Morphology of Invertebrate Types

@article{PetrunkevitchMorphologyOI,
  title={Morphology of Invertebrate Types},
  author={A. Petrunkevitch},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={99},
  pages={63-63}
}
THIS volume is divided into twenty-eight chapters, each dealing with one type. Each chapter consists of a description of the systems of organs of a type and a series of instructions to be followed in the examination of the animal. Much importance is rightly attached to the drawings which the student is di§ected to make, and to do away with any tendency to copy the figures included in the book these are either diagrammatic or represent some related type. This latter device has here and there its… Expand
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