Public health laboratory work, including methods employed in bacteriological research, with special reference to the examination of air, water and food contributed
Blakiston, 1893 - 491 pages
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Page 495 - English Edition, revised and improved. 758 pages. This volume was specially prepared to furnish students with a new text-book of Physiology, elementary so far as to avoid theories which have not borne the test of time and such details of methods as are unnecessary for students in our medical colleges.