2 edition of First lessons in physiology for use in the common schools. found in the catalog.
First lessons in physiology for use in the common schools.
C. L. Hotze
|Statement||By C. L. Hotze ...|
|Series||Missouri state series|
|LC Classifications||QP36 .H8 1897|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||07009074|
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Excerpt from First Lessons in Physiology: For Use in the Common Schools To facilitate the solution of this problem, as well as to meet the wishes expressed on many sides to see the essentials of Elementary Physiology ar ranged after the manner of the author's First Lessons in Physics, the present volume has been : C.
Hotze. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hotze, C.L. First lessons in physiology. Saint Louis, Central Pub. Co., (DLC) (OCoLC) A first book in physiology; For the use of schools. An introduction to the larger work by the same author [Hooker, Worthington] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A first book in physiology; For the use of schools. An introduction to the larger work by the same authorAuthor: Worthington Hooker.
First Book in Physiology: For the Use of Schools and Families, Intended as Introductory to the Larger Work by the Same Author (Classic Reprint) Hooker, Worthington Published by Forgotten Books (). The present edition of the "Lessons in Elementary Physiology," has been very carefully revised.
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Skip to 0 minutes and 38 seconds Physiology is the science of life; it is the part of biology, which aims to develop an understanding of how things work in the human body.
It provides the foundation for the biological. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lee, Charles A. (Charles Alfred), Human physiology, for the use of elementary schools.
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