Title: Mammalian Physiology. A Course of Practical ...
Publisher: Humphrey Milford., Oxford, England.
Publication Date: 1919
VG. no jacket. Brown cloth boards. Rare hardcover edition. This is the important laboratory dissection/experimentation book on mammalian neurology and nervous systems by Sir C S Sherrington, who went on to win the Nobel Prize in 1932, with Edgar Adrian, "for their discoveries regarding the functions of neurons.", the exact material covered in this publication. Previous owners provenance includes Dr Henry Laurens (Yale University, ca 1921) , and Prof. H.S.Mayerson (Dept Physiology, Tulane University). Topics deal with all the various systems reliant on electrical stimulation and control - muscles, hormone organs, nerve cells distributions and organization through mammalian bodies, respiration, salivation, blood circulation and control, the heart, gastro-intestinal tract activity, more. This is a clear memento of landmark 20th century science in medicine and physiology. A unique format copy. Extraordinary colour plates. Internally nFINE. [B206-215]. Bookseller Inventory # 000959
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