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It is expressed by the formula of Herbert Spencer, "Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny."
These problems may be divided into two main groups, technically known as those of phylogeny and those of organogeny.
From the point of view of phylogeny, the animal kingdom is, therefore, clearly much younger than the plant kingdom.
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The three most valuable sources of evidence in phylogeny are paleontology, comparative anatomy, and ontogeny.
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Scientific and thorough proof of this will be found in the three volumes of my Systematic Phylogeny .
THE WONDERS OF LIFEERNST HAECKEL
The youngest of the great branches of the living tree of biology is the science we call biological evolution, or phylogeny.
Phylogeny reveals to us the historical development of the will within the ranks of our vertebrate ancestors.
The Ontogeny of Caterpillars is a much abbreviated but slightly falsified repetition of the Phylogeny, 270.
The osteology and the thigh musculature; their bearing on classification and phylogeny.
In the further course of phylogeny the division of the cells into two parts takes place regularly.

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