History of Evolution

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    Carl Linnaeus Life

    The birth and death year of Carl Linnaus. Carl Linnaeus loved plants and animals. After years of the first publication of System Naturae his book continue to evolve and develop.He is also known as the "Father of Taxonomy."
  • Systema Naturae

    The 1st edition published by Carl Linnaeus.
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    Jean B. Lamarck Life

    The birth and death year of Jean . He was an Invertebrate Curator of the Natural History Museum in Paris. He is one of the 18th and 19th centurie's biologists who hypothesized that traits of species are not immutable, and can evolve.
  • Species Plantarum

    A published book by Carl Linnaeus.
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    Thomas Malthus

    The birthy and death year of Thomas Malthus. He was an english demographer who believed plants and animals are capable of producing far more offspring than resources can suport.
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    Georges Cuvier

    The birth and death year of Georges Cuvier. Georges Cuvier founded paleotology which is the study of fossils. Also went on the find catastrophism which is the belief that species disappeared due to a catastrophic event of the earth's crust.
  • Hutton

    Hutton proposes his theory of gradualism.
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    Charles Lyell Life

    He was a Scottish geologist who incorprated Hutton's gradualism into the theory of uniformitarianism.
  • Essay on the Principle of Population

    Malthus publish "Essay on the Principle of Population.
  • Evolution theories

    Lamarck began to publish his thoughts."Lamarckism" or "Lamarckianism" is now used in a negative sense to refer to the theory that acquired traits can be inherited
  • Theory of Evolution

    Lamarck decides to publishs his theories.
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    Charles Darwin's Life

    He was an English gentleman who conceived of natural selection as the pricnipal mechanism of adaptive evolution.
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    Thomas Huxley

    Birth and death year of Thomas Huxley. He was seen as a advocate of Darwin's theory.
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    Voyage of the Beagle

    Darwin found and collected data about plants and animals.
  • On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection

    Charles Darwin published his book on new species and natural selection. IT drew a cohesive picture of life by connecting what had once seemed a bewildering array of unrelated facts.
  • The Evidence on Man's Place in Nature

    Huxley's most famous publication.The book reviewed primate and human paleotoley and ethology.
  • Inheritance papers

    Mundel publishes his inheritance papers.
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    Alfred Wegener

    The birth and death year of Alfred Wegener.
  • The Origin of Continents and Oceans

    First publication by Alfred Wegener. This book oulined his theory.