Must we not then seek for other factors than food to explain stature, else why does the famous English black horse continue to tower in size over the" ganon" of the Scottish Highlands be they fed with the same food for many years in the midland counties of England, or graze together on the moors of the Cheviot Hills? If food alone determines size, why such disparity between the famous short-horns of England, the Jerseys, remaining if our tiny Shetlands are imported into the lowlands, eat the same herbage, and tread the same pastures with their short-horned companions? Again, why does the progeny of these two widely separate groups approximate in bulk to their sires? If food only, why do the Pembrokes and Anglesea cattle, both mountain types, display such difterence in size? We are told that herbivora have large heads and large skeletons, yet the most marked feature of the famous Leicester sheep, who wallow in the rich vegetables of the lowlands of England, is the smallness of their heads, and of their bones generally, order as contrasted with the weight There are valleys in Scotland lying almost side by side where the average heights of the men vary three or four inches, the evident explanation here being a different four inches, while the Afghans, who are allowed meat once a day, average five feet eight inches. The important poisons will not provoke the appearance of immune bodies when injected in experimental animals and it could not be demonstrated that an animal can become immune to the Toxic amines are produced by the actioii of various intestinal bacteria on amino-acids and the evidence more and more points to these substances as the important agents in the toxemia of acute intestinal obstruction (tablet). Peas and beans increased albumin in the urine in chronic Bright's disease, and were apt to aggravate any renal trouble: many.
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