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" ... be the case. The advantage, whatever it may be, is utterly outbalanced by numerical inferiority. A million creatures are born; ten thousand survive to produce offspring. One of the million has twice as good a chance as any other of surviving, but... "
The Law of Heredity: A Study of the Cause of Variation, and the Origin of ... - 274 페이지
저자: William Keith Brooks - 1883 - 336 페이지
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The North British review, 46권

1867
...; and still more difficult when the advantage gained is very slight, as must generally be the case. The advantage, whatever it may be, is utterly outbalanced...thousand survive to produce offspring. One of the mOlion has twice as good a chance as any other of surviving ; but the chances are fifty to one against...
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Nature, 5권

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1872
...reviewer started with a seemingly simple statement of the case — " A million creatures are born ; 10,000 survive to produce offspring. One of the million has twice as good a chance of surviving ; but the chances are * By way of correcting a further misapprehension rf Prof. Cope,...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - 1871 - 314 페이지
...; and still more difficult when the advantage gained is very slight, as must generally be the case. The advantage, whatever it may be, is utterly out-balanced...but the chances are fifty to one against the gifted individuals being one of the hundred survivors. No doubt the chances are twice as great against any...
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Essays on Darwinism

Thomas Roscoe Rede Stebbing - 1871 - 184 페이지
...useful variation almost or altogether to an arithmetical impossibility. ' The advantage,' we are told, ' whatever it may be, is utterly outbalanced by numerical...but the chances are fifty to one against the gifted individual's being one of the hundred survivors. No doubt the chances are twice as great against any...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., 48권

1871
...not sufficient to account for the origin of a new species. We will give the argument as it stands.1 " A million creatures are born; ten thousand survive...but the chances are fifty to one against the gifted individual's being one of the hundred survivors (sic). » ' North British Review,' June, 1867, p. 288....
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Nature, 5권

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1872
...reviewer started with a seemingly simple statement of the case — " A million creatures are born ; 10,000 survive to produce offspring. One of the million has twice as good a chance of surviving ; but the chances are * By way of correcting a further misapprehension < f Prof. Cope,...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., 13권

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1876
...— "The advantage gained by one individual who has been favourably modified, is utterly overbalanced by numerical inferiority. A million creatures are...survive to produce offspring ; one of the million (from a favourable variation) has twice as good a chance as any other of surviving, but the chances...
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The errors of evolution, ed., with an intr., by H.L. Hastings

Robert Patterson - 1885
...slight individual advantage would be overwhelmed by the power of the greater numbers of the unimproved: "A million creatures are born. Ten thousand survive...But the chances are fifty to one against the gifted individual's being one of the hundred survivors All that can be said is, that in the above example...
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The Shrewsbury Edition of the Works of Samuel Butler: Life and habit

Samuel Butler - 1923
...232 indeed; and Still more, when the advantage gained is very slight, as must generally be the case. The advantage, whatever it may be, is utterly outbalanced...No doubt the chances are twice as great against any other individual, but this does not prevent their being enormously in favour of some average individual....
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Plant Variation and Evolution

David Briggs, Stuart Max Walters - 1997 - 512 페이지
...indeed; and still more difficult when the advantage gained is very slight, as must generally be the case. The advantage, whatever it may be, is utterly out-balanced...but the chances are fifty to one against the gifted individuals being one of the hundred survivors. No doubt, the chances are twice as great against any...
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