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" The bills of birds differ much, according to their different habits, and particularly according to the kind of food on which they are destined to live, and the manner in which they are to seek it. In birds of prey, the... "
The Medico-chirurgical Review - Seite 434
von Henry James Johnson - 1838
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The cyclopaedia of anatomy and physiology, Band 2

Robert Bentley Todd - 1839
...existence. Its form and structure vary according to the kind of food on which the various tribes of animals are destined to subsist, and the extent of elaboration...to undergo to assimilate it to the animal's body; so that the diversities of this first part of the digestive apparatus are intimately related to all...
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The Medico-Chiburgical

James Johnson, MD - 1838
...and isolated from their primitive source, they assume properties and functions more and more peculiar and distinct, and thus form the numerous follicular...intimately connected with the diversities of form manifested by the organs of animal life, and with all the living habits and instincts of animals."...
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Medical and Physiological Commentaries, Band 2

Martyn Paine - 1840 - 815 Seiten
...every species of ani which place at a remote distance the laws of chemistry. " An alimentary canal is observed in every class of animals, and almost...or according to the kind of food on which they are deetined to subsist, and the extent of elaboration it requires to undergo. The peculiarities presented...
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Outlines of comparative anatomy

Robert Edmond Grant - 1841
...and isolated from their primitive source, they assume properties and functions more and more peculiar and distinct, and thus form the numerous follicular...intimately connected with the diversities of form manifested by the organs of animal life, and with all the living habits and instincts of animals. SECOND...
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Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Band 2

1868
...Goosander (qv). The bills of birds differ much, according to their different habita, and particularly according to the kind of food on which they are destined to live, and the manner in which they are to seek it. In birds of prey, the B. is strong ; the upper mandible...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for ..., Band 2

1868
...Goosander (qv). The bills of birds differ much, according to then1 different habits, and particularly according to the kind of food on which they are destined to Uve, and the manner in which they are to seek it. In birds of prey, the B. is strong; the upper mandible...
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The New International Encyclopaedia

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - 1902
...merganser (qv). The bills of birds differ much, according to their different habits, and particularly according to the kind of food on which they are destined to live, and the manner in which they are to seek it. In birds of prey, the beak is strong; the upper...
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The New International Encyclopaedia, Band 3

1906
...merganser (qv). The bills of birds differ much, according to their different habits, and particularly according to the kind of food on which they are destined to live, and the manner in which they are to seek it. In birds of prey, the beak is strong; the upper...
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The New International Encyclopædia, Band 3

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - 1909
...merganser (qv ). The bills of birds differ much, according to their different habits, and particularly according to the kind of food on which they are destined to live, and the manner in which they arc to seek it. In birds of prey, the beak is strong; the upper...
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