Reference numberAP/77/5
TitleUnpublished paper, 'The chemical constitution of protoplasm as shown by the rate of tissue disintegration' by Horace M [Middleton] Vernon
CreatorVernon; Horace Middleton (1870-1951); physiologist; industrial health specialist
DescriptionVernon presents experimental observations regarding the chemical constitution of protoplasm. He describes the onset of the disintegration processes, the effect of sodium fluoride on the disintegrative process, the effect of ether and chloroform, the effect of lactic acid, the differential reactions of disintegrating tissues to stimuli and the adaptation to environment shown by disintegrating tissues.

Annotations in ink throughout. Includes table of contents.

Subject: Physiology / Chemistry / Biology

Received 30 January 1906. Read 15 February 1906. Communicated by [Francis] Gotch.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueRR/17/106
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NA6228Gotch; Francis (1853 - 1913)1853 - 1913
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