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" To give an imaginary example from changes in progress on an island: — let the organization of a canine animal which preyed chiefly on rabbits, but sometimes on hares, become slightly plastic; let these same changes cause the number of rabbits very slowly... "
Palaeontology: Or, A Systematic Summary of Extinct Animals and Their ... - 434 페이지
저자: Richard Owen - 1861 - 420 페이지
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Edinburgh Review, Or, Critical Journal, 111권

1860
...types, — the created apes and monkeys are derivatives. He might have illustrated it as follows : — To give an imaginary example from changes in progress on an island : let the organisation of a wild man feeding chiefly on fruits become slightly plastic ; let corresponding changes...
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British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1859
...had previously to Mr. Wallace illustrated this principle by ingenious suppositions, of which I select the following: — " To give an imaginary example...number of hares to increase ; the effect of this would be that the fox or dog would be driven to try to catch more hares : his organization, however, being...
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Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 3-4권

Linnean Society of London - 1859
...years, Bakewell effected in cattle, and Western in sheep, by this identical principle of selection ? To give an imaginary example from changes in progress on an island : — let the organization of a cauinc animal which preyed ehiefly on rabbits, but sometimes on hares, become slightly plastic ; let...
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The Living Age ..., 66권

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1860
...types, — the created apes and monkeys are derivatives. He might have illustrated it as follows : — To give an imaginary example from changes in progress on an island : let the organization of a wild man feeding chiefly on fruits become slightly plastic ; let corresponding changes cause the sources...
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On the Anatomy of Vertebrates ...: Mammals

Richard Owen - 1868
...ii. p. 461. * ccxiii". p. 184, Ed. 1. * Tills conclusion of the passage is omitted in late- -J!'f— canine animal which preyed chiefly on rabbits, but...number of hares to increase : the effect of this would be that the fox or dog would be driven to try to catch more hares ; his organisation, however, being...
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On the Anatomy of Vertebrates ...: Mammals

Richard Owen - 1868 - 2157 페이지
...illustrated in the Paper in which he first communicated his views to the Liunsean Society. It is by ' an imaginary example from changes in progress on an island ' : — ' Let the organisation of a 1 ccxcvm". ii. p. 461. * ccxm". p. 184, Ed. 1. 1 This conclusion of the passage is...
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On the Anatomy of Vertebrates ...: Mammals

Richard Owen - 1868 - 2157 페이지
...illustrated in the Paper in which he first communicated his views to the Linnrean Society. It is by ' an imaginary example from changes in progress on an island ' : — ' Let the organisation of a 1 ccxcvm". ii. p. 461. * ccxin". p. 184, Ed. 1. canine animal which preyed chiefly...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1869
...illustrated in the paper in which he first communicated his views to the Linneean Society. It is by ' an imaginary example from changes in progress on an...number of hares to increase : the effect of this would be that the fox or dog would be driven to try to catch more hares; his organization, however, being...
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Parrots in captivity, with notes by the hon. F.G. Dutton, 1-2권

Frederick George Dutton (hon) - 1884
...the same application of this principle, which he illustrates in his work On tlw Origin of Species, by many ingenious suppositions, such as the following:...number of hares to increase; the effect of this would bo that the fox, or dog, would be driven to try to catch more hares; his organization, however, being...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 60권

1902
...years, Bakewell effected in cattle, and Western in sheep, by this identical principle of selection? To give an imaginary example from changes in progress...number of hares to increase ; the effect of this would be that the fox or dog would be driven to try to catch more hares ; his organization, however, being...
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