[ou-goo st] /ˈaʊ gʊst/ (Show IPA), 1834–1914, German biologist.
But Weismann’s investigations have shown us that climate plays a large part in their development.
A Review of the Systems of Ethics Founded on the Theory of Evolution C. M. Williams
In the notes to my edition of Weismann I have endeavoured to do Darwin full justice.
More Letters of Charles Darwin Charles Darwin
Weismann meets these by adducing the case of neuter insects, which have been already considered at sufficient length.
Darwin, and After Darwin, Volume II (of 3) George John Romanes
This has been markedly true of Weismann and his theory of heredity.
Facts And Fictions Of Life Helen H. Gardener
At the end of the last century Weismann injected a new idea into our views concerning the origin of variations.
A Critique of the Theory of Evolution Thomas Hunt Morgan
Therefore, says Weismann, acquired characters cannot be inherited.
The Making of Species Douglas Dewar
What, then, is the explanation of this apparent inconsistency on Weismann’s part?
Darwin, and After Darwin (Vol 3 of 3) George John Romanes
What Weismann has described is not a machine, just because it is a living organism.
Parallel Paths Thomas William Rolleston
This is an emphatic though concealed abandonment of the central position of Weismann.
Degeneracy Eugene S. Talbot
Weismann attaches the greatest importance to the distinction.
The Biological Problem of To-day Oscar Hertwig
Weismann Weis·mann (vīs’män’), August Friedrich Leopold. 1834-1914.
German biologist who asserted that hereditary characteristics are transmitted by a germinal plasm.
George Gordon, Lord (6th Baron Byron) 1788–1824, English poet. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Byron would die in 1824, fighting for Greece’s freedom from the Ottoman Empire. 4 Smart Summer Reads Alexander Nazaryan August 6, 2010 Hardly an apologist for Vienna, Byron still found these tracts too extreme and in need of censoring. Poet […]
a city in E Georgia, on the Savannah River. a city in and the capital of Maine, in the SW part, on the Kennebec River. a female given name. a state in the NE United States, on the Atlantic coast. 33,215 sq. mi. (86,027 sq. km). Capital: Augusta. Abbreviation: ME (for use with zip code), […]
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Lady Augusta (Isabella Augusta Persse) 1852–1932, Irish dramatist. Horace, 1898–1982, U.S. poet and critic. James, 1638–75, Scottish mathematician. a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “watchful.”. noun Lady (Isabella) Augusta (Persse). 1852–1932, Irish dramatist; a founder and director of the Abbey Theatre, Dublin masc. proper name, common in England and Scotland by mid-12c. […]
local officials, usually freedmen, appointed in various towns for the worship of deified emperors. Historical Examples Deputati.The first fifteen were called Deputati, the others were apparently known simply as Augustales. The Letters of Cassiodorus Cassiodorus (AKA Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator) Augustales, highest class of Exceptores (shorthand writers), 104 n, 110; xi. The Letters of Cassiodorus […]