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" It includes only the following conditions, namely, separate origin and distinctness of race, evinced by the constant transmission of some characteristic peculiarity of organization. "
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal - Página 233
1847
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Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind: Introduction. On the origin ...

James Cowles Prichard - 1836
...natural history is very definite and intelligible. It includes only the following conditions, namely, separate origin and distinctness of race, evinced...of some characteristic peculiarity of organization. A race of animals or of plants marked by any peculiar character which has always been constant and...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts, Volumen3;Volumen53

1847
...conflict strongly with his main position. — Seo Researcher into the Phytical History of Mankind, vol. i. practical observers, any authenticated examples of...some other species. Races are properly successions of individ- ' uals propagated from any given stock ; and we agree with the learned Dr. Prichard, from...
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Human Physiology: Designed for Colleges and the Higher Classes in Schools ...

Worthington Hooker - 1861 - 454 páginas
...variety are acquired. "The term species," says Priclmrd, "includes only the following conditions, namely, separate origin and distinctness of race, evinced...of some characteristic peculiarity of organization. A race of animals or of plants marked by any lieculiarity which it has ever constantly displayed, is...
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THE ORIGIN AND ANTIQUITY OF PHYSICAL MAN SCIENTIFICALLY CONSIDERED

HUDSON TUTTLE - 1866
...defines species: "It includes only the following conditions; namely, separate origin and distinction of race, evinced by the constant transmission of some characteristic peculiarity of organization. Permanent varieties are those, which, having once taken place, continue to be propagated in the breed...
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Hooker's New Physiology

Worthington Hooker - 1874
...are acquired. " The term species," says Prichard, " includes only the following conditions, namely, separate origin and distinctness of race, evinced...of some characteristic peculiarity of organization. A race of animals or of plants marked by any peculiarity which it has ever constantly displayed, if...
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Hooker's New Physiology: Designed as a Text-book for Institutions of Learning

Worthington Hooker - 1874 - 376 páginas
...are acquired. " The term species," says Prichard, " includes only the following conditions, namely, separate origin and distinctness of race, evinced...of some characteristic peculiarity of organization. A race of animals or of plants marked by any peculiarity which it has ever constantly displayed, if...
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Hooker's New Physiology: Designed as a Text-book for Institutions of Learning

Worthington Hooker - 1875 - 376 páginas
...are acquired. " The term species," says Prichard, " includes only the following conditions, namely, separate origin and distinctness of race, evinced by the constant transmission of somo characteristic peculiarity of organization. A race of animals or of plants marked by any peculiarity...
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A Vocabulary of the Philosophical Sciences: Including the Vocabulary of ...

Charles Porterfield Krauth - 1878 - 1044 páginas
...word species is very definite and intelligible; it includes only the following conditions, namely, separate origin and distinctness of race, evinced...by the constant transmission of some characteristic of organization." Dr. Carpenter: " When it can be shown that two races have had a separate origin,...
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A vocabulary of the philosophical Sciences

Charles P. Krauth - 1881
...word species is very definite and intelligible; it includes only the following conditions, namely, separate origin and distinctness of race, evinced...by the constant transmission of some characteristic of organization." Dr. Carpenter: 11 When it can be shown that two races have had a separate origin,...
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Origin and Antiquity of Man

Hudson Tuttle - 1896 - 218 páginas
...defines species: "It includes only the following conditions; namely, separate origin and distinction of race, evinced by the constant transmission of some characteristic peculiarity of organization. Permanent varieties are those, which, having once taken place, continue to be propagated in the breed...
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