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Untitled ABOUT THE SIZE OF A VERY SMALL PIN'S HEAD 65 Photo: J. J. Ward, F.E.S. A COMMON FORAMINIFER (POLYSTOMELLA) SHOWING THE SHELL IN THE CENTRE AND THE OUTFLOWING NETWORK OF LIVING MATTER, ALONG WHICH GRANULES ARE CONTINUALLY TRAVELLING, AND BY WHICH FOOD PARTICLES ARE ENTANGLED AND DRAWN IN 65 Reproduced by permission of the Natural History Museum (after Max Schultze). A PLANT-LIKE ANIMAL, OR ZOOPHYTE, CALLED OBELIA 68 Photo: J. J. Ward, F.E.S. TRYPANOSOMA GAMBIENSE 69 Reproduced by permission of _The Quart. Journ. Mic. Sci._ VOLVOX 69 PROTEROSPONGIA 69 GREEN HYDRA 72 Photo: J. J. Ward, F.E.S. DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATING THE BEGINNING OF INDIVIDUAL LIFE 72 EARTHWORM 72 Photo: J. J. Ward, F.E.S. GLASS MODEL OF A SEA-ANEMONE 72 Reproduced from the Smithsonian Report, 1917. THIS DRAWING SHOWS THE EVOLUTION OF THE BRAIN FROM FISH TO
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Unformatted text preview: MAN 73 OKAPI AND GIRAFFE (_Coloured Illustration_) 74 DIAGRAM OF A SIMPLE REFLEX ARC IN A BACKBONELESS ANIMAL LIKE AN EARTHWORM 76 THE YUCCA MOTH 76 Photo: British Museum (Natural History). INCLINED PLANE OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR 76 VENUS' FLY-TRAP 77 Photo: J. J. Ward, F.E.S. A SPIDER SUNNING HER EGGS 77 Reproduced by permission from _The Wonders of Instinct_ by J. H. Fabre. THE HOATZIN INHABITS BRITISH GUIANA 82 PERIPATUS 83 Photograph, from the British Museum (Natural History), of a drawing by Mr. E. Wilson. ROCK KANGAROO CARRYING ITS YOUNG IN A POUCH 83 Photo: W. S. Berridge, F.Z.S. PROFESSOR THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY (1825-95) 86 Photo: Rischgitz. BARON CUVIER, 1769-1832 86 AN ILLUSTRATION SHOWING VARIOUS METHODS OF FLYING AND SWOOPING 87 Page 6...
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2009 for the course MATH 205 taught by Professor Popescu,c during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.

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