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" ... not have expected to find the scientific expression of his own idea, has a passage bearing close analogy to what he was putting forward in 1861 : It is then in the change to a higher state of form or composition that development differs from growth.... "
Public Documents of Massachusetts - 第 172 頁
Massachusetts 著 - 1875
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Lectures on surgical pathology v.1, 第 1 卷

Sir James Paget - 1853
...exists in the most perfect condition of the species. We must carefully distinguish development from mere increase : it is the acquiring not of greater bulk, but of new forms and structures, which are adapted to higher conditions of existence. For example, when, in the...
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The Law of Inheritance; Or, the Philosophy of Breeding

Edward Lewis Sturtevant - 1875 - 48 頁
...which obtains and elaborates its own nutriment, until it accumulates sufficient force for the carrying forward of the true generative act, which results...to the power of development. When the demand upon a coll or a life is beyond the power of that cell or life to respond, we find retarded development, or,...
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The English Historical Review

Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, Sir John Goronwy Edwards - 1890
...or composition that development differs from growth. We must carefully distinguish development from mere increase ; it is the acquiring, not of greater bulk, but of new forms and structures, which are adapted to higher conditions of existence. It is the distinction which...
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The History of Freedom and Other Essays

John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Baron Acton - 1907 - 638 頁
...or composition that development differs from growth. We must carefully distinguish development from mere increase ; it is the acquiring, not of greater bulk, but of new forms and structures, which are adapted to higher conditions of existence. It is the distinction which...
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The History of Freedom: And Other Essays

John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Baron Acton - 1907 - 638 頁
...or composition that development differs from growth. We must carefully distinguish development from mere increase ; it is the acquiring, not of greater bulk, but of new forms and structures, *rhich are adapted to higher conditions of existence. It is the distinction which...
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