Thompson Yates and Johnston Laboratories Report, Volume 5, Part 1

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Page 186 - Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, and Kentucky; the third zone shall embrace the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, and Oklahoma; the fourth zone shall embrace the States of Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri; and the fifth...
Page ii - LEONE (1901). With a Letter from Dr. Daniels regarding the results arrived at to date.
Page 303 - ... as long as the cell ; posterior cross-vein about its own length distant from the mid, which is the same size.
Page ii - V. Part I. First Progress Report of the Campaign against Mosquitoes in Sierra Leone (1901). By RONALD Ross, CB, FRCS, FRS 8vo., is.
Page 303 - Wings with the first sub-marginal cell considerably longer and narrower than the second posterior cell, its base nearer the base of the wing, its stem...
Page 56 - Government grant from the Royal Society, and in part by the Cavendish Laboratory. I wish to thank Professor JJ Thomson, FRS, for his kind encouragement, and my thanks are also due to Mr.
Page 292 - ... and in default of payment thereof to imprisonment with or without hard labour for a period not exceeding...
Page 308 - Wings with the fork-cells short, the first submarginal longer and narrower than the second posterior cell, its base nearer the base of the wing than that of the second posterior cell, its stem...
Page 124 - Anzeiger/ vol. iii, p. 511), is the name trophoblast. I propose to confer this name to the epiblast of the blastocyst as far as it has a direct nutritive significance, as indicated by proliferating processes, by immediate contact with maternal tissue, maternal blood, or secreted material.
Page 305 - ... a little more than half the length of the cell; stem of the second posterior...

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