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Human Embryology
  • T. R. Forbes
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1 July 1946
Prof. Patten states in the Preface that his -book "represents an endeavor to set forth in simple and readable form the phases of human embryology which are of especial interest to medical studentsExpand
The development of the reproductive system of a lizard, Anolis carolinensis.
  • T. R. Forbes
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of anatomy
  • 1956
The Nature of the Bacterial Surface
  • T. R. Forbes
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1 November 1950
previously appeared in journals. In examining the several hundred illustrations in the book, it is refreshing to find a succession of diagrams, line drawings, and halftones prepared according toExpand
A jury of matrons.
In particular circumstances, the civil and criminal laws of England required that a litigant or a prisoner convicted of a capital offence should be examined to determine whether she was pregnant.Expand
Systemic levels of plasma progesterone during pregnancy in women and monkeys.
SEVERAL attempts have been made to measure the progestin contentof blood samples obtained during pregnancy. In 1933, Clauberg, Thiel, and Ziecker failed to detect by bio-assay any corpus luteumExpand
Apparent secretion of progesterone by human and goat fetuses.
IF, AS is usually conceded, the placenta secretes progesterone, one may ask how much of the hormone reaches the fetus. The following experiments were undertaken to study this problem; the data whichExpand
ABSORPTION OF PELLETS OF CRYSTALLINE TESTOSTERONE, TESTOSTERONE PROPIONATE, METHYL TESTOSTERONE, PROGESTERONE, DESOXYCORTICOSTERONE AND STILBESTROL IMPLANTED IN THE RAT
THE ADMINISTRATION of crystalline hormones by the implantation of pellets was first described by Deanesly and Parkes in 1937 (1). Since that date, these workers and others have published numerousExpand
The Rod and Serpent of Asklepios
  • T. R. Forbes
  • Computer Science
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1 October 1967
TLDR
This work is the first of a four-volume set wherein a comprehensive compilation of available methods for analysis of the biological, oncogenic, morphological, biochemical and therapeutic phases of cancer research are gathered together in one place. Expand
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