1. Animals of the species Ambystoma tigrinum when fed anterior lobe can reach a size far in excess of that of animals fed earthworms and presumably also of that of liver-fed animals.

2. Liver produces a rate of growth as high as that resulting from anterior lobe-feeding, but maintains growth only, until the animals reach a definite size far below that of anterior lobe-fed animals.

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