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  • Certain of these relations are here summarized (the starting substance is in italics): l-Glucose f- 1-arabinose --- l-mannose - l-mannoheptose; glucononose fa-gluco-octose F - a-glucoheptose f- d-glucose - 0-glucoheptose - > /-gluco-octose; d-mannose--> d-mannoheptose--> manno-octose--> mannononose; d-glucose --> d-arabinose - i d-erythrose.
  • His first great work, Lectures on Quaternions (Dublin, 1852), is almost painful to read in consequence of the frequent use of italics and capitals.
  • The two words are printed in italics, and may be followed by the name of the author who first described the species.
  • Small capitals denote differences from Roman Catholic, italics differences from Protestant doctrine.