Response in the Living and Non-Living
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Response in the Living and Non-Living

By Sir Jagadis Chandra Bose
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Table of Contents
  • RESPONSE IN THE LIVING AND NON-LIVING
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
      • CHAPTER I THE MECHANICAL RESPONSE OF LIVING SUBSTANCES
        • CHAPTER II ELECTRIC RESPONSE
        • CHAPTER III ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—METHOD OF NEGATIVE VARIATION
        • CHAPTER IV ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—BLOCK METHOD
        • CHAPTER V PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE EFFECTS OF SINGLE STIMULUS AND OF SUPERPOSED STIMULI
        • CHAPTER VI PLANT RESPONSE—ON DIPHASIC VARIATION
        • CHAPTER VII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE
        • CHAPTER VIII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE
        • CHAPTER IX PLANT RESPONSE—EFFECT OF ANÆSTHETICS AND POISONS
        • CHAPTER X RESPONSE IN METALS
        • CHAPTER XI INORGANIC RESPONSE—MODIFIED APPARATUS TO EXHIBIT RESPONSE IN METALS
        • CHAPTER XII INORGANIC RESPONSE—METHOD OF ENSURING CONSISTENT RESULTS
        • CHAPTER XIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—MOLECULAR MOBILITY: ITS INFLUENCE ON RESPONSE
        • CHAPTER XIV INORGANIC RESPONSE—FATIGUE, STAIRCASE, AND MODIFIED RESPONSE
        • CHAPTER XV INORGANIC RESPONSE—RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE—SUPERPOSITION OF STIMULI
        • CHAPTER XVI INORGANIC RESPONSE—EFFECT OF CHEMICAL REAGENTS
        • CHAPTER XVII ON THE STIMULUS OF LIGHT AND RETINAL CURRENTS
        • CHAPTER XVIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS CONDITIONS ON THE RESPONSE TO STIMULUS OF LIGHT
        • CHAPTER XIX VISUAL ANALOGUES
        • CHAPTER XX GENERAL SURVEY AND CONCLUSION
        • INDEX
      • CHAPTER II ELECTRIC RESPONSE
      • CHAPTER III ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—METHOD OF NEGATIVE VARIATION
      • CHAPTER IV ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—BLOCK METHOD
      • CHAPTER V PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE EFFECTS OF SINGLE STIMULUS AND OF SUPERPOSED STIMULI
      • CHAPTER VI PLANT RESPONSE—ON DIPHASIC VARIATION
      • CHAPTER VII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE
      • CHAPTER VIII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE
      • CHAPTER IX PLANT RESPONSE—EFFECT OF ANÆSTHETICS AND POISONS
      • CHAPTER X RESPONSE IN METALS
      • CHAPTER XI INORGANIC RESPONSE—MODIFIED APPARATUS TO EXHIBIT RESPONSE IN METALS
      • CHAPTER XII INORGANIC RESPONSE—METHOD OF ENSURING CONSISTENT RESULTS
      • CHAPTER XIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—MOLECULAR MOBILITY: ITS INFLUENCE ON RESPONSE
      • CHAPTER XIV INORGANIC RESPONSE—FATIGUE, STAIRCASE, AND MODIFIED RESPONSE
      • CHAPTER XV INORGANIC RESPONSE—RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE—SUPERPOSITION OF STIMULI
      • CHAPTER XVI INORGANIC RESPONSE—EFFECT OF CHEMICAL REAGENTS
      • CHAPTER XVII ON THE STIMULUS OF LIGHT AND RETINAL CURRENTS
      • CHAPTER XVIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS CONDITIONS ON THE RESPONSE TO STIMULUS OF LIGHT
      • CHAPTER XIX VISUAL ANALOGUES
      • CHAPTER XX GENERAL SURVEY AND CONCLUSION
      • INDEX
    • CHAPTER I THE MECHANICAL RESPONSE OF LIVING SUBSTANCES
      • CHAPTER II ELECTRIC RESPONSE
      • CHAPTER III ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—METHOD OF NEGATIVE VARIATION
      • CHAPTER IV ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—BLOCK METHOD
      • CHAPTER V PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE EFFECTS OF SINGLE STIMULUS AND OF SUPERPOSED STIMULI
      • CHAPTER VI PLANT RESPONSE—ON DIPHASIC VARIATION
      • CHAPTER VII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE
      • CHAPTER VIII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE
      • CHAPTER IX PLANT RESPONSE—EFFECT OF ANÆSTHETICS AND POISONS
      • CHAPTER X RESPONSE IN METALS
      • CHAPTER XI INORGANIC RESPONSE—MODIFIED APPARATUS TO EXHIBIT RESPONSE IN METALS
      • CHAPTER XII INORGANIC RESPONSE—METHOD OF ENSURING CONSISTENT RESULTS
      • CHAPTER XIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—MOLECULAR MOBILITY: ITS INFLUENCE ON RESPONSE
      • CHAPTER XIV INORGANIC RESPONSE—FATIGUE, STAIRCASE, AND MODIFIED RESPONSE
      • CHAPTER XV INORGANIC RESPONSE—RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE—SUPERPOSITION OF STIMULI
      • CHAPTER XVI INORGANIC RESPONSE—EFFECT OF CHEMICAL REAGENTS
      • CHAPTER XVII ON THE STIMULUS OF LIGHT AND RETINAL CURRENTS
      • CHAPTER XVIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS CONDITIONS ON THE RESPONSE TO STIMULUS OF LIGHT
      • CHAPTER XIX VISUAL ANALOGUES
      • CHAPTER XX GENERAL SURVEY AND CONCLUSION
      • INDEX
    • CHAPTER II ELECTRIC RESPONSE
    • CHAPTER III ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—METHOD OF NEGATIVE VARIATION
    • CHAPTER IV ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—BLOCK METHOD
    • CHAPTER V PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE EFFECTS OF SINGLE STIMULUS AND OF SUPERPOSED STIMULI
    • CHAPTER VI PLANT RESPONSE—ON DIPHASIC VARIATION
    • CHAPTER VII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE
    • CHAPTER VIII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE
    • CHAPTER IX PLANT RESPONSE—EFFECT OF ANÆSTHETICS AND POISONS
    • CHAPTER X RESPONSE IN METALS
    • CHAPTER XI INORGANIC RESPONSE—MODIFIED APPARATUS TO EXHIBIT RESPONSE IN METALS
    • CHAPTER XII INORGANIC RESPONSE—METHOD OF ENSURING CONSISTENT RESULTS
    • CHAPTER XIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—MOLECULAR MOBILITY: ITS INFLUENCE ON RESPONSE
    • CHAPTER XIV INORGANIC RESPONSE—FATIGUE, STAIRCASE, AND MODIFIED RESPONSE
    • CHAPTER XV INORGANIC RESPONSE—RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE—SUPERPOSITION OF STIMULI
    • CHAPTER XVI INORGANIC RESPONSE—EFFECT OF CHEMICAL REAGENTS
    • CHAPTER XVII ON THE STIMULUS OF LIGHT AND RETINAL CURRENTS
    • CHAPTER XVIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS CONDITIONS ON THE RESPONSE TO STIMULUS OF LIGHT
    • CHAPTER XIX VISUAL ANALOGUES
    • CHAPTER XX GENERAL SURVEY AND CONCLUSION
    • INDEX
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • RESPONSE IN THE LIVING AND NON-LIVING
    • CHAPTER I THE MECHANICAL RESPONSE OF LIVING SUBSTANCES
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER II ELECTRIC RESPONSE
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—METHOD OF NEGATIVE VARIATION
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IV ELECTRIC RESPONSE IN PLANTS—BLOCK METHOD
      • I. Leaf-stalk of Plane-tree
        • II. Leaf-stalk of Horse-chestnut
      • II. Leaf-stalk of Horse-chestnut
    • I. Leaf-stalk of Plane-tree
      • II. Leaf-stalk of Horse-chestnut
    • II. Leaf-stalk of Horse-chestnut
    • CHAPTER V PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE EFFECTS OF SINGLE STIMULUS AND OF SUPERPOSED STIMULI
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VI PLANT RESPONSE—ON DIPHASIC VARIATION
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE
      • Table showing the Increased E.M. Variation produced by Increasing Stimulus
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Table showing the Increased E.M. Variation produced by Increasing Stimulus
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VIII PLANT RESPONSE—ON THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE
      • Table showing Effect of High Temperature in Abolishing Response
        • Table showing Diminution of Response with Increasing Temperature
        • Table showing the Variation of Response in Scotch Kale during the Rise and Fall of Temperature
      • Table showing Diminution of Response with Increasing Temperature
      • Table showing the Variation of Response in Scotch Kale during the Rise and Fall of Temperature
    • Table showing Effect of High Temperature in Abolishing Response
      • Table showing Diminution of Response with Increasing Temperature
      • Table showing the Variation of Response in Scotch Kale during the Rise and Fall of Temperature
    • Table showing Diminution of Response with Increasing Temperature
    • Table showing the Variation of Response in Scotch Kale during the Rise and Fall of Temperature
    • CHAPTER IX PLANT RESPONSE—EFFECT OF ANÆSTHETICS AND POISONS
    • CHAPTER X RESPONSE IN METALS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XI INORGANIC RESPONSE—MODIFIED APPARATUS TO EXHIBIT RESPONSE IN METALS
    • CHAPTER XII INORGANIC RESPONSE—METHODS OF ENSURING CONSISTENT RESULTS
    • CHAPTER XIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—MOLECULAR MOBILITY: ITS INFLUENCE ON RESPONSE
    • CHAPTER XIV INORGANIC RESPONSE—FATIGUE, STAIRCASE, AND MODIFIED RESPONSE
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XV INORGANIC RESPONSE—RELATION BETWEEN STIMULUS AND RESPONSE—SUPERPOSITION OF STIMULI
      • Table showing the Increasing Electric Response due to Increasing Amplitude of Vibration
    • Table showing the Increasing Electric Response due to Increasing Amplitude of Vibration
    • CHAPTER XVI INORGANIC RESPONSE—EFFECT OF CHEMICAL REAGENT
    • CHAPTER XVII ON THE STIMULUS OF LIGHT AND RETINAL CURRENTS
    • CHAPTER XVIII INORGANIC RESPONSE—INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS CONDITIONS ON THE RESPONSE TO STIMULUS OF LIGHT
      • Table giving Response to varying Intensities of Light
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Table giving Response to varying Intensities of Light
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XIX VISUAL ANALOGUES
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XX GENERAL SURVEY AND CONCLUSION
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • INDEX
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