2 edition of Homer William Smith, SC. D.: his scientific & literary achievements. found in the catalog.
Homer William Smith, SC. D.: his scientific & literary achievements.
Homer William Smith
|Statement||Edited by Herbert Chasis and William Goldring.|
|Contributions||Chasis, Herbert, 1905- ed., Goldring, William, 1898- ed.|
|LC Classifications||QP26.S6 A25 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 282 p.|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||65010765|
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InHomer W. Smith published an article in the JCI that clearly demonstrated that para-aminohippuric acid is the most suitable agent for the evaluation of renal plasma flow in both humans and dogs; in addition, the paper provided detailed methodology that is still in use today.
This paper is but one of many SC. D.: his scientific & literary achievements. book works performed by Smith and his colleagues that clearly established Cited by: 2. Biography. Smith was born in Denver, received his in from Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public until his retirement in he was the Professor of Physiology and Director of the Physiological Laboratories at New York University School of Medicine.
Smith was a leader in the field of renal : January 2,Denver, Colorado. Homer William Smith, Sc. D.: his scientific & literary achievements. Edited by Herbert Chasis and William Goldring. Homer William Smith. D.: his scientific & literary achievements by Homer William Smith, Herbert Chassis, William Goldring 1 edition - first published in Not in Library Accessible book, Kidneys, Evolution, History, Kidney Written works: From Fish To Philosopher, Man and His Gods.
SMITH, HOMER WILLIAM(b. Denver. Colorado. 2 January ; d. New York, N.Y- 25 March )physiology, evolutionary biology, Source for information on Smith, Homer William: Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography dictionary. The book includes, in addition to several of his speeches and essays, talks given in honor of Smith.
In the words of S.E. Bradley at a dinner in“Homer Smith and the school Homer Smith has nurtured have been responsible for the major discoveries that link New York University and the kidney in men’s minds the world over.”Cited by: 2. Author(s): Chasis,Herbert,; Goldring,William, Title(s): Homer William Smith, Sc.D.: his scientific & literary achievements.
Edited by Herbert Chasis and. Resources by Homer William Smith (16) Man and his gods / by Homer W. Smith ; with a foreword by Albert Einstein Smith, Homer William, Abstract. In Donald D. Van Slyke (see Fig. 2) and associates (25) introduced the word “clearance” to indicate the urinary output of urea per minute relative to its concentration in blood, defining it as the volume of blood completely “cleared” of urea per minute when urine flow exceeds 2 ml/min.
Fifteen years later Homer W. Smith [see Fig. 6; (42)] wrote: “In my opinion this Cited by: Homer William Smith, Sc.D. His Scientific and Literary Achievements by Herbert Chasis, William Goldring, Homer William Smith (pp.
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