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" The free surface of the corium is beset with small eminences thus named, which seem chiefly intended to contribute to the perfection of the skin as an organ of touch, seeing that they are highly developed where the sense of touch is exquisite, and vice... "
Elements of anatomy - Page cclxi
by Jones Quain - 1856
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Elements of anatomy. [Another], Volume 1

Jones Quain - 1848
...sole ; these are caused by ranges of the papillae, to be immediately described. Papilla;. Papilla. — The free surface of the corium is beset with small...the production of the cuticular tissue, and hence arc largesized and numerous under the nail. The papilla; are large, and in close array on the palm...
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The Senses and the Intellect

Alexander Bain - Intellect - 1855 - 614 pages
...and sole ; these are caused by ranges of the papillae, to be immediately described. ' Papilla. — The free surface of the corium is beset with small...hence are large-sized and numerous under the nail The papillae are large, and in close array on the palm and palmar surface of the fingers, and on the corresponding...
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The Senses and the Intellect

Alexander Bain - Intellect - 1855 - 614 pages
...production of the cuticular tissue, and hence are large-sized and numerous under the nail. The papillae are large, and in close array on the palm and palmar...fingers, and on the corresponding parts of the foot There FIG. 6.* they are ranged in lines forming the curvilinear ridges seen when the skin is still...
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The Senses and the Intellect

Alexander Bain - Intellect - 1855 - 614 pages
...touch, seeing that they are highly developed where the sense of touch is exquisite, and vice versd. They serve also to extend the surface for the production of the cuticiilar tissue, and hence are large-sized and numerous under the naiL The papillte are large, and...
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Quain's elements of anatomy, ed. by W. Sharpey A. Thomson and J. Cleland. 2 ...

Jones Quain - 1867
...of the skin as an organ of touch, seeing that they are highly developed where the sense of touch in exquisite, and vice versa. They serve also to extend...hence are large-sized and numerous under the nail. The papillae are large, and in close array on the palm and palmar surface of the lingers, and on the corresponding...
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Quain's elements of anatomy, ed. by W. Sharpey A. Thomson and J. Cleland. 2 ...

William Sharpey - 1867
...developed where the sense of touch is exquisite, and vice versa. They serve abo to extend the • irf.icc- for the production of the cuticular tissue, and hence are large-sized and numerous under the naiL The papillœ are large, and in close array on the palm and palmar surface of the fingers, and on the corresponding...
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The Senses and the Intellect

Alexander Bain - 1868 - 696 pages
...touch, seeing that they are highly developed where the sense of touch is exquisite, and vice versd. They serve also to extend the surface for the production...hence are large-sized and numerous under the nail. The papillae are large, and in close array on the palm and palmar surface of the fingers, and on the corresponding...
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The Senses and the Intellect

Alexander Bain - Mind and body - 1872 - 696 pages
...production of the cuticular tissue, and hence are large-sized and numerous under the nail The papillae are large, and in close array on the palm and palmar surface of the fingers, and on the corresponding parta of the foot There they are ranged in lines forming the curvilinear ridgM seen when the skin is...
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Quain's Elements of Anatomy, Volume 2

Allen Thomson, Sir Edward Albert Sharpey-Schäfer, George Dancer Thane - Human anatomy - 1882
...highly developed where :he sense of touch is exquisite. They serve also to extend the surface for che production of the cuticular tissue, and hence are large-sized and numerous under the nail. The papillae are large, and in close array on the palm of the hand and palmar surface of the fingers, and...
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Quain's Elements of Anatomy, Volume 1, Issue 2

Sir George Dancer Thane - 1891
...as an organ of touch, seeing that they are highly developed where the sense of touch is exquisite. They serve also to extend the surface for the production...hence are large-sized and numerous under the nail. The papillae are large, and in close array on the palm of the hand and palmar surface of the fingers, and...
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