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Hermann Rudolph Aubert - bibliography

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German physiologist, born November 23, 1826, Frankfurt an der Oder, died February 2, 1892.


  • Ducuntne salia alvum vi endosmotica?
    Doctoral thesis, 1850.
  • Physiologie der Netzhaut.
    394 pages, 67 fig. Breslau, E. Morgenstern, 1865.
  • Shakespeare als Mediziner. Rostock 1873.
  • Die Cephalopoden des Aristoteles.
  • Nachrichten zur Geschichte der Medizin in Rostock.
  • Grundzüge der physiologischen Optik. Leipzig, 1876.
  • Innervation der Kreislauforgane.
    In: Ludimar Hermann (1838-1914), et al: Handbuch der Physiologie. Leipzig, 1880. (6 volumes, 1879-1882).

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