. On the anatomy of vertebrates. Vertebrates; Anatomy, Comparative; 1866. 339 structure of ventricle, Etnyji europma. sxxviir. In all the foregoing modifications of the reptilian heart the venous blood from the general system and the arterialised blood from the lungs are transmitted by distinct auricular reservoirs into the ventricle, where, through the sjoongy character of the receptacle, and the free intercommunication between the basal spaces into which the auricles open and from which the arteries proceed, the blood is transmitted, in a more or less mixed state, to the lungs and to the gen

. On the anatomy of vertebrates. Vertebrates; Anatomy, Comparative; 1866. 339 structure of ventricle, Etnyji europma. sxxviir. In all the foregoing modifications of the reptilian heart the venous blood from the general system and the arterialised blood from the lungs are transmitted by distinct auricular reservoirs into the ventricle, where, through the sjoongy character of the receptacle, and the free intercommunication between the basal spaces into which the auricles open and from which the arteries proceed, the blood is transmitted, in a more or less mixed state, to the lungs and to the gen Stock Photo
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. On the anatomy of vertebrates. Vertebrates; Anatomy, Comparative; 1866. 339 structure of ventricle, Etnyji europma. sxxviir. In all the foregoing modifications of the reptilian heart the venous blood from the general system and the arterialised blood from the lungs are transmitted by distinct auricular reservoirs into the ventricle, where, through the sjoongy character of the receptacle, and the free intercommunication between the basal spaces into which the auricles open and from which the arteries proceed, the blood is transmitted, in a more or less mixed state, to the lungs and to the general sys- tem. In the Crocodilian order a marked advance is made in the structure of the heart. The blood from the general system is poured by the veins iuto a sinus, fig. 339, S, whence it passes iuto a right auricle, ib. o, by tlic usual bivalved aper- ture. The auricle has a more distinct' appendix, ' and its mus- cular walls are thicker than in lower reptiles. The auriculo- Eifiit.'iuricicaiiaveiiwcie.oviciii.insncutaa vcutricular orificc is defcudcd. Crricntliln/; acvtns ' XX. vol. ii. p. 48, prep. no. 920, . Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Owen, Richard, 1804-1892; Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Flower-Sprecher Veterinary Library. fmo. London, Longmans, Green

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