of life exist everywhere about us. They are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye, but if they fall upon a suitable food such as the cut surface of a boiled potato, or a slice of moist...
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Health Habits

Michael Vincent O'Shea, John Harvey Kellogg - Children - 1915 - 216 pages
...harmful is that they generally carry with them little living things called microbes or germs. These are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye. It takes a strong microscope to make them out. There are a good many kinds of them, and some of them are so powerful to do us harm...
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Geology of To-day: A Popular Introduction in Simple Language

John Walter Gregory - Geology - 1915 - 311 pages
...are also composed of small particles which have been derived from Primary rocks, but the particles are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye. They are less than one five-thousandth of an inch in diameter. The essential feature of clay is that...
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The Everyday Health Series ...

Michael Vincent O'Shea - 1921
...harmful is that they generally carry with them little living things called microbes or germs. These are so small that they cannot be seen by the naked eye. It takes a strong miscroscope to make them out. There are a good many kinds of them, and they are capable of doing us...
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