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Pearl Necklace said...

Through a small jump we come here to a remarkable
analogy, a parallel analogy, already described by us. As already mentioned,
variable environment inorganic body forms after a certain period
time the outer layer has already been subjected to that change which can
produce of the surrounding agents; the mass contained within, remain
unchanged, because it is not available external agents; between
these two elements there is an area of ongoing impact
the surface where the change goes ahead. And we saw that similarly, in
plant and animal cells have similar arrangement of parts,
of course with the difference that the internal part of these cells remains
supine. Now we need to show that in those aggregates of cells,
which constitute the Metaphyta and Metazoa, there is also the same
the distribution of parts. Of course, the plants we have no right to look for them no
the leaves or other parts is eliminated, and only those that have
long existence in the trunks and branches. Naturally
we have nothing to expect that plants with this method of growth, which
previously, produces the outer dead part, completely protecting the internal
actively living part of the trunk from the influence of environment, are long-lived
agrogene as wood ferns, and long living endogeny as palm trees.

Pearl Necklace said...

In the first Chapter of "Origin of species", referring to
the inherited effects of habit, he says that "animals have increased
the use or disuse of parts has a very considerable influence";
as an example, he said to change the relative weight
parts of the wings and legs in wild ducks compared to homemade duck - on
"strong inherited development of the udders in cows and goats" and the drooping ears
Pets. Here is some places from the last edition of his
"I think that there can be no doubt that our
pet use increased and increased some parts of the body, and
disuse has reduced the others, and that such changes were passed on
inheritance." (On the following pages, Darwin gives further examples
this kind of change.) "Habit - in relation to the emergence of
constitutional features, the use - in relation to strengthening
organs and disuse - in relation to the reduction of the bodies are in
many cases, powerful figures in their consequences. Discussing
special cases, Mr. Mivart passes by the consequences of increased
use and disuse of body parts, which I had always attached high
value and over than I have in my "Variation under Domestication" stayed
much longer than I should have thought any other of the writers." "On the one
hand, the disuse may explain the poor development of the entire back
body, including side fins." "I can give you another example
the structure, which is, obviously, its appearance is obliged only
addicting and habit." "Apparently, it is probable that the disuse of
was a powerful figure in the production of fundamental bodies."
"In General, we may conclude that habit, use and
disuse in some cases, played a very significant role in
the process of amending the Constitution and structure; but recent changes often
largely combined with, and sometimes d