A Manual of Veterinary Physiology
1910. An introductory text to the study of veterinary physiology for the student and practitioner. Contents: The Blood; The Heart; The Blood vessels; Respiration; Digestion; The Liver and Pancreas; Absorption; Ductless Glands and Internal Secretions; The Skin; The Urine; Nutrition; Animal Heat; The Muscular System; The Nervous System; The Senses; The Locomotor Apparatus; The Foot; Generation and Development; Growth, Decay and Death; and The Chemical Constituents of the Body.
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