Evolution, Genetics, and Man

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Index
Abel, 274
Aberrations, chromosomal, 63-68, 83
in Drosophila, 143-148, 176, 219
Abiogenesis, 16
Achillea, 154-157, 163
Acorn worm, 244-246
Acquired characters, 77-80, 89, 115
Adaptation, 12, 13, 35, 73, 91, 110, 154-155
and diversity, 162, 167
and modification, 75-77
and mutation, 106-107
and preadaptation, 369, 370
chemical, 244
complex, 368, 369
for cross-fertilization, 259
in bacteria, 92-100
in man, 5, 334, 335
origin by selection, 14, 19, 91, 102, 109-133, 158, 159, 290
Adaptive niche, 370
Adaptive plasticity, 345
Adaptive radiation, 291-293, 295, 296, 307, 314, 315, 326, 366
Adaptive value, 119, 120, 122, 123, 147, 148, 177
Adenosine triphosphate, 243-246
Adrenaline, 274, 275
Age of Amphibians, 289-291, 373
Age of Mammals, 293-296, 373; see also Mammals
Age of Reptiles, 373; see also Reptiles
Albertus Magnus, 166
Albinism, 74, 76, 140, 248
in man, 31, 33, 40, 42
Algae, 9, 12, 91, 254-256
Allee, 113, 133, 341, 356
Alleles, see Gene alleles
Allison, 143, 219
Allium, see Onion
Allometric growth, 346
Allopatric, 137, 138, 160, 163, 167-169, 179, 183-188, 345
Allopolyploids, 168, 202, 204, 208
Allotetraploids, 204-206
Amadon, 314, 318
Amaurotic idiocy, 32, 107, 140
Amino acids, 7, 11, 18, 19, 83
Amoeba, 12
Amphidasys, 104
Amphioxus, 369
Amputation, effects of, 78
Analogy, 231, 233-235, 238, 247, 249, 306, 308
Anaphase, 46-48, 50
Anatomy, comparative, 227-232
Anaximander, 3, 357
Ancon sheep, 81
Anderson, Edgar, 127, 133, 213
Anderson, E. H., 98
Andrewartha, 133, 163
Anemia, 32, 219
Aneuploid, 64, 66, 82
Animalculists, 222
Anthropoid apes, see Apes
Anthropology, 135, 137, 159, 160-162, 346-354; see also Man
Anthropomorphism, 343
Antibiotics, 96, 98
Antibodies, 89, 100, 246, 247
Ants, 269, 270, 341-343
Apes, anthropoid, 4, 321, 323, 324, 326, 327, 335, 337, 338, 341
Appendix, vermiform, 242
Apples, 125
Aquilegia, 175

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