An Introduction to the Study of the Comparative Anatomy of Animals, Volume 1

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Page 258 - The individual animal is the sum of the phenomena presented by a single life: in other words, it is, all those animal forms which proceed from a single egg, taken together (83).
Page 83 - Vertebrates, the layer of columnar ciliated epithelium, backed by neuroglla, which lines the central canal of the spinal cord and the ventricles of the brain.
Page 97 - It would be beyond the scope of this work to enter into a...
Page 81 - A faint flocculent precipitate is produced. After this has stood still for a few minutes it is covered with thin glass and examined under the microscope. It will be seen to consist of amorphous granules (Phosphate of Lime) and small crystals, which, if allowed to stand long enough, will take the form of triangular prisms (Phosphate of Ammonia and Magnesia).
Page 200 - ... during the late hours of the night and the early hours of the morning.
Page 79 - It would be out of place to enter here into a discussion of that wide subject ; but I must confess that, after having given attention to the subject, I do not feel convinced by the arguments of the first school.
Page 173 - XenopA., vol. iiL, p. 384) says, that the pamn which was sung before a battle was sacred to Ares, and the one sung after to Apollo; but whether this be the case or not, it is certain that the pa>an was sung in honour of other gods as well as of Apollo.
Page iv - Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF THE COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF ANIMALS, By GC BOURNE, MA, Fellow and Tutor of New College, Oxford. With numerous Illustrations. Vol. I. Animal Organisation. The Protozoa and Coelenterata.
Page 74 - The facility with which this eruption is produced, varies considerably in different individuals, and in the same individual at different times. A similar pustular eruption has been met with in the mouth, oesophagus, and smaller intestines, from the internal use of tartar emetic.
Page 137 - Amoeba, have played and are still playing a very important part in the formation of the earth's crust.

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