Definition of Donders
1. donder [v] - See also: donder
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Literary usage of Donders
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1890)
"ABOUT thirty-three years ago, when donders began to make known in Graefe's ... There were practitioners, as donders remarked, who had the courage to divide ..."
2. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1868)
"By Dr. FC donders, FRS, Professor of Physiology and Ophthalmology in the University of Utrecht. Translated from the ' Nederlandsch Archief voor Genees en ..."
3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1872)
"... and what in 1826 was only dimly understood, was in 1856 by Helmholz, and in 1864 by donders, brought to the light of perfect demonstration. ..."
4. Risk Assessment for Neurobehavioral Toxicity edited by Bernard Weiss, Jurg Elsner (1997)
"donders was also influenced by the work of the French astronomer Hirsch, ... donders replicated this work and found that RT took 1/5 second to visual ..."
5. A Practical Treatise on Ophthalmology by Lawrance Webster Fox (1920)
"... is a compound dioptric system having three refracting surfaces, the anterior surface of the cornea and the FIG. 206.—REDUCED (SCHEMATIC) EYE OP donders. ..."
6. Color-blindness; Its Dangers and Its Detection by Benjamin Joy Jeffries (1879)
"It also, like the method of donders, enables us to express in figures the amount of the chromatic defect in each individual case. The apparatus is arranged ..."