The alleged influence on the growth and rate of development from feeding pituitary gland substance has been principally studied on vertebrates, and for this reason, it seemed desirable to determine how some of the invertebrates would react to this gland substance, in whose body no organ comparable to an endocrine gland has been demonstrated.
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Patterson, T. L.
"Flesh Fly Larvae as an Indicator of Hypophyseal Effects,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 32(1), 403-406.
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