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" Any existing species, animal or vegetable, when placed under conditions different from its previous ones, immediately begins to undergo certain changes of structure fitting it for the new conditions. . . . There is at work a modifying influence of the... "
From the Greeks to Darwin: an outline of the development of the evolution idea - Page 215
by Henry Fairfield Osborn - 1905 - 259 pages
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Evolution, old and new; or, The theories of Buffon, dr. Erasmus Darwin, and ...

Samuel Butler - 1882
...Papers." modifying influences .... they can show that any existing species—animal or vegetable—when placed under conditions different from its previous...changes of structure fitting it for the new conditions. They can show that in successive generations these changes continue until ultimately the new conditions...
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Charles Darwin

Grant Allen - 1885 - 206 pages
...subject to modifying influences they can show that any existing species—animal or vegetable—when placed under conditions different from its previous...changes of structure fitting it for the new conditions. They can show that in successive generations these changes continue until ultimately the new conditions...
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Illustrations of Universal Progress: A Series of Discussions

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1889 - 454 pages
...successive modifications ; yet, they can show that any existing species—animal or vegetable—when placed under conditions different from its previous...changes of structure fitting it for the new conditions. They can show that in successive generations these changes continue, until ultimately the new conditions...
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Essays: Scientific, Political, and Speculative

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1892
...successive modifications; yet, they can show that any existing species—animal or vegetable—when placed under conditions different from its previous...ones, immediately begins to undergo certain changes filting it for the new conditions. They can show that in successive generations these changes continue;...
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Lectures on Darwinian Theory Delivered

Charles Frederic Marshall - 1894 - 236 pages
...subject to modifying influences They can show that any existing species—animal or vegetable—when placed under conditions different from its previous...changes of structure fitting it for the new conditions. They can show that in successive generations these changes continue until ultimately the new conditions...
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Lectures on the Darwinian theory

Arthur Milnes Marshall - Evolution - 1894 - 236 pages
...subject to modifying influences They can show that any existing species—animal or vegetable—when placed under conditions different from its previous...changes of structure fitting it for the new conditions. They can show that in successive generations these changes continue until ultimately the new conditions...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 46

Technology - 1895
...of his early essays as bearing this out, and the following quotation is given from one of them : " Any existing species, animal or vegetable, when placed under conditions different from ita previous ones, immediately begins to undergo certain changes of structure fitting it for new conditious."...
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Lamarck, the Founder of Evolution: His Life and Work

Biology - 1901 - 451 pages
...wrong. His words are as follows: ' The supporters of the development hypothesis can show . . . that any existing species, animal or vegetable, when placed...changes of structure fitting it for the new conditions; . that in the successive generations these changes continue until ultimately the new conditions become...
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Lamarck, the Founder of Evolution: His Life and Work

Biology - 1901 - 451 pages
...wrong. His words are as follows: 'The supporters of the development hypothesis can show . . . that any existing species, animal or vegetable, when placed...changes of structure fitting it for the new conditions; . that in the successive generations these changes continue until ultimately the new conditions become...
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Biology and Its Makers

William Albert Locy - Biology - 1910 - 469 pages
...affecting great changes in all organisms subject to modifying influences. . . . They can show that any existing species, animal or vegetable, when placed...changes of structure fitting it for the new conditions. They can show that in successive generations these changes continue, until ultimately the new conditions...
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