Cover of A Mechanico Physiological Theory Of Organic Evolution

A Mechanico Physiological Theory Of Organic Evolution

Auhtor: Carl Von Ngeli

Language: english
Published: 1898

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Excerpts from the Book 'A Mechanico Physiological Theory Of Organic Evolution':

... Mr. Clark had become so far intimate with Ngeli's work as to make it seem best for him to continue the study through his senior year. This study involved ...
... various albumen compounds, and besides are mixed with various organic and inorganic substances. For this reason the plasma behaves, both chemically ...
... forces of these micell amount by summation to molar forces and thereby new chemical processes are introduced plastic products are formed from plasmic ...
... of clusters already present must have been changed. The formation of such a determinant, whether it concerns the perfecting of the organism or its ...
... founded largely on this idea.-Trans. The continued phylogeic formation of the threads of idioplasm takes place by growth in the cross section, ...
... impossible.[D]. [D] This assertion is a direct corollary from the structure of the determinants and the idioplasm. If the idioplasm of the fertilizing ...
... coincide, since the plasma constituting the organism possesses the capability of growing by intussusception of new micell and of changing ...
... to which the injured organism is sensible. 14. ESSENTIAL NATURE OF THE ORGANISM. The essential nature of a thing is the sum total of its causes ...
... stem continues its specific life in the branch. All the peculiarities conditioned by the idioplasm remain unchanged in the offspring. The latter, as ...
... in which variations are automatically induced, or the necessary transition of one idioplasmic configuration into the next following. It is present, not ...
... is interesting to compare this statement with Weismann's recent theory of Germinal Selection.-Trans. The social formation of varieties is not in general ...
... GENERAL RELATION OF THE PHYLOGEIC LINES IN THE ORGANIC KINGDOMS. Since the nature of an organism is contained in the sum of its idioplasmic determinants ...
... a local stamp corresponding to its environment, and follow the law of adaptation. 21. ALTERNATION OF GENERATIONS IN RELATION TO PHYLOGENY. Since ...
... due, in part, to the fact that we have had no English translation of Ngeli's work, a circumstance much to be regretted. The foregoing translation ...
... and on account of their double refraction, Ngeli inferred that in form the micell are crystals, probably parallelopipedal, with rectangular or rhomboidal ...
... them to view. The modern conception of ultra-cellular units, ranking between the molecule and the cell, was first definitely suggested by Brcke in ...
... Parts which have become dissimilar by differentiation undergo a reduction, in which the intermediate forms are suppressed and at last only the qualitatively ...
... philosophies than our own. If we think that there is more truth or sacredness in our own, let us use every means to make this sacredness or this truth ...
... the views for which the Open Court Company works, may be characterized both as monism and positivism, though his philosophy differs considerably ...
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