About some General Laws of Animal Life

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                                often are called out by the exterior conditions. So for example in the Annutata progressiv movement. WIth the anteriore part of body and constant exitation of this part by the exterior factors determine the joints of [text?] in the anterior part of body and confluence of several ganglia of the abdominal nervous chain in one underoesophogal ganglion. Constant excitation of vein by light [text?] then the appearance of the eyes, and excitation of the head's nervous the larger development of the upper-aesophogal ganglion. After all these and principally the presence of the mouth and seizing apparatus in aesophagus determines the stronger stream of blood and stronger development of circulatory systems. The more wide pulsating
                            
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Author
Nicholas Wagner
Reference
AP/60/19
Series
AP
Date
1879
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About some General Laws of Animal Life, 1879. From The Royal Society, AP/60/19

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