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" One of the strongest arguments which have been adduced to prove the original and permanent distinctness of species is, that varieties produced in a state of domesticity are more or less unstable, and often have a tendency, if left to themselves, to return... "
Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection - Page 26
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871
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Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 3–4. köide

Linnean Society of London - 1859
...form of the parent species ; and this instability ia considered to be a distinctive peculiarity of nil varieties, even of those occurring among wild animals...naturalists, and has led to a very general and somewhat prejudiced belief in the stability of species. Equally general, however, is the belief in what are...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1875 - 384 lehte
...supposed to prove tlie permanent distinctness of Species. ONE of the strongest arguments which have heen adduced to prove the original and permanent distinctness...created distinct species. In the absence or scarcity of fects and observations as to varieties occurring among wild animals, this argument has had great weight...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 lehte
...1, and Life and Letters, vol. ii. chap, iv., pp. 115-129 and 145.) II ON THE TENDENCY OF VARIETIES TO DEPART INDEFINITELY FROM THE ORIGINAL TYPE Instability...naturalists, and has led to a very general and somewhat prejudiced belief in the stability of species. Equally general, however, is the belief in what are...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 lehte
...about the publication of this ( l with the ample recognition by Darwin II ON THE TENDENCY OF VARIETIES TO DEPART INDEFINITELY FROM THE ORIGINAL TYPE Instability...varieties occurring among wild animals, this argument has ha<i great weight with naturalists, and has led to a very general and somewhat prejudiced belief in...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 60. köide

1902
...the Tendency of Varieties to depart indefinitely from the Original Type. By ALFRED RDSSEL WALLACE. One of the strongest arguments which have been adduced...naturalists, and has led to a very general and somewhat prejudiced belief in the stability of species. Equally general, however, is the belief in what are...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History, 16. köide

Edward Newman, James Edmund Harting - 1858
...the Tendency of Varieties to depart indefinitely from the Original Type. By ALFBED RUSSEL WALLACE. One of the strongest arguments which have been adduced...naturalists, and has led to a very general and somewhat prejudiced belief in the stability of species. Equally general, however, is the belief in what are...
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Evolution: Genesis and Revelations: With Readings from Empedocles to Wilson

C. Leon Harris - 1981 - 339 lehte
...On the Tendency of Varieties to depart indefinitely from the Original Type. By Alfred Russel Wallace One of the strongest arguments which have been adduced...unchanged the originally created distinct species. ln the absence or scarcity of facts and observations as to varieties occurring among wild animals,...
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The Correspondence of Charles Darwin: 1858-1859

Charles Darwin, Frederick Burkhardt, Sydney Smith - 1985 - 671 lehte
...the Tendency of Varieties to depart indefinitely from the Original Type. By ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE. One of the strongest arguments which have been adduced...naturalists, and has led to a very general and somewhat prejudiced belief in the stability of species. Equally general, however, is the belief in what are...
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On Evolution: The Development of the Theory of Natural Selection

Charles Darwin - 1996 - 356 lehte
...ON THE TENDENCY OF VARIETIES TO DEPART INDEFINITELY FROM THE ORIGINAL TYPE BY ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE One of the strongest arguments which have been adduced...unchanged the originally created distinct species. 4. Notebook E:114; (Chapter 2, 75). In the absence or scarcity of facts and observations as to varieties...
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Galileo's Commandment: 2,500 Years of Great Science Writing

Edmund Blair Bolles - 1999 - 512 lehte
...specialists. Yet Wallace's essay still shines with its clear outline of the process of natural selection. One of the strongest arguments which have been adduced...originally created distinct species. In the absence of scarcity of3 facts and observations as to varieties occurring among wild animals, this argument...
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