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  1. Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species: A Graphic Adaptation by Michael Keller, 2009-10-27
  2. The Tree of Life: Charles Darwin (New York Times Best Illustrated Books (Awards)) by Peter Sis, 2003-10-01
  3. The Power of Movement in Plants by Sir Francis Darwin, Charles Darwin, 2009-10-04
  4. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume 2 (Foundations of Natural History) by Charles Darwin, 1998-03-24
  5. Charles Darwin: A Biography, Vol. 2 - The Power of Place by Janet Browne, 2003-09-15
  6. Charles Darwin and the Beagle Adventure by A.J. Wood, Clint Twist, 2009-08-25
  7. Charles Darwin's Beagle Diary (1831-1836) by Charles Darwin, 2009-04-03
  8. Origin of Species 150th Anniversary Edition by Charles Darwin, 2009-09-01
  9. The Autobiography of Charles Darwin by Charles Darwin, 2009-10-04
  10. The Descent of Man: The Concise Edition by Charles Darwin, 2007-11-27
  11. A Monograph On The Sub-Class Cirripedia: With Figures Of All The Species (1854) by Charles Darwin, 2010-09-10
  12. Charles Darwin: The Concise Story of an Extraordinary Man by Tim M. Berra, 2008-10-29
  13. Annie's Box: Charles Darwin, His Daughter and Human Evolution by Randal Keynes, 2001-03-27
  14. The Voyage of the Beagle: Charles Darwin's Journal of Researches (Penguin Classics) by Charles Darwin, 1989-11-07

21. Medicine-Worldwide: Darwin, Charles Robert
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Charles Robert Darwin
Biologe, Naturforscher Charles Robert Darwin * 12. Februar 1809 in Shrewsbury (Grafschaft Shropshire, England) Die auf zwei Jahre veranschlagte Forschungsreise dauerte schließlich fünf Jahre und wurde eine Weltumsegelung. Dabei war das Leben und Arbeiten an Bord des zum Forschungsschiff umgebauten ehemaligen Marine-Zweimastsegler mit Namen "Beagle" schwer und für die "Landratte" Charles Darwin äußerst entbehrungsreich. Die Fahrt begann am 27. Dezember 1831 von Plymouth aus und führte nach Brasilien, zu den Galapagos-Inseln, Südafrika, zu mehreren Pazifik-Inseln, nach Neuseeland, Australien und zurück nach England, wo Schiff und Mannschaft schließlich am 2. Oktober 1936 in Falmouth anlegten und Darwin seine Familie wieder sah. Als im Jahre 1859 Charles Darwins grundlegendes Werk "On the origin of species by means of natural selection" ("Über den Ursprung der Arten durch natürliche Selektion"; auch unter "Die Entstehung der Arten durch natürliche Zuchtwahl, bzw. allgemein vielfach nur kurz als "Die Entstehung der Arten" betitelt) erschien, bedeutete dies den Beginn des Wendepunktes in der Geschichte der Biologie und Medizin. Darwin stellte hier erstmals Prinzipien nicht nur über die (mögliche) tierische Abstammung des Menschen auf, sondern beschrieb auch die natürliche Zuchtwahl und das Überleben des Stärkeren als Naturprinzip der Lebensentwicklung.

22. Darwin Correspondence Project Home Page
The Project exists to publish the definitive edition of letters to and from charles darwin, the most Category Science Biology History darwin, charles...... The darwin Correspondence Project exists to publish the definitive edition of lettersto and from charles darwin, the most influential naturalist of the 19th
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Alison M. Pearn The Darwin Correspondence Project exists to publish the definitive edition of letters to and from Charles Darwin, the most influential naturalist of the 19th century: when complete the series will comprise approximately 30 volumes.
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Charles Darwin Correspondence Project Online Database

Launched in December 2002, this database replaces the former online Calendar to the correspondence and is a unique resource giving access to information on all the known letters written by or to Charles Darwin.

23. Charles Darwin - The Truth?
Indepth investigation into the origins of 'The Origin of Species'.
Though he died nearly 120 years ago, Charles Darwin, best known as the author of The Origin of Species , is still a regular subject for books, TV programmes, magazine articles and, of course, for web sites. Charles Darwin (c.1840) Edward Blyth (1864) But what were the true origins of The Origins ? Was it all Darwin's own work, or were there other influences in play? Why did it take Charles Darwin more than 20 years to publish his ideas on evolution? And what really motivated him to finally write his magnum opus This is the story of not one but four men -
Charles Darwin, Edward Blyth,
Charles Lyell and Alfred Wallace. Each of them played a crucial role in the development and eventual publication of The Origin , but maybe not the ones we are familiar with. Welcome to Charles Darwin - The Truth? A new slant on Victorian science. Charles Lyell (1849) Alfred Wallace (1864) Click here to go to Part 1 - Metaphors and Myths Go to other sections
Part 2 - The Mystery Begins
Part 3 - All At Sea
Part 4 - He Who Hesitates ...
Part 5 - Last Days
Part 6 - Without Reference ...

24. Online Literature Library - Charles Darwin - The Origin Of
Next Back Contents Home Authors Contact, The Origin of Species. CharlesDarwin. Preface Introduction Chapter 1 Variation Under Domestication

25. Darwin, Charles - Origin Of Species, The
Read the science classic in which charles darwin outlined his theory of natural selection. Presents a preface, introduction, and glossary. charles darwin. Preface. Introduction. Chapter 1 Variation Under Domestication

26. Charles Darwin
A capsule biography of this revolutionary naturalist.
Darwin, Charles (1809-82)
Darwin, Charles (1809-82)
Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. He was the son of Robert Waring Darwin and his wife Susannah; and the grandson of the scientist Erasmus Darwin, and of the potter Josiah Wedgwood. His mother died when he was eight years old, and he was brought up by his sister. He was taught classics at Shrewsbury, then sent to Edinburgh to study medicine, which he hated, and a final attempt at educating him was made by sending him to Christ's College, Cambridge, to study theology (1827). During that period he loved to collect plants, insects, and geological specimens, guided by his cousin William Darwin Fox, an entomologist. His scientific inclinations were encouraged by his botany professor, John Stevens Henslow, who was instrumental, depsite heavy paternal opposition, in securing a place for Darwin as a naturalist on the surveying expedition of HMS Beagle to Patagonia (1831-6).
Under Captain Robert Fitzroy, he visited Tenerife, the Cape Verde Is, Brazil, Montevideo, Tierra del Fuego, Buenos Aires, Valparaiso, Chile, the Galapagos, Tahiti, New Zealand, and Tasmania. In the Keeling Is he devised his theory of coral reefs. During this five-year expedition he obtained intimate knowledge of the fauna, flora, and geology of many lands, which equipped him for his later investigations. By 1846 he had published several works on the geologcial and zoological descoveries of his voyage- works that placed him at once in the front rank of scientists. He developed a friendship with Sir Charles Lyell, became secretary of the Geological Society (1838-41), and in 1839 married his cousin Emma Wedgewood (1808-96).

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29. Darwin -- Short Bio
A short biography of charles darwin with a listing of his works.
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Charles Darwin - A short biography
Charles Robert Darwin, the scientist, produced a prolific array of work during his lifetime. Of his 19 books, his most famous and historic work On the Origin of Species was published in 1859 when he was exactly 50 years old. There has been much speculation as to why he waited so long to publish his ideas on the origin of species following the return from his voyage in 1836. Upon his return to England he arranged his notes and read voraciously in all fields of science, filling notebook after notebook with his insights. Finally, in 1838, he put his ideas together in what eventually became his theory of evolutionary change and the origin of species by a process of natural selection. He expanded these ideas into a 35-page paper and then into a longer 230-page paper, in 1842 and 1844, respectively. However, he did not publish his ideas at this time, apparently intending to keep working to produce a larger, more impressive book. In 1839 he married his cousin Emma Wedgewood. They had 10 children together, 7 surviving to adulthood, and lived a long and happy life together, untouched by the slightest hint of poverty or scandal. After living several years in London they moved to a country house at Downe in Kent about 16 miles from the outskirts of London. He never again left the British Isles and rarely traveled far from Down House.

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31. Charles Darwin - Descent Of Man
Library Historical Documents charles darwin Descent of Man. This file hasbeen made available by the Bank Of Wisdom. charles darwin 1809 1882 .

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33. Christopher Robbie Is Charles Darwin
Actor Christopher Robbie in his acclaimed one man play as charles darwin.
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... in "Beyond Paradise" , a one-man play on
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Kent. BR6 7LF Phone: Mobile: E-Mail: Christopher Robbie portrays Charles Darwin, the Victorian scientist famed for his theory of evolution by natural selection. This one-man play touches lightly on Darwin the scientist and then focuses in on Darwin the man. Likeable and deeply thoughtful, he did not set out to contradict the Bible or rock the establishment. Yet his theory of evolution by natural selection had tremendous impact in its day and is still a powerful tool today in the study of life, past and present, on this planet. ". . . perfectly encapsulates Darwin as a family man at Down House, Darwin as an experimenter and observer, and Darwin as a thinker and a writer." - John Thackray, Natural History Museum Achivist

34. Darvino (Charles Darwin)
Prezento de la sciencisto kiu eltrovis la teorion de evoluo per natura elekto.
Vidu la Vikipedion por la plej aktualigita versio de la artikolo. Enciklopedio Kalblanda scienco biologio geniuloj > Darvino
IK: Ligiloj Enciklopedio Lasta aktualigo: lundon la 28-an de januaro 2002 je 20.49 GMT Karlo DARVINO (1809-82) (angle, Charles Darwin ) estis angla sciencisto kiu eltrovis la teorion de evoluo per natura elekto. Gxi restas la cxefa teorio de biologio kaj skuis (kaj ankoraux skuas) la kristanan fidon de la Okcidento. Darvino mem perdis sian fidon kaj mortis kiel nekredanto (kaj kun 9 megadenaroj li estis de familio ricxa kiu fabrikis ceramikajn potojn por la burgxaro). En , havinte 22 jarojn, sxatanto de skaraboj sen direkto en vivo, Darvino vojagxis cxirkaux la Tero en la sxipo HMS Beagle , dum kvin jarojn. La sxipo esploris en detalo la bordon de Sudameriko por la brita mararmeo, kaj Darvino servis kiel la sciencisto de la vojagxo. Dum la vojagxo Darvino legis la novan verkon de Lyell pri la tero, kiu profunde influis lin, kaj studis la plantajxojn kaj bestojn de Sudameriko. Li miris kaj pensis pri la granda varieco de vivo, kiun li renkontis precipe en la insuloj de Galapago , kie cxiu insulo havis sian propran specon de testudo, fingo kaj marigvano.

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36. The Writings Of Charles Darwin On The Web
John van Whye's compilation of the writings of charles darwin in citable form with original page numbers Category Science Biology History darwin, charles Publications......The writings of charles darwin on the web by John van Wyhe, Ph.D. The only websitewhich provides the digitized writings of darwin in citable form with
The writings of Charles Darwin on the web
by John van Wyhe, Ph.D.
The only website which provides the digitized writings of Darwin in citable form with original page numbers and bibliographical details. Darwin's writings Darwin bibliography Secondary bibliography Darwin overview ... Images All texts Foundations of the Origin Origin of species 1st edn Origin 6th edn Voyage of the Beagle Descent of man Expression of the emotions Different forms of flowers Formation of vegetable mould Movements of climbing plants Variation of plants and animals Geological observations Effects of cross and self fertilisation Orchids Insectivorous plants Power of movement in plants Life and letters More letters Barnacles balanidae Barnacles lepadidae
powered by FreeFind A search tool for the entire site or individual works stored in multiple files is provided above. To search the page you are viewing push Ctrl f (control + f) and a find box will appear. To search an individual work select it from the drop-down list which currently reads "All texts". Origin of Species Origin purport to be the first edition yet contain the Historical Sketch, first found in Britain in the 3rd edition of 1861. Other historical texts on the internet contain many silent additions or omissions—footnotes are changed to endnotes or formatting altered without informing readers where this has been done. If scholars are to find digital texts more useful, it must be perfectly clear which historical text is represented and they must be citable in conventional ways. The texts provided here are an attempt to do so for the writings of Darwin. The site also provides many more digitized Darwin texts than are available anywhere else.

37. The Origin Of Species By Charles Darwin
On The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or The Preservation ofFavoured Races in the Struggle for Life First Edition by charles darwin.
The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,
The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life
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38. Darwin Awards
darwin Awards celebrate charles darwin's theory of evolution by commemorating the remains of those who improved our gene pool by removing themselves from it.
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39. - Great Books -
charles darwin (18091882), Adapted from Wikipedia The Great Books charlesdarwin This web page is part of a biographical database on Great Ideas.
Charles Darwin
Charles Robert Darwin (February 12, 1809 - April 19, 1882), British Naturalist. Charles Darwin developed the first theory of a naturalistic mechanism for evolution, that of natural selection, it explains the diversification of life through a lengthy process of change by adaptation. He was born in Shrewsbury, England, the fifth of six children of Robert and Susannah Darwin ( née Wedgwood), and the grandson of Erasmus Darwin , and of Josiah Wedgwood. After finishing school, Darwin studied medicine in Edinburgh in 1825. His dislike for dissection and the brutality of surgery at the time led him to leave the medical school in 1827. Whilst there, however, he was influenced by the Lamarckian
Based on these thoughts, he formulated his thoughts about the changes and developments of species in his Notebook on the Transmutation of Species , which was in accordance with Lyell 's Principles of Geology and Thomas Malthus' Essay on the Principle of Population , which stated that the size of a population is limited by the food resources available. In 1842, Darwin formulated a short "Pencil Sketch" of his theory and by 1844 had written a 240 page "Essay" which provides an expanded version of his early ideas on natural selection. Between 1844 and 1858, when he would prevent his theory to the Linnean Society of London, Darwin would modify his theory in a number of ways. Darwin married his cousin Emma Wedgwood in 1839. After living for a number of years in London, the couple eventually moved to Downe House, in Downe, Kent (which is now open to public visits, south of Orpington). Darwin and his wife had ten children, three of whom died early. Between 1839 and 1843, Darwin's

40. Colégio Charles Darwin
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