Journal of Comparative Neurology, Volume 15

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Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, 1905

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Page 80 - AS yield readily to organic, or true animal iron treatment. A resort to inorganic iron preparations or tonics, serves only to stimulate corpuscular proliferation without supplying sufficient nutrition to mature the blood cells.
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Page 480 - ... statistics will at least consider the points raised. It gives me pleasure to acknowledge my indebtedness to the Carnegie Institution for aid in carrying on this and other biometric investigations. LITERATURE CITED. Beeton, M. and Pearson, K. :01. Inheritance of the Duration of Life and the Intensity of Natural Selection in Man.
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