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Elements of physiology
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annotation 33. The more developed th parts, the more dependent on each other

annotation 54 All organs require occasional use to keep perfect

annotation 76 Young Dogs &c as long as blind generate less heat, born at earlier period—
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annotation 165 Branchial arches in higher animals —p. 302 , 320

annotation 290 on same part attracting same substances , as in Tumours (Pangenesis)
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annotation 395 Peculiar teeth in Ornithorhynchus, Ant-eater & Whale■

annotation 399 on similarity of embryos of higher animals

annotation 403 on monstrosities in relation to division of germs — Double monsters Pang → [to `Pangenesis' above]

annotation 499. In sucking objects to Cuviers idea of Dream for instinct (N.Q)
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annotation 686 On the insulation of th Will to certain muscles in playing piano (N.Q)

annotation 713 Reflex actions, compared by me with Habit.— 716 Reflex adaptive — 721 (N.Q)

annotation 791 On atrophy of nerve of eye from disuse

annotation in pale pencil 468 Urea in blood & separated by glands

annotation in dark pencil Owen says he can perceive not much difference between reflex action & effects of habits — (he conceives an habitual action takes place through spinal cord)
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annotation (404. ■ on division of Planariae)
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annotation in dark pencil It seems to me most difficult to separate a really habitual (if such there be) & hereditary habit— from real mental willed actions, which the consciousness does not perceive from want of attention, in sam manner as it does not perceive all coinstantaneous impressions on the senses —
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annotation in brown ink Associations may become hereditary, which wd. account for , th alliance of instincts with times, places — [drawing] V. Hartley on Association??
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annotation in brown ink, vertically crossed in dark pencil How then can Geologists say, that animals were first created!!! a capital argumnt, showng that we must not generalize from absence of organic remains . — see p. 46t01
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annotation in pencil p. 739 & following pages for expression

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annotation [on right-hand side] Expression
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annotation in pencil 721 Theory of reflex actions
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