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" This principle is thus alluded to by Dr. Grant:—" It is the restless activity of the worm and of the insect that makes every fibre of their body, as it were, a heart to propel their blood and circulate their fluids, while the slowcreeping snail that... "
Lectures on Comparative Anatomy - Seite 917
von Robert Edmond Grant - 1834
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Principles of general and comparative physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1838
...blood would soon stagnate in the complicated labyrinth of vessels and organs through which it has to pass. The slow-creeping snail that feeds upon the turf, has a heart as complicated as that of the redblooded vertebrated fish which bounds with such velocity through the deep. It is because the fish...
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QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF CROSCOPICAL SCIENCE

EDWIN LANKESTER, M.D., F.R.S., F.L.S., AND GEORGE BUSK, F.R.C.S.E., F.R.S., SEC. L.S. - 1862
...every fibre of their body, as it were, a heart to propel their blood and circulate their fluids, while the slowcreeping snail that feeds upon the turf has a heart as complicated as that of the red-blooded, vertebrated fish, that bounds with such velocity through the deep. It is because the fish...
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The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London, Band 10

1862
...every fibre of their body, as it were, a heart to propel their blood and circulate their fluids, while the slowcreeping snail that feeds upon the turf has a heart as complicated as that of the red-blooded, vertebrated fish, that bounds with such velocity through the deep. It is because the fish...
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Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, Band 2

1862
...every fibre of their body, as it were, a heart to propel their blood and circulate their fluids, while the slowcreeping snail that feeds upon the turf has a heart as complicated as that of the red-blooded, vertebrated fish, that bounds with such velocity through the deep. It is because the fish...
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The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Application, Being a Familiar ...

Jabez Hogg - 1867 - 752 Seiten
...every fibre of their body, as it were, a heart to propel their blood and circulate their fluids, while the slow-creeping snail that feeds upon the turf has a heart as complicated as that of the red-blooded, vertebrated fish, that bounds with such velocity through the deep. It is because the fish...
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