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On Food: Its Varieties, Chemical Composition, Nutritive Value, Comparative ... - Page 63
by Henry Letheby - 1872 - 255 pages
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The Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 6

Lunsford Pitts Yandell, Theodore Stout Bell - Medicine - 1842
...of tissue metamorphosed in a given time, may be measured by the quantity of nitrogen in the urine. "The sum of the mechanical effects produced in two...consumed by the limbs, or by the heart and other viscera. "That condition of the body which is called health, includes the conception of an equilibrium among...
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Animal chemistry,: or, Organic chemistry in its applications to physiology ...

Justus Liebig (Freiherr von) - Science - 1842 - 354 pages
...amount of tissue metamorphosed in a given time may be measured by the quantity of nitrogen in the urine. The sum of the mechanical effects produced in two...consumed by the limbs or by the heart and other viscera. That condition of the body which is called health includes the conception of an equilibrium among all...
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Chemistry in Its Application to Agriculture and Physiology

Justus Freiherr von Liebig - 1843 - 246 pages
...amount of tissue metamorphosed in a given lime may be measured by the quantity of nitrogen in the urine. The sum of the mechanical effects produced in two...consumed by the limbs or by the heart and other viscera. That condition of the body which is called health includes the conception of an equilibrium among all...
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Complete works on chemistry

Justus Freiherr von Liebig - 1852
...amount of tissue metamorphosed in a given time may be measured by the quantity of nitrogen in the urine. The sum of the mechanical effects produced in two individuals, in the same ternperature, is proportional to the amount of nitrogen in their urine; whether the mechanical force...
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Report of the Secretary, Volume 6

Michigan. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1867
...by Liebig, and assumed to be substantially correct by BO many writers, did not hold good namely, that " The sum of the mechanical effects produced...been consumed by the limbs or by the heart and other vicera " unless, indeed, as has been assumed by some experimenters, there is, with increased nitrogen...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Volume 3

Chemistry - 1868
...ofliving matter, which in the body loses the condition of life, is, in equal temperatures, direct'y proportional to the mechanical effects produced in...produced in two individuals in the same temperature ia proportional to the amount of nitrogen in their urine; whether the mechanical force has been employed...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 52

Medicine - 1873
...of tissue metamorphosed in a given time may he measured by the quantity of nitrogen in the urine." "The sum of the mechanical effects produced in two...consumed by the limbs or by the heart and other viscera." The author quotes the interesting observations of Professors Haughtoii and Frankland on the mechanical...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 50, Part 1880

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - Science - 1880
...amount of tissue metamorphosed in a given time may be measured by the quantity of nitrogen in the urine. The sum of the mechanical effects produced in two...whether the mechanical force has been employed in the voluntary or involuntary motions, whether it has been consumed by the limbs, or by the heart and...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 50

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1880
...amount of tissue metamorphosed in a given time may be measured bv the quantity of nitrogen in the urine. The sum of the mechanical effects produced in two...whether the mechanical force has been employed in the voluntary or involuntary motions, whether it has been consumed by the limbs, or by the heart and...
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Introduction to the Study of the Scientific Principles of Agriculture: Being ...

Sir Joseph Henry Gilbert - Agriculture - 1884 - 47 pages
...measured by the quantity of nitrogen in the urine.' ' The sum of the mechanical effects produced in _ two individuals, in the same temperature, is proportional...consumed by the limbs or by the heart and other viscera.' Thus, apparently influenced by the physiological considerations which he had adduced, and notwithstanding...
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