[luh-mahrk; French la-mark] /ləˈmɑrk; French laˈmark/
Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de
[zhahn ba-teest pyer ahn-twan duh maw-ne duh] /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist pyɛr ɑ̃ˈtwan də mɔˈnɛ də/ (Show IPA), 1744–1829, French naturalist: pioneer in the field of comparative anatomy.
Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet (ʒɑ̃ batist pjɛr ɑ̃twan də mɔnɛ), Chevalier de Lamarck. 1744–1829, French naturalist. He outlined his theory of organic evolution (Lamarckism) in Philosophie Zoologique (1809)
Lamarck La·marck (lə-märk’, lä-), Chevalier de Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet. 1744-1829.
French naturalist noted for his theories on evolution by adaptative modification and for classifying animals into vertebrates and invertebrates.
French naturalist who introduced the taxonomic distinction between vertebrates and invertebrates. His theory that the acquired characteristics of a species could be inherited by later generations was a forerunner to Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, although it was eventually discredited.
[luh-mahr-kee-uh n] /ləˈmɑr ki ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Jean de or his theory of organic evolution. noun 2. a person who holds this theory. /lɑːˈmɑːkɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Lamarck noun 2. a supporter of Lamarckism adj. 1846, pertaining to French botanist and zoologist J.B.P. Lamarck (1744-1829), especially his view […]
[luh-mahr-kiz-uh m] /ləˈmɑr kɪz əm/ noun 1. the Lamarckian theory that characteristics acquired by habit, use, or disuse may be passed on to future generations through inheritance. /lɑːˈmɑːkɪzəm/ noun 1. the theory of organic evolution proposed by Lamarck, based on the principle that characteristics of an organism modified during its lifetime are inheritable See also […]
[luh-mahrk] /ləˈmɑrk/ noun 1. a city in SE coastal Texas.
[lah-mahs] /ˈlɑ mɑs/ noun 1. Carlos Saavedra [kahr-laws sah-ah-ve-drah] /ˈkɑr lɔs ˌsɑ ɑˈvɛ drɑ/ (Show IPA), . [lah-muh] /ˈlɑ mə/ noun 1. a priest or monk in . /ˈlɑːmə/ noun 1. a priest or monk of Lamaism n. “Buddhist priest of Mongolia or Tibet,” 1650s, from Tibetan blama “chief, high priest,” with silent b-. Related: […]