Reference numberAP/60/19/1
TitleUnpublished manuscript, 'About some general laws of animal life' by Nicholas [Nikolai] Wagner
CreatorWagner; Nikolai (1829-1907); Russian zoologist; editor
DescriptionWagner writes: 'The propagation and increase of any animal by means of the buds occurs after that time when the growth of the organism has richen'd to certain limits. When one animal has reached such border where terminates the power which bounds all his parts in a harmonic organized whole only then occurs the phenomenon of disintegration, expressed in the multiplication or increase of the organism by means of the buds.'

Marked on front as 'Archives Nov 6'. Includes one set of diagrams in the text.

Subject: Biology

Received and read 19 June 1879. Communicated by T H [Thomas Henry] Huxley.

Written by Wagner at 32 Gower Street, Bedford Square [London].
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusClosed
Access conditionsNot available to view, off site for conservation. Please refer to digital surrogate on Science in the Making.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8243Huxley; Thomas Henry (1825 - 1895)1825 - 1895
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