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" An obstacle in the path," says Prof. W". Smith, "is not avoided, but pushed aside ; or, if it be sufficient to avert the onward course of the frustule, the latter is detained for a time equal to that which it would have occupied in its forward progression,... "
The Wonders of Plant Life Under the Microscope - Page 47
by Sophia M'llvaine Bledsoe Herrick - 1883 - 248 pages
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The Microscope: and Its Revelations

William Benjamin Carpenter - Microscopes - 1856 - 724 pages
...nature from that of beings possessed of a power of self-direction. "An obstacle in the path," says Prof. W". Smith, "is not avoided, but pushed aside ; or,...to that which it would have occupied in its forward progression, and then retires from the impediment as if it had accomplished its full course." The character...
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The Microscope and its revelations

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1856 - 778 pages
...not avoided, but pushed»side ; or, if !t be sufficient to avert the onward course of the fnistiile, the latter is detained for a time equal to that which it would have occupied in its forward progression, and then rrtirts from the impediment as if it had accomplished its full course." The character...
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Introduction to Cryptogamic Botany

Miles Joseph Berkeley - Cryptogams - 1857 - 604 pages
...— " An obstacle is not evaded, but pushed aside ; or, if sufficient to avert the the onward course, the latter is detained for a time equal to that which it would have occupied in its forward progress, and then retires from the impediment as if it had accomplished its full course." — Smith,...
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A History of Infusoria: Including the Desmidiaceae and Diatomaceae, British ...

Andrew Pritchard - Desmidiaceae - 1861 - 968 pages
...operation of a force not depending upon the volition of the living organisms : an obstacle in the path is not avoided, but pushed aside ; or, if it be sufficient...to that which it would have occupied in its forward progression, and then retires from the impediment as if it had accomplished its full course. There...
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The Treasury of Botany ...

John Lindley, Thomas Moore - History - 1866
...aside; or, if sufficient to avert the : llavmg tbeir fU.IMS „„.ˇr,,],,a witii bands onward course, the latter is detained for a time equal to that which it would have occupied in its forward progress, and theu g I of them, placed at short intervals all the way up, whilst others have them only...
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The Microscope and Its Revelations

William Benjamin Carpenter - Microscopes - 1868 - 794 pages
...selfdirection. "An obstacle in the path," says Prof. W. Smith, "i« not avoided, but pnshed-aside ; or, if it be sufficient to avert the onward course...to that which it would have occupied in its forward progression, and then retires from the impediment as if it had accomplished its full course." The character...
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The Treasury of Botany: A-L

John Lindley, Thomas Moore - History - 1874
...olistacle. says Mr. Smith, is not evaded but pushed aside ; or, if sufficient to avert the onward course, the latter is detained for a time equal to that which it would have occupied in its forward progress, and then retires from the impediment as if it had acarnipliphcd it» full course. The motion...
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The Microscope and Its Revelations

William Benjamin Carpenter, Henry James Slack - Biology - 1875 - 848 pages
...selfdirection. "An obstacle in the path," says Prof. W. Smith, " is not avoided, but pushed-aside; or, if it be sufficient to avert the onward course...of the frustule, the latter is detained for a time eq_ual to that which it would have occupied in its forward progression, and then retires from the impediment...
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The Microscope and Its Revelations, Volumes 1-2

William Benjamin Carpenter, William Henry Dallinger - Biology - 1891 - 1099 pages
...from that of beings possessed of a power of self-direction. ' An obstacle in the path,' says Mr. \V. Smith, ' is not avoided, but pushed aside ; or, if...to that which it would have occupied in its forward progression, and then retires from the impediment as if it had accomplished its full course.' The character...
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