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EVOLUTION OF THE TISSUES
EVOLUTION OF TISSUES AND STRUCTURES
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abnormal accumulation of minute active amphibians ampulla appearance arterio-sclerosis becomes biological biologists blood-vessels bone cartilage cetacea chance variations change of environment characters cochlea connective tissue course daughter-cells defect degree differentiation epithelial cells EVOLUTION AND PATHOGENESIS evolved example existence fact factor fertilised ovum fibres fibroblasts fibrous tissue cells fishes function genes hereditary horizontal canal hypothesis individual animal Induced Variation inherited deaf-mutism injuring agent large number LEFT MEMBRANOUS LABYRINTH less metazoa monotreme mother-cells muscle mutation natural selection neoteny normal stimulus occur organ of Corti organ of hearing origin Ornithorhyncus anatinus otolith Otology otosclerosis pathological conditions pathologist phagocytic phagocytosis possess potentiality power of repair present process of repair produced qualities resist the injury result retrograde changes rheumatoid arthritis RIGHT MEMBRANOUS LABYRINTH semicircular canals similar sirenia species spontaneous variation struc superior canal surface tion TISSUE EVOLUTION tissue or structure tissues and structures types of cells vasomotor response vestibule wound writer