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Studies in General Physiology.

LOEB, Jacques (1859-1924).

Published by University of Chicago Press, 1905., Chicago:, 1905
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Series: The Decennial Publications of the University of Chicago, vol. XV. Two volumes. 8vo. xiii, 423; xi, 425-782 pp. 162 figures, index. Full gilt stamped red cloth; extremities rubbed, hinges cracked (both vols.). Very good. First English edition. Includes: "The Heliotropism of Animals and its Identity with the Heliotropism of Plants." This contains the English translation of Garrison and Morton 125: "Loeb founded the theory of 'tropisms' as the basis of the psychology of the lower forms of life." Also includes a translation of Garrison and Morton 511. Loeb taught at the University of California and devoted his academic life to the dynamic or chemodynamic study of living processes. Bookseller Inventory # M9049

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Title: Studies in General Physiology.

Publisher: University of Chicago Press, 1905., Chicago:

Publication Date: 1905

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: 1st Edition

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