from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See structure.


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  • We have seen, however, that there are many instances of wonderfully close similarity which are not due to genetic affinity; the most notable instance, perhaps, being that brought forward by Mr. Murphy, namely, the appearance of the same eye-structure in the vertebrate and molluscous sub-kingdoms.

    On the Genesis of Species

  • All were blind, with at most some faint vestigia of eye-structure, wholly degenerated and useless.

    Darkness and Dawn

  • Let us see what line we should have to take, on this hypothesis, to account for the resemblance of eye-structure in two series that are independent of each other from the phylogenetic point of view.

    Evolution créatrice. English


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