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/ from End Slip 2 annotation 140 Hereditary fingers & toes


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from End Slip 2 annotation 161 Knight says long faces go with long limbs — Hard t get head of Greyhond on Bull Dog


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lines 4—14 annotation in dark pencil Analogous to Renngers descriptions of dogs in Paraguay. /
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from End Slip 2 annotation 205 Knight on cross of Drayhorse & pony    ■    ■


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from End Slip 2 annotation 206 do says th male in Hybrids overules female in giving form


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from End Slip 2 annotation 209    A Well-bred animal will give preponderance p 216 do


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bottom-margin annotation As yet no notice whatever is taken of litters , where one pupy is of one kind & another of another,—!
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bottom-margin annotation But yet in «these» crosses, I thought the male always prevailed.— The offspng of vry wide crosses, where male certainy does [continues on page 221] preponderate, ougt to be uniform


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bottom-margin annotation Is this not explicable on the idea of ‹breeds› «time» affecting the permanncy in future generations: the cross-bred animal cannot transmit its character [continues on page 223] perfectly, the mule not at all


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from End Slip 2 annotation 228 Knight believes in breeding in & in ‹dog› ‹horse› — Walker sum up authorities Ch 3


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from End Slip 2 annotation 243 do — put pollen of 2 colour on female & both kinds were produced not mixed


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from End Slip 2 annotation 244 Bitches mor inclined t pair with one Dog than another p 276


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from End Slip 2 annotation 275 Effect of imagination on offsprng


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from End Slip 2 annotation 299 Knight thinks keeping cattle under different circumstances prevent ill of in & in


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from End Slip 2 annotation 362 on advantages of crossed races of Man


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from End Slip 2 annotation 377 Accoucheurs state hands of labourers infants larger (Disuse)


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