Reference numberRBO/3/60
Alternative reference numberRBO.3.200
Title'An Accompt Of making a Dog draw his Breath exactly like a Wind-broken horse' by Richard Lower
Date17 October 1667
DescriptionBelieves that the diaphragm is the chief organ of respiration - to prove this Lower describes how he breaks the nerves which support the diaphragm - gives observations of the dog breathing
Experiment was carried out at the Royal Society on 17 October 1667
Extent3 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 2, no 29, p 544
Related records in the catalogueCLP/12i/13
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6102Lower; Richard (1631 - 1691)1631 - 1691
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