22 offprints by Ross G. Harrison 1908-1947

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Title 22 offprints by Ross G. Harrison 1908-1947
Author Ross G. Harrison
Binding PAMPHLET
Publisher Various, 1908-1947
Condition Very Good
Description First separate edition. Offprint. Original wrappers. A rare group of offprints by Ross G. Harrison "was an American biologist and anatomist credited as the first to work successfully with artificial tissue culture." Wikipedia. A complete list of offprints available, please request a copy if interested. Some of the early offprints are the following: Embryonic Transplantation and Development of the Nervous System (1908); The Life of Tissues Outside the Organism from the Embryological Standpoint (1913); Science and Practise (1914); Anatomy: Its Scope, Methods and Relations to other Biological Sciences (1913). Several have Johannes Holtfreter's stamp of ownership. *    The Croonian Lecture On The Origin And Development Of The Nervous System Studied
     By The Methods Of Experimental Embryology, By Ross G. Harrison
     (Reprinted from "Proceedings of the Royal Society of London",
     Series B,  No 808 vol. 118 pp. 155-196 August 1935)
2- Cellular Differentiation and Internal Environment By Ross G. Harrison, Osborn Zoological
     Laboratory, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., and National Research Council,
     Washington, D.C., Reprinted from Publication No.14 of the American Association
     for the Advancement of Science, pages 77-97
3- Xe Congres International De Zoologie, Heteroplastic Transplantation in Amphibian Embryos
     by Prof. Ross G. Harrison, Osborn Zoological Laboratory, Yale University, New Haven Conn.
     Budapest, printing Stephaneum Soc. Lim., 1929
4- From Transactions of The Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol.36, July, 1945,
     pages 277-330.  Relations of Synnetry in the Developing Embryo, by Ross G. Harrison,
     Osborn Zoological Lab., Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, Published by the
     Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences
5- Lorande Loss Woodruff, 1879-1947, by Ross G. Harrison, Yale University, Reprinted from
     Science Vol. 106, No. 2762, December 5, 1947
6- Harrison, Ross G., W. T. Astbury and K. M. Rudall, 1940  An attempt at an x-ray analysis
     of embryonic processes, J. Exp. Zool., v.85, no. 3, Dec. 5.
     Embryology-differentiation        Salamander-- Amblystoma
     Biophysics                                 Chick
     Press of The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia
7-Embryology And It's Relations, Ross G. Harrison, Osborn Zoological Laboratory, Yale University
    Reprinted from Science, April 16, 1937, Vol. 85, No.2207, pages 369-374
8- Heteroplastic Grafting in Embryology, by Ross G. Harrison, Sterling Professor of Biology,
    Yale University, Reprinted from The Harvey :ectures, 1933-34/  1935
9- Relations Of Symmetry In The Developing Ear Of Amblystoma Punctatum by Ross G.Harrison,
   Osborne Zoological Laboratory, Yale University, Reprinted from the Proceedings of the
   National Academy Of Science, Vol 22, No.4, pp.388-247, April, 1936
10-Harrisom, Ross G., 1945 Facsimile of first annoucement of The Journal of Experimental
   Zoology, Retrospect 1903-1945., J. Exp. Zool., v. 100, no 3, December, Press of
   The Wistar Inswtitute of Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia. Pa. USA
11-Rendiconti Della R. Accademia Nazionale Dei Lincei, Classe di Science fisiche, matematiche
   e naturali.  Estratto de; vol XI, serie 6", 1 sem., fasc. 2-Roma, gennaio 1930-VIII.
12-Harrison, Ross, G., 1947 Wound healing and reconstitution of the central nervous system
   of the amphibian embryo after removal of parts of the neural plate.,
   J. Exp. Zool, v.106, no. 1, October, Pages 27-84, Embryology-organogenes, Salamander,
   Physiology-regeneration, Press of The Wistar Institute  of Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia, Pa.
13-Harrison, Ross G., 1945 Facsimile of first announcement of the Journal of
   Experimental Zoology. Retrospect 1903-1945, J. Exp. Zool., v.100, no.3, December
14-Xe Congres International De Zoologie, Heteroplastic Transplantation In Am[hibian Embryos,
   by Prof. Ross G. Harrison, Osborn Zoological Laboratory, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
   Budapest, printing by Stephaneum Soc. LIM., 1929
15-Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine,
   1920, xvii, pp.190-200., 106 (1566) Experiments on the lens in amblystoma, by Ross G. Harrison,
   (from the Osborn Zoological Laboratory. Yale University, New Haven, Conn.)
16-Experiments On The Development Of The Gills In The Amphibian Embryo, Ross C. Harrison,
   (Reprinted from Biological Bulletin Vol.XL1., No.3, September 1921
17-Harrison, Ross G., W. T. Astbury and K. M. Rudall, 1940.An attempt at an x-ray analysis of
   embryonic processes, J. Exp. Zool., v85, no.3, Dec.5, Embryology-differentiation, Biophysies,
   Salamander-Amblystoma, Chick, Press of The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, Philadelphia
18-Sixth Pacific Science Congress, Opening Address by the President Ross G. Harrison, Chairman
   Of The National Research Council, At the Inaugural Session of the Congress Held in Wheeler Hall
   Of The University of California, Berkely, California July 24, 1939, Reprinted by permission of the
   Committee on Publications, from the Proceedings of the Sixth Pacific Council, Vol.1,pp50-53,1940
19-Embryonic Transplantation and Development of the Nervous System, by Ross G. Harrisom, Yale
   University,New Haven, Conn, Reprinted from The Anatomical Record, Vol.11, No.9, December 1908
20-(From The Transactions Of The Congress of Ame4rican Physicians and Surgeons,1913, IX, pp 63-76)
   The Life Of Tissueds Outside The Organism From The Embryological Standpoint,Ross G.Harrison,PhD.,MD.,
   Yale University, New Haven, Conn., Read at the IXth Triennial Session of the Congress of American
   Physicians and Surgeons, Washington, May 6 and 7, 1913  
21-Science and Practise, by Proffessor Ross G. Harrison, (Reprinted from Science,
   N.S.,Vol.XL, No. 1034, Pages 571-581, October 23, 1914)  
22-Anatomy: It's Scope, Methods and Relations to Other Biological Sciences,Ross G. Harrison,
   Yale University, New Haven, Conn.,Reprinted from The Anatomical Record,Vol 7,No.11, November,1913

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