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bottom-margin annotation But why shd. analogy or functional correspondence be so much more than homological or structural correspondence ??


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lines 16—21 annotation I wonder whether really: is there much abortion ?
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lines 13—19 annotation I have misunderstood Von Baer

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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation 79 — High Fish. N.B. I think on this subject there is much difference whether we look to Fish «( alone or to other classes. ??»


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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation 92 same number of cervical vertebrae in Giraffe & Whale — As in Reptiles only 2 sacral vertebrae in Kangaroo

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