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The trend of phyletic development in the dipodomyines has been toward the saltatorial habit.
It is only on such a foundation that sound phyletic argument can proceed.
The cell-soul (or cytopsyche): first stage of phyletic psychogenesis.
The tissue-soul (histopsyche): third stage of phyletic psychogenesis.
The communal or cenobitic soul (coenopsyche): second stage of phyletic psychogenesis.
Heterochronic variability is not explained by assuming a phyletic vital force, 410.
These data again furnish strong arguments against a phyletic vital force, 496.
General conclusion as to the elimination of a phyletic vital force, 511.
Does the exceptional transformation depend upon a phyletic advancement of the species?
Cases of degeneration to a lower phyletic stage: Filippis sexually mature Triton larv, 583.

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