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Evolution

 

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I. Cuvier and the fixism theory (1769-1832)

II. Lamarck and the transformism theory (1744-1829)

III. Darwin and the Evolution (1809-1882)

III.1. The inferences of the Darwin theory

III.2. The implications of the Darwin theory

III.3. After Darwin

IV. Population Genetics

IV.1. Hypothesis

IV.2. Role of diverse factors (evolutionary forces) on the allele frequency variation through generations

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I. Cuvier and the fixism theory (1769-1832)

II. Lamarck and the transformism theory (1744-1829)

  1. The compared morpho-anatomy and the palaeontology show that the organisation of the living organisms follows a scale of complexity.
  2. « Time and circumstances » are at the origin of the gradually change observed in the fossil series.
  3. This gradual transformation indicates a relationship between related species.

III. Darwin and the Theory of Evolution (1809-1882)

IV. Population Genetics



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Written2008-03Robert Kalmes
Institut de Recherche sur la Biologie de l'Insecte, IRBI - CNRS - ESA 6035, Av. Monge, F-37200 Tours, France

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