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" ... opal-like mass, which forms therein as a cast. It is a peculiar species of natural injection, and is often so perfect, that not only the large and coarse cells, but also the very finest canals of the cell walls, and all their connecting tubes, are... "
Report on the fossil iron ores of Georgia - Page 182
by Samuel Washington McCallie - 1908 - 95 pages
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Science - 1856
...also the very finest canals of the cell walls, and all their connecting tubes are thus petrified, and separately exhibited. By no artificial method can such fine and perfect injections be obtained." Having repeated the experiments of Ehrenberg upon the Zeuglodon limestone, I can confirm his statements...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1857
...also the very finest canals of the cell walls, and all their connecting tubes, are thus petrified, and separately exhibited. By no artificial method can such fine and perfect injections be obtained." Having repeated the experiments of Ehrenberg upon the Zeuglodon Limestone, I can confirm his statements...
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The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London, Volume 5

Microscope and microscopy - 1857
...also the very finest canals of the cell walls, and all their connecting tubes are thus petrified, and separately exhibited. By no artificial, method can such fine and perfect injections be obtained." Having repeated the experiments of Ehrenberg upon the Zeuglodon Limestone, I can confirm his statements...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

David A. Wells, A.M. - 1857
...also the very finest canals of the cell walls, and all their connecting tubes, are thus petrified, and separately exhibited. By no artificial method can such fine and perfect injections be obtained." Having repeated the experiments of Ehrenberg upon the Zeuglodon Limestone, I can confirm his statements...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 7

Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry Darwin Rogers - Science - 1858
...other casts of Polythalamia, &c. The following results were obtained: tubes, are thus petrified, and separately exhibited. By no artificial method can such fine and perfect injections be obtained." 1st, The yellowish limestone of the cretaceous deposits of New Jersey occurring with Teredo tibialis,...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1857
...also the very finest canals of the cell walls, and all their connecting tubes, are thus petrified, and separately exhibited. By no artificial method can such fine and perfect injections be obtained." Having repeated the experiments of Ehrenberg upon the Zeuglodon Limestone, I can confirm his statements...
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Journal of the New-York Microscopical Society, Volumes 5-6

Microscopy - 1889
...also the very finest canals of the cell-walls, and all their connecting tubes are thus petrified, and separately exhibited. By no artificial method can such fine and perfect injections be obtained. He mentions among his observations, that the yellowish limestone of the cretacecus deposits of New...
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Annual Report

New Jersey Geological Survey - Geology - 1893
...also the very finest canals of the cell walls and all their connecting tubes are thus petrified and separately exhibited. By no artificial method can such fine and perfect injections be obtained." The author describes the characteristic features of greensand specimens which he had obtained from...
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Annual Report of the State Geologist for ...

New Jersey Geological Survey, 1863-1915 - Geology - 1893
...also the very finest canals of the cell walls and all their connecting tubes are thus petrified and separately exhibited. By no artificial method can such fine and perfect injections be obtained." The author describes the characteristic features of greensand specimens which he had obtained from...
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