Darwin, and After Darwin, Volume 2 Post-Darwinian Questions: Heredity and Utility
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Darwin, and After Darwin, Volume 2 Post-Darwinian Questions: Heredity and Utility

By George John Romanes
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  • DARWIN, AND AFTER DARWIN
    • II POST-DARWINIAN QUESTIONS HEREDITY AND UTILITY
  • DARWIN, AND AFTER DARWIN
    • AN EXPOSITION OF THE DARWINIAN THEORY AND A DISCUSSION OF POST-DARWINIAN QUESTIONS
      • II POST-DARWINIAN QUESTIONS HEREDITY AND UTILITY
        • FOURTH EDITION
        • Chicago London THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING COMPANY 1916
      • FOURTH EDITION
      • Chicago London THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING COMPANY 1916
    • II POST-DARWINIAN QUESTIONS HEREDITY AND UTILITY
      • FOURTH EDITION
      • Chicago London THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING COMPANY 1916
    • FOURTH EDITION
    • Chicago London THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING COMPANY 1916
    • PREFACE
    • NOTE
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • CHAPTER I. Introductory: The Darwinism of Darwin, and of the Post-Darwinian Schools.
    • SECTION I HEREDITY
    • CHAPTER II. Characters As Hereditary and Acquired (Preliminary).
    • CHAPTER III. Characters as Hereditary and Acquired (continued).
      • (A.) Indirect Evidence in favour of the Inheritance of Acquired Characters.
      • (B.) Inherited Effects of Use and of Disuse.
    • (A.) Indirect Evidence in favour of the Inheritance of Acquired Characters.
    • (B.) Inherited Effects of Use and of Disuse.
    • CHAPTER IV. Characters As Hereditary and Acquired (continued).
      • (C.) Experimental Evidence in favour of the Inheritance of Acquired Characters.
    • (C.) Experimental Evidence in favour of the Inheritance of Acquired Characters.
    • CHAPTER V. Characters as Hereditary and Acquired (continued).
      • (A. and B.) Direct and Indirect Evidence in favour of the Non-inheritance of Acquired Characters[81].
      • (C.) Experimental Evidence as to the Non-inheritance of Acquired Characters.
    • (A. and B.) Direct and Indirect Evidence in favour of the Non-inheritance of Acquired Characters[81].
    • (C.) Experimental Evidence as to the Non-inheritance of Acquired Characters.
    • CHAPTER VI. Characters as Hereditary and Acquired (conclusion[84]).
    • SECTION II UTILITY
    • CHAPTER VII. Characters as Adaptive and Specific.
    • CHAPTER VIII. Characters as Adaptive and Specific (continued).
      • I. Climate.
      • II. Food.
      • III. Sexual Selection.
      • IV. Isolation.
      • V. Laws of Growth.
    • I. Climate.
    • II. Food.
    • III. Sexual Selection.
    • IV. Isolation.
    • V. Laws of Growth.
    • CHAPTER IX. Characters as Adaptive and Specific (continued).
      • (A.)
      • (B.)
      • (C.)
    • (A.)
    • (B.)
    • (C.)
    • CHAPTER X. Characters as Adaptive and Specific (concluded).
      • Summary.
    • Summary.
    • APPENDICES AND NOTES
    • APPENDIX I. On Panmixia.
    • APPENDIX II. On Characters as Adaptive and Specific.
    • Note A to Page 57.
    • Note B to Page 89.
    • INDEX
    • LIST OF OPEN COURT PUBLICATIONS ON SCIENCE
    • PORTRAITS
      • Philosophical and Psychological Portrait Series
        • PHILOSOPHICAL
        • PSYCHOLOGICAL
        • Portraits of Eminent Mathematicians
      • PHILOSOPHICAL
      • PSYCHOLOGICAL
      • Portraits of Eminent Mathematicians
    • Philosophical and Psychological Portrait Series
      • PHILOSOPHICAL
      • PSYCHOLOGICAL
      • Portraits of Eminent Mathematicians
    • PHILOSOPHICAL
    • PSYCHOLOGICAL
    • Portraits of Eminent Mathematicians
    • FOOTNOTES
      • Transcriber's Note
    • Transcriber's Note
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