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1880.] Prof. Owen. On the Ova of Echidna liystrix. 407 the small intestine is independent of the relative frequency either of the glands of Lieberkiihn, or of those of Brunner, but appears to be correlative with the distribution of Peyer's glands. (8.) In the transition from colloidal starch to readily diffusible and easily assimilated dextrose, the actions of the pancreas and of the Peyer's glands are mutually dependent and complementary. The pancreas readily breaks down the starch to maltose,doi:10.1098/rstl.1880.0024 fatcat:h3kyjt7mtzdmvjfsg7bhoc56em