These difficult iron estimations stand out very sharply from the results of other authors and could only be accepted after the most careful confirmation.
And these estimations are necessary in order to prove indisputably the active emigration of the white blood corpuscles into the exudation, and to exclude their purely mechanical passage, per rhexin, from the blood-stream.
Both of these estimations are larger than those made by the inclusive and exclusive boundary-strip method (Table 3), and smaller than those calculated by using adjusted length of range as the radius.
This does not imply that estimations of home range are of little value; however, calculations of density, using home ranges as a basis, tend to amplify the variance inherent in the data.
Table 3 shows estimations of the home ranges of males and females of each species of Peromyscus.
Notwithstanding explanations already made, the naked enunciation of this as an ultimate truth, underlying all estimations of right and wrong, will in many, if not in most, cause astonishment.
Various estimations of the PbO fixed in this way have given numbers varying from 2 to 2.
The process may have a certain value in estimations of 'crude fibre,' but is dismissed from further consideration in relation to cellulose.
Hooker and Eyster succeeded in making estimations of the venous pressure.
Head Injuries= It was claimed that in fracture of the skull or in concussion much could be gained by frequent estimations of the blood pressure.
Now with the auscultatory method and the correct place to read the diastolic pressure the results of blood pressure estimations should begin to have some value for statistical data.
Hemorrhage lowers also the pulse pressure, and it may be possible to prognosticate internal hemorrhage by frequent estimations of the systolic and diastolic pressures (Wiggers).
In all infectious diseases there is no help offered by blood pressure estimations in diagnosis.
In the next place Pasteur showed by careful analyses and estimations that, whenever fermentation occurred, growth and multiplication of yeast accompanied the phenomenon.
Water which has been distilled till free from ammonia should alone be used in estimations and preparations of solutions, and the alkaline permanganate should lie boiled for a short time when made to expel ammonia.
From these estimations are calculated the organic carbon and nitrogen.
These estimationswere made in the University Park, one-half mile from the town of Bloomington.
Six years later he made manyestimations from June to November, the average of which is 29.
These results agree withestimations made within the last ten or fifteen years.
If our estimations and hidden desires in actual fact rise in goodness, if we find better aims to satisfy our lives than the excitements of sexual satisfaction, then this department of morality will rise.
Purdy, the centrifuge offers an important means of making quantitative estimations of a number of substances in the urine.
Careful estimationsbased on the globosity of the earth will give the best signs after all.
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