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" There is no evidence of any fundamental modification or advance in the Foraminiferous type from the Palaeozoic period to the present time. "
The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London - Seite 300
1862
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The Natural History Review, Band 1;Band 8

1861
...these and the existing inhabitants of our seas, is as complete as the nature of the case admits. VI. There is no evidence of any fundamental modification...Foraminiferous Fauna seems to have been chiefly composed of smaller and simpler types, and the commencement of the Tertiary, of which one of the earliest members...
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The Natural History Review, Band 1;Band 8

1861
...these and the existing inhabitants of our seas, is as complete as the nature of the case admits. VI. There is no evidence of any fundamental modification...have taken place between the Cretaceous period, whose Foraminiforous Fauna seems to have been chiefly composed of smaller and simpler types, and the commencement...
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The Natural History Review, Band 1;Band 8

1861
...these and the existing inhabitants of our seas, is as complete as the nature of the case admits. VI. There is no evidence of any fundamental modification or advance in the Forarniniferous type from the Palaeozoic period to the present time. The most marked transition appears...
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Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, Band 2

1862
...in the course of genetic descent from a common ancestry. "4. Even in regard to these family- types, it may fairly be questioned whether analogical evidence...modification or advance in the foraminiferous type from the PaUeozoic period to the present time. The most marked transition appears to have taken place between...
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The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of ..., Band 2

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...Dr. Carpenter concerning the structure of Foraminifera, and we have his deliberate statement that ' ' there is no evidence of any fundamental modification...type from the palaeozoic period to the present time.' And further 1 Mr. Darwin says (' Origin of Species,' p. 409) : — ' Consider the prodigious vicissitudes...
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All the Articles of the Darwin Faith

Francis Orpen Morris - 1875 - 50 Seiten
...England " (except myself) : and therefore whereas Dr. Carpenter distinctly asserts there has been " no advance in the Foraminiferous type from the Palaeozoic period to the present time," and states his conviction that " the present state of scientific evidence, instead of sanctioning the...
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The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin: Including an ..., Band 2

Charles Darwin - 1887
...represents me as blind to the significance of the general fact stated by me, that ' there has been no advance in the foraminiferous type from the palaeozoic period to the present time.' But for such a foregone conclusion he would have recognised in this statement the expression of my...
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The Geology of England and Wales: With Notes on the Physical Features of the ...

Horace Bolingbroke Woodward, Edwin Tulley Newton - 1887 - 670 Seiten
...few living genera of Mollusca, such as Lingula, Terebratula, and Rhynchonella. As might be expected, there is no evidence of any fundamental modification or advance in the Foraminifera from the Palaeozoic period to the present day.2 In these early periods the same groups...
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Anthropogenesis

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - 1888
...Dr. Carpenter's authoritative statement about the Foramittifera. " There is no evidence," he says, " of any fundamental modification or advance in the...the palaeozoic period to the present time. . . . The Foraminiferous Fauna of our own series probably present a greater range of variety than existed at...
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The Secret Doctrine: Anthropogenesis

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - 1893
...269 All of which may be closed with Dr. Carpenter's authoritative statement about the Foraminifera : There is no evidence of any fundamental modification...the palaeozoic period to the present time. . . . The foraminiferous fauna of our own series probably present a greater range of variety than existed at...
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