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Page 298 - which is held by a spring clamp, the water in the burette is brought to a level close to the top. The tap is then closed to the outside, and the reading of the burette (which is graduated to '05 cc, and may be read to '01 cc) taken after careful levelling.
Page 49 - breathed per minute by the active lung than was previously breathed by the two lungs together. This increase in the quantity of air breathed is accompanied by an increase in the quantity of oxygen absorbed and of carbonic acid eliminated by the animal, the two being increased pari passu, so that the respiratory quotient, as a rule,
Page 170 - increased." And they further add that, " in no one of our experiments do we find a confirmation of the results reported by Rachford and Southgate, who found on an average that the proteolytic action of pancreatic juice was increased one-fourth by the addition of bile.
Page 475 - There is no essential difference in the course or nature of the metabolism either during fasting or after feeding with the ordinary proteids of flesh, with vegetable food such as oatmeal, or with food rich in nucleins such as thymus
Page 155 - spasm has the mechanical and electrical character of a continuous contraction is of value, not from its bearing on the mode of action of a particular chemical substance, but from the evidence it affords that discontinuity is not essential to energetic display of contractile force
Page 116 - salts attached in such a way as to alter the solubilities is certainly a strong one. That it is not simply albumin or globulin appears evident from the comparatively insoluble character of both types of granules but especially the coarse
Page 49 - by the animal, the two being increased pari passu, so that the respiratory quotient, as a rule, is not altered. The cause of the increase in the quantity of oxygen absorbed and of carbonic acid eliminated
Page 169 - Influence of bile on the proteolytic action of pancreatic juice. Chittenden and Albro conclude, "That the addition of fresh bile to a neutral pancreatic extract does not give rise to any great degree of stimulation,