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Jean-Baptiste P.A., French botanist, zoologist, and biologic philosopher, 1744-1829. See: lamarckian theory.
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indica to plants inconsistent with the protologues of Linnaeus and Lamarck. In many locations, both names were applied, by different botanists.
Gonadal growth and reproduction in the sea urchin Sphaerechinus granularis (Lamarck 1816) (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) in southern Spain.
Life history strategies of Coralliophila Lamarck (Gastropoda: Coral-liophilidae) on the southeast coast of Puerto Rico.
The occurrence, bionomics and potential impacts of the invasive freshwater snail Tarebia granifera (Lamarck, 1822) (Gastropoda: Thiaridae) in South Africa.
Distribution:This species was originally reported by Lamarck [16]; it is reported from Eocene of North America.
"In the early 1800s, before genes were found to carry heritable information, French naturalist Jean-Baptlste Lamarck argued that environmental influences can shape an animal and its descendants in specific ways.
Until now, contamination from OTs in Brazil has mainly been studied using imposex in several species of Neogastropods, such as Stramonita haemastoma (Linnaeus, 1758) [25-27], Thais rustica (Lamarck, 1822) [28], Thais deltoidea (Lamarck, 1822) [29], Leucozonia ocellata (Gmelin, 1791), Leucozonia nassa (Gmelin, 1791) (Costa et al., accepted manuscript), and Cymatium parthenopeum parthenopeum (von Salis, 1973) [30], of the order Caenogastropoda.
(Lamarck) 1: 723 (1785), invalidated later by Endlicher (1848) Q.
Pietro Corsi provides a broad and engaging historical sketch of the scientific, political, and religious world of Lamarck in Chapter 2; this was particularly interesting, and is one of two essays I describe in greater detail below.