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" Even when caused by the absorption of the carbonate or other salt of ammonia, or an infusion of meat, the process seems to be of exactly the same nature. The protoplasmic fluid must, therefore, be in a singularly unstable condition, to be acted on by... "
The Wonders of Plant Life Under the Microscope - Page 215
by Sophia M'llvaine Bledsoe Herrick - 1883 - 248 pages
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Insectivorous Plants

Charles Darwin - Carnivorous plants - 1875 - 462 pages
...in a singularly unstable condition, to be acted on by such slight and varied causes. Physiologists believe that when a nerve is touched, and it transmits...gland, of the pressure of a bit of hair, weighing only ?ft}00 of a grain and largely supported by the dense secretion, for this excessively slight pressure...
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The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 10

Homeopathy - 1876
...in a singularly unstable condition, to be acted on by such slight and varied causes. Physiologists believe that when a nerve is touched, and it transmits...gland of the pressure of a bit of hair, weighing only TBJ vo of a grain and largely supported by the dense secretion, for this excessively •light pressure...
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The Wonders of Plant Life Under the Microscope

Sophia M'Ilvaine Bledsoe Herrick - Botany - 1883 - 248 pages
...every cell wall. The stimulants which produce inflection also induce aggregation ; -j-^Tinr °fa gram of the carbonate of ammonia administered to a gland...gland, of the pressure of a bit of hair, weighing only -ij-g-.Vor °fa Srain> and largely sup^ ported by the dense secretions ; for this excessively slight...
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Charles Darwin's Works: Insectivorous plants

Charles Darwin - Science - 1896
...in a singularly unstable condition, to be acted on by such slight and varied causes. Physiologists believe that when a nerve is touched, and it transmits...in it, though not visible to us. Therefore it is a ycry interesting spectacle to watch the effects on the cells of a gland, of the pressure of a bit of...
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