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annotation 111. The perfect union of one leg or arm of some double monsters very striking
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annotation 284 — on some «double» mons■ters breeding , opposed to their sterility ; ■but then it is th one perfect which■ breeds■. —377 fertile generally.
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annotation 350    domestic animals, like man, have numerous variations in veins

annotation 352 monsters occur differently in number & head in different species — a trunk specially common in ‹Ele› Pigs.—
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annotation 355. in wild animals vry few monstrosities — «(Q

annotation there is evident relation between monsters & varieties

annotation 392. organs or parts later formed, always must be affected by causes producing monstrosities.
     «(Q)» quotes Andral — on first formed least monstrous — (shows most monstrosities do not come on very early)
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annotation 402 on coexistence of monstrosities, without «(Q)» any evident relation of parts .


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annotation 406. distinction between arrest of development & of formation

annotation 437 «(Qt01 cases of monstrosities in man resembling Lower animals resulting frm permanence of embryonic condition
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annotation 448 — intimate parallelism between th embryonic, zoological & teratological series.

annotation 456 again insists on law of number varying in part when numerous, & being in itself variable

annotation 456 Summary on laws governing variation — generally rudiments — (hence cause does not act vry early)

annotation 462    on homologous parts uniting both in monstrosities & in Nature.—
     Do not some account for this by division of cells at some period of growth ??

annotation 479— on germs being originally monstrous.

annotation 499    arguments for monstrosities being produced late & 500    Read , 503 (see Roy Catalogue).— 506, 7


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annotation 347— [he means `547']    throws over imagination havng any effect on nature of ■monstrosity.

annotation 392. [he means `592'?] (Q)
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annotation 593 — summary■ of laws of monstrosity, nothng new ■    ■

annotation 604    on parallel series in zoology

annotation 609.    good instances, showing how easily final causes may be falsely invented.


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     Centripetal Law
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     Balancement des organs
         ---- M. de Serres;— old Geoffroy; Isidore;— Meckel—; Carus;


annotation     Vol 3
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annotation p. 89.
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annotation p. 134 shows how all parts go together

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