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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 Abortive organs

annotation Hereditariness
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annotation Period of Monstrosity supervening cause of

annotation Are rudimentary parts more variable than other parts? )

annotation    Vol 2.    G. St Hilaire Anomalies &c
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annotation p. 26
     p. 44
     p 60, 3
     p. 134
     p. 137
     p. 144
     p. 196
     221, 3, 4

     233, 4
     375 ‹May b›
     393, 5
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annotation | Use th word anomaly for his Variations or often Monstrosities Usage "anomaly" is not quite correct

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annotation     Vol 2 1 (1
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annotation 29 shells to left in ■vars. & species of sam Family

annotation 57 ‹& 110› on change in habits in old Hens
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annotation 110    on Carps with imperfect female organ like neuters
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annotation 210 on rudiments of limbs. 223 hereditary in Dog.
     224. some rudiment almost always present.—
     395 do.     ■    ■
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annotation 413 certain monstrosities more common in certain species than others,— quite inexplicable.—

annotation in pale pencil The intermaxllry bone when it appears in man is only a rudiment, & yet it occasionally appears so here we have a tendeny in a rudimnt to appear .

annotation     Vol I Study of Monstrosities
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annotation 39 admits that arrests of Developmt do not apply to variation.

annotation 104 Correlation of Monstrosities

annotation 115 disputes M. Vernière
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annotation 116 . Monst like other animals Xt01 285 Carp.
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annotation in reddish-orange crayon X 276 (Q) Compensation Ch. Kidny & super-vent capila[damaged: ripped]

annotation horizontally crossed 281 Most abnormalities in abnorml organs.

annotation 294 young spotted■ old mature

annotation vertically crossed 418 organs most change in position which durng «normal» development change most

annotation 484 (X)t01 Parts (Q)t02 earliest developed vary least because later formd affected by earlier
t01 - `(X)' in reddish-orange crayon
t02 - `(Q)' in brown ink

annotation 635 Muscles of arms when monstrous «Xt01 (Qt02 take after legs — Homologous parts
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t02 - `(Q)' in dark pencil

annotation 692 ■Rudimtry orgns varialb & mor developed.

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annotation      Vol 3 .
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annotation 352 «X»t01 trunk so frquent in Pig.—    relation between monstrosities & varieties
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annotation 392    first formd tends monstrous ∵ «(Xt01 late «(Qt02 organs must be affected by first formed (Andral)t03
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t03 - `(Andral)' in brown ink
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annotation in reddish-orange crayon X 402    correlation «(Q)» of Monstrosity without apparent cause

annotation 406    distinction betwen amont of development & of functiont01
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annotation 437 «X»t01    Monstrosities resemblng lower animals (Q)
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