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" Philosophers are unacquainted with the reason why there should be any tendency to variation from the characters first stamped on any species by Nature ; but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree in many species. There... "
The Gardener's Magazine, and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement - Página 571
1831
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volumen8,Parte4

United States. Congress. House
...Nature; but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree, in many species. There is in all beings a disposition to deviate from...this tendency is most strongly marked in animals; and domes ticated fruits are a parallel case in the vegetable world. Without, then, vainly endeavoring...
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A Guide to the Orchard and Fruit Garden: Or, An Account of the Most Valuable ...

George Lindley - 1831 - 601 páginas
...Nature ; but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree in many species. There is in all beings a disposition to deviate from...fruits are a parallel case in the vegetable world. Without, then, vainly endeavouring to discover the first cause of this disposition to form varieties,...
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A Guide to The Outdoor and Kitchen Garden

George Lindley - 1831
...Nature ; but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree in many species. There is in all beings a disposition to deviate from...fruits are a parallel case in the vegetable world. Without, then, vainly endeavouring to discover the first cause of this disposition to form varieties,...
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The Pomological Manual: Or, a Treatise on Fruits ; Containing Descriptions ...

William Prince - 1831 - 416 páginas
...Nature; but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree in many species. There is in all beings a disposition to deviate from...in animals; and domesticated fruits are a parallel casein the vegetable world. " Without, then, vainly endeavouring to discover the first cause of this...
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A guide to the orchard and kitchen garden; or, An account of ... fruit and ...

George Lindley - 1831
...Nature; but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree in many species. There is in all beings a disposition to deviate from...strongly marked in animals ; and domesticated fruits arc a parallel case in the vegetable world. Without, then, vainly endeavouring to discover the first...
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The Pomological Manual: Or, a Treatise on Fruits; Containing Descriptions of ...

William Robert Prince - 1832
...Nature; but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree in many species. There is in all beings a disposition to deviate from...instance, the dog, the pigeon, and the barn-yard fowl, arc cases in which this tendency is most strongly marked in animals; and domesticated fruits are a...
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign ..., Volúmenes1-2

1833
...know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree in many species. There is, _in all beings, a disposition to deviate from their original...fruits are a parallel case in the vegetable world. " Without, then, vainly endeavouring to discover the first cause of this disposition to form varieties,...
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The Farmer's Magazine

1839
...nature, but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree, in many species. There is in all beings a disposition to deviate from...barn-yard fowl, are cases in which this tendency is most strengly JIM i ii'ii in animals, and domesticated fruits are • parallel case in the vegetable world....
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The Orchard: Including the Management of Wall and Standard Fruit Trees, and ...

Charles McIntosh - 1839 - 420 páginas
...nature ; but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree in many species. There is in all beings a disposition to deviate from...fruits are a parallel case in the vegetable world." " Without, then, vainly endeavouring," says the same high authority, " to discover the cause of this...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents

United States. Patent Office - 1858
...Nature; but all know that this tendency does exist, and in a most remarkable degree, in many species. There is in all beings a disposition to deviate from...this tendency is most strongly marked in animals; and domes ticated fruits are a parallel case in the vegetable world. Without, then, vainly endeavoring...
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