Hva folk mener - Skriv en omtale
Vi har ikke funnet noen omtaler på noen av de vanlige stedene.
Andre utgaver - Vis alle
abortus absent Absorbed Abstr acid action agglutinins alcohol alkaloids amount Anon antibody solution antigen appearance Assoc authors Biol bismuth blood body carbon tetrachloride caudal cent Chem chim color containing culture described detection determination developed dilution discussion dorsal doses Drug effect Eggs esophagus examined experiments extract genital given head human injection intestine iodine lateral less Linn lobe Lond melitensis method milk monkeys Mouth Notes obtained organs ovary pairs papillae Parasitic patient Pharm pneumococcus Type pneumonia pore positive preparation present production protective rays reaction received reference samples satyrus separated serum showed Simia simple single sodium solution somite species spicules standard strain substance sucker Table tion treatment United usually vaccine variety various ventral
Side vii - NLM is now a part of the National Institutes of Health. One of the three national libraries, it is the largest research library in a single scientific and professional field.
Side 65 - Digest of comments on the pharmacopoeia of the United States of America and on the National formulary for the calendar year ending December 31, 1914, by Martin I.
Side vii - Reports issued by the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce of the United States Department of Commerce, 1920, Nos.
Side 73 - No. 73. — The Effect of a Number of Derivatives of Choline and Analogous Compounds on the Blood Pressure.
Side 67 - Prof. MP Ravenel, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. LABORATORY CORPS Director. — Surg. George W. McCoy. Assistant director. — Surg. RE Dyer. Executive assistant. — EK Foltz. Chief Pharmacists.— WG Bender, Ph.
Side 74 - The relative value of infundibular extracts made from different species of mammals and a comparison of their physiological activity with that of certain commercial preparations. By George B. Roth. II. Pharmacological studies with cocaine and novocaine ; a comparative investigation of these substances in intact animals and on isolated organs. By George B. Roth.
Side 122 - Zeder, 1800 . Generic diagnosis (from Hall 1916).— Body very slender, capillary; anterior, oesophageal portion of body shorter than, or rarely equal to the posterior portion of body. Bacillary band dorsal, ventral, or lateral, or absent. Oesophagus long and slender, gradually increasing in size posteriorly. Spicule long and slender, surrounded by a sheath which may present a smooth outer surface when evaginated, or a surface armed with spines. Tail of male may or may not be provided with membranous...