Marcello Malpighi Famous Quotes & Sayings

12 Marcello Malpighi Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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The generation of seeds ... is therefore marvelous and analogous to the other productions of living things. For first of all an umbilicus appears ... Its extremity gradually expands and after gathering a colliquamentous ichor becomes analogous to an amnion ... In the course of time the seed or fetus begins to become visible. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: The generation of seeds ... is therefore marvelous and analogous to the other productions of
Observation by means of the microscope will reveal more wonderful things than those viewed in regard to mere structure and connection: for while the heart is still beating the contrary (i.e., in opposite directions in the different vessels) movement of the blood is observed in the vessels-though with difficulty-so that the circulation of the blood is clearly exposed. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: Observation by means of the microscope will reveal more wonderful things than those viewed in
The seed is the fetus, in other words, a true plant with its parts (that is, its leaves, of which there are usually two, its stalk or stem, and its bud) completely fashioned. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: The seed is the fetus, in other words, a true plant with its parts (that
Surgical knowledge depends on long practice, not from speculations. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: Surgical knowledge depends on long practice, not from speculations.
Nature has but one plan of operation, invariably the same in the smallest things as well as in the largest, and so often do we see the smallest masses selected for use in Nature, that even enormous ones are built up solely by fitting these together. Indeed, all Nature's efforts are devoted to uniting the smallest parts of our bodies in such a way that all things whatsoever, however diverse they may be, which coalesce in the structure of living things construct the parts by means of a sort of compendium. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: Nature has but one plan of operation, invariably the same in the smallest things as
It is therefore proper to acknowledge that the first filaments of the chick preexist in the egg and have a deeper origin, exactly as [the embryo] in the eggs of plants. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: It is therefore proper to acknowledge that the first filaments of the chick preexist in
Nature, ... in order to carry out the marvelous operations [that occur] in animals and plants has been pleased to construct their organized bodies with a very large number of machines, which are of necessity made up of extremely minute parts so shaped and situated as to form a marvelous organ, the structure and composition of which are usually invisible to the naked eye without the aid of a microscope ... Just as Nature deserves praise and admiration for making machines so small, so too the physician who observes them to the best of his ability is worthy of praise, not blame, for he must also correct and repair these machines as well as he can every time they get out of order. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: Nature, ... in order to carry out the marvelous operations [that occur] in animals and
For Nature is accustomed to rehearse with certain large, perhaps baser, and all classes of wild (animals), and to place in the imperfect the rudiments of the perfect animals. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: For Nature is accustomed to rehearse with certain large, perhaps baser, and all classes of
This, however, seems to be certain: the ichor, that is, the material I have mentioned that finally becomes red, exists before the heart begins to beat, but the heart exists and even beats before the blood reddens. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: This, however, seems to be certain: the ichor, that is, the material I have mentioned
We are many small puppets moved by fate and fortune through strings unseen by us; therefore, if it is so as I think, one has to prepare oneself with a good heart and indifference to accept things coming towards us, because they cannot be avoided, and to oppose them requires a violence that tears our souls too deeply, and it seems that both fortune and men are always busy in affairs for our dislike because the former is blind and the latter only think of their interest. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: We are many small puppets moved by fate and fortune through strings unseen by us;
I have destroyed almost the whole race of frogs, which does not happen in that savage Batrachomyomachia of Homerr. For in the anatomy of frogs, which, by favour of my very excellent colleague D. Carolo Fracassato, I had set on foot in order to become more certain about the membranous substance of the lungs, it happened to me to see such things that not undeservedly I can better make use of that [saying] of Homer for the present matter
'I see with my eyes a work trusty and great.'
For in this (frog anatomy) owing to the simplicity of the structure, and the almost complete transparency of the vessels which admits the eye into the interior, things are more clearly shown so that they will bring the light to other more obscure matters.
Marcello Malpighi Sayings: I have destroyed almost the whole race of frogs, which does not happen in that
In such sad circumstances I but see myself exalted by my own enemies, for in order to defeat some small works of mine they try to make the whole rational medicine and anatomy fall, as if I were myself these noble disciplines. Marcello Malpighi Sayings: In such sad circumstances I but see myself exalted by my own enemies, for in