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38 pages (2008/1915); 157KB downloadWOWIO Books
; ISBN: WOWIO-00401
An evolutionary theorist, August Weismann took a large part in the unfolding doctrine of evolution that was sparked by Charles Darwin.
In 1876 Weismann made known his theory denying the transmission of acquired characters, thus describing the process of heredity as coming from germ cells.
Weismann explains the principles of his theory in this essay, though DNA discoveries have since proved “germ plasm theory” inaccurate.