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Books Bücher 1 - 5 von 5 in ... however long they remain in these coloured infusions, with their stomachs distended...
" ... however long they remain in these coloured infusions, with their stomachs distended with the colouring matter, it is not perceived to communicate the slightest tinge to the general cellular tissue of their body. "
Lectures on Comparative Anatomy - Seite 914
von Robert Edmond Grant - 1834
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The cyclopaedia of anatomy and physiology, Band 2

Robert Bentley Todd - 1839
...it is not perceived to communicate the slightest tinge to the general cellular tissue of their body. In most of the animals of this class there is an alimentary...with an oral and an anal orifice, which traverses the body and is provided with numerous small round cœcal appendices, which open into its sides throughout...
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The Cyclopædia of Anatomy and Physiology: DIA-INS

Robert Bentley Todd - 1839
...it is not perceived to communicate the slightest tinge to the general cellular tissue of their body. In most of the animals of this class there is an alimentary cinal with an oral and an anal orifice, which traverses the body and is provided with numerous small...
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The Medico-Chiburgical

James Johnson, MD - 1838
...should have a mouth and an anus. We see this in many of the polygastrica. There is in many of them an alimentary canal, with an oral and an anal orifice, which traverses the body, and is provided with numerous small round ccecal appendices, which open into its parietes throughout...
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Outlines of comparative anatomy

Robert Edmond Grant - 1841
...mucus or other decomposed organic matter found in the water. In most of the polygastric animalcules there is an alimentary canal, with an oral and an anal orifice, which traverses the body, and is provided with numerous small round coecal appendices, which open into its parietes throughout...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Band 32

Henry James Johnson - 1838
...should have a mooth and an anus. We see. this in many of the polygastrica. There is in many ç¿f them an alimentary canal, with an oral and an anal orifice, which traverses the body, and is pro-. vided with numerous small. round cmcal appendices, which open -into its¿ parietes...
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