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These and many other adaptations of a like sort the lawgiver sanctioned.

Bionomics: the habits, breeding and adaptations of living forms.

Thus there are here three adaptations which can only be interpreted as due to selection.

The initial stages of these adaptations must undoubtedly have had selection-value.

Selections and adaptations are made, but they are made with some purpose in view.

Contingent the arrests and set-backs; contingent, in large measure, the adaptations.

The habits of insects are as varied as their forms and adaptations.

Adaptations were the variations which had been in this way selected and transmitted.

Figures 242 and 243 are other adaptations of panel design to varied contours.

This would be impossible were it not for the law of the transmission of adaptations.