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Selected readings in the history of physiology
|Statement||compiled by John F. Fulton.|
|Contributions||Fulton, John F.|
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Before his death inDr. Fulton had planned to revise and enlarge this book, but, although he had collected much new material and partly outlined the new Author: Lester S. King. Description. John Farquhar Fulton M.D. was an accomplished American physiologist, science writer, and lover of medical history.
Inspired by Long’s Readings in Pathology inFulton wanted to create a similar volume of physiological readings. Fulton compiled various works in order to preserve ideas in several fields of physiological thought.
Aug 01, · Selected Readings in the History of Physiology. This interesting work is a source book for the history of Physiology. Eighty-five selections have been chosen from original sources and are presented in the original English, if the text first appeared in that language. Otherwise contemporary English translations are used where such exist.
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