Definition of Camillo Golgi
1. Noun. Italian histologist noted for work on the structure of the nervous system and for his discovery of Golgi bodies (1844-1926).
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1. The Nervous System and Its Constituent Neurones: Designed for the Use of by Lewellys Franklin Barker (1899)
"... method was first described by its inventor, Camillo Golgi, of Pavia, as early as 1873.* But little attention was paid to it by investigators in other ..."
2. The Lancet (1898)
"For the examination of detail central and peripheral in the nervous system the use by Camillo Golgi In 1880-81 and by -Santiago Ramon y Cajal in 1889 of the ..."
3. Contemporary Psychology by Guido Villa (1903)
"The most important 1 The researches of Camillo Golgi (professor at Pavia) are developed in his work Sulla fine anatomia degli organi centrali del sistema ..."
4. The Scientific Monthly by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1916)
"In 1885—6, Camillo Golgi,8 at Pavia, showed that the Laveran parasites reproduce by formation of spores, and that the paroxysm of fever begins, ..."
5. The Never-ceasing Search by Francis Otto Schmitt (1990)
"In 1909 Cajal, along with the Italian cytol- ogist, Camillo Golgi, whose famous "Golgi stain" was effectively used by Cajal, shared the Nobel Prize in ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1903)
"PROFESSOR EJ MAREY, of Paris, and Professor Camillo Golgi, of Padua, have been elected foreign corresponding members of the Vienna Academy of Sciences. ..."
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