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The interrelation of adaptation and disease in phylogeny and ontogeny

@article{Vn1988TheIO,
  title={The interrelation of adaptation and disease in phylogeny and ontogeny},
  author={Galankin Vn},
  journal={Arkhiv patologii},
  year={1988},
  volume={50},
  pages={73}
}
: The author reviews current notions on the adaptation and disease as reflected in biological and medical literature and discusses the problem of the relationships between these states from a materialistic and dialectic, biological and medical theoretical and practical viewpoints. In the phylogenesis the disease is regarded as a mechanism for elimination of poorly resistant species and does not take root in the gene pool. In the ontogenesis the disease should be set against health, i.e., the… 
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