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Organic Evolution

Richard Swann Lull (1867-1957)

1. Preface
2. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 1a History of Evolution
3. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 1b History of Evolution
4. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 2 The Organic Kingdom
5. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 3a Classification of Organisms
6. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 3b Classification of Organisms
7. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 3c Classification of Organisms
8. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 4a Geographic Distribution
9. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 4b Geographic Distribution
10. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 5a Bathymetric Distribution
11. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 5b Bathymetric Distribution
12. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 6a Geological Distribution
13. Part 1 Introduction – Chapter 6b Geological Distribution
14. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 7a Natural Selection
15. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 7b Natural Selection
16. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 8a Sexual and Artificial Selection
17. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 8b Sexual and Artificial Selection
18. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 9 Variation and Mutation
19. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 10a Heredity
20. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 10b Heredity
21. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 10c Heredity
22. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 11 Inheriance of Acquired Characters
23. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 12a Orthogenesis and Kinetogenesis
24. Part 2 The Mechanism of Evolution – Chapter 12b Orthogenesis and Kinetogenesis
25. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 1 Ontogeny – Chapter 13a The Life Cycle
26. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 1 Ontogeny – Chapter 13b The Life Cycle
27. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 1 Ontogeny – Chapter 14a Recapitulation, Racial Old Age, Extinctions
28. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 1 Ontogeny – Chapter 14b Recapitulation, Racial Old Age, Extinctions
29. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 15a Coloration and Mimicry
30. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 15b Coloration and Mimicry
31. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 16a Animal Associations. Communalism
32. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 16b Animal Associations. Communalism
33. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 17a Parasitism and Degeneracy
34. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 17b Parasitism and Degeneracy
35. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 18a Adaptive Radiation
36. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 18b Adaptive Radiation
37. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 19a Cursorial and Fossorial Adaptation
38. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 19b Cursorial and Fossorial Adaptation
39. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 19c Cursorial and Fossorial Adaptation
40. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 20a Aquatic Adaptation
41. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 20b Aquatic Adaptation
42. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 21 Scansorial Adaptation
43. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 22a Volant Adaptation
44. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 22bVolant Adaptation
45. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 23a Caves and Deep-Sea Life
46. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 23b Caves and Deep-Sea Life
47. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 23c Caves and Deep-Sea Life
48. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 24a Desert Adaptation
49. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 2 Morphology and Adaptations – Chapter 24b Desert Adaptation
50. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 25a Fossils: Their Nature and Interpretation
51. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 25b Fossils: Their Nature and Interpretation
52. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 26a Cephalopods
53. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 26b Cephalopods
54. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 27a Insects
55. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 27b Insects
56. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 28a Origin of Vertebrates
57. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 28b Origin of Vertebrates
58. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 29a Emergence of Terrestrial Vertebrates
59. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 29b Emergence of Terrestrial Vertebrates
60. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 30a Rise of Reptiles and Dominance of Dinosaurs
61. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 30b Rise of Reptiles and Dominance of Dinosaurs
62. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 31a Beaked Dinosaurs and Origin of Birds
63. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 31b Beaked Dinosaurs and Origin of Birds
64. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 31c Beaked Dinosaurs and Origin of Birds
65. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 32a Origin of Mammals and Rise of Archaic Mammals
66. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 32b Origin of Mammals and Rise of Archaic Mammals
67. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 33a Incursion of Modernized Mammals and Evolution of Carnivores
68. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 33b Incursion of Modernized Mammals and Evolution of Carnivores
69. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 34a Proboscideans
70. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 34b Proboscideans
71. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 34c Proboscideans
72. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 35a Horses
73. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 35b Horses
74. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 35c Horses
75. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 36a Camels
76. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 36b Camels
77. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 37a The Evolution of Man: Ontogeny and Morphology – Man’s Place in Nature
78. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 37b The Evolution of Man: Ontogeny and Morphology – Man’s Place in Nature
79. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 37c The Evolution of Man: Ontogeny and Morphology – Anatomical and Ontogenetic Evidences for Human Evolution
80. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 37d The Evolution of Man: Ontogeny and Morphology – Anatomical and Ontogenetic Evidences for Human Evolution
81. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 38a The Evolution of man: Paleontology – Paleontological Evidence of Human Evolution
82. Part 3 The Evidences of Evolution – Section 3 Paleontology – Chapter 38b The Evolution of man: Paleontology – Paleontological Evidence of Human Evolution
83. Part 4 – Epilogue – The Pulse of Life

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Summary

Organic Evolution is a college textbook that describes the mechanism of biological evolution by natural selection. It then explores the evidences for evolution in various animals, including insects, reptiles, birds and humans, mainly from the science of paleontology.