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These motions or configurations of the organs of sense differ from the sensorial
motions to be described hereafter, as they appear to be simply contračtions of the
fibrous extremities of those organs, and in that respect exactly resemble the ...
Arc. Nat, V. I. 70. Hence it appears, that as the muscles consist of larger fibres
intermixed with a smaller quantity of nervous medulla, the organ of vision
consists of a greater quantity of nervous medulla intermixed with smaller fibres.
look steadfastly for a minute on the centre of this spot, and, on moving the eye a
little, the figure of the tadpole will be seen on the white part of the paper; which
figure of the tadpole will appear more luminous than the other part of the white ...
But these circular irises of colours are not only different from the colours of the
filks above mentioned, but are at the same time perpetually changing as long as
they exist. From | From all these experiments it appears, that these spectra.
Erasmus Darwin. | From all these experiments it appears, that these spectra in.
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Written by the grandfather of Charles Darwin, this book is a masterful treatise on the medical disorders and how to treat them. Primarily of interest to people who are interested in the period ... Read full review