Common misspellings for physiology:

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Usage examples for physiology

  1. Already, and even previously, had Haller, who wrote in German, placed himself at the head of the current physiology.  Biographical Essays by Thomas de Quincey
  2. Now physiology teaches us that not a fibre works without some expenditure of energy.  The Life of the Spider by J. Henri Fabre
  3. What is important and what is not, is, as I have said, something to be learned; and it is extremely desirable that any one contemplating such observations should acquaint himself beforehand with the principles of general psychology and physiology, and should seek also the practical advice of a trained observer.  The Story of the Mind by James Mark Baldwin