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This work is intended to be exhaustive and to furnish in an accessible form the substance of the literature of the world bearing upon the subject, so as to render it largely unnecessary for the student of physiology of the higher class to consult original papers in foreign languages.
The first volume deals mainly with the chemic constitution and the chemic processes of the animal body and with those physical and chemic phenomena which are connected with the production and elaboration of the secretions and other fluids of the body. The work is thorough and well finished.
The contributors to this volume are: J. S. Edkins, M.D.; Arthur Gamgee, M.D.; W. H. Gaskell, M.D., LL.D.; Francis Gotch, B. Sc.; Albert Gray, M.D.; J. Berry Haycraft, D. Sc., M.D.; W. D. Halliburton, M.D., F.R.S.; Leonard Hill, M.D.; F. Gowland Hopkins, B. Sc., M.D.; J. N. Langley, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S.; B. Moore,
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