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" The mutual action between the elements of the food and the oxygen conveyed by the circulation of the blood to every part of the body is the source of animal heat. " All living creatures whose existence depends on the absorption of oxygen possess within... "
The Annals of Electricity Magnetism and Chemistry and Guardian of ... - Seite 73
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The Journal of Health, Bände 3-4

...weights of food, an infinitely wise Creator has so adjusted it as to meet the exigencies of climate. Now, the mutual action between the elements of food...of the medium in which they exist ; this heat, in Liebig's opinion, is wholly due to the combustion of the carbon and hydrogen contained in the food...
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The London and Edinburgh Monthly Journal of Medical Science, Band 2

1842
...whilst the bacon and train oil enjoyed by the inhabitants of the arctic regions, contain from 66 to 80 per cent of the same element. Now the mutual action...depends on the absorption of oxygen, possess within themselvea a source of heat, independent of the medium in which they exist. This heat, in Prof. Liebig's...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1843
...whilst the bacon and train-oil enjoyed by the inhabitants of the arctic regions, contain from 66 to 80 per cent, of the same element. Now the mutual action...independent of the medium in which they exist. This heat, in the Professor's opinion, is wholly due to the combustion of the carbon and hydrogen contained in the...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1843
...whilst the bacon and train oil enjoyed by the inhabitants of the Arctic regions contain from 66 to 80 per cent. of the same element. Now the mutual action...independent of the medium in which they exist. This heat, in Prof. Liebig's opinion, is wholly due to the combustion of the carbon and hydrogen contained in the...
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The Southern literary messenger, Band 9

1843
...conveyed by the circulation of the blood to every part of the body, is the source af animal Heat. 10. All living creatures, whose existence depends on the...within themselves, a source of heat, independent of surrounding objects. 11. This truth applies to all animals, and extends ¿«sides to the germination...
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Familiar letters on chemistry, ed. by J. Gardner

Justus freiherr von Liebig - 1843
...subject, to which I would now direct your attention. All living creatures, whose existence depends upon the absorption of oxygen, possess within themselves a source of heat, independent of surrounding objects. This general truth applies to all animals, and extends to the seed of plants in...
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Animal Chemistry: Or Organic Chemistry in Its Application to Physiology and ...

Justus Freiherr von Liebig - 1843 - 347 Seiten
...conveyed by the circulation of the blood to every part of the body is THE SOURCE OF ANIMAL HEAT. III. All living creatures, whose existence depends on the absorption of oxygen, possess within them- \ selves a source of heat independent of surrounding objects. This truth applies to all animals,...
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The Theory and Treatment of Fevers

John Sappington - 1844 - 198 Seiten
...subserve its purposes ; but the acting forces are chemical." The professor further observes: "That the mutual action between the elements of food and...medium in which they exist." This heat, in Professor Leibig's opinion, is wholly due to the combustion of the carbon and hydrogen contained in the food...
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The Institutes of Medicine

Martyn Paine - 1847 - 826 Seiten
...The heat given off to the surrounding medium is restored within the body with great rapidity." — "All living creatures, whose existence depends on...within themselves a source of heat independent of surrounding objects." 16. And (for the third time, 5 and 6), " This disengagement of heat is, uniformly...
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Western Lancet: A Monthly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Band 2

1848
...of our critic. On page 17 of " Animal Chemistry, " we find it stated, (as we have already quoted.) " All living creatures whose existence depends on the absorption of oxygen, possess within them a source of heat, &c. " This truth applies to all animals, and extends, besides, to the germination...
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