Theory of pangenesis, Biology


To make up the weakness of inheritance Darwin in this theory assumed the existence of Pangenes (gem mules) as small units (representives) of each part of the body in the blood, come to gonads and get incorporated into the gamete and this way pass to the offsprings. But this theory became irrelevant.

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