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" ... of Simian brains, this hiatus does not lie between Man and the man-like apes, but between the lower and the lowest Simians; or, in other words, between the old and new world apes and monkeys, and the Lemurs. Every Lemur which has yet been examined,... "
The Brain as an Organ of Mind - Page 289
by H. Charlton Bastian - 1880 - 708 lehte
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The Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man

Sir Charles Lyell - 1863 - 528 lehte
...subject, have thus been briefly stated by Professor Huxley: — ' Every lemur which has yet been examined has its cerebellum partially visible from above, and...the contrary, has its cerebellum entirely hidden, and possesses a large posterior cornu, with a well-developed hippocampus minor. 'In many of these creatures,...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 117. köide

1863
...anatomists present at the meeting, and forms an amusing commentary on the statement of Professor Huxley: — 'Every marmoset, American monkey, Old' world monkey,...its ' cerebellum entirely hidden posteriorly by the cerebral lobes, and ' possesses a large posterior cornu, with a well-developed hippo' campus minor'...
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Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1863 - 184 lehte
...old and new world apes and monkeys, and the Lemurs. Every Lemur which has yet been examined, in fact, has its cerebellum partially visible from above, and...posterior lobe, with the contained posterior cornu ajid hippocampus minor, more Or less rudimentary. Every Marmoset, American monkey, old world monkey,...
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Macmillan's Magazine, 13. köide

1866
...new-world apes and " monkeys, and the lemurs. Every " lemur which has yet been examined, " in fact, has its cerebellum partially " visible from above,...less rudimentary. Every marmoset, " American monkey, baboon, or man" like ape, on the contrary, has its cere" bellum entirely hidden, posteriorly, by "...
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Macmillan's Magazine, 13. köide

1866
...new-world apes and " monkeys, and the lemurs. Every " lemur which has yet been examined, " in fact, has its cerebellum partially " visible from above,...less rudimentary. Every marmoset, « American monkey, baboon, or man" like ape, on the contrary, has its cere" bellum entirely hidden, posteriorly, by "...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 3. köide;66. köide

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1866
...old and newworld apes and monkeys, and the lemurs. Every lemur which has yet been examined, in fact, has its cerebellum partially visible from above, and...less rudimentary. Every marmoset, American monkey, baboon, or man-like ape, on the contrary, has its cerebellum entirely hidden, posteriorly, by the cerebral...
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Macmillan's Magazine, 13. köide

1866
...new-world apes and " monkeys, and the lemurs. Every " lemur which has yet been examined, " in fact, has its cerebellum partially " visible from above,...minor, more " or less rudimentary. Every marmoset, 41 American monkey, baboon, or man" like ape, on the contrary, has its cere" helium entirely hidden,...
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Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1873 - 184 lehte
...old and new world apes and monkeys, and the Lemurs. Every Lemur which has yet been examined, in fact, has its cerebellum partially visible from above, and...its cerebellum entirely hidden, posteriorly, by the cerebral lobes, and possesses a large posterior cornu, with a well developed hippocampus minor. sothrix),...
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evidence as to man's place in nature

thomas h huxley - 1873
...and new world apes and monkeys, and -the Lemurs. Every Lemur which has yet been examined, in fact, has its cerebellum partially visible from above, and...its cerebellum entirely hidden, posteriorly, by the cerebral lobes, and possesses a large posterior cornu, with a well developed hippocampus minor. In...
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The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - 1874 - 688 lehte
...and New World apes and monkeys and ' the Lemurs. Every Lemur which has yet been examined, in fact, has its cerebellum partially visible from above ; and its posterior lobe, ' with tho contained posterior coruu and hippocampus minor, more or ' less rudimentary. Every marmoset, American...
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