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Product details Microscopical observations of the structure of animal teeth
Microscopical observations of the structure of animal teeth
Illustration accompanying a letter describing Antoni van Leeuwenhoek's microscopical observations of the structure of human and animal teeth, dated 4 April 1687. The figures shows salt crystals found in the dental pulp of a horse (figs. A-K).
Original: engraving. 1686
- Image ref: RS-9112
- The Royal Society