The Refutation of Darwinism: And the Converse Theory of Development; Based Exclusively Upon Darwin's Facts and Comprising Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses of the Phenomena of Variation; of Reversion; of Correlation; of Crossing; of Close-interbreeding; of the Reproduction of Lost Members; of the Repair of Injuries; of the Reintegration of Tissue; and of Sexual and Asexual Generation
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acters adduced advance in development Animals and Plants argument arise assumption breeder breeds Cattle cause char close-interbreeding constitutional vigor coordination crystal Darwin says Darwin's theory defects degeneration degree disproportionate development distinct species divergence of character divergent varieties domestication entailed evil effects evil results evolved explain extinction facts fancier fancy fancy breeds favorable flowers Fowl given species Herbert Spencer hypothesis ignorance imply improvements in-and-in individuals innate tendency interbred interbreeding law of nature legs lessened fertility long-lost characters Man's Selection ment modification mongrels Natural Selection normal number of characters occur offspring once lost Origin of Species parents peculiarities perfect type phenomena physiological Pigeon pistils pollen positive characters positive variations proportion proportionate development races re-development regain remarks reproductive element respective species says Darwin seed self-fertilization self-impotent Sheep slight stamens sterility of hybrids structure Struggle for Existence theory of Reversion tion Turbit vary viduals wholly