Definition of Bathmic

1. having directed evolution [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bathmic

bathing caps
bathing costume
bathing hut
bathing machine
bathing machines
bathing suit
bathing suits
bathing trunks
bathing tub
bathings
bathless
bathlike
bathmat
bathmats
bathmic (current term)
bathmism
bathmisms
bathmotropic
batho-
bathochromic
bathocuproine
bathoflore
batholite
batholith
batholithic
batholiths
batholitic
bathometer
bathometers

Literary usage of Bathmic

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1. The Principles of Heredity with Some Applications by George Archdall O'Brien Reid (1905)
"CHAPTER II THEORIES OF EVOLUTION The bathmic Theory—The Lamarckian Theory—The ... WE need not devote much space to the bathmic theory of evolution. ..."

2. The Grammar of Science by Karl Pearson (1900)
"bathmic Evolution Now the physical evolutionists take almost invariably as ... Such an evolution has been termed bathmic evolution) The real objection to ..."

3. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1894)
"of a class of bathmic or growth-energies. This is found in the phenomena of ... The bathmic theory of heredity bears about the same relation to a theory of ..."

4. Life and the Conditions of Survival: The Physical Basis of Ethics, Sociology by Brooklyn Ethical Association (1895)
"I have therefore assumed as a working hypothesis the existence of the bathmic energy, and will inquire how far the facts in our possession sustain it. ..."

5. The Primary Factors of Organic Evolution by Edward Drinker Cope (1904)
"I have therefore assumed as a working hypothesis the existence of the bathmic energy, and have inquired how far the facts in our possession sustain it. ..."

6. Half Hours with Modern Scientists (1871)
"... the highest — or extremest — in an evolutional sense, it is not masculine, but hermaphrodite ; in other words, its kinetic force exceeds its bathmic* It ..."

7. The Origin of the Fittest: Essays on Evolution by Edward Drinker Cope (1886)
"The transmission of the bathmic force of one generation to another would be ... I compared the transmission of bathmic force to that of the phenomenon of ..."

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