orthogenesis definition

  • noun:
    • Biology The theory that advancement of a species is affected most highly by internal elements and is maybe not susceptible to the outside forces of all-natural selection.
    • The theory that all countries move across sequential durations in identical purchase.
    • a number of similar mutations in successive generations, creating evolutionary modification.
    • The direct or instant beginning of species, according to the opinion it happens because of the ‘organic development’ of one species into another in an absolute line which can be predetermined because of the constitution which outward circumstances have given to each system.

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