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March 3, 1900

Kirkes' Handbook of Physiology.

JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(9):575. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460090061036

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Abstract

Having already noticed the Morant-Baker Coleman edition of Kirkes' Physiology, we have again brought to The Journal's attention this briefer and smaller production. The books, though both bearing the same name, are not the same, the present one being quite different in text and compass from the others. (See page 509 last week's number). It has a decided advantage as a text-book, in that it describes the various organs, tissues and functions in a more simple, clear, and concise manner, is amply illustrated and, though smaller, is less in price than the other and larger work. This compensates for the less full and elaborate treatment of some of the subjects by the editors than in the other edition.

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