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evolutionary synthesisevolutionäre Synthese (ger.)

  • The theoretical and conceputal integration of different parts of biology, especially population biology, genetics and phylogenetics, into an evolutionary frameweork.  

    Comparative anatomy, entomology, natural history and ecology, classification, palaeontology, genetics and cytology, the study of behaviour – all these and many more are now meeting and illuminating each other in the new evolutionary synthesis

    Huxley, J. (1943). Darwinism to-day. Discovery 1943, 6-12; 38-41: 41.


    evolutionary synthesis

    Schmidt, K.P. (1945). [Rev. Hagen, V.W. von (1945). South America Called Them: Explorations of the Great Naturalists: La Condamine, Humboldt, Darwin, Spruce]. Copeia 1945, 179.


    The evolutionary synthesis brought about in our own time provides a wealth of material upon which the biographer of man may draw very rewardingly.

    Ashley Montagu, M.F. (1946). [Rev. Andrews, R.C. (1945). Meet Your Ancestors.] Ann. Amer. Acad. Pol. Soc. Sci. 246, 173.


    What I am sure of is that some such naturalistic and evolutionary synthesis as I have indicated is inevitable, and that the resultant view of human destiny is essentially true

    Huxley, J. (1950). New bottles for new wine: ideology and scientific knowledge. J. Roy. Anthoropol. Inst. Great Brit. Ireland 80, 7-23: 23.


    The Evolutionary Synthesis

    Mayr, E. & Provine, W.B. (eds.) (1980). The Evolutionary Synthesis.


    the evolutionary synthesis was primarily an American (to some extent, an Anglo-American) phenomenon

    Smocovitis, V.B. (1992). Unifying biology: the evolutionary synthesis and evolutionary biology. J. Hist. Biol. 25, 1-65: 40.