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  • noun Plural form of zootomist.


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  • The enormous mass of various empirical material, which had been accumulated by descriptive systematists and by the dissections of zootomists since the time of Linnæus and Pallas, had already been abundantly matured and utilised in many ways for philosophic purposes by the synthetic principles of comparative anatomy.

    Freie wissenschaft und freie lehr. English


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