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" The chief point in this application of histology to pathology is to obtain a recognition of the fact, that the cell is really the ultimate morphological element in which there is any manifestation of life, and that we must not transfer the seat of real... "
The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London - Seite 43
1862
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Cellular pathology

Rudolf Ludwig Karl Virchow - 1860 - 511 Seiten
...cell is really the ultimate morphological element in which there is any manifestation of life, and that we must not transfer the seat of real action to any point beyond the cell. Before you, I shall have no particular reason to justify myself, if in this respect I make quite a...
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A Practical Treatise on Pulmonary Tuberculosis: Embracing Its History ...

Horace Green - 1864 - 355 Seiten
...the cell is really the ultimate morphological element in which there is any manifestation of life ; that we must not transfer the seat of real action to any part beyond the cell ; and that each cell, to a certain definite extent, rules over the surrounding...
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Clinical Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Medicine

John Hughes Bennett - 1866 - 1022 Seiten
...anchors, etc., which can have no possible reference to cell growth. Then, so far from it being correct, " that we must not transfer the seat of real action to any point beyond the cell," which is another fundamental part of this cell theory, you will find that Virchow admits J that the...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

1866
...based upon a law he sought to establish, viz., that every cell sprung from a preexisting cell, and that we must not transfer the seat of real action to any point beyond the cell. This supposed law, the author maintained, was opposed by so many histological facts as to be altogether...
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Report

1866
...bo.-4-d upon a law he sought to establish, viz., that every cell sprung from a preexisting cell, and that we must not transfer the seat of real action to any point beyond the cell. This supposed law, tin- author maintained, was opposed by .so many histological facts as to be altogether...
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Text-book of physiology, Teil 1

1870
...distinct from cells, — what becomes of the formula, " omnis cellula e celluld," and of the doctrine that " we must not transfer the seat of real action to any point beyond the cell ?" On the other hand, the molecular theory of organisation does not appear to me chargeable with any...
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The Transactions of the American Medical Association, Band 21

1870
...life in the most complex organism performed in connection with cells, and it jumps to the conclusion that "we must not transfer the seat of real action to any point beyond the cell," and the world is flooded with a " cellular pathology." It is not a little singular that this last abstraction...
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The Southern Review, Band 9;Band 12;Band 15

1871
...the cell is really the ultimate morphological unit in which there is any manifestation of life, and that we must not transfer the seat of real action to any point beyond the cell,' yet the rejection of this doctrine would not, as held by Dr. Bnstian, involve the possibility of the...
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The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of ..., Band 1

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...'the cell is really the ultimate morphological unit in which there is any manifestation of life, and that we must not transfer the seat of real action to any point beyond the cell.3 Then, too, the accumulated weight of other evidence, of various kinds, makes it impossible for...
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The Persistence of force: correlation of the vital and physical forces

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...'the cell is really the ultimate morphological unit in which there is any manifestation of life, and that we must not transfer the seat of real action to any point beyond the cell'2.' But then he denies altogether the origin of cells de nova in blastemata taking place after...
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