TABLE 1: PRINCIPAL ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS IN THIS (SECOND) EDITION.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 34. Second Edition Volume I., Page 35. Dr. Burt Wilder's observations on the brains of different breeds of the Dog.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 38. Second Edition Volume I., Page 40. Degeneracy of Dogs imported into Guinea.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 51. Second Edition Volume I., Page 54. Difference in the number of the lumbar vertebrae in the races or species of the Horse.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 102. Second Edition Volume I., Page 106. Hairy appendages to the throats of Goats.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 162. Second Edition Volume I., Page 170. Sexual differences in colour in the domestic Pigeon.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 217. Second Edition Volume I., Page 228. Movements like those of the Tumbler-pigeon, caused by injury to the brain.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 290. Second Edition Volume I., Page 306. Additional facts with respect to the Black-shouldered Peacock.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 296. Second Edition Volume I., Page 312. Ancient selection of Gold-fish in China.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 314. Second Edition Volume I., Page 332. Major Hallett's 'Pedigree Wheat.'

First Edition, Volume I., Page 326. Second Edition Volume I., Page 345. The common radish descended from Raphanus raphanistrum.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 374. Second Edition Volume I., Page 398. Several additional cases of bud-variation given.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 396. Second Edition Volume I., Page 420. An abstract of all the cases recently published of graft-hybrids in the potato, together with a general summary on graft-hybridisation.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 399. Second Edition Volume I., Page 429. An erroneous statement with respect to the pollen of the date-palm affecting the fruit of the Chamaerops omitted.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 400. Second Edition Volume I., Page 430. New cases of the direct action of pollen on the mother-plant.

First Edition, Volume I., Page 404. Second Edition Volume I., Page 435. Additional and remarkable instances of the action of the male parent on the future progeny of the female.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 14. Second Edition Volume I., Page 459. An erroneous statement corrected, with respect to the regrowth of supernumerary digits after amputation.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 23. Second Edition Volume I., Page 467. Additional facts with respect to the inherited effects of circumcision.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 23. Second Edition Volume I., Page 467. Dr. Brown-Sequard on the inherited effects of operations on the Guinea-pig.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 24. Second Edition Volume I., Page 469. Other cases of inherited mutilations.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 43. Second Edition Volume II., Page 17. An additional case of reversion due to a cross.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 72. Second Edition Volume II., Page 48. Inheritance as limited by sex.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 105. Second Edition Volume II., Page 83. Two varieties of maize which cannot be crossed.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 120. Second Edition Volume II., Page 99. Some additional facts on the advantages of cross-breeding in animals.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 123. Second Edition Volume II., Page 103. Discussion on the effects of close interbreeding in the case of man.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 135 to 141. Second Edition Volume II., Page 117 to 122. Additional cases of plants sterile with pollen from the same plant.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 149. Second Edition Volume II., Page 131. Mr. Sclater on the infertility of animals under confinement.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 152. Second Edition Volume II., Page 134. The Aperea a distinct species from the Guinea-pig.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 230. Second Edition Volume II., Page 215. Professor Jager on hawks killing light-coloured pigeons.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 273. Second Edition Volume II., Page 262. Professor Weismann on the effects of isolation in the development of species.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 281. Second Edition Volume II., Page 271. The direct action of the conditions of life in causing variation.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 317. Second Edition Volume II., Page 309. Mr. Romanes on rudimentary parts.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 324 to 328. Second Edition Volume II., Page 316 to 327. Some additional cases of correlated variability.

First Edition, Volume II., Page 339. Second Edition Volume II., Page 333. On Geoffroy St.-Hilaire's law of "soi pour soi."

First Edition, Volume II., Page 357 to 404. Second Edition Volume II., Page 349 to 399. The chapter on Pangenesis has been largely altered and re-modelled; but the essential principles remain the same.

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