By H. T. A. Whiting
Below the identify The Coordination and law of events, an English language model of six of crucial papers of the Russian physiologist Nicholas Bernstein used to be released in 1967 (Pergamon Press Ltd.). That paintings has been out of print for a few years, yet in view of the frequency of its quotation in fresh works on flow regulate, a republication used to be thought of fascinating. despite the fact that, because a few of the papers within the first variation have been written within the 1930's, it was once felt that readers' pursuits will be higher served if, after each one bankruptcy, an evaluate of the paintings and, the place important, an replace of the information within the gentle of more moderen findings used to be incorporated. participants of foreign renown supply such chapters
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When gastric fistulas were performed on dogs, he found that the effects were similar to what had been reported for humans (23). Although many interesting and exciting endocrine studies emerged after 1850, few were concerned with the effects of exercise. In 1849, Thomas Addison (1793-1860) proposed that an association existed between the adrenal gland (cortex) and the incidence of muscular fatigue (166). Seven years later, Brown-Sequard (1817-1894) suggested that the cortex would detoxify the metabolites of muscular activity (17).
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