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  • adj. Of or pertaining to embryology

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Examples

  • Stupid fossils, homologous structures, vestigial organs, embryological similarities, antibiotic resistant microbes and definately that damn DNA ….

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  • Thus the Evo-Devo crowd say that until we understood the mechanisms that control embryological development, we couldn't account for variation and novelty, despite neo-Darwinism claiming to be able to account for it for decades.

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  • For, as I have recently remarked in regard to the members of each great kingdom, such as the Vertebrata, Articulata, etc., we have distinct evidence in their embryological homologous and rudimentary structures that within each kingdom all the members are descended from a single progenitor.

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  • We see why certain characters are far more serviceable than others for classification; — why adaptive characters, though of paramount importance to the being, are of hardly any importance in classification; why characters derived from rudimentary parts, though of no service to the being, are often of high classificatory value; and why embryological characters are the most valuable of all.

    A New Book

  • Darwin: We see why certain characters are far more serviceable than others for classification; why adaptive characters, though of paramount importance to the beings, are of hardly any importance in classification; why characters derived from rudimentary parts, though of no service to the beings, are often of high classificatory value; and why embryological characters are often the most valuable of all.

    A New Book

  • From an embryological standpoint, the penis and clitoris are the same organ in men and women.

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  • His intention is not to create finished, gleaming, varnished objects, but great stumps or fragments or semi-formed embryological expressions: essays in the incomplete which allude to the impermanence of everything in the physical world.

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  • For scholars interested in Romantic-era relationships between medicine, biology, and literature, Deleuze's concept of non-organic life and his theorization of embryological development allows us to rethink key

    Introduction

  • To say the least, students who are taught that the earliest stages of vertebrate embryos are highly similar, without being told of significant embryological evidence that challenges that view and the very existence of the conserved developmental stage portrayed in many textbooks, are not being adequately informed about the evidence regarding evolution.

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  • Common ancestry is called into doubt by Studies that show animals follow different rather than identical early stages of embryological development.

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