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" The life of animals exhibits a continued series of changes, which occupy so short a period that we can generally trace their entire order of succession, and perceive the whole chain of their metamorphoses. But the metamorphoses of species proceed so slowly... "
Lectures on Comparative Anatomy - Seite 1005
von Robert Edmond Grant - 1834
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1842
...transmutation-theory has heen promulgated, as supported by Palaeontology : — " The life of animals exhibits a continued series of changes, which occupy so short...their origin, their maturity, nor their decay ; and we ascribe to them a kind of perpetuity on the earth. A slight inspection of the organic relics deposited...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Band 33

1842
...period, that we can generally trace their entire order of succession, and perceive the whole change of their metamorphoses. But the metamorphoses of species...their origin, their maturity, nor their decay ; and we ascribe to them a kind of perpetuity on the earth. A slight inspection of the organic relics deposited...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 33

Robert Jameson - 1842
...period, that we can generally trace their entire order of succession, and perceive tlie whole change of their metamorphoses. But the metamorphoses of species...neither perceive their origin, their maturity, nor thoir decay ; and we ascribe to them a kind of perpetuity on the earth. A slight inspection of the...
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Report on the Geology of South Carolina

Geological and Agricultural Survey of the State of South Carolina - 1848 - 293 Seiten
...from one species to another, the reply is that the time is not sufficient for their observation—" the metamorphoses of species proceed so slowly with...perceive their origin, their maturity, nor their decay." But to the organic forms preserved in the solid crust of the earth, this Want of tune cannot apply:...
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The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of ..., Band 2

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...individuals which compose them, have also their limits of duration. ' The life of animals exhibits a constant series of changes, which occupy so short a period,...their origin, their maturity, nor their decay, and we ascribe to them a kind of perpetuity on the earth.' PART III. HETEROGENESIS. CHAPTER XVI. ANCIENT AND...
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Archebiosis

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...individuals which compose them, have also their limits of duration. ' The life of animals exhibits a constant series of changes, which occupy so short a period,...their origin, their maturity, nor their decay, and we ascribe to them a kind of perpetuity on the earth.' PART III. HETEROGENESIS. CHAPTER XVI. ANCIENT AND...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 11

1842
...life of animals exhibits a continued series of changes, which occupy so short a period that we call generally trace their entire order of succession,...their origin, their maturity, nor their decay ; and we ascribe to them a kind of perpetuity on the earth. A slight inspection of the organic relics deposited...
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