Form and Function A Contribution to the History of Animal Morphology

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2007
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   I.             The Beginnings of Comparative Anatomy

   II.  Comparative Anatomy before Cuvier

   III.            Cuvier

   IV.            Goethe

   V.             Etienne Geoffroy St Hilaire

   VI.            The Followers of Etienne Geoffroy St Hilaire

   VII.          The German Transcendentalists

   VIII.         Transcendental Anatomy in England—Richard Oven

   IX.          Karl Ernst von Baer

   X.           The Embryological Criterion

   XI.          The Cell-Theory

   XII.        The Close of the Pre-evolutionary Period

   XIII.       The Relation of Lamarck and Darwin to Morphology

   XIV.       Ernst Haeckel and Carl Gegenbaur

   XV.        Early Theories on the Origin of Vertebrates

   XVI.       The Germ-layers and Evolution

   XVII.     The Organism as an Historical Being

   XVIII.    The Beginnings of Causal Morphology

   XIX.       Samuel Butler and the Memory Theories of Heredity

   XX.        The Classical Tradition in Modern Morphology

    Index