Darwin and Modern Science: Essays in Commemoration of the Centenary of the Birth of Charles Darwin and of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Publication of the Origin of Species

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INDEX
Abraxas grossulariata, 94
Acquired characters, transmission of, 16, 22, 33, 90, 118, 139, 179, 180, 428, 429
Acraea johnstoni, 290
Adaptation, 19, 21, 26, 33-35, 45, 61-65, 99, 100, 272-275
Adloff, 133
Adlumia cirrhosa, 388
Agassiz, A., 369, 370
Agassiz, L., 171, 174
Alexander, 461
Allen, C. A., 1102
Alternation of generations, 106, 107, 217
Ameghino, 131, 132, 136
Ammon, O., Works of, 470
Ammonites, Descent of, 197, 198
Amphidesmus analis, 286
Anaea divina, 53
Andrews, C. W., 1941
Angiosperms, evolution of, 205-212, 313- 316
Anglicus, Bartholomaeus, 487
Ankyroderma, 31
Anomma, 35
Antedon rosacea, 249
Antennularia antennina, 262, 263
Anthropops, 127
Ants, modifications of, 34-36, 39
Arber, E. A. N., 213, 214
-- and J. Parkin, on the origin of Angiosperms, 221
Archaeopteryx, 196
Arctic regions, velocity of development of life in, 257
Ardigo, 453, 454
Argelander, 556, 560
Argyll, Huxley and the Duke of, 488
Aristotle, 5, 487, 490
Arrhenius, 249
Asterias, Loeb on hybridisation of, 249
Autogamy, 415
Arena fatua, 78
Avenarius, 456
Bacon, on mutability of species, 5, 6
Baehr, von, on Cytology, 94
Baer, law of von, 175
Bain, 444
Baldwin, J. M., 41, 4283
Balfour, A. J., 490, 566
Ball, J., 3161
Barber, Mrs M. E., on Papilio nireus, 280
Barclay, W., 5241
Barratt, 461
Bury, de, 226
Bates, H. W., on Mimicry, 54, 58, 275, 276, 286, 287, 290
-- Letters from Darwin to, 287, 288, 296
-- 484
Bateson, A., 421
BATESON, W., on Heredity and Variation in Modern lights, 85-101
-- on discontinuous evolution, 23, 238
-- on hybridisation, 242
Bateson, W. and B. P. Gregory, 4111
Bathmism, 13
Beche, de la, 361, 362
Beck, P., 498, 501, 509, 510
Becquerel, H., 569
Beebe, C. W., on the plumage of birds, 280, 281
-- on sexual selection, 297
Beguyer de Chancourtois, 566
Bell's ( Sir Charles) Anatomy of Expression, 432
Belopolsky, 560
Belt, T., on Mimicry, 293
Beneden, E. van, 1035
Benson, M., 2192, 220
Bentham, G., on Darwin's species-theory, 307
-- on geographical distribution, 298, 309
Bentham, Jeremy, 461
Bergson, H., 454, 498, 5052, 5072
Berkeley, 448
Berthelot, 480
Betham, Sir W., 514
Bickford, E., experiments on degeneration by, 40
Bignonia capreolata, 390
Biophores, 36, 37
Birds, geological history of, 196
Blanford, W. T., 322, 377
Blaringhem, on wounding, 287, 244

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