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  • He had always declared that since zooelogy was a physical science, the method of studying it must needs be analogous to that which is followed in other physical sciences.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • Before leaving the subject of Huxley's contributions to vertebrate anatomy, the actual details of which would occupy far too much space, it is necessary to mention the great importance to zooelogy of the new terms and new ideas he introduced into classification.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • The latter was the son of a naturalist, a naturalist by profession, and appointed to the expedition as its official naturalist; and yet he made only a few observations and a limited collection of curiosities, and even his exiguous place in the annals of zooelogy is the accidental result of his companionship with Huxley.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • Huxley's view was that chemistry and physics, botany and zooelogy, should be part of the general education, not of the special medical education; he wished students to spend one or two years after their ordinary career at school in work on these elementary scientific subjects, and then to begin their medical course free from the burden of extra-professional subjects.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • A few years later, the curator of the museum, with the help of two of Huxley's successors, published a Manual of Natural History for the Use of Travellers, and it is certain that Huxley at least did not lose at Haslar any of the enthusiasm for zooelogy with which he had been inspired at the Charing Cross Hospital.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • It was in the nature of things that Huxley should make a contribution to a set of problems so novel and of so much importance to zooelogy.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • In 1857 the study of this important department of zooelogy was placed on a scientific basis, practically for the first time, by a memoir on the geographical distribution of birds published in the Journal of the Linnaean Society of London.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • Of these two volumes it is sufficient to say that they formed the chief introduction to the study of animal zooelogy for many years, and that a large number of the best-known zooelogists of the end of this century received from them their first instruction in the science.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • Such new methods have made almost a revolution in the study of zooelogy, particularly of the lower forms of life and of the embryonic stages of higher animals, and books written before these methods became common have naturally been superseded.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

  • Neotropical, Nearctic, Palaearctic, Ethiopian, Indian, and Australian, and his answer, with minor alterations and the addition of a great wealth of detail, has been accepted by zooelogy.

    Thomas Henry Huxley A Sketch Of His Life And Work

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