18 offprints of American zoologist G. H. Parker

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Title 18 offprints of American zoologist G. H. Parker
Author Parker, G. H. George Howard Parker with few others
Binding PAPERBACK
Publisher Various, 1911-1937
Condition Very Good
Description The Locomotion of Chiton, name stamp of G.H. Parker and university stamp on outside cover, name stamp of G,H. Parker on outside cover (ND); The Reactions of Earthworms to Dry and to Moist Surfaces, university stamp on cover (1911); The Olfactory Reactions of the Common Killifish, Fundulus Heteroclitus (Linn.), name stamp of E.N. Harvey and university stamp on cover (1911); The Mechanism of Locomotion in Gastropods, name stamp of E.N. Harvey and university stamp on cover (1911); The Origin and Significance of the Primitive Nervous System, name stamp of G.H. Parker and university stamp on cover (1911); Mast's ?Light and the Behavior of Organisms?, university stamp on front cover (1911); Nervous and Non-nervous Responses of Aetinians, university stamp on title page (1912); Intermittent and Continuous Lights of Equal Intensity as Stimuli, name stamp of G.H. Parker and university stamp on title page (1912); The Relation of Smell, Taste, and the Common Chemical Sense in Vertebrates, name stamps of E.N. Harvey and G.H. Parker and university stamp on front cover (1912); The Physiological Effect of Intermittent and of Continuous Lights of Equal Intensities, name stamp of G.H. Parker and university stamp on cover (1912); A Brief Survey of the Field of Organic Evolution, name stamp of G.H. Parker and university stamp on title page (1913); Notes on Rontgen-Ray Injection Masses, name stamp of G.H. Parker and university stamp on front cover (1913); On Certain Distinctions between Taste and Smell, name stamp of G.H. Parker and university stamp on front cover (1913); Adaptation in Animal Reactions, name stamp of G.H. Parker and university stamp on title page (1913); The Sense of Smell in Fishes, university stamp on front cover (1913); Color Changes due to Erythrophores in the Squirrel Fish Holocentrus, university stamp on front cover (1937); The Number of Neurohumors in the Control of Frog Melanophores, university stamp on front cover (1937); An Attempt to Fatigue the Melanophore System in Fundulus and a Consideration of Lag in Melanophore Responses, university stamp on front cover (1937). Some minor nicks and tears, else mostly very good. Offprint. First edition. Biology. Zoology. Science. "George Howard Parker (December 23, 1864 ? March 26, 1955) was an American zoologist. He was a professor at Harvard, and investigated the anatomy and physiology of sense organs and animal reactions." Wikipedia

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