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" Centipede be cut off, whilst it is in motion, the body will continue to move onwards by the action of the legs; and the same will take place in the separate parts, if the body be divided into several distinct... "
The Brain as an Organ of Mind - Page 159
by H. Charlton Bastian - 1880 - 708 lehte
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Popular cyclopaedia of natural science (by W.B. Carpenter).

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1843
...and Insects, we shall pause to dwell upon them here in more detail. 443. If the head of a Centipetle be cut off, whilst it is in motion, the body will continue to move onwards by the action of the legs ; and the samo will take place if the body be divided into several distinct portions. After...
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Elements of physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1851 - 598 lehte
...for the study of the reflex actions ; some of the principal phenomena of which will now be described. If the head of a Centipede be cut off, whilst it is...After these actions have come to an end, they may be excited again, by irritating any part of the nervous centres, or the cut extremity of the nervous...
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Principles of Comparative Physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1854 - 752 lehte
...from the head, set in motion its long¡irms, and impress their hooks on the fingers which hold it. — If the head of a Centipede be cut off, whilst it is...body will continue to move onwards by the action of the legs ; and the same will take place in the separate parts, if the body be divided into several...
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Principles of comparative physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1854 - 752 lehte
...Centipede be cut off, whilst it is in motion, the body will continue to move onwards by the action of the legs; and the same will take place in the separate...parts, if the body be divided into several distinct portionsAfter these actions have come to an end, they may be excited again, by irritating any part...
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Animal Physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1859 - 604 lehte
...to dwell upon them here in more detail. 443. If the head of a Centipede be cut off whilst the animal is in motion, the body will continue to move onwards by the action of the legs ; and the same will take place if the body be divided into several distinct portions. After...
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The Cornhill Magazine, 5. köide

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1862
...through a small group of cells, the latter looks something like a knot tied in it. be cut off while it is in motion, the body will continue to move onwards by the action of the legs ; and the same will take place in the separate parts, if the body be divided into several...
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Humanics

Thomas Wharton Collins - 1860 - 358 lehte
...receive or of the actions which they perform." 2. " If the head of a Centipede," says Carpenter, " be cut off whilst it is in motion, the body will continue to move onward by the regular and successive action of the legs as in the natural state ; but its movements...
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Human Physiology, Statical and Dynamical, Or, The Conditions and Course of ...

John William Draper - 1865 - 649 lehte
...centipede be cut off while it is in motion, the body will continue to move onward by the action of the legs, and the same will take place in the separate...After these actions have come to an end, they may be excited again by irritating any part of the nervous centres, or the cut extremity of the nervous...
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The Southern Review, 1. köide

Albert Taylor Bledsoe, Sophia M'Ilvaine Bledsoe Herrick - 1867
...centipede be cut off while it is in motion, the body will continue to move onward by the action of the legs, and the same will take place in the separate...portions. After these actions have come to an end they may be excited again by irritating any part of the nervous centres, or the cut extremity of the nervous...
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The Oxford Spectator

1869 - 183 lehte
...Kjpe <§*f0rtr Mo. Vin. THURSDAY, DEC. 12. 1867. ' IF the head of a Centipede,' says a great writer, ' be cut off, whilst it is in motion, the body will continue to move onwards by the action of the legs;' 'and the reader,' adds another philosopher, 1 can doubtless call to mind occasions, on which...
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