A Text-book of Chemical Physiology and Pathology

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Longmans, Green, 1891 - Biochemistry - 874 pages
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Contents

Determination of reaction Alkalimetry acidimetry
16
Centrifugal machine
17
Method of testing for sulphur Freseniut
20
Determination of the nitrogen in organic compounds
22
Analysis of organic compounds containing sulphur
24
Tube for collecting blood over mercury
29
The extraction of the gases from the materials under investigation
30
Diagram of Pfliigers pump
31
Vacuum flask for muscle
32
Lunges nitrometer
33
CHAPTER V
36
Diagrams to illustrate polarised light
37
37 19 38 20 39 21 0 22 Soleils saccharimeter
41
Diagram of Soleils saccharimeter VcKcndrick
42
Laurents polarimeter
43
Polarisation of light and polarisers 3
44
Diagram of asymmetric carbon atoms
45
Diagram of spectroscope 47
48
Direct vision prism Gtckleidlen
49
Scale of wavelengths Gschleidlen
50
The spectropolarimeter
53
Hydrogen peroxide sulphuretted hydrogen ammonia
59
Spectropolarimeter of von Fleischl
63
Aromatic compounds
74
Nitrogenous organic compounds amidoacids bileacids uric acid
80
Glycocine crystals Frey
82
Leucine crystals Frey
83
Creatine crystals Frey
84
Creatinine crystals Frey
85
Cystin crystals Frey
86
Sodium glycocholate crystals Frey
87
SO TAC E 40 Allantoin crystals Frey
90
Introductory
92
Dextrose crystals Frey
94
Levulose
99
Inosite crystals Frey
101
Milksugar crystals frey
102
Starch
106
Introductory
112
Apparatus for heatcoagulation
119
Quantitative estimation
126
Proteids as poisons
137
CHAPTER XI
143
CHAPTER XII
151
Unorganised ferments
158
CHAPTER XIII
169
Methods of separation of ptomaines
175
THE CELL
183
Physical and chemical properties of protoplasm
190
The resting nucleus
195
The resting nucleus
196
Karyokinesis
199
Metakinesis
201
Functions of cells
205
Appendixchlorophyll
211
Absorption spectrum of chlorophyll Schunelt
215
Introductory
217
Fibrinfilaments and blood tablets Schafer
221
The plasma
227
Fibrinogen
234
Historical account of the theories of coagulation
242
Extractives of the plasma and serum
251
53 Absorption spectrum of serum lutein
254
White bloodcorpuscles or leucocytes
257
54 Gowers hajmacytometer
263
Effect of reagents on red corpuscles Quaint Anatomy
264
Haemoglobin
267
Oxyhemoglobin crystals Quoins Anatomy
270
Diagram of hexagonal crystals
271
Compounds of hemoglobin
274
Diagrams of absorption spectra of haemoglobin and oxyhemo globin Itollett
276
Absorption spectra of haemoglobin and derivatives
277
Estimation of haemoglobin
282
Gowers hoemoglobinometer
283
Tests for blood
290
Haemin crystals Preyer
291
Lymph in serous cavities in health
338
Pleural fluid
346
The fluid in ovarian cysts 32
352
Pus
361
Kegnault and Reisets respiration apparatus
367
65 Pettenkofers respiration apparatus
368
Diagram to illustrate absorption of carbonic acid by water Bohr
388
67 Diagram to illustrate absorption of carbonic acid by haemoglobin Bohr
389
The gases of the blood
390
Introductory
398
6 Muscular fibre of waterbeetle Melland
401
Chemical composition of muscle
405
Extractives of muscle creatine glycogen lactic acid 4tc
418
Inorganic constituents of muscle
427
Effects of muscular contraction on the urine
436
Pavement epithelium
442
Goblet cells Klein
445
Secreting epithelium
448
Alveoli of serous gland Langley
450
Turacin
454
Pigmented epithelium of retina Mar Sennit te
458
A rod and a cone Max SehulUe
460
Absorption spectra of retinal pigments
463
CHAPTER XXII
466
The elastic fibres elastin
473
Cartilage chondrin
482
Fatcells Schafer
488
Bone
492
Calcium carbonate crystals from an otolith Frey
496
THE CONNECTIVE TISSUES IN DISEASE
497
Gout
508
CHAPTER XXIV
514
The proteids of nervous tissue
523
Cholesterin
531
Hepatic cells with glycogenic deposit Hridenhain
540
The liver composition proteids glycogen c 686
553
The kidneys
559
The ear the skin
566
CHAPTER XXVI
569
Cellular constituents of colostrum Heidenhain
574
Eggs
592
Accessories to food alcohol tea coffee c
600
CHAPTER XXVIII
612
The structure of the cells that secrete saliva
619
Alveoli of serous gland Langley
620
The action of saliva
626
The structure of and changes in the cells that secrete gastric juice
633
A simple cardiac gland Langley
634
The action of gastric juice
643
CHAPTER XXXI
652
Introductory
654
Alveoli of ancreas Kiihne and Lea
655
CHAPTER XXXIII
664
Origin of bile canaliculi within livercells Kupffer
670
The characters of bile and its constituents
674
Absorption spectra of bilepigments
685
The uses and fate of bile in the intestine
686
CHAPTER XXXVI
695
CHAPTER XXXVIII
709
Introductory
720
Uric acid
727
Xanthine
736
CHAPTER XLI
747
CHAPTER XLII
754
The sulphates
760
Fats in the urine 795
765
Urinary deposits
766
Urinary calculi
773
Proteids in the urine
780
The urine in diabetes
788
Alcaptonuria
796
CHAPTER XLVI
818
CHAPTER XLVII
827
CHAPTER XLVIII
847
INDEX
853

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