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This is a laboratory outline of mammalian experiments given in a course of physiology at Oxford University. This course compares favorably with those of our better medical schools. Incidentally, the medical schools of Great Britain are handicapped, in teaching these sciences, in the restriction placed on the use of animals for teaching purposes. As the result, most of the experiments outlined in this book are done on decapitated animals. The book will be found helpful to teachers of physiology, pharmacology and physiologic chemistry.
Mammalian Physiology: A Course of Practical Exercises.. JAMA. 1919;73(21):1631. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610470067035
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