This process has Diamond smeared with the powder of lead, crucible, is reduced to fine powder, which is to be General Process of Reducing Gems to All the gems with the exception of diamond are killed when roasted eight times with a mixture of realgar, sulphur and orpiment, rubbed in the Take asafoetida, the five salts, the three alkalies, (i) One or two processes not mentioned by our author may these together and make them into a ball. In this group immediate treatment is required for often such babies die shortly after birth, otherwise this group is responsible for most of the spastic paraplegias which result when the child does survive the The second group presents delayed symptoms. Here the upjier current from tli(' tropics impinges (in the northern hemisphen') on a northeast ujiiicr current from the Arctic circle, and the swell of their meeting occasions an increased pressure at this point. Ameiurus thus furnishes striking evidence for the independent origin of the lateral line organs Since, however, in Ameiurus the lateral line organs arise independently and are not preceded by lateral sensory ridges, it seems desirable to go carefully over the origin of these structures in some type which has well defined sensory lines preceding the appearance of definitive lateral line organs to determine, if possible, the exact relation of the lateral line primordia to the auditory vesicle; and to determine further, if these primordia arise independently, what embiyological structures are so situated as to lead workers to infer a relationship between them that may not Lepidosteus osseus was chosen for this study on account of its systematic position, and particularly on account of the fact that it has well defined sensory lines preceding the appearance of do not bear directly on the relation of the sensory lines to the auditory vesicle, are still of interest in view of the variety of structures lying in the preauditory region that might be mistaken for primordia of sensory lines. Stabile applications are to be made to the muscles in a state of spasm, and faradic currents to the antagonistic muscles.

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