The Resource Methods of study in natural history, by L. Agassiz

Methods of study in natural history, by L. Agassiz

Label
Methods of study in natural history
Title
Methods of study in natural history
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by L. Agassiz
Title variation
Agassiz's Methods of study in natural history
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Contributor
Bookseller
Former owner
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
VYS
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Atlantic monthly
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1807-1873
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Agassiz, Louis
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Lowell Institute
  • Norman Williams Public Library (Woodstock, Vt.)
  • Estes & Lauriat
  • David H. DeVorkin Collection (Smithsonian Institution. Libraries)
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  • Animals
  • Coral reefs and islands
  • Generations, Alternating
  • Embryology
  • Evolution
Label
Methods of study in natural history, by L. Agassiz
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Publication
Note
  • "The series of papers collected in this volume may be considered as a complement ... to my 'Essay on classification'... These chapters were first embodied in a course of lectures delivered at the Lowell Institute in Boston."--Pref., p. [iii]-vi
  • First printed in the Atlantic monthly, with the exception of the last chapter
Contents
General sketch of the early progress in natural history -- Nomenclature and classification -- Categories of classification -- Classification and creation -- Different views respecting orders -- Gradation among animals -- Analogous types -- Family characteristics -- The characters of genera -- Species and breeds -- Formation of coral reefs -- Age of coral reefs as showing permanence of species -- Homologies -- Alternate generations -- The ovarian egg -- Embryology and classification
Edition
17th ed.
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 319 pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • SCDIRB copy 39088011567427 is the gift of David H. DeVorkin.
  • SCDIRB copy has bookplate: The Norman Williams Public Library ... received April, 1887. Stamped "Discarded."
  • SCDIRB copy has a bookseller's label on front free endpaper: Estes & Lauriat, new & old books, Boston.
  • SCDIRB copy has the publisher's blue cloth binding with gilt-lettered spine, gray endpapers, and top edge gilt.
Other physical details
illustrations, map)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Methods of study in natural history, by L. Agassiz
Link
Publication
Note
  • "The series of papers collected in this volume may be considered as a complement ... to my 'Essay on classification'... These chapters were first embodied in a course of lectures delivered at the Lowell Institute in Boston."--Pref., p. [iii]-vi
  • First printed in the Atlantic monthly, with the exception of the last chapter
Contents
General sketch of the early progress in natural history -- Nomenclature and classification -- Categories of classification -- Classification and creation -- Different views respecting orders -- Gradation among animals -- Analogous types -- Family characteristics -- The characters of genera -- Species and breeds -- Formation of coral reefs -- Age of coral reefs as showing permanence of species -- Homologies -- Alternate generations -- The ovarian egg -- Embryology and classification
Edition
17th ed.
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 319 pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • SCDIRB copy 39088011567427 is the gift of David H. DeVorkin.
  • SCDIRB copy has bookplate: The Norman Williams Public Library ... received April, 1887. Stamped "Discarded."
  • SCDIRB copy has a bookseller's label on front free endpaper: Estes & Lauriat, new & old books, Boston.
  • SCDIRB copy has the publisher's blue cloth binding with gilt-lettered spine, gray endpapers, and top edge gilt.
Other physical details
illustrations, map)
Specific material designation
remote

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