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Ingle D - - 1973
After unilateral removal of the optic tectum in frogs, the cut optic tract regenerates to the remaining ipsilateral tectum. Although the orienting movementselicited by moving objects (food or threats) are now directed mirror-symmetrically to normal responses, these frogs correctly localize stationary objects as barriers. Apparently, thalamic and tectal visual mechanisms ...
Grant I W - - 1972
In a survey of the farming population of Orkney, Ayrshire, and East Lothian the prevalence of farmer's lung was estimated at 86 per 1,000 in both Orkney and Ayrshire and 23 per 1,000 in East Lothian. If cases with a negative farmer's lung hay (F.L.H.) precipitin test are excluded these ...
The Food and Health Network (whose forerunner was the Food and Health Business Club), based at the Institute of Food Research (IFR) in Norwich, UK, is a forum to enable transfer of knowledge between IFR and industrial companies. It is a membership organisation that will offer services to members as ...
Department of Health. Epidemiology ...
Records created by the agency including information on food service sanitation, home pasteurization of milk, and other issues addressed by the Bureau of Food Safety and Environmental Health and its precursors.; Chronological; Publications; 1945
Wilson Rick - - 2005
The provision of good nutrition has long been recognised as essential for hospital patients and ensuring patients received adequate food used to be a key nursing responsibility. However, changes in the preparation and delivery of hospital food and in the nurse's role. have reduced nurses' control over their patients' diet. ...
Perkins R G - - 1921
A municipality calls to its aid the scientific resources and responsibility of a university in carrying on departments sometimes subject to political interference. Western Reserve University cares for Cleveland's food and drug inspection, milk and meat expected. This coöperation means excellent service for the city and a high standard of ...
Cumming J G - - 1919
Colonel Cumming extends the trail he blazed in the matter of in-sanitary dishwashing. He finds in institutions that wash by hand in lukewarm water that there was three times the incidence of influenza-pneumonia that there was in institutions with steam dishwashing. His conclusions are based on an institution population of ...
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