Neo-Darwinism

Definition of Neo-Darwinism

Ne`o-Dar´win`ism
n.1.The theory which holds natural selection, as explained by Darwin, to be the chief factor in the evolution of plants and animals, and denies the inheritance of acquired characters; - esp. opposed to Neo-Lamarckism. Weismannism is an example of extreme Neo-Darwinism.

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