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" characteristic form or marking, no peculiarities of instinct or of habit, no relations between species or between groups of species—can exist, but which must now be or once have been useful to the individuals or the races which possess them. "
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The Living Age ..., Volume 94

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1867
...Selection, namely — that none of the deli и ii • facts of organic nature, no special organ, no characteristic form or marking, no peculiarities of...of habit, no relations between species or between group of species — can exist, but which must now be or once have been useful to the individuals or...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - Natural selection - 1870 - 384 pages
...Natural Selection, namely—that none of the definite facts of organic nature, no special organ, no characteristic form or marking, no peculiarities of...to the individuals or the races which possess them. This great principle gives us a clue which we can follow out in the study of many recondite phaenomena,...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - Natural selection - 1871 - 384 pages
...Natural Selection, namely—that none of the definite facts of organic nature, no special organ, no characteristic form or marking, no peculiarities of...to the individuals or the races which possess them. This great principle gives us a clue which we can follow out in the study of many recondite phenomena,...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - Evolution - 1871 - 384 pages
...Natural Selection, namely—that none of the definite facts of organic nature, no special organ, no characteristic form or marking, no peculiarities of...to the individuals or the races which possess them. This great principle gives us a clue which we can follow out in the study of many recondite phenomena,...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - Evolution - 1871 - 384 pages
...Natural Selection, namely—that none of the definite facts of organic nature, no special organ, no characteristic form or marking, no peculiarities of...to the individuals or the races which possess them. This great principle gives us a clue which we can follow out in the study of many recondite phenomena,...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871
...Natural Selection, namely—that none of the definite facts of organic nature, no special organ, no characteristic form or marking, no peculiarities of...to the individuals or the races which possess them. This great principle gives us a clue which we can follow out in the study of many recondite phenomena,...
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Proceedings

William Lant Carpenter, Frederick Adolph Leipner, Edward Waller Claypole, Edward Bernard Tawney - Natural history - 1886
...definite facts of organicnature, no special organ, no characteristic form or marking, no peculiarity of instinct or of habit, no relations between species or between groups of species, can exist, but which must now be or once have been useful to the individuals or the races...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - Ecology - 1891 - 492 pages
...— that none of the definite facts or organic nature, no special organ, no characteristic form of marking, no peculiarities of instinct or of habit,...to the individuals or the races which possess them. This great principle gives us a cluo which we can follow out in the study of many recondite phenomena,...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - Ecology - 1895 - 492 pages
...— that none of the definite facts or organic nature, no special organ, no characteristic form of marking, no peculiarities of instinct or of habit,...be or once have been useful to the individuals or tbe races which possess them. snowfields and icebergs. The polar bear is the only bear that is white,...
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Darwin and After Darwin: Post-Darwinian questions: Heredity and utility. 1895

George John Romanes - Evolution - 1895
...theory of natural selection, that none of the definite facts of organic nature, no special organ, no characteristic form or marking, no peculiarities of...no relations between species or between groups of species, can exist, but which must now be, or once have been, useful to the individuals or the races...
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