Georges Cuvier Quote

All parts of a living body are interrelated; they can act only in so far as they act together; trying to separate one from the whole means transferring it to the realm of dead substances; it means entirely changing its essence.


Henry C. Greene, In Claude Bernard, An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine, III (p. 267)

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All parts of a living body are interrelated; they can act only in so far as they act together; trying to separate one from the whole means...

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All parts of a living body are interrelated; they can act only in so far as they act together; trying to separate one from the whole means...

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All parts of a living body are interrelated; they can act only in so far as they act together; trying to separate one from the whole means...

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All parts of a living body are interrelated; they can act only in so far as they act together; trying to separate one from the whole means...