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The organization of the living mass

The Living Mass pp 421-568 | Cite as

Part of the Handbuch der Microscopic Human Anatomy book series (MIKROSCOPISCHEN, volume 1/1)

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As has been shown in the preceding parts of this work, very different substances, plasmas and their products, are available to nature, and it should now be pointed out in which way and where, that is, in which parts these substances are built up of the animal body, which are the "elementary constituents" and the "masses" of the animal body that are built from them, in which way the elementary constituents (and the masses) combine with each other, and thus use in the construction of the tissues and the whole Find. The morphological properties of the living mass should be the subject of this section in the first row.

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