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Mendelism and Evolution

Nature volume 113, page 712 (17 May 1924) | Download Citation

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MR. JULIAN HUXLEY'S choice of examples in his reply to Mr. Tate Regan, in NATURE of April 19, was no doubt made before the announcement of Dr. Annandale's death. In the circumstances I may be permitted to indicate the scope of Dr. Annandale's paper (Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 96, pp. 60–76) on evolution in the Viviparidæ, and to show that Mr. Huxley's criticism is not altogether relevant.

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