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Title: Comparative anatomy of vertebrates

Identifier: comparativeanato00wied

Year: 1907 (1900s)

Authors: Wiedersheim, Robert, 1848-1923; Parker, W. N. (William Newton), d. 1923

Subjects: Anatomy, Comparative; Vertebrates

Publisher: London, Macmillan and co. , limited

Contributing Library: MBLWHOI Library

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URINARY ORGANS 461 ftt penetrated by deep furrows and clefts into which the veins extend ; posteriorly they may fuse together in the middle line, as in Lizards. There is not always a perfect symmetry between the organ of either side, and this is most marked in Snakes, in which the greatly tabulated kidneys, like those of limbless Lizards, are elongated, narrow, and band-like, in correspondence with the form of the body. A urinary bladder, arising from the ventral wall of the cloaca, is present in most Lizards and Chelonians ; it is more or less bilobed. A bladder is wanting in Snakes, Crocodiles, and Birds, as well as in Monitors and Amphisbsenians amongst Lizards. It is derived in part from the stalk of the allantois and in part from the cloacal (cf. p. 440). Mammals.—The definitive kidneys of Mammals 2 are propor- tionately small, and lie on the quadratus lumborum muscle and ribs. They usually possess a convex outer, and a concave inner border; the latter is called the hilum, and at this point the ureters arise and the blood-vessels enter. The ex- panded proximal portion of the ureter is divided up to form one or more calyces into which small papilliform processes of the pyramids project (Fig. 347); on the summits of these the urinary tubules open in varying number. The calyces are continuous with a large cavity in the widened portion of the ureter called the pelvis. and from this the ureter (metanephric @a caiyces; M, duct) passes freely backwards for some distance to open into the bladder on its dorsal side, sometimes nearer the apex, sometimes towards the fundus. The bladder communicates with the urinogenital canal or urethra (cf. under Genital organs). The kidney is greatly tabulated in the embryo ; this condition may remain throughout life (e.g. in Cetacea, Pinnipedia, Probos- cidea, and certain Ungulates, Carnivores, and Primates, cf. Fig. 348), or the lobes may become more or less completely united. In the latter case the original division into lobes may still be recog- nised to a greater or less extent internally. A section of the 1 The urinary bladder is said to be represented in embryo Birds by an enlargement of the stalk of the allantois, and in Crocodiles by a ventral outgrowth from the cloaca. 2 In the embryonic mesonephros, nephrostomes occur only in Echidna.

 

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:G. 347.—DIAGRAMMATIC LONGI- TUDINAL SECTION THROUGH THE KIDNEY OF A MAMMAL. , medullary substance arranged in pyramids (Pr) ; between the latter the cortical substance extends in the form of the columns of Bertini (B, B] ; R, R, cortical substance; Pe, pelvis; Ur, ureter.

  

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Title: Biology of the seas of the U.S.S.R

Identifier: biologyofseasofu00zenk

Year: 1963 (1960s)

Authors: Zenkevich, L. A. (Lev Aleksandrovich), 1889-1970

Subjects: Marine biology -- Soviet Union; Hydrology -- Soviet Union

Publisher: New York, Interscience Publishers

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780 BIOLOGY OF THE SEAS OF THE U.S.S.R. Characteristically, mackerel feeds intensively during the period of its spawning migration. After spawning, mackerel concentrates in the northern part of the Sea in large numbers for feeding. It feeds mostly on large copepods {Calanus tonsus, C. finmarchicus) and euphausiids (Thysanoessa raschii and 77?. sp.) and, as a predator, consumes also fish fry. The study of the feeding habits of flatfish (Pleuronectidae family) of the Far Eastern Seas (N. Gordeev, 1954; L. Mikulich, 1954) has shown that halibut {Hippoglossus hippoglossus stenolepis, Reinhardtius hippoglossoides matsurae, Atherestes evermanni) lives mostly on fish. Seventy-two per cent of the diet of the first-named consists of fish (pollack, sand-eel and others). The

 

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Fig. 385. Food correlation of plaice in the area of the southeastern coast of Sakhalin (Mikulich, 1954). Thick lines—strong food correlations; thin lines— average, broken lines—weak food correlations. 1 Limanda aspera; 2 Platessa quadrituberculata; 3 Pleuronectes stellatus; 4 Limanda punctatissima probos- cidea; 5 L. p. punctatissima; 6 Glyptocephalus stelleri; 7 Pseudopleuronectes yokohamae; 8 Acanthopsetta nadeshnyi; 9 Hippoglossoides elassodon dubius; 10 Atheresthes evermanni; 11 Hippoglossus hippoglossus stenolepis. second place in its diet is occupied by large crustaceans (crabs, hermit crabs, amphipods, prawns) and large molluscs (Seripes groenlandicus and cephalo- pods). The majority of the Pacific Ocean flatfish, in contrast to halibut, are bentho- pages (worms, polychaetes, molluscs, sometimes bottom-living crustaceans and echinoderms). The diet of some flatfish is mixed, both fish and pelagic crustaceans forming at times a considerable part of it (Figs. 385 and 386). Stomach repletion indices of halibut and flatfish are 150 to 200, rising some- times to 300 or even 600. The nature of the food of the Far Eastern Pleuro- nectidae, both halibut and flat flounder, is very similar to that of those in the Atlantic. Owing to the peculiar temperature conditions of the surface water and the narrowness of the shelf zone, the migrations of Pleuronectidae in the Sea of Japan have a destructive character, similar to that of cod and Kamchatka crab (Fig. 387). In summer they feed intensively in the off-shore areas which

  

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NICARAGUA - JANUARY 2006. This coastal resident of Nicaragua gathers cockles in a permanent “no-take” zone as part of an effort to monitor the health of shellfish populations which her community depends on for food and income. USAID supported the establishment of these zones within important ecological reserves of the Aserradores, Padre ramos, and Puerto morazan estuaries of Nicaragua. Photo by Nelvia del Socorro Hernandez, Cidea-UCA

 

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NICARAGUA - JANUARY 2006. This coastal resident of Nicaragua gathers cockles in a permanent “no-take” zone as part of an effort to monitor the health of shellfish populations which her community depends on for food and income. USAID supported the establishment of these zones within important ecological reserves of the Aserradores, Padre ramos, and Puerto morazan estuaries of Nicaragua. Photo by Nelvia del Socorro Hernandez, Cidea-UCA

 

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Title: Einleitung in die Konchyliologie; oder grundzüge der naturgeschichte der Weichthiere

Identifier: einleitungindiek00john

Year: 1853 (1850s)

Authors: Johnston, George, 1797-1855

Subjects: Mollusks

Publisher: Stuttg. , J. B. Müller's Verlagshandlung

Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries

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538 Konchyliologische Terminologie. Kopflose Weichthiere. bilden nicht die ganze Unterseite des Schnabels, und es gibt anhängende Brachio- poden-Schaalen, wo der sehr verlängerte Schnabel keine Spur davon zeigt, Fig. 89. Bei Terebraiula kommt ausserdem noch an jeder Seite jener zwei Stücke eine mehr und weniger ausgedehnte Fläche vor, welche dem Schnabel von Crania und The- cidea entspricht; diese Fläche, welche v. Buch Area nennt, ist äusserlich gewöhn- lich von einer Kante umschrieben und noch durch ihre Zuwachsstreifung bezeichnet. Bei Lingula sind die Klappen gleich; bei Crania und Orhlcula ist die uapfförmige Bauchklappe grösser als die Rückenklappe; bei der Mehrzahl der Bracliiopoden aber ist die Bauchklappe die kleinere. Sie ist nicht allein kleiner, sondern ihr Wirbel ist auch nicht durchbohrt, und oft ist sie so gebogen, dass er sich unter dem Schloss-Rande der Rücken-Klappe verbirgt; so ist es bei den mei- sten Terebrateln, bei Productus und Thecidea. Zuweilen ist er gerade, wie bei Lint/ula; zuweilen zurückgekrümmt, wie bei einigen Terebrateln; und bei Crania und Orbicula ist der Wirbel der Bauchklappe mehr und weniger erhaben und fast mittelständig. Den bewundernswerthesten Theil aber, der mit F«g. 90. i. ist. stellt das scliaalige Gerüste dar, welches Des- hayes appareil apophysaire und Owen das innere Skelett genannt haben, und das bestimmt ist, die fransigen Arme des Thieres zu unterstützen und die Sciiaale offen zu halten oder wenigstens zu deren Üflnuiig mitzuwirken (Fig. 90.), da bei den Bracliio- poden kein Schlossknorpel zu diesem Zwecke vorhanden ist. Die Sippen Lingula und Orbicula haben keine Spur von diesem Gerüste, einige Cranien nur Anfänge davon, und so geht es dann durch verschiedene Entwickelungs-Stufen hindurch, bis es bei lerebratula, Productus und Thecidea eine sehr verwickelte Zusam- mensetzung erlangt. Der Werth dieser Abänderungen ist für den Syste.ratiker nicht gross, indem sie ihm nicht helfen können, die Schaalen in natürliche Familien oder auch nur Genera zu sondern[?]. Bc\Productus \\m\ Terebratula gibt es Arten, bei welchen dieses Gerüste wohl entwickelt und spiral gewunden ist, und andere wo es sich auf einzeln mehr und weniger vorstehende Leistchen beschränkt. In ge- wissen Cranien verkümmert, bleibt das Gerüste bei den meisten Terebrateln sehr ein- fach und wird in anderen mehr zusammengesetzt. Vom Schloss-Kande springen zwei kleine auseinander-ragende Knöchelchen vor, die sich an ihren Enden gabeln; der untere Ast setzt wagerecht fort, erreicht den der entgegengesetzten Seite und bil- det dann, in einer gewissen Anzahl von Arten, einen Hauptbogen; der andere Ast reicht mehr und weniger in den Mittelpunkt der Klappe hinein und ist entweder einlach oder auf sich selbst zurückgekrümmt, so dass er gleichlaufend über dem vorigen liegt. Beim fossilen Geschlechtc.S/>/r</er vonSowerby ist die Gabel, welche denllauptbogen bildet, in eine kegelförmige Rolle gewunden. Fig. 90 gibt eine gute Vorstellung des Schaalen-Gerüstes in seiner vollsten Kntwickelung. An der Innern Seite; der Klappen verschu'dener Jkachiopoden-Sippen sieht man in der Mitte eine merkliche Verdickung oder Erhöhung. In der dflnnschaali-

 

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We've discovered this awesome ngo working with street kids in Sao Paulo, Brazil... and the work is being run by a guy with as much talent for the camera as devotion to the kids.

 

This first shot of his i discovered inspired instant layout work and the start of a correspondence with Gregory from CARF that i am determined to transform into a dynamic partnership to bring more aid to the kids.

Title: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Identifier: annalsofnewyo22191213newy

Year: 1877 (1870s)

Authors: New York Academy of Sciences

Subjects: Science

Publisher: New York, New York Academy of Sciences

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282 ANNALS NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES the resistance to be overcome.39 The end result, as it were, determines the rate of contraction of the coordinated muscles. The effective regu- lation and correlation of muscular action is obviously an extremely com- plex function of the peripheral and central nervous systems. The force and speed of contraction of a given set of muscles in a living animal at a given moment are determined not only by many mechanical factors, of which a few have been mentioned above, but also by the whole psychic constitution of the animal and by the psychic effectiveness of the ex- citing "motive."

 

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Fig. 4.—"GraviportaV adaptations for the walk and amble in the Mastodon Application of the Fobegoing Pkinciples to the Study of the Limbs of Ungulates functional significance of the angulation of the limbs As noted above (p. 269), the straightness of the limbs in the Probos- cidea and similar heavy-bodied animals was interpreted by Osborn in 1900 as "an adaptation designed to transmit the increasing weight through a vertical shaft." While this is no doubt an incidental advan- tage of the straightness of the limbs, it is probably not the chief teleo- logical "object." From a consideration of the mechanical principles governing the use of the limbs as compound levers (see'pp. 278-281) and J. Bukdon Sanderson, in Schafer's Text Book of Physiology, Vol. 2. p. 363. 1900.

  

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This then is a quick one-off to see if polishing this concept/visual impulse merits further exploration or not.

 

I love this kid: his brave face, his honest anger and love, playful and edgy. I pray he wins. Let's get his message,.. let him LEAD for a while.

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This is often how it goes for me: i need to first give myself permission to just lay it out and rev it up with whatever's emotionally driving me at first. This is that one. And then, after I've gotten the rant down, the edge off, understood what's eat'n at me and longing to get OUT, seen, felt, known.... THEN i can consider whether there's anything worth refining, and further, whether even the best attempt to refine actually lifts or just kills the muse of real message.

Title: Bulletin de la Societe Belge de Geologie, de Paleontologie et d'Hydrologie

Identifier: bulletindelasoci3188soci

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Authors: Société belge de géologie de paléontologie et d'hydrologie

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Publisher: Bruxelles

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DU CRÃTACà FIGURÃS PAR D'ORBIGNY 3(>9 o.oo5 millimètre; on se demande si dans les espèces des autres genres cet accord se maintient comme dans les deux derniers; ce n'est guère le cas. Pour le genre Crisia j'ai mesuré 9 espèces, dont les limites extrê- mes sont 0.007 et 0.014 millimètre, le premier chiffre s'appliquant à Crisia eburnea L., le dernier à Crisia punctata d'Orb. Dans l'intérieur des cavités intersquelettiques de Microporella MalusiiAud.on remarque des processus épineux qui leur donnent un aspect stelliforme; ce sont des prolongements des cellules en rapport avec la partie squelettique. De petits denticules sont signalés par Busk (1) chez Heteropora clavata. Waters (2) les figura chez Liche- nopora radiata Aud., où ils ont des terminaisons globuleuses. Nicholson (3) les trouva chez Heteropora pelliculata, Wat. (H. Neoçe- lanica Busk.), où Waters (4) a rencontré également des terminaisons globuleuses. Le même observateur les observa chez Densipora corru- gata, M'Gill. et d'autres espèces, et les a retrouvés (5) encore sur la surface externe de Lichenopora ciliata Busk., où ils naissent des zoécies et des cancelli intermédiaires.

 

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Fig. 1. Coupe longitudinale d'une partie de la paroi interne d'Entalopkora probos- cidea, Edw. i25o diam. c. i. cavité intersquelettique, à , denticules, pr. prolonge- ments. J'ai rencontré à l'intérieur à 'Entalophora proboscidea Edw. (fig. 1) de petits denticules, souvent portés sur un prolongement cylindrique (1) Crag Poly\oa. 185g, p. 122. (2) Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. (5) vol. III, p. 276, pl. 24, fig. t. 1879 (3) On the minute structure of récent Heteropora, p 8 1880. (4) Quart. J. Geol. Soc. t. XL, p. 678. 1884. (5) Ann, Mag, Nat. Hist. (3) t. XX, p. î63, pl. 7, fig. 5, 1889.

  

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breaking free: 3/3

a bit more "in your face" from the angle to DROP all the defense that one normally has to put up to mass-communication. so what i'm reaching for here is the idea to "name the game" (refer to the present moment speaking with directness to the state of the reader/viewer)..... that this communication is NOT something to:

-laugh off

-hide your wallet in suspicious self-defense

-second guess what the comm is about

....but rather to remind you that you are free and to say that we want to support you in that freedom.

breaking free: 1/3

this whole thing about that fact that this is NOT some rehearsal for some later moment when one's REAL life will start. I so want people got get charged with an inspiring kind of empowering kind of.... URGENCY when they catch the fresh feel or EquiLife's communication approach.

  

when do words help and when do they take away?

 

ultimos dias disfrutando del paisaje y calor en este lugar.

Donde los maestros guardaban sus pertenencias.

If i ever take this one further i'm going to either re-do or add one more yellow warning sign with black incon of..... (fill in the blank here with whatever you feel ironically captures a main danger to human survival nowadays)....

- tv set

- credit card

- war

- pollution

....etc.

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