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Physiologische Chemie

Author: Felix Hoppe-Seyler; Verlag von August Hirschwald.
Publisher: Berlin : A. Hirschwald, 1877-1881.
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Hoppe-Seyler, Felix, 1825-1895.
Physiologische Chemie.
Berlin : A. Hirschwald, 1877-1881
(OCoLC)722119057
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Felix Hoppe-Seyler; Verlag von August Hirschwald.
OCLC Number: 38483715
Notes: Part 1 has special title: Allgemeine Biologie. Parts 2-4 have special title: Specielle physiologische Chemie. Each part has its own title page.
1. Th. Allgemeine Biologie (1877)--2. Th. Die Verdauung und Resorption der Nährstoffe (1878) -- 3. Th. Blut, Respiration, Lymphe, Chylus (1879) -- 4. Th. Die Organe des Thierkörpers und ihre Functionen, der Gesammtstoffwechsel der Thiere (1881).
Description: 4 v. in 1 (vi, 1036 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm.
Responsibility: von Felix Hoppe-Seyler.

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