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" I suppose this living filament, of whatever form it may be, whether sphere, cube, or cylinder, to be endued with the capability of being excited into action by certain kinds of stimulus. "
The London Medical and Physical Journal - Page 273
1799
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Zoonomia; Or, The Laws of Organic Life ...

Erasmus Darwin - Physiology - 1801 - 1574 pages
...fuppofe this living filament, of whatever form it may be, whether fphere, cube, or cylinder, to be endued with the capability of being excited into action by certain kinds of fiimulus. By the ftimulus of the furrounding fluid, in whiqh it is received from the male, it may bend...
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Zoonomia, Volume 1

Erasmus Darwin - 1818
...suppose this living filament, of whatever form it may be, whether sphere, cube, or cylinder, to be endued with the capability of being excited into action by certain kinds of stimulus. By the stimulus of the surrounding fluid, in which it is received from the male, it may bend...
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Evolution, Old and New: Or, the Theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin, and ...

Samuel Butler - Evolution - 1879 - 384 pages
...suppose this living filament of whatever form it may be, whether sphere, cube, or cylinder, to be endued with the capability of being excited into action by certain kinds of stimulus. By the stimulus of the surrounding fluid in which it is received from the male * ' Zoonomia,'...
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From the Greeks to Darwin: An Outline of the Development of the Evolution Idea

Henry Fairfield Osborn - Evolution - 1894 - 259 pages
...... I suppose this living filament, of whatever form it may be, whether sphere, cube, or cylinder, to be endowed with the capability of being excited into action by certain kinds of stimulus." This irritability and excitability is the first step in Darwin's conception of Evolution....
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Outlines of evolutionary biology

Arthur Dendy - Biology - 1912 - 454 pages
...suppose this living filament, of whatever form it may be, whether sphere, cube, or cylinder, to be endued with the capability of being excited into action by certain kinds of stimulus." It thus absorbs nutriment and becomes organized by "accretion of parts," and this leads...
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Zoonomia; or, The laws of organic life ...

Erasmus Darwin - Evolution (Biology) - 1801
...fuppofe this living filament, of whatever form it may be, whether fphere, cube, or cylinder, to be endued with the capability of being excited into action by certain kinds of ftimulus. By the ftimulus of the furroimding fluid, in which it is received from the male, it may bend...
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