A Mechanico-Physiological Theory of Organic Evolution
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A Mechanico-Physiological Theory of Organic Evolution

By Carl Nägeli
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Table of Contents
  • A
    • MECHANICO-PHYSIOLOGICAL
  • ORGANIC EVOLUTION
    • SECOND EDITION
      • CHICAGO THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING CO. 1914
    • CHICAGO THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING CO. 1914
    • PREFATORY NOTE.
    • A MECHANICO-PHYSIOLOGICAL THEORY OF ORGANIC EVOLUTION.
      • SUMMARY.
        • 1. FORMATION OF UNORGANIZED BODIES (CRYSTALS).
        • 2. FORMATION OF LIVING ORGANIZED (MICELLAR) BODIES.
        • 3. SPONTANEOUS GENERATION. LIFE. GROWTH.
        • 4. PARTIAL DEATH OF THE INDIVIDUAL: REPRODUCTION.
        • 5. MORPHOLOGY OF THE IDIOPLASM IN GENERAL.
        • 6. FUNCTION OF THE IDIOPLASM IN GENERAL.
        • 7. DETERMINANTS: THEIR ORIGIN AND DISAPPEARANCE.
        • 8. DEFINITE NOTIONS WITH REGARD TO THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE IDIOPLASM.
        • 9. DEFINITE NOTIONS REGARDING THE FUNCTION OF THE IDIOPLASM.
        • 10. TRANSMISSION OF IDIOPLASMIC DETERMINANTS IN LOCAL VARIATION AND IN FECUNDATION.
        • 11. ACTION OF EXTERNAL INFLUENCES.[E]
        • 12. CONDITIONS OF PHYLOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE DETERMINANTS. ATAVISM.
        • 13. ONTOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE DETERMINANTS.
        • 14. ESSENTIAL NATURE OF THE ORGANISM.
        • 15. REPRODUCTION, AND RELATION BETWEEN PARENTS AND OFFSPRING.
        • 16. HEREDITY AND VARIATION.
        • 17. VARIETY, RACE, MODIFICATION.
        • 18. SOCIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ORIGIN OF SPECIES.
        • 19. GENERAL RELATION OF THE PHYLOGENETIC LINES IN THE ORGANIC KINGDOMS.
        • 20. LAWS OF EVOLUTION OF THE PLANT KINGDOM.
        • 21. ALTERNATION OF GENERATIONS IN RELATION TO PHYLOGENY.
        • 22. MORPHOLOGY AS THE SCIENCE OF PHYLOGENY.
        • 23. PLANT CLASSIFICATION FROM THE STANDPOINT OF PHYLOGENY.
      • 1. FORMATION OF UNORGANIZED BODIES (CRYSTALS).
      • 2. FORMATION OF LIVING ORGANIZED (MICELLAR) BODIES.
      • 3. SPONTANEOUS GENERATION. LIFE. GROWTH.
      • 4. PARTIAL DEATH OF THE INDIVIDUAL: REPRODUCTION.
      • 5. MORPHOLOGY OF THE IDIOPLASM IN GENERAL.
      • 6. FUNCTION OF THE IDIOPLASM IN GENERAL.
      • 7. DETERMINANTS: THEIR ORIGIN AND DISAPPEARANCE.
      • 8. DEFINITE NOTIONS WITH REGARD TO THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE IDIOPLASM.
      • 9. DEFINITE NOTIONS REGARDING THE FUNCTION OF THE IDIOPLASM.
      • 10. TRANSMISSION OF IDIOPLASMIC DETERMINANTS IN LOCAL VARIATION AND IN FECUNDATION.
      • 11. ACTION OF EXTERNAL INFLUENCES.[E]
      • 12. CONDITIONS OF PHYLOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE DETERMINANTS. ATAVISM.
      • 13. ONTOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE DETERMINANTS.
      • 14. ESSENTIAL NATURE OF THE ORGANISM.
      • 15. REPRODUCTION, AND RELATION BETWEEN PARENTS AND OFFSPRING.
      • 16. HEREDITY AND VARIATION.
      • 17. VARIETY, RACE, MODIFICATION.
      • 18. SOCIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ORIGIN OF SPECIES.
      • 19. GENERAL RELATION OF THE PHYLOGENETIC LINES IN THE ORGANIC KINGDOMS.
      • 20. LAWS OF EVOLUTION OF THE PLANT KINGDOM.
      • 21. ALTERNATION OF GENERATIONS IN RELATION TO PHYLOGENY.
      • 22. MORPHOLOGY AS THE SCIENCE OF PHYLOGENY.
      • 23. PLANT CLASSIFICATION FROM THE STANDPOINT OF PHYLOGENY.
    • SUMMARY.
      • 1. FORMATION OF UNORGANIZED BODIES (CRYSTALS).
      • 2. FORMATION OF LIVING ORGANIZED (MICELLAR) BODIES.
      • 3. SPONTANEOUS GENERATION. LIFE. GROWTH.
      • 4. PARTIAL DEATH OF THE INDIVIDUAL: REPRODUCTION.
      • 5. MORPHOLOGY OF THE IDIOPLASM IN GENERAL.
      • 6. FUNCTION OF THE IDIOPLASM IN GENERAL.
      • 7. DETERMINANTS: THEIR ORIGIN AND DISAPPEARANCE.
      • 8. DEFINITE NOTIONS WITH REGARD TO THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE IDIOPLASM.
      • 9. DEFINITE NOTIONS REGARDING THE FUNCTION OF THE IDIOPLASM.
      • 10. TRANSMISSION OF IDIOPLASMIC DETERMINANTS IN LOCAL VARIATION AND IN FECUNDATION.
      • 11. ACTION OF EXTERNAL INFLUENCES.[E]
      • 12. CONDITIONS OF PHYLOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE DETERMINANTS. ATAVISM.
      • 13. ONTOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE DETERMINANTS.
      • 14. ESSENTIAL NATURE OF THE ORGANISM.
      • 15. REPRODUCTION, AND RELATION BETWEEN PARENTS AND OFFSPRING.
      • 16. HEREDITY AND VARIATION.
      • 17. VARIETY, RACE, MODIFICATION.
      • 18. SOCIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ORIGIN OF SPECIES.
      • 19. GENERAL RELATION OF THE PHYLOGENETIC LINES IN THE ORGANIC KINGDOMS.
      • 20. LAWS OF EVOLUTION OF THE PLANT KINGDOM.
      • 21. ALTERNATION OF GENERATIONS IN RELATION TO PHYLOGENY.
      • 22. MORPHOLOGY AS THE SCIENCE OF PHYLOGENY.
      • 23. PLANT CLASSIFICATION FROM THE STANDPOINT OF PHYLOGENY.
    • 1. FORMATION OF UNORGANIZED BODIES (CRYSTALS).
    • 2. FORMATION OF LIVING ORGANIZED (MICELLAR) BODIES.
    • 3. SPONTANEOUS GENERATION. LIFE. GROWTH.
    • 4. PARTIAL DEATH OF THE INDIVIDUAL: REPRODUCTION.
    • 5. MORPHOLOGY OF THE IDIOPLASM IN GENERAL.
    • 6. FUNCTION OF THE IDIOPLASM IN GENERAL.
    • 7. DETERMINANTS: THEIR ORIGIN AND DISAPPEARANCE.
    • 8. DEFINITE NOTIONS WITH REGARD TO THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE IDIOPLASM.
    • 9. DEFINITE NOTIONS REGARDING THE FUNCTION OF THE IDIOPLASM.
    • 10. TRANSMISSION OF IDIOPLASMIC DETERMINANTS IN LOCAL VARIATION AND IN FECUNDATION.
    • 11. ACTION OF EXTERNAL INFLUENCES.[E]
    • 12. CONDITIONS OF PHYLOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE DETERMINANTS. ATAVISM.
    • 13. ONTOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE DETERMINANTS.
    • 14. ESSENTIAL NATURE OF THE ORGANISM.
    • 15. REPRODUCTION, AND RELATION BETWEEN PARENTS AND OFFSPRING.
    • 16. HEREDITY AND VARIATION.
    • 17. VARIETY, RACE, MODIFICATION.
    • 18. SOCIAL AND INDIVIDUAL ORIGIN OF SPECIES.
    • 19. GENERAL RELATION OF THE PHYLOGENETIC LINES IN THE ORGANIC KINGDOMS.
    • 20. LAWS OF EVOLUTION OF THE PLANT KINGDOM.
    • 21. ALTERNATION OF GENERATIONS IN RELATION TO PHYLOGENY.
    • 22. MORPHOLOGY AS THE SCIENCE OF PHYLOGENY.
    • 23. PLANT CLASSIFICATION FROM THE STANDPOINT OF PHYLOGENY.
    • APPENDIX.
      • TRANSLATORS' NOTES.
        • FOOTNOTES
      • FOOTNOTES
    • TRANSLATORS' NOTES.
      • FOOTNOTES
    • FOOTNOTES
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