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from End Slip annotation 233 Medusae will root & develop polypites

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from End Slip annotation 237 [illegible] of Ungulates alone bear horns

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from End Slip annotation 238 Tissues of all Vertebrates homologous

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from End Slip annotation 241 Serial Homology ought to precede Homologies between distinct species.—

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from End Slip annotation 247 on Difference in no of cervical vertebrae in different Mammals.—

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from End Slip annotation 253 differentiation of tissues & organs mark of Highness

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from End Note annotation Carp 258 Man;

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from End Slip annotation 265 The young flowers which swim vertically retain primordial condition & so may be said to reverse—

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from End Note annotation 294— contractile Sarcode with muscles—
from End Slip annotation 294 on possibility of transitions in tissues — (see M.S. notes at end of Book)

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from End Slip annotation 301 Homologies of Trachea — Mucus-sack

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from End Note annotation 304 Surely in fish we have gradation to bone from cartilage?— Other tissues?—

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lines 4—18 annotation This seems all rubbish

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lines 1—15 annotation Look at the greyhound See dom. animals

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from End Slip annotation 322 striped muscles common to Vertebrates & Invertebrates, cd have been derived from common ancestor for wd have been too low.—

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lines 17—27 annotation Death falling on young more probable selection
from End Note annotation 339 Causes of difference in number of offspring — Ratios of increase & Struggle for Existence. See H. Spencer, Principles of Biology