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Introduction á la zoologie générale
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Paris, Victor Masson, 1851
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annotation p 7    Diversity of organisms first condition of nature    (Ch. 4)
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annotation p 9    Law of “economy of nature”— “sober in innovations” — (Q)t01
     — has not recourse to any new creation of organ. other strong expressions «on do» p. 10 (Q)
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annotation 13 nature varies degree of perfection, «(Q)» p 14 as embryonic developmnt

annotation 21 On Highness & Lowness . p. 25 to 34.
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annotation 35. Division of «(Q)» Labour p. 57 do p. 60    (p 61 X)t01 (Q)
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annotation 43. Beautiful gradation «(Q)» in stomach — p. 63 in Respiration «(Q)»; in annelids srfac of body nr legs.
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annotation x 61 «Q» Nature rarely introduces a new organ «p. 64» p 65 In Squilla new organ introduced (Q)
     but Cirripedes have show how cautioust01 one must be p. 118 do.t02 p. 121. do (Q)
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annotation 68 «(Q)» clearly admits that new organs are at last created .p 118 do

annotation 96 On Embryological similarity

annotation p 98 mistake of Branchial slits

annotation p 102 not arrest p 112 p 114
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annotation 111[damaged: ripped] Point in Classification.
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annotation p 124 Parallel series

annotation 126 on animals “borrowing” (instead of inheriting) structure from other class.

annotation 132 on different kinds of fusion or union 137

annotation 132 Rudimentary organs tend to become separated from proper connexions !

annotation 138 absolute disappearance of organs

annotation 141 Law of Balancement of minor importance

annotation 148 Law of connexions.    151    .154

annotation 161 If one part is changed others are changed (so with varieties «& monstrosities of» of gross nature)

annotation 163 On various empirical connexions of structures

annotation 165 On subordination of characters ; i.e. character in connexion with others (Jussieu) «(p. 166 «p 169» doubts this.» p 171

annotation 172. on value of Characters in classification