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Referee has found it difficult to follow the paper and his opinions may not be justified as he doesn't have a background knowledge of the subject area. The experimental method used doesn't contain any novelty.

Subject: Physiology

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society, 1891].

Reference number
RR/11/112
Earliest possible date
14 January 1892
Physical description
Report on paper
Page extent
3 pages
Format
Manuscript

Creator name

Arthur William Rucker

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Arthur William Rucker, Referee's report by Arthur William Rucker, on a paper 'On the electromotive phenomena of the mammalian heart' by William Maddock Bayliss and Ernest Henry Starling, 14 January 1892, RR/11/112, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_11_112/referees-report-by-arthur-william-rucker-on-a-paper-on-the-electromotive-phenomena-of-the-mammalian-heart-by-william-maddock-bayliss-and-ernest-henry-starling, accessed on 16 July 2024

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