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" Sir Everard Home, has a portion of it, as it were, intended to resemble the reservoirs for water in the camel ; but these have no depth... "
Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ... - Página 68
por United States. Congress. Senate - 1858
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volumen8,Parte4

United States. Congress. House
...Their stomachs and those of the camel, in some respects, are similarly organized. That of the llama, according to Sir Everard Home, has a portion of it,...for it has been remarked, along the flanks of some parts of the Andes, that they live far above any lakes or streams, and abstain from drink a great portion...
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The Menageries: Quadrupeds, Described and Drawn from Living Subjects..

James Rennie - 1829
...as it were, intended to resemble the reservoirs for water in the camel; but these have no depth, are only superficial cells, and have no muscular apparatus...the solid food to pass into the fourth cavity, or truly digesting stomach, without going into these cells *." But that the llama has an internal mechanism...
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The Gardens and Menagerie of the Zoological Society Delineated, Volumen1

Edward Turner Bennett, Zoological Society of London - 1830 - 308 páginas
...Home expressly states that the corresponding pits in the stomach of the Llama " have no depth, are only superficial cells, and have no muscular apparatus to close their mouths." From an external examination of the stomach of a Llama we had been induced to believe that its cells...
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The Tourist: A Literary and Anti-slavery Journal, Volumen1

1833
...similarly constructed ; a part in the Llama resembles the reservoirs for water in the camel, but they have no muscular apparatus to close their mouths, and allow the solid food to pass into the digesting stomach without going into the cells. These similarities warrant naturalists in classing...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volumen2

1835
...it were, intended to resemble the reservoirs for water in the camel ; but these have no depth, are only superficial cells, and have no muscular apparatus...the solid food to pass into the fourth cavity, or truly digesting stomach, without going into these cells.' But that the Llama has an internal mechanism...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, Volumen2

1835
...have no depth, are only superficial cells, n,,.i have no muscular apparatus to close their mouth« ¿ and allow the solid food to pass into the fourth cavity, or truly digesting stomach, without going into -hese cells.' But that the Llama has an internal me' nanism...
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The Natural History of the Ruminating Animals, ...: Deer, antelopes, camels, &c

William Jardine - 1835 - 128 páginas
...and extensive, and lie as it were imbricated and in layers, but in none of those cells is there any muscular apparatus to close their mouths and allow the solid food to enter into the truly digesting stomach, without going into these cells.* The Llamas inhabit the Cordilleras...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1839
...is, as it were, intended to resemble the reservoirs for water in the Camel, these have no depth, are only superficial cells, and have no muscular apparatus...the solid food to pass into the fourth cavity, or truly digesting stomach, without going into these cells. Dr. Knox, on the contrary, has shown that...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volumen14

1839
...is, as it were, intended to resemble the reservoirs for water in the Camel, these have no depth, are only superficial cells, and have no muscular apparatus...their mouths and allow the solid food to pass into the fourthcavity, or truly digesting stomach, without going into tltesecells. Dr. Knox, on the contrary,...
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The American Agriculturist, Volumen5

1846
...it were, intended to resemble the reservoirs for water in the camel ; but these have no depth, are only superficial cells, and have no muscular apparatus...the solid food to pass into the fourth cavity, or truly digesting stomach, without going into these cells." Bnt the stomachs of the Peruvian sheep certainly...
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