Migula sentence example

migula
  • The principal attempts at morphological classifications recently brought forward are those of de Toni and Trevisan (1889), Fischer (1897) and Migula (1897).
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  • Of these systems, which alone are available in any practical scheme of classification, the two most important and most modern are those of Fischer and Migula.
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  • In Migula's scheme the attempt is made to avoid some of these difficulties, but others are introduced by his otherwise clever devices for dealing with these puzzling little organisms.
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