THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES
T H E
C R A Y F I S H.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF ZOOLOGY.
T. H. Huxley, F.R.S.
with eighty-two illustrations
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1880, v. XXVIII of the International Scientific Series. Reprinted 1973, 1974, 1977, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, QL444-M33H86 1973, 595'.3841, LCC 73-12751, ISBN 0-262-08069-9 (hardcover), ISBN 0-262-58034-9 (paperback), with an excellent foreword by MIT biologist Stephen A. Raymond (not reproduced here).
- Chapter I. The Natural History of the Common Crayfish
- Chapter II. The Physiology of the Common Crayfish. The mechanism by which the parts of the living engine are supplied with the materials necessary for their maintenance and growth.
- Chapter III. The Physiology of the Common Crayfish. The mechanism by which the living organism adjusts itself to surrounding conditions and reproduces itself.
- Chapter IV. The Morphology of the Common Crayfish. The structure and the development of the individual.
- Chapter V. The Comparative Morphology of the Crayfish. The structure and the development of the Crayfish compared with those of other living beings.
- Chapter VI. The Distribution and the Ætiology of the Crayfishes.
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