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" We unite under the designation of a species all those individuals that mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance as to allow of our supposing that they may have proceeded originally from a single being or a single pair. "
The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist - Page 255
1858
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Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind: Introduction. On the origin ...

James Cowles Prichard - Anthropology - 1836 - 440 pages
...term, observes, that " we unite, under the designation of a species, all those individuals who mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance as to allow...originally from a single being or a single pair." He adds, " that this fundamental idea is evidently founded on an hypothesis, at least as far as its...
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The Natural History of Man: Comprising Inquiries Into the Modifying ...

James Cowles Prichard - Anthropology - 1845 - 748 pages
...unite," says M. De Candolle, " under the designation of a species all those individuals who mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance as to allow...originally from a single being or a single pair." " This fundamental idea is evidently built upon hypothesis."* "The degree of resemblance," he continues, "...
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The Gallery of Nature: A Pictorial and Descriptive Tour Through Creation

Thomas Milner - 1848 - 892 pages
...unite," says De Candolle, " under the designation of a species, all those individuals who mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance as to allow...originally from a single being, or a single pair." The term genus has a more comprehensive signification. It is applied to a group of animals or plants,...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 25

Medicine - 1860 - 442 pages
...we unite under the designation of a species all those individuals which mutually bear to one another so close a resemblance as to allow of our supposing...originally from a single being or a single pair," it is obvious that it opens a further- question which nothing but experience can decide, what is the...
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Continuation of the Review of "Nott and Gliddon's Types of Mankind"., Issue 11

John Bachman - 1850 - 278 pages
...species." Decandole says : "We unite under the designation of species all those individuals who mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance as to allow...originally from a single being or a single pair." * * * "It happens not unfrequently that two individuals belonging really to the same * Lione. systema...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 6

Theology - 1857 - 992 pages
...unite,' says M. de Candolle, ' under the designation of a species, all those individuals that mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance, as to allow...originally from a single being or a single pair.' ' A species,' says Buffon, ' is a constant succession of individuals similar to and capable of reproducing...
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The Races of Man: And Their Geographical Distribution

Charles Pickering - Ethnology - 1854 - 564 pages
...species." De Candolle* adds, "We write under the designation of species all those individuals who mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance as to allow...that they may have proceeded originally from a single pair." The term genus (ytvoc) has a much more extensive application. There are several species which...
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The Moral and Intellectual Diversity of Races: With Particular Reference to ...

Arthur comte de Gobineau, Josiah Clark Nott - Civilization - 1856 - 528 pages
...a tpeciet." — CUVIER. "We unite under the designation species all those individuals who mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance as to allow...originally from a single being, or a single pair." — DE CANDOLLE. "The name species is applied to an assemblage of individuals which bear a strong resemblance...
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The Wonders of the World, in Nature, Art, and Mind ...

Robert Sears - Curiosities and wonders - 1856 - 566 pages
..."We unite," says Do Candolle, "under the designation of a species, all those individuals who mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance as to allow...originally from a single being, or a single pair." The term genus has a more comprehensive signification. It is applied to a group of animals or plants,...
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The moral and intellectual diversity of races, with particular reference to ...

Joseph Arthur comte de Gobineau - 1856 - 568 pages
...a speciet." — CUVIER. "We unite under the designation species all those individuals who mutually bear to each other so close a resemblance as to allow of our supposing that they niny have proceeded originally from a single being, or a single pair." — DK CANDOILE. " The name...
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