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第 333 頁 - Chessy deposits, that is, in a quartzose rock scattered in nuggets varying from the size of a pea to that of a walnut. All the ores carry, besides iron and silica, a small percentage of manganese and alumina, together with an amount of zinc varying from two to eight per cent.
第 462 頁 - But, in the first place, this function is by no means confined to the limbs ; for, while it imparts to each muscle its appropriate tone, and to each system of muscles its appropriate equilibrium or balance, it performs the still more important office of presiding over the orifices and terminations of each of the internal canals in the animal economy, giving...
第 463 頁 - The first three modes of muscular action are known only by actual movements of muscular contractions. But the reflex function exists as a continuous muscular action, as a power presiding over organs not actually in a state of motion...
第 197 頁 - ... of an hepatic vein, and of minute arteries ; nerves and absorbents, it is to be presumed, also- enter into their formation, but cannot be traced into them.
第 462 頁 - Between the brain and the muscles there is a circle of nerves ; one nerve conveys the influence from the brain to the muscle; another gives the sense of the condition of the muscle to the brain.
第 415 頁 - ... extend beyond them and the parts associated with them being consistent with health. " 3. That the law of excitement of those parts of the brain and spinal marrow which are associated with the vital nerves is also uniform excitement, but which is only, when excessive, followed by any degree of exhaustion, no degree of which is consistent with health. " 4. That the vital, in no degree partaking of the exhaustion of the sensitive system in sleep, only appears to do so from the influence of the latter...