A Treatise on Human Physiology ...

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H.C. Lea, 1871 - 696 pagina's
 

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Intestinal epithelium during digestion
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SECTION I
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Lacteals thoracic duct
46
Cholesterin
47
Oxbile crystallized
48
Glykocholate of soda from oxbile
49
Glykocholate and taurocholate of soda from oxbile
50
Dogs bile crystallized
51
Human bile showing crystalline and resinous matters
52
CHAPTER II
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Duodenal fistula
54
Comminuting machine
55
Cylinders of comminuting machine in profile 57 Human bloodglobules
56
The same seen out of focus
58
The same seen within the focus
59
The same adhering together in rows
60
The same swollen by addition of water
61
The same shrivelled by evaporation
62
Bloodglobules of frog
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White globules of the blood
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Coagulated fibrin
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Coagulated blood
66
Coagulated blood after separation of clot and serum
67
Head and gills of menobranchus
68
Lung of frog
69
Human larynx trachea bronchi and lungs
70
Single lobule of human lung
71
Diagram illustrating the respiratory movements
72
Small bronchial tube
73
Human larynx with glottis closed
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The same with glottis open
75
Human larynx posterior view
76
Circulation of fish
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Circulation of reptiles
78
Circulation of mammalians
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Ꮊ Ꮋ Ꭺ Ꮲ Ꭲ Ꭼ Ꭱ V
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Importance of inorganic substances as ingredients of food_Of saccharine
91
THE BILE
161
FORMATION OF SUGAR IN THE LIVER
186
Human ovum ruptured by pressure
187
Generative organs of human female
193
Corpus luteum four weeks after menstruation
199
CHAPTER X
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Impregnated egg showing embryonic spot
205
Tadpole fully developed
211
Fecundated egg showing formation of amnion
217
Egg of fowl showing allantois amnion
223
Impregnated uterus showing formation of decidua
229
Cotyledon of cows uterus
235
Standard temperature of animalsHow maintainedProduction of heat
247
CHAPTER XIV
259
Human heart anterior view 81 Human heart posterior view
263
no PAGB 87 Heart of frog in contraction
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Diagram of circular fibres of the heart
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Converging fibres of the apex or the heart
274
Artery in pulsation
278
Curves of pulsation in an elastic tube
280
Trace of the radial pulse by sphygmograph
283
After Marey
284
Volkmanns apparatus
287
Chauveaus instrument for measuring arterial current
288
Vein with valves open
293
Small artery with capillary branches
295
Capillary network
296
Diagram of the circulation
308
Lobule of liver
342
Hepatic cells 313
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Nature of excretionExcrementitious substancesEffect of their retention
345
Urea From Lehmann Funkes Atlas
347
Creatine From Lehmann Funkes Atlas
351
121 Creatinine From Lehmann Funkes Atlas
352
22 Urate of soda
353
Uric acid
360
Oxalate of lime
366
Phosphate of magnesia and ammonia
368
SECTION II
371
Nervous filaments from sciatic nerve
374
Nervous filaments from brain
375
28 Division of a nerve
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Terminal corpuscle of sensitive nerve After Frey
380
Termination of nervous filament in muscle After Rouget
381
Nervecells After Dr J Dean
383
Nervous system of starfish
384
Nervous system of aplysia
386
Nervous system of centipede
387
CHAPTER II
399
CHAPTER VI
410
Seat of sensibility and excitability in different parts of the encephalonOlfac
430
THE CRANIAL NERVES
459
CHAPTER VI
492
CHAPTER VII
529
REPRODUCTION
543
CHAPTER II
558
CHAPTER IV
574
CHAPTER VI
596
CHAPTER VII
606
Right auricle and ventricle tricuspid valve open arterial valves closed 83 Right auricle and ventricle tricuspid valve closed arterial valves open 84 Cou...
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CHAPTER VIII
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Necessity for accessory organs in the development of birds and quadrupeds
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DEVELOPMENT OF THE EGG IN THE HUMAN SPECIESFORMATION OF
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CHAPTER XI
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CHAPTER XII
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Nourishment of fætus by maternal and foetal vesselsArrangement of
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DEVELOPMENT OF THE EMBRYO NERVOUS SYSTEM ORGANS OF SENSE
657
DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALIMENTARY CANAL AND ITS APPENDAGES
664
CHAPTER XVI
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CHAPTER XVIII
707
Fibula tied in a knot after maceration in a dilute acid
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Starch grains from wall of lateral ventricle
6
Uriniferous tubules of
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Skull of polar bear
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Gastric mucous membrane in vertica i section
26
Follicles of Lieberkühn
32

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