Editions for Essay on Classification: 0486435806 (Paperback published in 2004), (Kindle Edition published in 2016), 0530465752 (Paperback published in 20.
Agassiz found that his palaeontological analyses required a new ichthyological classification. The fossils he examined rarely showed any traces of the soft tissues of fish, but, instead, consisted chiefly of the teeth, scales, and fins, with the bones being perfectly preserved in comparatively few instances.
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The Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University, founded by Agassiz, is still a leading natural history museum. The 1869 French translation of Agassiz's Essay on classification includes a chapter, not found in earlier editions, that clearly explains Agassiz's reasons for resisting Darwinism.This chapter is available on the Web thanks to its translator, Paul J. Morris.
Essay on Classification ePub (Adobe DRM) can be read on any device that can open ePub (Adobe DRM) files. File Size: 1916 Kb. Language: ENG. Copy From Text: Disabled. Printing: Disabled. Other books by Louis Agassiz. The Structure of Animal Life - Six Lectures Delivered at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in January and February, 1862. Louis.
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