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Physiology at the British Association

Nature volume 85, pages 2628 (03 November 1910) | Download Citation



IN addition to the presidential address, which has appeared already in NATURE, there were a number of interesting papers communicated to the section. Physiology was unique in that it was the only section that met at the University; and thus, although somewhat isolated from the other sections, enjoyed the advantage of the laboratories for demonstrations.

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