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AT this time of the day to try to prove qualitatively that some acquired habits are inherited is to linger in the atmosphere of an old-time controversy. I wish to press forward. I would like to see(More)
THE proper study of any aspect of zoology involves the consideration of the following facts: (1) the external world, in contradistinction to the organism, is undergoing constant and ceaseless change;(More)
Do thought-habits produce a physical change in the organism ? I once asked a friend of mine who is a great experimentalist. He replied : “I don't know.” Does any habit produce a physical change ? He(More)
DISEASE is a point of view. When one organism is living in association with another, the former at the expense of the latter, the balance of metabolism in the latter is always disturbed. The latter(More)
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