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" It is demonstrable that a fluid eminently fit for the development of the lowest forms of life, but which contains neither germs, nor any protein compound, gives rise to living things in great abundance if it is exposed to ordinary air; while no such development... "
Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ... - Page 254
1871
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The Living Age, Volume 107

1870
...abundance, if it be exposed to ordinary air ; while no such development takes place if the air with which it is in contact is mechanically freed from...living particles, capable of giving rise to the same ibnns of life as those which appear when the fluid is exposed to unpurified air. It is demonstrable,...
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The Congregational Review, Volume 11

Congregationalism - 1871
...are destructible >y heat, and that some of these are germs or living particles capahk1 of siving rise to the same forms of life as those which appear when the fluid is exposed to unpurified air; tnat Inoculation of the experimental fluid with a drop of liquid known to contain living...
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Lay sermons, addresses and reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1870 - 378 pages
...great abundance if it is exposed to ordinary air, while no such development takes place if the air with which it is in contact is mechanically freed from...as those which appear when the fluid is exposed to unpurifled air. It is demonstrable that inoculation of the experimental fluid with a drop of liquid...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1870
...great abundance if it is exposed to ordinary air, while no such development takes place if the air with which it is in contact is mechanically freed from...as those which appear when the fluid is exposed to unpurified air. It is demonstrable that inoculation of the experimental fluid with a drop of liquid...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 107

1870
...such development takes place if the air with which it is in contact is mechanically freed from tbe solid particles, which ordinarily float in it, and...great majority of these particles are destructible by beat, and that some of them are germs, or living particles, capable of giving rise to the same forms...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 21

Industrial arts - 1871
...abundance, if it is exposed to ordinary air; while no such development takes place if the air with which it is in contact is mechanically freed from...as those which appear when the fluid is exposed to unpurified air. It is demonstrable that inoculation of the experimental fluid with a drop of liquid...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 21

Industrial arts - 1871
...abundance, if it is exposed to ordinary air ; while no such development takes place if the air with which it is in contact is mechanically freed from...as those which appear when the fluid is exposed to unpurified air. It is demonstrable that inoculation of the experimental fluid with a drop of liquid...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution (Biology) - 1871 - 378 pages
...great abundance if it is exposed to ordinary air, while no such development takes place if the air with which it is in contact is mechanically freed from...giving rise to the same forms of life as those which appealwhen the fluid is exposed to unpurified air. It is demonstrable that inoculation of the experimental...
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English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are ..., Volume 12

Industrial arts - 1871
...abundance, if it is exposed to ordinary air ; while no such development takes place if the air with which it is in contact is mechanically freed from...particles, capable of giving rise to the same forms of Ufe as those which appear when the fluid is exposed to unpurified air. It is demonstrable that inoculation...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 40

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1871
...abundance if it is exposed to ordinary air ; while no such development takes place if the air with which - it is in contact is mechanically freed from...particles are destructible by heat, and that some of them aro germs, or living particles, capable of giving rise to tho same forms of life as those which appear...
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