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" We must infer that a plant or animal of any species, is made up of special units, in all of which there dwells the intrinsic aptitude to aggregate into the form of that species : just as in the atoms of a salt, there dwells the intrinsic aptitude to crystallize... "
The Beginnings of life v.2 - Strana 90
podľa Henry Charlton Bastian - 1872
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The Principles of Biology, Zväzok 1

Herbert Spencer - 1864 - Počet stránok 1079
...have an innate tendency to arrange themselves into t!;e shape of the organism to which they belong. We must infer that a plant or animal of any species,...to conceive that this can be so; but we see that it is so. Groups of units taken from an organism (providing they are of a certain bulk and not much differentiated...
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The Principles of Biology, Zväzok 1

Herbert Spencer - 1864
...have an innate tendency to arrange themselves into the shape of the organism to which they belong. We must infer that a plant or animal of any species,...conceive that this can be so ; but we see that it is so. Groups of units taken from an organism (providing they are of a certain bulk and not much differentiated...
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The North American Review, Zväzok 107

1868
...have an innate tendency to arrange themselves into the shape of the organism to which they belong. We must infer that a plant or animal of any species...aptitude to aggregate into the form of that species We are thus compelled to recognize the tendency to assume the specific form as inherent in all parts...
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Chapters on Man: With the Outlines of a Science of Comparative Psychology

Charles Staniland Wake - 1868 - Počet stránok 343
...organisms which has hitherto escaped the research of physiologists. Mr. Herbert Spencer, indeed, says that "we must infer that a plant or animal of any species...aptitude to aggregate into the form of that species." f This "intrinsic aptitude," or " inherent tendency," constitutes the proof of the difference between...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - 1871 - Počet stránok 314
...have an innate tendency to arrange themselves into the shape of the organism to which they belong. We must infer that a plant or animal of any species...conceive that this can be so ; but we see that it is so." .... " For this property there is no fit term. If we accept the word polarity as a name for...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - 1871 - Počet stránok 342
...have an innate tendency to arrange themselves into the shape of the organism to which they belong. We must infer that a plant or animal of any species,...aggregate into the form of that species : just as in the 1 " Principles of Biology," vol. i p. 180. atoms of a salt, there dwells the intrinsic aptitude to...
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On the genesis of species

St. George Jackson Mivart - 1871
...aggregate into the form of that species : just as in the i " Principles of Biology," vol. i p. 180. atoms of a salt, there dwells the intrinsic aptitude...difficult to conceive that this can be so; but we see it is so." . . . . " For this property there is no fit term. If we accept the word polarity, as a name...
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Archebiosis

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...it is used to explain. \evertheless, in default of another word, we must employ this ; taking care, however, to restrict its meaning. If we simply substitute...to conceive that this can be so; but we see that it is so. Groups of units taken from an organism (providing they are of a certain bulk and not much differentiated...
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The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of ..., Zväzok 2

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872 - Počet stránok 640
...substitute the term " polarity " for the circuitous expression, " the power which certain units ticular c physiological units,' of which it is composed. On...to conceive that this can be so; but we see that it is so. Groups of units taken from an organism (providing they are of a certain bulk and not much differentiated...
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The Principles of Biology, Zväzok 1

Herbert Spencer - 1872
...have an innate tendency to arrange themselves into the shape of the organism to which they belong. We must infer that a plant or animal of any species,...which there dwells the intrinsic aptitude to aggregate into-tho form of that species : just as in the atoms of a salt, there dwells the intrinsic aptitude...
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