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" ... let these same changes cause the number of rabbits very slowly to decrease, and the number of hares to increase; the effect of this would be that the fox or dog would be driven to try... "
Edinburgh Review, Or, Critical Journal - Página 506
1860
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The Living Age ..., Volumen66

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1860
...of this would bo that the fox or dog would be driven to try to catch more hares ; his organization, however, being slightly plastic, those individuals...longest limbs, and best eyesight, let the difference bo ever so small, would be slightly favored, and would tend to live longer, and to survive during that...
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Palaeontology Or a Systematic Summary of Extinct Animals and Their ...

Richard Owen - 1861 - 463 páginas
...of this would be that the fox or dog would be driven to try to catch more hares ; his organization, however, being slightly plastic, those individuals...survive during that time of the year when food was scareest ; they would also rear more young, which would tend to inherit these slight peculiarities....
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Palaeontology: Or, A Systematic Summary of Extinct Animals and Their ...

Richard Owen - 1861 - 420 páginas
...to catch more hares; his organization, however, being slightly plastie, those individuals with (he lightest forms, longest limbs, and best eyesight,...the difference be ever so small, would be slightly faeoured, and would tend to live longer, and to surviee during that time of the year when food was...
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The Anthropological Review, Volumen1

1863
...plastic, those individuals with the most powerful claws, and in whom the scapular arch was most mobile, let the difference be ever so small, would be slightly...and would tend to live longer, and to survive during the time of the year when the food was scarcest; they would also rear more young, which would tend...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volumen32

1863
...the slenderest middle digit, let the difference be ever so small, would be to that extent favoured, would tend to live longer, and to survive during that time of the year when birds or fruits were scarcest ; they would also rear more young, which would tend to inherit these...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volumen32

1863
...the slenderest middle digit, let the difference be ever so small, would bo to that extent favoured, would tend to live longer, and to survive during that time of the year when binls or fruits wore scarcest ; they would also rear more young, which would tend to inherit these...
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The Darwinian Theory of the Transmutation of Species

Robert Mackenzie Beverley - 1867 - 386 páginas
...and best eye-sight, would be ' slightly favoured,' would tend to live longer, and survive when the food was scarcest. They 'would also rear more young, which would tend to inherit ing through it, not those which the Theory supposes were destroyed as the consequence of their remaining...
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The Darwinian Theory of the Transmutation of Species Examined by a Graduate ...

Robert Mackenzie Beverley - 1867 - 386 páginas
...and best eye-sight, would be ' slightly favoured,' would tend to live longer, and survive when the food was scarcest. They would also rear more young, which would tend to inherit ing through it, not those which the Theory supposes were destroyed as the consequence of their remaining...
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On the Anatomy of Vertebrates ...: Mammals

Richard Owen - 1868 - 2157 páginas
...rabbits very slowly to decrease, and the number of hares to increase : the effect of this would be that the fox or dog would be driven to try to catch more...lightest forms, longest limbs, and best eyesight, let the differences be ever so small, would be slightly favoured, and would tend to live longer, and to survive...
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On the Anatomy of Vertebrates ...: Mammals

Richard Owen - 1868
...rabbits very slowly to decrease, and the number of hares to increase : the effect of this would be that the fox or dog would be driven to try to catch more...lightest forms, longest limbs, and best eyesight, let the differences be ever so small, would be slightly favoured, and would tend to live longer, and to survive...
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