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Lorraine C. Smith fonds
Lorraine C. Smith fonds
Statistics, graduate course (Reid) – notes
Statistics, graduate course (Reid) – notes
Statistics 4th year, Dr. Reid – notes and final exam
Statistics 4th year, Dr. Reid – notes and final exam
Laboratory outline in physiology
Laboratory outline in physiology
Advanced physiology – laboratory notes
Advanced physiology – laboratory notes
Physiology lecture notes 4th year
Physiology lecture notes 4th year
Physiology 3rd year – laboratory notes
Physiology 3rd year – laboratory notes
Physics 18 (4th year) lecture notes, exam
Physics 18 (4th year) lecture notes, exam
Physics 18 (4th year) Spectroscopy
Physics 18 (4th year) Spectroscopy
Geology 1st year
Geology 1st year
Biochemistry 4th year – laboratory notes
Biochemistry 4th year – laboratory notes
Biochemistry 3rd year – laboratory exercises and lecture notes
Biochemistry 3rd year – laboratory exercises and lecture notes
Articles and reports
Articles and reports
Letters of reference; offprints of two articles
Letters of reference; offprints of two articles
Course and laboratory notes
Course and laboratory notes
“The efficacy of destran 13-1 and of arterenol (1-Noreprinephrine) in shock produced in limb clamping”. A report submitted to Dr. R.E. Haist concerning the research work carried on between May 1954 and June 1955
“The efficacy of destran 13-1 and of arterenol (1-Noreprinephrine) in shock produced in limb clamping”. A report submitted to Dr. R.E. Haist concerning the research work carried on between May 1954 and June 1955
“A study of reticulocytes”. A report on special work in physiology submitted to Dr. J. Campbell, Department of Physiology, University of Toronto
“A study of reticulocytes”. A report on special work in physiology submitted to Dr. J. Campbell, Department of Physiology, University of Toronto
“Anticoagulents”. Paper presented to the Physiological Journal Club as a major 4th year paper
“Anticoagulents”. Paper presented to the Physiological Journal Club as a major 4th year paper