Dayton James Edwards

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1918-1950 Physiology Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
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(1882 - 1973)
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/93933148
https://books.google.com/books?id=LToOAQAAMAAJ
https://archive.org/details/compensatoryphen00edwa/page/34 I wish to express my sincerest thanks to Prof. Frederic S. Lee for his kind advice and criticism

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Frederic Schiller Lee grad student 1914 Columbia
 (Compensatory phenomena in the distribution of the blood during stimulation of the splanchnic nerve)
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Cattell M, Edwards DJ. (1932) Conditions modifying the influence of hydrostatic pressure on striated muscle, with special reference to the rôle of viscosity changes Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology. 1: 11-36
Cattell M, Edwards DJ. (1931) Epinephrin Action In Relation To The Hydrostatic Pressure Effect On The Contraction Of Cardiac Muscle American Journal of Physiology. 96: 657-661
Cattell M, Edwards DJ. (1930) Reversal Of The Stimulating Action Of Hydrostatic Pressure On Striated Muscle. Science. 71: 17-18
Cattell M, Edwards DJ. (1930) The Influence Of Hydrostatic Pressure On The Contraction Of Cardiac Muscle In Relation To Temperature American Journal of Physiology. 93: 97-104
Edwards DJ, Cattell M. (1930) The Action Of Compression On The Contraction Of Heart Muscle American Journal of Physiology. 93: 90-96
Cattell M, Edwards DJ. (1928) The Energy Changes Of Skeletal Muscle Accompanying Contraction Under High Pressure American Journal of Physiology. 86: 371-382
Edwards DJ, Cattell M. (1928) The Stimulating Action Of Hydrostatic Pressure On Cardiac Function American Journal of Physiology. 84: 472-484
Edwards DJ, Cattell M. (1927) Some Results of the Application of High Pressures to the Heart. Experimental Biology and Medicine. 25: 234-235
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