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The idea there is that you give the heart more room mechanically, by raising the ribs, and that you stimulate the sympathetics along the spine, which we reach along the upper dorsal. When placed in parts where there is normally no bone, the transplant, even when, it is covered with periosteum and endosteum, shows at first signs of regeneration, but is later completely absorbed.
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This dual control of a glandular mechanism is by no means unique for the glycogenic function, for we have already seen it to exist in the case of the gastric glands and the pancreas, and it is probable that it also exists in the case of the thyroid. Theophrastus was the originator of the science of Botany, and wrote the" History of Plants." He also wrote about stones, and on physical, moral the greatest intellects whose influence the world has ever felt, saw, with his eagle glance, the unrivalled advantages of the spot which is now Alexandria, and conceived the mighty project of making it the point of union of two, or rather of three worlds.
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