By L. Michaelis, M.D., Member of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research. Translated from the German manuscript by Louis B. Flexner. Cloth. Price, $3. Pp. 199, with 16 illustrations. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1930.
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This small volume in a relatively new but rapidly increasing field of interest is the latest in the series of monographs on experimental biology, founded by the late Jacques Loeb. The monographs on experimental biology were founded to bring together the results in special fields of research in separate treatises, especially those fields in which the methods of the exact science are applied to the study of biologic phenomena. The latest member of this series is a worthy companion to its predecessors. Dr. Michaelis is perhaps best known for his contributions to experimental medicine from the point of view of the applications of physical chemistry, a number of articles on which have appeared in the scientific journals under his name, and by his monograph in German on hydrogen ion concentration, a book which holds equal rank with Clark's masterpiece on hydrogen ion concentration. Dr. Michaelis, therefore, is eminently qualified to
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