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... and elegantly classed; but their laws have not yet been developed from such
simple principles as those above mentioned; though it is probable, that they
depend on the. 6. mentioned; In this sense the stimulus of the blood produces the
5. The arterial system consists of the aorta and the pulmonary artery, which are
attended through their whole course with their correspondent veins. The
pulmonary artery receives the blood from the right chamber of the heart, and
carries it to ...
Here the blood changes its colour from a dark red to a bright scarlet. It is then
collected by the branches of the pulmonary vein, and conveyed to the left
chamber of the heart. 6. The aorta is another large artery, which receives the
blood from the ...
... having suffered some change in them, are carried forward into the blood, and
supply perpetual nourishment to the system, or replace its hourly waste. 8. The 8.
The stomach and intestinal canal have a constant vermicular. 8 DEFINITIONS.
... and some other glands of the body, has induced the inquirers into this subject
to believe, that a fluid, perhaps much more subtile than the electric aura, is
separated from the blood by that organ for the purposes of motion and sensation.
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Written by the grandfather of Charles Darwin, this book is a masterful treatise on the medical disorders and how to treat them. Primarily of interest to people who are interested in the period ... Read full review