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Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the Invertebrate Animals

  title={Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the Invertebrate Animals},
  author={MEDICO-CEEIRUEGICAL Reyiew},
  journal={The British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review},
  pages={1 - 27}
1. Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy ana Physiology of the Invertebrate Animals. Delivered at the .h,oyai College 01 ourgeons. 15y Richard Owen, F.R.S., Huntenan Professor to the College. becond Edition. Illustrated by numerous Woodcuts.?London, 1855. 8vo. pp. 689. 2. General Outline of the Organization of the Animal Kingdom, and Manual of Comparative Anatomy. By Thomas Rymer J ones, F.R.S., Professor of Comparative Anatomy in King's College, London, &c. Second Edition. Illustrated by Four… 
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