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" ... least that leprosy bacilli in variable number have been encountered in these cells, and assuming that their entrance occurred through the activity of the nerve cell itself. All other cells in which phagocytosis has been observed are mesodermal derivatives.... "
Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society - Page 180
1917
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The London

London (England) - 1867
...longitude, is a terra incognita, almost entirely unknown to Europeans. It is to be feared that Livingstone, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of Southern Africa, has at last fallen by the hands of some of those barbarous tribes whom he sought to...
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The natural history of man: being an account of the manners and ..., Volume 2

John George Wood - Ethnology - 1870
...must be abandoned, and a new name taken, by which the bearer will ever afterwards be known. Mr. Angas, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of the Australians, gives an interesting account of the burial of a boy, as described to him by an eye-witness...
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A Guide to the Practical Examination of Urine ..

James Tyson - Urine - 1886 - 249 pages
...liter, while the tannic acid method requires. 15 to .2 gram. It is the one preferred by v. Jaksch, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of peptonuria and its clinical significance. In the filtrate thus obtained the "biuret" reaction is now...
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The Mystery of William Shakespeare: A Summary of Evidence

Thomas Ebenezer Webb - 1902 - 302 pages
...Peele, ' the Atlas of Poetry,' and Lodge, the 'young Juvenal,' and Nash, the indefatigable pamphleteer, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of the literary history of his times ; but not one of these has left the slightest intimation that he...
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Journal of the Federated Malay States Museums, Volumes 1-2

Natural history - 1906
...forms. I have much pleasure in naming this distinct species in honour of Mr. Kobinson, its discoverer, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of the mammalian fauna of the Malay Peninsula and its islands. MI'S T105UMCUS, MILL. S 330, 333 ; $ 331,...
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The Portfolio: Monographs on Artistic Subjects..., Issues 47-48

Philip Gilbert Hamerton - 1906
...evening and the morning make the day." Besides the three English artists, Hogarth, Highmore, and Hayman, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of what people looked like and what they did, there are several foreigners who have also contributed a...
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Union University: its history, influence, characteristics and equipment ...

Andrew Van Vranken Raymond - 1907
...is contained in the semi-centennial address of one of the three graduates, the Rev. Joseph Sweetman, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of these first years. The story told in his own words is as follows: "The first Commencement was in May,...
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Union University: its history, influence, characteristics and equipment ...

Andrew Van Vranken Raymond - 1907
...is contained in the semi-centennial address of one of the three graduates, the Rev. Joseph Sweetman, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of these first years. The story told in his own words is as follows : "The first Commencement was in May,...
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Calais under English rule

George Amelius Crawshay Sandeman - Calais (France) - 1908 - 140 pages
...were passing to and fro, or when some royal or noble personage paid a visit to the town. Even Turpyn, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of Calais during a portion of the sixteenth century, is reduced to recording on one occasion the appearance...
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Infection and Immunity: A Text-book of Immunology and Serology for Students ...

Charles Edmund Simon - Immunity - 1915 - 351 pages
...phagocytosis has been observed are mesodermal derivatives. Microphages and Macrophages. Metschnikoff, to whom we are indebted for so much of our knowledge of phagocytosis, in all its aspects, divides the cells which are endowed with this power into two large...
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