On the anatomy of vertebrates. v.3, 1868, Volume 3

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Longmans, Green, 1868
 

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Contents

Muscles of Carnivora
49
Muscles of Quadrumana
52
Muscles of Bimana
54
Locomotion of Mammals
63
A Swimming
65
B Moving on Land
66
CHAPTER XXVIII
73
Encephalon its primary divisions
79
Macromyelon
81
Cerebellum
88
Mesencephalon
97
Prosencephalon
99
A Lyencephala
102
B Lissencephala
108
Gyrencephala
114
Archencephala
127
Size of Brain
143
Membranes of Brain
145
SECTION PAGE
146
Sympathetic System
181
Organ of Taste
190
Organ of Smell
204
Organ of Hearing
219
Alimentary Canal of Bruta
232
Alimentary Canal of Cetacea
233
Alimentary Canal of Sirenia
234
Alimentary Canal of Proboscidia
235
Alimentary Canal of Perissodactyla
236
Alimentary Canal of Artiodactyla
237
Organ of Sight
246
CHAPTER XXIX
265
Teeth of Monophyodonts
271
Teeth of nonungulate Diphyodonts
283
In Carnivora
318
In Quadrumana
319
In Bimana
320
Adipose Substances
321
Teeth of Ungulate Diphyodonts
340
Homologies of Teeth
366
Liver of Mammals 239 Pancreas of Mammals
367
CHAPTER XXX
383
Salivary Glands
396
Alimentary Canal of Lyencephala
411
Alimentary Canal of Rodentia
420
Alimentary Canal of Insectivora
427
Alimentary Canal of Bimana
434
Alimentary Canal of Carnivora
442
PAGE 446
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780
494
ABSORBENT SYSTEM OF MAMMALIA 241 Lacteals
504
Lyraphatics 243 Absorbent ganglions
505
Disposition of Lymphatics 245 Mammalian modifications 504 506 508
508
CIRCULATING SYSTEM OF MAMMALIA 246 Blood of Mammals 247 Heart of Mammals A Lyencephala B Lissencephala C Cetacea D Sironia E ...
513
516
546
781
559
SECTION PAGE 256 A Kidneys
604
B Urinary Bladder and Urethra
609
CHAPTER XXXV
610
Epiderm and rete mucosum
613
Callosities
616
Spines
621

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