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" ... characteristics due to changes of functions, etc., or partial or absolute obliteration of these due to the failure of genetic force to repeat characteristics in the presence of opposing influences and superimposed characteristics as in accelerated... "
Journal of comparative zoology - Página 321
editado por - 1894
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 32

American Philosophical Society - 1838
...to repeat characteristics in the presence of opposing influences and superimposed characteristics as in accelerated development. Ctetology should also,...entergogenic reactions without danger or confusion. Maupas gives exceedingly instructive examples of this class, and quotes other authorities who have...
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 32

American Philosophical Society - 1894
...to repeat characteristics in the presence of opposing influences and superimposed characteristics as in accelerated development. Ctetology should also,...the head of entergogenic reactions without danger or con fusion. Maupas gives exceedingly instructive examples of this class, and quotes other authorities...
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The American Geologist, Volume 12

Newton Horace Winchell - 1893
...to repeat characteristics in the presence of opposing influences and superimposed characteristics as in accelerated development. Ctetology should also,...entergogenic reactions without danger or confusion. Maupas gives exceedingly instructive examples of this class and quotes other authorities who have investigated...
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The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied ..., Volume 12

1893
...presence of opposing influences and superimposed characteristics as in accelerated development. Cfetology should also, however, include the study of the action...entergogenic reactions without danger or confusion. Maupas' gives exceedingly instructive examples of this class and quotes other authorities who have...
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The American Geologist, Volume 12

Newton Horace Winchell - 1893
...to repeat characteristics in the presence of opposing influences and superimposed characteristics as in accelerated development. Ctetology should also,...may be assumed to act in this way. Changes in light, I'ood, heat and moisture may cause modifications that cannot be included under the head of entergogenic...
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Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 32, 1894)

...to repeat characteristics in the presence of opposing influences and superimposed characteristics as in accelerated development. Ctetology should also,...entergogenic reactions without danger or confusion. Maupas gives exceedingly instructive examples of this class, and quotes other authorities who have...
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The American Geologist, Volume 12

Newton Horace Winchell - 1893
...to repeat characteristics in the presence of opposing influences and superimposed characteristics as in accelerated development. Ctetology should also,...upon organisms or may be assumed to act in this way. ('hanges in light, food, heat and moisture may catise modifications that cannot be included under the...
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Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, Volume 26

Boston Society of Natural History - 1895
...opposing influences and superimposed characteristics as in extreme cases of tachygenesis and cenogenesis. Ctetology should also, however, include the study of the action of physical forces when they cither actually do produce direct effects upon organisms, or may l>e assumed to act in this way. The...
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