International Catalogue of Scientific Literature: Physiology. Q, Volume 1, Part 2

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International Council, 1903 - Physiology
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Page viii - Britain and Ireland, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Italy, India and Ceylon, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, New South Wales, Norway, Portugal, Poland, Queensland, Russia, South Australia, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States of America, Victoria, Western Australia, Finland. The branches of Science to be included in the Catalogue are the seventeen following-
Page vii - delegates of the Royal Society and representatives of the four largest subscribers— the United States of America, Germany, France, and Italy. The materials out of which the Catalogue is formed are to be furnished by Regional Bureaus. Regional Bureaus have
Page 320 - Spangaro, S. Sur les modifications histologiques que subissent le testicule de l'homme et les premières voies de conduction du sperme depuis la naissance jusqu'à la vieillesse, avec considération spéciale sur le processus d'atrophie, sur le développement du tissu élastique et sur la présence de cristaux. Arch.
Page vi - It was agreed that the material should, as far as possible, be collected in the various countries by local organisations established for the purpose, and that the final editing and publication of the Catalogue should be entrusted to a Central International Bureau, acting under the direction of an International Council. It was agreed to establish the Central Bureau in London.
Page 402 - Spangaro, S. Sur les modifications histologiques que subissent le testicule de l'homme et les premières voies de conduction du sperme depuis la naissance jusqu'à la vieillesse, avec considération spéciale sur le processus d'atrophie, sur le développement du tissu élastique et sur la présence
Page 354 - Recueil des travaux du Comité consultatif d'hygiène publique de France et des actes officiels de l'administration sanitaire.
Page 280 - On the formation of specific antibodies in the blood following upon treatment with the sera of different animals, together with their use in legal medicine. J.
Page v - outgrowth of the Catalogue of Scientific Papers relating to the scientific literature of the nineteenth century, published by the Royal Society of London. The suggestion to catalogue scientific papers may be traced back to Prof. Henry, of Washington, USA, who brought the subject under the notice of the British Association for the Advancement
Page vii - the Royal Society be requested to organise the Central Bureau, and to do all necessary work, so that the preparation of the Catalogue might be commenced in 1901. Mainly in consequence of

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