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H.C. Lea, 1875 - Physiology - 825 pages
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Contents

Oleaginous principles of human fat
71
Human adipose tissue
72
Chyle from thoracic duct of the dog
73
Cells of costal cartilages human
74
Uriniferous tubules of the dog
75
Cholesterine from an encysted tumor
77
Composition and general characters of the albuminous mattersHygrosco
79
Cells of Bacterium termo
83
CHAPTER V
94
Hemoglobine crystals from human blood Funke
95
Hemoglobine crystals from dogfaced baboon Preyer
96
CRYSTALLIZABLE NITROGENOUS MATTERS
102
Sodium glycocholate from oxbile
105
Sodium taurocholate from alcoholic extract of dogs bile
106
Creatine crystallized from hot water Lchmann
107
Crea crystallized by slow evaporation Lchmann
109
CHAPTER VII
113
CHAPTER VIII
131
Alimentary canal of fowl
132
Compound stomach of ox
133
Human alimentary canal
134
Skull of rattlesnake Richard l36 30 Skull of polar bear
137
Human teeth
138
Lobule of parotid gland Wagner
139
Salivary tubes from a muciparous gland Kolliker
140
Gastric follicles from pigs stomach pyloric portion
153
Gastric follicles from pigs stomach cardiac portion
154
Gastric follicle from human stomach cardiac portion Kbllikcr
155
Portion of human pancreas and duodenum Bernard
172
Longitudinal section of wall of duodenum Bernard
180
Entire Brunners gland Frey L80 49 Portion of one of Brunners glands ISO 50 Follicles of Lieberktlhn
181
Loop of small intestine isolated by compressors Colin
182
Contents of stomach during digestion of meat
185
Contents of duodenum during digestion of meat ISC 54 Contents of middle portion of small intestine
186
Intestinal villiClosed follicles of the small intestineAbsorption by
189
Peyers patch from the ileum Boehm
190
A closed follicle of Peyers patch from the pig 100
192
Intestinal epithelium from the dog fasting
193
Capillary bloodvessels of the intestinal villi KSlliker
194
Panizzas experiment on absorption from the intestine
195
Lacteals and lymphatics during digestion
198
Hepatic lobule in transverse section
202
GlycogenIts origin and mode of formationIts transformation into sugar
228
Physical characters of the bloodRod globulesTheir size form and reac
243
Human bloodglobules
244
Red globules of the blood seen within the focus
245
Red globules of the blood shrunken and crenated
246
Red globules of the blood swollen by imbibition
247
Spectrum of hemoglobine in aerated blood 218
248
Spectrum of reduced hemoglobine
250
Bloodglobules of the frog
252
White globules of the blood altered by acetic acid
255
Changes in form of a white globule of the blood
256
Coagulated fibrine
258
Bowl of recently coagulated blood
261
CHAPTER XIII
270
Head and gills of Menobranchus
272
Human larynx trachea bronchi and lungs
273
CHAPTER XIV
300
THE CIRCULATION
318
THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
354
General character of the urineIts physical propertiesVariations in quan
374
SECTION II
399
Nature of nervous irritabilityIrritability of sensitive fibresIrritability
417
CHAPTER III
432
General structure of the spinal cordArrangement of its gray and white sub
443
CHAPTER V
471
Source and general character of the hydrocarbouaceous proximate principles
582
General sensibilitySensations of touchOf temperatureOf painSense
664
SEXUAL GENERATION AND THE MODE OF ITS ACCOMPLISHMENT
682
Constitution of the eggVitelline membraneVitellusOvaries and Ovi
685
CHAPTER IV
695
PERIODICAL OVULATION AND THE FUNCTION OF MENSTRUATION
703
CHAPTER VI
713
DEVELOPMENT OF THE IMPREGNATED
721
DEVELOPMENT OF ACCESSORY ORGANS IN THE IMPREGNATED
738
CHAPTER X
745
HAPTER XII
754
Enlargement of the uterus during pregnancyFormation of the umbilical
763
DEVELOPMENT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM ORGANS OF SENSE SKELETON
769
CHAPTER XV
775
CHAPTER XVI
784
Embryonic urinary apparatusWolffian bodiesTheir structureThe kid
790
Buccal and glandular epithelium deposited from saliva Ml
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