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On the nature and physiological action of the Crotalus-poison as compared with that of Naja tripudians and other Indian venomous snakes : also investigations into the nature of the influence of Naja- and Crotalus-poison on ciliary and amoeboid action and on Vallisneria, and on the influence of inspiration of pure oxygen on poisoned animals / by T. Lauder Brunton and J. Fayrer.

Brunton, T. Lauder Sir, 1844-1917.
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[1875]

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[London] : [Royal Society of London], [1875]

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pages 262-278 ; 21 cm

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'From the Proceedings of the Royal Society, No. 159, 1875' - caption
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