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" ... revolutions of the electrical machine is a very fallacious method. 415] I found, upon trial*, that though a shock might be procured from this artificial torpedo, while held under water, yet there was too great a disproportion between its strength,... "
An Introduction to the Modern Classification of Insects: Founded on the ... - Página 108
de John Obadiah Westwood - 1839 - 494 páginas
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The library of medicine, arranged and ed. by A. Tweedie

Library - 1841
...; Meckel calls it the stylo-mylo-hyoid ligament. 3. There are two synovial capsules in this joint, one on the upper, and the other on the lower surface of the inter-articular cartilage (seefig. 65.). Sometimes they communicate by an opening in the cartilage...
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First Lines of Natural Philosophy, Divested of Mathematical Formulae: Being ...

Reynell Coates - 1846 - 408 páginas
...of a living animal, and it was also known that when two pieces of different metals were placed, the one on the upper and the other on the lower surface of the tongue, when damp, the edges of the two metals being brought into contact, there was produced a very...
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Annual Report - Entomological Society of Ontario: 1871-1876, Volumes 2-8

Entomological Society of Ontario - 1872
...pores of different parts of the body. The remarkable structuieof the eyes, which, unlike those of most insects, consist of two distinct pairs, one on the...beneath it in the water, and above it in the air." (.Westwood). They are all of a broad, oval form, generally of polished black colour, with broad oar-like...
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The Electrical Researches of ... Henry Cavendish, F. R. S.: Written Between ...

Henry Cavendish - 1879 - 454 páginas
...a disproportion between its strength, when received this way, and in air ; for if I placed one hand on the upper, and the other on the lower surface of the electric organs, and gave such a charge to the battery, that the shock, when received in air, was as...
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The Electrical Researches of ... Henry Cavendish, F. R. S.: Written Between ...

Henry Cavendish - 1879 - 454 páginas
...a disproportion between its strength, when received this way, and in air ; for if I placed one hand on the upper, and the other on the lower surface of the electric organs, and gave such a charge to the battery, that the shock, when received in air, was as...
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The Electrical Researches of ... Henry Cavendish, F. R. S.: Written Between ...

Henry Cavendish - 1879 - 454 páginas
...a disproportion between its strength, when received this way, and in air ; for if I placed one hand on the upper, and the other on the lower surface of the electric organs, and gave such a charge to the battery, that the shock, when received in air, was as...
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Annual Report - Entomological Society of Ontario: 1871-1876, Volumes 2-8

Entomological Society of Ontario - 1872
...pores of different parts of the body. The remarkable structure of the eyes, which, unlike those of most insects, consist of two distinct pairs, •one on...which it is generally observed, and whereby it is enubled to see objects beneath it in the water, and above it in the air." (Westwood). They are all...
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Arthur's Home Magazine, Volume 41

1873
...pores of the body a milky fluid, of a very disagreeable odor. Unlike those of moat insects, their eyes consist of two distinct pairs, one on the upper and the other on the lower surface of the head, thus enabling the insect, in the peculiar situation in of aquatic plants. In seizing it, care must...
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The Scientific Papers of the Honourable Henry Cavendish, F.r.s Volume 1 the ...

...strength, when received this way, and * [Arts. 441, 582.] f [Art. 596.] in air; for if I placed one hand on the upper, and the other on the lower surface of the electric organs, and gave such a charge to the battery, that the shock, when received in air, was as...
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The Electrical Researches of the honourable Henry Cavendish, F.R.S.

...a disproportion between its strength, when received this way, and in air ; for if I placed one hand on the upper, and the other on the lower surface of the electric organs, and gave such a charge to the battery, that the shock, when received in air, was as...
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