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Citations:allœogenesis

English citations of allœogenesis

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  • 1876 CE, E. Ray Lankester, The History of Creation (translated), D. Appleton & Co.; Volume II, appendix, page #386:
    This Cunina (12) is very differently constructed ; it has a flat, semi‐globular cup without proboscis, consists in early life of six divisions, later of sixteen, and has sixteen bag‐shaped sexual organs, and sixteen short, stiff, and strongly curved tentacles. A further explanation of this wonderful allœogenesis may be found in my “ Contributions to the Natural History of the Hydromedusæ.”

Noun (uncountable)Edit

1876
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  • 1876 CE, Alexander Agassiz, in The American Journal of Science and Arts; series three, Volume XI of number CXI, page #421:
    Proved now to be in the wrong, we expect therefore justice without mercy from this stern scientific critic, and look forward in the next number of the Jenaische Zeitschrift for a thorough castigation of Hæckel by Hæckel, showing up the absurdity of allœogenesis and all that hangs thereby.