Thompson Yates and Johnston Laboratories Report, Volume 6

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Page 207 - LEONE (1901). With a Letter from Dr. Daniels regarding the results arrived at to date.
Page 141 - V. Part I. First Progress Report of the Campaign against Mosquitoes in Sierra Leone (1901). By RONALD Ross, CB, FRCS, FRS 8vo., is.
Page 52 - ... placed around the two tentacula so as to form a sort of cupping instrument. The arrangement of these teeth is as follows : — A rather large tubercle is situated on either side of and above the tentacula ; each is mounted by two or more groups of very small chitinous teeth. Just above each tentaculum is another small group of teeth. On either side of these black tentacula two irregular rows of small teeth are placed one above the other.
Page 170 - ... without allowing it to come in contact with any appreciable volume of air, and for this purpose found the stopper arrangement most convenient. The side tube shown at the lower end of each main tube was designed to trap air which was found to slowly leak in through the rubber pressure tubing, when a vacuum was established by lowering the mercury receiver, and for a long time was a source of annoyance. We subsequently learned that the device had been first introduced by Lord RAYLEIGH. At the end...
Page 52 - Two black hooks or tentacula protrude from the apex of this segment. They are curved towards the ventral surface of the maggot. The apex of each hook is blunt, and its base surrounded by a fleshy ring. Between them is the oral orifice. The tentacular processes are continued for some distance into the body of the maggot as black chitinous structures with expanded bases. There is probably, as in Oestrus...
Page 166 - ... and carefully weighed to definite amount, corresponding, when the flask has been filled by the solvent under experiment, to a definite percentage of chloroform. A series of such flasks is prepared, and immediately after each flask is filled with the desired solvent and either shaken thoroughly by hand until solution is complete, or placed on a rotary shaking machine. After the lapse of several days, during which time the flasks are never opened and are kept shaken up, it is noticed at what level...
Page 189 - ... with protoplasm, and that anaesthesia is due to the formation of such compounds which limit the chemical activities of the protoplasm. The compounds are unstable, and remain formed only so long as the pressure of the anaesthetic in the solution is maintained. Such compounds are formed not only by...
Page 207 - MB, B.Ch., and JH ELLIOTT, MD Part I. Malarial Fever, etc. Giving a full account of the expedition, with numerous views in the text, charts, maps, and two plates, and containing much matter of general importance. Quarto. Price i0s.
Page 168 - The two tubes shown are exactly similar, and are graduated in •cubic centimetres and tenths in the upper portion, and in centimetres in the lower and wider portion. The tubes are connected as shown by means of thick-walled rubber tubing and a glass Y-piece to a stout glass mercury receiver capable of holding more than enough mercury to fill both tubes and their •connections.

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