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" How curious if it should hereafter be found that murexide was indeed the source of all the varied hues of birds' plumage ! Still further, it is chiefly those animals which have but one means of exit for their excrements, and who produce large quantities... "
The Chemical Gazette, Or, Journal of Practical Chemistry, in All Its ... - Pagina 238
geredigeerd door - 1854
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1855
...colors, which are made up of those three colors. How curious if it should hereafter be found tli at murexide was indeed the source of all the varied hues...quantities of uric acid, that exhibit a display of coloring. Thus, for example, we have the skin of the serpent and lizard, the scales of fish, the wings...
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The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical Philosophy, Volume 1

1854
...(yellow and blue) can undoubtedly produce all shades of colors, which are made up of those tliree colors. How curious if it should hereafter be found that murexide...quantities of uric acid, that exhibit a display of coloring. Thus, for example, we have the skin of the serpent and lizard, the scales of fish, the wings...
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New York Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 3

1854
...which are made up of those three colors. How curious if it should hereafter be found that niurexide was indeed the source of all the varied hues of birds'...quantities of uric acid, that exhibit a display of coloring. Thus, for example, •we have the skin of the serpent and lizard, the scales of fish, the...
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The Chemist

1854
...(yellow and blue) can undoubtedly produce all shades of colors, which are made up of those three colors. How curious if it should hereafter be found that murexide...of all the varied hues of birds- plumage ! St.ill fur-* ther, it is chiefly those animals which have but one means of exit for their excrements, and...
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The Monthly journal of progress; ed. by W.K. Sullivan

William Kirby Sullivan
...should hereafter be found that murexide was indeed the source of all the varied hues of birds' plumage I Still further, it is chiefly those animals which have...means of exit for their excrements, and who produce largo quantities of uric acid, that exhibit a display of colouring. Thus, for example, we have the...
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Pharmaceutical Journal: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied ..., Volume 14

1855
...of the uric acid in the former case? May it not be transformed by some as yet unknown metamorphoses in the animal body into a substance like alloxan,...have the skin of the serpent and lizard, the scales offish, the wings of butterflies, often coloured in the most gorgeous manner, whilst the skins of the...
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The Monthly Journal of Progress, Volume 1

William Kirby Sullivan - 1854
...the uric acid in the former case? May it not be transformed by some, as yet unknown, matamorphosis in the animal, body into a substance like alloxan,...Still further, it is chiefly those animals which have bnt one means of exit for their excrements, and who produce large quantities of uric acid, that exhibit...
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Annual of scientific discovery. 1855

1855
...(yellow and blue) can undoubtedly produce all shades of colors, which are made up of those three colors. How curious if it should hereafter be found that murexide...quantities of uric acid, that exhibit a display of coloring. Thus, for example, we have the skin of the serpent and lizard, the scales of fish, the wings...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1855
...can undoubtedly produce all shades of colors, which are made up of those three colors. How cuiious if it should hereafter be found that murexide was...quantities of uric acid, that exhibit a display of coloring. Thus, for example, we have the skin of the serpent and lizard, the scales of fish, the wings...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1855
...which are made up of those three colors. How curious if it should hereafter be found that murexidc was indeed the source of all the varied hues of birds'...quantities of uric acid, that exhibit a display of coloring. Thus, for example, we have the skin of the serpent and lizard, the scales of fish, the wings...
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