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" Pleiostocene age, and that their successive changes are analogous to those which are observed in the development of antlers in the living deer, which begin with a simple point and increase in number of tynes till their limit of growth be reached. "
Proceedings - Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society - Page 16
by Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society - 1902
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Early Man in Britain and His Place in the Tertiary Period

William Boyd Dawkins - 1880 - 537 lehte
...the Macacus inuus of Barbary represents the upper Pleiocene apes. 2 Gaudry, Les Euchainemrnts, p. 87. antlers in the living deer, which begin with a simple point, and increase the number of tynes until their limit is reached. It is obvious, from the progressive diminution in...
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Early Man in Britain and His Place in the Tertiary Period

William Boyd Dawkins - 1880 - 537 lehte
...of Dakota and Nebraska, 4to. Acad. Nat. Sc., Philadelphia, second series, vii. PI. xxviii. Fig. 8. antlers in the living deer, which begin with a simple point, and increase the number of tynes until their limit is reached. It is obvious, from the progressive diminution in...
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Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, 51. köide

1882
...either in the living or fossil state. These successive changes are analogous to those which are to be observed in the development of the antlers in the...deer, which begin with a simple point and increase their number of tines until their limit be reached." More recently (Nature Nov. 1881) he has repeated...
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Nature, 25. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1882
...age, and that their successive changes are analogous to those which are observed in the development of antlers in the living deer, which begin with a simple point and increase in number of tynes till their limit of growth be reached. In other words, the development of antlers indicated...
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Nature, 25. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1882
...age, and that their successive changes are analogous to those which are observed in the development of antlers in the living deer, which begin with a simple point and increase in number of tynes till their limit of growth be reached. In other words, the development of antlers indicated...
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The Geographical and Geological Distribution of Animals

Angelo Heilprin - 1886 - 435 lehte
...either in the living or fossil state. These successive changes are analogous to those which are to be observed in the development of the antlers in the...deer, which begin with a simple point and increase their number of tines until their limit is reached. It is obvious, from the progressive diminution...
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Darwinism: An Exposition of the Theory of Natural Selection, with Some of ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1889 - 494 lehte
...age, and that their successive changes are analogous to those which are observed in the development of antlers in the living deer, which begin with a simple point, and increase in number of tines till their limit of growth be reached. In other words, the development of antlers indicated...
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Darwinism and politics: with two additional essays on human evolution

David George Ritchie - 1901 - 141 lehte
...age, and that their successive changes are analogous to those which are observed in the development of antlers in the living deer, which begin with a simple point, and increase in number of tines till their limit of growth be reached. In other words, the development of antlers indicated...
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DARWINISM AN EXPOSITION OF THE THEORY OF NATURAL SELECTION WITH SOME OF ITS ...

ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1889
...age, and that their successive changes are analogous to those which are observed in the development of antlers in the living deer, which begin with a simple point, and increase in number of tines till their limit of growth be reached. In other words, the development of antlers indicated...
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The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London

Geological Society of London - 1880
...elk of the Pleistocene and Prehistoric ages. These successive changes are like those which take place in the development of the antlers in the living deer, which begin with a simple point and increase in size and in the number of tynes tip to their limit of growth. It is worthy of remark that in the Mid-Miocene...
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