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1031 example sentences with  physiology

1031 example sentences with physiology

Physiology, relying on organic chemistry, has at least justified by experiment the choice of the civilized world.

We should wonder at the discrepancy between physiology and facts, theory and the evidence of our senses and daily experience among the world of smokers, and be ready to renounce either science or "the weed.

" Fortunately for our peace of mind and for our respect for physiology, the first point of the proposition is not satisfactorily proved, and the second is untrue.

So, also, the broad distinction between reproduction by seeds or ova and propagation by buds, though perfect in some of the lowest forms of life, becomes evanescent in others; and even the most absolute law we know in the physiology of genuine reproduction, that of sexual co-operation, has its exceptions in both kingdoms in parthenogenesis, to which in the vegetable kingdom a most curious series of gradations leads.

The Physiology of Common Life.

Being Outlines of the Structure, Physiology, and Classification of Plants.

By Worthington Hooker, M.D., Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine in Yale College, Author of "Human Physiology," "Child's Book of Nature," etc. New York.

An Examination of the Two Natures of Christ in their Relations to Physiology and Revelation.

Thus, for example, physiology owes the impulse to the discovery of previously unnoticed mechanical connections (cf.

A benevolent desire to launch far and wide the already well-spread reputation of the New York rowdy impels the present writer to declare his conviction, that, should Physiology offer a premium for the production of a perfect and unmitigated specimen of polisson, Experience would seek for it among the choice representatives of the class in question,ay, and find it, too.

Yet, as a man of science, he well knew that just on the verge of the demonstrable facts of physics and physiology there is a nebulous border-land which what is called "common sense" perhaps does wisely not to enter, but which uncommon sense, or the fine apprehension of privileged intelligences, may cautiously explore, and in so doing find itself behind the scenes which make up for the gazing world the show which is called Nature.

This conception of "humours," based on a physiology which was already obsolescent, takes heavily from the realism of Jonson's methods, nor does his use of a careful vocabulary of contemporary colloquialism and slang save him from a certain dryness and tediousness to modern readers.

Its eager experimentalism tried the impossible; wrote poems and then gave them a weight of meaning they could not carry, as when Fletcher in The Purple Island designed to allegorize all that the physiology of his day knew of the human body, or Donne sought to convey abstruse scientific fact in a lyric.

To a modern reader it is a desolating and at times a mildly amusing book, in which everything from the liver to the seven deadly sins is personified; in which after four books of allegorized contemporary anatomy and physiology, the will (Voletta) engages in a struggle with Satan and conquers by the help of Christ and King James!

What Dr. Sieveking said in 1854 holds equally good to-day; and, indeed, the position then taken has received substantial indorsement through the positive results of more recent experimental physiology.

It is true that he especially made researches into the general laws of physiology, the secret of the vital functions, and the operation of the various organic systems that constitute living matter, but his immediate object was not to furnish weapons for the art of curing.

The unfortunate frog, so aptly named "the Job of physiology," becomes resigned to living under most dreadful conditions, and when, through sheer exhaustion, he has succumbed, his twitching limbs may still he used as an object of experimentation for twenty-four hours.

Wishing to put gymnastics in harmony with Nature, he studied anatomy, physiology, and the natural sciences.

The authority just quoted, in continuation, says:"Notwithstanding bodily exercises under the name of Turnen were generally known and practised in Germany at the beginning of the present century, and many of its enlightened professional writers tried to give to them a proper direction by combining them with anatomy and physiology, Ling must be considered as the founder of the rational system of movements."

The cities are supplied year by year with people from the country; yet the latter, the source of all this supply, does not produce so healthy mothers as the city; and were it not for the increasing study of physiology and its vital truths, we fear that we should awaken too late to a knowledge of our physical degeneration.

Yet people look with infinite expectations of health, strength, beauty, intellect, as the product of $0 times {-1}$. The late Colonel Jaques, of the "Ten Hills Farm," knew ever so much better;what a pity so much sound physiology should have been confined to "Caelobs," and "Dolly Creampot," and the likes of them!

A textbook of anatomy and physiology.

R92084, 19Mar52, Dorothy G. Sapp, Margery G. Dunn, Mary E. Greenlaw (c of E. Greenlaw) & Dudley Miles (A) GREER, JOSEPH H. Physiology of sex life.

Physiology of sex life.

HOWELL, WILLIAM H. A textbook of physiology for medical students and physicians.

Maria M. Benjamine (W); 28Mar55; R146643. Physiology and correspondence.

Physiology and correspondence.

BUDINGTON, MABEL S. Physiology and human life.

SEE Budington, Robert A. BUDINGTON, ROBERT A. Physiology and human life.

Based on Advanced physiology and hygiene, by Herbert A. Conn and Robert A. Budington.

Clinical physiology.

LECTURES ON PLANT PATHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY IN RELATION TO MAN.

SEE Lectures on plant pathology and physiology in relation to man.

SAUNDERS (W. B.) CO. Lectures on plant pathology and physiology in relation to man.

SEE Lectures on plant pathology and physiology in relation to man.

Gluyas Williams (A); 1Nov56; R179605. WILLIAMS, JESSE F. An outline for teaching anatomy and physiology, based on A textbook of anatomy and physiology, 3d ed.

Gluyas Williams (A); 1Nov56; R179605. WILLIAMS, JESSE F. An outline for teaching anatomy and physiology, based on A textbook of anatomy and physiology, 3d ed.

Jesse F. Williams (A); 1Nov56; R179831. A textbook of anatomy and physiology.

Experimental plant physiology.

CLARK, JANET H. A text-book of physiology for medical students and physicians.

A text-book of physiology for medical students and physicians.

SEE Howell, William H. HOWELL, WILLIAM H. A text-book of physiology for medical students and physicians.

Grace Humphrey (A); 15Dec58; R227406. HULBURT, TERESA H. A text-book of physiology for medical students and physicians.

KINCADE, ELIZABETH P. Experimental plant physiology.

MILLER, DELLA S. Plant physiology with references to the green plant.

MILLER, EDWIN C. Plant physiology with references to the green plant.

Experimental plant physiology.

PEIRCE, ROSAMOND H. Experimental plant physiology.

STILES, EDMUND K. Nutritional physiology.

Nutritional physiology.

SEE Garrett, Henry E. SCHNEIDER, EDWARD C. Physiology of muscular activity.

CLARK, JANET H. A textbook of physiology for medical students and physicians.

KING, BARRY G. Human anatomy and physiology.

Comparative physiology of respiratory mechanisms.

Margaret Millar (A); 26Feb69; R456007. MILLARD, NELLIE D. Human anatomy and physiology, by Nellie D. Millard & Barry G. King.

SEE CANNON, JAMES J. GAMBLE, JAMES L. Chemical anatomy, physiology, and pathology of extracellular fluid; a lecture syllabus.

GAMBLE, JAMES L., JR. Chemical anatomy, physiology, and pathology of extracellular fluid.

SEE McKinney, B. B. GRAY, CAROLYN E. Textbook of anatomy and physiology.

Textbook of anatomy and physiology, by Diana Clifford Kimber, Carolyn E. Gray & Caroline E. Stackpole.

Physiology of muscular activity.

Mammalian physiology.

The Human body and its functions: an elementary textbook of physiology.

Phyllis Cote (A); 5Jan77; R650754. R650756. The Physiology of taste.

Physiology in diseases of the heart and lungs.

The laws of the production of the one include the principles of agriculture; the production of the other is the subject of the art of cattle-breeding, which, in so far as really an art, must be built upon the science of physiology.

This science stands in the same relation to the social, as anatomy and physiology to the physical body.

If we are studying physiology, it is interesting to know that the pulmonary artery carries dark blood and the pulmonary vein carries bright blood, departing in this respect from the common rule, for the division of labour between the veins and the arteries.

A more interesting work is the Cursus Medicus, consisting of six books on Physiology, three on Pathology, and four on Semeiotica, written in the reign of Charles I. of England by Nial O'Glacan, born in Donegal, and at one time physician to the king of France.

Amongst eminent living members of the class under consideration may be mentioned Alexander Macalister (b. Dublin 1844), F.R.S., professor of anatomy, first in Dublin and now in Cambridge, an eminent morphologist and anthropologist, and Henry Horatio Dixon (b. Dublin), F.R.S., professor of botany in Trinity College, an authority on vegetable physiology, especially problems dealing with the sap.

It is a sign of the change that the training-colleges and cookery-schools, besides introducing more Chemistry, Hygiene, and Physiology into their curricula, are definitely asking that the teachers they employ for these subjects, shall be women with science degrees as well as some knowledge of domestic arts.

To understand the same would require a technical knowledge of physiology and organic chemistry, which is not possessed by the average person.

Nobel lectures, Physiology or Medicine.

Nobel Lectures, Physiology or Medicine 1942–1962, Elsevier Publishing Company, Amsterdam, 1964.

Nobel Prize Site for Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1962.

It is for certified professionals to know the principles and physiology of mechanical ventilation, troubleshooting ventilators, and prepares them for special circumstances including acute respiratory distress syndrome and obstructive lung disease.

That’s your unique music, Mark Toomey, an Australian with a doctorate in physiology from Maharishi University, told me after pressing on my radial artery and instructing me to close my eyes.

C2D2 is a collaborative endeavour established within the Faculty of Science that includes the Departments of Biological Science, Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, Chemistry, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, and Physics.

Co-author Peter Ruben, a professor in the department of biomedical physiology and kinesiology says, "Information within nerves is transmitted electrically, much like it is through the wire in any power cord."

D. Candidate in Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University.

Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, University of CambridgeVerified email at cam.

Dr. Lorraine Gambling is a senior research scientist in the Maternal-Fetal Physiology Group in the Vascular Health Division at the Rowett Research Institute in Aberdeen, UK.

E. H. Weber became professor of anatomy at Leipzig in 1818 at the age of twenty-three, being later transferred to physiology.

Exercise physiology, systems biology, proteomics, cell signal transduction, design of experiments, statistical models, network models, systematic review and meta-analysis.

Expertise in the program to date is provided in the areas of Microbiology, developmental and stem cell biology, metabolism and human physiology, evolutionary biology, history and social science, and anthropology.

A Killam scholar, she holds three degrees from Dalhousie, including a PhD in Physiology.

Finally, we discuss current and future efforts towards the combined use of various optogenetic actuators and reporters for simultaneously controlling and imaging the physiology of cells and tissues.

Her current academic interests are in the areas of Gerontology and Exercise Physiology.

In 2006 Michael relocated to London, taking a position as Scientist at the Robarts Research Institute and as Professor in the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology at UWO.

In my research group, we integrate the morphology and physiology of fishes with their ecology and evolution to understand effects of environmental stressors on fishes.

Mahmood, a third-year physiology and human biology student, said he began to understand that the tradition of fasting from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan made everybody’s shared hunger a reminder they are all equal in God’s eyes.

Mosby’s Essential Sciences for Therapeutic Massage, 5th Edition provides full-color, easy-to-read coverage of anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, kinesiology, and pathologic conditions for the entire body.

Most biochemists begin their post-secondary education by completing a bachelor of science (B.Sc.) degree in biochemistry or a related science such as chemistry, biology, physics, microbiology, physiology, pharmacology, or genetics.

Peirce plans to begin with a discussion of the three categories; next he shows their operation in logic, metaphysics, psychology, physiology, and biology.

A study of the anatomy, pharmacology and physiology of the cardiovascular system based on lectures, seminars, laboratories and selected readings (same as ANAT-854* and PHAR-854*).

The history embedded within our physiology immediately directs our actions in the present moment.

The Honours Committee is comprised of the Honours Coordinator and members from Microbiology & Immunology, Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, and Physiology.

The program has a science base in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, microbiology, pathophysiology and research methods.

To keep both herself and her father happy she took a double major in physics and physiology at McGill University.

Basic facts about human physiology were known in some places, and was practiced in several civilizations.

We are recognized as leaders in the field of locomotor control from membrane properties to systems physiology and neuronal networks and regeneration.