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Histoire générale et particulière des anomalies de l'organisation chez l'homme et les animaux
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Paris, J.B. Baillière, 1832-1837
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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.

annotation     (Owen)
     de Soi pour soi
     Centripetal Law
     Balancement des organs
         ---- M. de Serres;— old Geoffroy; Isidore;— Meckel—; Carus;

annotation     Vol 3
     I. St. Hilaire—    Anomalies
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annotation p. 89.
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annotation p. 134 shows how all parts go together

annotation 138
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annotation — at 207 (skim chapters) ☞ (to 349)

annotation 246
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