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The usefulness of this work is indicated by the call for a second edition three years after the first. The work has been greatly enlarged and not only contains concise summaries of recent work but in many instances presents new material. The subtitle refers to investigators who may need information on subjects related to their own fields. Some chapters are so condensed that it is hardly a work for elementary students. The gaps unavoidably left in the first edition are ably filled: a section on hair by Mildred Trotter, on the teeth by Isaac Schour, on ciliated epithelium by A. M. Lucas, on capillaries by August Krogh and Bjovulf Vimtrup, on bone marrow by Florence Sabin, on the spleen by Preston Kyes, on cartilage and bone by A. W. Ham, on the cornea and lens by Ida Mann, on microdissection of the nerve cell by G. S. de Rényi, and
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