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Principles of comparative physiology
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London, John Churchill, 1854
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bottom-margin annotation 1854

line 2 underline "analogies"
lines 5—10 score
line 6 underline "totally fails"
line 7 underline "evolution"

line 19 underline "functional"
line 19 at "and" annotation internal
line 19 underline "structural"
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line 18 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation But why shd. analogy or functional correspondence be so much more than homological or structural correspondence ??

line 14 underline "Lemna"
line 15 underline "Zostera"
line 17 underline "degraded"
lines 16—21 annotation I wonder whether really: is there much abortion ?
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation 16 on highness & lowness

line 28 underline "Tree-Fern"
line 29 underline "Lemna ... Zostera"
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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation 16 on highness & lowness

[continues overleaf] 1 underline "grade ... in"

lines 7—4 underline "whilst ... thoracic"
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line 16 underline "single individual"

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lines 26—32 score
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 96. top — special from th general in development

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line 19 underline "regarded ... general"
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