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    • A Consideration Of The Hormone Calcitonin And Its Possible Mode Of Action 

      Parker, Kiely (1972-04-01)
      French physiologist Claude Bernard (1813-1878) was the first investigator to recognize that the composition of the fluids bathing the cells of the multicellular organisms must be controlled. He proposed that the stability ...
    • A Nutritional Study in Cutthroat Trout (Salmo clarki) 

      Launer, Charlene (1972-04-01)
      The most efficient method of writing a synopsis of my research is to divide the work into three chapters. The first chapter will present what is generally known about pyridoxine and recount that past research which is ...
    • Newt Limb Regeneration An The Effect Of Double Limb Amputation 

      Tacke, Bill (1972-04-01)
      The ability to regenerate is a fundamental property of living matter. In higher vertebrates, however the regenerative capacity is limited. Most are unable to regenerate appendages. This ability seems to have reached the ...
    • The Effects Of Adrenalectomy On The Rat Electrocardiogram 

      Murphy, Daniel (1972-04-01)
      This thesis is intended to serve several functions. One purpose is to acquaint the writer with the biological systems that have been studied over the past four years. It is also intended to study the correlation between ...