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" is fixed. The membrane transfers the shock to the water of the labyrinth, which, in its turn, transfers it to the nerves. The transmission, however, is not direct. At a certain place within the labyrinth exceedingly fine elastic bristles, terminating... "
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por John Tyndall - 1897 - 448 páginas
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Meliora, Volúmenes9-10

1866
...to, and is concentrated on the membrane against which the base of the stirrup bone is planted. That membrane transfers the shock to the water of the labyrinth,...terminating in sharp points, grow up between the terminal nerve fibres. These bristles, discovered by Max Schultze, are eminently calculated to sympathise with...
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Natural Philosophy for High Schools and Academies

William James Rolfe, Joseph Anthony Gillet - 1868 - 413 páginas
...the labyrinth itself, which in turn transmits them to the nerves. The transmission is not, however, direct. At a certain place within the labyrinth, exceedingly...bristles, terminating in sharp points, grow up between the nerve fibres. These bristles, discovered by Max Schultze, are exactly fitted to sympathize with those...
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The world of moral and religious anecdote, gathered by E.P. Hood

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1870
...to, and is concentrated on the membrane against which the base of the stirrup-bone is planted : that membrane transfers the shock to the water of the labyrinth,...terminating in sharp points, grow up between the terminal nerve fibres. These bristles, discovered by Max Schultze, are eminently calculated to sympathize with...
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Natural Philosophy: For High Schools and Academies

William James Rolfe, Joseph Anthony Gillet - 1871 - 516 páginas
...the labyrinth itself, which in turn transmits them to the nerves. The transmission is not, however, direct. At a certain place within the labyrinth, exceedingly...bristles, terminating in sharp points, grow up between the nerve fibres. These bristles, discovered by Max Schultze, are exactly fitted to sympathize with those...
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Modern Diabolism: Commonly Called Modern Spiritualism; with New Theories of ...

M. J. Williamson - 1873 - 401 páginas
...to, and is concentrated on the membrane against which the base of the stirrupbone is planted. That membrane transfers the shock to the water of the labyrinth,...terminating in sharp points, grow up between the terminal nerve fibres. These bristles, discovered by Max Schultze, are eminently calculated to sympathize with...
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The philosophy of natural theology, an essay which obtained a prize at ...

1874
...to, and is concentrated on the membrane against which the base of the stirrup bone is planted. That membrane transfers the shock to the water of the labyrinth,...terminating in sharp points, grow up between the terminal nerve fibres. These bristles, discovered by Max Schultze, are eminently calculated to sympathise with...
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Natural Philosophy ...

1874 - 405 páginas
...the labyrinth itself, which in turn transmits them to the nerves. The transmission is not, however, direct. At a certain place within the labyrinth, exceedingly...bristles, terminating in sharp points, grow up between the nerve fibres. These bristles, discovered by Max Schultze, are exactly filled to sympathize with those...
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The Philosophy of Natural Theology: An Essay in Confutation of the ...

1875 - 398 páginas
...to, and is concentrated on the membrane against which the base of the stirrup bone is planted. That membrane transfers the shock to the water of the labyrinth,...terminating in sharp points, grow up between the terminal nerve fibres. These bristles, discovered by Max Schultze, are eminently calculated to sympathise with...
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The Irish Monthly, Volumen7

1879
...patient investigation has discovered still more minute details. Let us quote Dr. Tyndall again : " At a certain place within the labyrinth exceedingly...terminating in sharp points, grow up between the terminal nerve fibres. These bristles, discovered by Max Schultze, are eminently calculated to sympathise with...
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THE PHILOSOPHY OF NATURAL THEOLOGY

WILLIAN JACKSON M.A. - 1875
...to, and is concentrated on the membrane against which the base of the, stirrup bone is planted. That membrane transfers the shock to the, water of the...labyrinth, which, in its turn, transfers it to the nerves. u The transmission, however, is not direct. At a certain place within the labyrinth exceedingly fine...
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