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Lectures on the elements of comparative anatomy.

Thomas Henry Huxley

Lectures on the elements of comparative anatomy.

by Thomas Henry Huxley

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Published by J. Churchill and Sons in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anatomy, Comparative,
  • Animals -- Classification,
  • Skull

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Thomas Henry Huxley ... On the classification of animals and on the vertebrate skull.
    GenreClassification.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL805 .H98
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 303 p.
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6974335M
    LC Control Number06032085
    OCLC/WorldCa2699995

    A Treatise on Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene. This work is divided into chapters, the subjects of which are complete in themselves, the pupil may commence the study of the structure, use, and laws of the several parts of which the human system is composed, by selecting such chapters as fancy or utility may dictate, without reference to their present arrangement, as well commence with the. Get this from a library! Lectures on the elements of comparative anatomy. [Thomas Henry Huxley].

    Huxley's Comparative Anatomy. Lectures on the Elements of Comparative Anatomy. By Thomas Henry Huxley, F.R.S.– On the Classification of Animals, and on the Vertebrate Skull. London: Churchill. 8v-o. pp. [by William James]. LECTURES ON COMPARATIVE ANATOMY AND ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY, DELIVERED BY ROBERT E. GRANT, M.D., F.R.S.E., &c, &c.; Fellow of the Roy. Coll. of Physicians of Edin.; and Professor of Comparative Anatomy and Animal Physiology in the University of London. As not only are these elements of the segments anchylosed together, but also the.

    Lectures on the elements of comparative anatomy: on the classification of animals and on the vertebrate skull / (London: John Churchill and sons, --), by Thomas Henry Huxley (page images at HathiTrust) The cat: An introd. to the study of backboned animals, especially mammals. The Lancet LECTURES ON COMPARATIVE ANATOMY AND ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY, DELIVERED BY ROBERT E. GRANT, M.D., F.R.S.E., &c., &c. ; Fellow of the Roy. Coll. of Physicians of Edin. and Professor of Comparative Anatomy and Animal Physiology in the University of London. and are enclosed in a solid osseous canal formed by the two peri-vertebral.


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Comparative anatomy is a subject about forms, their functions, and their evolution. comparative anatomy of the Invertebrata. I feel that some excuse the separate parts, mainly due to my call necessary for the tardy appearance of third the of and vacations add that the greater number of the my own Indeed, if hand, the reader I will, for my own illustrations where official When work.

were drawn by pardon the lapse of time. trust. Huxley's Comparative Anatomy. [Jan. Lectures on the Elements of Comparative Anatomy. By Thomas Henry Huxley, F. On the Classification of Animals, and on the Vertebrate Skull.

London: Churchill. 8vo. Professor Huxley gives us with this volume the first instalment. ELEVEN years have elapsed since we had occasion to review in these pages the first English edition of Prof. Wiedersheim's “Elements of the Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates,” adapted and.The elements which I have been speaking of, iu the sternum of those animals, exist at an early period even in the human sternum.

In the che- lonia these elements are spread out late- rally, for the obvious reason as you per- ceive, to form a shield over the whole ab- dominal surface of the short and broad trunk of their body (HH).Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Lecture Notes - Skeletal System II (Skull) The Vertebrate Skull consists of: Mammals - all 4 occipital elements typically fuse to form a single occipital bone (pictured below) Tetrapods - neurocranium articulates with the 1st vertebra via 1 (reptiles and birds) or 2 (amphibians and mammals) occipital condyles.