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" the foraminiferous fauna of our own seas probably presents a greater range of variety than existed at any preceding period ; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type. "
The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London - Seite 300
1862
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The Natural History Review, Band 1;Band 8

1861
...Foraminiferous Fauna of our own seas probably presents a greater range of variety than existed at any preceding period ; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type. VII. The general principles thus educed from the study of the Foraminifera should be followed in the...
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Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, Band 2

1862
...fauna of our own seas probably represent* a greater range of variety than existed at any preceding period ; but there is no indication of any tendency...of Animal and Vegetable form, which is marked out by_ its physiological distinctness from the rest. In every one of these there is ample evidence of...
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A Manual of Zoology ...

1870 - 622 Seiten
...foraminiferous fauna of our own seas probably presents a greater range of variety than existed at any preceding period ; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type." ,* One of the most remarkable facts about their distribution at the present day, is the existence of...
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A Manual of Zoology for the Use of Students: With a General Introduction on ...

Henry Alleyne Nicholson - 1871 - 673 Seiten
...foraminiferous fauna of our own seas probably presents a greater range of variety than existed at any preceding period ; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type." One of the most remarkable facts about their distribution at the present day, is the existence of a...
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The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of ..., Band 2

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...Foraminiferous Fauna of our own seas probably present a greater range of variety than existed at any previous period ; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type.' Again, it has been not unreasonably urged by some persons that if the organic world had been really...
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Archebiosis

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...Foraminiferous Fauna of our own seas probably present a greater range of variety than existed at any previous period ; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type.' Again, it has been not unreasonably urged by some persons that if the organic world had been really...
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A Manual of Zoology for the Use of Students ... , with a General ...

Henry Alleyne Nicholson - 1873 - 706 Seiten
...foraminiferous fauna of our own seas probably presents a greater range of variety than existed at any preceding period ; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type." One of the most remarkable facts about their distribution at the present day, is the existence of a...
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A Manual of Zoology for the Use of Students with a General Introduction on ...

Henry Alleyne Nicholson - 1875 - 732 Seiten
...foraminiferous fauna of our own seas probably presents a greater range of variety than existed at any preceding period ; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type." One of the most remarkable facts about their distribution at the present day, is the existence of a...
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A Manual of Zoology: For the Use of Students : with a General Introduction ...

Henry Alleyne Nicholson - 1880 - 847 Seiten
...foraminiferous/i/7/«aofourown seas probably presents a greater range of variety than existed at any preceding period; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type." One of the most remarkable facts about their distribution at the present day, is the existence of a...
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Anthropogenesis

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - 1888
...Foraminiferous Fauna of our own series probably present a greater range of variety than existed at any previous period ; but there is no indication of any tendency to elevation towards a higher type." (" Introduction to the study of the Foraminifera," p. xi.) ' if there is no indication of change in...
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