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lines 14—9 double score
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink p.4 «to 16» on ammonites &c changng in successive strata & on variability
         


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lines 20—24 double score in pale pencil
top-marginline 24 annotation in pale pencil It is a mistake to assume all species variable — Yet domestic
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lines 14—11 score
lines 12—11 underline "nämlich ... variirende"
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line 4bottom-margin annotation if all species varied equally all wd be in confusion
     It may be no selection also ⸮⸮

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lines 7—21 annotation vry false calculatn
     nmber of species wd. not arise /
     Case like Rubus

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lines 8—1 annotation 2 periods 1) of plasticity & 2) invariant
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line 5 underline "Biegsamkeit"
line 5 annotation flexibility
top-margin annotation It is strange all Ammnite shd have lost their flexibility at th same time —
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line 18bottom-margin annotation if long exposed to same conditions form hardens & loses plasticity — how came it so many domestic forms vary.
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lines 8—7 underline "sondern ... Art"
bottom-margin annotation Variation makes the form new & vigorous. This is like effects of crossing (a)
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lines 12—13 annotation (a)
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top-margin annotation This is proof that the variable forms have given rise to many species.
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lines 9—8 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation (a) Yet Terebratulae vy old & yet vry variable ; so Foraminifera
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lines 7—9 annotation without selection
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink p. 29.    variations which were perpetuated without selection

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lines 15—18 annotation with selection


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line 22 underline "Stiefmütterchen"
lines 11—22 annotation Not good soil for many generations— often start from too large fruits— Pang
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink p.33—«39» Causes why fruit & flowers not made vry large by nature, as under cultivation


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from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink p.33—«39» Causes why fruit & flowers not made vry large by nature, as under cultivation

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line 13bottom-margin annotation no naturalist could improve variability in characters not possessed by the forms
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink p.33—«39» Causes why fruit & flowers not made vry large by nature, as under cultivation


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top-marginline 5 annotation To make gigantic goosbery like gourd tissue wd have to be altered & roots for supply
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink p.33—«39» Causes why fruit & flowers not made vry large by nature, as under cultivation


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lines 6—11 annotation in pale pencil Cannot act on embryology before Birth
lines 11—17 annotation relation to external conditions
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 40.    Selection cannot act on embryo (in relation to environment.


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from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 48.    explains how use increases a part.


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line 5 underline "dauernde ... Gefässbahnen"
line 7 underline "reichlichere Ernährung"
lines 3—5 annotation blood increases in.

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lines 13—24 annotation odour of insect probably easily changed, & thus wd not pair with old stock.
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 52.    thinks insects feeding on a new kind of plant, wd gain a new odour & wd. then not cross with othr individuals.


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lines 16—11 annotation Eggs varied in their resistance to cold.
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 69    Eggs of silkmoth vary in resistg cold


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lines 13—18 annotation struggle between nestlings & Caterpillar
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lines 20—22 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation (a) found several pigeons killed by Hawks & all were white or yellow vars. !!
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 70.    Several pigeons killed by Hawks all white or yellow vars


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lines 24—1 annotation Higher forms can range further can adapt themselves more ?
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 86    Higher forms can adapt themselves & range further ??


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lines 8—12 annotation extermination only when (?)


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lines 1—8 annotation cancelledin pale pencil On progressive development


lines 6—9 double score
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 90.    In all divergence there is always advance or retrogradation of organisation.


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top-margin10 annotation & protected frm rain «& evaporation» & stored for use — & savng of Honey from other preyers
from End Slip 3, Side 1 annotation in pale pencil p 102    good nectar


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lines 19—24 annotation to decrease nmber of visitng insects
     vry good
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lines 8—29 annotation Thinks visitation frm inscts searchng for pollen might cause secretion of Honey —
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top-margin6 annotation Plants grwng in shade have thin stems — a charcter of climbing plants — no movemt of axis by wind
from End Note annotation 106 Climbers
from End Slip 3, Side 1 annotation in pale pencil p 106 Climbers
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lines 7—28 annotation in pale pencil Fruit strnger leaves support th plant
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lines 18—19 underline "nothwendige ... Augenlider"
lines 15—22 annotation The nictitatng membran a necssry correlatn of Eyelids
from End Slip 1 annotation in mid-grey ink 114.    nictitatng membrane a necessary correlation of eyelids.


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lines 13—10 annotation thinks I am wrong
from End Slip 4 annotation in light grey ink p. 115 on use of skeleton of Vertebrates    its ground-plan.—


line 16 apparently unintentional mark


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lines 9—8 annotation (a)
bottom-margin annotation Roaring to disturb prey & then to track them ?? & so with Rattlesnake


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from End Slip 4 annotation in light grey ink p. 130—«134» Sexual S. use of barbules of fishes as exciting organs.


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lines 7—9 underline "unter ... findet"

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lines 8—30 annotation Thinks males are sacrificed to protect ♀ for good of species ???


lines 8—29 annotation Brillian ♂ butterflies decorated to save females, whilst laying ???
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top-margin annotation With each new change — process «of evolution» necssary thrwn backwads — not so with insects
from End Slip 4 annotation in light grey ink 176. «to 183.» Each new modification necessarily throws back th embryological stages, unless whole evolution is longer — (not so with insects)
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from End Slip 4 annotation in light grey ink 176. «to 183.» Each new modification necessarily throws back th embryological stages, unless whole evolution is longer — (not so with insects)
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lines 12—21 annotation Instinct of Dogs to scratch backwads variable
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lines 2—3 annotation Expression
from End Note annotation 243—244 Expression
from End Slip 3, Side 1 annotation in pale pencil p 243 Expression


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top-margin annotation good criticism— an habitual movemt implies nervous force —    I ought to say nervous force independently of any use —
from End Note annotation 243—244 Expression

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lines 18—19 apparently unintentional mark in pale pencil

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annotation X
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lines 2—27 annotation Accuses me of confondng Reflex & half-volntary movemnts


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annotation 106 Climbers
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annotation 243—244 Expression
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