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" This view of the nature of aliments is singularly illustrated and maintained by the familiar instance of the composition of milk. All other matters appropriated by animals as food, exist for themselves ; or for the use of the vegetable or animal of which... "
Chemistry, Meteorology, and the Function of Digestion: Considered with ... - Page 463
by William Prout - 1834 - 564 pages
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 29

Medicine - 1836
...the three classes of staminal principles, is necessary to form an alimentary compound, well adapted to their use. This view of the nature of aliments...find a model of what an alimentary substance ought to be — a kind of prototype, as it were, of numerous materials in general. Now, every sort of milk that...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1834
...aliments is singularly illustrated and maintained by the familiar instance of the composition of Milk. AH other matters appropriated by animals as food, exist...prepared by nature expressly as food ; and it is the only materiol throughout the range of organization that is so prepared. In milk, therefore, we should expect...
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The Bridgewater treatises on the power, wisdom and goodness of God as ...

Francis Henry Egerton Bridgewater (Earl of) - Religion - 1836
...; and they are either confined to glandular secretions, or are excrementitious, or extra vascular : that is to say, these modifications and combinations...therefore, we should expect to find a model of what an elementary substance ought to be — a kind of prototype, as it were, of nutritious materials in general....
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The Medico-Chirurgical Review,and Journal of Practical Medicine Volume ...

James Johnson,M.D. and Henry James Johnson,Esq.Edited By - 1836
...singularly illustrated and maintained by the familiar instance of the composition of milk. A11 other matteis appropriated by animals as food, exist for themselves...find a model of what an alimentary substance ought to be — a kind of prototype, as it were, of nutritious materials in general. Now, every sort of milk...
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On the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God: As Manifested in the Adaptation of ...

Thomas Chalmers - Human beings - 1836 - 276 pages
...aliments is singularly illustrated and maintained by the familiar instance of the composition of Milk. AH other matters appropriated by animals as food, exist...use of the vegetable or animal of which they form a constitucnt part. But milk is designed and prepared by nature expressly as food ; and it is the only...
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On the Nature and Treatment of Stomach and Urinary Diseases:: Being an ...

William Prout - Stomach - 1840 - 483 pages
...four staminal principles, is necessary to form an alimentary compound well adapted to their use. 38. This view of the nature of aliments is singularly...and it is the only material throughout the range of organisation that is so prepared. In milk, therefore, we should expect to find a model of what an alimentary...
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Elements of Physiology, Volume 2

Johannes Müller - Physiology - 1843 - 886 pages
...staminal principles, is necessary to form an alimentary compound well adapted to their use. stituent part. But milk is designed and prepared by nature...and it is the only material throughout the range of organisation that is so prepared. In milk, therefore, we should expect to find a model of what an alimentary...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 1; Volume 46

Medicine - 1845
...animals. In illustration of his views, Dr. Prout has selected milk as an example, observing that " milk is designed and prepared by nature expressly...find a model of what an alimentary substance ought to be — a kind of prototype, as it were, of nutritious matter in general." We have ourselves, however,...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 46

1845
...animals. In illustration of his views, Dr. Prout has selected milk as an example, observing that " milk is designed and prepared by nature expressly...and it is the only material throughout the range of orfanization that is so prepared. In milk, therefore, we should expect to nd a model of what an alimentary...
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On the management of the skin as a means of promoting and preserving health

William James Erasmus Wilson (sir.) - 1849
...the higher classes of animals, and especially of man." And the same author beautifully remarks—" This view of the nature of aliments is singularly...find a model of what an alimentary substance ought to be, a kind of prototype, as it were, of nutritious matters in general. Now, every sort of milk that...
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