Hippocrate. Tome XIII. Des lieux dans l'homme; Du système des glandes; Des fistules; Des hémorrhoïdes; De la vision; Des chairs; De la dentition

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its properties, it was not until Treviranus that the study of the structure of plants and its significance for physiological functioning were investigated with a knowledge of chemistry and by experimental methods. But, as Dr. Hoppe shows, the fact that students of biology and botany were seeking to explain continuous processes meant that a static chemical… (More)

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@article{Nutton1979HippocrateTX, title={Hippocrate. Tome XIII. Des lieux dans l'homme; Du syst{\`e}me des glandes; Des fistules; Des h{\'e}morrho{\"i}des; De la vision; Des chairs; De la dentition}, author={Vivian Nutton}, journal={Medical History}, year={1979}, volume={23}, pages={111 - 111} }