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The ontogenesis of any given living organism is a short, condensed recapitulation of its ancestral history or of its phylogenesis.
THE LAST LINKERNST HAECKEL
It summarises the history of species; ontogenesis, we are told, reproduces phylogenesis.
It studies man from two different points of view: his development (ontogenesis), and his variations.
PEDAGOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGYMARIA MONTESSORI
It is naturally no easy matter to trace the ontogenesis of the herd instinct.
This is, of course, no reversal of dominance in ontogeny, but mere ontogenesis of pigmentation.
A similar connection determines the relation between ontogenesis and phylogenesis.
But ontogenesis would have furnished us with facts no less cogent.
CREATIVE EVOLUTIONHENRI BERGSON
This exceedingly important larval form, the "gastrula," makes its appearance in the ontogenesis of all tribes of animals.
WAS MAN CREATED?HENRY A. MOTT

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