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William Harvey and the circulation of the blood [videorecording]
imprint
[London?] : Royal College of Physicians of London, 1970.-
description
1 videocass (40 min) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
format(s)
Videocassette
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imprint
[London?] : Royal College of Physicians of London, 1970.-
credits note
producer/director/photographer, Douglas Fisher; narrator, John Curle; scenario/research, G. Whitterbridge, Chas. Newman; L. Payne; Wm. Harvey's words read by Leonard Goodwin.-
local note
Also available on 16mm Film 160005.
Copy 2 is slightly abridged (6 min. shorter)
abstract
Details the events and experiments which led to Harvey's theory of blood circulation (1628 to 1650). Following an historical introduction to Harvey's life and education, Harvey's own words are used to describe his experiments, while actual reconstructions of the experiments themselves are shown.-
catalogue key
1428600
target audience
Undergrad general

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