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elements of the science of nutrition
|Statement||by Graham Lusk.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||641|
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Part 9 Following Rubner, Atwater, at one time a pupil of Voit, with the aid of Rosa, the physicist, constructed a large calorimeter capable of measuring to a nicety the amount of heat given off by a man living in it. The Elements Of The Science Of Nutrition.
Part 4 As an illustration of the practical working of the respiration apparatus the first experiment of Pettenkofer and Voit,1 which gives the metabolism in a starving man, will be described. The Elements Of The Science Of Nutrition.
Part 5 Voit,1 in his necrology of Pettenkofer, writes: "Imagine our sensations as the picture of the remarkable processes of the metabolism unrolled before our eyes, and a mass of new facts became known to us.
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Addeddate Pages: Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Lafayette B. Mendel. The Elements Of The Science Of Nutrition The earliest scientific observations concerning nutrition were founded upon the commonly noted fact that in spite of the ingestion of large quantities of food, a normal man did not vary greatly in size from year to year.
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