Structure and classification of zoophytes.

  • 132 Pages
  • 3.63 MB
  • English
Lea and Blanchard , Philadelphia
Coelenterata -- Anatomy., Zoology -- Classifica
StatementBy James D. Dana.
ContributionsUnited States Exploring Expedition,
The Physical Object
Pagination[7]-132 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16013985M

An atlas of 61 folio plates accompany v. 7, Zoophytes. AU - Dana, James Dwight, AU - Wilkes, Charles, AU - United States Exploring Expedition KW - Anatomy KW - Classification KW - Cnidaria KW - Ctenophora KW - Zoology ER - TY - BOOK TI - Structure and classification of zoophytes.

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Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard, Atlas published: Lea & Blanchard, Vol. 1: x pages, 1 unnumbered page, pages ; v. 2: 12 pages, 61 leaves of plates. Includes press figures. Description. Zoophytes are frequently seen as medieval attempts to explain the origins of exotic, unknown plants with strange properties (such as cotton, in the case of the Tartar Lamb).

[3] Reports of zoophytes continued into the seventeenth century and were commented on by many influential thinkers of the time period, including Francis Bacon. [2]. To the physiologist, sponges, jellyfish, corals and various invertebrate animals, such as a sea anemone or sponge, that attach to surfaces and superficially resemble plants, and the like presented the simplest independent structures compatible with the existence of animal life, enabling him to examine some of its phenomena in isolation from the greater complexity that higher anatomies entail.

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