William Bateson Quote

If species had really arisen by the natural selection for impalpable differences, intermediate forms should abound, and the limits between species should be on the whole indefinite. As this conclusion follows necessarily from the premisses, the selectionists believe and declare that it represents the facts of nature. Difference between species being by axiom indefinite, the differences between varieties must be supposed to be still less definite. Consequently the conclusion that evolution must proceed by insensible transformation of masses of individuals has become an established dogma.


p. 3 - Mendel's Principles of Heredity (1913)

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If species had really arisen by the natural selection for impalpable differences, intermediate forms should abound, and the limits between species...

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If species had really arisen by the natural selection for impalpable differences, intermediate forms should abound, and the limits between species...

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If species had really arisen by the natural selection for impalpable differences, intermediate forms should abound, and the limits between species...

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If species had really arisen by the natural selection for impalpable differences, intermediate forms should abound, and the limits between species...