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The urogenital system of the 20-MM. pig embryo
(University of Missouri, 1919)
The studies recorded in this dissertation were begun and largely carried out in the Department of Anatomy, University of Missouri Medical School, under the direction of Professor Franklin P. Johnson. They were completed ...
The presence of Nissl's bodies and neurofibrillae in the freshly fixed spinal nerve cell
(University of Missouri, 1912)
Since the discovery of Nissl's bodies and neurofibrillae much work has been done on these structures. Nevertheless, some have even questioned their presence in the living nerve cell and have considered them as artifacts. ...
Prenatal growth of the pig
(University of Missouri, 1910)
Numerous observations on various phases of growth are to be found in the biological literature. Most of those concerning prenatal growth are upon the human embryo; although scattered observations are also recorded on other ...
The heart of the 20mm. pig embryo.
(University of Missouri, 1915)
The present article is one of a series planned by Professor Franklin P. Johnson describing the anatomy of the 20mm. pig. This series, it is intended, shall supplement the descriptions of the 12 mm. pig by F. T. Lewis and ...
The arterial system of a pig embryo
(University of Missouri, 1918)
This paper is one of a series describing the anatomy of a pig embryo of about 20 mm. in length, which work was undertaken several years ago in the Department of Anatomy of The University of Missouri under the supervision ...
Thoracic index in the Negro
(University of Missouri, 1905)
The following investigations were undertaken in order to determine the thoracic index, (i. e. the ratio of the antero-posterior to the transverse diameter) according to age and sex in the Negro, by means of a series of ...
Significance of the remote nerve cell changes resulting from shock
(University of Missouri, 1913)
It is the purpose of this article to discuss the results of a number of experiments performed upon dogs to determine, if possible, the remote nerve cell changes resulting from shock.
On the structure of a human embryo eleven millimeters in length
(University of Missouri, 1906)
The purpose of this investigation is primarily to show the form and relations of the viscera in a human embryo eleven millimeters (neck-breech) in length and of the latter part of the fifth week of embryonal life.