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" The ordinary notion of species as assemblages of individuals marked out from each other by definite characters that have been genetically transmitted from original proto-types similarly distinguished, is quite inapplicable to this group... "
The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London - Seite 299
1862
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The Natural History Review, Band 1;Band 8

1861
...of the geiiera of this group have been founded, and even in some instances those of its orders. II. The ordinary notion of species, as assemblages of...from original prototypes similarly distinguished, is * See especially on this subject the valuable researches of Dr. J. Braxton Hicks, " On the Development...
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The Natural History Review, Band 1;Band 8

1861
...been fevndrd, and even in some instances those of its ordert. II. The ordinary notion of •peciet, as assemblages of individuals marked out from each...from original prototypes similarly distinguished, is 8rt «at«cUnjr on IhU aubject UM TaJuable rwwtrcba of Dr. J. Braxton Hicki, " On Ik« Tu i lUamml...
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Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, Band 2

1862
...so great among Foraminifera, as to inelude not merely the differential characters which systematists proceeding upon the ordinary methods have accounted...inapplicable to this group ; since even if the limits of sueh assemblages were extended so as to include what would elsewhere be accounted genera, they would...
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The Intellectual Observer, Band 10

1867
...which the greater part of the genera, or even in some instances the orders, have been founded ; that the ordinary notion of species as assemblages of individuals...such assemblages were extended so as to include what elsewhere would be accounted genera, they would still be found so closely connected by gradational...
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Address to the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Delivered ...

William Robert Grove - 1867 - 80 Seiten
...of the genera of this group have been founded, and even in some instances those of its orders. II. The ordinary notion of species as assemblages of individuals...such assemblages were extended so as to include what elsewhere would be accounted genera, they would still be found so intimately connected by gradational...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 36

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1867
...of tho genera of this giwip have been founded, and even in some instances those of its orders. II. The ordinary notion of species as assemblages of individuals...such assemblages were extended so as to include what elsewhere would be accounted genera, they would still be found so intimately connected by gradational...
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Archebiosis

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...of the genera of this group have been founded, and even in some instances those of its orders. . . . The ordinary notion of species, as assemblages of...distinguished, is quite inapplicable to this group j since, even if the limits of such assemblages were extended so as to include what would elsewhere...
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The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of ..., Band 2

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...of the genera of this group have been founded, and even in some instances those of its arders. . , . The ordinary notion of species, as assemblages of individuals marked out from each other bj definite characters that have been genetically transmitted from original prototypes similarly distinguished,...
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The Correlation of Physical Forces

William Robert Grove - 1874 - 466 Seiten
...accounted genera of this group have been founded, and even in some instances those of its orders. II. The ordinary notion of species as assemblages of individuals...such assemblages were extended so as to include what elsewhere would be accounted genera, they would still be found so intimately connected by gradational...
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A Student's Text-book of Zoology, Band 1

Adam Sedgwick - 1898
...which, indeed, often constitute a complete series. Carpenter* on this subject writes as follows : " The ordinary notion of species as assemblages of individuals marked out from each other by definite FIG. 7. — Kuglyitha gl<^»i (after 1 1 1 ;••-.: and Lesser). Flo. 8. — Diffliujia oblmga (after...
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