Definition of Metageneses

1. metagenesis [n] - See also: metagenesis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Metageneses

metafictions
metafile
metafiles
metafilm
metafilms
metafunction
metafunctions
metagalactic
metagalaxies
metagalaxy
metagame
metagames
metagastric
metage
metagene
metageneses (current term)
metagenetic
metagenic
metagenome
metagenomes
metagenomic
metagenomically
metagenomics
metages
metagnathous
metagon
metagrabolised
metagrabolized
metagrammar

Literary usage of Metageneses

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1. Truth and Error: Or, The Science of Intellection by John Wesley Powell (1898)
"... accelerated in sudden metageneses. Everywhere and forever the states are ... and strains involved and the metageneses that appear through chemism. ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"metageneses. Sensations. Perceptions. Apprehensions, Inflections. It will be perceived that the first three of these columns of associations correspond to ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"The first may be called processes: (1) series ; (2) metamorphoses ; (3) energies or powers ; (4) metageneses ; (5) reflections. The second may, perhaps, ..."

4. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication by Charles Darwin (1892)
"In this manner we can understand the remarkable independence of structure in the successive metamorphoses, and especially in the successive metageneses of ..."

5. Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the Invertebrate Animals by Richard Owen (1855)
"The subsequent metamorphoses, or rather metageneses, of the larval medusa¬ę are equally extraordinary with those above described, which the observations of ..."

6. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1851)
"There is no particular objection to these names; but we naturally desire to know on what power the metageneses depend ..."

7. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1851)
"There is no particular objection to these names ; but we naturally desire to know on what power the metageneses depend. Professor Owen thought the key to ..."

8. Charles Darwin's Works by Charles Darwin (1896)
"In this manner we can understand the remarkable independence of structure in the successive metamorphoses, and especially in the successive metageneses of ..."

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