Alumni History of the University of North Carolina
Christian & King printing Company, 1924 - North Carolina - 950 pages
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Page 407 - A preliminary paper on the relation between the amount of stainable lipoid material in the renal epithelium and the susceptibility of the kidney to the toxic effect of the general anesthetics.
Page 5 - Life of William Hooper; Life of JLM Curry; Obligations and Opportunities of Citizenship; Southern Idealism; The Spirit of the South...
Page 297 - The Philosophy of Education, 1904; The Psychological Principles of Education, 1906; Idealism in Education, 1910; Free Will and Human Responsibility, 1912; Leadership of Bible Study Groups, 1912; Story-telling, Questioning and Studying, 1916; The Teacher as Artist, 1917; Jesus — Our Standard, 1918; Modern Problems as Jesus Saw Them, 1918; Jesus, the Master Teacher, 1920; Christ in ManMaking.
Page 407 - On the Stability of the Acid-Base Equilibrium of the Blood in Normal and in Naturally Nephropathic Animals.
Page 407 - A consideration of the relative toxicity of uranium nitrate for animals of different ages.
Page 406 - The Pathological Changes Which Develop in the Kidney as a Result of Occlusion by Ligature of One Branch of the Renal Artery.
Page 407 - Naturally Nephropathic Animals : The Ability of an Alkaline Solution to Influence the Amount of Stainable Lipoid Material that Appears in the Kidney Following the Use of a General Anesthetic.
Page 407 - The inhibition of the toxicity of uranium nitrate by sodium carbonate, and the protection of the kidney acutely nephropathic from uranium from the toxic action of an anesthetic by sodium carbonate, J.
Page 534 - DUCTLESS GLANDS. Diseases that Can, with Assurance, be Referred to Absence of, or Derangement of Function of, the Ductless Glands.
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