The Making of Species

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Douglas Dewar and Frank Finn

Series: Science, Evolution and Creationism
BISAC: SCI027000

This book, originally published near the start of the twentieth century, was written with two aims in mind. In the first place, the authors attempted to place before the general public in simple language a true statement of the then-present position of biological science. In the second place, they endeavoured to furnish the scientific men of the day with food for reflection.

 

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Chapter 1. Rise of the Theory of Natural Selection and Its Subsequent Development

Chapter 2. Some of the More Important Objections to the Theory of Natural Selection

Chapter 3. Variation

Chapter 4. Hybridism

Chapter 5. Inheritance

Chapter 6. The Colouration of Organisms

Chapter 7. Sexual Dimorphism

Chapter 8. The Factors of Evolution

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Index

 

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