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Das Haupthaar und seine Bildungsstätte bei den Rassen des Menschen & Die menschliche Haupthaaranlage. Weitere Beobachtungen als Nachtrag zu: Das Haupthaar und seine Bildungsstätte (Supplement Volume)

Fritsch, Gustav

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1) Das Haupthaar und seine Bildungsstätte bei den Rassen des Menschen. Berlin, 1912. Georg Reimer. First edition. [4], 70, [1]pp. of text followed by 30 plates. Evocative work on racial theory by German anatomist, anthropologist and physiologist Gustav Fritsch. The work combines Professor Fritsch's findings & results of his many years of studying & examining human hair of different races. Illustrated with 128 b/w reproductions of microscopic photographs on 30 plates. Professor Fritsch studied the hair of people from Europe, India, Arab countries, China, Japan, Africa, Australia, and others.Contents: Einleitung. 1. Histogenetische Bedeutung der Elemente des Haares. a) Die Wurzelscheiden. b) Einwandern des Pigmentes in das Haar. c) Die Haarpapille.2. Die Lebensperioden des Haares.3. Die Verwertung der Haarbildung zur Rassenunterscheidung im allgemeinen.4. Die Präparationsmethode.5. Vergleichende Übersicht der Haarbildung bei den wichtigsten Rassen. a) Die Gruppierung der Haare beim Austritt aus dem Haarboden. b) Vergleichung von Flachschnitten in der Talgdrüsenregion. c) Beispiele von Flachschnitten aus der region der Papillen. e) Beispiele von Schrägschnitten der Haut. f) Vergleichung der Hauptquerschnitte. g) Einige Hauptpäparate bei fünfundsechzigfacher Vergrößerung.6. Proben freier Haarquerschnitte7. Übersicht der Ergebnisse vorstehender Haarvergleichungen.8. Literaturverzeichnis.9. Verzeichnis der Tafeln followed by 30 page illustrated section.2) Die menschliche Haupthaaranlage. Weitere Beobachtungen als Nachtrag zu: Das Haupthaar und seine Bildungsstätte (Supplement Volume). Berlin, 1915. Georg Reimer. 18, [1]pp. of text followed by 20 b/w reproductions of microscopic photographs on 6 plates.Contents: I) Die Haupthaaranlage der Buschmänner. II) Das Haupthaar der Mischlinge. III. (not titled). Übersicht der Ergebnisse. Figurenerklärung followed by 6 page illustrated section.Both volumes in matching binding of original three-quarter cloth over printed paper-covered boards and blue title-labels with gold lettering on spine. Sm. elephant folio (12 3/4" x 17"). Text in German. Minor staining on boards. Binding in very good, interior in fine condition. Complete as issued. Early 20th century study of human hair (race theory) by one of the pioneers in the field of Trichology. Bookseller Inventory # 32488

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