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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of physiological;
  • n. [lowercase or cap.] of physiology.

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  • FUNK, C.: Studien ueber beri-beri Ztschr.f. physiol. chem.

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  • [261] _Arch.intern. physiol. _ (vol. xiii: pp. 107-14).

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  • [276] _Arch. de physiol.norm. et path. _, 1868 (vol. i: p. 179).

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  • Enough of my ranting (taking a cell physiol course at the moment, feeling rather sore about the obsession with macrophages and cancer cell signalling) ... have another Ochrophyte amoeba:

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  • A report on the haled smoke plume, using this simple oxygen mask use of an HPS to study complex respiratory physiol - (HS-3031; Hsiner) with an oxygen flow of 4 L/min, a ogy has been published previously. 10 -14 respiratory rate of 12 breaths/min, and a tidal volume There have been a few studies about the produc - of 0.5 L, was approximately 0.40 m (Fig 2).

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