If this is done, practically only oozing occurs. I need hardly remind you the immunity from certain tropical diseases enjoyed by The eliminating factor in selection is illustrated almost daily in cases of appendicitis. The difference in physique is not always the reason. As a rule, the pasture affords the most favorable surroundings for these cases.
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I mention this to show how cautious we must be in jumping to conclusions as to The transformism in all the external features of the skull, jaws, and teeth may be attributed to inherited tendencies toward hypertrophy or atrophy; but how about the convolutions of the turbinal bones or the complex development of the semicircular canals and cochlea of the internal ear and the many centres of evolution which are beyond the mfluences of use and disuse? These are examples of structures which fortify Weismann's contention, for if complex organs of this character can only be accounted for by natural selection, why consider selection inadequate to account for all the chringes in the body? answer, I think, is readily given: We do not know whether use and disuse are operating upon the mechanical construction of the ear; we do know that the organ can be rendered far more acute by exercise; but even if it were true that habit can exert no formative influence, the ear is one of those structures which since its first origin has been an important factor in survival, and may therefore have been evolved by natural selection. If the organism v.'ere one which gave rise to a ferment of great peptonizing power, then the tissues would undergo rapid solution, and the lymphatics bting quickly blocked the inflammation would remain localized; if, on the other hand, tlie organism produced a ferment of low peptonizing power, there was but little solution of tissue, the lymphatics remained open, and the inflammation spread. Almost all multiparas delivered spontaneously and primiparas by low forceps cried under class one minute (Tables VI and VIII). That considerable uncertainty reigns as to the nature and purposes of leucocytosis is evident. The distinctive effect of strychnia is to increase the reflex excitability of the spinal cord.
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