The Effect of External Conditions upon Development.1


    THERE is now ample justification for the belief that evolution is not due merely to internal causes, though we are as yet by no means quite clear as to the manner in which external influences have formed and transformed organisms. There is still a conflict between rival theories, and important points, though often apparently clear, are in reality not so.

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