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Bastian writes: 'My own observations have led me to believe that organisms of such comparatively complicated structure as ciliated infusoria are frequently produced, in various ways, by processes of heterogenesis.' He presents details of his observations.

Annotations in ink throughout. Includes table of contents.

Subject: Zoology

Received 14 February 1905. Read 16 March 1905.

A version of this paper was published in volume 76 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society B as 'On the occurrence of certain ciliated Infusoria within the eggs of a Rotifer, considered from the point of view of heterogenesis'.

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AP/76/7
Earliest possible date
1905
Physical description
Ink on paper
Page extent
28 pages
Format
Typescript

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Henry Charlton Bastian

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Henry Charlton Bastian, Unpublished paper, 'On the heterogenetic origin of certain ciliated infusoria from the eggs of a rotifer' by H [Henry] Charlton Bastian, 1905, AP/76/7, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/ap_76_7/unpublished-paper-on-the-heterogenetic-origin-of-certain-ciliated-infusoria-from-the-eggs-of-a-rotifer-by-h-henry-charlton-bastian, accessed on 20 June 2024

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