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The Darwinian Mechanism
The Study of Inheritance
The Nature of Variation
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accumulation adaptive Agassiz animals appeared arguments believe blending inheritance breed causes of variation chapter characters Charles Darwin completed conclusion continued correlation critics crossing Darwin felt Darwin saw Darwin to Wallace Darwin's theory Darwin's view Darwinian Descent direct action distinct disuse divergence domestic doubt Essay evolution evolutionary explain fact factors Fleeming Fleeming Jenkin forms further Galton Garrett Hardin Gavin de Beer gemmules genetic Gray habit heritable Hooker Huxley hybrid Ibid implied important individual differences individual variation isolation Jenkin Lamarckian later letter limited Lyell mechanism Mivart modification monstrosities Moritz Wagner natural selection nearly occur offspring organic Origin of Species pangenesis paper parent peloric phenomena plants population prepotency principle problem process of natural produced recognized remarks reply reproductive result saltations seemed sexual selection slight speciation sterility structure struggle for existence swamping tendency theory of natural tion variability varieties vary Wagner Wallace to Darwin Wallace's Weismann