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Zoology: An Elementary Text-Book

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By: Arthur E Shipley(Author), EW MacBride(Author)
692 pages, 300+ b/w illustrations
Zoology: An Elementary Text-Book
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First published in 1904 as the second edition of a 1901 original, Zoology: An Elementary Text-Book provides a beginner's guide to zoology, from simple life forms to more sophisticated vertebrates. At the end of the sections on each phylum a short table of classification is given to indicate the general position of the animals mentioned in the general scheme of the animal kingdom. The text is richly illustrated with over three hundred diagrams and drawings for ease of comprehension. Zoology: An Elementary Text-Book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the history of education.

Contents

1. Introduction
2. Phylum protozoa
3. Phylum coelenterata
4. Phylum porifera
5. Introduction to the coelomata
6. Phylum annelida
7. Phylum arthropoda
8. Phylum mollusca
9. Phylum echinodermata
10. Phylum brachiopoda
11. Phylum polyzoa
12. Phylum chaetognatha
13. Introduction to the phylum vertebrata; sub-phyla I-III. Hemichordata, cephalochordata and urochordata
14. Introduction to sub-phylum IV. Craniata. Division I. Cyclostomata
15. Craniata. Division II. Gnathostomata. Class I. Pisces
16. Craniata. Division II. Gnathostomata. Class II. Amphibia
17. Craniata. Division II. Gnathostomata. Class III. Reptilia
18. Craniata. Division II. Gnathostomata. Class IV. Ayes
19. Craniata. Division II. Gnathostomata. Class V. Mammalia
20. Phylum platyhelminthes
21. Phylum nemertinea
22. Phylum rotifera
23. Phylum nematoda

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Textbook
By: Arthur E Shipley(Author), EW MacBride(Author)
692 pages, 300+ b/w illustrations
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