- Lamarck's theory
- La·marck's theory (lah-mahrksґ) [Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine Monet de Lamarck, French naturalist, 1744â€“1829] see under theory.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Lamarck's theory — the theory that acquired characteristics may be transmitted … Medical dictionary
Lamarck, Jean-Baptiste — ▪ French biologist Introduction in full Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet, chevalier de Lamarck born Aug. 1, 1744, Bazentin le Petit, Picardy, France died Dec. 18, 1829, Paris pioneer French biologist who is best known for his idea that… … Universalium
Lamarck , Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet, Chevalier de — (1744–1829) French biologist Lamarck was born at Bazantin in France. Although his parents had intended him to enter the Church, when his father died in 1759 Lamarck left his Jesuit school and joined the army, where he was honored for his bravery… … Scientists
Lamarck - Caulaincourt (Paris Métro) — Infobox Paris metro Name=Lamarck Caulaincourt Pic= Day=October 31 Year=1912 Access= Municipality=the 18th arrondissement of Paris Zone=1 Next= X=135 Y=21Lamarck Caulaincourt is a station of the Paris Métro named after the Rue Lamarck and the Rue… … Wikipedia
Lamarck, Jean-Baptiste de Monet, chevalier de — (1744 1829) naturalist Jean Baptiste Lamarck, who formulated one of the earliest theories of evolution, was born in Bazentin, picardy. In 1768, he began his studies in botany, publishing his first work on that subject, La flore française,… … France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present
Lamarck,Chevalier de Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet — La·marck (lə märkʹ, lä ), Chevalier de Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet. 1744 1829. French naturalist whose ideas about evolution influenced Darwin s theory. * * * … Universalium
Lamarck — Jean Baptiste P.A., French botanist, zoologist, and biologic philosopher, 1744–1829. See lamarckian theory … Medical dictionary
Jean-Baptiste Lamarck — Portrait of Jean Baptiste Lamarck Born August 1, 1744 … Wikipedia
germ-plasm theory — Concept of the physical basis of heredity expressed by the biologist August Weismann (1834–1914). It claimed that germ plasm, which Weismann believed to be independent from all other cells of the body, was the essential element of germ cells… … Universalium
Inception of Darwin's theory — The inception of Darwin s theory began with his search to explain contradictions in contemporary theories of organic development as well as religious explanations of the appearance of design in the natural world. His fascination as a young man… … Wikipedia