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Volume 92, Numbers 3-4, September 2009

Free Content Darwin, his publisher and Science Progress
pp. 205-210(6)
Author: Rowbury, Robin

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Free Content Darwin and his publisher
pp. 211-240(30)
Author: McClay, David

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Free Content The molecular basis of lactose intolerance
pp. 241-287(47)
Authors: Campbell, Anthony K.; Waud, Jonathan P.; Matthews, Stephanie B.

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Free Content Darwin and his publisher John Murray
pp. 289-295(7)
Author: Murray, John

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Free Content Darwin
pp. 297-298(2)

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Free Content The history of biological theories
pp. 301-305(5)
Author: Cole, F.J.

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Free Content (1) Evolution disproved

(2) Essays on the evolution of man

pp. 307-315(9)
Author: Woodger, J.H.

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Free Content The evolution of man

(a paper read before the Mendelian Society)

pp. 317-326(10)
Author: Cunningham, J.T.

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Free Content The evolution of man and his mind
pp. 327-353(27)
Author: Cherry, Major Thomas

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Free Content The recapitulation theory
pp. 355-369(15)
Author: MacBride, E. W.

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Free Content Wharton's and Darwin's theories of coral reefs
pp. 371-385(15)
Author: Davis, W. M.

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Free Content From myth to science
pp. 387-399(13)
Author: Gregory, Joshua C.

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Free Content The importance of precocity in evolution
pp. 401-413(13)
Author: Wilde, A. D.

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Free Content The present position of the Darwinian theory
pp. 415-436(22)
Author: MacBride, E. W.

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Free Content The Darwinian theory
pp. 437-441(5)
Author: Fisher, R.A.

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Free Content The Darwinian theory
pp. 442-446(5)
Author: Fisher, R.A.

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Free Content Adaptive mutations: a challenge to neo-Darwinism?
pp. 447-468(22)
Author: Savic, Dragutin J.

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Free Content Dead Darwin
pp. 483-483(1)

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Free Content Darwin online

{http://darwin-online.org.uk/}

pp. 485-486(2)
Author: Van Wyhe, John

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