Principles of comparative physiology (Google eBook)

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Blanchard and Lea, 1854 - Physiology - 752 pages
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Contents

Lycopodium cernuum lxix
61
Martilea quadrifolia lxix
62
Ideal Plant lxxvhi
63
Amoeba princeps xxxv
69
Bydria futca xc
72
3d Diagrammatic section of Actinia lxxx
73
Structure of Cyanma aurita xxxvi
75
Anatomy of Atlcrias aurantiaca lxxxviii
76
Comatula rosacea xxxix
77
Lingula analina xvm
82
Section of Shell of Nautilus pompilius xvm
83
Exterior view and section of Orthoceratitc xvm
84
Cephalaspis Lyellii
85
lulm xxxiv
91
Digestive apparatus of Rhizostoma xxm
92
Digestive apparatus of Thaumantias xxxvm
93
Holothuriaphantapui xxm
94
Anatomy of Echinus lividus xxm
95
Rotifer vulgaris xxxv
97
Section of part of the Stomach of Sheep xxxvn
98
Sections of Aleyonian Polype xxxm
100
Structure of Polycelis lacvigatus lxxi
102
Digestive apparatus of Annelida xxm
103
Oblique view of Vertebra of Cod lxxiv
104
70f Skeleton of the Sloth
118
Vascular area of FowVt egg xcix
134
Ogygia Buchii xxn and Limulus moluccanus xxxiv
135
Watervascular system of Taenia tolium xi
141
Portion of gill of Doris Johmtoni n
142
Doris Johmtoni showing tuft of external gills n
143
Cephalic tuft of Sabella unispira xxxiv
145
Lamprey showing branchial orifices
146
Proteus anguineus showing external branchite xxvii
148
Tracheal system of Nepa cinerea xxxiv
152
Section of Lung of Turtle xu 153 Pulmonary apparatus of Pigeon xxxvn
153
Capillaries of aircells of Human Lung
154
Digestive apparatus of Ammolheapycnogonoides lxx
179
Digestive apparatus of Mygale xxm 107 Digestive apparatus of Common Fowl xxxiv
200
Villi of Human Intestine
220
Longitudinal Section of Stem of Italian Reed lxxviii
235
Bloodvessels of Frogs foot xcix
240
Dorsal vessel of Scolopendra lxiii
244
Corpora Wolffiana from Chick lxii
435
Koetiluea miliaris Lxxn
444
1S9 Pelagia noctiluca xxxiv
446
Electric Apparatus of Torpedo lxxvi
469
Diagram of Generative Process in Plants
483
Multiplication of Coccochloru by subdivision xliii
484
Conjugation of Euaitrum ollongum lxxiii
485
Conjugation of Eunotia turgida lxxxvii
486
Development of Spores in Aulacoteira lxxxvii
487
Conjugation of Zygnema li
488
Generative apparatus of Fuciu platycarpu lxxxvi
491
Tetraspores of Carpocaulon mediterraneum n
493
Generative apparatus of Charafoztida lxxxi
494
Generative apparatus of Colltma pulposum xci
496
Generative apparatus of Tremella metcntcrica xcn
497
Generative apparatus of Agaricut campettris lxxvii
498
Development of Torula cerevitias
499
Development of Archegonia of Marchantia lxix 600
500
Sporangia on lobed receptacles of Marchantia lxix
501
Gemmiparous conceptacles of Marchantia lviii
502
Development of prothallium of Pttru liv
504
Development of Antheridia and Anthcrozoids of Pteris liv
505
Development of Archegonium of Pterit liv
506
Development of Embryo of Polypodium liv
507
Fructification of Equisetum arvense lxix
509
Generation and development of Lycopodium xliv
510
Germination of Marsilea Fabri lxix
511
Generative apparatus of Conifcrse xliv
512
Development of Embryo of Enotheraceie xlv
515
Embryos of Potamogeton and Amygdalue xlvii 617
530
Segmentation of vitellus of Aicaru acuminata v
533
First segmentation of vitellus of Mammalian Ovum xix
534
Early stages of development of Coregonus xcvn
535
Fissiparous multiplication of Chilodon cucullulus xxxv
536
Group of VortictlUe in various states xxxv
537
Development and Metamorphosis of Vorticella microeioma lxxxiii
538
Gemmation of Hydra futca xc
539
Generative apparatus of Actinia lxxxv
541
Development of polypebud of Campanularia xciv
543
Generation and Development of Cordylophora lacustru iv
545
Development of Medusabuds from Perigonimiu lxxv 646
546

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Page 446 - ... across. The whole plant gives out at night a bright phosphorescent light, of a pale greenish hue, similar to that emitted by the larger fire-flies, or by those curious soft-bodied marine animals, the Pyrosoma; from this circumstance, and from growing on a palm, it is called by the inhabitants "Flor do Coco;" the light given out by a few of these fungi, in a dark room, was sufficient to read by.
Page 470 - ... discharge of the Torpedo, and chemical decomposition may be effected by it, as well as magnetic properties communicated to needles. It seems essential to the proper reception of the shock, that two parts of the body should be touched at the same time, and that these two should be in different electtical states.
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Page 471 - ... tissue, which completely surrounds the body, appears to be subservient to this function ; it is composed of tendinous fibres interwoven together, and of an albuminous substance contained in their interstices, so as to bear a close analogy with the cellular partitions in the special organs of the Torpedo and Gymnotns The organs of the other Fishes said to cnrtiinge Fig.
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