Reference numberPP/12/25
Previous numbersPP/44/27
TitlePaper, 'Further researches on the physiology of the invertebrata' by A B Griffiths
CreatorGriffiths; A B (fl 1885-1892)
DescriptionGriffiths writes: 'This memoir details a continuation of the author's investigations on the physiological functions of various doubtful organs of the invertebrata [...] The digestive apparatus of Uraster rubens [starfish] (one of the Asteridea) is briefly described as follows :—The capacious mouth, found upon the under side, leads into a short œsophagus, which opens into a wider sacculated stomach with thin distensible walls.'

Annotations in pencil and ink throughout. Includes a note to the printer on the front page.

Subject: Zoology

Received 25 May 1888. Read 21 June 1888. Communicated by Richard Owen.

A version of this paper was published in volume 44 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society as 'Further researches on the physiology of the invertebrata'.
Physical descriptionInk and graphite pencil on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspl.1888.0046
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8083Owen; Sir; Richard (1804 - 1892)1804 - 1892
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