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  • Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1774 – 1829) was a French botanist who proposed two ideas that had great impact in the theory of evolution. Lamarck did not
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  • Carl Linnaeus James Hutton Jean-Baptiste Lamarck Thomas Malthus Georges Cuvier Charles Lyell
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  • Biology is the study of life. It encompasses many fields ranging from Botany (the study of plants) to Zoology (the study of animals). The biological aspect
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  • through adaptation to local climatic and environmental conditions. Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744-1829) - offered a comprehensive system to explain species
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  • of acquired characteristics, a theory known as Lamarckism (proposed by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck). Lamarckism claims that the parts of the body that are used
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  • species put forward in 1809 by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck. In the late 19th century this theory became known as Lamarckism. Darwin produced an unsuccessful
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  • through adaptation to local climatic and environmental conditions. Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744-1829) - offered a comprehensive system to explain species
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