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It takes the form of a heavily footnoted bibliographic 34 HOW THE GENE GOT ITS GROOVE essay, summarizing an extensive range of examples of reproduction, generation, and regrowth from individual species of plants and animals, published in books and journals such as The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Annales des Sciences Nat. , Monthly Journal of Medical Science, and The American Naturalist. The examples are arranged to suggest similarities or series of fine gradations of differences across species and categorical lines, with subsections punctuated by such notes as “we may conclude that the several forms of budding, fissiparous generation, the repair of injuries, and development, are all essentially the results of one and the same power” (353) and “Sexual and asexual reproduction are thus seen not to differ essentially; and we have already shown that asexual reproduction, the power of re-growth and development are all parts of one and the same great law” (357).
In the two volumes, Darwin weaves overviews of others’ work and his own observations, all addressing questions of variation and transformation in domesticated species, leading finally to a provisional hypothesis of pangenesis. He begins the pangenesis chapter by announcing the rhetorical task for his hypothesis, namely, to synthesize large groups of facts: In the previous chapters large classes of facts, such as those bearing on budvariation, the various forms of inheritance, the causes and laws of variation, have been discussed; and it is obvious that these subjects, as well as the several modes of reproduction, stand in some sort of relation to one another.
Maude named the rasp. Think of it. What else could a rasp be but a rasp? Maude in her wisdom went right to the point, and called it rasp. . The tools came to Maude, tool by tool in a long respectful line, she gave them their names. The vise. The gimlet. The cold chisel. The reamer, the router, the gouge. The plumb bob. How could she have thought up the rough justice of these wonderful cognomens? Looking languidly at a pair of tin snips, and then deciding to call them tin snips—what a burst of glory!
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