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From:Ian Montgomery <>
Date:Thu, 15 Apr 1999 09:33:12 +0000
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	Histology is interesting only when it gives a better insight into
the function of the tissue or element under discussion . . .  for, however
valuable the physiological observation may be, as long as their
histological basis is disproportionately small or entirely missing, even
the best founded physiological theories remain nebulous. Histology still
remains the basis for all our physiological deductions and theories.
					J. Boeke.

	Jan Boeke wrote the above statement late last century and for me it

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Tel: 0141 339 8855 Extn. 6602.
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