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Reference numberPT/73/13/5
LevelItem
TitlePaintings, lung cells and bronchial ramifications of the hare by Franz [Andreas] Bauer
Date[1827]
DescriptionPlate 13, figures 1-7 showing various views of lung cells and bronchial ramifications of a hare under magnification. Inscribed with publication and plate details. Signed in pencil bottom left 'Franz Bauer.' Royal Society stamp verso. The manuscript for this paper is wanting.

Subject: Physiology

Published in volume 117 of Philosophical Transactions as part of paper titled 'On the effects produced upon the air cells of the lungs when the pulmonary circulation is too much encreased' by Everard Home.

Read to the Royal Society on 31 May 1827.
Extent1p
FormatWatercolour
Physical descriptionWatercolour on paper
Dimensions240x175mm
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1827.0025
DOI: 10.1098/rspl.1815.0328
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA7476Bauer; Franz Andreas (1758 - 1840)1758 - 1840
NA4668Home; Sir; Everard (1756 - 1832); surgeon1756 - 1832
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