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Nature volume 54, pages 633636 | Download Citation



THE formation of an independent section for Physiology and Experimental Pathology has been fully justified by the success of its second meeting at Liverpool. In scientific importance the communications compared favourably with those of Oxford, whilst the number of papers was so large that the business of the Section was with difficulty got through, although the sittings were extended to six days.

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