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" ... matter. These invisible animalcules may be compared, in the great organic world, to the minute capillaries in the microcosm of the animal body ; receiving organic matter in its state of minutest subdivision, and when in full career to escape from... "
The microscope; its history, construction, and application - Page 152
1854
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 35

Science - 1843
...plants must derive most important assistance from the Polygastric Infusoria. These invisible animalcules may be compared, in the great organic world, to the...towards the central and highest point of that system. SCIENTIFIC INTELLIGENCE. METEOROLOGY. 1 . Continued Daylight within the Arctic Circle — Nothing made...
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Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the ..., Volume 1

Richard Owen - Anatomy, Comparative - 1843 - 1 pages
...plants must derive most important assistance from the Polygastric Infusoria. These invisible animalcules may be compared, in the great organic world, to the...system, and turning it back by a new route towards the highest point of that system. LECTURE III. ROTIFERA. THE animal kingdom may be likened to a cone, the...
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Southern Quarterly Review, Volume 8

Daniel Kimball Whitaker, Milton Clapp, William Gilmore Simms, James Henley Thornwell - 1845
...plants must derive most important assistance from the Polygastric Infusoria. These invisible animalcules may be compared, in the great organic world, to the...system, and turning it back by a new route towards the highest point of that system.'" A silicious clay, twenty feet thick, underlies the city of Richmond,...
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Sketches of Geology

Caroline Frances Cornwallis - Geology, Stratigraphic - 1848 - 118 pages
...by a short route from the extremity of the realms of organized matter. These invisible animalcules may be compared in the great organic world to the...animal body, receiving organic matter in its state of the minutest subdivision, and when in full career to escape from the organic system ; and turning it...
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Chambers's Papers for the People, Volume 6

William Chambers - 1850
...by a short route from the extremity of the realms of organized matter. These invisible animalcules may be compared in the great organic world to the...towards the central and highest point of that system.' Dr Young wrote, ' How populous, how vital is the grave ! ' The microscope tells us how populous and...
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Chambers's papers for the people

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1850
...by a short route from the extremity of the realms of organized matter. These invisible animalcules may be compared in the great organic world to the...towards the central and highest point of that system.' Dr Young wrote, ' How populous, how vital is the grave ! ' The microscope tells us how populous and...
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Lectures on the comparative anatomy and physiology of the invertebrate animals

Richard Owen - 1855 - 689 pages
...plants must derive most important assistance from the polygastric Infusoria. These invisible animalcules may be compared, in the great organic world, to the...full career to escape from the organic system, and returning it by new channels towards the central and highest point of that system. Like true beneficence,...
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The Microscope

Jabez Hogg - 1856 - 457 pages
...by a short route, from the extremity of the realms of organised matter. These invisible animalcules may be compared, in the great organic world, to the...in full career to escape from the organic system, turning it back, by a new route, towards the central and highest point of that system." Snch, then,...
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The Microscope

Jabez Hogg - Microscopes - 1858 - 607 pages
...by a short route, from the extremity of the realms of organised matter. These invisible animalcules may be compared, in the great organic world, to the...in full career to escape from the organic system, turning it back, by a new route, towards the central and highest point of that system." Such, then,...
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Household Words: A Weekly Journal, Volumes 17-18

Charles Dickens - 1858
...innumerable throngs of minutest creatures '. It has been ably answered, that these invisible animalcules may be compared, in the great organic world, to the...in full career to escape from the organic system, turning it back, by a new route, towards the central and highest point of that system, Animalcules...
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