By John Haldane; John Gillies Priestley
Oxford   Clarendon Press
10" by 7" xii [3], 2-493pp
The very scarce revised edition of a ground breaking work on the science of breathing.
By John Haldane; John Gillies Priestley

1935 Respiration

Oxford   Clarendon Press
10" by 7" xii [3], 2-493pp
The very scarce revised edition of a ground breaking work on the science of breathing.
£195.00
: 1.5kgs / : 785F13

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Description

Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding, Very Scarce

The combined work of John Haldane and John Priestley, physiologists who while working together at Oxford University established the role of carbon dioxide concentration in the regulation of breathing.

This is the very scarce second edition of their work, a 'thorough revision' expanded from the 1922 first edition to take into account advances in knowledge, and reorganise the chronology of the information presented.

With numerous photographic plates, illustrations, graphs and charts to further express their findings.

Condition

In the publisher's original full cloth binding. Some shelf wear to spine head and tail. Former owner's inscription to front free endpaper. Internally, firmly bound. Pages clean and bright. Occasional pencil notations to margins.

Very Good Indeed

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