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The Principles of Heredity, With Some Applications

By Reid, George Archdall Obrien, Sir

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Title: The Principles of Heredity, With Some Applications  
Author: Reid, George Archdall Obrien, Sir
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Language: English
Subject: Heredity, Genealogy, Genealogy
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1905
Publisher: New York; E. P. Dutton, Inc., Ltd., London; Printed

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Archdall O'brien, Sir 1860-192, R. G. (1905). The Principles of Heredity, With Some Applications. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Heredity

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Digitized from the holdings of the Open Content Alliance (OCA); Harvard University

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Theories of heredity.--Theories of evolution.--Use and disuse.--Spontaneous variations.--Recapitulation.--Bi-parental reproduction.--Regression.--The cause of spontaneous variations.--Natural selection among civilized men.--Acquired immunity.--Evolution against disease.--The argument from disease.--The origin of zymotic diseases.--Bacteria as empire builders.--Narcotics.--Reflex action.--Voluntary action.--The instincts and the acquirements of man.--Automatic action.--Theories of mental evolution.--The mind of man.--Racial mental differences.--Methods of religious teaching.--Methods of scholastic teaching.--Practical problems; Book digitized from the library of Harvard University

 

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