Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
Geschichte der Civilisation in England
Person:
Buckle, Henry Thomas Ruge, Arnold
Persistente ID:
urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-g-1014750
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/resolver?urn=urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-g-1020509
540 
Geistes 
des Schott. 
Untersuchung 
bei den Kopffüsslernßw) die Fähigkeit der Mollusken, ihre Schalen 
zu absorbirenß") die Thatsache, dass die Bienen das Wachs nicht 
sammeln, sondern absondernßu?) die halbkreisförmigen Kanäle der 
Oetaceen, m) die Lymphgefasse der Vögel m) und die Luftzellen in den 
Knochen der Vögel. 251) Man versichert uns auch, er habe die neuen 
Entdeckungen hinsichtlich des Embryo des Kängurus anticipirtfö?) 
day." Ibirl, p. 383. Vergl. Huntefs Essays und Observations on Natura! Hislary, 
London 1861, I, 108. 
546) „The class called Sepiß has the organ of hearing, though somewhat diferently 
constmcted from what it is_in fishes." An Account of ilze Organ af Hearing in Fislzes, 
in Huntefs Werks, IV, 294. Unten auf der Seite bemerkt Herr Owen in einer An- 
merkung: „This is the ürst announcement of the existence of an organ of hearing in 
the Oephalopoda." 
a") „Hunter discovered tbat the molluscous inhabitant of a shell had the power 
of absorbing part of its dwelling." Oma-n'a Lectures on tlw Uomparative Anatomy und 
Physiology of ilze Inverlebrate Animals, London 1855, p. 544. "Every shell-fish has 
the power of removing a part of its shell, so as to adapt the new and the old together, 
which is not dnne by any mechanical power, but by absorption." 'Anato1nz'calRemarks 
an a New Marine Animal, in Hunteräv Warlcs, IV, 469, edit. Palmer. In einer An- 
merkung zu dieser Stelle heisst es: „the doctrine of the absorption of shell has been 
lately" (i. e. in 1833) Hazlduced as a. new discovery." 
943) „His keen observation did not fail to detect several errors which precediug 
naturalists had fallen into, espeeially with regard to the formution of the wax, which 
he proved to be secreted, not collected, by the animal." Ottlegfs Lzfe of Hunter, p. 
122. „The wax is formed by the bees themselves; it may be called an external se- 
cretion of oil, und I have found. that it is formed between each scale of the under 
side of the belly." Observations on Bees, in Hunteräs Werks, IV, 433. 
949) "In the terminating part there are a number of perforations into the cochlea, 
und one into the semicircular canals, which aEord a. passage to the diHerent divisions 
of the auditory nerve." Obserrations on tlze Structure und Oeconomy of Wlmles, in 
Hunlefs Werks, IV, 383, 384. „The semicircular canals of the cetacea, described by 
Hunter in the paper on Whales, a structure which Cuvier rightly states that Camper 
overlooked, but incorrectly claims the discovery as his own." Vorrede zu vol. IV von 
Huntefs Works, p. XXI. 
 550) Dr. Adams, in lseinem etwas iiüchtigen Lzfe of Bunter, sagt (p. 27, 28): „Mr. 
Hewson always claimed the discovery of lymphatics in birds." In Wahrheit aber machte 
Hewson nie den Anspruch. Er sagt: „It may be necessary to mention here, that the 
dispute between Dr. Monro and me is, who ürst discovered the lacteals of birds? for 
as to the lymphatics in their necks (mentioned in this gentlemafs note), these we both 
allow were discovered by Mr. John Hunter, about teu years ago." Und: "These 1ym- 
phatics in the necks of fowls were ürst disoovered by Mr. John Hunter." Hewsonk 
Werks, edit. Gulliver (Sydenham 800.), p. 102, 145. 
'54) Hunteräe Worka, IV, p. XXI, 176.  
m) "See N05. 3131, 3134, 3135, in the Physiological seües of thefElunterißn 
Museum, in which thero am evidences that Mr. Hunter had anticipated most of the
        

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