Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1889. Hardcover. 24 x 16 cm. Octavo. 455 pages. Green cloth. Rubbing to the corners of the boards and the spine. Some discoloration to the spine. Previous owner's bookplate inside front cover. Front hinge is begining to crack. Some uncut pages. Spine somewhat cocked. Translated by Edward B. Poulton, Selmar Schönland, and Arthur E. Shipley. Part of the series: Translations of Foreign Biological Memoirs IV. German evolutionary biologist. Good+. Item #52626
Article titles included: "The Duration of Life, 1881", "On Heredity, 1883", "Life and Death, 1883", "The Continuity of the Germ-Plasm as the Foundation of a Theory of Heredity, 1885", "The Significance of Sexual Reproduction in the Theory of Natural Selection, 1886", "On the Number of Polar Bodies and Their Significance in Heredity, 1887", "On the Supposed Botanical Proofs off the Transmission of Acquired Characters, 1888", "The Supposed Transmission of Mutilations, 1888"