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" In the deer the cells are so numerous as to occupy the whole of the body of the hair, and so irregular that no particular place of subdivision can be traced ;" and his figure quite corresponds with this, the cells being there shown as amorphous ; but... "
Animal Products: Their Preparation, Commercial Uses, and Value - Page 184
by Peter Lund Simmonds - 1877 - 416 pages
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 7

Science - 1858
...centre figure a transverse section of this ; and the middle centre a longitudinal section. Fig. 4. Dr Inman says :* " In the deer the cells are so numerous...are truly polygonal — for the most part hexagonal, and there are very distinct septa and lines of separation. In fact, as Dr Grcville pointed out to me,...
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Proceedings. [Imperf. With] Index, vol.i to lxii

Literary and philosophical society of Liverpool - 1851
...they are still rectangular, but arranged in many rows, and occasionally uniting. In the deer, they are so numerous as to occupy the whole of the body...irregular that no particular place of subdivision can 13 90 be traced. They commence at a small distance from the bulb. In the shrew, mole, aud others, the...
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Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh: 1854/1858, Volume 1

Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - Natural history - 1858
...transverse section of this ; and the middle centre a1 longitudinal section. * Loc. cit., p. 242. Fig. 4. Dr Inman says :* " In the deer the cells are so numerous...are truly polygonal — for the most part hexagonal, and there are very distinct septa and lines of separation. In fact, as Dr Greville pointed out to me,...
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Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, Volume 1

Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - Natural history - 1858
...transverse section of this ; and the middle centre a longitudinal section. Proceedings of the Fig. 4. Dr Inman says :* " In the deer the cells are so numerous...are truly polygonal — for the most part hexagonal, and there are very distinct septa and lines of separation. In fact, as Dr Greville pointed out to me,...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal

Science - 1858
...figure a transverse section of this ; and the middle centre a longitudinal section. Fig. 4. Dr ] nn i an says :* "In the deer the cells are so numerous as...are truly polygonal — for the most part hexagonal, and there are very distinct septa and lines of separation. In fact, as Dr Greville pointed out to me,...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 7

Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry Darwin Rogers - Science - 1858
...centre figure a transverse section of this ; and the middle centre a longitudinal sefction. Fig. 4. Dr Inman says :* " In the deer the cells are so numerous...be seen from the above figure that they are truly polygonal—for the most part hexagonal, and there are very distinct septa and lines of separation....
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Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, Volume 1

Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - Natural history - 1858
...transverse section of this ; and the middle centre a longitudinal section. * Loc. cit., p. 242. Fig. 4. Dr Inman says :* " In the deer the cells are so numerous as to occupy the whole of the hody of the hair, and so irregular that no particular place of subdivision can be traced ;" and his...
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