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Memoirs: Studies in Spicule Formation : I.--The Development and Structure of the Spicules in Sycons: with Remarks on the Conformation, Modes of Disposition and Evolution of Spicules in Calcareous Sponges generally
Memoirs: Studies in Spicule Formation : I.--Spicule Formation in Alcyonium digitatum; with Remarks on the Histology
Memoirs: Studies in Spicule Formation : I.--On the Mode of Formation of the Spicular Skeleton in the Pluteus of Echinus esculentus
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